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1 FINANCIAL STRATEGIES Employee Hand Book S:\District Office\District Business ED\00Financial Services\09 10\Financial Services Orientation2

6 FINANCIAL STRATEGIES TIMELINE This course covers business concepts that help students become knowledgeable about their daily financial encounters. The course will also provide a substantial review of basic math skills, including arithmetic, fractions, statistics, rations, and proportions. Through practical applications, students learn fundamental mathematics concepts, including calculator use and problem solving. Students will develop attitudes relative to basic mathematics and its importance in their lives, acquire skills which enable them to process information, analyze data, and draw conclusions essential to sound decision making. Enrichment activities will be assigned for each unit; these assignments must be completed outside of class. Time line is subject to change without prior notification. Dominant competency is bolded Standards are evaluated weekly. Standard 9.0 will be evaluated in simulations and projects. All standards must be compiled into an electronic portfolio, which will count as part of the final exam. WEEK 1 Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug 31- Sept 11 Measure & Indicator 17.1 Ten-key operation Paperwork/syllabus/etc. Pretest: Do you want to control life, or do you want life to control you? Are you a child or an adult? Why? What is the major difference (in terms of finance). Pre CRT Create competency folders 17.1 Ten-Key operation Calculators; printing & display - jobs 1-30 FBLA ACTIVITY: The Millionaire Game Score Sheet 17.1 Ten-Key operation Complete calculator jobs 1-30 Pre-test (1.0) Test café motivation & success & begin career search 1.0 activity 3.0 Integrate Strategies for Life & Career Success NEFE Unit 1 & supplemental materials Going for the Gold: Lesson 3 Student Activity 6.0 Personal Financial Mgt 17.1 Ten-Key operation VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 1 Chapter 1 Savings 6.1, 6.3, 6.5, 6.6, 6.7, 6.8 NEFE: Unit 3 FBLA: Going for the Gold: Lesson Sept 14-Oct 2 Sept 14: Guest Speaker! Teri Alexon (TUHS) Oct 23 : Guest Speaker VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 1 Chap 2 Investments VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 1 Chap 3 Building Wealth/College Savings 6.1, 6.3, 6.5, 6.6, 6.7, Chap 1 Video Test Week of Sept 14 Going for the Gold: lesson 8, 9, 10 workbook activities FBLA : Investment Bingo Stock Market Game Oct 5-9 Fall Break 6

7 10-11 Oct VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 2 Chap 4 Dangers of Debt 6.4, Chap 2&3 Video Test Going for the gold lessons supplemental Calculators & Printing: job October Standard 14.0 Demonstrate Cash Handling Skills 14.1 & 14.2 Internet Research Project (PowerPoint, Flyer, Brochure, etc.) 14.1 Identify characteristics of counterfeit currency 14.2 Identify characteristics of a Federal Reserve Note 14.3 Demonstrate counting change to a customer. 13 Nov 2-6 VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 2 Chap 6 Credit Bureaus & Collection Practices NEFE Unit Unit 2 Chap 4 Dangers of Debt TEST 14 Nov 9-13 VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 2 Chap 5 Consumer Awareness FBLA: Going for the Gold: Spending & Using Credit scams & schemes Supplemental; Going for the Gold-Lesson Nov Nov 23-Nov Nov 30 Dec 4 18 Dec Dec Dec 18-Jan 1 NEFE Unit , 10.2, , , VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 3 Chap 9 Relating with Money (family case study) Calculators & Printing: 85 VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 3 Chap 8 Bargain Shopping project: negotiate Calculators & Printing: Job 17 Cash Flow Game 6.0; and/or And other online financial assessments. Semester Exams Winter Break 7

8 1-3 Jan Jan 25-Feb Feb Feb Mar Mar 8-12 Mar Mar 22-April 30 SECOND SEMESTER VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 3 Chap 7 Budgeting 101 NEFE Unit 2 FBLA activities Going for the Gold: Lesson 20 VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 4 Chap 11 Ins and Outs of Insurance NEFE Unit 6 FBLA activities TEST on Budgeting Going for the Gold: lesson 22 VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 4 Chap 12 Real Estate & Mortgages Project AIMS 8.6 activity to be created with database 8.7 Personal Banking 11.0 & 18.0 Internet research project 18.0 Test Real Estate & Mortgages Going for the Gold: lesson 21 Calculators & Printing: Job 14, Explore Operations and Management Principles Teach & Run Intro to Business Unit 2 Project & objective exam (exam will take place next week). Test on 18.0 Going for the Gold: lesson 1 & 2 Spring Break Test 13.0 VIDEO: Dave Ramsey Unit 4 Chap 10 Career Choices & Taxes Present career ppt. (count as assessment grade for 1.0) NEFE Unit 7 AIMS, Spring Break Supplemental activity Calculators & Printing: Jobs May May May Develop Job Search Skills Projects 2.1, Identify components of a job search strategy 2.2 Use technology to identify employment opportunities 2.3 Review a job application form 2.4. critique employment documents 2.5 review interviewing skills Going for the Gold: lesson 4 Final Exam Written Project Final Exam CRT 8

9 Orientation Checklist Last Name, First Name (please print) Welcome Syllabus and Time Line Dress Code Requirements Behavior Requirements Reasons for Immediate Referral or Withdrawal from this Class Fees and Expenses Professionalism Class Work Grading Procedure Daily Routines Classroom Maintenance and Housekeeping Attendance and Academic Probation Disclaimer I have been explained the above listed items and the consequences for not adhering to theses guidelines. Student Signature Date Career Interest Parent Signature Date Parent Home Work I,, parent of give permission for the instructor to me regarding school performance, assessments, etc. Parent/Guardian Signature Date 9

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