This economics video series provides self-paced lessons for students. These lessons include one or more instructional videos, notes that the student must fill in while watching the video, and relevant review material. The videos are similar to narrated PowerPoints. Each video is not scripted, but taught as if the students are sitting in a classroom listening to a teacher. Each video is no more than approximately five minutes, which provides convenient stopping points for more effective retention.
These videos and guided notes can be used:
•To remediate a student who is having trouble with a certain concept
•To teach a concept to a student who was absent
•To teach a student on hospital homebound
•To teach a student who has been given in-school suspension
•To use as a review with students before a large cumulative test
•To review a concept at the beginning or end of a class or unit
•As a quick lesson for a substitute teacher to play using a projector, SMART Board, or Promethean Board
•As lecture notes by the teacher
• Production Possibilities Curve
• Production Possibilities Frontier
• Parts of the Production Possibilities Graph
• Reading a Production Possibilities Curve
• Growth and Loss/Moving the Production Possibilities Curve
• Moving Only One End of the Production Possibilities Curve
• Teacher Instructions
• Production Possibilities Guided Notes
• Production Possibilities Notes Answer Key
• Production Possibilities Practice Worksheet
• Production Possibilities Practice Worksheet Answer Key
• “Production Possibilities”
• “Parts of a PPC”
• “Reading a PPC”
• “Changes to the PPC”
• “Moving One End of the PPC”
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*All written material has been proofed for content accuracy by an Economics professor from Piedmont College.
**Videos are mp4 files, which typically both Mac and PC users can play.