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Fiscal policy game
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Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
Fiscal policy game
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Fiscal policy game
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Fiscal policy game
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  • 1. THE JH404 EDITION
  • 2. 1 $100 2 $200 3 $300 4 $500 6 $2,000 7 $4,000 8 $8,000 9 $16,000 11 $64,000 12 $125,000 13 $250,000 14 $500,000 5 $1,000 10 $32,000 15 $1 MILLION
  • 3. A. Tax Q1. What does fiscal policy reduces? B. Salary C. Schools D. Working Hours
  • 4. A. Complaints Q2. What causes the fiscal policy to be implemented? B. Low Economic Activity C. Boredom D. Random
  • 5. A. Stable Prices Q3. What macroeconomics goals cannot be achieved by using fiscal policy? B. Full Employment C. Economic Growth D. Economic Sustainability
  • 6. A. Expansionary Q4. Which type of fiscal policy is used when there is high inflation? B. Contractionary C. Discretionary D. Pure
  • 7. A. Corporate Tax Q5. Which are indirect forms of taxation? B. Income Tax C. Property Tax D. Goods and Services Tax
  • 8. A. Increased Government Spending Q6. What is not a crowding out effect? B. Decreased Investment C. Decreased Demand to Borrow Money D. Increased Wages
  • 9. A. increase, increase Q7. Automatic stabilisers act to __________ government expenditures and __________ government revenues during an expansionary period. B. increase, decrease C. decrease, increase D. decrease, decrease
  • 10. A. GDP decreases rapidly Q8. The budget deficit tends to decrease when: B. GDP decreases slightly C. GDP increases D. GDP remains unchanged
  • 11. A. Real Interest Rate Q9. The ratio of debt to GDP will be larger, the lower the: B. Growth Rate of Output C. Initial Debt Ratio D. Ratio of the Primary Deficit to GDP
  • 12. A. Operational Lag Q10. What is the time the economy fully responds to the new economic circumstances known as? B. Recognition Lag C. Implementation Lag D. Economy Lag
  • 13. Q11. Which of the following would be described as the administrative lag? The time required to __________________ A. Know that there is a Recession B. Agree upon a policy remedy for a Recession C. Get a particular plan implemented with the money put into peoples' hands D. Get the people to spend the money returned to them through tax cuts
  • 14. A. Aggregate demand moving to the right Q12. Short-run contractionary Fiscal Policy would result in: B. Aggregate supply moving to the right C. Aggregate demand moving to the left D. Aggregate supply moving to the left
  • 15. A. Answer 13-1 Question 13 B. Answer 13-2 C. Answer 13-3 D. Answer 13-4
  • 16. A. Answer 14-1 Question 14 B. Answer 14-2 C. Answer 14-3 D. Answer 14-4
  • 17. A. Answer 15-1 Question 15 B. Answer 15-2 C. Answer 15-3 D. Answer 15-4
  • 18. End of Game Instructions & answer slides follow
  • 19. Setting up Game • Use the Edit menu and Replace… to insert questions and answers. In the Find box, type in “Question X” (where X is the question number, 1 through 15). In the Replace box, type in the question. Then, enter “Answer X-1” and the first answer, “Answer X-2” and the second answer, etc. (Capitalize as indicated.) • To set up the 50-50 Lifeline slides (Slides 37-51): – 1. Select the first answer to be eliminated by clicking on the text of the answer. Select the text and delete it. (This should leave a blank hexagon.) – 2.Repeat with the second eliminated answer, and then repeat with each further slide. • To set up the Answer slides (Slides 21-35): – 1. Select the hexagon behind the correct answer by right-clicking on the hexagon. (Click above or below the answer text to avoid selecting the text instead. Once selected, the hexagon should have a rectangular border around it.) Select Format Autoshape; choose the Colors and Lines tab, choose the Fill color and change its color to light green. (The green should be provided in the bottom row of colors.) – 2. Repeat with each further slide. • Slides 52-66 are the Money Won slides. • On the title screen, the finger icon will link to a Fastest Finger slide, if you would like to use it. To set up the Fastest Finger slide (Slide 70), fill in the Fastest Finger question, and the four answers. On the answer slide (Slide 71), replace each orange question mark with the letter of the appropriate answer in order, starting at the top. Fill in the answer corresponding to each letter accordingly. Clicking on the ? icon on Slide 70 will go to the answer slide; clicking on the house icon will link to the main game board. USAGE NOTE: the Fastest Finger question slide includes the music for Fastest Finger; this music is 25 seconds long. Use the music as a timer; when the music ends, go to the answer slide.
  • 20. Setting up Game • The Phone-a-Friend lifeline can be used to ask one other student to help out. Clicking on the Phone-a-Friend lifeline icon will link to a 30-second timer slide. The timer will begin on a mouse-click, and will count down to zero. Once the slide reaches zero, clicking on the curved arrow icon will return to the previous slide (the question slide). USAGE NOTE: the question and answers are not visible during the clock countdown, and returning to the question slide before the clock finishes will reset the clock. • The Ask-the-Audience lifeline can be used to ask the entire class, who gives their votes for the correct answer by letter. Clicking on the Ask-the-Audience lifeline icon will link to a chart slide. Clicking on the chart will open Microsoft Excel; click on the “Enter Scores Here” tab to enter the class votes for each answer, then click on the “Chart” tab so the chart will be visible. Go to the File menu and choose Close and Return… to return to the slide show. Clicking on the curved arrow icon will return to the previous slide (the question slide). • ICONS: – ? Takes you to the answer slide – Star Takes you from the answer slide to the Money Won slide – House Takes you back to the Cash Board • If using the game for another person or another class, close the game and re-open it (this is to reset the links on the game board back to orange).
  • 21. A. Tax Q1. What does fiscal policy reduces? B. Salary C. Schools D. Working Hours
  • 22. A. Complaints Q2. What causes the fiscal policy to be implemented? B. Low Economic Activity C. Boredom D. Random
  • 23. A. Stable Prices Q3. What macroeconomics goals cannot be achieved by using fiscal policy? B. Full Employment C. Economic Growth D. Economic Sustainability
  • 24. A. Expansionary Q4. Which type of fiscal policy is used when there is high inflation? B. Contractionary C. Discretionary D. Pure
  • 25. A. Corporate Tax Q5. Which are indirect forms of taxation? B. Income Tax C. Property Tax D. Goods and Services Tax
  • 26. A. Increased Government Spending Q6. What is not a crowding out effect? B. Decreased Investment C. Decreased Demand to Borrow Money D. Increased Wages
  • 27. A. increase, increase Q7. Automatic stabilisers act to __________ government expenditures and __________ government revenues during an expansionary period. B. increase, decrease C. decrease, increase D. decrease, decrease
  • 28. A. GDP decreases rapidly Q8. The budget deficit tends to decrease when: B. GDP decreases slightly C. GDP increases D. GDP remains unchanged
  • 29. A. Real Interest Rate Q9. The ratio of debt to GDP will be larger, the lower the: B. Growth Rate of Output C. Initial Debt Ratio D. Ratio of the Primary Deficit to GDP
  • 30. A. Operational Lag Q10. What is the time the economy fully responds to the new economic circumstances known as? B. Recognition Lag C. Implementation Lag D. Economy Lag
  • 31. A. Know that there is a Recession Q11. Which of the following would be described as the administrative lag? The time required to __________________ B. Agree upon a policy remedy for a Recession C. Get a particular plan implemented with the money put into peoples' hands D. Get the people to spend the money returned to them through tax cuts
  • 32. A. Aggregate demand moving to the right Q12. Short-run contractionary Fiscal Policy would result in: B. Aggregate supply moving to the right C. Aggregate demand moving to the left D. Aggregate supply moving to the left
  • 33. A. Answer 13-1 Question 13 B. Answer 13-2 C. Answer 13-3 D. Answer 13-4
  • 34. A. Answer 14-1 Question 14 B. Answer 14-2 C. Answer 14-3 D. Answer 14-4
  • 35. A. Answer 15-1 Question 15 B. Answer 15-2 C. Answer 15-3 D. Answer 15-4
  • 36. 50-50 Lifeline Slides
  • 37. A. Tax Q1. What does fiscal policy reduces? B. Salary
  • 38. A. Complaints Q2. What causes the fiscal policy to be implemented? B. Low Economic Activity
  • 39. A. Stable Prices Q3. What macroeconomics goals cannot be achieved by using fiscal policy? D. Economic Sustainability
  • 40. A. Expansionary Q4. Which type of fiscal policy is used when there is high inflation? B. Contractionary
  • 41. Q5. Which are indirect forms of taxation? C. Property Tax D. Goods and Services Tax
  • 42. Q6. What is not a crowding out effect? C. Decreased Demand to Borrow Money D. Increased Wages
  • 43. Q7. Automatic stabilisers act to __________ government expenditures and __________ government revenues during an expansionary period. B. increase, decrease C. decrease, increase
  • 44. Q8. The budget deficit tends to decrease when: B. GDP decreases slightly C. GDP increases
  • 45. Q9. The ratio of debt to GDP will be larger, the lower the: B. Growth Rate of Output C. Initial Debt Ratio
  • 46. A. Operational Lag Q10. What is the time the economy fully responds to the new economic circumstances known as? B. Recognition Lag
  • 47. Q11. Which of the following would be described as the administrative lag? The time required to __________________ A. Know that there is a Recession B. Agree upon a policy remedy for a Recession
  • 48. A. Aggregate demand moving to the right Q12. Short-run contractionary Fiscal Policy would result in: C. Aggregate demand moving to the left
  • 49. A. Answer 13-1 Question 13 B. Answer 13-2 C. Answer 13-3 D. Answer 13-4
  • 50. A. Answer 14-1 Question 14 B. Answer 14-2 C. Answer 14-3 D. Answer 14-4
  • 51. A. Answer 15-1 Question 15 B. Answer 15-2 C. Answer 15-3 D. Answer 15-4
  • 52. $100
  • 53. $200
  • 54. $300
  • 55. $500
  • 56. $1,000
  • 57. $2,000
  • 58. $4,000
  • 59. $8,000
  • 60. $16,000
  • 61. $32,000
  • 62. $64,000
  • 63. $125,000
  • 64. $250,000
  • 65. $500,000
  • 66. $1 MILLION
  • 67. 3029282726252423222120191817161514131211109876543210
  • 68. 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
  • 69. Fastest Finger slide to follow
  • 70. Fastest Finger Question A. F.F. Answer 1 B. F.F. Answer 2 C. F.F. Answer 3 D. F.F. Answer 4
  • 71. ?. F.F. Answer ? ?. F.F. Answer ? ?. F.F. Answer ? ?. F.F. Answer ?
  • 72. “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” Powerpoint (Advanced) Template Designed and Created by Jeff White jcteacher@yahoo.com Copyright © 2000 Version 2.1 - Last updated 20 June, 2001 The graphics and sounds used in this template are recorded from the television show “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire,” and were obtained from both the ABC “WWTBAM” website and the ITV “WWTBAM” website. ABC is the American Broadcasting Corporation; ITV is the Channel 3 (UK) broadcasting company.

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