Crash Course Economics: A Study Guide of Worksheets for Economics
Biografía del autor
Roger Morante graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor's Degree in English/Creative Writing (1996) and from Pepperdine University with a Masters in Education (2005). He is currently an AP US History and AP Government high school teacher in Los Angeles, California who works with low-income inner city teenagers and has had marketable success with his students' passage of the AP exams each May. Prior to his teaching career, he was formally a sports and news journalist as well as an editor for the Santa Monica Mirror Newspaper in Santa Monica, California.
Descripción del libro
This book effectively translates author YouTube video sensation Adriene Hill's and Jacob Clifford's economics Crash Courses into guided question worksheets. Students follow along with Adriene Hill's and Jacob Clifford's online Crash Courses and reflect upon both macroeconomics and microeconomics using this interactive guiding question workbook. A quick type in on the Google search engine or YouTube of "Crash Course Economics" will take one to the desired site of where 35 episodes can be found. Common Core English standards are followed in all questions inside of the Crash Course Economics workbook helping students tap into level 3 and 4 DOK (Depth of Knowledge) thinking skills surrounding court cases and legal laws relevant to economics while actively learning and listening to Adriene Hill's and Jacob Clifford's YouTube Economics videos. This workbook can be used to focus students either with or without headphones on a laptop while watching the desired YouTube video thus eliminating distraction and maximizing student output. Questions posed are in accordance with high school AP U.S. economics standards (aka college level U.S. economics standards) and can be used in order to improve test scores, content understanding, and effectively build upon essay structure in writing. Target audience includes but is not limited to native English speakers and English language learners ages 16-24. Note: Those without access to YouTube access can still use these guiding questions as a guide in order find answers using a comprehensive economics book, and can look up answers using bolded key terms and vocabulary. Questions posed in this book are meant to inspire paragraph development including intro, thesis, body, and conclusion paragraph structure while affording the reader opportunities to analyze, evaluate, and reflect about the shape and role of macroeconomics and microeconomics relative to the United States economy.
Público al que se apunta
Students of economics ages 16-24.
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
Diseño de inspiración
Winner from Government and Politics design
Winner from US History design
Winner from World History design
for Crash Course Economics
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Necesidades de diseño
Please look at previous versions of Crash Course workbooks included for ideas. Sometimes simpler is better. I am looking for a design specifically a symbol that represents economics. Symbol should be innovative, creative, and original. Please do not copy somebody else's work. Symbol should be matted on a white background with " Crash Course Economics: A Study Guide of Worksheets for Economics" label on the top. Think of money.
Lo que debe evitarse
no cliche items. No dark and dreary or overly ornate.
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