Students develop critical-thinking skills as they organize ideas about tourism into persuasive slogans. When students realize that the state tourism revenue is in bad condition, they must discuss ways to boost it in the unit’s critical incident, which is designed to deepen their understanding of economic concepts such as supply-and-demand and advertising.
- Teacher’s handbook
- Reproducible handouts
- Student portfolio
- Content slide sets
- Electronic version
Time required: 3–4 weeks (usually 30–60 minutes per day).
Also available as a boxed unit with physical copies of the content cards and student portfolios.
This title is part of the series: STATE STUDIES