• These assignments can be used in an economics course to introduce, reinforce, or review concepts that will be or have been taught. Each bell ringer includes one or more thought-provoking questions about important economic concepts. PowerPoint slides of each bell ringer are included so that you may display them using a projector or interactive board. A teacher summary of all bell ringers is also given.
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These activities can be used:
• As a way to help students focus and prepare for learning at the beginning of class
• As a starting activity to help students access their prior knowledge
• As discussion starters to engage students
• As end of class reviews to reinforce material covered
• As exit tickets
• As a daily review leading up to a standardized test or final exam
• To get ideas for discussion questions, free writes, and writing prompts
• Teacher instructions
• Teacher summary of activities
• PowerPoint slides of activities
• Definition of microeconomics
• Sole proprietorship
• Start-up costs
• Market structures
• Barriers to entry
• Monopolistic competition
• Economies of scale
• Antitrust laws
• Black market
• Elastic demand
• Durable and nondurable goods
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