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Showing Grade 12e, Unit 2a, Market, Economy, and Global Competition
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Price Ceilings Cause Shortages and Higher Costs

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Description: Analyze what is meant by the term "price ceiling." Consider the institutions necessary to promote a smoothly functioning market price system. Investigate the effects of government intervention in the market price system. Standard 12.2.6 economics

Author: Dwight Lee, Foundation for Economic Education

Lesson ID: 855

Price Foors, Surpluses, and the Minimum Wage

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Description: A price floor is a legally imposed level below which a price cannot fall. In the US, the most visible example of a price floor is the federal law guaranteeing a certain minimum wage. Few economists debate the harmful effects of minimum wage laws, yet politicians continue to call for rises in the price floor for unskilled labor. Is a minimum wage a good thing? Why or why not? Standard 12.2.6 economics

Author: Dwight Lee, Foundation for Economic Education

Lesson ID: 856

Show Me the Money: Exploring Causes and Effects of Recessions and Other Economic Crises Around the World

http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20011128wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons

Description: Examine current and past economic crises around the world, using the current recession in the United States as a starting point. Consider how the current economic slowdown has affected your life and that of your family, friends, and community. Examine the concept of recession and the causes and effects of the current recession in theUnited States by reading and discussing "Economists Make It Official: U.S. Is in Recession." Explore the concept of a global recession by investigating economic crises around the world in 2001. Present research in class at a "Global State of Economic Affairs" conference.Standard 12.2.4 (economics)

Author: Annissa Hambouz, The New York Times Learning Network, Javaid Khan, The Bank Street College of Education in New York City

Lesson ID: 948

Stock Market Game

http://investsmart.coe.uga.edu/C001759/stocksquest/mystocks.htm

Description: The Stock Market Game is a hands-on tool that helps you get started with trading stocks. No prior stock experience is needed to enter this game. Just have fun There is no limit to the number of classrooms that can play our game. Teachers can monitor their students' progress and guide them to wisely invest their virtual money. Standards 12.2.4,12.2.5 and 12.2.8 economics

Author: Invest Smart

Lesson ID: 980

What Is a Stock, or Who Owns MacDonalds?

http://ecedweb.unomaha.edu/lessons/mark1.htm

Description: Explore the fundamentals of the U.S. market economy and stock ownership. Discuss how stockholders share risks and rewards of business ownership by purchasing stocks. Standard 12.2.5 economics

Author: Learning for the Market: Integrating the Stock Market Games, National Council on Economic Education

Lesson ID: 1225

Workers Fight Back

http://www.bctf.ca/lessonaids/online/LA2039/CAPP_L5.pdf

Description: Explore three popular strateies for mass campaigns to create global change: strikes union actions, boycotts, and international "shame" campaigns. Standards 12.4.4 economics, 12.2.2 and 12.7.5 civics

Author: British Colombia Teachers' Federation

Lesson ID: 1287

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