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What externalities are and how they affect the economy?

What externalities are and how they affect the economy?

39 Slides - Q&A - thought provoking. Externalities - definition. Positive externalities Are there any positive externalities derived from beekeeping? What are the positive externalities associated with planting an attractive garden in front of a house? What are the positive externalities associated with more and more people buying a mobile phone? What are the positive externalities associated with education? How could you measure the positive externalities of education? Negative externalities Why do fishermen fish? How could you measure the negative externalities of fishing? What are the negative externalities associated with smoking?
tulamiah
The Business Cycle

The Business Cycle

The ECONOMIC stages that the UK goes through is referred to as the Business Cycle. Stages of the Business Cycle with Multiple-Choice Questions.
tulamiah
Why study economics?

Why study economics?

This is a introductory lesson - you can edit it as you wish. Why study economics? What is the economic problem? What skills do you need? What careers can you get? It has a 500 word essay on the economic problem to get students econ brains sizzling!
tulamiah
Methods of Production Starters - Job, Batch & Flow Production

Methods of Production Starters - Job, Batch & Flow Production

Starter sheets for Job, Batch and Mass/Flow Production Each sheet is tiered in question to start with Knowledge, Application, Analysis and Evaluation question. Great differentiation for all students whilst enabling them all to access the highest levels at the same time.
halofire
Economics - Aggregate Demand Notes

Economics - Aggregate Demand Notes

This resource can be used for GCSE or A-Level students studying economics. Included is the components that make up aggregate demand and is each explained in a way in which students can revise from. This can be used as notes which can be used alongside a lesson on aggregate demand. On my page is a powerpoint which contains the content of aggregate demand.
dkchauhan
How Marketers Use Christmas to Make you Buy More - Reading Guide

How Marketers Use Christmas to Make you Buy More - Reading Guide

Have students read about how marketers attempt to get us to buy more during the holidays. This is a 2 page article that has a 3 page reading guide to accompany it. " The holiday season means something different for marketers than it does for everyone else. It still represents love, generosity and sentimental sharing. But there is an emphasis on understanding how these festive feelings translate to consumer buying decisions. " This resource usually takes about about 20-30 minutes to complete and share with the class. The guide comes in 3 formats (Fillable word form, Word document and PDF). The 2 page article is both embedded in the reading guides and included in PDF format as well. It is a nice read and includes some pictures as well. Setup for easy of use for the teacher. Share the fillable Word form with students so they can research, type their answers directly into the word form and print or send their work to the teacher quickly. Otherwise, print the PDF so they hand write their work. Finally, the Word files allow you to personalize the research documents quickly to meet specific needs. **************Please Click Follow to get Updates on New Product Postings*********** I'm also grateful for feedback!
Busybugsy
The Great Depression -- Primary Source Readings -- U.S. and World History

The Great Depression -- Primary Source Readings -- U.S. and World History

This is a compilation of key primary source readings for understanding the Great Depression of the 1930s and the New Deal in a U.S. History class. The packet includes the following primary source readings: 1. David Ricardo and the Theory of Competitive Advantage: From On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (1817) 2. The Smoot-Hawley Tariff: Sen. Reed Smoot, Sen. John William "Elmer" Thomas 3. Economics of the Great Depression: John Maynard Keynes, Frederic Bastiat 4. A Study in Fascism: John T. Flynn's As We Go Marching (1944) 5. The Evolution of the Supreme Court During the New Deal: Schechter v. US (1935), Wickard v. Filburn (1942) 6. Roosevelt's Fireside Chat on the Economy (1938) Also contains: Research paper on the Great Depression with instructions, links and rubric Unit vocabulary list and two practice worksheets Note: These readings along with more than 90 others are included in my book Primary Source American History, along with three mock trials, two mock congresses and several dozen projects review worksheets. If you like this (or the free readings on my store), consider getting the complete set.
teddlem
Industrial Revolution -- Primary Source Readings -- World History

Industrial Revolution -- Primary Source Readings -- World History

This is a series of primary source readings on the industrial revolution for a World History course at the high school or university survey course level. The four primary source readings include 4-15 questions at the end of each reading that combine reading comprehension, links to current government issues and Document-Based-Questions (marked with a "►"). Contents include: 1. Adam Smith from The Wealth of Nations on the division of labor (1776) 2. Sadler Report on Child Labor excerpts (1832) 3. Parliamentary debate on the Sadler bill (1832) 4. David Ricardo on the Theory of Competitive Advantage (1817) 5. Short project/paper on source documentation 6. Unit vocabulary and concept list with a practice test worksheet The readings can be used for in-class lessons, sub-plans or homework assignments. They're ideal for a World History AP course, though I use them for my standard-level students as well.
teddlem