Designed for whole-class differentiated instruction.
Outline of Contents:
1. Earning Money
* How do I get money? (Someone gives it to me, I find it, I work for it, I receive money from an investment)
* What are some ways for me to earn money? (Provide a service. What is a service? * Examples of services that I can provide)
* How can I ensure that someone will ask for my services again so that I can earn more money?
2. Luxury and Necessity - Food
* What are foods and beverages that are necessities vs. luxuries (especially if we want good health).
* Do not frequently waste funds on food luxuries (fast foods, restaurants)
3. Luxury and Necessity - Technology
*Features or newer versions of a phone may drastically raise the price. What cell phone features of a Smartphone are typically considered to be a necessity?
* Features or newer versions of a tablet or watch may drastically raise the price. Is this a necessity? Which features of a tablet are typically considered to be a necessity?
* Other technologies
4. Better and Sometimes more expensive
* Higher quality items sometimes cost more
* Stationary for job applications
* Good pair of shoes usually costs more
* Good mattress usually cost more
* Do not waste money, but consider the quality needed for certain items, and budget accordingly.
Dale Loggins has taught diverse learners for more than a dozen years. To facilitate learning, he has had the time-consuming task of creating and teaching the curriculum. TIME IS MONEY! Spend a little money to regain a LOT OF YOUR TIME. Most importantly, present lessons that foster inquiry (with prompts), equity (with varied questions), and the acquisition of critical life skills!
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