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Economics Full Curriculum Bundle - Full Year - Distance Learning - Google Drive

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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Homeschool
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    Bundle Use Instructions & Google Drive Access PDF


    The curriculum is a living bundle that includes Google Drive access; updated 2020-2021! Intended for 11th and/or 12th grade. I detail all days for the entire year, and include FULL descriptions of all content and concepts with new teachers in mind. You won’t have to lift a finger!

    My Economics Curriculum is uniquely designed to progressively teach students the economic history that contributed to contemporary economic practices and apply the economic concepts firsthand. I utilize a highly-effective method in which students progress through various historical economic eras to learn how and why certain practices were adopted. Additionally, as students learn about each new economic theory, practice, or institution, they learn how to apply the micro and macroeconomic principles.

    Unit 1 functions as the base point that establishes the context from which modern micro & macroeconomics emerged before thrusting them into their progressive, course-long business projects.In Units 2-4, students actively begin their own modern, digital businesses that grapple with and, as they learn progressively about various concepts chronologically, apply modern 20th & 21st century principles, regulations, and practices to their own business throughout the year.

    It's a new approach that I have found, after several years of teaching the class, most-effectively impresses the concepts & information on students, and engages them in economic games, scenarios, and teaches them to apply the skills in real life.

    Includes full curriculum for Economics:

    Teaching Materials


    • 8 editable multiple-choice quizzes + keys
    • 2 multiple-choice tests + keys (includes Midterm and Final)
    • 8 short answer questions + keys
    • 6+ essays to choose from + keys
    • Simplified essay and project rubrics


    • Comprehensive Review Timeline
    • Personalized Review Games
    • Profile information for Quizlet
    • PDF on how I teach writing, content, grade, structure the class, and review


    Content Covered in Unit 1

    • The historical emergence & development of Pre-Modern Economics
    • Trade and barter
    • Classical economic innovations
    • Post-Classical economic innovations
    • Command economies
    • Caste systems & peasant agriculture
    • Common land
    • Tariffs, imports, & exports
    • The historical emergence & development of Early-Modern Economics
    • Joint stock investing
    • Corporations
    • Venture capitalism
    • Modern banking systems
    • The multiplier effect
    • Proto-industrialization
    • The emergence of private property & economic liberty
    • Commercialization
    • The Enclosure Movement
    • Real economic growth

    Content Covered in Unit 2

    • The historical emergence of Modern Economics
    • Explanation market economy fundamentals: competition, market pricing, free trade, and the Invisible Hand
    • Supply & Demand
    • Laws of Supply and Demand
    • Microeconomic Graphing, Interpretation, & Calculation
    • Shortage, Surplus, & Equilibrium
    • Determinants of Demand
    • Changes in Supply & Demand
    • Price Factors
    • Marginal Utility
    • Opportunity Cost
    • Factors of Production
    • Cost of Production
    • The historical emergence of the Industrial Revolution
    • Absolute Advantage
    • Comparative Advantage
    • Calculating Trade Advantage

    Content Covered in Unit 3

    • Early Free Market Issues (cronyism, monopolies, etc.)
    • Economic Downcycles
    • Speculation & Deflation
    • Great Depression causes & remedy attempts
    • The Historical Emergence of Interventionism
    • Keynesian Economics / Demand-Side Economics
    • The New Deal & Impact
    • Labor Union Rise & Decline
    • Macroeconomic Concepts
    • GDP & GNP
    • Real and Nominal Data
    • Fiscal Policy
    • Monetary Policy
    • The Welfare State
    • Price Controls (price ceilings & price floors)
    • Nixon's Gold Standard Removal
    • Unemployment (cyclical, structural, etc.)
    • The Great Society & Impact
    • Social Reforms

    Content Covered in Unit 4

    • The Oil Crisis of 1973
    • Stagflation
    • Neoliberalism and Austerity
    • Supply-Side Economics
    • Chicago School of Economic Thought
    • Milton Friedman and Monetarism
    • The Federal Reserve System
    • The Age of Information
    • Globalization and Anti-Globalization
    • The Great Recession
    • The Knowledge Economy


    I also have plenty of other AP History, AP Psychology, and regular social science resources below, including full curriculum bundles, full unit bundles, activity bundles, writing bundles, and more!

    Full Curriculum & Unit 1-9 Bundles (all updated for 2019-2020!)

    AP World History: Modern

    AP U.S. History

    AP Psychology

    AP European History

    U.S. History (regular)

    World History (regular)


    Skill Development & Classroom Activities, Tests, DBQs, LEQs, SAQs, Unit Guides, Review Sheets (all updated for 2019-2020!)

    AP World History: Modern

    AP U.S. History

    AP Psychology

    AP European History

    Review Videos

    YouTube Review Videos (AP World, AP Euro, APUSH, AP Psych, & Economics)

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