Bring your Business and Economics lessons to life with hands-on activities that help them to understand the concept of consumers and define and identify goods, services.
Worried about teaching Business and Economics because you don’t know the difference between the NASDAQ and the All Ords? Don’t stress we’ve got you covered, and you don’t need an Economics degree or even read the business pages.
This activity pack will help your students define and identify Goods and Services and explore their role as Consumers.
By interacting with classmates and considering their own experiences as a consumer your students will become experts in:
- Defining and identifying Goods and Services and discussing how they interact.
- Exploring their role as a consumer and how their consumer choices impact the community and economy both globally and locally.
You know they learn better when they can make real-life connections. Well, the following activities do just that:
- What Are Consumers? Worksheet
- Am I A Consumer? Brainstorming Sheet
- What are Goods and Services? foldable sorting activity.
And to we’ve included:
- A detailed lesson plan.
Your business and economics lessons don’t have to be as boring as the stock market report!
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Australian Curriculum Content? Consider it done!
You can tick off the following Curriculum descriptors!
- ACHASSI101 – Evaluate evidence to draw conclusions
- ACHASSI102 – Work in groups to generate responses to issues and challenges
- ACHASSK119 – explaining reasons for differences in needs and wants for different groups
- ACHASSK120 – types of resources (natural, human, capital) and the ways societies use them to satisfy the needs and wants of present and future generations
- ACHASSI130 – Work in groups to generate responses to issues and challenges.
- ACHASSI131 – Use criteria to make decisions and judgements and consider the advantages and disadvantages of preferring one decision over others.