Price Ceiling Teacher Resources
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How do price ceilings result in shortages in the United States economy? Watch as an instructor uses graphs to illustrate this concept, as well as how price floors result in surpluses; all in less than 60 seconds!
What are the implications when consumers are willing to pay more for something than what they actually end up paying? Similarly, what happens when producers sell for more than they expect? Here is a video where an economics instructor...
What is dead weight loss in microeconomics, and how does it relate to efficiency in a monopoly and society as a whole? An economics instructor explains these concepts in detail in a brief five-minute video.
The informational textbook covers topics like supply, demand, price ceilings, and markets for goods and services. Scholars also review vocabulary and test their knowledge of the material with the assessments provided within the resource.
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Here is a fantastic and relevant question to discuss with your class members. Using detailed reading material and a related worksheet, your learners will learn about labor markets, equilibrium wages, price floors, and who exactly would...
Discussing first the elasticity of demand and then the element of supply, these slides present graphs and bullet points that would easily supplement your economics lecture. Viewers will appreciate the pacing of the slides, making it easy...
Have your class apply concepts from lectures and use from simple examples to discuss more complex problems that have been reported in the news. This is a lecture driven lesson with a lot of interesting information.
When prices get too high, the government should put price controls in place, right? Not necessarily. A video from Crash Course Economics explains how price controls can affect the equilibrium price of a product, and potentially lead to a...
Twelfth graders explore how markets exist whenever buyers and sellers exchange goods and services and that market prices are determined through the buying and selling decisions made by buyers and sellers. They also study how the market...
Learners explore the role of government in the economy market. In this economics lesson, students analyze the decision making and how it takes into consideration additional cost, benefits and public awareness of what they are trying to...
Students examine how he world eats breakfast. In this food choices lesson, students work in groups to list breakfast foods and their ingredients and find goods and consumers on the list. The, students use the Internet to complete a...
Students determine the influence of World War II on women's roles in society. Students research the answers to questions about how women were able to enter jobs that had not been open to them before the war and how this affected society....
Students explain how markets work and the role of prices within markets is an important key to being able to explain and predict economic behavior. In true markets, prices are determined by the interaction of buyers and sellers.
Students engage in research that investigates the economic concept of supply and demand. They look at the problem and how it can shift periodically in an economy. Students graph different quantities and see the shift in a visual way and...