It can be difficult for students to understand the new vocabulary that comes with a new topic. This paperless resource, available for download from Google Drive®, is a fun way for your students to expand their Business and Economics Vocabulary.
Six Economics themed words are featured in this digital flipbook and students are required to define, use and identify each word in several ways. This resource includes moveable pieces to make it more interactive and engaging.
Everything you need in this resource.
How do I get this resource?
After downloading and unzipping the file you will find a pdf with a link to access this resource in Google Drive for use in your paperless classroom on iPads, laptops or computers. Whether you use Google Classroom®, OneDrive®, SeeSaw®, Blackboard® or another app our What are Needs and Wants digital activity allows you to share assignments with your students so that they can access, edit, submit/print from any computer or device.
Why Should I Use Digital Resources?
Many schools are moving towards a 1:1 approach to teaching and learning and many others are utilising technology more in their classrooms. Using tech-based assignments/assessments is one way to maximise technology in your classroom!
This resource is:
→ Accessible from any computer or device
→ Highly engaging
How Can I Use This Resource?
When you purchase this file you will receive:
★A PDF file for printable pages if needed/desired
★Your Google Slides product link (located in the PDF file)
★An interactive Google Slides Product that students will complete online. The file can then be printed/submitted electronically for an individualized assessment.
★ Teacher notes and instructions
★ An interactive activity for your students supplied in Google Slides format
★ A pdf guide to help you use this file in the various classroom apps available.
Australian Curriculum Links:
ACHASSK119 – The difference between needs and wants and why choices need to be made about how limited resources are used.
ACHASSI099 – Examine different viewpoints on actions, events, issues and phenomena in the past and present.