Quiz 12/7 on Economics

Study your notes for a Quiz Friday on Economic Systems and Scarcity.

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Types of Economic Systems

Vocabulary Terms

Three Basic Question- What to Produce, How to Produce, and For whom to produce.

Market Economy- Everyday people (producers & consumers) make the decisions about what, how, and for whom to produce.

Command Economy- the government makes decisions about what, how, and for whom to produce.

Mixed Economy- An economic system that has features of command and market economies.
MOST economies in the world are MIXED economies.

Traditional Economy- Social roles & culture (traditions) determine what, how, and for whom to produce.
People do the same things their ancestors did before them.

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Week of 12-3 to 12-7

Students will be working on economics of Europe and also their PBL

Monday

Scarcity needs and wants

Tuesday

Economic Systems

Wednesday

PBL Peer Review

Thursday

PBL editing

Friday

Quiz and Tiered Task for Economic Systems

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Week of 11/26-11/30

Monday

European Union Introduction

Students will be introduced to the concept and idea of the European Union. This will prepare the students for the economies of Europe Unit

Tuesday-Friday

Students will be working on their Travel Agency PBL Project.

Students should be taking all of their previous research and putting it into a well done presentation.

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Notes on European Governments

UK

Structure of Government

  • A parliamentary system in which the power  lies with the Parliament (legislature).

Form of Leadership

  • The monarch is the ceremonial head of state with very little power.
  • The prime minister is the head of government

Role of Citizen

  • Citizens over 18 can vote.
  • Constitution guarantees basic rights and personal freedoms

Germany

Structure of Government

  • A federal system of government in which power is shared between a central government and state governments
  • Ultimate power rests with the people

Form of Leadership

  • The president is the head of state with very little power.
  • The chancellor is the head of government.

Role of Citizen

  • Citizens over 18 can vote.
  • Germany’s constitution guarantees basic rights and personal freedoms

Russia

Structure of Government

  • Federation (federal)=power is divided between a central authority and a number of districts.
  • The central government exerts influence directly upon people

Form of Leadership

  • The president is the head (chief) of state.
  • The Prime Minister (Premier) is the head of government.
  • Head (chief) of state in Russia has considerable executive power.

Role of Citizen

  • Citizens over 18 can vote.
  • Constitution guarantees basic rights and personal freedoms
  • In practice government pressure on the media persists (Government controlled media i.e. News, Newspaper, Social Media from Government)
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Test Tomorrow and Quizziz Games Codes

Don’t forget to study and complete your study guide for tomorrow.

This is a test on History of Europe 10/30

Here are some study tools

https://join.quizizz.com/

Code: 548286

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PPT Notes on Cold War

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Quiz 10/19

Study for Quiz tomorrow

It will be on WWI, Treaty of Versailles, Great Depression, Rise of Communism, Rise of Nazism, Holocaust and WWII

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PPT Notes 10/18 and images for the back page

Treaty of Versailles

Who:

  1. US
  2. France
  3. UK
  4. Germany
  5. Italy

What did it do:

  1. Germany had to pay compensation(Money)
  2. Set up the League of Nations
  3. Loss of Germany Empire/Colonies
  4. Massive Army Cuts
  5. German lands were lost

Where:

Versailles, France

Why:

For Peace Talks

When:

January 1919

 

  1. It made an almost bankrupt Germany completely bankrupt
  2. Reduce owed, set up payments, and loan Germany $200 Million
  3. 1930’s
  4. Stock Market Crash. Foreign Business fell when US companies and consumers were not buying goods.

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Homework 10/16

Make sure to finish the backside of the PPT Note Sheet.

Here are the answers:

Why Communism for Russia Section

Government should own the farms and Factories to benefit citizens

Share Work = Equal Shares

Skip this section

Promised that fairness and equality would come to all Russians

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