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Students listen to the book The Goat in the Rug, about a Navajo weaver who uses a number of resources and intermediate goods to make a traditional Navajo rug. The students are placed in groups to learn about productive resources and intermediate goods. They play a matching game and make posters to classify the natural resources, human resources, capital resources and intermediate goods used in the story.
This lesson plan is designed for teaching grades 3, 4, and 5.
Book written by Charles L. Blood and Martin Link / ISBN: 0-689-71418-1. This book is in print and available.
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