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Ch 75: NES: Inflation & Unemployment

About This Chapter

Use these video lessons and practice quizzes to review inflation and unemployment for the National Evaluation Series (NES) Middle Grades Social Science exam.

NES: Inflation & Unemployment - Chapter Summary

This chapter on inflation and unemployment covers everything you'll need to know about the Phillips curve for the NES Middle Grades Social Science exam. After completing these lessons, you'll have covered the following:

  • The Phillips curve model of inflation and unemployment
  • Factors that impact the Phillips curve
  • Short run economic behavior on the Phillips curve
  • Long run inflation rate on the Phillips curve

Our instructors use a clear and direct style of teaching to help you grasp and retain lesson concepts. Watch the lessons as many times as you'd like, or skim lesson topics with the written transcripts. Get an idea of what to expect on the NES Middle Grades Social Science exam with lesson quizzes and the chapter exam.

NES: Inflation & Unemployment - Chapter Objectives

The NES Middle Grades Social Science exam is part of the certification process for middle school social science teachers in certain states. This chapter prepares you for questions about inflation and unemployment in the Economics subarea of the exam. This section of the exam makes up 12% of the total test score. The test as a whole consists of 150 multiple-choice questions on history, geography, culture, government and economics.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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