800.323.0440 Shopping Cart Goodheart-Willcox
Home   Finance   Becoming Money $mart: A Simulation for Financial Decision Making
Browse Subjects
Agriculture
Anatomy / Physiology
Applied Mathematics
Automotive
Business
CAD / Drafting
Career Education
Certification - Adobe
Certification - Microsoft
Child Care / Human Dev / Parenting
Clothing and Fashion
Communication
Construction
Culinary Arts
Electricity / Electronics
FCS Comprehensive
FCS Family Living
Finance
Floral Design
Food / Nutrition
Health Sciences
Health: High School
Health: Middle School
Hospitality
Human Services
HVAC-R
Information Technology
Interior Design / Housing
Journalism
Life Management
Manufacturing / Metals
Marketing
Medical Terminology
Power Technology
Print Reading
Professional
Teaching
Technology / Engineering
Video Game Design
Visual Technology
Welding
Advanced Search Request a Preview Request a Catalog Find My Educational Consultant

Becoming Money $mart: A Simulation for Financial Decision Making


Becoming Money $mart: A Simulation for Financial Decision Making
Request Preview
By: Judi Deatherage

ISBN: 978-1-60525-470-8
Format: Softcover
Copyright: ©2012
Subject: Finance
Grade Level: 8-12
Retail Price: $50.00
School Price: $37.50

Description

Are you looking for a way to teach financial literacy? Becoming Money $mart will give you the resources you need to teach financial education in any classroom situation. Written specifically for students, this text-workbook simulates real-life responsibilities such as writing checks, planning for an education, investing money, paying rent, and other financial responsibilities that each individual must learn to do wisely. Financial math is emphasized as well as tips for becoming an independent individual and planning for the future. You and your students will find this supplement a perfect solution to exploring the basics of financial education.
  • Terms are emphasized to help build financial literacy vocabulary.
  • Objectives, correlated to the main chapter headings, define the goals for learning the content.
  • FYIs give finance facts to keep students interested in the content being presented.
  • Math problems demonstrate financial concepts with an opportunity for students to apply learning at the point of presentation.
  • Check Your Understanding provides self-assessment activities to enable students to assess their learning before progressing to the next topic.
  • Web Connect encourages students to use the Internet for information to develop research skills.
  • Give It a Go provides students an opportunity for a hands-on activity to apply what has been learned at the point of presentation.
  • Your Financial IQ challenges students about what they know about finance so that they may develop and apply critical thinking skills.
  • Being Financially Responsible asks students if they are prepared to create a financial plan and encourages them to look ahead and plan for their future.
  • Dollars and $ense highlights tips for being financially savvy so that students may connect what has been presented to real-life situations.
  • Chapter Summaries provide an overview so students may gain a reinforcement of chapter content.
  • End-of-chapter activities, including a Math Skill Builder, present students with an opportunity for self-assessment of what they have learned in the chapter.




Table of Contents

  1. Planning Your Financial Future: It Begins Here
  2. Paychecks: Using Your Money Wisely
  3. Budgets: Keeping Track of Your Money
  4. Banking: Managing Your Money
  5. Credit: Buy Now, Pay Later
  6. Insurance: Protecting Your Assets
  7. Education: A Passport to Your Future
  8. Loans: Cars and Housing
  9. Investments: Making Your Money Work for You
10. Retirement Planning: Looking Toward the Future
11. Your Financial Future: You Make the Choice

Look Inside

Text
   sample Chapter 1 (PDF, 1.19 MB)
   sample Chapter 3 (PDF, 1.12 MB)
Online Text, 6yr. Classroom Subscription (min. 15)
   sample Front Matter (g-wonlinetextbooks.com, Finance)
   sample Chapter 1 (g-wonlinetextbooks.com, Finance)
   sample Chapter 3 (g-wonlinetextbooks.com, Finance)
 
  Note: Sample file quality has been reduced to allow for Internet streaming and viewing.

Correlations

Jump$tart Correlations
   PDF Correlation of National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education (PDF, 200 KB)
Oklahoma
   PDF Personal Financial Literacy (PDF, 191 KB)
 
  Note: Correlation files may not be available for all listed courses.

About Author(s)

Judi Deatherage - is a retired business education teacher from Kentucky with a passion for educating teens about money. She received her Master's Degree from the University of Cincinnati and her Bachelor's Degree from Eastern Kentucky University. During her teaching career, Judi taught accounting and finance courses to high school and college students. She was the recipient of Ashland Oil's Golden Apple Award for Teachers and is listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers. Judi is the author of a trade book, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, which focuses on basic principles of financial literacy for teens.

Products/Prices

Product(s)PagesISBNRetail
Price
School PriceOrder Quantity
Text 288 978-1-60525-470-8 $50.00$37.50
Online Text, 1yr. Individual Subscription Purchase
Online Text, 6yr. Classroom Subscription (min. 15) 288 978-1-60525-844-7 $50.00$37.50
Bundle (Text + Online Text 6yr. Classroom Subscription, min. 15) 288 978-1-61960-061-4 $82.00$61.50
* Teacher's Annotated Edition 978-1-60525-792-1 $80.00$60.00*
* Instructor's CD 978-1-60525-471-5 $90.00$67.50*
*Instructors’ materials and custom products cannot be ordered online. For more information or to place an order, please call 800.323.0440.

Phone:
800.323.0440
708.687.5000
Fax:
888.409.3900
708.468.8692
E-mail:
custserv@g-w.com
orders@g-w.com
Mail:
Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
18604 West Creek Drive
Tinley Park, IL 60477-6243