Demystify the world of Economics (macro and micro) far beyond any textbook.
Sonlight's Economics program combines dynamic multimedia videos, excellent notes and interactive exercises with the Bible and modern literature for a clear, critical view of the subject. From basic theory to "Political Instability and Trade", get your student ready for success in college placement or AP exams. This Instructor's Guide walks you through it all!
Did you know: Economics is NOT about money...
That's one of the fundamental lessons your high-schooler will learn in Sonlight's Economics program.
Economics is one of the most important, yet least understood, disciplines in academics. Free markets? Interest rates? All those graphs? Economics confuses and frustrates students and adults alike. That's why we carefully designed Sonlight's Economics program to demystify and simplify all that jargon. We believe this new program is unparalleled in today's homeschool market.
Sonlight's Economics program does more than just prepare your high-schoolers for the Microeconomics and Macroeconomics college Advanced Placement (AP) exams. You'll also give them a balanced, critical view of modern economic theory.
What is God's "take" on our modern-day theories and values? Your students will ponder this and many other questions as they pursue a well-rounded, biblical view of Economics.
Sonlight's Economics program includes this exclusive Instructor's Guide complete with a schedule for the half year (18 weeks) course. After all, where would you be without a ready-to-use schedule, all worked out for you? That's what you expect from your Sonlight programs, isn't it!
Your Instructor's Guide for Economics is also packed with "teaching" notes, lots of reading-based questions for your students (plus answers in the Guide), thought-provoking questions to get them writing in their journal, plus two lesson plans for use with the Thinkwell Economics material—the "meat" of the Sonlight program's teaching resources—one for general study and a more in-depth schedule for preparing your high-schoolers to take the AP exams.
Note: Advanced Placement, Advanced Placement Program, and AP are registered trademarks of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.