Monday, March 24

# Monday, March 24

## Monday, March 24

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1. Monday, March 24 • Activities: • Return propensities practice and discuss FRQ. • Aggregate model interactive lecture • Homework: • Propensities FRQ TOMORROW! • Chapter 12 reading notes due Wednesday! • Warm-up #6: What are the components of GDP? What are the components of aggregate expenditures?

2. Tuesday, March 25 • Activities: • FRQ • Finish practice from yesterday. • Work on reading notes. • Homework: • Chapter 12 reading notes due tomorrow! • Warm-up #7: If consumption increases by \$1000 and the MPS is 0.1, then by how much will GDP increase?

3. Wednesday, March 26 • Activities: • Turn in reading notes. • SSR/FRQ • Continue aggregate model interactive lecture. • Practice • Homework: • None! • Warm-up #8: What is the spending multiplier used for?

4. Thursday, March 27 • Activities: • Finish intro practices. • Short-Run Equilibrium Price Level and Output practice • Homework: • Aggregate model FRQ on Monday! • Warm-up #9: If resource cost increases, then what will happen to PL and GDPr? Hint: Draw the graph!!!

5. Friday, March 28 • Activities: • Go over practices. • Graphing sheet • Problems associated with short-run aggregate model • Homework: • Aggregate model FRQ on Tuesday! • Warm-up #10: What are the determinants of AD? What are the determinants of short-run AS?

6. Monday, March 31 • Activities: • Fiscal policy interactive lecture • Discuss FRQ. • Homework: • FRQ tomorrow! • Warm-up #11: What problem occurs when there is an increase in AD?

7. Tuesday, April 1 • Activities: • FRQ • SSR • Homework: • None! • Warm-up #12: Draw a correctly-labeled aggregate model graph showing what happens when there is an increase in consumption.

8. Wednesday, April 2 • Activities: • Long-run aggregate model interactive lecture • Practice (if time) • Homework: • None! • Warm-up #13: What does an economy need in order to have economic growth?

9. Thursday, April 3 • Activities: • Pop quiz • Continue aggregate model. • Practice • Homework: • STUDY! • No warm-up!

10. Friday, April 4 • Activities: • Pop quiz • Graphing practice • Finish Long-Run practice. • Homework: • STUDY! • No warm-up.

11. Monday, April 7 • Activities: • Pop quiz • Aggregate Model Mini-FRQs • Homework: • STUDY! • No warm-up!

12. Pop Quiz #3 • Draw a correctly-labeled short-run aggregate model graph. • Draw a correctly-labeled money market graph. • Draw a correctly-labeled loanable funds market graph.

13. Tuesday, April 8 • Activities: • Pop quiz • Finish mini-FRQs. • Short-Run Phillips Curve activity • Homework: • TEST NEXT TUESDAY! • No warm-up!

14. Pop Quiz #4 • Draw a correctly-labeled short-run aggregate model graph. • Draw a correctly-labeled money market graph. • Draw a correctly-labeled loanable funds market graph.

15. Wednesday, April 9 • Activities: • SSR • Phillips Curve interactive lecture • Homework: • TEST NEXT TUESDAY! • Warm-up #14: How is stagflation shown on the Phillips Curve?

16. Thursday, April 10 • Activities: • Graphing sheet • Unit 4 summary questions • Homework: • TEST ON TUESDAY! • Warm-up #15: If the economy is in a recession, what will the Fed do?

17. Friday, April 11 • Activities: • Unit 4 summary questions • Homework: • TEST ON TUESDAY! • Warm-up #16 (turn in today): How will an increase in AD be shown on the Phillips Curve?

18. Monday, April 14 • Activities: • Practice FRQs • Homework: • TEST TOMORROW! • FRQ test on Friday! • No warm-up!

19. Tuesday, April 15 • Activities: • TEST – you need a pencil! • Homework: • FRQ test on Friday! • No warm-up!

20. Wednesday, April 16 • Activities: • SSR • Reassessment info • Discuss Friday’s FRQ test. • Work on reading notes. • Homework: • FRQ test on Friday! • Chapter 6 RN due on Tuesday!

21. Unit 4 Reassessment • Remember: • You must have all notes and formative work completed and in your binder. See the overview sheet for specific information. • You must complete the re-teach. If you need help, come to tutorials. • You must attend a reassessment. You cannot be late! • Reassessment tutorial times: • Monday, April 21 – 7:30am or 3:40pm • Tuesday, April 22 – 7:30am or 3:40pm

22. Thursday, April 17 • Activities: • 2nd period – AP bubbling after announcement – PICK UP A RETEACH IF YOU NEED ONE! • Work on reading notes and/or study. • Homework: • Chapter 6 RN due on Tuesday! • FRQ test tomorrow! • No warm-up!

23. Friday, April 18 • Activities: • FRQ test – you need a pencil, a sheet of paper and your graphing sheet! • Homework: • Chapter 6 RN due on Tuesday! • Reassessment change: • Monday – 7:30am • NO MONDAY AFTERNOON! • Tuesday – 7:30am and 3:40pm • Wednesday – 3:40pm

24. Monday, April 21 • Activities: • Absolute and Comparative Advantage interactive lecture • Homework: • Chapter 6 RN due tomorrow! • Warm-up #1 (start a new sheet): Why do nations trade?

25. Tuesday, April 22 • Activities: • Turn in reading notes. • FRQ test reassessment info • Practice • Homework: • Absolute and comparative advantage FRQ on Friday! • Chapter 38 RN due next Tuesday! • Warm-up #2: Nation X and Nation Y have the same amount of resources. Nation X can produce 1000 widgets, and Nation Y can produce 500 widgets. Who has the absolute advantage in producing widgets?

26. Reassessment for FRQ Test • Remember: • You must have all notes and formative work completed and in your binder. See the overview sheet for specific information. • You must come in for tutorials and correct your original test. • You must come in during regular tutorials to do the reassessment. • Reteach and reassessment must be completed by Wednesday, May 7 at 4:00 pm. • Regular tutorials are Monday through Wednesday mornings starting at 7:40 and Monday through Wednesday afternoons until 4:00. There will be NO tutorials Monday, May 5.

27. Wednesday, April 23 • Activities: • SSR • Balance of Payments interactive lecture • Homework: • Comparative Advantage practice due tomorrow! • FRQ on Friday! • Chapter 38 RN due Tuesday! • Warm-up #3: Nation X gives up 3 gizmos for each widget it produces. Nation Y gives up 6 gizmos for each widget it produces. Which nation has the comparative advantage in widgets?

28. Thursday, April 24 • Activities: • Finish Balance of Payments lecture. • Practice • Homework: • FRQ tomorrow! • Chapter 38 RN due Tuesday! • Warm-up #4:

29. Friday, April 25 • Activities: • FRQ • Work on reading notes. • Homework: • Chapter 38 RN due Tuesday! • Warm-up #5:

30. Week of 04/28 • M – FX • T – FX • W – SSR; FX • R – go over; review • F – (sub) RN/review • Week of 05/05: • M – (sub) RN/review • T – test • W – SSR; connections • R – connections • F - connections

31. Week of 05/12 • M – Review • T – Review • W – SSR; Review • R – (sub?) video • F - video • Week of 05/19 • M – Review • T – test • W – SSR; Life and money • R – Life and money • F - ?

32. Week of 05/26 • M – Credit card • T – Credit card • W – SSR; review • R – review • F - review • Week of 06/02 • M – review • T – exams 1, 2, 7 • W – exams 3, 4 • R – exams 5, 6