ERIC Number: ED064260
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Reference Count: 0
Modern Problems Economic Units. A Program for Grade Twelve.
Carlson, Marshall; Hutton, Joseph
GRADES OR AGES: Grade 12. SUBJECT MATTER: Modern problems, economic units. ORGANIZATION AND PHYSICAL APPEARANCE: The introductory material includes an outline of the Bloomington school philosophy, identification of main areas of modern economics, basic objectives, and techniques for evaluating objectives. The guide covers six units: a) importance and nature of economics, b) the common problem and the need for an economic system, c) modified market economy of the United States, d) economic growth and stability, e) distribution of income, and f) consumer economics. The material for each unit is set out in three columns--concepts, activities, and instructional resources. The guide is lithographed and spiral bound with a soft cover. OBJECTIVES AND ACTIVITIES: General objectives are included in the introductory material. Detailed objectives and activities are listed for each unit. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Details of texts, paperbacks, films, and filmstrips are listed for each unit. The guide also contains duplicated resources for the consumer economics unit, including a sample mortgage, an article on auto dealers, a family budget worksheet, a family finance glossary, and transparency masters. There is also an extensive bibliography. STUDENT ASSESSMENT: Techniques for evaluation are outlined in the introductory material. (MBM)
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Authoring Institution: Bloomington Public Schools, MN.