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Pisciotta, John – Social Education, 1983
The Economic Balance model can be used in secondary economics classes to show demand- and supply-sides of the overall economy as well as how the two sides influence each other. Demand-side approaches to recession and inflation and supply-side approaches to expansion of production capacity and inflation are discussed. (AM)
Descriptors: Economics Education, Inflation (Economics), Models, Productivity
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Reque, Barbara – Social Education, 1983
Community history units can provide a framework for elementary economics instruction. The DePaul Center for Economic Education developed a unit on Chicago's economic history. It includes strategies for collecting and organizing content, locating resource people, and developing materials. (AM)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Economics Education, Elementary Education, Human Resources
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Dunham, Loren J. – Social Education, 1983
People should understand what the commodity futures market is and who uses it. The commodity futures market should be studied in a high school economics course so a one-week unit was developed for students that involved them in a simulation as hedgers and speculators. (AM)
Descriptors: Economics Education, Secondary Education, Simulation, Social Studies
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