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A simply worksheet to help student understand shifts in the supply and demand curves Economics Unit 1 Bundle Available Here
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Introducing supply and demand? Have students follow along with this easy to use worksheet! Students will read and analyze supply and demand schedules to determine how to create an economic model. The worksheet begins with diagraming supply and
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A simple, straightforward economics exam which test students content knowledge, ability to read models, and incorporate terms which they have learned. This test is both bases on content standards and philosophical issues facing our society today.
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A great first lesson for any economics class or unit! This teacher centered lesson covers scarcity, choice, opportunity cost and resources. Students will practice note taking with a graphic organizer, answer questions and solve a riddle!
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This intro worksheet is a great tool to get students thinking in economic terms! Based on a movie everyone loves, this worksheet addresses the ideas of scarcity, opportunity cost, resources, choice, implicit and explicit cost, through the story of
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In this PBL or culminating project, students will research and discuss prominent election topics. Often, student’s political opinions are formed by those around them, parents and friends primarily. The aim of this lesson is to help student engage in
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Are low oil prices good? Are high oil prices bad? Who wins in each situation? Students will answer these questions in this intro DBQ. Includes: - One document (4 pages) - How to DBQ guide for students - Rubric Pairs well with Economics Unit
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Student will analyze the terms credit and debit cards. I like to use this web quest to continue a discussion of credit and debit cards. Students research terms and actual recommended student cards to determine their opinion of credit and debit
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Looking for a way to educate and inform your students about credit and debit cards? Look no further! Students create a blog graphic (similar to an infographic, but simpler) about the meaning, uses and dangers of using credit and debit cards.
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Exam References: - Roots of the Declaration - Declaration of Independence - Types of Government - Bill of Rights Exam Includes: - Close Reading - Analysis - Synthesis - Critical Thinking - Application
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Gamification is a great way to address classroom management! It takes the management part complete out, especially if students are interested and invested in the game! In this Pokemon Gamification Bundle, you decide what positive behaviors, actions
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An DBQ to the intro of economics - I like to use this at the end of my first unit, both for scaffolding on economic terms and to help students learn to write a DBQ. Covers (specifically): - Supply and Demand (plus shifts) - Federal Reserve -
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Early civilization is usually a begin of the year unit, and this lesson helps students to get to know each other and for you to learn about them! I use this interactive powerpoint to explain social stratification. Images, terms and definition pairs
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I use this exam to assess two skills in my, typically, 10th grade students: writing and content knowledge. The questions are broad enough that students can choose multiple correct answers to discuss, but are also given the space to formulate their
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Fun Friday! Engage students with this interactive PowerPoint on the Federal Bureaucracy! The lesson begins with a Do Now, reviews Sunshine and Sunset legislation/provisions and defines the federal bureaucracy with a diagram. Then comes the fun
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Practice DBQ skills, analyze and synthesize, and host a gallery walk all in this lesson! Students will learn about the value of economic indicators through close reading and a gallery walk. The PowerPoint includes a Do Now, a mini lecture for the
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Looking for a student centered way to introduce game theory? Look no further! In this lesson, students will work in teams or individually to close read sources & analyze models and images in order to understand game theory, zero sum game,
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Looking to introduce supply and demand? Look no further! 3 Day of Lessons! This PowerPoint Bundle includes: - Worksheet - An introduction with teacher model and student presentations diagraming models - Situtation pairs so students can analyze the
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Get students up and moving while learning and discussing about the role of the President in our country! The first lesson explains the roles of the President using the "hats" explanation. Print the hats and have students hold them up for an
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Interactive explanation of the tax systems! Pass out student amount randomly as they walk in. Go through the slide show and discuss. Then model how the proportional tax system works! Students then do it with their amounts on their graphic
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

+7 years working with Elementary and Middle School students for both school and summer education . Collaboration with local education programs funded and promoted by the City of Albuquerque . Collaboration with local film company to script and develop a curriculum for educational films . +2 year teaching High School . Certified AP Government . Attended multiple/yearly literacy, critical thinking, National Social Studies Council and Bill of Rights Professional Developments Curriculum Writer for economics

MY TEACHING STYLE

My style of teaching is certainly unique. I find that I work best, as an educator, and represent my content to the fullest when I have students engage in PBLs, simulations and discussions. I prefer to combine hands on, experiential - or as close to as possible - learning with discussion and reflection. As a high school teacher, I have seen my students grow the most when they are able to try something and then talk through it. I also use many primary and secondary sources to engage my students, particularly so they can read the evidence and form their own opinion, which can be discussed. Some of my preferred teaching strategies include: Simulations, Socratic Seminars, Activities, Film Analysis, Tea Parties and Learning Centers/ Stations

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