Domain: econedlink.org

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Economics and Financial Literacy
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Economics and Financial Literacy
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Economics and Financial Literacy
Aligns with National Standards
econedlink.org
Free K-12 Math Lesson Plans
Use "Math in the Real World" to teach your
students personal finance concepts.
econedlink.org/topics/7
Free K-12 Lesson Plans
Economics and Financial Literacy‎
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EconEdLink | Funny Money or Phony Money?
Mar 14, 2008 ... Some people try to make fake money. Making fake money is a crime called ... When they are done, they will be able to print out a list of the ...
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EconEdLink | Funny Money or Phony Money?
Mar 14, 2008 ... Some people try to make fake money. Making fake money is a crime called ... When they are done, they will be able to print out a list of the ...
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EconEdLink | WHERE DID ALL THE MONEY GO? The Great Depression Mystery
In this lesson, you will read a brief passage that poses the mystery, ' How did the Great Depression happen?' As detectives, you will gather clues using the ...
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EconEdLink | Focus on Economic Data: United States International ...
Oct 18, 2002 ... In 2001, the United States exported more capital goods (for example, semiconductors, computer accessories, and electrical equipment and ...
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EconEdLink | Focus on Economic Data: United States International ...
In 2000, the United States exported more capital goods than we imported. Food, feed, and beverages exported and imported were about the same. ...
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EconEdLink | What Happened to Railroads?
Jun 7, 2007 ... What advantages do these competitors have over rail travel? Have students click herefor another online interactive activity. ...
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EconEdLink | My Credit Rating: Why Should I Care?
Jan 9, 2001 ... How do credit decisions affect your life for many years? ... and have used this lesson to help me write a paper for my Business Principles ...
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EconEdLink | Online Mayhem I: Metallica Versus Napster
Dec 12, 2000 ... What is it exactly that Napster does? Well, if you have downloaded any music from the Internet lately, you utilized a musical file format ...
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EconEdLink | Online Mayhem I: Metallica Versus Napster
Dec 12, 2000 ... Online Mayhem I - Metallica VS Napster is designed as a way for you to explore the controversy of online music distribution. ...
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EconEdLink | Take a Risk on Investor Island (Part III)
May 17, 2005 ... This is the third lesson is a series of three lessons, please have your students complete Take a Risk on Investor Island (Part 1) and Take a ...
 
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