Economics Grades 10-12

Teacher: Paxton
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Basic Concepts

0 Course Introduction 07:51

This course will take each student through the academic study of Economics and apply the teachings to real world knowledge. Students will also have the opportunity to improve their own financial literacy.

1 Lesson 1 - Basic Concepts 13:29

Upon completion of Lesson 1 students should be able to:

  • Compare and contrast Economic Wants vs. Economic Needs
  • Understand the concept of Economic Scarcity and Physical Scarcity
  • Identify, define, and conceptualize the 4 Factors of Production
  • Identify and understand the 3 basic Questions of Economics
  • Basic Premise of Economic Decisions

2 Lesson 1 - Check for Understanding 06:13

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 1. 

3 Lesson 2 - Basic Concepts Continued 14:14

This lesson will continue to build the basic knowledge needed to complete Economics.  Understanding Opportunity Costs will be a big factor in this lesson.  Defining trade-offs, Marginal Costs and Marginal Benefits, Economize and Utility are foundational concepts that will build to complete of this Economics Course.

Upon completion of Lesson 2 Students should be able to:

  • Define and discuss Incentives Utility and Economize.
  • Explain Trade-offs.
  • Begin to understand Opportunity Cost.
  • Including Marginal Costs and Marginal Benefit.

 

Like all lessons; Lesson 2 will provide a PowerPoint Video lecture and 3 worksheets that provide activities related to the information presented in the video.  

4 Lesson 2 - Check for Understanding 05:35

Upon completion of Lesson 2 Check for Understanding Students will be able to:

  • Define and discuss Incentives Utility and Economize.
  • Explain Trade-offs.
  • Begin to understand Opportunity Cost Including Marginal Costs and Marginal Benefit.

 

Like all lessons; Lesson 2 Check for Understanding will provide a PowerPoint Video lecture to review the activities for the lesson.  

5 Lesson 3 - Basic Concepts Part 3 10:41

This lesson focuses on the definitions and examples of Goods and Services in Economics.  These items are at the center of Economics.  

  • Upon completion of Lesson 3 Students should be able to:
  • Define and Identify types of Goods and Services
  • Compare and Contrast Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  • Be able to provide topical studies of each

Like all lessons; Lesson 3 will feature a PowerPoint Video with 3 exercises to aid in understanding the concepts.  There is a short test to move on to the next lesson.

6 Lesson 3 - Basic Concepts Part 3 Check for Understanding 10:47

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 3.  The will be another assessment to check for understanding at the end.

Production Possibilities Curve

7 Lesson 4 – PPC Part 1 11:26

Upon Completion of Lesson 4 Student will be able to:

  • Begin to understand the PPC (PPF).
  • Depict the PPC in a drawing.
  • Be able to identify what the PPF does.
  • Be able to understand why the PPF is used in Economics.

Like all lessons; Lesson 4 will provide a PowerPoint Video, 3 Activities and a short assessment.

8 Lesson 4 – PPC Part 1 Check for Understanding 04:31

This section will confirm that students completed and understood the activities for Lesson 4.

9 Lesson 5 – PPC Part 2 12:27

Upon Completion of Lesson 5 Student will be able to:

  • Deeper understanding of the PPC.
  • Use the PPC to create better economic understanding of production. 
  • Show how the PPC demonstrates Opportunity Costs.
  • Define the Law of Increasing Opportunity Costs. „Be able to create an entire PPC.

 

As with all lessons in this Economics course; Lesson 5 uses a PowerPoint Video and 3 activites to teach the concepts.  There is a short quiz to assess learning.

10 Lesson 5 – PPC Part 2 Check for Understanding 06:37

This section makes sure students have the following:

  • Deeper understanding of the PPC
  • Use the PPC to create better economic understanding of production.
  • Show how the PPC demonstrates Opportunity Costs.
  • Define the Law of Increasing Opportunity Costs.
  • Be able to create an entire PPC.

Types of Economies

11 Lesson 6 – Introduction to Economic Systems 13:38

Upon Completion of Lesson 6 Student will be able to:

  • Identify and define the 3 basic Economic Systems.
  • Explain why Economic Systems matters.
  • Describe Traditional Economy, Command Economy and Market Economy.
  • Provide examples within Mixed Economies of the basic types.

 

Lesson 6 carries on the tradition of a teaching video, 3 activity worksheets and a short quiz to determine level of understanding.

12 Lesson 6 – Intro to Economic Systems Check for Understanding 15:26

This is section will provide a video review of the worksheets that were provided in Lesson 6.  Students will aslo have a short quiz.

13 Lesson 7 – Traditional Economic System 11:35

Upon completion of Lesson 7 - Traditional Economies, students will be able to:

  • Students will be able to not only understand Traditional Economics Systems but be able to teach the concept.
  • Including Traits, Advantages and Disadvantages and the evolution of Traditional Economies.

 

Students will watch and take notes on the material provided in the PowerPoint video and complete 3 related activities.  Once completed students can test their knowledge on the short quiz at the end.

14 Lesson 7 – Traditional Economic System Check for Understanding 13:02

After completing the worksheets and the first Quiz, students can utilize this section to check for understanding.

15 Lesson 8 – Command Economic System 11:13

Upon completion of Lesson 8, Cammand Economy, students will be able to:

  • Students will be able to not only understand Command Economics Systems but be able to teach the concept.
  • Including Traits, Advantages and Disadvantages and the evolution of Traditional Economies.
  • Students will be able to discuss Karl Marx and his contributions to Economics.

 

Students will gain an understanding of the Command Economy through reading and listening to a PowerPoint Video, taking notes, completing the 3 related activites, and taking a short quiz at the end.

16 Lesson 8 – Command Economic System Check for Understanding 10:40

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 8.  

17 Lesson 9 – Karl Marx 10:48

Upon completion of Lesson 9 - Karl Marx, students will should be able to:

  • Discuss a brief history of Karl Marx.
  • Understand, in part, the contributions of Karl Marx to Economics.
  • Give reason to why Mr. Marx thought the way he did.

18 Lesson 9 - Karl Marx Check for Understanding 10:25

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 9.  

19 Lesson 10 – Fundamentals of Market Economies 14:27

Upon completion of lesson 10 students should be able to:

  • Define the key terms related to Market Economy.
  • Discuss the 5 Key Features of Market Economics.
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of Market Economy.

20 Lesson 10 – Fundamentals of Market Economies Check for Understanding 06:09

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 10.  

21 Lesson 11 – Impacts of Market Economies 18:48

Upon completion of Lesson 11, Students will be able to:

  • Discuss the advantages of Market Economy.
  • Discuss the disadvantages of a Market Economy.

22 Lesson 11 – Impacts of Market Economies Check for Understanding 08:32

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 11.  

23 Lesson 12 – Circular Flow Model 11:48

Upon Completion of Lesson 12 Student will be able to:

•Describe both Product and Factor Markets.
•Identify the key segments of flow in the model.
•Compare Business and Household and their impact on the model.

24 Lesson 12 – Circular Flow Model Check for Understanding 11:48

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 12.  

25 Lesson 13 – Mixed Economy 13:53

Upon Completion of Lesson 13, Mixed Economies, Student will be able to:

  • Define Mixed Economy.
  • Describe life in a Mixed Economy.
  • Identify different types of Mixed Economy.
  • Discuss some trends of today’s Mixed Economies.

26 Lesson 13 – Mixed Economy Check for Understanding 09:33

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 13.  

Supply and Demand

27 Lesson 14 - Demand Part 1 09:14

Upon Completion of Lesson 14, Demand Part 1, Student will be able to:

  • Define Demand.
  • Understand who Demand represents in the Economy.
  • Identify and utilize the Law of Demand.

28 Lesson 14 - Demand Part 1 Check for Understanding 05:56

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 14.  

29 Lesson 15 – Demand Part 2 10:56

Upon Completion of Lesson 15 Student will be able to:
 
  • Understand Demand Schedule and Market Demand Schedule.
  • Be able to explain the difference between the Demand and Market Demand Schedule.
  • Create both a Demand and Market Demand Schedule.

     

30 Lesson 15 - Demand Part 2 Check for Understanding 04:31

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 15.  

31 Lesson 16 – Demand Part 3 09:57

Upon Completion of Lesson 16 Student will be able to:

  • Understand Demand Curve and Market Demand Curve.
  • Be able to explain the difference between the Demand and Market Demand Curves.
  • Using both Demand and Market Demand Schedule create Demand Curve and Market Demand Curve.

32 Lesson 16 – Demand Part 3 Check for Understanding 05:45

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 16.  

33 Lesson 17 – Change in Demand 12:47

Upon Completion of Lesson 17, Change in Demand, Student will be able to:

  • Understand why demand can change.
  • Identify the 6 reasons for change in demand.
  • Provide examples of change in demand.
  • Identify the 4 types of related goods.
  • Provide examples pf the 4 types of related goods.

34 Lesson 17 – Change in Demand Check for Understanding 10:16

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 17.  

35 Lesson 18 - Say's Law 10:25

Upon Completion of Lesson 18 Student will be able to:

  •  Define Say’s Law.
  •  Understand the 2 aspects of Say’s Law.
  •  Identify examples of Say’s Law.

36 Lesson 18 Check for Understanding 05:44

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 18.  

37 Lesson 19 – Supply Part 1 09:49

Upon Completion of Lesson 19, Supply Part 1, Student will be able to:

  • Define Supply.
  • Understand who Supply represents in the Economy.
  • Identify and utilize the Law of Supply.

38 Lesson 19 - Supply part 3 Check for Undertanding 04:33

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 19.  

39 Lesson 20 - Supply Part 2 10:00

Upon Completion of Lesson 20, Supply Part 2, Student will be able to:

  • Understand Supply Schedule and Market Supply Schedule.
  • Be able to explain the similarities and differences between the Supply and Market Supply Schedules.
  • Create both a Supply and Market Supply Schedule.

40 Lesson 20 - Supply Part 2 Check for Understanding 05:24

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 20.  

41 Lesson 21 – Supply Part 3 07:58

Upon Completion of Lesson 21, Supply Part 3, Student will be able to:

  • Understand Supply Curve and Market Supply Curve.
  • Be able to explain the difference between the Supply and Market Supply Curves.
  • Using both Supply and Market Supply Schedule create Supply Curve and Market Supply Curve.

42 Lesson 21 – Supply Part 3 Check for Understanding 05:24

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 21.  

43 Lesson 22 - Change in Supply 14:09

Upon Completion of Lesson 22, Change in Supply, Student will be able to:

  •  Understand why Supply can change.
  •  Identify the 6 reasons for change in supply.
  •  Provide examples of change in supply.

44 Lesson 22 - Change in Supply Check for Understanding 09:11

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 22.  

45 Lesson 23 - Elasticity of Supply 11:24

Upon Completion of Lesson 23 Student will be able to:

  • Understand Elasticity of Supply.
  • Define Elasticity, Inelasticity and Unit Elasticity.
  • Identify the factors to change in Elasticity.
  • Recognize Elasticity of Supply on a Graph.

46 Lesson 23 - Elasticity of Supply Check for Understanding 09:13

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 23.  

47 Lesson 24 – Elasticity of Demand 12:24

Upon Completion of Lesson 24 Student will be able to:

  • Understand Elasticity of Demand.
  • Define Elasticity, Inelasticity and Unit Elasticity.
  • Identify and discuss the factors that effect Elasticity of Demand.
  • Recognize Elasticity of Demand on a Graph.
  • Graph the concept using a Demand Schedule.

48 Lesson 24 – Elasticity of Demand Check for Understanding 08:01

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 24.  

49 Lesson 25 – Equilibrium 10:19

Upon completion of Lesson 25, Equilibrium, students should be able to:

  • Define Market Equilibrium and Equilibrium Price.
  • Define Surplus and Shortage.
  • Recognize Equilibrium on a Graph.
  • Graph the concepts using Demand and Supply Schedules.

50 Lesson 25 – Equilibrium Check for Understanding 06:41

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 25.  

Advanced Concepts

51 Lesson 26 – Production 12:28

Upon completion of Lesson 26, Production, students should be able to:

  • Understand Marginal Product.
  • Understand the Stages of Production and recognize the concepts on a graph.
  • Discuss Fixed vs. Variable Costs.
  • Discuss Total Revenue and Profit.

52 Lesson 26 – Production Check for Understanding 09:00

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 26.  

53 Lesson 27 – Monopoly Market Structure 12:01

Upon Completion of Lesson 27, Monopoly, Student will be able to:

  • Discuss Monopoly in Economics.
  • Discuss the characteristics of a Monopoly.
  • Identify the advantages and disadvantages of a Monopoly.
  • Discuss government attitudes towards Monopoly.

54 Lesson 27 - Monopoly Market Structure Check for Understanding 05:51

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 27.  

55 Lesson 28 – Business Organization 12:28

Upon completion of Lesson 27, Business Organization, student should be able to:
  • Identify various forms of Business Organizations.
  • Provide Examples of various form of Business Organizations.
  • Provide Advantages and Disadvantages of some forms of Business Organizations.

56 Lesson 28 – Business Organization Check for Understanding 04:49

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 28.  

57 Lesson 29 – GDP Part 1 10:01

Upon completion of Lesson 28, GDP 1, students will be able to:

  • Define Gross Domestic Product.
  • Identify and define the 3 requirements for a product to be included in the computation of the GDP.
  • Identify and define the four components used to calculate GDP.

58 Lesson 29 – GDP Part 1 Check for Understanding 06:56

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 29.  

59 Lesson 30 – GDP Part 2 10:47

Upon completion of Lesson 30 students should be able to:

  • Identify the 2 types of GDP.
  • Understand what is excluded from the GDP.
  • Write the GDP Equation.

60 Lesson 30 – GDP Part 2 Check for Understanding 05:08

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 30.  

61 Lesson 31 – Business Cycle Part 1 10:49

Upon completion of Lesson 31, Students should be able to:

  • Define the business cycle.
  • Identify and define the 3 phases of the business cycle.
  • Be able to discuss the 3 stages of contraction.

62 Lesson 31 – Business Cycle Part 1 Check for Understanding 05:54

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 31.  

63 Lesson 32 – Business Cycle Part 2 13:46

Upon completion of Lesson 32 students should able to:

  • Understand why the phases of the Business Cycle occur.
  • Identify and describe the 4 major factors that effect the Business Cycle.
  • Relate historical examples of Business Cycle changes.

64 Lesson 32 Business Cycle Part 2 Check for Understanding 07:46

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 32.  

65 Lesson 33 – Taxes 13:58

Upon completion of Lesson 33, Taxes, students should beable to:

  • Understand how taxes work.
  • Identify and discuss Direct and Indirect taxes.
  • Identify and discuss proportional, progressive and regressive taxes.
  • Detail the Fiscal Policy.
  • Understand Deficit and Federal Debt.

66 Lesson 33 – Taxes Check for Understanding 05:29

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 33.  

67 Lesson 34 - The Fed 10:19

Upon completion of Lesson 34, The Federal Reserve, Students should be able to:

  • Discuss the Federal Reserve System (The Fed).
  • Detail the 3 elements of the Fed.
  • Discuss the current Chairperson of the Fed.

68 Lesson 34 - The Fed Check for Understanding 05:46

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 34.  

69 Lesson 35 - Adam Smith 12:48

Upon completion of the Lesson 35, Adam Smith, Students should be able to:

  • Describe Adam Smith’s life.
  • Detail the Wealth of Nations.
  • Discuss the Invisible Hand Theory. 

70 Lesson 35 - Adam Smith Check for Understanding. 06:17

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 35.  

Personal Finance

71 Lesson 36 - Creating a budget 12:15

Upon completion of Lesson 36, Creating a Budget, students should be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of a personal budget.
  • Identify expenses they will face within 5 years.
  • Complete a mock budget based on real world income and tax figures.

72 Lesson 36 - Creating a budget Check for Understanding 08:28

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 36.  

73 Lesson 37 - Credit and You part 1 11:27

Upon completion of Lesson 37 students should be able to:

  • Understand Credit terminology.  
  • Analyse credit scores.
  • Understand the value of maintaining good credit.

74 Lesson 37 - Check for Understanding. 06:23

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 37.  

75 Lesson 38 - Credit and You part 2 11:03

Upon completion of Lesson 38, students should be able to:

  • Understand the composition of the credit score.
  • Avoid actions detrimental to a credit score.
  • Be able to put credit score improvement into practice.

76 Lesson 38 - Credit and You part 2 Check for Understanding. 10:19

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 38.  

77 Lesson 39 - Credit Report 11:25

Upon Completion of Lesson 39 Student will be able to:

  • Identify the 3 Credit Bureaus.
  • Recognize the information located on a Credit Report.
  • Determine if an example case is a good credit risk.
  • Dissect a sample credit report.

78 Lesson 39 - Credit Report Check for Understanding 05:59

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 39.  

79 Lesson 40 - Loans 14:31

Upon completion of Lesson 40 students should be able to:

  • Identify Loan Types.
  • Understand potentially damaging loans.

80 Lesson 40 - Loans Check for Understanding 08:48

This section will provide a short video PowerPoint to review the exercises from Lesson 40.  

Course Overview


This “10th-12th Grade Economics and Financial Literacy” video course covers all of the content students need to successfully complete High School Economics and also covers personal financial well-being. The course
has an emphasis on personal financial well-being, wrtiting and critical thinking. It covers 

This is a single semester course!
This course includes:
• A FULL YEAR'S COURSE
• 120 WORKSHEETS WITH COUNTERPART ANSWER SHEETS
• 40 VIDEO-LESSONS
• 40 EXERCISE REVIEW VIDEOS (I explain each concept and why it matters beyond economics)
• 49 ONLINE QUIZZES AND EXAMS
• 49 QUIZ/EXAM ANSWER SHEETS/KEYS
• VOCABULARY DEFINITIOS FOR EACH LESSON, LESSON SPECIFIC RESOURCES
• OVER 20 HOURS OF VIDEO-LESSONS!

Course Goals
Upon course completion, students will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamental concepts relevant to the development of a market economy.
  • Identify the factors of production and why they are necessary for the production of goods and services.
  • Analyze production possibilities curves to explain choice, scarcity, and opportunity costs.
  • Compare how the various economic systems (traditional, market, command, mixed) answer the questions: (1) What to produce? (2) How to produce? and (3) For whom to produce?
  • Define supply, demand, quantity supplied, and quantity demanded; graphically illustrate situations that would cause changes in each and demonstrate how the equilibrium price of a product is determined by the interaction of supply and demand in the market place.
  • Compare different forms of business organizations.
  • Explain the use of fiscal policy (taxation, spending) to promote price stability, full employment, and economic growth.
  • Explain how the Federal Reserve uses the tools of monetary policy (discount rate, reserve requirement, open market operations) to promote price stability, full employment, and economic growth.
  • Examine the four phases of the business cycle (peak, contraction - unemployment, trough, expansion - inflation).
  • Explain the basic functions and characteristics of money and describe the composition of the money supply in the United States.
  • Understand the fundamental concepts relevant to the institutions, structure, and functions of a national economy.
  • Identify and explain broad economic goals.
  • Research contributions of entrepreneurs, inventors, and other key individuals from various gender, social, and ethnic backgrounds in the development of the United States.
  • Diagram and explain the problems that occur when government institutes wage and price controls and explain the rationale for these controls.
  • Differentiate between direct and indirect taxes, and describe the progressivity of taxes (progressive, proportional, regressive).
  •  Examine the benefits of natural monopolies and the purposes of government regulation of these monopolies.
  • Analyze how changes in federal spending and taxation affect budget deficits and surpluses and the national debt.
  • Describe the organization and functions of the Federal Reserve System.
  • Construct a circular flow diagram for an open-market economy including elements of households, firms, government, financial institutions, product and factor markets, and international trade.
  • Differentiate and draw conclusions about historical economic thought theorized by economists.
  • Compare credit, savings, and investment services available to the consumer from financial institutions.
  • Construct a one-year budget plan for a specific career path including expense sand construction of a credit plan for purchasing a major item.


Target Audience: Any High school student who intends to matriculate to college or university.  Anyone who hopes to stay financially stable.

Course Requirements: High school level reading and writing.

Course Description Template
PROPRIECOURSE
TOPICS
Unit 1 – Basic Concepts.
Lessons
Basic Concepts part 1 - Wants vs. Needs, Scarcity, 4 Factors of Production and the 3 Basic Economic Questions.

Basic Concepts part 2 - Incentives Utility and Economize, Trade-offs, Opportunity Cost, Marginal Costs and Marginal Benefit.

Basic Concepts part 3 - Goods and Services, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.

 

Unit 2 - Productions Possibilities Curve.
Lessons
Introductions to the Productions Possibility Curve – The framework and vocabulary of the PPC.

Production Possibilities Curve part 2 – Graphing and analysis of production using the PPC.

Unit 3 – Types of Economies

Lessons
Introduction to Economic Systems – Traditional, Command and Market Economies.

Traditional Economic System – In-depth look at the Traditional Economic System.

Command Economic System – In-depth look at the Command Economic System.

Karl Marx – The founder of the Socialist movement

Fundamentals of Market Economies – Introduction to Market Economy.

Impacts of Market Economies – Further discussion on Market Economy.

Circular Flow Model – The monetary flow in a Market Economy.

Mixed Economies – Discussion of real world economies.



Unit 4 – Supply and Demand
Lessons
Demand part 1 – Demand and Law of Demand.

Demand part 2 – Demand Schedule.

Demand part 3 – Demand Curve.

Change in Demand – The Factors of Change in Demand.

Say’s Law – Discussion of what creates Demand.

Supply part 1 – Supply and Law of Supply.

Supply part 2 – Supply Schedule.

Supply part 3 – Supply Curve.

Change in Supply – The Factors of Change in Supply.

Elasticity of Supply – How much Supply can change.

Elasticity of Demand – How much Demand can change.

Equilibrium – Bringing supply and demand together.

 

Unit 5 Advanced Concepts

Lessons

Production – Marginal Products, Costs and Revenue.

Monopoly – Monopoly in Economics.

Business Organization – Various ways to organize a business.

Gross Domestic Product part 1 – Introduction to the GDP

Gross Domestic Product part 2 – GDP continued.

Business Cycle part 1 – The fundamentals of Business Cycle.

Business Cycle part 2 – Business Cycle continued.

Taxes – Types, Fiscal Policy, Debt and Deficit.

The Federal Reserve – Introduction to the Federal Reserve System.

Adam Smith – Forefather of Economics.

 

Unit 6 Personal Finance

Lessons

Creating a budget – Personal financial management.

Credit and You part 1 – Introduction to personal credit.

Credit and You part 2 – How to fix and improve credit.

Credit Report – Three credit agencies, understanding a credit report.

Loans – Loan types.

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Test Answer Keys

The attached documents are the 49 tests that each lesson contains. Lesson 1-9 have 2 tests; 1 test in the lesson and 1 test in the check for understanding.

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