This handout series is a continuation of Economics Demand Introduction. It is presented as Economics as its own language (due to the precise nature of language usage in Economics). Demand Lesson 2 includes graphic handouts for drawing more demand schedules and curves and shifts in demand. It supplies graphs for students to illustrate examples for each of the determinants that can shift demand, using college tuition as the good. Also included: the substitution effect, the income effect, and more practice scenarios identifying shifts in demand vs. changes in quantity demanded. Key included. The handouts are put in logical order but can be juggled according to your teaching week or day. This series is continued with Lesson 3, Supply, to be uploaded soon. This series was developed for use in standard and honors Economics courses for seniors.