We’ve been conditioned to view the drive-through as not only fast, but cheap. But is it, really?
Whether you’re ordering a combo meal or piecing together a value menu masterpiece, fast food has gotten more expensive. How much of a dent is it putting in our budgets and how do these restaurants get us to spend more and more money? Discuss this with your students in NGPF’s activity series based on Business Insider’s web series: So Expensive.
Students will watch a video about a specific product or service, identify the specific factors of production that impact its price, and dig deeper by answering a few thought-provoking questions.
So Expensive #25: Fast Food Orders
We hope this activity will help you provide your students with engaging topics to help sharpen personal finance and economics skills!
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Looking for more ways to introduce economics into your personal finance classroom? Check out NGPF’s Econ Collection!