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  1.   Discounts and Sales Tax
Beverly Gosney February 14, 2000 MAT 476 Revision of Lesson Plan #2: Real-Life Application Topic: Discounts and Sales Tax Objective statement(s): The students will solve problems involving discounts and sales tax. Materials required: newspapers and catalogs that advertise discounted prices on different products or services and represent a wide variety of methods for computing discounted prices. paper pencilProcedures:Set: Ha...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Death and Taxes
Lesson Plan Death and Taxes SUMMARY Did you know that the federal government taxes dead people? Did you know that John McCain wants it to continue? Well, actually, he doesn't. But that didn't stop the conservative anti-tax group Club for Growth from saying otherwise. The ad contains a claim that may be literally true, but misleads...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Tic Tac Taxes!
This lesson will assist students in identifying various taxes and the services they help governments provide. KEY CONCEPTS Government Expenditures, Government Revenues, Income, Role of Government, Taxation STUDENTS WILL Distinguish among federal, state, and local taxes and the goods and services they support. Identify three basic types of taxes (income, sales, and...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Why cities provide tax breaks even when they are strapped for revenue
Like the state and federal government, local governments offer tax incentives to businesses to help solve economic and/or environmental problems. In this lesson students will explore the web sites of three different cities and determine what incentives are offered and what problems they are trying to solve. They will also be asked to determine if the benefits gained from...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   All About Taxes
SOCIAL STUDIES Economics Grade 8 All About Taxes Lesson Components: Benchmark(s) C-1A-M9 C-1A-M10 C-1D-M2 E-1B-M5 H-1B-M6 H-1B-M8 explaining the necessity of taxes and describing the purposes for which tax revenues are used identifying and evaluating different types of taxes identifying the responsibilities of citizens and explaining their importance...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   Finding Sales Tax
Algebra/Geometry Institute Summer 2006 Lesson Plan 2: Finding Sales Tax Faculty Name: Emily Hatcher School: Grenada Middle School, Grenada, MS Grade Level: 7th 1. Teaching objective(s) 1m. Solve real-life problems involving sales tax, discount, and simple interest. This lesson will focus on problems involving sales tax. 2. Instructional Activities The teacher will begin the c...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   The Tax Man Cometh
NIE TOOLS Search Lessons Grade Level: 8-12 Subject: Government/Personal Finance/History Lesson for April 10, 2001 The Tax Man Cometh On Friday, April 6, the U.S. Senate voted 65-35 to trim $400 billion off President Bush's proposed $1.6 trillion, 10-year tax cut while adding some $7 billion in spending. The Senate's approval came after Republican leaders abandoned their efforts to drive the tax cut back up to the $1.6 trilli...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Subsidies and Taxes - Lesson Plan
jump to content of this page Bized logo linked to homepage Current Topics Learning Materials Data Company Info Virtual Worlds Reference Educators You are here: Home > Educators > Economics > Markets > Subsidies and Taxes - Lesson Plan Educators Advanced Search Level 2 + Business/Economics » 16-19 Subsidies and Taxes - Lesson Plan: 3 x 1 hour lessons + Business Studies » A series of 'off the shelf' lesson plans and resources for use in o A2 » the classroom. These lessons deal with subsidies and taxes and are relevant to...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Chewing gum tax
...r 55 per cent of those questioned The threat of a GBP50 fine was the most convincing deterrent Ask the students: Do the results of the pilots surprise you? Why/why not? Warm-up CHEWING GUM COMMENTS For comments worksheet, click here For all comments, click here For vote: Would you pay a chewing gum tax?, click here Comments evaluation Distribute this worksheet on chewing gum comments. Students put a tick next to three comments they agree with and cross next to three they disagree with. Students can also join in the online vote. People submitting comments to the Newsround website suggest six broad soluti...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Rates and Taxes
Illuminations: Rates and Taxes Rates and Taxes Share | This activity allows students to become familiar with percents and taxes. Students learn how to determine the amount of tax a family will pay based on a certain income. This lesson was adapted from an article by Warren W. Esty, which appeared in the May 1992 edition of Mathematic...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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