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Three Types of Business Organizations

In this economics lesson, students will learn about 3 types of business organizations using candy companies.
Key Concepts: Entrepreneurs, Market Structures
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NYSE Made Easy

In this personal finance lesson, students will make choices about buying stocks.
Key Concepts: Financial Markets
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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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Just How Powerful is the Fed Chair?

In this economics lesson, students will learn about the powers of the Federal Reserve Chair.
Key Concepts: Federal Reserve, Interest, Monetary Policy
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Exchange Rates: How Money Affects Trade

In this economics lesson, students will compute exchange rates to learn their impact on international trade.
Key Concepts: Markets and Prices, Trade, Exchange and Interdependence
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Preparing Your Form 1040

In this personal finance lesson, students will use an IRS Form 1040 to calculate personal income tax.
Key Concepts: Taxes
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Federal Budget: The Fiscal Ship Game

In this economics lesson, students will evaluate fiscal policy objectives to learn the challenges of sustainable national budget formation.
Key Concepts: Budget Deficits and Public Debt, Fiscal Policy, Roles of Government
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Buy and Hold: A Stock Market Simulation

In this economics lesson, students will learn how the stock market works by participating in a historical simulation.
Key Concepts: Financial Investments, Financial Markets, Risk and Return
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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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Production Possibilities Curve

In this economics lesson, students will use a production possibilities curve to learn about scarcity and opportunity cost.
Key Concepts: Choice, Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Scarcity
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The Unemployment Game

In this economics lesson, students will participate in a labor market to learn about unemployment rate.
Key Concepts: Employment and Unemployment
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Where Does the Price of Pizza Come From?

In this economics lesson, students will examine data for buyers and sellers to learn how prices emerge in a market.
Key Concepts: Demand, Markets and Prices, Supply
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