Here we go… I must have been hungry when thinking of the topics to include this week! I would say that this is as silly as it gets. Truth be said – people are more relaxed when on their free time – in the kitchen – or with pizza 😉 so DO suppose that they are more accident prone.
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Does being photogenic have anything to do with the profile pics people post? I mean, if you think you are not photogenic, you make more classic mistakes while posing or planning?
How often have you seen someone hiding behind a hand, or only showing an eye in a close-up, or with their head tilted, or, or, […]
The world of foreign currency often seems confusing. Euro, rubles, yen and krona are terms difficult enough to comprehend on their own without adding the task of trying to figure out what each is worth in terms of United States dollars.
All of these currencies are money, so all serve the same functions. Money is a medium of exchange, a […]
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The vocabulary and thought with this video allows you to explore new conversations or pathways, using the same constructions that you would with your normal conversations and economic material.
Go ahead and see how much you understand without reading the transcript.
Remember, try answering the questions that you yourself make (who, what, where, when, why, […]
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This resource is directly from the Foundation for Teaching Economics. I believe that it is excellent food for thought, and a good way to initiate explicatory conversation. Note that the spelling is American English.
The Foundation for Teaching Economics’ Economic Reasoning Propositions are a guide to the economic […]
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A lovely description of the famed Paradox of Value, Adam Smith. The author, Akshita Agarwal does a great job of simplifying matters and including important vocabulary.
Can you send me your own definitions or examples of:
Concept of utility
How would you describe, for example, the paradox through a modern-day situation to a child?
00:06 Imagine you’re on a […]