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Microloan Competition Project Report & Analysis

For Wednesday, September 24, please upload your presentation to the class Dropbox folder.

Create your presentation using PowerPoint.  Include the following:

*Slide 1: Group Member Names & Creative Project Title
*Slide 2: Project Objectives & Goal
*Slide 3: Project "Plan"  (or how you set out to achieve your objectives & goal; answer 3 essential questions)
*Slide 4: Project Materials & Cost
*Slide 5: Receipts for Materials  (these may be scanned; you may use several slides if necessary)
*Slide 6: Re-investment (if you spent more than $25, explain and show when & how you re-invested)
*Slide 7: Total Revenue, Cost, & Net Profit
*Slide 8: Analysis using SWOT/FODA format

*Pictures of various stages of your project submitted as evidence will raise your score.  As always, double check mechanics. :)  Remember you may submit video footage to the Dropbox folder for extra credit.

August Essay Opportunity

After watching Taylor's introductory lecture, "How Economists Think," what are you thinking about economics?  Write a one page essay sharing your thoughts on the subject.  You may choose to weigh in on any of the points made by Taylor, relate something you saw on the news, read recently, or found while pursuing Chapter 1 in your text.  The good and bad sides of competitive urges? The scarcity v. distribution debate?  Hard minds, soft hearts?  Or anything else.  I look forward to receiving a neat, proofed, one physical page version of your ideas promptly at the start of class on Friday, August 22.