Economics & Personal Finance Full Semester Bundle | GOOGLE DRIVE LINK
This Full Semester Economics bundle is perfect for the teacher that has been given a new prep. 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!Bundle Perks
- 4 different ways to teach the material
- Dropbox and Google Drive lifetime FREE updates and any new products
- Email support for any questions you may have
- 24+ years of experience in the classroom
- New lessons are added frequently, giving you even more variety and options
- Homeschool version
- New PPT's for each chapter
- New activities for each chapter
Here is what is included:
A thorough breakdown of the items included in this bundle and how to efficiently use them. *Recently updated
Intro to Semester
Syllabus, Weekly Schedule, and Monthly Plans outlining what I teach and when I teach it.
Personal Finance Bundle
A. Personal Finance in Bitesize
- 21 Lessons
- Lesson Plan - 2 separate version - printable long view - chart for the week
- PPT overview ( 2 slides)
- Teacher guide
- 3 situations to go over with the students
- Bonus: Dave Ramsey clip to share with the students
22 Lessons on a variety of topics
C. Learning from the Market / Personal Finance
This will go with the stock market but also has some good info on personal finance as well.
D. Financial Fitness Lesson
Great one day lesson on the rule of 72
E. Personal Finance Assessment
31 question personal finance assessment with the key.
F. Personal Finance Game
Cash Crunch Dominoes is a fun and exciting way to learn about money. (NEW)
G. Additional Personal Finance Resources
1. Every Dollar Guide to budgeting from Dave Ramsey
2. H&R Block Dollars and Sense Lessons – 5 lessons
3. 101 Ways to build wealth – This is a money magazine article that is good food for thought for the students.
4. Personal Finance Links - 69 links from the South Dakota Department of education.
5. The Turtle and the Hare financial fable – this is just a fun analogy of how we should be investing our money.
Common Core Economics
25 Common Core Economics lessons with PPT/Keynotes with quizzes and final and review sheet. I also just added google slide versions of all PPT/Keynotes.
We the Economy
20 short 5-8 minute films that deal with a variety of topics from Economics. Bundle includes video guides with answer keys. This would be a great follow up to any of the units in the book. (from folder #5)
Economics Direct Teaching
Chapters broken up into Micro and Maco with tests/quizzes and videos included plus a semester final. For each PPT I have also included a student note-taking guide to keep the students focused on what is being taught. ( NEW PPT's are completed)
This is the collection of chapters that focus on the smaller parts of the economy. Each chapter includes a direct teaching component, videos from the PPT, lessons, and quizzes that go with each chapter. With each chapter, I typically use Mondays for Current Events and then spend 3 days of the week on the teaching and Fridays is for quizzes and working on projects or books that are being read.
This is a collection of chapters dealing with the chapter as a whole. Each chapter includes a direct teaching component, videos from the PPT, lessons, and quizzes that go with each chapter. With each chapter, I typically use Mondays for Current Events and then spend 3 days of the week on the teaching and Fridays is for quizzes and working on projects or books that are being read.
3. Semester Final
Includes review sheet and final and review sheet.
4. Econ Daily Lecture / Activities
This is a very simple version of the Micro/Macro activities from above. I would consider doing this with a workshop or Special Ed class.
5. 20 Additional Lessons
Not sure where I got this but it is a good supplement to what I am doing in case I need something quick to support the chapter I am teaching
6. Visual Representation
This is a great way to get students engaged in the chapter and takes 20-25 minutes.
These are 10 projects to be used during the course of the semester. There is no way to do all of them but you can pick and choose which best fits your students.
8. Reflection of the semester
Final write up on the semester.
9. Resume and Cover letter
A how-to guide to writing a resume and a cover letter. This goes with the portfolio project.
10. Economics Brain Teasers
Just fun things for students to think about
11. Quotes and advice
Les Brown quotes and other useful info for seniors
12. Amazing Video Links to for Econ
ACDC Leadership / Banks of US / Banking videos / Federal Reserve / Gold Standard / Great Depression / How the Economy works / Scarcity / School House Rock / Taxes / Trading and Bartering / unemployment /
1. The Ultimate Gift
2. Hudsucker Proxy
3. Great article on using film in the classroom
4. List of potential Economics movies is included
- Multiple Episodes of "The Profit"
- General Guides of "The Apprentice"
13. Books Projects
Great selection of books available in this bundle. I recommend picking two that you feel are good if students are AP. For the regular classes, I suggest one book (Most common is Rich Dad Poor Dad).
The Books Included in this Bundle:
- 4 Hour Work Week
- 5 Dysfunctions of a team
- Entrepreneurship short books
- Naked Economics - Simplistic breakdown of the basics of economics. Included quizzes. (** HIGHLY RECOMMEND**)
- Rich Dad Poor Dad- The power of Real Estate
- Think and Grow Rich – How to use your resources to the best of your ability
- Zappos: Delivering Happiness- About working at an amazing company
14. Crash Course Videos and Guide
35 Micro and Macro video guides that are a great way to start out a unit or close off a unit of concept. These guides cover:
- Crash Course Economics Episodes 1-35
- Crash Course Business Soft Skills Episodes 1-17
- Crash Course Study Skills Episodes 1-10
- Crash Course Entrepreneurship Episodes 1-17
CHAPTERS 1-19 INCLUDED IN THE BUNDLE:
- What is Economics?
- Economic Systems and Decision making
- Business Organizations
- What is Demand
- What is Supply
- Prices as Signals
- Market Structures
- Employment, Labor, and Wages
- Sources of Government Revenue
- Sources of Government Revenue
- Money and Banking
- Financial Markets
- Economic Performance
- Economic Stability
- Federal Reserve
- Achieving Economic Stability
- International Trade
- Comparative Economic Systems
- Government Spending
- Personal Finance
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Added We The Economy guides to this already giant bundle.
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**Some chapters only have PPT's and VISUAL DIAGRAMS but may not have tests or quizzes as time is limited during the course of the semester. I will be completing them over time and will have access to them for free
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