Because the final is based off of the weekly reviews, an effective way to study for the final would be to go over the weekly reviews and make note of any questions you don’t understand or don’t feel confident figuring out on your own.
On class on Monday, I will go over any questions or topics people want help with. I will not be available to answer questions on the final after it has been assigned.
In Class on Monday, May 17th
Review for the Final
Final will be:
Published to OpenLab (this website) on Monday, May 19th – after class
Due to Blackboard on Monday, May 24th
This assignment, worth 10% of your final grade, will be completed in class on Thursday, May 6th.
Students will work together to write a question for the final exam, including its answer. This assignment includes an individual and a group component.
- Individually, students will need to provide Al with a piece of information they have learned. To receive full credit for this portion of the Question Building, student responses will need to be:
- relevant to the class (information came from class readings or discussions)
- a piece of information (not just a topic)
- As a group, students will need to write two questions for the final exam with the correct answer. Questions can be true/false, multiple choice, fill in the blank, or short answer.
Additional instructions for completing this assignment will be given in class.
Before Class on Monday, May 3rd
Read – Economics Online
Slides: Aggregate Demand (Eisenbarth 2021)
Why A New Wave of Economists are Championing Slow Economic Growth
In Class on Thursday, May 6th
Question Building Part 2 of 2
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