Lessons for Accounting

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  • All Savings Choices Involve Risk: Grandma's Gift - … placing the $1,000 in a piggy bank, savings account, or checking account.) B. Explain that there is no way to be … money. Risk is the opposite of safety. Savings Account *Safe in your account *Earn some interest CROSS CURRICULUM SKILLS Students develop skills … that tend to provide safety of cash? (Regular savings account, money market account, certi?cate of deposit) What are savings alternatives that …
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  • Getting Fired Up - … a first-hand account of a natural disaster. Search the Internet for accounts of natural disasters, and select one account to copy for … in the account? d. What different reactions are documented in the account? e. What cultural beliefs are evident in the account? 3. Distribute … ? - What is the difference between a first-hand account and a second-hand account? - When would a newspaper or other media organization …
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  • Teachnet Grant: Using Mixbooks in the Elementary Classroom - … to have a Google Account. If you already have a G-mail account, you will automatically have a Google account, but not vice-versa. When setting up Google accounts, upon signing up … : After the account is set up, direct students to account settings where they can see possibilities for changing their accounts as inevitably in …
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  • Get Organized with Google Applications - … to have a Google Account. If you already have a G-mail account, you will automatically have a Google account, but not vice-versa. When setting up Google accounts, upon signing up … : After the account is set up, direct students to account settings where they can see possibilities for changing their accounts as inevitably in …
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  • Using Money - … a checking account or debit card, you usually can’t spend more than you have in your account. • Savings accounts. Savings accounts are for money you don’t need immediately. Most people keep a savings account to store … of credit cards, savings accounts, loans, and checking accounts. • PREPARING FOR NEXT MONTH: Help students open a bank account. With parent permission, help …
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  • Using Money - … a checking or debit account, you usually can’t spend more than you have in the account. • Savings accounts. Savings accounts are for money you don’t need immediately. Most people keep a savings account to store … of credit cards, savings accounts, loans, and checking accounts. • PREPARING FOR NEXT MONTH: Help students open a bank account. With parent permission, help …
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  • Personal Financial Literacy: Checking - … benefits of checking accounts, as well as precautions one must take with these accounts. They will practice using a checking account by making … -run. 2. Opening a checking account is an easy thing to do. However, not all checking accounts are created equal. There are … 22, you transfer $100.00 online from your checking account to your savings account. 12. On June 24, you use your check … on June 2? What will your account balance be if you do? 5. What was your account balance after you withdrew $30 …
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  • The Power of Saving: Exploring the Mathematics of Compound Interest - … the savings account; at what rate the account will accrue interest; and how long the money will remain in the account and accrue … then deposited into the savings account. Assume, also, that no other deposits are made into the account. Ask students to consider the … again deposited back into the savings account. Thus, there will be $110.25 in the account after two years. It is important … much would be in the account after 40 years? How much would be in the account after 20 years if the initial …
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  • What Is Accounting? - … PLAN: WHAT IS ACCOUNTING? Students Topic: Introduction learn an introduction to accounting. to Accounting Concept: Understand the purpose of accounting records both within organizations … with this lesson: ACCOUNTING INTRODUCTION LESSON Accounting _ Introduction Lesson This is an introduction to accounting lesson. ACCOUNTING WORKSHEET - STUDENT EXERCISE Accounting Introduction Worksheet Student …
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  • Account -Recording Adjusting/Close Entries, Partnership - … entries to their appropriate accounts. Introduction of the permanent accounts and closing accounts and the need for closing out temporary accounts at the end … accounts (Revenue/Sales - Income Summary, Expenses - Income Summary, Share of Net Income/Net Loss - Capital Account, Share of Partners Drawing Accounts Amounts - Capital Account … entries to their appropriate accounts. Introduction of the permanent accounts and closing accounts and the need for closing out temporary accounts at the end …
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