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#### Cash the Check and Track the Dough

From checking and savings accounts to learning the importance of maintaining records and balancing a bank account, prepare your students to become financially independent and savvy adults, and explore all the intricacies of owning a bank...

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#### Interest Rates

Use a KWL chart and discussion to explore the concept behind loans with interest based on percentage rates. Learners examine different types of interest, the history of interest loans and calculate the costs of a loan over a ten-year...

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#### Investigation: Oil Recovery

Energy conservers investigate gravel size to discover if it impacts the amount of oil recovered in the extraction process.

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#### Hands on Banking

Cha-ching! You just hit the jackpot with this interactive consumer math unit. Supported by a series of online lessons and activities, these lessons engage students in applying their math skills to real-life personal finance problems...

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#### Modeling a Context from a Verbal Description (part 1)

When complicated algebraic expressions are involved, it is sometimes easier to use a table or graph to model a context. The exercises in this lesson plan are designed for business applications and require complex algebraic expressions.

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#### Susita's Account

Your algebra students double their money monthly in this task based on a checking account balance. Learners write an equation to model the situation and then use their model to answer contextual questions.

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#### Banking on Debit Cards

What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a credit card versus a debit card? What are the costs of using a debit card irresponsibly? Here you'll find a lesson on key concepts that every learner should know regarding personal...

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#### A Valuable Quarter

Your young bankers model an account balance with an exponential function and solve the equation by extracting a root or taking a logarithm. The task involves the context of annual and compounding interest as well as some interesting...

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#### Integrated Algebra/Math B Regents Questions: Exponential Equations

In this exponential equations activity, learners solve 11 word problems in short answer and multiple choice format. Students write and solve exponential growth and decay problems given a word problem.

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#### Banking Role Play: Five Simple Banking Transactions

Students practice making basic bank transactions in English. They are divided into two groups: Bank Tellers and Bank Customers. Bank tellers sit in a line facing their clients. Bank tellers are given an activity sheet and play money....

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#### Fractional Reserve Banking Commentary 1

After a short review on the banking process and lending procedures, Sal outlines some of the problems and weaknesses of fractional reserve banking. Additionally, he details the differences between illiquidity and insolvency, as well as...

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#### Opposites (Verbs 6)

In this opposites worksheet, students match the verbs on the left with the opposite verb on the right. Students complete 9 matches total.

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#### Subtraction With Integers

This thorough introduction to the concept of subtracting negative integers walk learners through the necessary steps using teacher modeling and guided practice. Number lines and various word problems are used to support understanding of...

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#### Simple Interest: Problem Solving

In this interest worksheet, students use decimal division and the table comparing two bank account interest rates to solve the four word problems.

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#### ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN--Level 5--Time and Money

Students, after defining and reviewing the extensive list of vocabulary words on the board, examine various banking systems and terms (loans, interest rates, investments, mortgages, etc.). They also show mastery of this task by...

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#### Counting It Out In Rapid Speed!

Third graders engage in different money scenarios to learn about money exchange. In this money lesson plan, 3rd graders count out different amounts of money to simulate real world situations.

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#### M&M Interesting

Students examine the concepts of trade-offs and opportunity cost to decide between savings accounts with simple interest and those with compound interest. They calculate interest earned on account balances while working in groups and...

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#### M & M Interesting

Students compute and collect interest payments in the form of M&M candies. In this mathematics lesson, students work in small groups to compute either simple or compound interest. They compare the growth of their accounts after six...

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#### Banking Basics Extension 3.3

In this checking account register in the financial life of a teenager worksheet, students read and solve word problems. Students solve 10 problems.

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#### Banking: Life Skills Vocabulary

In this banking terminology worksheet, students fill in a crossword puzzle as they figure out the answers to fourteen clues associated with banks.

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#### Checks and Balances

Students examine how bank checks work and follow the "journey" of a written check. They discuss how transactional accounts work, identify and discuss the various parts of a check, and participate in a simulated business transaction...

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#### Checking Account - Reading Comprehension

In this reading comprehension worksheet, learners will read a passage about opening a bank account and then determine the answer to five comprehension questions. In addition students will then evaluate the scenario presented and write...

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#### Meaning of Integers

In this integers learning exercise, 5th graders write an integer for 4 word descriptions and use a number line to coordinate the 4 points M, A, T and H.

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#### Applications of Exponentials and Logarithms

In this algebra instructional activity, students solve exponential equations using logarithmic equations. They rewrite word problems using equations. There are 24 questions.