Everything you need to understand or teach The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith.
This is a very famous piece of nonfiction literature of the modern world. It is late 18th century. It was part of a new level of social learning and proliferation of public knowledge. Adam Smith was prominent during his lifetime and was known to have a prestigious friend, the atheist philosopher David Hume who was Scottish. Hume writes substantially regarding the unification of the nation of England with the country of Scotland. While not a prevailing theme, it is alluded to more than once.
The Scottish author delves into and presents one of the greatest initial formulations of economics the English speaking world has ever known. Several principles are laid out and explained in this landmark work in its field. The work is thorough and substantial, running to 900 pages and being subdivided into a number of books. There are 4 types of Introductory material in the work. Then there...
An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations Lesson Plans contain 150 pages of teaching material, including: