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Essay:
Two pages, double spaced, typed.

"What are your short term plans? What are your long-term goals? What factors did you base these decisions on? What steps have you taken to begin working on these plans and goals?"

Break up your essay into 3 sections Career, Education, Personal

Make sure you analyze both "goals" and "needs"

Length: Minimum 2 pages double spaced.

lab time

Murchie's Google Classroom join code: zptsnpa

Rypstra's Google Classroom Code: kopk9p

Journal 5: Do you have a budget? Do your parents or guardians? What do you think the benefits and drawbacks of living off a budget are?
Hands On Banking: Adults
Basics of Banking

Hands on Banking: Young Adults
"All About Credit"

6. How would you classify your spending habits? Are you good with money? Do you ever spend more than you should? What are some steps you can take to make yourself more financially responsible when you leave high school?
Hands on Banking: Adults
"Using Credit to Your Advantage"

7. How do you plan on paying for any major expenses out of high school (college, training, living accommodations, etc.)? What grants, loans, or other sources of income are you planning on utilizing?
What, Why, How - Goals Essay DEADLINE (Google Classroom Submission)
Hands on Banking: Young Adults
"School and $"

8. Make a list of some everyday (phone, internet service, food, etc.) or entertainment expenses you might have in your first year out of high school. How do you plan on paying for these items/services?
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Hands on Banking: Adults
"Money Management Tips and Tools"

9. Trade offs are things that you currently spend money on that can be the first to eliminate when you need to save more money. What are some items/services you currently use that could be traded off if money gets tight? Are there certain amenities that are not technically necessary that "you just couldn't live without?
Hands on Banking: Adults
"Protect Yourself Financially"

10. College students and others new to creating a financial fingerprint are 5 times more likely to be victims of identity theft. Why do you think this is? What are some steps you can take to protect yourself financially?
11. After completing the "Hands on Banking" online resources, what area do you feel you have the strongest knowledge? What area do you need to review more? What was one thing that was not covered in the online resources that you wish you knew more about?


Review day for all Hands on Banking materials

ASSESSMENT over Hands On Banking
Journals Due

Personal Budgeting Review

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12: How do your values influence your opinions on social issues? Give examples of opinions you have and explain how they are made based on what you value.

Notetaking - Outline Method

Ethics Lecture - "Facts and Values"

13: Who do you admire? Who do you envy? If you could trade places with any person, who would you pick?


Notetaking - Cornell Method

Ethics Lecture - "Lives to Envy, Lives to Admire"

14: Who inspires you most? (Anyone you know or do not know. Family, friends, authors, artists, leaders, etc.) Which qualities inspire you, in each person?


Ethics Lecture Series - Response Questions

Notetaking - Mapping Method

Ethics Lecture - Life's Priorities

15. If you had to determine how much money a human life is worth, what would you say? How much is any one life worth in dollars and cents? How did you arrive at this answer?

Notetaking - Digital

Ethics Lecture - "Cash Value of a Human Life"

Half Day
Ethics Lecture Series - Response Questions
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