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Using Literary Heroines to Teach Economics- Elizabeth, Jane, Scarlett, and Mary

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James Madison University Center for Economic Education

Dec 10, 2015
3:45 pm - 5:45 pm
Ice House
127 West Bruce Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
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Grade Level: High School
Potential Recertification Credits: 2

What if Elizabeth Bennett, Jane Eyre, Scarlett O’Hara, and Mary Crawley had the opportunity to meet and discuss the societal rules and regulations that dictated their financial security? This interactive session uses strong female fictional characters to teach scarcity, incentives, decision-making, opportunity cost, and creative problem solving. Classroom-ready lessons, a topical bibliography, and door prizes are included.


Fee: NO CHARGE


Instructor: Lynne Stover, Associate Director for Programs
Contact Person:
Lynne Stover, Associate Director for Programs
Center for Economic Education
James Madison University
540.568.3248
stoverlf@jmu.edu

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