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Course SummaryIf you need a hand refreshing your economics curriculum or creating new lesson plans for your classroom, this engaging course of teacher resources can help. Use this resource at your convenience on any computer, tablet or smartphone to work when it's best for you.
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In this course, we've included resources and lesson plans you can use to teach economics to your students. Whether you're just beginning or want to re-vamp your current lesson plans, the professionally written resources in this course can help you. You'll find plans here that cover Adam Smith, economic production and growth and much more. This resource is useful for a variety of educational objectives, from creating lectures to crafting interesting discussion questions that will get your students interested in this material.
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- Lesson plans that outline economics and how to effectively teach it
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- Adam Smith and his role in economics
- Business and economic production
- Economic recession and growth
- Economic systems
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