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Benefits of Trade Video

In this economics video, students will learn about the benefits of trade using comparative advantage.
Key Concepts: Benefits of Trade, Comparative Advantage, Trade, Exchange and Interdependence
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Scarcity Video and Quiz

In this economics video, students will learn about scarcity.
Key Concepts: Economic Systems, Goods and Services, Scarcity
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The Business Cycle Video and Quiz

In this economics video, students will learn about business cycles.
Key Concepts: Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply, Business Cycles
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Saving and Investing Video

In this economics video, students will learn about saving and investing.
Key Concepts: Budgeting, Interest, Saving and Investing
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Time Value of Money

In this economics lesson, students will learn how the value of money changes over time.
Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Interest, Money
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All In Business

In this economics lesson, students will calculate risks associated with starting a new business.
Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Entrepreneurs, Incentives
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Lights, Camera, Budget!

In this economics activity, students answer personal finance questions to earn money to produce a movie.
Key Concepts: Budgeting, Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Financial Investments
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Wealth not Cash

In this personal finance lesson, students will learn why wealth is the essential feature of a successful financial life.
Key Concepts: Budgeting, Income, Money
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The Supply and Demand of Toy Fads

In this economics lesson, students will examine the market responses to two different toys.
Key Concepts: Demand, Markets and Prices, Supply
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Do I Look Like I’m Made of Money?

In this economics lesson, students will learn the importance of money as a medium of exchange.
Key Concepts: Human Capital, Income, Money
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