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Tutorial on Supply for students.

In this lesson plan, students will learn to Identify the tools of fiscal and monetary policy; Explain how economic... see more

Students look at definitions for the three categories of federal spending and using the internet locate examples of each.... see more

This lesson introduces regulation and information as two tools used by government to promote fair competition and... see more

In this lesson, students will examine different methods for allocating resources, taking note of the cost and benefits... see more

In this lesson plan, students learn about the differences between Keynes' and Hayek's economic philosophies and are able... see more

In this lesson students learn about supply and demand and how changes in supply affect price and quantity of goods... see more

These one- and two-page outlines cover much of the material covered in traditional college courses in Introductory... see more

This is one of the free lessons from AmosWeb that demonstrate how their courses work. Market demand contains information... see more

These one- and two-page outlines cover much of the material covered in traditional college courses in Introductory... see more

Students learn about the money supply and that it can affect the value of money. Students investigate this in the 1896... see more

This is an interactive tutorial on Net Present Value and Irregular Rate of Return. Students are provided information and... see more

This is a link to a 126 page document designed in the U.K. It is a a guide to a new approach to revitalising local... see more

In this lesson, students gain an understanding of price elasticity of demand and why different goods have different... see more

This exercise helps students learn why school vouchers are controversial from an economic, societal, and constitutional... see more

In this lesson plan, students will learn how to: Define CPI (Consumer Price Index) and describe how it measures... see more

In this lesson, students will learn about the Great Depression. Students will be prompted to think about the different... see more

In the first part of the lesson students examine the incentives and opportunity costs of spending and saving in a teacher... see more

In this lesson, students study how boycotts have been used throughout U.S. history to help promote economic, social and... see more

What does the U. S. Federal government do with the money it collects and what is the source of that revenue? Using MS... see more

In this lesson, the students read a brief passage that poses the mystery, "How did the Great Depression happen?" As... see more