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1
Economics Bell Ringer Wednesday, November 14, 2012
  • USE LAST WEEKS BELL RINGER SHEET
  • What is specialization?
  • Why is specialization a benefit to market
    systems?
  • Why do we need markets if we specialize?

2
Economics Classwork Wednesday, November 14, 2012
  • 36 Cost of Voting MEL-Con Paragraph
  • Pick one of the statements. Argue one side or
    the other.
  • Cite each specific piece of evidence
  • For example 14 of 18-24 year olds stated one of
    the top reasons they didnt vote was because they
    were out of town during the 2008 Presidential
    Election (US Census Bureau).
  • DEADLINES
  • Thursday (11/15) Revised Rough Draft
  • Friday (11/16) by 1159PM Typed Final Draft
  • Send by Email to hvasu-devan_at_cps.edu
  • No late assignments accepted (unless you make
    arrangements ahead of time)
  • Monday (11/19) Signed and Revised Rough Draft
    and Packet

3
Economics Bell Ringer Thursday, November 15, 2012
  • Pick an economic system and explain how it
    considers each of the 5 goals and answers the 3
    economic questions

Todays Handouts 37 11/15 Ch 3.3 Book Work
4
Economics Bell Ringer Friday, November 16, 2012
  • DO TODAYs BELL RINGER ON SCRATCH PAPER AND
    STAPLE TO BELL RINGER SHEET AND TURN IN
  • Pick one of the agents in the circular flow of
    income and output households or firms. Explain
    how this agent participates in the factor and
    product markets

5
Economics Classwork Thursday, November 15, 2012
  • 37 Ch 3.3 Book Work (due Wednesday 11/21)
  • Notes, Key Terms, Checkpoint Questions p. 62-67
  • P.67 2, 6-9
  • DEADLINES
  • Thursday (11/15) in Class Revision Form and
    Rough Drafts
  • Friday (11/16) by 1159PM Typed Final Draft
  • Send by Email to hvasu-devan_at_cps.edu
  • No late assignments accepted (unless you make
    arrangements ahead of time)
  • Monday (11/19) Revision Form, Rough Draft and
    Packet
  • Wednesday (11/21) Ch 3.3 Book Work

6
Economics Bell Ringer Monday, November 19, 2012
  • What role does the government play in a mixed
    economy?
  • What do we need government for?

Todays Handouts 38 11/19 Bell Ringer
(11/19-11/21) 39 11/19 PPT Notes Ch 3.3
7
Economics Bell Ringer Tuesday, November 20, 2012
  • Explain what is market failure?
  • What are two characteristics of public goods?

8
Economics Bell Ringer Wednesday, November 21, 2012
  • HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
  • Government Cost/Benefit Analysis
  • Proposal There is an overcrowded high school
    with 5,000 students. Proposal to build a new
    high school in the neighborhood for half the
    students to reduce class size and provide more
    opportunities for students
  • Funding A federal government loan, paid back by
    increasing local property taxes 10 percent
    annually for 12 years
  • Is school a public good? Why/why not?
  • Are there any positive externalities?
  • What are the benefits to the community?
  • What are the costs to the community?

9
Economics Classwork Wednesday, November 21, 2012
  • What am I? (Identify the key term try not to use
    notes)
  • a situation in which the free market, operating
    on its own, does not distribute resources
    efficiently
  • a shared good or service for which it would be
    inefficient or impractical to make consumers pay
    individually and to exclude those who did not pay
  • someone who would not be willing to pay for a
    certain good or service but who would get the
    benefits of it anyway if it were provided as a
    public good
  • an economic side effect of a good or service that
    generates benefits or costs to someone other than
    the person deciding how much to produce or
    consume
  • a good or service that can be used by any number
    of consumers without reducing the benefits to any
    single consumer

Market failure
Public good
Free Rider
Externality (Positive/Negative) from public and
private goods
Non-Rival Good
Complete Self-Reflection and Turn-in Bell Ringer
10
Economics Bell Ringer Monday, November 26, 2012
  • Pick 1 of these infrastructure projects
  • More train service is needed on the south side as
    the CTA Red Line ends at 95th street
  • Uplift needs a better field in the back with a
    real track
  • Chicago has way too many potholes and they need
    to be fixed!
  • Answer one of these questions to prove the
    good/service is a market failure the market
    wouldnt provide it
  • are they public goods/services? Why?
  • do they suffer from the free-rider problem?
  • are there any positive/negative externalities?
  • whos going to pay for/build it if the government
    doesnt?

Todays Handouts 41 11/26 Bell Ringer
(11/26-11/30) 42 11/26 Ch 3.4 Notes and Book
Work
11
Economics Bell Ringer Tuesday, November 27, 2012
  • What is the difference between public goods, the
    free-rider problem and non-rival goods?
  • What are these examples of?

Todays Handouts 43 11/27 Ch3.4 Poverty
Threshold Packet
12
United States 14.3
Sources U.S. Census Bureau, American Community
Survey, 2009, Puerto Rico Community Survey, 2009.
13
Economics Bell Ringer Wednesday, November 28, 2012
  • Define the poverty threshold. Is it the same for
    everyone?
  • How does the Federal Government define someone
    living in poverty? Is this level too high or too
    low? Explain your reasoning.

14
Economics Discussion Wednesday, November 28, 2012
  • P.64 Checkpoint What two criteria must be
    present for a public good?
  • P. 67 Checkpoint What does government do in
    response to negative exernalities?
  • P.67 4 What is an example of an action taken
    by the public sector? Private sector?
  • P.67 7 Why is national defense an example of
    the free-rider problem?
  • P.67 8 How do the concepts of limited
    resources and scarcity explain why the government
    does not try to meet all demands for providing
    public goods?

15
Economics Bell Ringer Tuesday, November 27, 2012
  • What is the definition of the working poor? Why
    is it important that our government is concerned
    for these people?

Todays Handouts 44 11/29 PPT Notes Ch 3.4
16
Economics Bell Ringer Friday, November 30, 2012
  • What are two primary roles of government?
  • What is the goal of government welfare programs?
  • What are four ways the government redistributes
    wealth?
  • What is the governments primary scarce resource?
    (How will government pay for its benefits
    programs?)
  • GET OUT A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER FOR THE QUIZ
    REVIEW. STAPLE THIS TO YOUR BELL RINGER AND TURN
    IN AT THE END OF CLASS.

17
Economics Classwork Quiz Review Friday, November
30, 2012
  • What am I? (Identify the key term try not to use
    notes)
  • an income level below that which is needed to
    support families and households
  • direct payment of money by the government to the
    poor, disabled, or retired people (Social
    Security, Unemployment Insurance)
  • a situation in which the free market, operating
    on its own, does not distribute resources
    efficiently
  • an economic side effect of a good or service that
    generates benefits or costs to someone other than
    the person deciding how much to produce or
    consume
  • government aid to the poor
  • goods and services provided for free or greatly
    reduced prices (Food Stamps, Section 8,
    Medicare/Medicaid)

Poverty Threshold
Cash Transfer (Conditional)
Market Failure
Externality (Positive/Negative)
Welfare
In-Kind Benefits
18
Economics Quiz Review Friday, November 30, 2012
  1. We need more parks in south and west side
    neighborhoods. Explain three reasons why the
    market will fail to provide these goods/services?
  2. The government has a choice between conditional
    cash transfer, regular cash transfer or an
    in-kind benefit program. Why are conditional
    cash transfer programs preferable? Explain the
    difference between the three program choices.

19
Economics Quiz Review Friday, November 30, 2012
  1. P. 72 4 What are three examples of cash
    transfers? Three examples of in-kind benefits?
  2. P. 72 5 How are unemployment benefits and
    workers compensation alike?
  3. P.72 7 How does the TANF program seek to answer
    one of the common objections to the older welfare
    system?
  4. P. 72 8 Would it make sense for the government
    to spend money giving job training to people who
    receive TANF payments? Why or why not?
  5. What is the difference between Medicare and
    Medicaid?

20
Economics Bell Ringer Tuesday, December 4, 2012
  • What is the difference between cash transfers and
    in-kind benefits?
  • Why are conditional cash transfers preferred over
    regular cash transfers?

Todays Handouts 47 12/04 Bell Ringer
(12/4-12/7) 48 12/04 Ch 3.2 Book Work and
Notes
21
Economics Classwork Tuesday, December 4, 2012
  • 48 Ch 3.2 Notes Tracking Data Promoting
    Economic Strength
  • 3 Primary Roles of Government
  • Manage market failure and externalities (3.3)
  • Redistribute wealth to provide safety nets (3.4)
  • Promotes growth and stability (3.2)

22
Economics Classwork Tuesday, December 4, 2012
  • 48 Ch 3.2 Notes Tracking Data Promoting
    Economic Strength
  • Manage market failure and externalities
  • Provide public and non-rival goods
  • Free-rider problem, cant exclude others,
    inefficient to pay individually, everyone
    benefits without reducing benefits to anyone
  • Redistribute Wealth
  • Cash transfers, in-kind, medical, education
    benefits
  • To help old, young, disabled, low-income
  • Promote Growth and Stability
  • 5 Goals especially Growth, Efficiency, Security,
    Equity
  • Freedom already provided in mixed economy

23
Economics Classwork Tuesday, December 4, 2012
  • 48 Ch 3.2 Notes Tracking Data Promoting
    Economic Strength
  • Government Promotes Growth and Stability
  • US Government tracks lots of data to monitor the
    US economy
  • Promote Employment (Goal Equity, Security)
  • Promote Growth (Goal Growth, Efficiency)
  • Promote Stability (Goal Security, Efficiency)

24
Economics Classwork Tuesday, December 4, 2012
  • 48 Ch 3.2 Notes Tracking Data Promoting
    Economic Strength
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the total value
    of goods/services produced in a country in one
    year
  • Expansion periods where GDP is
    increasing/rising
  • Contraction periods where GDP is
    decreasing/falling
  • Recession 2 or more straight quarters of GDP
    falling
  • Business Cycle a period of boom (expansion) and
    bust (contraction). A full cycle

2003-2008 Expansion Economic Growth
Jun08-Mar09 Severe Contraction Recession
Source Bureau of Economic Analysis
25
Economics Classwork Tuesday, December 4, 2012
  • 48 Ch 3.2 Notes Tracking Data Promoting
    Economic Strength
  • Weak Economy
  • Strong Economy

26
Economics Bell Ringer Wednesday, December 5, 2012
  • Fill in the table

Public Sector Private Sector
Who provides goods/services in this part of the economy
Examples of goods/services in this part of economy
27
Economics Bell Ringer Thursday, December 6, 2012
  • According to economists, what are the three major
    roles of government in a mixed economy?

Todays Handouts 48a 12/06 Classwork Ch 3
Review
28
Economics Classwork Wednesday, December 5, 2012
  • Compare and contrast regular cash transfers and
    in-kind benefits. Why are conditional cash
    transfers preferred to both of the above?
  • Who are the working poor? Do they qualify for
    below-poverty threshold benefits?
  • According to economists, what are three major
    roles of government?
  • What are 4 types of market failure?
  • What are 4 types of wealth redistribution
    programs?
  • To grow the economy, what 3 areas does government
    try to promote?

29
Economics Classwork Wednesday, December 5, 2012
  • Safety Nets Survey Discussion (DUE TODAY)
  • Did most of the people you interviewed support
    public funding of the safety net?
  • Which programs did they particularly support? Not
    support?
  • What groups of people did they particularly
    support? Not support?
  • Do you think they understood the economic issues
    involved with government funding for these
    programs?
  • Is it important to get the public to understand
    the economic issues?
  • Would they care if these programs are
    sustainable?
  • What strategies/ideas can we come up with to
    inform people in our community?
  • We will learn more about the economic issues in
    the coming weeks.

30
Economics Classwork Tuesday, December 4, 2012
  • 48 Ch 3.2 Notes Tracking Data Promoting
    Growth
  • GDP/capita is the total GDP divided by the number
    of people in the country. This is the common
    world-wide measure of standard of living.
  • GDP and GDP/capita move in the same direction
  • Economic data tells a graphical story of major
    events

What was the severe contraction/recession during
the 1930s?
What was the massive expansion that occurred
during the late 1930s-1940s?
Source http//www.acus.org/new_atlanticist/americ
as-coming-decline
31
Economics Bell Ringer Friday, December 7, 2012
  • What am I? (Identify the key term try not to use
    notes)
  • an income level below that which is needed to
    support families and households
  • direct payment of money by the government to
    those in need. Individuals must satisfy certain
    criteria/conditions to receive money.
  • a situation in which the free market, operating
    on its own, does not distribute resources
    efficiently
  • an economic side effect of a good or service that
    generates benefits or costs to someone other than
    the person deciding how much to produce or
    consume
  • government aid to the poor
  • goods and services provided for free or greatly
    reduced prices (Food Stamps, Section 8,
    Medicare/Medicaid)

Poverty Threshold
Conditional Cash Transfer
Market Failure
Externality (Positive/Negative)
Welfare
In-Kind Benefits
32
Economics Bell Ringer Monday, December 10, 2012
  • You have been reading the news and came across
    this headline
  • 1Q13 GDP Expected to Contract Congress Driving
    Business Cycle Lower
  • Is now a good time to quit your job and look for
    a new one? Why/why not?
  • If you are unhappy with your job, what would be a
    strategy you could take?

Todays Handouts 49 12/10 Bell Ringer
(12/10-12/14) 50 12/10 GDP Tracking and Role
of Govt
33
Economics Bell Ringer Tuesday, December 11, 2012
  • Which goal of government action would the
    following government funding be trying to meet?
    How would it do so?
  • Congress decides to increase National Institute
    of Health (NIH) funding for medical research.
  • The President creates a re-adjustment program to
    help veterans get the skills they need to get a
    job when they return from fighting overseas.

Todays Handouts 51 12/11 Fairness in Taxes
Notes 52 12/11 Fairness in Taxes Packets
34
Economics Bell Ringer Wednesday, December 12, 2012
  • Mayor Emanuel has decided to build a bunch of dog
    parks in Chicago. He is deciding how he should
    pay for the new dog parks.
  • Is it easy to figure out who is using a dog park?
  • Who should pay the taxes dog-owners? Everyone?
  • The City decides to charge an entrance fee to
    enter the dog parks. Is this entrance fee fair
    under benefits-received or ability-to-pay?
    Explain your reasoning.

35
Economics Bell Ringer Monday, January 7, 2013
  • What is the difference between cash transfers and
    in-kind benefits?
  • Why are conditional cash transfers preferred over
    regular cash transfers?

Todays Handouts 51 01/07 Bell Ringer
(1/7-1/11) 52 01/07 Ch 3 Review Gallery Walk
36
Economics Classwork Monday, January 7, 2013
  • 52 01/07 Ch 3 Review Gallery Walk
  • Write a full heading and title on a sheet of
    looseleaf (you may need more than one)
  • Find a partner. Each set of partners needs at
    least one book
  • Start the Gallery Walk. YOU MUST PHYSICALLY MOVE!
  • (no more than four per station)
  • Complete 5 out of 6 stations by the end of class
    for full credit
  • 6/6 Extra Credit 4/6 70 3/6 50
  • 2 or less 0
  • Work with your partner. Use your resources.
    Find the answers.

37
Economics Bell Ringer Tuesday, January 8, 2013
  • According to economists, what are the major roles
    of government in a mixed economy?
  • (There are three major roles)

Todays Handouts 53 01/08 Fairness in Taxes
Notes 54 01/08 Fairness in Taxes Packets
38
Economics Bell Ringer Wednesday, January 9, 2013
  • What am I? (Identify the key term try not to use
    notes)
  • an income level below that which is needed to
    support families and households
  • direct payment of money by the government to
    those in need. Individuals must satisfy certain
    criteria/conditions to receive money.
  • a situation in which the free market, operating
    on its own, does not distribute resources
    efficiently
  • an economic side effect of a good or service that
    generates benefits or costs to someone other than
    the person deciding how much to produce or
    consume
  • government aid to the poor
  • goods and services provided for free or greatly
    reduced prices

Poverty Threshold
Conditional Cash Transfer
Market Failure
Externality (Positive/Negative)
Welfare
In-Kind Benefits
39
Economics Classwork Wednesday, January 9, 2013
  • Quickwrite (in Fridays Bell Ringer Box or on a
    sheet of paper.)
  • What are the two viewpoints on how a tax can be
    fair? Explain how they are different. Provide
    examples of each.

40
Economics Bell Ringer Thursday, January 10, 2012
  • What am I? (Identify the key term try not to use
    notes)
  • the total value of goods/services produced in a
    country in one year
  • b) a shared good or service for which it would
    be inefficient or impractical to make consumers
    pay individually and to exclude those who did not
    pay
  • c) someone who would not be willing to pay for
    a certain good or service but who would get the
    benefits of it anyway if it were provided as a
    public good
  • d) A period of macroeconomic expansion, or
    growth, followed by one of contraction, or
    decline.
  • e) a good or service that can be used by any
    number of consumers without reducing the benefits
    to any single consumer

Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Public good
Free Rider Problem
Business Cycle
Non-Rival Good
41
Economics Bell Ringer Monday, January 14, 2013
  • CTA raised their fares on daily, weekly, and
    monthly passes this morning. This is like a tax.
    Explain the reasoning behind your answers.
  • Under which method of fairness is this tax
    justified?
  • Is the tax progressive, regressive or
    proportional in tax rate?
  • If you missed the test Friday, you are making it
    up this morning. Take this time to review your
    notes. Turn in Tax Packets and last weeks Bell
    Ringer.

Todays Handouts 56 01/14 Bell Ringer
(1/14-1/18) 57 01/14 Taxes Classwork Review
42
57 - Economics Classwork Fairness in Taxes
Review Monday, January 14, 2013
  1. Complete the table based on you learned last
    week. With with a partner. Use your resources.

Tax Structures (Provide a Definition of Each) Which method of Fairness? Benefits (Who is Positively Affected) Costs (Who is Negatively Affected) Describe an Example (Detail)
Progressive (Definition here)
Regressive (Definition here)
Proportional (Definition here) Both
43
Economics Bell Ringer Tuesday, January 15, 2013
  • Write in complete sentences. What is the
    difference between
  • Tax structures vs. tax bases (Give examples)
  • Tax rate versus tax amount (How is each measured?)

44
57 - Economics Classwork Fairness in Taxes
Review Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Type of Tax Tax Base? Tax Structure? Type of Fairness? Example Explains Tax Structure
Federal Income Tax
Sales Tax
Excise Tax (Gas, Alcohol, Tobacco)
FICA Tax
45
Economics Bell Ringer Wednesday, January 16, 2013
  • As part of the bill that prevented the fiscal
    cliff on Jan 1, 2013, Congress ended the payroll
    tax "holiday". This meant that payroll taxes
    (FICA tax) went up by 2 for all people earning
    wages. Remember, payroll taxes are only taxed on
    the first 110,000 of a person's income.
  • a) Is the tax progressive, regressive, or
    proportional? Justify your answer by explaining
    your reasoning.
  • b) Who is most impacted by the tax increase
    high, middle or low income (you may select more
    than one)
  • c) Analyze the tax impact on someone who makes
    50,000 per year. Their payroll tax went up 2.
    How much more are they paying in taxes every
    paycheck if there are 26 paychecks per year?

Todays Handouts 58 01/16 Taxes Part 2
Notes 59 01/16 Taxes Part 2 Packet
46
Economics Bell Ringer Thursday, January 17, 2013
  • In the United States, a mixture of regressive and
    ______________ taxes makes our overall tax system
    roughly proportional.
  • Unequals should be taxed (Equally or Unequally?)
    ______________.
  • (True of False) Most excise taxes and user fees
    are somewhat regressive. __________
  • ____________ One criteria of tax fairness is
    based on the assumption that people should pay
    taxes in rough proportion to what they receive
    from government goods and services.
  • It is fair if peoples taxes should be in
    proportion to their wealth and income (Which
    method of fairness).
  • This tax base may come from wages, rents,
    interest, profits, or other payments.

Progressive
Unequally
True
Benefits Received
Ability-to-Pay
Income
47
Economics Friday, January 18, 2013
  • Taxes Test Today! No Bell Ringer
  • Quietly review your Notes (53 and 58) and Review
    Classwork (57)
  • Turn in your Bell Ringer
  • After the Test
  • Organize your binder/update table of contents
    (Binder Check Next Week)
  • Complete Tax Packet 2 (59) Pages 1-4

48
2012 Federal Income Tax Brackets
After the Test Organize your binder/update table
of contents (Binder Check Next Week) Complete Tax
Packet 2 (59) Pages 1-4
49
Economics Bell Ringer Tuesday, January 22, 2013
  • Identify the Key Term (From Ch 1)
  • The principle that limited amounts of goods and
    services are available to meet unlimited needs
    and wants
  • The resources that are used to make goods and
    services (and what are the different types?)
  • The use of resources in such a way as to maximize
    the output of goods and services
  • The process of deciding how much more or less to
    do for the extra/next unit of production
  • The most desirable alternative given up as a
    result of a decision
  • A graph that shows alternative (two) ways to use
    an economys productive resources

Scarcity
Factors of production Land, Labor, Physical
Capital, Human Capital
Efficiency
Thinking at the margin
Opportunity Cost
Todays Handouts 60 01/18 Taxes Test 61
01/22 Bell Ringer (1/22-1/25) 62 Final Review
Classwork
Production Possibilities Curve
50
Economics Classwork Tuesday, January 22, 2013
  • If You Were Not Here Friday
  • You will makeup the Taxes Test today!
  • Quietly review your Notes (53 and 58) and Review
    Classwork (57)
  • Turn in your Bell Ringer from last week
  • If You Took the Test on Friday
  • Complete Final Review Classwork (62) posted
    around the room
  • Organize your Binder (Binder Check this week)

51
2012 Federal Income Tax Brackets
If You Have Completed the Test Complete Final
Review Classwork (62) posted around the
room Organize your Binder (Binder Check this week)
52
Economics Bell Ringer Wednesday, January 23, 2013
  • What am I? (Identify the key term try not to use
    notes)
  • a situation in which the free market, operating
    on its own, does not distribute resources
    efficiently
  • a shared good or service for which it would be
    inefficient or impractical to make consumers pay
    individually and to exclude those who did not pay
  • someone who would not be willing to pay for a
    certain good or service but who would get the
    benefits of it anyway if it were provided as a
    public good
  • an economic side effect of a good or service that
    generates benefits or costs to someone other than
    the person deciding how much to produce or
    consume
  • a good or service that can be used by any number
    of consumers without reducing the benefits to any
    single consumer

Market failure
Public good
Free Rider
Externality (Positive/Negative) from public and
private goods
Non-Rival Good
53
2012 Federal Income Tax Brackets
Economics Classwork Wednesday, January 23, 2013
On a scratch sheet of paper Calculate overall
tax rate and tax amount for a single filer who
makes 75,000 in annual income.
54
Economics Bell Ringer Thursday, January 24, 2013
  • What are the five economic goals of a society?
  • What is the difference between a free market and
    a centrally planned economic system?

Todays Handouts 63 01/23 Review Packet
55
Economics Classwork Thursday, January 24, 2013
  • Todays Classwork Review for Finals with Peers
  • Form a group of 2-3 people
  • Look at your Review Packet p. 5 (last one) and
    pick two chapters/topics that your group would
    like to review and present to the class on Monday
  • After you have signed up for a topic, work on two
    things
  • Review your chapter/topic to prepare for the
    presentation
  • Work on the review packet
  • Exit Ticket Page 1-3 and Key Terms List for
    your presentation

Todays Handouts 63 01/23 Review Packet
56
Economics Bell Ringer Friday, January 25, 2013
  • Identify the Key Term
  • the use of resources in such a way as to maximize
    the output of goods and services
  • a line on a production possibilities curve that
    shows the maximum possible output an economy can
    produce
  • the extra cost of adding a unit
  • The most desirable alternative given up as a
    result of a decision
  • the use of fewer resources than an economy is
    capable of using
  • The process of deciding how much more or less to
    do for the extra/next unit of production

Efficiency (on PPF)
Production Possibilities Frontier
Marginal Cost
  1. Prod. Possibilities Curve
  2. Prod. Possibilities Frontier
  3. Opportunity Cost
  4. Marginal Benefit
  5. Efficiency
  6. Marginal Cost
  7. Underutilization
  8. Needs/Wants
  9. Thinking on the Margin

Opportunity Cost
Underutilization (inside/under PPF)
Thinking on the Margin
57
Economics Classwork Friday, January 25, 2013
  • Todays Classwork Review for Finals with Peers
  • Finish the Review Packet with your Group
  • Work on and (hopefully) finish your review
    presentation for Monday
  • I have laptops that can be borrowed for the
    period
  • You may use any of the computers in the room
  • You may write it on easel paper (Powerpoint
    preferred)
  • Exit Ticket
  • Review Packet Complete
  • Presentation Done (at least mostly complete)

Todays Handouts 63 01/23 Review Packet
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