FOR UNIT 4
2.4 Fiscal policy
A. The government budget
A1.The government budget: Sources of government revenue
A2. The government budget: Explain that the government earns
revenue primarily from taxes (direct and indirect), as well as
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The Teacher Notes were developed to help teachers understand the depth and breadth of the standards. In some cases,
information provided in this document goes beyond the scope of the standards and can be used for background and
Economics Foundations Review
Economics-social science that studies allocation of scarce resources and goods
Resources/Factors of Production- land(natural), labor (human), capital( previously made goods
used to produce something else), entrepreneurship
- Macroeconomics large picture, whole economy.
- GDP = C + G + I + X
o C Consumer Spending
o I Investment Spending
o G Government Spending
o X Net exports = imports - exports
- Inflation the general rise in price
Personal Finance Review
Personal Decision Making Model
2. Credit Unions- members only
3. Savings and loans- focused banks for savings and mortgages
4. Payday loan pla
The Economics EOCT is fast approaching. The test date is Friday, May 16th, 2014 from 8:20 until 11:00 a.m.
In preparation of the upcoming EOCT, I have developed a shorten version of the state EOCT study guide to help students study. The
Guidelines for Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE)
SAE, or experiential learning, is an essential component of the agriculture, food, and natural
resources (AFNR) program and relates to all courses in agricultural education or the students
SAE Guidelines U2WS1
1. What are the 8 agriculture education pathways?
2. What is a SAE?
3. What does the acronym AFNR mean?
4. What are the 3 essential elements of a SAE?
5. Which essential element is beyond scheduled class time?
6. What i
The Past, Present
Introduction to Agriculture
1. Explain how, when, and why the FFA was
2 Explain the mission and strategies, colors, motto,
salute, parts of the emblem, and the
1.1 Principles and Technology of Agriscience
What is FFA? And FFA Basics (National FFA ppt)
1. Draw and describe the Three Circle Model.
2. What is the FFA Mission?
3. What are the three pillars of the FFA Mission?
4. What is the FFA Motto?
Official FFA Student Handbook
The Big Picture
Three Circle Model
FFA makes a positive difference in the
lives of students by developing their
potential for premier leadership,
Lesson: What is FFA?
Answer the following questions on a separate piece of paper.
MUST BE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES:
What are the 3 parts of the agricultural education program?
What can you get out of FFA?
How can you demonstrate p
What is FFA?
d. describe FFA to your employer/boss
e. describe FFA to a younger cousin
IA 5 min
Activity 1 10-20 min
Activity 2 10 min
f. describe FFA to a politician or local civic