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FINAL EXAM IN EDMODO

In a note to me in Edmodo, write a course description for this course. Write it so that students will want to take the course. Be sure to include what you learned this semester.

  1.  http://education.howthemarketworks.com/how-to-trade/how-to-trade-stocks/
    1. Under Beginning Market Concepts read #7-12
  2. Play the Game!!
  1.  http://education.howthemarketworks.com/how-to-trade/how-to-trade-stocks/
    1. Under Intermediate Market Concepts read #1-5
  2. Play the Game!!
  1.  http://education.howthemarketworks.com/how-to-trade/how-to-trade-stocks/
    1. Under Intermediate Market Concepts read #6-10
  2. Play the Game!!
  1.  http://education.howthemarketworks.com/how-to-trade/how-to-trade-stocks/
    1. Under Advanced read the first 3 articles
  2. Play the Game!!
  1.  http://education.howthemarketworks.com/how-to-trade/how-to-trade-stocks/
    1. Under Advanced read the last 3 articles
  2. Play the Game!!

Online Personal Finance Game–Mission 1–create an account. This is our class code: c4ce6f

  1. Famililarize
  2. Each mission has a common format. Here is a list of mission steps:
    1. Login and introduction, general briefing from Monique and optional tour.
    2. Mission selection from the Situation Map.
    3. Selection of operatives to form a team, then pushing Start Mission button.
    4. Profile Match questions (a handful of preliminary questions).
    5. Mission briefing from Monique, with opportunity to view the Player’s Guide.
    6. Working through tutorial information (“4-1-1,” as Monique refers to it), gaining points and knowledge.
    7. Answering credibility questions from other members of the team, gaining points and knowledge.
    8. Answering of Battle questions, gaining points and knowledge.
    9. Mission solution (final chance to win points). Notice that each mission has self-contained points and scoring. Scores are only kept within missions, not across missions.

By the end of this mission you will be able to (you will be asked to WRITE about these at the completion of Mission 1!):

  1. Explain and apply the principle of compound interest.
  2. Explain why an early start is important to lifetime financial success.
  3. Explain why long-term investors do not have to worry about moving money around but
  4. instead “buy and hold.
  5. Explain why long-term investors do not have to worry about picking ‘hot’ assets but
  6. instead diversify their holdings.
  7. Explain why it is important to take advantage of employers’ matching employee
  8. retirement contributions.

Mission objectives

Angela needs to understand the three most important principles of wealth building:

  1. Start early
  2. Buy and hold
  3. Diversify

At the completion of Mission 1, login to your Google Account and complete the following: You are long term investor. You work for Principal Financial. In a Google Doc, compose a letter to a potential client explaining the importance of long-term investments. Be sure to mention something about each of the following:

  1. Explain the difference between compound interest and simple interest.
  2. Explain why an early start is important to lifetime financial success.
  3. Explain why long-term investors do not have to worry about moving money around but
  4. instead “buy and hold”.
  5. Explain why long-term investors do not have to worry about picking ‘hot’ assets but
  6. instead diversify their holdings.
  7. Explain why it is important to take advantage of employers’ matching employee retirement contributions.

Online Personal Finance Game–Mission 1–start

  1.  REVIEW:
    1. Each mission has a common format. Here is a list of mission steps:
      1. Login and introduction, general briefing from Monique and optional tour.
      2. Mission selection from the Situation Map.
      3. Selection of operatives to form a team, then pushing Start Mission button.
      4. Profile Match questions (a handful of preliminary questions).
      5. Mission briefing from Monique, with opportunity to view the Player’s Guide.
      6. Working through tutorial information (“4-1-1,” as Monique refers to it), gaining points and knowledge.
      7. Answering credibility questions from other members of the team, gaining points and knowledge.
      8. Answering of Battle questions, gaining points and knowledge.
      9. Mission solution (final chance to win points). Notice that each mission has self-contained points and scoring. Scores are only kept within missions, not across missions.

By the end of this mission you will be able to (you will be asked to WRITE about these at the completion of Mission 1!):

  1. Explain and apply the principle of compound interest.
  2. Explain why an early start is important to lifetime financial success.
  3. Explain why long-term investors do not have to worry about moving money around but
  4. instead “buy and hold.
  5. Explain why long-term investors do not have to worry about picking ‘hot’ assets but
  6. instead diversify their holdings.
  7. Explain why it is important to take advantage of employers’ matching employee
  8. retirement contributions.

Mission objectives

Angela needs to understand the three most important principles of wealth building:

  1. Start early
  2. Buy and hold
  3. Diversify

At the completion of Mission 1, login to your Google Account and complete the following: You are long term investor. You work for Principal Financial. In a Google Doc, compose a letter to a potential client explaining the importance of long-term investments. Be sure to mention something about each of the following:

  1. Explain the difference between compound interest and simple interest.
  2. Explain why an early start is important to lifetime financial success.
  3. Explain why long-term investors do not have to worry about moving money around but
  4. instead “buy and hold”.
  5. Explain why long-term investors do not have to worry about picking ‘hot’ assets but
  6. instead diversify their holdings.
  7. Explain why it is important to take advantage of employers’ matching employee retirement contributions.

Online Personal Finance Game–Mission 1–FINISH

IF TIME PERMITS, CHECK JMC AND GET ALL MAKE UP WORK COMPLETED!!

Mission 2: Help Veronica choose a tentative career

By the end of Mission 2 you will know (be prepared to write about each of the following at the completion of this mission):

  1. Explain the concept of human capital.
  2. Recognize the importance of investing in human capital.
  3. Identify a tentative career area.
  4. Use Occupational Outlook Handbook information to identify what an occupation career is like, the education requirements, and the typical salary.
  5. Identify occupations that match a given set of skills, abilities, and interests.

Mission objectives

To complete the mission, help Veronica:

  1. Analyze her career inventory
  2. Use the results of the career inventory to identify a tentative career cluster
  3. Research three specific careers within the cluster
  4. Help Veronica make a tentative career choice

After Mission 2, in a Google Doc, write a letter to your parents and share it with me. Be sure to include the following:

  1. Identify a tentative career area.
  2. Use Occupational Outlook Handbook information to identify what an occupation career is like, the education requirements, and the typical salary.
  3. Find a college in Iowa AND out of Iowa that you could attend in order to get a degree to work in this field. How much is college at both in state and out of state schools?

Finish Mission 2

After Mission 2, in a Google Doc, write a letter to your parents and share it with me. Be sure to include the following:

  1. Identify a tentative career area.
  2. Use Occupational Outlook Handbook information to identify what an occupation career
    is like, the education requirements, and the typical salary.
  3. Find a college in Iowa AND out of Iowa that you could attend in order to get a degree to work in this field. How much is college at both in state and out of state schools?

Mission 3: Help Matt decide whether to continue formal education after he graduates from high school

By the end of Misson 3 you will know how to:

  1. Understand and apply the concept of human capital.
  2. Explain that human capital is related to education choices, career choices, opportunities,
  3. and income.
  4. Define and give examples of opportunity cost.
  5. Weigh the costs and benefits of a choice to make an informed decision.

Mission objectives

To complete the mission, help Matt:

  1. Understand the concept of human capital
  2. Consider his current set of human capital and what knowledge and skills he may need to acquire to meet his goals
  3. Consider the differences in wages for various levels of educational attainment (calculate lifetime high school vs. college)
  4. Decide on an appropriate plan for Matt after high school, considering the costs and benefits of his potential choices

After Mission 3, in a Google Doc, write a letter to your parents and share it with me. Be sure to include the following:

  1. Identify a career
  2. Evaluate your current set of human capital and what knowledge and skills you need to acquire this chosen career.
  3. What wages can you expect to make if you proceed into this chosen career?
  4. What wages can you expect to make if you do not further your human capital beyond high school?
  5. What is an appropriate plan for you after high school–be sure to consider costs & benefits of your choice.

 

Finish Mission 3

After Mission 3, in a Google Doc, write a letter to your parents and share it with me. Be sure to include the following:

  1. Identify a career
  2. Evaluate your current set of human capital and what knowledge and skills you need to acquire this chosen career.
  3. What wages can you expect to make if you proceed into this chosen career?
  4. What wages can you expect to make if you do not further your human capital beyond high school?
  5. What is an appropriate plan for you after high school–be sure to consider costs & benefits of your choice.

Mission 4: Help the O’Neils save $300 a month for a down payment on a home

At the completion of Mission 4 you will know how to:

  1. Recognize that setting financial goals can help people be successful at saving.
  2. Recognize that in order to accomplish their financial goals, people have to spend less
  3. than they receive.
  4. Identify a simple way – examination of an online check register – to estimate family
  5. expenditures and develop a family budget.
  6. Identify ways of saving by keeping income “out of sight as a way to start saving.

Mission objectives

To complete this mission, help the O’Neils:

  1. Set a financial goal of saving for a down payment on a house
  2. Examine their online checking account record and place the amount of each withdrawal
  3. into one of 8 categories
  4. Calculate a total percent of spending in each category
  5. Identify the categories in which they can reduce spending
  6. Revise their budget to save $300 a month
  7. Identify the best way to put the money they save out of sight

Based on what you learn in Mission 4–create a monthly budget for yourself. The more detailed you are the more points you will earn. Create this in a Google Doc (I would use a Google Spreadsheet) and share it with me.

 

Finish Mission 3

After Mission 3, in a Google Doc, write a letter to your parents and share it with me. Be sure to include the following:

  1. Identify a career
  2. Evaluate your current set of human capital and what knowledge and skills you need to acquire this chosen career.
  3. What wages can you expect to make if you proceed into this chosen career?
  4. What wages can you expect to make if you do not further your human capital beyond high school?
  5. What is an appropriate plan for you after high school–be sure to consider costs & benefits of your choice.

Mission 4: Help the O’Neils save $300 a month for a down payment on a home

At the completion of Mission 4 you will know how to:

  1. Recognize that setting financial goals can help people be successful at saving.
  2. Recognize that in order to accomplish their financial goals, people have to spend less
  3. than they receive.
  4. Identify a simple way – examination of an online check register – to estimate family
  5. expenditures and develop a family budget.
  6. Identify ways of saving by keeping income “out of sight as a way to start saving.

Mission objectives

To complete this mission, help the O’Neils:

  1. Set a financial goal of saving for a down payment on a house
  2. Examine their online checking account record and place the amount of each withdrawal
  3. into one of 8 categories
  4. Calculate a total percent of spending in each category
  5. Identify the categories in which they can reduce spending
  6. Revise their budget to save $300 a month
  7. Identify the best way to put the money they save out of sight

Based on what you learn in Mission 4–create a monthly budget for yourself. The more detailed you are the more points you will earn. Create this in a Google Doc (I would use a Google Spreadsheet) and share it with me.

Finish Mission 4

Based on what you learn in Mission 4–create a monthly budget for yourself. The more detailed you are the more points you will earn. Create this in a Google Doc (I would use a Google Spreadsheet) and share it with me.

Mission 5: Teach Justin about credit

At the completion of this mission you will be able to:

  1. Calculate interest payments, minimum balances, and the cost of credit.
  2. Develop and apply criteria for determining when the use of credit is appropriate.
  3. Explain the damage to a credit score that results from missing payments.
  4. Explain the various costs, including annual fees and finance charges, found on credit card statements.

Mission objectives

To complete this mission, help Justin:

  1. Develop a plan to pay off his credit card debt
  2. Identify advantages and disadvantages to using credit
  3. Identify three criteria to apply when deciding to use credit in future purchasing situations
  4. Practice applying the three criteria to purchasing decisions he might encounter in the future

In a Google Doc, share with me the answers to the following questions. BE THOROUGH!!!

  1. Identify advantages and disadvantages to using credit
  2. Identify three criteria to apply when deciding to use credit in future purchasing situations

Finish Mission 5

In a Google Doc, share with me the answers to the following questions. BE THOROUGH!!!

  1. Identify advantages and disadvantages to using credit
  2. Identify three criteria to apply when deciding to use credit in future purchasing situations

TEST NEXT CLASS OVER MISSIONS 1-5

REVIEW YOUR WRITING ASSIGNMENTS AND PAST LESSON PLANS

REVIEW for the first 15 minutes of class.

TAKE THE TEST OVER MISSIONS 1-5. The test is in Edmodo. CLOSE EVERYTHING!! The only program that should be running is Internet Explorer and the only tab that should be up is EDMODO!!!!

MAKE UP WORK–PLEASE TURN IN EVERYTHING TODAY!!!!

REVIEW for the first 15 minutes of class.

TAKE THE TEST OVER MISSIONS 1-5. The test is in Edmodo. CLOSE EVERYTHING!! The only program that should be running is Internet Explorer and the only tab that should be up is EDMODO!!!!

MAKE UP WORK–PLEASE TURN IN EVERYTHING TODAY!!!!

Mission 6: Advise Kai on how to invest his grandmother’s $10,000

At the completion of this mission you will know how to:

1. Explain the costs and benefits of saving.

2. Show why a goal with tangible short-term costs and less tangible long-term benefits may be harder to achieve.

3. Describe the relationship between risk and return across asset categories.

4. Choose an appropriate investment vehicle for someone with a specified time horizon and risk tolerance.

Mission objectives

To complete this mission, help Kai understand:

1. Why people don’t do what they should do

2. The alternative asset vehicles

3. The trade-off between risk and return

4. The importance of time horizon

5. Recommend an appropriate investment for his grandmother’s $10,000.

  1. Complete mission 6. In a Google Doc, tell me what you learned from Mission 6. Be sure to address the objectives mentioned in last class’ lesson plan.If you failed the mission, be sure to explain why you failed the mission and what you could have done differently. The more descriptive you are, the more points you will earn. This is a TEST grade!!!
  2. Mission 7: Convince Paul, Fred and Diana to reconsider their choice of financial institution. At the completion of this lesson you will know how to:1. Identify the types of alternative financial institutions, such as check-cashing stores, rent-to-own stores, and payday lenders.2. Recognize the advantages and disadvantages of using alternative financial institutions.3. Recognize the advantages and disadvantages of using mainstream financial institutions.
  3. Mission objectives: To complete this mission:
    1. Help Paul, Fred and Diana with some basic information about alternative financial institutions
    2. Present the advantages and disadvantages of each alternative financial institution
    3. Help your contacts calculate the cost of using alternative financial institutions
    4. Guide them to choose less expensive ways to meet their financial need
  1. Complete mission 6. In a Google Doc, tell me what you learned from Mission 6. Be sure to address the objectives mentioned in last class’ lesson plan.If you failed the mission, be sure to explain why you failed the mission and what you could have done differently. The more descriptive you are, the more points you will earn. This is a TEST grade!!!
  1. Complete Mission 7
  2. In a Google Doc, tell me what you learned from Mission 7. Be sure to address the objectives mentioned in last class’ lesson plan. Be sure to tell me how you can use what you learned in this mission in your life, either now or in the future. USE GOOD GRAMMAR & MECHANICS!! Here are the objectives from Mission 7 that need to be addressed:
    1. Compare & contrast alternative financial institutions with mainstream financial institutions.
  1. Complete Mission 7
  2. In a Google Doc, tell me what you learned from Mission 7. Be sure to address the objectives mentioned in last class’ lesson plan. Be sure to tell me how you can use what you learned in this mission in your life, either now or in the future. USE GOOD GRAMMAR & MECHANICS!! Here are the objectives from Mission 7 that need to be addressed:
    1. Compare & contrast alternative financial institutions with mainstream financial institutions.

Mission 8

Mission objectives

To be successful in this mission you must:

1. Help Uncle Louie understand the basics of investing in stocks

2. Teach Uncle Louie about the advantages and disadvantages of owning stocks

3. Show Uncle Louie how to read a stock table

4. Guide Uncle Louie in using the stock table to pick stocks to meet various investment criteria

Learning objectives

1. Define stock, dividend, stockholder, savings, income.

2. Understand why corporations issue stock.

3. Understand why people buy stock.

4. Identify the main advantages and disadvantages to owning stock.

5. Understand the risks of stock and ways that stockholders can reduce these risks.

6. Read stock tables presented in a newspaper or online

In a Google Doc, tell me what you learned from Mission 8. Be sure to address the objectives mentioned in last class’ lesson plan. Be sure to tell me how you can use what you learned in this mission in your life, either now or in the future.

Mission 9

Mission objectives

To be successful in this mission you must:

1. Help Tyrone and Felicia understand the basics of investing in bonds

2. Teach Tyrone and Felicia about the advantages and disadvantages of owning bonds

3. Help them understand the relationship between bond ratings, default risk, and rate of
return

4. Show Tyrone and Felicia how to read a bond table

Learning objectives

1. Explain what a bond is and how bonds are used by corporations and governments.

2. Define face value, coupon rate, and maturity date.

3. Understand the difference between coupon bonds and zero coupon bonds.

4. Identify advantages and disadvantages of owning bonds.

5. Identify the relationship between a bond’s rating, default risk, and rate of return

Finish Mission 9

In a Google Doc, write an article for a financial institution’s (like Prudential) monthly newsletter to help your customers understand the relationship between bond ratings, default risk, and rate of
return. You will score higher if you show your understanding of the terms in your article. Use the internet or review Mission 9 to help you.

Start Mission 10

Mission objectives

To be successful in this mission you must:

1. Teach them the basics of investing in mutual funds

2. Help them understand the advantages and disadvantages of investing in mutual funds

3. Show the club members how to read a mutual fund table from a newspaper or online

Learning objectives

1. Explain how mutual funds work.

2. Identify advantages and disadvantages of investing in mutual funds.

3. Define terms associated with mutual funds.

4. Read a mutual fund table presented in a newspaper or online.

Finish Mission 10

THERE WILL BE A TEST OVER MISSIONS 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 NEXT CLASS!!

In a Google Doc, tell me what you learned from Mission 10. Be sure to address the objectives mentioned in last class’ lesson plan. Be sure to tell me how you can use what you learned in this mission in your life, either now or in the future

TEST

Start Mission 11

Mission objectives

To be successful in this mission you must advise the donor on:

1. Why investment necessarily takes place under conditions of incomplete information

2. Why above-average returns are unlikely over the long run

3. How fundamental analysts try to select promising stocks using share price, P/E ratio,
annual revenue, and earnings per share

4. Features of the various types of assets

5. A portfolio of assets, with a 20-year time horizon and moderate risk

Learning objectives

1. Explain why investment takes place under conditions of incomplete information.

2. Explain why it is difficult to choose investments that have extremely high returns.

3. Show the influence of stock price, price/earnings ratio, annual revenue and earnings per
share on stock selection.

4. Choose an appropriate portfolio for someone with a specified time horizon and risk
tolerance.

Complete Mission 11

In a Google Doc, share with me and at least 1 other classmate at least 5 web sites that help people play the stock market and/or show stock prices and rating.

Start Mission 12

Mission objectives

To be successful in this mission you must help Jasmine:

1. Understand the laws of supply and demand regarding stocks

2. Consider the types of events that influence the supply and demand for stocks

3. Examine the stocks in her client‟s portfolio and make decisions about which ones to buy
and sell based on information she receives.

Learning objectives

1. Explain that the price of a stock is determined in a market.

2. Understand that the interaction of supply and demand for a stock determines its price.

3. List some factors that affect the supply and demand for a stock.

Complete Mission 12

In a Google Doc, compose a letter to a classmate who is not in this class, explaining the following:

1. Understand the laws of supply and demand regarding stocks

2. Consider the types of events that influence the supply and demand for stocks

Start Mission 13

Mission objectives

To be successful in this mission you must help Markos:

1. Understand how monetary policy affects stock prices

2. Identify the role that monetary policy played before and after the 1929, 1987 and 2008
crashes

3. Recognize the risks that occur when investors ignore advice to diversify their portfolio

4. Review the scholarship fund portfolio to identify the asset category that crashed, and then
take appropriate action to weather the crash

Learning objectives

1. Explain how monetary policy affects stock prices.

2. Explain the stock market crash of 1929 and why it was followed by a depression.

3. Explain the stock market crash of 1987 and why it was followed by a recovery of asset
prices.

4. Explain the real estate bubble of 2005-2007 and how it led to the 2008 crash of stock
market prices.

5. Explain the risks that occur when an investor ignores the advice to “diversify” and instead
concentrates assets in a “hot sector.”

6. React appropriately to a marked reduction in the value of one sector in a portfolio.

 

Complete Mission 13

In a Google Doc, using complete sentences, summarize each of the following:

1. Identify the role that monetary policy played before and after the 1929, 1987 and 2008 crashes

2. Recognize the risks that occur when investors ignore advice to diversify their portfolio

Start Mission 14

Mission objectives

To be successful in this mission you must advise the political leaders on:

1. The phases of a business cycle

2. The links between the stock market and the economy

3. How leading indicators may show the future direction of the economy

4. Their economic forecast, given underlying current conditions in their country’s economy

Learning objectives

1. Describe the phases of a typical business cycle.

2. Explain how changes in the stock market may affect the overall economy.

3. Explain how the Federal Reserve’s regulation of the money supply and banking may
affect the overall economy.

4. Use stock prices and other leading economic indicators to forecast real GDP, inflation,
and unemployment

 

 

Complete Mission 14

In a Google Doc, explain how leading indicators may show the future direction of the economy

Begin Mission 15

Mission objectives

To be successful in this mission you must:

1. Explain to the participants the four types of risk involved in saving and investing

2. Explain the approach to financial planning you will use

3. Ask each participant eight questions to help you understand their financial goals and
current situation

4. Develop a financial plan for each participant

Learning objectives

1. Describe the four types of risk involved in saving and investing.

2. Use a five-step decision making process to evaluate investment choices.

3. Identify eight questions individuals should consider when seeking investment advice.

4. Examine the investment needs of people in different financial situations and make
appropriate recommendations.

 

Complete Mission 15

In a Google Doc,

1. Explain the four types of risk involved in saving and investing

2. Explain the approach to financial planning you will use

GOAL: Before you leave today you will demonstrate that you know how to plan for education and advancement.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Finish working on the Computer Exercise for Lesson 10.
  3. Please respond to Written Questions 1-3 on page 96 using good writing skills in a shared Google Doc with me.

GOAL: Before you leave today you will demonstrate that you know how to pay your taxes.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Finish the Computer Exercise for lesson 12.
  3. Please respond to the 4 Written Questions on page 110 using good writing skills in a shared Google Doc with me.

Goal: Before you leave today you will demonstrate what you know about the basics of Investing.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Finish the Computer Exercise for Lesson 13. Please to the Written Questions on page 120 in a shared Google Doc with me. Use good writing skills.

GOAL: Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to demonstrate what you know about risk vs. return.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Open the handout for Lesson 14 and read it. Be sure you can answer the questions on page 128.
  3. Begin the Computer Exercise for Lesson 14. Please record your responses to Questions 1-2 and Worksheet 1 in a shared Google Doc with me. Use good writing skills.

Goal: Before you leave today you will demonstrate what you know about risk vs. return.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Finish the Computer Exercise for Lesson 14. Please to the Written Questions on page 128 in a shared Google Doc with me. Use good writing skills.

GOAL: Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to demonstrate what you know about diversification.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Open the handout for Lesson 15 and read it. Be sure you can answer the questions on page 135.
  3. Begin the Computer Exercise for Lesson 15. Please record your responses to Questions 1-3 and Worksheet 1 in a shared Google Doc with me. Use good writing skills.

Goal: Before you leave today you will demonstrate what you know about diversification.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Finish the Computer Exercise for Lesson 15. Please respond  to the Written Questions on page 1135 in a shared Google Doc with me. Use good writing skills.

GOAL: Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to demonstrate what you know about investing for retirement.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Open the handout for Lesson 16 and read it. Be sure you can answer the questions on page 142.
  3. Begin the Computer Exercise for Lesson 16. Please record your responses to Questions 1-4 in a shared Google Doc with me. Use good writing skills.

Goal: Before you leave today you will demonstrate what you know about investing for retirement.

  1. Go to the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Finish the Computer Exercise for Lesson 16. Please respond  to the Written Questions on page 142 in a shared Google Doc with me. Use good writing skills.

GOAL: Before you leave class today you will demonstrate that you know how to buy a home.

  1. Get into the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Finish working on the Computer Exercise for Lesson 17.
  3. Please respond to Written Questions 1-4 on page 152 using good writing skills in a shared Google Doc with me.

GOAL: Before you leave today you will demonstrate that you know about insurance.

  1. Get into the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Open and read the handout for Lesson 19–Insurance. Be sure you can answer the written questions on page 162.
  3. Begin the Computer Exercise for Lesson 18. Please record your responses to Worksheet 1 and Questions 1-6 in a shared Google Doc with me. We will finish it next class.

GOAL: Before you leave today you will demonstrate that you know about insurance.

  1. Get into the Personal Finance game on your computer.
  2. Complete the Computer Exercise for Lesson 18.
  3. Please respond to Written  Questions 1-3 on page 162 in a shared Google Doc with me. Use good writing skills!

REVIEW–Get into the other class for the GenIRevolution game and review all missions.

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