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Economics, Business Lesson Plans

Business & Economics Subject Matter

 

  1. Economic Systems - The chapter explains how consumers can make rational choices regarding their disposable and discretionary income by basing their decisions on opportunity costs.
  2. Economics of Competition - Students will learn what impacts the prices we pay for goods and services.
  3. Europe's petroleum problems- Determine the best solution for the petroleum problem in Europe.
  4. Introducing Classroom Economy - Students will learn the definition of economics and briefly study how current and historic societies have had economic systems.
  5. New England's Economy - Students will be able to identify the key components of New England's economy during the colonial time period.
  6. Pricing Analysis - To guide students' thinking in determining the price of their products. That students will gain an understanding of what a profit is and how to make a profit rather than loose money.
  7. Progressive Reform Era - Students understand how economic factors have influenced historical events.
  8. Scope and Importance of Retailing - Students will learn the importance of retail business. And how they can apply this in the future.
  9. Taking stock of the market- Determine the overall performance of the stock market during their lifetime and make predictions about future performance.
  10. The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain -
  11. U.S. Debt reduced- Students will explain what is meant by national surplus and national debt. Students will discuss the ways in which the national surplus can be used, and how those choices can impact different groups of people.
  12. U.S. Debt reduced- Students will explain what is meant by national surplus and national Debt Students will discuss the ways in which the national surplus can be used, and how those choices can impact different groups of people.

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