Creating your Own Career: Economics Lessons for Secondary Teachers
Опубликовано на портале: 03-12-2003
Omaha, USA: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska, 2002, 72 с.
Now, with some 280 million people and mile after beautiful mile of land in the United States, are resources limited? Do you always get what you want? Neither do I. But this means that relative to our unlimited wants, resources are limited. When the ideas of unlimited wants and limited resources are used together, you will often see the word scarcity mentioned. Scarcity is a shorthand way of referring to the combination of unlimited wants and limited resources. So, in some books you see a basic definition of economics as the study of scarcity.
As we move forward and go through these lesson plans, remember the focus is on the entrepreneur in the context of economics. Also, remember the entrepreneur is the human resource in charge of organizing all the other resources in production. These lessons are designed to help you as a Nebraska teacher teach to and assess some of the standards for social studies, reading and writing, and mathematics. Each lesson will identify the standards addressed in that lesson by number. A grid is included in this curriculum that has the standards written out in full along with the lesson(s) that address each
- Lesson 1: NE Entrepreneur Success Stories
- Lesson 2: What are My Resources?
- Lesson 3: What's In It for Me?
- Lesson 4: In Your Own Backyard
- Lesson 5: Competition and Market Structure
- Lesson 6: Structure of Business
- Lesson 7: Ask Not What Your Government..
- Lesson 8: I'm in Business, What do I Charge?
- Lesson 9: Production and Cost
- Lesson 10: Hometown Heroes Glossary
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