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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
Debates for Government Intervention in IB Economics

Debates for Government Intervention in IB Economics

This lesson is for IB Economics for the government intervention section in microeconomics. Make groups of four or six. Each group will choose a different topic from the list. Then within each group the students will break off into pairs, if it is a group of four, and the pair will prepare for the debate as either pro or con on the issue. Give the students about three class days, or about a week outside of class to prepare. Then have them debate in front of the class. You can change the topics to reflect any current trends in your city or country. This debate activity helps the students see the relevance of the topic and it gives the students several examples they can use for examples on their class tests and for the IB exam.
SamHouston
How to Succeed In Business: Teaching Economics in Elementary and Middle School

How to Succeed In Business: Teaching Economics in Elementary and Middle School

$$$$$$$How to Succeed in Business$$$$$$$ This project is based on a successful school business: “Chapman’s Chips,” a six-week mini-course for gifted students, grades 4-6. Goals 1. Students involved in running a business providing a product or service for half an hour each day will be responsible for their specific jobs and will work together to make their business a success. Each student will be responsible for performing the job they chose and helping support other students who may have difficulty. 2. Students will have the opportunity to share their experience after working in groups or individually, varying the method of sharing, as well as keep a written, artistic, or recorded summary of their experience each day. Students’ reflections will be part of their portfolio, along with their job and job description, and any other artifacts they have.
Geoyce411
Economics Videos: Discussion & Debate Activities

Economics Videos: Discussion & Debate Activities

You can use the resources in this product in multiple ways. There are 16 short videos/video clips which can be used as warm-ups or supplements to a lecture. All videos take a position on different Economic topics and are great springboards to class discussion. I have also included 7 worksheets/activities that can be used during discussion or debate of these topics. Video topics include: -Free Trade -Free Enterprise -Progressive Tax v. Flat Tax -Government Regulation -Capitalism v. Socialism -Inflation AND MORE!!
learningisapassion
Developed and Less Developed Countries + Poverty alleviation

Developed and Less Developed Countries + Poverty alleviation

Whole Lesson: A whole lesson and this is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Economic syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. Parents can also use to help their children to improve on their performance. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: • describe why some countries are classified as developed and others are not • describe the difference between absolute and relative poverty • recognise and discuss policies to alleviate poverty
daniaewodage
Indirct taxes and Subsidies - Economics

Indirct taxes and Subsidies - Economics

I have created this resource to be used in AS Economics. It is something the students can fill in. It is used by referring to the the Edexcel specification. Hope you find it useful.
spain101