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  • Teaching About Climate Change With The New York Times

    Seven starting points for teaching and learning about the topic, along with a list of links to much more, from Learning Network lesson plans to Times video, graphics, articles and photographs (2014).

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  • Climate change overview

    In this lesson students will gain an overview of what climate change is. They will read some short texts, exchange information and make notes. They will also learn some useful vocabulary on the topic (TeachingEnglish 2011-14)

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  • Frontier Specialists: Trade - absolute and comparative advantage

    The level of output in an economy can be increased through specialization. Economic specialization occurs when people produce different goods and services than they consume. It requires people to exchange goods and services (EconEd 1999-2011)

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  • Where Does the Money Come From?

    Students will: Explain that tax revenues are collected from households and businesses for use by various levels of government--federal, state, and local. Predict the types of taxes they (or people in their household) will have to pay over the next several years. (EconEd 2002-2009)

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  • What Does A Dollar Really Buy?

    Students will: Describe the purpose of a price index. Explain how a price index is calculated. Describe the weaknesses of the CPI. Interpret CPI data as a measure of economic health. Identify who is harmed and who is helped by inflation. (EconEd 2002-2009) 

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  • The Story of Jack and the Bank Stalk

    Students will: List the roles and functions of money. Apply the definition of money to various alternatives to money. Describe the role of banks. (EconEd  1999-2009)

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  • On the Market: Thinking Critically About Advertising

    In this New York Times  lesson, students consider various forms of advertising, then keep logs of the ads and other branded content they encounter in a specified period, and reflect on their experiences with marketing (2011).

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  • Opportunity Cost

    Consumers are faced with tough choices because so many innovative and exciting products and services are available. Therefore, engraining a decision-making process that includes considering of opportunity cost is necessary to shape future consumer behavior (EconEd USA, 2012)

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  • Production Possibilities Curve

    The production possibilities curve is an excellent tool for showing scarcity, opportunity cost, and allocation of goods and services. The model is used to explain economic growth and efficiency for an economy (Council for Economic Education? 2011)

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    Exploring Page One of The New York Times. In this NY Times lesson, students will play a ”news literacy” game to examine the design, layout and content of a typical New York Times front page (2008/2009).

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