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Introduction to Supply and Demand Presentation

Introduction to Supply and Demand Presentation

Presentation with brief introduction to supply and demand, and differentiated consolidating activities. Accessible as Google Slides presentation (make a copy and add to your own drive) via link below: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eBCnI2g9Q7jRIX3W-NampLGG7Hs5Tksm8wTFML-Wv0w/edit?usp=sharing

By mswebbau

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

Australian 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 AUSTRALIAN 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

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

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE ORANGE ORCHARD - RIVERLAND SOUTH AUSTRALIA

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE ORANGE ORCHARD - RIVERLAND SOUTH AUSTRALIA

At first glance this may seem like a strange title. Perhaps it is. However if your are looking for a ready made unit of work this unit meets that need. It starts really with a pile of discarded irrigation material and allows the farmer to explain why he had to remove the orchard. Students, particularly those not familiar with farming communities and the problems faced by farmers will probably not have an awareness of the issue raised. Listen to the farmer. Lament with him the loss of his high quality oranges and share his sense of loss as he bulldozed his trees. Recognise the links between production, marketing and supermarket. Maybe discuss programmes that focus on supporting rural producers.The title may be a bit strange but the realities are ever present. This unit also supports Agriculture - land based studies under the Vocational studies listings.

By KPolkinghorne

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

School Gear:  Learning the 3 Economic Questions & Factors of Production

School Gear: Learning the 3 Economic Questions & Factors of Production

School Gear is a fun and engaging lesson for enjoying the basic concepts of Economics! While understanding economic decisions that need to be made, students will form groups and design school gear as if they were going to produce and sell it. Groups are instructed to answer 12 questions as they imagine and create their school gear. Students are also responsible for a visual representation of their gear along with a written description of their products. Major Questions Include: - What will we produce? - How will we produce it? - Who will get the goods produced? - Additional questions regarding what land, labor, & capital will be needed. - 9 other questions regarding their school gear production ideas.

By misterharms

Stock exchange

Stock exchange

This resource focuses on the role of a stock exchange, how a stock exchange works and the various speculations that occurs in the stock market. It is recommended for both teachers and students. It includes the lesson objectives and also summary questions.

By cynthiaoj

Economics: Trade and Economic Integration Bundle (7 Lessons)

Economics: Trade and Economic Integration Bundle (7 Lessons)

1. Trade Game 2. International Trade (Positive Aspects) 3. International Trade (Negative Aspects) 4. Trade Barriers 5. Non Trade Barriers 6. Economic Integration 7. Balance of Payments All resources are full lessons, with starters, learning objectives, key words, excellent teaching slides, key questions, activities, and plenaries. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43

A Level Economics: Unit 4 Summary!

A Level Economics: Unit 4 Summary!

This a 28 page summary of unit 4 economics for a-level students. This is the best one you'll find by far because it is created by a student! Included is graphs with word for word explanations and loads of examples! with this, it is a guaranteed A grade! The topics included; Globalisation Patterns of trade Comparative advantage Free trade Protectionism The WTO Monetary union The balance of payments Fixing a deficit Exchange rates International competitiveness Capitalism Poverty and inequality Curves Limits to growth and development Development theories And much more! Don't miss out!

By jahed1712