An easy to teach and ready-to-go lesson to help your students learn about types of financial transactions and the pros and cons of each.
Separate the fact from fiction about financial transactions and help your students understand the different ways consumers pay for goods and services and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
This resource will help you create a Business and Economics lesson that is highly engaging, curriculum-aligned and super easy to teach.
You know students learn better when they can make real-life connections so after reading Lucy’s story your students will :
- Discuss and evaluate the types of financial transactions described in the story and the reasons people use them.
- Complete their own brochure showing their understanding of how types of financial transactions differ and why people use them in different situations.
- Explain why it’s important that consumers know and understand how different types of financial transactions work and any risks, benefits or warnings that are associated with them.
And to we’ve included:
- A detailed lesson plan.
Your business and economics lessons don’t have to be as boring as the stock market report!
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Australian Curriculum Content? Consider it done!
You can tick off the following Curriculum descriptors!
- ACHASSK121 – explore the strategies that can be used when making consumer and financial decisions
- ACHASSI099 – Examine different viewpoints on actions, events, issues and phenomena in the past and present
- ACHASSI103 – Use criteria to make decisions and judgements and consider the advantages and disadvantages of preferring one decision over others.