PEN 2932 Services and Goods

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This presentation introduces the concepts of services and goods. It gives examples and a short quiz for practice.

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Title: Services and Goods By C Bohannon-Brown PEN #2932 Published by Peach e~Books Georgia www.peachebooks.com All rights reserved. This publication may be reproduced by educators, parents, and students for educational purposes only. Commercial duplication is prohibited. © Peach e~Books April 12, 2008

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When people perform jobs for others, the jobs are called “services”.

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When people buy things, those things are called “goods”.

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Let’s take a look at examples of services and goods.

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When farmers grow and harvest food, they are providing services. When people buy the food, they are purchasing goods.

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When grocery cashiers and baggers handle money and food for shoppers, they are providing services. When people buy their groceries, they are purchasing goods.

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When bakers make cakes and breads, they are providing services. When people buy the cakes and breads, they are purchasing goods.

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When parents make their children’s lunches, they are providing services. When the children eat their lunches, they are eating goods.

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When restaurant servers bring food to the table, they are providing services. The food that people order from menus are goods. food server

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When sheep farmers sheer the wool off of sheep, they are providing services. When people buy the wool to make clothing, they are purchasing goods.

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When sales people help shoppers to buy clothes, they are providing services. The clothes that people purchase are goods.

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When gas station attendants pump gasoline for customers, they are providing services. The gallons of gasoline that people purchase are called goods.

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Fire fighters put out deadly fires. Would their jobs be examples of services or goods? Fire fighters provide services to people in their community.

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People buy many colas from drink machines. Would these purchases be examples of services or goods? Purchasing colas would be examples of buying goods.

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School store assistants sell pencils, pens, and markers to students. What would be the service and what would be the goods? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The school store assistants’ help would be services. The pencils, pens, and markers would be the goods.

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Everyday, people use services and buy goods. See if you can identify some services and goods, the next time you go shopping.

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Online Resources Thank you to the following resources: Social Studies for Kids http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/articles/economics/goodsandservices1.htm All photos provided by: Microsoft XP Media Collection (PowerPoint) Version 2002