Daily Warm-Ups: Economics
Use 180 quick questions as mental warm-ups at the start of a class, time fillers at class's end, or transitions in the middle. Critical thinking is required as students draw and interpret diagrams, explain equations, and write one-paragraph essays. The questions cover the full range of high school economics topics, from ideal markets to autonomous consumption, aggregate supply, and diminishing marginal utility.
|Subject||SOCIAL STUDIES, Economics|
|Publisher||J. Weston Walch|