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By Andrea Caceres-Santamaria

Students will use a Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) data dashboard to calculate budget deficits, surpluses, how much federal budgets in certain budget years added to the total public debt, and gross federal debt as percent of GDP. Using the information they have collected, students will answer questions requiring analysis and inference.

Key concepts
Budget, Budget Deficit, Budget Surplus, Consumption, Debt, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Investment, Productivity, Recession, Revenue, Total Cost (TC), Total Revenue (TR), Trade-off
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Grade9-12
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Help your students to understand how the federal budget is established using CEE's animated video Overview of the Federal Budget Process. The video is based upon the Overview of the Federal Budget Process handout supplementing Understanding Fiscal Responsibility lessons and provides an introduction into the decisions that go into establishing the federal budget. In this video, students engage in a discussion on who is making these decisions and how they might influence the process.
Key concepts
Budget, Federal Budget, Fiscal Policy
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Grade3-5
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By Council for Economic Education

Economies depend on the availability of resources. This lesson introduces the concept of productive resources to students through discussion. Students learn how the use of natural, human, and capital resources impacts outcomes while building houses in Minecraft.

This lesson is also posted on Minecraft Education's website of lesson plans.  For more lesson plans using Minecraft, please visit: [EEL-link id='5259' title='https://education.minecraft.net/class-resources/lessons/' ] .

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Capital Resources, Human Resources, Natural Resources, Productive Resources
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Grade3-5
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By Council for Economic Education

Students will explore making choices by evaluating the costs and benefits and identifying the opportunity cost of decisions in the real world and by building in Minecraft.

This lesson is also posted on Minecraft Education's website of lesson plans.  For more lesson plans using Minecraft, please visit: [EEL-link id='5259' title='https://education.minecraft.net/class-resources/lessons/' ].  

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Benefit, Choice, Costs, Decision Making, Opportunity Cost
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Grade3-5
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By Mary Suiter

This lesson from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' EconLowdown site teaches students what it means to save and reach savings goals through the book Beatrice's Goat by Page McBrier.

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Income, Opportunity Cost, Saving
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Grade9-12
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By Scott Niederjohn

Students will learn that anti-scalping laws effectively impose price ceilings. Students will apply their knowledge of supply, demand, market prices, voluntary trade and price ceilings to analyze this market.

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Demand, Price, Price Ceiling, Voluntary Trade
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Grade9-12
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Use this Image Annotation Tool to enable your students to creatively comment on political cartoons, and to share their annotated creations. Encourage your students to create a caption, add thought and/or speech bubbles, and place concept labels and clip art stickers to reinforce or change the meaning of the cartoon. This activity is intended for use with CEE's Social Security and the National Debt lesson, from our Understanding Fiscal Responsibility curriculum, but can also be used as a standalone activity. For more information on using the tool, please refer to our comprehensive instructions or quick start video.
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Debt, Scarcity, Trade-off
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Grade9-12
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Use this Image Annotation Tool to enable your students to creatively comment on political cartoons, and to share their annotated creations. Encourage your students to create a caption, add thought and/or speech bubbles, and place concept labels and clip art stickers to reinforce or change the meaning of the cartoon. This activity is intended for use with CEE's Taxation and the National Debt lesson, from our Understanding Fiscal Responsibility curriculum, but can also be used as a standalone activity. For more information on using the tool, please refer to our comprehensive instructions or quick start video.
Key concepts
Budget, Budget Deficit, Capital Gain, Costs, Debt, Incentive, Investment, Revenue, Taxation, Utility

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