Economics Through Infographics #2020

Economics Through Infographics Karen Latchana Kenney Economics Through Infographics Trying to process economic information can leave you at a loss You need to understand the connections in global markets where was your cell phone made the crazy variety of currencies from dollars to

  • Title: Economics Through Infographics
  • Author: Karen Latchana Kenney
  • ISBN: 9781467734608
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Economics Through Infographics Karen Latchana Kenney Trying to process economic information can leave you at a loss You need to understand the connections in global markets where was your cell phone made , the crazy variety of currencies from dollars to kronor , and the high stakes of spending wants versus needs How can all these statistics and concepts make sense Infographics The charts, maps, and illustratioTrying to process economic information can leave you at a loss You need to understand the connections in global markets where was your cell phone made , the crazy variety of currencies from dollars to kronor , and the high stakes of spending wants versus needs How can all these statistics and concepts make sense Infographics The charts, maps, and illustrations in this book tell a visual story to help you better understand key concepts about economics Crack open this book to explore mind boggling questions such as How do people buy and sell things without money What makes it hard to find a job How do people use their resources to turn big ideas into big business The answers will be worth a lot to you
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    1. I had a little chuckle at how in one infographic it compared the realities of a communist economy with a rosy view of a capitalist economy as a fair 1 1 account, but I didn t expect much from a text aimed at tweens Overall, this has been the best in the series with some basic explanations of supply and demand, etc that I ll probably use when we do texts around the Great Depression.

    2. Colorful and interesting way to read about a subject that can easily be daunting and confusing Clearly a children s introduction to the subject, it provides the basics for multiple ideas that form a clear foundation Short and very graphic heavy it obviously uses illustrations and the least amount of text possible to present conceptsc from NetGalley

    3. ECONOMICS THROUGH INFOGRAPHICS by Karen Latchana Kenney is the newest book in the SUPER SOCIAL STUDIES INFOGRAPHICS series aimed at upper elementary school youth Economics is an aspect of the social studies curriculum that can be difficult for youth to understanding Visual representations are an effective way to convey key concepts related to trade, currency, spending, markets, and business In this work of nonfiction for youth, the author uses the money trail to help readers understand how the c [...]

    4. I read the other Infographics book on Geography by this same author and it was a lot better than this one The problem with this book is some infographics present confusing and disorganised data and information E.g On one of the infographics showing human figures and employment, the reader is asked to compare how employment has changed over the years But the employment types are not classified under the same groupings, and the percentages are not given in ascending order i.e you could get 20% fol [...]

    5. This is definitely a book that I would like to add to my teacher library as it covers several of the topics that I have to cover for both my 5th and 6th graders fur trade and how the fur was traded for good like clothes, blankets and sugar gives and example of 2 types of economies and how they worked differently why we need to exchange money when making purchases in other countries supply and demand how the assembly line increased production exports and imports how jobs have changed over time ac [...]

    6. So I nerded out on this non fiction series on infographics for juveniles over the weekend, and it s alright The best is Economics, the worst is World Geograpy which probably should have been called Climate Change through inforgrpahics A lot of the infographics were confusing and required quite a bit of explaing to understand defeating the purpose of an infographic Butey are visiually really appealing books, and I can see how a casual browser as well as kids that are really into lists of facts wo [...]

    7. I received a review copy of this from the publisher I am a huge fan of infographics I am a visual learner and I enjoy learning new information in such a visual way This volume in the series explains things like minimum wage, currency, manufacturing changes through automation, imports exports, etc.This is a series I have never seen in person before, but one I have wondered about for our school library After seeing this volume in person, I feel great about ordering the whole series for my students [...]

    8. Economics is a great and underserved topic for students to explore Using infographics is a great way to explore this important topic and one that I think kids will enjoy The picures were great and the ideas covered were ones kids will be very interested in My students are from all over the world and so the international equivalents will be very interesting to them My only criticism is that I would LOVE information like 30 pages , because my students will fly through this book and have lots of [...]

    9. This is very well done So well done in fact, it was hard to believe it was over I would have kept reading The information is given in a friendly way, terms are explained, and the infografics are perfect for what information they are trying to present.

    10. This would be a great book to have in the classroom I plan on adding it to the school library and sharing it with the teachers I know

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