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ECONOMICS: Today and Tomorrow (2008) Reading Essentials and Note Taking Guide, Workbook

 
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This Student Workbook incorporates interactive reading strategies with core content from the “ECONOMICS: Today and Tomorrow” textbook written at a lower level than the textbook to help struggling readers and ELL (English Language Learner) students. Some texts will also be useful for ESL/EFL reading comprehension exercises on social studies topics.
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Using this book helps students remember and understand what they read. They can use this Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide to improve test scores. Some key parts of this booklet are:
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- Graphic Organizers
- The Cornell Note-Taking System
- Vocabulary Development
- Writing Prompts and Note-Taking
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CONTENTS
Chapter 1: What is Economics?
Chapter 2: Economic Systems and the American Economy
Chapter 3: Your Role as a Consumer
Chapter 4: Going into Debt
Chapter 5: Buying the Necessities
Chapter 6: Saving and Investing
Chapter 7: Demand and Supply
Chapter 8: Business Organizations
Chapter 9: Competition and Monopolies
Chapter 10: Financing and Producing Goods
Chapter 11: Marketing and Distribution
Chapter 12: The American Labor Force
Chapter 13: Measuring the Economy’s Performance
Chapter 14: Money and Banking
Chapter 15: The Federal Reserve System and Monetary Policy
Chapter 16: Government Spends, Collects, and Owes
Chapter 17: Stabilizing the National Economy
Chapter 18: Trading with Other Nations
Chapter 19: Economic Growth in Developing Nations
Chapter 20: The Global Economy



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