Economics QR Code Scavenger Hunt Bundle

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    Looking for a new way to incorporate technology and movement in your classroom? The entire selection of my QR code scavenger hunts (8 in all) is included in this product. These assignments are a fun way to reinforce or review content in your Economics course. Teachers print QR codes and post them around the school or the classroom. Students then work individually or in groups to scan the codes with their smartphones or tablets and complete the assignment. These QR codes come up as plain text, so there is no need for an internet connection. This packet provides QR codes for 157 different questions and gives tips on how best to implement this activity in your classroom.

    This bundle saves you 22% more than if you bought each of these products separately!

    These activities can be used:

    • As a way to reinforce content taught during a lesson

    • As a review after teaching a lesson

    • As a starting activity to help students access their prior knowledge

    • As a fun way to review before a test or quiz

    • To engage students who are tactile or kinesthetic learners

    Concepts Covered:

    Intro to Economics Hunt

    • Decisions

    • Wants vs. needs

    • Goods and services

    • Scarcity

    • Trade-offs

    • Entrepreneurship

    • Consumers

    • Specialization

    • Microeconomics and macroeconomics

    • Demand

    • Types of businesses

    • Unemployment

    • Federal Reserve

    • Government services

    • International trade

    • Exchange rates

    • Spending, saving, and investing

    • Loans

    Factors of Production Hunt

    • Land

    • Labor

    • Capital

    • Entrepreneurship

    • Human capital

    • Examples of factors of production

    Types of Economic Systems Hunt

    • Market economy

    • Command economy

    • Mixed economy

    • Traditional economy

    • Various aspects of the types of economic systems including the role of producers, consumers, and the government

    Types of Unemployment Hunt

    • Unemployment

    • Labor force

    • Discouraged worker

    • Unemployment rate

    • Underemployed

    • Frictional unemployment (definition and example)

    • Structural unemployment (definition and example)

    • Cyclical unemployment (definition and example)

    • Seasonal unemployment (definition and example)

    Market Structures Hunt

    • Monopoly

    • Oligopoly

    • Monopolistic Competition

    • Perfect Competition

    • Various aspects of the market structures including competition, price, and barriers to entry

    Types of Trade Barriers Hunt

    • Import Quota

    • Voluntary Export Restriction

    • Tariff

    • Embargo

    • Subsidy

    • Protectionism

    • Effects of Trade Barriers

    Federal Reserve Hunt

    • Purpose of Federal Reserve

    • Jobs of Federal Reserve

    • Board of Governors

    • Federal Open Market Committee

    • Monetary Policy (discount rate, reserve requirement, open market operations)

    GDP Hunt

    • Definition of GDP
    • What is and is not included in calculation of GDP
    • Net exports
    • GDP equation
    • Real GDP
    • Negative externality

    Documents Included with Each QR Code Product

    • Teacher instructions and implementation tips

    • Teacher summary with questions, QR codes, and answers

    • Full-page, half-page, and small printable QR codes for posting on walls, etc.

    • Student worksheet with place for teachers or students to enter location clues (optional)

    • Optional PowerPoint to display questions on the board for discussion after the activity

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