Ch 74: AEPA: Macroeconomic Equilibrium

About This Chapter

Before you take the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science certification exam, watch these lesson videos to improve your understanding of GDP, full employment GDP, recessions and depressions.

AEPA: Macroeconomic Equilibrium - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter to help you prepare for questions on the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam that relate to macroeconomic equilibrium. Complete the activities of this chapter to improve your understanding of gross domestic product (GDP), full employment GDP, and the difference between recessions and depressions. Each lesson video is taught by an expert instructor and is mobile device compatible so that you have an effective and versatile way of reviewing the:

  • Factors used to calculate GDP and real GDP
  • Expansionary and contractionary gaps of full-employment GDP
  • Differences between recessions and depressions

When you complete these lessons, be sure to test your mastery of the information presented with the lesson quizzes. Improve your understanding of any material you find challenging by returning to the lessons with video tags that will allow you to skip the materials you already know.

AEPA: Macroeconomic Equilibrium - Chapter Objectives

The AEPA Middle Grades Social Science is a computer-based certification exam used in the state of Arizona to assess prospective middle-grade social science teachers' mastery over their field of study. Taking this test, you will be asked to complete 150 multiple-choice questions, in a 180-minute testing session. Of the material covered by these questions, 12% belongs to the domain of Economics. Watch these lesson videos and take the lesson quizzes to prepare for questions about GDP and macroeconomics.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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