Don’t forget the upcoming Unit IV test on Monday April 22 (B day) and Tuesday April 23 ( A day). we’ll do a little Almost There quiz on Wednesday and Thursday. Fiday B day will have a lab day. Please don’t be absent because it will be more difficult for you to mke up the work. Don’t worry B day, you’ll have a lab day on April 24. we’ll be starting ouer Personal Finance project in the lab.
We only have 7-8 class periods before EOCT, so try not to miss any days!
Unit IV: Monetary and Fiscal Policy covers Chapters 15 and 16. Some vocab from Ch 10 is included on your vocab sheet. You also have a handout for Ch 14 , Taxation.
Enjoy your spring break!
This week is the last of new information for Unit II. For those MANY absentees: it is YOUR responsibility to get the information and the notes. They are ALL here and posted. I have students tell me all the time they didn’t go on the blog. I can give you handouts when yhou’re absent, but I can’t give you the face to face instruction. You really need to go over the notes and/or READ the Chapters to learn the material. The worksheets are practice.
Be sure you have read Chapters 4 ( Demand), 5 ( Supply), 6 (Prices). Ch 7 is Business Organizaqtions. There a handout posted with the notes for this Chapter. Chapter 8 is Market Structures. The project is on Ch8. The directions for the project were given out in class and are also posted. Anyone absent should just go through the posted material and see what they’re missing. The notes are not dated because different classes are in different places in the material. To put multipled dates is too confusing to everyone. Just look for what YOU don’t have. It’s ALL important.
Unit V International Economics
Unit IV: Monetary and Fiscal Policy:
Complete the ten questions by using this website that has the video “In Plain English” on it: http://www.stlouisfed.org/inplainenglish/default.html
Make sure you finish the In Plain English questions started in class. These will count as your notes, so be sure to be accurate and thorough.
Notes for Unit III: Macroeconomics: Econommic Indicators
Unit II: Microeconomics
Unit I notes