Tuesday, March 14, 2017

G11 - Week 26 - Day 1

In-class work

  1. Monetary Policy
    1. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy During Recessions
      1. Exercise 1 (p. 392)
      2. Exercises 2-7 (p. 395 & 400)
    2. Introduction to Supply-side Policies
    3. MRU: Sumner/White: Fiat Money vs. the Gold Standard (optional for the curious)

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    5. #4 and #5
      Debate and Manage a discussion

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    7. Classroom discussions / powerpoint

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    8. 1. Chalk and talk. Or with Powerpoint

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    9. Manage an audience or classroom discussion

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    10. Manage an audience or classroom discussion.

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    11. Chalk and Talk. Or with presentation

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    12. I would like to have debates and more discussion in class.

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    13. I would like more chalk and talk, and powerpoints, rather than playing a video and commenting on it.

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    14. I would like to have more chalk and talk/powerpoint oriented lessons

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    15. I feel it would be great if we could engage in more discussions as a class. Also, practicing the IB format and discussing the questions in class to understand and be prepared for both the assessments and the final IB exams.

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    17. --> Explain on the board + exercises (like those with countries, when you ask for GDP or something like that and then explain)
      --> Keep pausing the video and ask questions, if we don’t answer, then explain
      --> Assign us to bring news articles and do homework

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    18. I would like you to more class discussions.

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    19. I would like more class discussions,also more graphs in the white board and maybe the videos could be used as homework or revising

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    20. More class discussions and homework

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      1. The use of a set topic(s) and a set time to research about that topic and how it affects you or a country. And then debate with others how different solutions will both improve or effect countries. It will enable people to fully understand why countries make the decisions/actions countries make.

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      1. More class discussions about current events

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    23. I prefer the following in this order:
      1. Chalk and Talk
      2. Class room Discussion/ Panel Discussion
      3. All Q&A.

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      1. I would love for some more case studies and applications to learn these concepts. It places these core concepts in context and allows us to have more interest. Also, the whiteboard lectures are great with the Q&A format.

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    24. 1. Chalk and Talk
      2.Debate
      3. All questions, no answers allowed from the speaker
      4. All Q&A, no talk

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      1. I think if we were simply assigned chapter pages to read and take notes on, everybody would be more prepared during class, allowing us to resort to Q&A for the majority of the class. We had a system in our school in which the teacher would simply make video lessons beforehand and send those to the students after class. The job of the student was the watch the video class and take notes. Once he/she came to class, we would just solve problems, and ask questions.

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    25. Include more creativity-based activities to stimulate thinking. Such as projects, videos, etc.
      More one on one guidance from teachers, going over specific topics that students don't fully understand.

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    26. Dong Hyun
      More connection to real life and more applications could help a lot.

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    27. It would be great if we engage more in classroom discussions and dedicate significant amount of time in practicing the IB questions.

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    28. It could potentially be better if we were to practice more ib styled questions in preparation for the mocks.

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