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Cultivating Economic Literacy

Ni Kadek Lina Meri, EBPP Economics Teacher.

A clear understanding of economic literacy is essential for students because it enables them to follow the basic economic concepts necessary to appreciate how economic systems operate, which also have a lot to do with real-life situations.

To motivate students on this subject and ensure their active participation in the class, I ask students to write down problems on a small piece of paper related to the theme of the economics lesson, such as "international trade". After collecting these pieces of paper, I divide the students into groups, with each group directed to randomly select one of the papers. Next, each group discusses to come up with a solution to a randomly selected problem.

This method increases student involvement in the learning process, and aims to develop students' critical and analytical thinking skills in finding solutions to complex economic problems, while honing their communication skills.

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