Economics can be a very broad subject. Because of the vastness of economics itself and given the amount of time we have left in the school year, students will have the opportunity to pick an economic topic that interests them. They will be given plenty of time to work on this project in class and for part of the grade a 10-15 minute presentation will be required. They will be required to create a visual to support your topic and write an essay on the topic.
This is a two part project one part is a visual component such as a movie or power-point and the other part is a three page position paper. I typically give them three days to do the research and collaboration for the project and three days for the research paper. They then present their projects 10-15 minutes to each class.
Rubrics are provided for both assignments and there is a list of possible questions they can pick as their final project. It was designed in word and can be modified for your classroom.
⇒ Budgeting Powerpoint
⇒ Comparing Credit Card Offers Lesson
⇒ Personal Finance Bingo Cards
⇒ Stock Market Stations Lesson
⇒ Stock Market Lesson
⇒ Credit and Credit Score Lesson
⇒ Stock Market Project
⇒ Investing Quiz
⇒ Two day Banking Lesson
⇒ Budgeting quiz
⇒ Budgeting unit plan
⇒ Credit unit plan
⇒ Credit card reading
⇒ Budgeting Worksheet
⇒ Interactive Budgeting Websearch and Handout
⇒ Final Economics Project
⇒ Personal Finance Project
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