Advanced Placement Economics: Teacher Resource Manual by John S. Morton

Advanced Placement Economics: Teacher Resource Manual

Book Title: Advanced Placement Economics: Teacher Resource Manual

Publisher: National Council on Economic Education

ISBN: 1561835668

Author: John S. Morton


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Advanced Placement Economics is the perfect complement to your college-level economics textbook. Use these proven activity-based lessons to clearly illustrate and reinforce the economic principles you introduce in your lectures. You'’ll raise your teaching know-how to a new level and deliver confidence-building lessons that thoroughly prepare your students for the AP Economics exams. 1. Advanced Placement Economics: Teacher Resource Manual Use this powerful teacher guide to support your existing AP Economics curriculum. Unit plans give you a broad overview of the key AP Economics concepts, and the daily lesson plans are an in-depth guide through the most crucial economics principles. Your Manual includes: Time-saving unit plans -– develop a teaching strategy that gets the key economic concepts across quickly and efficiently Practical daily lesson plans - easy step-by-step procedures show you how to deliver a memorable lesson Helpful visuals to the student activities -– you'’ll get plain language overheads that demonstrate vital concepts Answers to sample multiple-choice questions, sample free response questions, and activities You'll also get activity-based lessons that are NOT in the Student Activity Books... a great way to add fresh, new content to your classroom.

Also Available:

Advanced Placement Economics - Microeconomics: Student Activities - ISBN 1561835684
Advanced Placement Economics - Macroeconomics : Student Activities - ISBN 1561835676

The Council for Economic Education envisions a world in which people are empowered through economic and financial literacy to make informed and responsible choices throughout their lives as consumers, savers, investors, workers, citizens, and participants in our global economy.

Some of the areas in K-12 education we publish in include:

- Establishing and building credit

- Managing personal finances

- Understanding economics on a local, national, and global level

- Using economics in other subject areas: Social Studies, Geography, History, etc.