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The Five Stages of Investing

In this personal finance lesson, students learn to apply the investing stages to life situations.
Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Financial Investments, Risk and Return
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Capital Investments: Human vs. Physical

In this economics lesson, students will assess their strength in soft skills through a written conversation.
Key Concepts: Human Capital, Opportunity Cost
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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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Tic Tac Taxes

In this economics lesson, students will learn about taxes and the reason for taxes.
Key Concepts: Taxes
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Hutchins Center Explains

In this economics series of articles, The Hutchins Center Explains current debates and key concepts in fiscal and monetary policy.
Key Concepts: Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy
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Fiscal Ship

Students will understand how federal policy making decisions, and their associated revenue and spending implications, impact the budget, and will…
Key Concepts: Budget Deficits and Public Debt, Budgeting, Fiscal Policy
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Sports Economics: To Build or Not to Build

In this economics lesson, students will examine a public-private partnership to learn about opportunity cost.
Key Concepts: Opportunity Cost, Roles of Government, Taxes
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Green Eggs and …Economics?

In this economics lesson, students will learn key economic concepts found in children's literature.
Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Division of Labor/Specialization, Market Structures
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