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How to Become a Millionaire

In this personal finance lesson, students will learn how to become wealthy in order to build their financial future.
Key Concepts: Income, Interest, Saving
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National Budget Simulation

In this economics lesson, students will revise a federal budget to understand its contents.
Key Concepts: Budget Deficits and Public Debt, Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Roles of Government
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Scarcity and Resources

In this economics lesson, students will sing and play a game to learn about scarcity.
Key Concepts: Scarcity
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Money is What Money Does

In this economics lesson, students will research the cryptocurrency Bitcoin to learn about the functions and characteristics of money.
Key Concepts: Money
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Every Penny Counts

In this personal finance lesson, students will evaluate wants and spending.
Key Concepts: Budgeting, Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis
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Competition Pizza

In this economics lesson, students will identify and evaluate market competition using pizza shops.
Key Concepts: Competition, Consumers, Markets and Prices
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Mystery Workers

In this economics lesson, students will identify examples of resources and producers to create goods and services.
Key Concepts: Producers, Productive Resources
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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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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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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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