Microeconomics Course Activity Bundle (ACTIVITIES ONLY)

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    IT'S FINALLY HERE!

    Every single activity that you need to teach an entire Microeconomics course offered in a single bundle! There's nothing better out there. We guarantee it!

    Are you looking to add state of the art, engaging, and impactful activities and PowerPoints to your classroom arsenal, but don't have the time to create it all? Do you want to convert your class into a "21st century" learning environment? This ONE OF A KIND bundle can revolutionize your classroom and flip the way your students learn economics, and it's only a click away!

    This incredible "Microeconomics Course Activity Bundle" includes:

    1) All 47 multi-dimensional activities that we include in our 7 Unit Activity Bundles:

    Introduction to Economics Unit Activity Bundle

    Supply and Demand Unit Activity Bundle

    Theory of Consumer Choice Unit Activity Bundle

    Perfectly Competitive Firms Unit Activity Bundle

    Imperfectly Competitive Firms Unit Activity Bundle

    Factor Markets Unit Activity Bundle

    Market Failures and Government's Role Unit Activity Bundle

    These activities will challenge your students to not only understand the material, but read and draw conclusions from economic data and graphs. By the time your students have completed these activities, they will have a great foundation from which they can scaffold learning through micro and macroeconomics!

    This bundle is ideal for either the Advanced Placement or regular economics classroom! We've used our decades worth of economics experience and the same tools we've used to achieve a 93% AP EXAM PASS RATE to design activities to help your students succeed. Our activities touch multiple learning styles and traverse a wide range of challenge levels by asking students to:

    * Define basic economic terms

    * Make predictions

    * Analyze economic data and draw conclusions

    * Label graphs

    * Draw graphs

    * Apply what they've learned to real-life examples

    This bundle covers the following topics in the field of Microeconomics:

    --Introduction to Economics--

    * Scarcity

    * Trade-offs and Opportunity Cost

    * Marginal Analysis and Decision-making

    * Economic Participants and Interactions

    * Free-Market, Centrally-Planned, and Mixed Economic Systems

    * Production Possibilities

    * Production Possibilities Curves

    * Shifting PPCs

    * The Benefits of Trade

    * Comparative and Absolute Advantage

    * The Circular Flow Model

    * Voluntary Exchange

    --Supply and Demand--

    * Market Demand

    * Market Supply

    * Market Equilibrium and Disequilibrium

    * Market Surplus and Market Shortage

    * Changes in Supply and Demand

    * Government Intervention in the Market

    * Price Controls, Quotas, and Subsidies

    * Excise Taxes and Tax Incidence

    * Consumer Surplus, Producer Surplus, and Deadweight Loss

    * The Price Elasticity of Supply and Demand

    * Calculating the Price Elasticity Coefficient

    * The Total Revenue Test

    --The Theory of Consumer Choice--

    * Marginal Utility

    * The Law of Diminishing Utility

    * Marginal Utility per Dollar

    * Utility Maximization with Limited Income

    * Cross-Price Elasticity

    * Substitute Good and Complementary Goods

    * Income Elasticity

    * Normal Good and Inferior Goods

    --Perfectly Competitive Firms--

    * Marginal Product

    * Diminishing Marginal Returns

    * The Relationship between MC and MP

    * Production Costs for Firms

    * Calculating FC, VC, TC, MC, AFC, AVC, and AFC for Firms

    * Graphing the FC, VC, TC, MC, AFC, AVC, and AFC curves for Firms

    * Profit Maximization and the Profit Maximization Point

    * The Long-Run Average Total Cost Curve

    * Economies of Scale and Diseconomies of Scale

    * The Characteristics of Perfectly Competitive Firms

    * Perfect Competitors as "Price Takers"

    * Graphing Perfect Competitors

    * Side-by-Side Graphs of Competitive Industries and Firms

    * Economic Profits, Losses, and Normal Profit for Competitive Firms

    * Graphing Perfect Competitors in the Long-Run

    --Imperfectly Competitive Firms--

    * The Characteristics of Imperfectly Competitive Firms

    * Imperfect Competitors as "Price Makers"

    * Graphing Imperfect Competitors

    * Economic Profits, Losses, and Normal Profit for Imperfect Competitors

    * Graphing Imperfect Competitors in the Long-Run

    * Monopolies

    * Monopolistic Inefficiencies

    * Graphing CS, PS, and DWL for Monopolies

    * Fair Return and Socially Optimal Regulation of Monopolies

    * Price Discrimination

    * Monopolistically Competitive Firms

    * Monopolistic Competitors in the Long-Run

    * Oligopolies

    * Price Leadership

    * Collusion and Cartels

    * Game Theory

    --Factor Markets--

    * Resource Supply and Demand

    * Derived Demand

    * Marginal Revenue Product (MRP)

    * Marginal Resource Cost (MRC)

    * The Hiring of Workers

    * Perfectly Competitive Labor Markets

    * Firms that Hire in Perfectly Competitive Labor Markets

    * Factor Pricing in the Markets for Land and Capital

    * Monopsonies

    --Market Failures and Government's Role--

    * Public vs. Private Goods

    * The Free Rider Problem

    * The Market for Public Goods

    * Marginal Social Benefit and Marginal Social Cost

    * Positive and Negative Externalities

    * The Market for Pollution Permits

    * The Coase Theorem

    * The Socially Optimal Level of Pollution Cleanup

    * The Poverty Rate

    * The Causes and Effects of Poverty

    * The Lorenz Curve

    * Income Distribution and Income Inequality

    * Progressive, Proportional, and Regressive Income Taxes

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    Flip your classroom and the way your students learn economics TODAY!

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    Teaching Duration
    1 Semester
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