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History & Economic Impact of the Great Depression - Research & Presentation Project

History & Economic Impact of the Great Depression - Research & Presentation Project

This unit connects learning with technology to Social Studies. This is perfect for technology class or for use in a Social Studies or History classroom that wants to incorporate technology with a lesson. In this lesson, students create a presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint (or Google Slides) from their choice of a topic from a provided list related to the Great Depression after researching that topic. They use the research information along with graphics, pictures and backgrounds from the Internet to create a finished presentation that explains their topic, and add their own opinions and insights to the project. This is an excellent creative project to add to a unit on the Great Depression. The project was created for grades 7-8 but could easily be used with upper elementary or high school students. Files Included with this Lesson • Teacher & Student Notes and Resources • Research and Presentation Project (Microsoft PowerPoint) – Student Project Expectations and Grading Rubric

By innovationsintechnology

Understanding efficiency and specialisation

Understanding efficiency and specialisation

Economics Y6 lesson (also suitable for LKS3). Activity in which children package 'gems' in a factory, observing one another work as tables to see how efficiently they can package gemstones in set time. Children increase efficiency as they specialise and infer how factories work. Worksheet included. Suitable for MA/HA.

By fishybubbles

Relocating Residents: The Impact of Housing on Community - Lesson Plan & Film

Relocating Residents: The Impact of Housing on Community - Lesson Plan & Film

Students watch a short film, "Even the Walls" by Sarah Kuck and Saman Maydani, about the residents of a low-income housing development in Seattle, WA, as they prepare for relocation. In this lesson, students examine how the design of housing and neighborhoods can shape one’s experience of community. In classroom discussion, students consider the importance of community in decision-making about low-income housing and urban development. Reflective writing prompts are also included for students to demonstrate their understanding of the story. English and Spanish versions of the lesson plan are available for download.

By Global_Oneness_Project

Living With Less Water: Lesson Plan & Film

Living With Less Water: Lesson Plan & Film

Students watch the short film, "When a Town Runs Dry" by Joris Debeij, which examines the impact of the California drought on residents of Stratford, a small, Central Valley farming town. The Central Valley of California is the country’s most productive agricultural region and has been hard hit by the drought that has affected the western U.S. for the last 15 years. In this lesson, students explore environmental changes in their neighborhoods and towns and discuss the reverberating impacts of drought on human and natural resources. Reflective writing prompts are also included for students to demonstrate their understanding of the story. English and Spanish versions of the lesson plan are available for download.

By Global_Oneness_Project

American Money Digital Interactive Resource (Google Classroom / iPad / IWB)

American Money Digital Interactive Resource (Google Classroom / iPad / IWB)

DRAG AND DROP YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS with this quality INTERACTIVE DIGITAL RESOURCES designed to teach your students about UNITED STATES MONEY & COUNTING, ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, ROUNDING AND OTHER KEY MATHS CONCEPTS. GO PAPERLESS and make the most of all that technology in your classroom with this engaging EDITABLE resource that works across all digital devices shuch as iPad's, Chromebooks, Laptops and INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD RESOURCE Awesome money activities for primary school students including sorting mats, counting coins, coin identification, and coin value! There are 24 pre made templates of HOW MUCH CHANGE WILL I GET? and REPRESENT THIS AMOUNT TWO WAYS It also includes all Australian notes and coins as HIGH RESOLUTION CLIPART

By Innovativeteachingideas

Consumers and Producers ~ Economics for 1st and 2nd Grades

Consumers and Producers ~ Economics for 1st and 2nd Grades

Your students will have fun matching and sorting as they find out what the difference is between a consumer and a producer, and goods and services. We have included word wall cards, writing task cards and a research template to extend their learning. This 41 page unit includes the following: • Posters Producers, Services, Goods, Consumers • Sort People Who Provide Goods And People Who Provide Services – cards, mats and response sheet • Matching Producers With Goods They Produce – cards and response sheet • Matching People Who Work In The Community With Where They Work - cards and response sheet • An Interactive Book What Goods Will I Use Today? • Matching Goods With The Consumers - cards and a response sheet • Word Wall Cards • Writing Task Cards • Research Timeline Template

By PintSizeLearners

Supply & Demand - Explaining Changes in Equilibrium

Supply & Demand - Explaining Changes in Equilibrium

This worksheet allows students to practice their knowledge of:- - Non-price determinants of Supply and Demand and how these influence equilibrium price and quantity - Explaining how market forces lead to changes in equilibrium price and quantity It also allows students to practice their skill of:- - Using Economics terminology to explain changes in equilibrium price and quantity This resource contains a Powerpoint presentation which introduces students to the template of how to do the explanation. There is also a worksheet which can be given during class or for homework. Students are presented with a particular market (e.g. Pink T-Shirts in Japan) and then an event that leads to a change in Supply or Demand. Students will need to explain how the equilibrium price and quantity will change using the theory of market forces and shortages/surpluses. Teachers can add difficulty by teaching the signalling, incentive and rationing functions of price and how supply and demand leads to changes in the allocation of resources.

By timj229

Supply & Demand - Markets Worksheet B

Supply & Demand - Markets Worksheet B

Note: This is similar to 'Supply & Demand - Markets Worksheet'. This allows further practice for students using different examples. This worksheet allows students to practice their knowledge of:- - Supply & Demand - Market Equilibrium - Non-price determinants of Supply and Demand and how these influence equilibrium price and quantity Students are presented with a particular market (e.g. local bus travel) and then 5 events are given which will shift either Supply or Demand (or both). Students must identify the shift in Supply or Demand and then show how this influences equilibrium price and quantity. They should also identify the non-price determinant (Price of Substitute Goods, Tastes etc). Four market are given, each with 5 events, and an answer scheme. The worksheet allows for differentiation by getting students to then write their own questions - choose a market and then 5 events influencing supply and demand.

By timj229

Alexander Hamilton Establishes the US Economy

Alexander Hamilton Establishes the US Economy

In this lesson students will develop an understanding of the economic challenges facing the newly independent United States. Those challenges included the lack of a national currency, the national government’s inability to levy taxes, and the crushing war debt. Through analyzing primary sources students will learn how Alexander Hamilton, first secretary of the treasury, addressed these issues. LESSON OBJECTIVES Students will be able to *Discuss the economic challenges facing the early United States *Make inferences about the difficulties of running a country without a stable currency *Analyze Hamilton’s plans to solve economic problems in the United States Standards: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.5.2 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.5.3 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.5.10

By GilderLehrmanInstitute

News Analysis - Inflation

News Analysis - Inflation

News reports are a great way to relate curriculum topics with the real world. dineshbakshi.com has developed a series of resources for various Economics topics through which teachers can create a debate and discussion in the classroom and inculcate analytical and evaluation skills among students. Use them in your classroom to revise economic topics with your students.

By dineshbakshi756

Global systems and global governance - New A level geography summary revision sheet templates

Global systems and global governance - New A level geography summary revision sheet templates

Blank revision templates focused on Global systems and global governance AS and A-level Geography content. 30 summary sheets included - provide allocated space to make notes on key processes, equations, important keywords and definitions as well as relevant diagrams to aid learning and understanding. Case studies included. The text boxes on each sheet are specific to the level of content required for each area and are laid out in a way to ensure revision is organized and clear to read. Key sub-headings provide guidance for relevant information required for the topic, however, are flexible to allow students to adapt writing styles to suit their preference, either bullet pointing information inside the boxes or writing in continuous prose. This document covers the content required for AQA Geography (7037) for the first examination in 2018. Revision sheets may be applicable to other examination boards including Pearson Edexcel, WJEC, CCEA and OCR also to the subject of economics and any GCSE related content.

By ebrook_

Unit 6 iGCSE: External Influences

Unit 6 iGCSE: External Influences

Diagrams to help students visually organise their notes on Unit 6: External Influences on Business Activity. It follows the iGCSE syllabus but would topics would be suitable for other exam boards. The topics include: 1. Government Objectives and Policies 2. Environmental and ethical issues 3. Business and the international economy Could be used as a revision activity, or as a starter/ plenary depending on teacher preference.

By igcsebusteacher88