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Economics Standards

(Note: Standards are calendared in two-semester blocks - Fall and Spring - & repeat each semester):

Fall Semester:

Quarter 1:
  1. HS.SS.E1.01: I can evaluate how and why people make choices to improve their economic well-being.

  2. HS.SS.E1.02: I can analyze the factors that influence how and why people make budgeting and saving choices. 

  3. HS.SS.E1.03: I can evaluate the cost and benefits of using credit.

  4. HS.SS.E1.04: I can compare the costs and benefits of several types of investments. 

  5. HS.SS.E1.05: I can evaluate the ways insurance may minimize personal financial risk. -

  6. HS.SS.E2.01: I can explain how scarcity effects economic decisions, and evaluate the impact of scarcity on individuals, institutions, and societies.

  7. HS.SS.E2.02: I can explain how incentives impact choices for individuals, institutions, and society. 

  8. HS.SS.E2.03: I can use cost-benefit analysis and/or marginal analysis to evaluate an economic issue.

  9. HS.SS.E4.03Explain the roles of institutions in a market economy.

  10. HS.SS.E4.04Explain the effect of advancements in technology and training on economic growth and standards of living.

  11. HS.SS.E5.01Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of global trade. 

  12. HS.SS.E5.02Evaluate how interdependence impacts individuals, institutions, and societies.

  13. HS.SS.E5.04Explain how national economies influence trade. 

  14. HS.SS.G3.02Evaluate the impact of economic activities and political decisions on spatial patterns within and among urban, suburban, and rural regions.


Quarter 2:
  1. HS.SS.E3.01: I can explain how buyers and sellers interact to create markets and market structures. 

  2. HS.SS.E3.02: I can evaluate how numerous factors and conditions influence market prices.

  3. HS.SS.E3.03: I can evaluate the role of government in regulating market places.

  4. HS.SS.E3.04: I can explain the distinct types of business organizations and analyze the role of innovation and entrepreneurship in a market economy.

  5. HS.SS.E4.01: I can use economic data to analyze the health of a national economy.

  6. HS.SS.E4.02: I can evaluate the economic conditions that lead to fiscal and monetary policy choices and explain their impact on households and businesses.

  7. HS.SS.E4.03Explain the roles of institutions in a market economy.

  8. HS.SS.E4.04Explain the effect of advancements in technology and training on economic growth and standards of living.

  9. HS.SS.E5.01Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of global trade. 

  10. HS.SS.E5.02Evaluate how interdependence impacts individuals, institutions, and societies.

  11. HS.SS.E5.03: I can explain why nations choose to trade and how trade is regulated.

  12. HS.SS.E5.04Explain how national economies influence trade. 

  13. HS.SS.G3.02Evaluate the impact of economic activities and political decisions on spatial patterns within and among urban, suburban, and rural regions.

  14. HS.SS.G4.01: I can take an active stance on a geographic issue reflecting its scale.

  15. HS.SS.G4.02: I can analyze patterns of global power and influence in respect to trade, demographics, politics, and resource availability and use.

  16. HS.SS.G4.03: I can analyze patterns of interdependence.


Spring Semester:

Quarter 3:
  1. HS.SS.E1.01: I can evaluate how and why people make choices to improve their economic well-being. 

  2. HS.SS.E1.02: I can analyze the factors that influence how and why people make budgeting and saving choices. 

  3. HS.SS.E1.03: I can evaluate the cost and benefits of using credit.

  4. HS.SS.E1.04: I can compare the costs and benefits of several types of investments. 

  5. HS.SS.E1.05: I can evaluate the ways insurance may minimize personal financial risk. 

  6. HS.SS.E2.01: I can explain how scarcity effects economic decisions, and evaluate the impact of scarcity on individuals, institutions, and societies. 

  7. HS.SS.E2.02: I can explain how incentives impact choices for individuals, institutions and society. 

  8. HS.SS.E2.03: I can use cost-benefit analysis and/or marginal analysis to evaluate an economic issue.

  9. HS.SS.E4.03Explain the roles of institutions in a market economy.

  10. HS.SS.E4.04Explain the effect of advancements in technology and training on economic growth and standards of living.

  11. HS.SS.E5.01Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of global trade. 

  12. HS.SS.E5.02Evaluate how interdependence impacts individuals, institutions, and societies.

  13. HS.SS.E5.04Explain how national economies influence trade. 

  14. HS.SS.G3.02Evaluate the impact of economic activities and political decisions on spatial patterns within and among urban, suburban, and rural regions.


Quarter 4:

 

  1. HS.SS.E3.01: I can explain how buyers and sellers interact to create markets and market structures. 

  2. HS.SS.E3.02: I can evaluate how numerous factors and conditions influence market prices.

  3. HS.SS.E3.03: I can evaluate the role of government in regulating market places. 

  4. HS.SS.E3.04: I can explain the distinct types of business organizations and analyze the role of innovation and entrepreneurship in a market economy. 

  5. HS.SS.E4.01: I can use economic data to analyze the health of a national economy.

  6. HS.SS.E4.02: I can evaluate the economic conditions that lead to fiscal and monetary policy choices and explain their impact on households and businesses. 

  7. HS.SS.E4.03Explain the roles of institutions in a market economy.

  8. HS.SS.E4.04Explain the effect of advancements in technology and training on economic growth and standards of living.

  9. HS.SS.E5.01Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of global trade. 

  10. HS.SS.E5.02Evaluate how interdependence impacts individuals, institutions, and societies.

  11. HS.SS.E5.03: I can explain why nations choose to trade and how trade is regulated. 

  12. HS.SS.E5.04Explain how national economies influence trade. 

  13. HS.SS.G3.02Evaluate the impact of economic activities and political decisions on spatial patterns within and among urban, suburban, and rural regions.

  14. HS.SS.G4.01: I can take an active stance on a geographic issue reflecting its scale.

  15. HS.SS.G4.02: I can analyze patterns of global power and influence in respect to trade, demographics, politics, and resource availability and use. 

  16. HS.SS.G4.03: I can analyze patterns of interdependence. 

 

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