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HGov: Chapter 10 Media Review



Homework:
Finish reading Chapter 10 Mass Media
Chapter 10 Quiz on Tuesday 10/4
Chapter 6 Quiz II (retest) closes today
Chapter 6 Quiz III (retest) opens – due Friday 10/7

Misc-05-june

Econ: Circular Flow


Circular Flow Earnig a Living
The Earn a Living activity helps us understand the relationship among consumers and producers. The economic relationship between households and businesses in often said to create a circular flow of economic activity. In a market economy, households are the owners of of resources and supply land, labor, and capital to businesses in exchange for income in the form of wages, rents, interest, and profits. Households then use their income to purchase finished goods and services supplied by businesses. Businesses then use the money from sales to pay resource owners for the services businesses receive by employing the resources. This relationship forms an interdependent economic system. The circular flow helps to explain and prove the assumption that voluntary trade creates wealth. It also shows how trade is influenced by the economic system in which people participate.


Homework:
Finish reading Chapter 3 Economic Systems
Chapter 2 Quiz II closes today
Chapter 2 Quiz III opens – due Friday 10/7

Arrows-02-june

HGov: Current Events


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Period 4: North Korea Missile Test

Period 7: Black Lives Matter Movement

 

 


Homework:
Chapter 6 Quiz II (retest) – closes Thursday 9/29

Misc-05-june

Econ: Earn a Living


Earning a Living
We participated in a simulation called Earning a Living. The activity helps us understand the relationship among households and business firms. In the simulation, households sell to business the resources it must have to produce a product. Households use the income they earned from selling resources to buy from business the goods and services their households requires. These goods and services are called ECONOS. You can satisfy all your household needs and desires by purchasing ECONOS, which are the products produced by business. Business firms supply to households the goods and services they desire, and to earn a profit in the process.


Homework:
Chapter 2 Quiz II (retest) – closes Thursday 9/29

Arrows-02-june

HGov: Chapter 10 Review


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Chapter 10 Mass Media Review


Homework:
Chapter 6 Quiz II (retest) – closes Thursday 9/29

Misc-05-june

Econ: Rules and Incentives


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Today’s lesson demonstrated how rules and incentives influence people’s economic behavior. Incentives are actions, awards, or rewards that determine the choices people make. Incentives can be positive or negative. When incentives change, people change their behaviors in predictable ways. People cooperate and govern their actions through both written and unwritten rules that determine methods of allocating scarce resources. These rules determine what is produced, how it is produced, and for whom it is produced. As the rules change, so do individual choices, incentives, and behavior.


Homework:
Chapter 2 Quiz II – closes Thursday 9/29

Arrows-02-june