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FEB 11 MISSED CLASS MATERIAL You have to do the following, in a slightly different format as I have ‘recorded’ with voice over the news, hw review and additional slides. 1. Watch a short video clip on youtube 2. View my explanations for selected news headlines 3. Print and then view my explanations for Selected HW 4 Questions 4. Print and then view my explanations for revised NIPA slides 5. Use the chat rooms to ask for help for anything you don’t understand. 6. BE PREPARED FOR SOME CLICKER QUESTIONS NEXT CLASS BASED ON 1-4 IMPORTANT – TO VIEW THE VOICE OVER VIDEOS BELOW, YOUR BROWSER MUST HAVE FLASH AND JAVASCRIPT. IF NOT, TRY A DIFFERENT COMPUTER. 1. Watch the “gdp growth is not necessarily good” clip at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0q lEATP 9Y a. What’s the point? b. Do you agree? c. What about treating cancer – should that be included in GDP?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. WHAT’S DOING IN THE NEWS (and what does it mean?) In Sakai, go to Resources, click on WEEK 4 MISSED CLASSES folder and then click on NEWS.HTML – you will view a set of headlines and my voice over discussion of them. If you want to print the headlines, it is called NEWS.PDF 3. HW QUESTIONS FROM HW4 THAT GAVE MANY PEOPLE TROUBLE. Go to Resources, click on WEEK 4 MISSED CLASSES folder and then click on HW4.HTML – you will view the hw questions and a discussion of the correct answers. To print the questions in advance, click on HW4,PDF 4. ADDITIONAL SLIDES Go to Resources, click on WEEK 4 MISSED CLASSES folder and then click on NIPAREV.HTML – you will see the weeks slides and a discussion of them. To print the slides, including the clicker questions, in advance, click on NIPAREV.PDF...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course 220 103 taught by Professor Sheflin during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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