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Min wage 2014

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  • 1. Bellringer 1. List 4 jobs you could do without any special skills 2. List 4 jobs you could do that require skills, licenses or education 3. Get out your notes on price ceilings 4. Continue them on the back and title today’s Cornell notes: Price Floors
  • 2. Types of labor • Skilled labor: require skills, licenses or education • Salary? • Give 3 examples • Unskilled labor: lower human capital, physical, entry level • Salary? • Type of person? • Give 3 examples Who are you right now? In 10 years? Students, low skilled immigrants, uneducated Professionals, skilled immigrants, educated
  • 3. Germany lacks a min wage Around the World
  • 4. #5 OPTIC
  • 5. Minimum Wage Graph • Price floor on unskilled labor market • Subway test, • $25/hour, • $15/hour, • $10/hour, • $7/hour, • $5/hour
  • 6. Partner debates • Pro vs. Con – raise the minimum wage to $15 • Pro vs. Con – keept farm price floor (cheese & milk) • Pro vs. Con –create a hard alcohol price floor
  • 7. Fish bowl Debate Rules: 20 point assignment winners +5 QE • Remain civil, no name calling, no “that’s stupid” • Everyone must talk to earn full points • No straight up reading off notes • 1. “Why we are right” 2. “Why they are wrong” Non debaters will grade debaters and decide who wins
  • 8. Sit with your partner and review your notes from yesterday • Pro vs. Con – raise the minimum wage to $15 • Pro vs. Con – keep farm price floor (cheese & milk) • Pro vs. Con – create a hard alcohol price floor
  • 9. Pro - $15 Minimum Wage Con- $15 Minimum Wage Pro – Keep price floor on milk/cheese Con– Keep price floor on milk/cheese Con– Create price floor on hard alcohol in USA Pro – Create price floor on hard alcohol in USA
  • 10. If you miss Monday - 20 points • 4 paragraph essay on your side of the price floor • Paragraph 1 – introduction to the issue • Paragraph 2 – why your side is right • Paragraph 3 – why the other side is wrong • Paragraph 4 – what the reader should think about this debate
  • 11. On your paper for the debate 1. What good points did the “Pro” group make? 2. What good points did the “con” group make? 3. Who do you think won and a reason why. 4. Who do you think won your debate and why.

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