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The Goat in the Rug
Source: Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis | Type: lesson

Students listen to the book The Goat in the Rug, about a Navajo weaver named Glenmae who uses mohair from her goat Geraldine and 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. The students play a matching game and make posters to classify the natural resources, human resources, capital resources, and intermediate goods used in the story to produce the rug.




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