Students make economic decisions as a consumer, producer, saver, investor, and citizen by
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Examining factors that influence supply and demand (e.g., Why is Vermont considering investing in wind energy?).
Explaining ways people meet their basic needs and wants (e.g., people buy oil because they need heat; people buy video games because they want entertainment).
Comparing prices of goods and services.
Explaining how people save (e.g., by giving up something you want, by saving your allowance, by putting money in the bank).