Hon. Econ Unit 4 Plans 3/2-3/6, and 3/9

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in Hon. Gov/Econ | Posted on February 28, 2020

RESOURCES/INFORMATION:

Econ book link: https://clever.com/oauth/instant-login?client_id=58a2387860cc09e7d1d1&district_id=5798a584ac8d990100000850&specify_auth=samaximum-employment-1x8d2to

Social-Studies-Economics-Georgia-Standards-1kygv50,

Tutoring Schedule:https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6jy-_ymJ6lPVW55eVl2bk0ySjA/view

 Help to study for the EOC Economics_Study_Guide_7.7.17-1oxacku

****Continue preparation on your own for EOC on MARCH 19 AND 20  by logging in to USATest Prep and Joining your class. Assignments are required, and they will count as quiz grades.***** Due by 10 pm MARCH 18th

https://www.usatestprep.com/member-login?logout=1

StudyGuide: Milestones_StudyGuide_Economics_11-16-ymxtob

Another great practice site for Econ EOC: https://www.quia.com/quiz/678432.html

Naked Economics assigned reading: Pre course work-1iwgc70

Syllabus HECON S2020

 

Monday Mar. 2

LG: To explain the reasons for international trade, define and give examples of imports and exports, explain the significance of specialization in international trade, define absolute advantage and comparative advantage, identify countries with absolute advantage and comparative from a data set, explain the effects of absolute and comparative advantage on international trade, read and interpret scenarios, tables, and graphs related to absolute and comparative advantage, and give the significance of balance of trade and balance of payment data as economic indicators.

  1.  Notes from Power Point on Exchange Rates Exchange Rates
  2. Inquiry Design Model Activity Formative and Summative portion
  3. More notes for understanding exchange rates Rates https://docs.google.com/viewerng/viewer?url=http://tontodonati.weebly.com/uploads/5/4/5/9/54593007/foreign_exchange__forex_.pptx

HW: study notes for exchange quiz, work on IDM, complete notes on exchange rates, USATest prep assignments

 

Tuesday Mar. 3

LG: To explain the reasons for international trade, define and give examples of imports and exports, explain the significance of specialization in international trade, define absolute advantage and comparative advantage, identify countries with absolute advantage and comparative from a data set, explain the effects of absolute and comparative advantage on international trade, read and interpret scenarios, tables, and graphs related to absolute and comparative advantage, and give the significance of balance of trade and balance of payment data as economic indicators.

  1. Quiz Exchange Rates
  2. International trade and Absolute and Comparative Advantage ppt intro to intl trade-z26jp2  Absolute and Comparative Advantage
  3. Activity- Absolute vs. Comparative Advantage Comparative Advantage Practice Problems-28031yg

HW: Study for quiz on absolute/comparative advantage,  complete activity if needed, work on IDM, USATest prep assignments, video help for absolute/comparative advantage https://www.youtube.com/watch?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HneRNVtahYw

 

Wednesday Mar. 4

LG: To explain the reasons for international trade, define and give examples of imports and exports, explain the significance of specialization in international trade, define absolute advantage and comparative advantage, identify countries with absolute advantage and comparative from a data set, explain the effects of absolute and comparative advantage on international trade, read and interpret scenarios, tables, and graphs related to absolute and comparative advantage, and give the significance of balance of trade and balance of payment data as economic indicators.

  1. Quiz Absolute and Comparative Advantage
  2. Power Point notes/videos on Trade Organizations
  3. Problem set #4 Unit 4 Problem Set International Spring 2019

HW:    balance of trade article and questions, work on IDM, USATest prep assignments

 

Thursday Mar. 5

LG: To explain the reasons for international trade, define and give examples of imports and exports, explain the significance of specialization in international trade, define absolute advantage and comparative advantage, identify countries with absolute advantage and comparative from a data set, explain the effects of absolute and comparative advantage on international trade, read and interpret scenarios, tables, and graphs related to absolute and comparative advantage, and give the significance of balance of trade and balance of payment data as economic indicators.

  1.  Quiz Trade Organizations
  2. Exchange rate practice
  3. Power Point notes on balance of payment and trade
  4. Trade article and questions

HW: Complete IDM due tomorrow, study for Touchstones quiz, complete problem set, USATest prep assignments

 

Friday Mar. 6

LG: Demonstrate knowledge of International Economics Concepts, and understanding of Macroeconomics.

  1. Turn in Trade article and questions
  2. International Touchstones quiz
  3. Check Problem Set

HW: complete problem set, study for test, USATest prep assignments

Monday Oct. 9

LG: Demonstrate knowledge of International Economics.

  1. turn in Free Trade IDM
  2. Unit 4 Assessment
  3. Begin Personal Finance notes

HW: Work on USA Test Prep aassignments in preparation for the EOC

APCGP Unit 3 Plans Feb.11-14, 24-28, March 2-6

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in APCGP | Posted on February 6, 2020

Tuesday Feb. 11 

Learning Objective:  Describe civil society and explain the role of civil society among course countries.

  1. warm up
  2. Notes on Civil Society 3.1
  3. In country groups, research your country’s written protections of freedom to assemble and association and report back to class  http://constitutionalrights.constitutioncenter.org/app/home/world

HW: review todays notes, remember Friday’s food day

Wednesday Feb. 12

Learning Objective:  Describe civil society and explain the role of civil society among course countries.

  1. warm up
  2. Notes on Civil Society 3.1
  3. Unit 3 vocabulary

HW: Review notes and work on vocab., don’t forget Food day Friday.

Thursday Feb. 13

Learning Objective:  Explain how political culture relates to citizen behavior and the role of the state.

  1. warm up
  2. Notes on political culture 3.2
  3. Research and try to answer the following questions for you case country.Questions about political culture from country to country include:  What role do citizens expect to play in the selection of government officials? What individual freedoms and liberties do citizens expect to be protected by the government? What role do citizens think they should be able to play in influencing governmental policy making? How limited should the powers of government be?

HW: review  your notes. Bring food for Food Day tomorrow!!!!

Friday Feb. 14  Happy Vaentine’s Day!!!! 

Learning Objective: Wrap up study of the case country UK with the film Brexit and a food day.

  1. View Brexit and respond to the questions as you watch
  2. Enjoy yummy snacks

HW: Get your Ethel Woods book and start to read it, while enjoying your break!!!

Monday Feb. 24

Learning Objective:Describe political ideologies and explain how political values and beliefs frame policy choices to address particular political problems.

  1. warm up
  2.  Notes on political idealogies (review) and  how political values and beliefs frame policy choices 3.3 and 3.4
  3.  work on vocabulary

Hw: review notes, study vocabulary

Tuesday Feb. 25

Learning Objective:Describe political ideologies and explain how political values and beliefs frame policy choices to address particular political problems.

  1. warm up
  2.  Notes on how political values and beliefs frame policy choices 3.4
  3.  work on vocabulary

Hw: review notes, study vocabulary

Wednesday Feb. 26

Learning Objective:  Explain the nature and role of political participation as related to a regime’s use of authority and power.

  1. warm up
  2. Notes on nature and role of political participation 3.5

HW: review notes and study vocabulary

Thursday Feb. 27

Learning Objective:  Explain how political participation affects and is affected by democratic or authoritarian regime types.

  1. warm up
  2.  notes on political participation affects 3.6
  3.  review your case countries Freedom House Index and rank them on the board

Hw: review notes and study for voc. quiz tomorrow

Friday Feb. 28

Learning Goal:  Explain the extent to which civil rights and civil liberties are protected or restricted in different regimes.

  1. vocab. quiz
  2. notes on civil rights and civil liberties 3.7
  3.  review civil rights and liberties of your case country and enter info on board to share with class https://freedomhouse.org/

HW: Review notes

Monday March 2

Learning Objective: Describe politically relevant social cleavages in course countries and explain how these affect citizen relationships and political stability.

  1. Warm up
  2. Notes on social cleavages 3.8/3.9
  3. complete chart

Hw: review notes and study for test

Tuesday March 3

Learning Goal: Describe politically relevant social cleavages in course countries and explain how these affect citizen relationships and political stability.

  1. warm up
  2.  notes on social cleavages continued 3.8/3.9

HW: review for progress check tomorrow on College Board

Wednesday March 4

Learning Objective: Demonstrate knowledge of Unit 3 concepts.

  1. Warm up
  2. progress check on College Board

HW: Study for test

Thursday March 5

Learning Objective: Learn about the case country of Mexico.

  1. Warm up
  2. Mexico notes
  3. Article and questions on Mexico- “Fox’s Legacy and Mexico’s Future”

Friday March 6

Learning Objective: Demonstrate knowledge of Unit 3 concepts.

  1. Unit 3 Assessment

HW: read Chapter handed out in class on Mexico

 

 

 

 

 

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