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Economic Basics. CTE intro FACS Tomorrows Millionaires. Wants and Needs:. Wants are things that are nice to have. They are unlimited! Television Candy Lots of clothes Video games Cell phone Etc. Needs are necessary to survival. You may die without them! Food Water Shelter Clothing.

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economic basics

Economic Basics

CTE intro FACS

Tomorrows Millionaires

wants and needs
Wants and Needs:
  • Wants are things that are nice to have. They are unlimited!
    • Television
    • Candy
    • Lots of clothes
    • Video games
    • Cell phone
    • Etc.
  • Needs are necessary to survival. You may die without them!
    • Food
    • Water
    • Shelter
    • Clothing
resources
Resources:
  • When resources are limited, people have to make choices.
  • Economic resources are what we use to produce goods and services.
  • Economic resources are natural, human and capital.
  • Goods are things you can touch, wear, eat, use, etc.
  • Services are what others do for you.
  • The role of government involves deciding how resources are used.
  • An economic system is the way a country decides who gets what resources.
human resources
Human Resources:
  • mental or physical work by people
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Capital Resources:

  • tractors, computers, equipment, buildings, etc.
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Natural Resources:

  • air, water, land, plants, gifts of nature
choices
Choices:
  • Choices involve costs and benefits.
  • Each choice has both positives and negatives.
  • Our job is to choose so that the limited resources we have are used in the best way possible.
  • Choices can involve your time, your health, your money, your relationships, your values, your integrity, etc.
  • Opportunity cost is the term used to express the difference between what you chose and what you gave up.
affects
Affects:
  • Choices can affect ourselves.
  • Choices can affect others.
  • Choices can affect our community.
  • Choices can affect our world.
  • Choices can affect our future.
  • Choices can affect our children.
  • Choices can affect our families.
  • Choices can affect our careers.
  • Choices can affect our happiness.
  • Choices can affect our health.
  • The affects of our choices are unavoidable.
consequences
Consequences:
  • Consequences are the outcome as a result of a choice or action.
  • Consequences we experience may be the result of someone else's choice or action.
  • Consequences can be immediate.
  • Consequences can lie in the future.
  • Consequences can be obvious.
  • Consequences can appear to be obscure.
  • You cannot avoid consequences.