How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics

How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics
How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics
How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics
How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics
How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics
How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics
How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics
How the Economy Works - Introduction to Macroeconomics / Economics
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A nice introduction lesson on teaching macroeconomics to GCSE Economic students. The lesson introduces vital economic key terms and basic theory. Below is a breakdown of the lesson objectives:

* All students will know the main measures of an economy
* Most students will have an idea of what the UK economy is currently like
* Some students will know how different factors can effect the UK economy

The lesson looks at the basics of the following macroeconomic concepts with definition, examples and valid video links:

* Inflation
* Unemployment
* Economic growth
* Gross domestic product (GDP)
* Balance of payments
* Exchange rates

The lesson concludes with a nice multiple choice quiz to test students on the lessons theory. Overall a good lesson that briefly looks at some the of most important topics in macroeconomics. This lesson is perfect for Economics.
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19 pages
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1 hour
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