Students learn money math. Table of Contents: Foreword Correlations to NCTM Principles and Standards of Mathematics Lesson 1 The Secret to Becoming a Millionaire Lesson 2 Wallpaper Woes Lesson 3 Math and Taxes: A Pair to Count On Lesson 4 Spreading the Budget Suggested Grade Level 4th – 8th Grade Lesson Excerpt: Let’s face it—kids … Continue reading Money Math: Lessons for Life
Students learn about sources of credit and calculating interest rates. Teaching Objectives: Identify potential sources of credit. Compare credit sources. Evaluate credit practices. Calculate credit costs. Demonstrate the ability to make good credit choices. Standard 7: The student will identify the procedures and analyze the responsibilities of borrowing money. Suggested Grade Level 6th – 12th … Continue reading Sources of Credit: It Is In Your Interest?
Learn what chefs do and how a person can become a chef. Teaching Objectives: Students will be able to list several places where a chef might work. Students will be able to describe the main responsibilities of a head chef. Students will be able to name other staff members that might work in a kitchen … Continue reading Cooking for a Living: Becoming a Chef
Learn how environmental engineers protect the environment and how a person can become one. Teaching Objectives: Students will be able to list and describe various capacities in which environmental engineers work. Students will understand that environmental engineers design ways to protect the environment. Students will understand that environmental engineers can work for companies or for … Continue reading Protecting the Environment: Becoming an Environmental Engineer
Students will learn to use fractions to figure out costs. Teaching Objectives: Students will apply fractions to real- life situations involving costs. Students will review multiplying fractions. Students will learn to take a fraction of a cost. Students will apply these skills when problem solving. Suggested Grade Level 5th – 8th Grade Lesson Excerpt: There … Continue reading Figuring Costs Using Fractions