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Money Matters - Week 21 Jan. 31

January 31, 2022

 

MONDAY

 

OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to examine the types, sources and uses of credit, determine the established guidelines for credit ratings and scores, and outline the need for maintaining good personal and business credit analyze and evaluate sources and types of credit, understand the importance of a credit score and read a credit report, examine the components of the cost of borrowing, differentiate between debit and credit cards, and evaluate the basic borrowing process.

ACTIVITY:  

  • Borrowing Basics Review

ASSIGNMENTS:  

Due Date: Today

TUESDAY

OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to examine the types, sources and uses of credit, determine the established guidelines for credit ratings and scores, and outline the need for maintaining good personal and business credit analyze and evaluate sources and types of credit, understand the importance of a credit score and read a credit report, examine the components of the cost of borrowing, differentiate between debit and credit cards, and evaluate the basic borrowing process.

ACTIVITY:  

  • Borrowing Basics Test

ASSIGNMENTS:  

Due Date: Today

WEDNESDAY

 

OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to identify reasons for saving and investing, evaluate cost and benefits of various savings options, evaluate risk and return of various investment options, design a plan for saving and investing, analyze the relationship between risk and return and interpret the role of goal setting in saving and investment. 

ACTIVITY:  

  • Student Notes Saving & Investment Basics

  • Calculating Interest Activity

ASSIGNMENTS:  

Due Date: Today

THURSDAY

 

OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to identify reasons for saving and investing, evaluate cost and benefits of various savings options, evaluate risk and return of various investment options, design a plan for saving and investing, analyze the relationship between risk and return and interpret the role of goal setting in saving and investment. .ACTIVITY:  

  • Saving Options Student Notes Part 1

  • Saving Vehicles Activity

ASSIGNMENTS:  

Due Date: Today

FRIDAY

 

OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to identify reasons for saving and investing, evaluate cost and benefits of various savings options, evaluate risk and return of various investment options, design a plan for saving and investing, analyze the relationship between risk and return and interpret the role of goal setting in saving and investment. 

ACTIVITY:  

  • Saving Options Student Notes Part 2

ASSIGNMENTS:  

Due Date: Today

Jennifer Leverett

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Com 1
School Phone:
903-737-2800
Conference Time:
5th Period (11:19 am - 12:06 pm)