Trouble getting your students to bear down and review a semester’s worth of AP Macroeconomics content? Here’s an idea: combine it with a board game they enjoy.
This is a set of 72 cards with review questions and problems on almost everything
These are 42 flashcards of important AP U.S. History content linked to Presidents. Although in order to engage students it is designed as a competitive game of identifying Presidents, it is NOT presidential trivia. The cards contain key laws,
Are your students not very politically engaged? Do they have simplistic or inaccurate notions about what the terms "liberal" and "conservative" mean in today's politics? This lesson is an effort to address that situation.
Students first classify
This is a one-page (front and back) review sheet over fiscal policy and monetary policy. It is probably best suited for an AP Macroeconomics course. It asks students to list and graph the relevant concepts and formulas: types of expansionary and
A few basic relationships show up repeatedly on AP Macroeconomics Free-Response Questions. Students must be able to graph and explain the effects of expansionary and contractionary fiscal and monetary policies, movements in interest rates, and
This is what students need to know about the Phillips Curve for the AP Macro exam -- no more, no less. It's a one-page explanation of the intuition behind the Phillips Curve, then a bullet-point box of eight things to remember, then six practice