economics the art of teaching finance skills to students
I wanted to offer you a free mini personal finance unit (3 days) that includes a recorded video lecture, Powerpoints with videos embedded, activities, guest speaker videos, and notes handout. I am making each mini-unit $5 each to make it super affordable! Use the code-free lesson to get it free! Click here to get it now!-
This amazing half-year personal finance course bundle will make your life easier!!! Over 500 EDITABLE individual products in ONE package! It includes full lesson plans, student activities, and all other needed materials to implement personal finance lessons. Includes cooperative group activities, centers, readings, games, projects, tests, and so much more. I teach with the 55 minute period for the half-year. I am a very organized teacher.
Teach your 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, or 12th grade students about macroeconomics fiscal and monetary policy with this complete lesson! You'll get a PowerPoint, notes, graphic organizer, and exit tickets, and parts of the lesson materials are editable for your customization! Click through to learn more about this resource for high school economics classes. #economics #highschool #socialstudies #macroeconomics #secondarygrades
Need a resource that will help you teach your high school economics students the vocabulary you need to know? Check out this partially editable macroeconomics resource! It makes teaching vocabulary terms about macroeconomics easy and engaging, and you can edit parts of it to best fit your needs. It includes a vocabulary card sort, a vocabulary quiz, a crossword puzzle, and more. Click through to grab it! #economics #highschool #macroeconomics #vocabulary
Assess your students with these five digital personal finance quizzes: money, budgeting, credit, banking, insurance, and investing. You would use a free app or website called Socrative to give the quizzes and monitor the digital quizzes. This means no more grading and it gives you data analysis for each question and quiz. Make your life easier with this product. When you add it to your Socrative account you can edit it and make it your own!
Financial Literacy - Monthly Budget Based on Income. Think your students know how much money it costs to have the things they have at home? If you teach Economics at the middle level or high school level then this is an activity that really opens the eyes of your students to the reality of budgeting their money.
Hamilton’s Financial Plan: The new nation is broke. Alexander Hamilton’s new role as the Secretary of the Treasury is to organize the nation’s finances and to stabilize the economy. His financial plan would be controversial and attacked by many including Thomas Jefferson. Students read about Hamilton’s plan, its criticisms and the two factions that develop. The reading focuses on the plan to assume state debt, form a national bank and the elastic clause regarding “strict” and “loose” constructio
Macroeconomics is an important aspect of economics that needs to be thoroughly taught. This unit, which is really a complete interactive notebook, helps you teach macroeconomics concepts to your high school students! Parts of the interactive notebook materials are editable, and it comes with daily lesson plans and everything you need to teach this economics unit. Click through to learn more! #economics #macroeconomics #highschool #socialstudies #9thgrade #10thgrade #11thgrade #12thgrade
Crash Courses Economics Worksheets for Episodes 1-15 -- weeks of fun and easy to implement lessons at your fingertips! No prep -- just print and go! Features a variety of question types and extra credit/extended learning questions provided for every episode, to get students applying their learning! Time stamps provided for most questions; detailed answer keys included. No prep for you -- just print and go! #crashcourseeconomics #crashcourseworksheets
Want to help your students better understand macroeconomics fiscal and monetary policy? Have them play this scavenger hunt activity! It uses QR codes to bring in technology and is engaging for high school economics students to complete. Easy to implement and easy to customize to your needs! Click through to grab it now. #highschool #socialstudies #economics #9thgrade #10thgrade #11thgrade #12thgrade #macroeconomics
My Full Semester Economics bundle is perfect for the teacher that has been given a new prep. You will get access to my Google Drive Link, and all the videos will be included for PPT’s/Keynotes. It provides you with multiple options for teaching Economics with lots of resources to mix it up! #economics #socialstudies #highschool #tpteconomics #highschooleconomics #ecnonomicsresources
My Full Semester Economics bundle is perfect for the teacher that has been given a new prep. You will get access to my Google Drive Link, and all the videos will be included for PPT’s/Keynotes. It provides you with multiple options for teaching Economics with lots of resources to mix it up! #economics #tpteconomics #socialstudies #tptsocialstudies #history #tpthistory
Ever tried a simulation in your classroom? This activity for high school economics classes helps your 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, or 12th grade students better understand rational decision-making and marginal thinking as they relate to economics. All resources included in this activity are editable to fit your needs. Click through to learn more about this hands-on, realistic lesson!
Are you teaching economics to your high school students this school year? Check out this complete interactive notebook that covers the fundamentals of economics! Editable resources are included, and it comes with daily lesson plans. Students will learn more about scarcity, marginal thinking, economics systems, and more with this interactive notebook for 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, and 12th grade classes. Click through to get more details!
Debates are a really useful instructional technique in high school classes because students have the maturity to carry the discussion. This debate activity covers the topic of universal basic income for a 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, or 12th grade economics class. Secondary students will understand the concept and then research multiple perspectives to gain an understanding. Click through to get more details!
My students continually ask me how to buy their first car. This is a 5 step lesson that can be taught or just handed out. This is a 2 page document that could be gone over in class for 30 minutes. I used to work in the auto industry so I put this together for my students so they would have some clarity for their first car purchase. #socialstudies #tptsocialstudies #tptworldhistory #UShistory #worldhistory #tptUShistory #howtobuyacar
I love these awesome books for helping teach economics concepts to my middle and high school students. They help to introduce the finance and math subjects in a way to reach more kids in my classroom. I especially love the first one! #teaching #reading #worldeconomics #economics #tptsale #tpt #teacherspayteachers #history #teacher
This mini-unit teaches students the background terminology associated with the Stock Market. Students will receive direct instruction about the basic concepts of businesses, stocks, profits, and how they all are tied together in the stock market.The goal of this mini-unit is to teach middle school students the importance of financial literacy and how to use the stock market to make investments and track their investments over time. ***********************************************************...
Increase higher-order thinking in your Personal Finance course by having students apply, analyze, and evaluate information. This EDITABLE Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation contains 12 scenarios that make great classroom discussion. Topics covered include: saving up for a purchase, budgeting, overdraft protection, simple interest, types of bank accounts, depository institution features, and saving strategies.
Teach with Monopoly the board game! Get a board, pick a scenario and let the fun begin! Students learn while playing one of America's best loved games. You get a chance to see your students take charge of their own learning while your students play one of four game scenarios. An introduction to important terms is included along with end of game summaries for students and class discussion prompts to help you get everything from this unique lesson.