This economics match game is designed to allow your students understand the idea of flow on effect. You cut out the pictures than ask your students to finish the story and apply the correct flow on graph. This is made for students who are first learning economics.
Demand and flow-on effects group exercise
1. Print out, laminate and cut up cards (number to suit amount of groups).
2. There are 28 cards in total and students are to arrange them into four groups of seven, using the following structure – could be written on whiteboard.
3. Once they are finished, the teacher and students can discuss why they have chosen each flow-on effect in each category. Suggested answers are below. NB excellence usually comes from having two flow-on effects at merit level.