Traditional, Command, & Market
Teachers:The following pages have the vocabulary words that the studentsshould familiar with regarding the economic systems. I also includedsome blank ones to make your own.IDEAS:1. Print these words out and stick them on your Word Wall.2. Give each student a set & have them write definitions &symbols on the back.3. Use the cards to study—play review games with the cards!
Print & cut out to post on Word Wall OR to use as studycards!
Print & cut out to post on Word Wall OR to use as studycards!
A blank template in case you’d like to add morewords!
Teachers:Have students create a three-flap foldable for the differenteconomic systems. *Some teachers like to include Mixed; however,I do not since technically it is not a type of economic system. It’sup to you!Students should write the definition, examples, symbol, etc. ineach flap.You can print off the following pages and use as posters aroundthe room, or project each page and discuss it.
Scarcity is the Root of Economics There is not a single country in the world that has anabundance of all the resources that its people need/want. Scarcity the limited supply of something Because of this, countries must make a plan of how to usethese limited resources. This “plan” is called an Economic System!
Three Little Questions When developing the economic plan, each country must ask three basiceconomic questions:1. What goods/services will be produced?2. How will goods/services be produced?3. Who will consume the goods/services?The way a country answers these questions determines what kind ofeconomic system it will have:TraditionalCommandMarket
Traditional Economy All economic decisions are based on customs, traditions, & beliefsof the past. People will make what they always made & do the same thingstheir parents did. The exchange of goods is done through bartering. Bartering trading without using money Some Examples: villages in Africa & South America, the Inuit inCanada, Aborigines in Australia
Traditional EconomyLet’s see how a traditional economy fits in with the 3 economicquestions 1.What goods/services will be produced? People follow tradition & make what their ancestorsmade.2. How will goods/services be produced? People produce goods the same way that theirancestors did.3. Who will consume the goods/services? People in the village who need them.
Command Economy All economic decisions are made by theGovernment. The government owns most of the property, setsthe prices of goods, determines the wages ofworkers, plans what will be made everything. This system has not been very successful. Moreand more countries are abandoning it.
Command Economy This system is very harsh to live under; because of this,there are no PURE command countries in the worldtoday. Some countries are close: Cuba, former Soviet Union,North Korea, former East Germany, etc. All of these countries have the same type ofgovernment: Communist! The government is in control ofeverything.
Command EconomyLet’s see how a command economy fits in with the 3economic questions 1. What goods/services will be produced? Government decides what will be produced.2. How will goods/services be produced? Government decides how to make them.3. Who will consume the goods/services? Whoever the government decides to give themto.
Market Economy Economic decisions are made based on the changes inprices that occur as buyers & sellers interact in themarket place. Free enterprise helps make these decisions. Free Enterprise competition between companies(shifts prices of goods/services) The government has no control over the economy;private citizens answer all economic questions.
Market EconomyLet’s see how a command economy fits in with the 3 economicquestions 1.What goods/services will be produced? Businesses (owned by private citizens) based decisions onsupply & demand and free enterprise. (AKA !)2. How will goods/services be produced? Businesses (owned by private citizens)3. Who will consume the goods/services? Consumers
Market Economy In a truly free market economy, the government wouldnot be involved at all. Scary There would be no laws to make suregoods/services were safe. *Food! Medicine! There would be no laws to protect workers fromunfair bosses. Because of this, there are no PURE market economies,but some countries are closer than others. Some Examples: US, UK, Australia, etc.
Hmmmm . . . Since there are no countries that are purely command orpurely market, what does that make them? Comket?Markmand? Ha! Most democratic countries have some characteristics ofboth systems, so we keep it simple and call them:Mixed! Of course, most countries’ economies are closer to one typeof system than another
The Economic ContinuumcommandMarket
Teachers: Print off the following page for each student.Students will write down how each economicsystem answers the 3 basic economic questions.*This can be used as a review, or the studentscan fill it in while discussing the notes.
Traditional1. Whatgoods/services willbe produced?2. How willgoods/services beproduced?3. Who will consumethe goods/services?CommandMarket
Teachers: Print off the cards on the following page and gluethem back to back. Project the following “Show Me” statements and havethe students hold up the correct end of the card. There is also a blank template for you to addadditional questions if you’d like. *Or have the studentswrite one of their own!
Show ME!The government makesALL economic decisions
Show ME!If your parents werepeanut farmers, thenyou would be a peanutfarmer also.
Show ME!Most democraticcountries are this.
Show ME!Cuba is close to havingthis type of system.
Show ME!Business (ran by privatecitizens) determine whatgoods/services areproduced and how they willbe made.
Show ME!Bartering is used.
Show ME!Communist countriesare closely related tothis.
Show ME!Businesses make economicdecisions, but thegovernment regulatesthem to make surethey’re safe/fair.
Show ME!Australia is close to this.
Teachers: Have the students answer the followingquestions on their own paper (or on whiteboards) to check for understanding.*Thiscould also be used as a quiz grade!
Let’s Review1. What are the three basic questions that every economic system mustanswer?2. What are the three economic systems?3. The former Soviet Union was an example of what kind of economicsystem?4. Which economic system allows for the most individual freedom?5. In which economic system does the government have the mostcontrol?6. In which economic system do individuals do things based on customs &beliefs?7. What is the economic system of most communist countries?8. How do traditional economies exchange goods?9. Which country is closest to a true Market economy?10. Most democratic countries have which type of economic system?
Answers22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.9.10.What are the three basic questions that every economic system must answer?What’s produced, how’s it produced, & who consumes itWhat are the three economic systems? Traditional, Command, MarketThe former Soviet Union was an example of what kind of economic system?CommandWhich economic system allows for the most individual freedom? MarketIn which economic system does the government have the most control? CommandIn which economic system do individuals do things based on customs & beliefs?TraditionalWhat is the economic system of most communist countries? CommandHow do traditional economies exchange goods? BarteringWhich country is closest to a true Market economy? AustraliaMost democratic countries have which type of economic system? Mixed
Teachers Have the students respond to theopinion prompt on their own paper. Thiscould also be used as a quiz grade!
In My Opinion Which economic system do youthink is best? Write a paragraphto defend your answer. Makesure that you give specific detailsas to why you chose this economicsystem.
Teachers Put the students into groups and give each group acard (next page) with vocabulary words on it. Thegroups will create a role play to present to the class,using their vocabulary words and what they’ve learnedabout the economic systems. It’s okay to give more than one group the same words,as their role plays all turn out different!
Role Play Terms Bartering, traditional economy,customs/beliefs, ancestors, past Market economy, free enterprise,businesses make what they want &how they want it Command economy, strictgovernment, no individual choice forwhat to make/buy Mixed economy, democracy, privatecitizens have own business &government regulates them
Role Plays Look at your group’s vocabulary words. Develop a skit that shows the term “in action”. Thismeans, don’t just define the word—you have to actout how it works in a real world situation. You will act out your role play in front of the class,so make sure that you really understand what thewords mean!
Teachers The following activity is a review mini-book project. Isuggest reading aloud The Important Book by MargaretWise Brown before completing the activity. This book isa short children’s book that shows students how to findthe most important point. Plus, even big kids like beingread to! You can still do this activity without reading the book.
Important BookYou are going to create anImportant Book about EconomicSystems based on The ImportantBook by Margaret Wise Brown.Each page will have THE MOSTIMPORTANT THING TO KNOW aboutthe system, followed by 2-3additional facts.Follow this formatIllustrate & Color your book. Don’tforget a cover page!SYSTEM NAMEThe important thing about (System)is --1st fact--2nd fact--3rd factBut the most important thingabout (System) is (write the mostimportant thing to know).
Teachers Print out the following page (two-per-page) and havestudents complete the Ticket Out the Door at the endof class. I like to read over what they write and addressany “issues” the following day.
Ticket Out the Door: Write down 3 ofthe most important things that youlearned from today’s lesson.Ticket Out the Door: Write down 3 ofthe most important things that youlearned from today’s lesson.
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