Financial Literacy: First Steps, Unit Agenda

Financial Literacy: First Steps, Unit Agenda
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This is an agenda for the hands-on activities and real-life application lessons in a 4-6 week Financial Literacy: First Steps unit. Included in the agenda you will find notes and homework assignments that coordinate with the daily activities. The activities identified on this agenda are available under other Financial Literacy: First Steps postings.

"Financial Literacy: First Steps" is designed to develop students' basic knowledge of some of the life skills they will need when they deal with the real economic world. Our unit includes personal budgeting, needs versus wants, wages, banking, taxes, and protecting one's personal financial resources. At the conclusion of the study, students will know the finances of employment, how to apply reliable information and systematic decision-making to personal financial decisions, and recognize and accept differences among peers' values and attitudes about money.
If you would like to see more of the activities available from the Financial Literacy: First Steps unit consider:
Unit Agenda: Can Money Go Up in Smoke?; Heady Percents; Fractions-Decimals-Percents; Intro to Really Large Numbers; Percent Increase and Decrease: Itemized Spending Log; Journal; Days of Interest Notes; Number Line Creations; Payments/Bonuses; Price of Gasoline; Transaction Ledger
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Teaching Duration
2 Months

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