Free Enterprise Vocabulary Bingo uses words and pictures related to economic concepts and the free enterprise system to build vocabulary while playing a fun game! Students create their own bingo cards either by writing or by cutting and glueing 24 choices onto a blank card.
Economics: The Free Enterprise System (3rd Grade Social Studies Unit)In this 2-4 week unit, students learn the basics of economics through interactive classroom simulations and engaging activities. The unit is broken into 3 sections:Part 1: Personal Finances Students begin by imagining their life in the future as you travel to the newly discovered planet "Futura." Here, students must make choices about their home, vehicle, food, and fun and balance these wants and needs with the job they…
In a Democratic society, the distribution of wealth among society leads to a prosperous economy. The endorsement of the free enterprise system leads to freedom to open a private business in which their is little government order.
In this book I proudly present valid information unknown to most Americans which shows the rise of America in becoming the most powerful, influential and respected nation the world has ever known. This feat could only be accomplished through our Constitutional Republic and our free enterprise system.
Artist: Banksy [follow this link to find a short video featuring Slavoj Zizek, who argues that capitalism has transformed so that morality has become a commodity: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/videos/zizek-critiques-cultural-capitalism]
This 9 page packet contains everything you need to conduct a lesson on the the Free Enterprise System.Your students will learn the 7 features of the Free Enterprise System: Voluntary Exchange, Competition, Economic Freedom, Contracts, Self-Interest, Profit motive, and Private property. They will also examine excerpts from the US Constitution and Bill of Rights to understand how the government regulates the Free Enterprise System.