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M&M Inflation Game Role Play

M&M Inflation Game Role Play

Purpose: To demonstrate the impact of inflation on prices, and Gresham's law. Length: 30-40 minutes (or longer, if vigorous conversation) Materials needed: 2-5 lb. Bag of M&M candies (or Skittles, etc.) Box of small ziplock baggies, putting five M&Ms in each bag, with five baggies for each student Printouts of “M&M Bucks,” five coupons for each student (attached below is a sheet with 6 on each page) plus the same number (as the whole class) more for “government.” 3 pages total.
teddlem
Economics: Lesson 76 - Privatisation and Nationalisation (+ resources)

Economics: Lesson 76 - Privatisation and Nationalisation (+ resources)

This presentation contains a whole lesson! Specifically this lesson is for teaching privitisation and nationalisation and the reasons for wanting to do either, with 2 great articles debating the topic with embedded follow up questions and suggested answers. It also comes with a starter, learning objectives, key words, some facts about Malaysia and the UK and a plenary. I have used the PowerPoint slides to structure the lesson, specifically slides to prompt/force myself to ask those key questions at the right moments, slides to explain key words with short and easy explanations, prompts for me the teacher when to use the different activities, games, handouts, articles etc... that make the lesson up as well. All the teaching presentations, include starters and plenaries, normally a quick discussion, but sometimes something else. Note: Feel free to visit my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
ajf43
A Level Exam Literacy Placemat

A Level Exam Literacy Placemat

A detailed framework for A-Level students to help to use the skills predominantly of analysis and evaluation. This guidance sheet includes link words for longer answer questions and a glossary of terms to help analyse and evaluate. Examples included are business and economics but can be easily changed.
Danielle_M
Food in Australia - Food Technology

Food in Australia - Food Technology

Look no further!!! This highly visual booklet of 34 pages is a resource that will have your students understanding and working on the topic of Food in (and from) Australia. Some of the topics covered include Bush Tucker, European influence on food, economic factors, historical summary of food in Australia, Influences on food selection, food habits and the evolution of Australian cuisine. To make sure that all the information that you are talking about is correct and to save you valuable time. I have included the answer booklet as well! In addition to all of the above, there is also a survey for students to take home and do with their families so they can include numeracy into this unit with data and graphing of results. This was done as an assessable task. Please don't think that this is just a Q+A type workbook. There is a range of visual opportunities for students to show understanding, cloze passage activites, online research, survey, links to online films to answer questions about. For those in NSW this unit is built around the Focus Area of Food in Australia and covers the outcomes: 5.3.2 justifies food choices by analysing the factors that influence eating habits 5.5.1 selects and employs appropriate techniques and equipment for a variety of food-specific purposes 5.5.2 plans, prepares, presents and evaluates food solutions for specific purposes 5.6.1 examines the relationship between food, technology, and society
BenjiAus
Central Bank

Central Bank

This resource explains the roles a Central bank plays in economy.
cojeh
A-Level - Economics - Micro - Price Discrimination Summary

A-Level - Economics - Micro - Price Discrimination Summary

This resource is a perfect revision source for students looking to secure their knowledge on the essential stuff in A-Level (or any other higher education) Economic Studies. Included in this resource: - Diagrams for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree Pricing in markets - Detailed Explanation of what occurs in each form of discrimination - The necessary conditions for Price Discrimination to occur - The arguments for and against Price Discrimination - Evaluation of the case for and against Price Discrimination - Easy to understand key word definitions Whether it be a student or teacher, having all the necessary information on a single sheet is perfect for revision material. * This resource is optimised for the AQA specification; however this resource is still extremely useful for other boards including OCR, Edexcel, WJEC, Eduqas and many more.
thestudenteconomistblog