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  • Monetary Mania

    Online game show that tests knowledge about money and macroeconomics (IMF 2015)

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  • Money conversations

    Durch Aktivitäten wie Rollenspiel, Debatte, Diskussion wird das Thema ”Geld” nahe gebracht (BBC/Teaching English 2009-15)

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  • The Case of the missing S. B. Anthony Dollar


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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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  • Time Value of Money

    Key Economic Concepts: Interest Rate (EconEd 1999-2009)

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  • Song: Ten shiny coins

    How much money is in your money box today? Listen to a song about a boy, his money box, and the things he buys. (British Council)

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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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  • Planet Money: The Economics Of T-Shirts

    The Planet Money team is making a T-shirt and following the shirt around the world as it gets manufactured — from the farms where the cotton is grown to the factories where the shirts are sewn together (NPR, USA 2014).

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  • Human Capital For Money

    Students will: Identify the relationship between levels of education and wages or salary. Locate information about median income and education levels of a given occupation or career. Define human capital as the sum of a person’s productive knowledge, experience and training. Identify the skills, knowledge, and training (human capital) people will need for various jobs in the ...

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  • Follow the Money

    In this New York Times lesson, students learn about how “super PACs” are influencing the 2012 presidential campaign. They then use a technique called “structured academic controversy” to debate whether or not wealthy individuals and organizations should be allowed to engage in unlimited spending to influence elections (2012).

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