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3.13 Give examples of goods and services provided by their local business and industries.



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A good:
  • Something that you can use
    • EX) Clothes, DVDs, CDs, food, toothpaste, car, pencil, etc.
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A service:
  • Something that someone else does for you
    • EX) haircut, dentists, plumbing, chef at a restaurant, maid/janitor, etc.

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Click here for a Brain Pop article on goods vs. services

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Multimedia.pngClick here for a youtube video "Herschel's World of Economics: Goods vs. Services"

Factories at Asnieres, seen from the Quai de Clichy, Painting by Vincent Van Gogh, 1887
Factories at Asnieres, seen from the Quai de Clichy, Painting by Vincent Van Gogh, 1887

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Show-Me Economics provides teaching resources from the Columbia, Missouri Public Schools.