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Warm – Up June 28, 2010. In a traditional economy, how are economic decisions made? a. custom and habit b. government leaders c. consumers and planners d. both consumers and producers. Activator Brain Pop Video. Video is about natural resources

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Warm – UpJune 28, 2010

  • In a traditional economy, how are economic decisions made?

    a. custom and habit

    b. government leaders

    c. consumers and planners

    d. both consumers and producers


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ActivatorBrain Pop Video

  • Video is about natural resources

    • We need to correlate this with the presence or absence of natural resources and how it effects the economic growth of South Africa.

  • Pay close attention to what is being said!!

    http://www.brainpop.com


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Essential Question

How does the distribution of diamonds, gold, uranium, and oil shape the economies of Africa?

What is the role of entrepreneurship in Africa?


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Standard

  • SS7E3- The student will describe factors that influence economic growth and examine their presence or absence in Nigeria and South Africa.

    a. Explain how the distribution of diamonds, gold, uranium, and oil affects the economic development of Africa.

    b. Describe the role of entrepreneurship.


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Work Period

  • Students will be given a passage to read about how the distribution of diamonds, gold, uranium, and oil effects the economic development of Africa. (Green Sheet)

  • Lets quickly look at this together!


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Directions

  • Students are going to pretend they are entrepreneurs for the day and have to come up with creative ways to produce these goods and services mentioned in the passage.

    • Students will produce an advertisement using the natural resources of gold, diamonds, oil, and uranium.

    • Revert to your rubric for grading

  • Directions: You will be given a piece of paper and crayons and in your learning group—you will make an advertisement selling goods or services that are in South Africa or Nigeria.

  • BE CREATIVE!!!!!!!!!!!


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Example

Come to South Africa and experience the best gold on the PLANET!


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Closing: Final Countdown-

  • Students will complete the final countdown stating:

    • Three things I have learned

      • Two Ahha moments

        • One question


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