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Cash or Credit? : Payment Methods & Check Writing (Ages 10-13)
In this one-time class, students will get an in-depth understanding of various types of payment methods and when it's best to use each one. This will increase their understanding of finance, money, and financial literacy.
30 total reviews for this teacher
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This class will teach students the different types of payment methods and the benefits and drawbacks of each. Methods include cash, debit, credit, checks, mobile pay, and money orders. Students will have the opportunity to practice identifying the best payment method in a variety of situations. Learners will also be able to practice writing a check. Students should have some common-knowledge familiarity with some of these payment methods. Overall, this is intended to be an introductory...
Students will be able to define the following payment methods listed below. They will be able to list the benefits and drawbacks of each, and identify when to use each method. They will also be able to confidently write a check or complete a transaction using these payments: - Cash - Check - Credit card - Debit card - Mobile pay - Money order
I'm a CPA and have been working in public accounting as a tax advisor for over a decade. I also have spent the past 4 years volunteering my time by teaching financial literacy to students in public schools for grades K-8.
- Worksheets [ teacher provided ] - Paper and pencil - Calculator
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30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Chelsea H.Keeping foundations fun!
30 total reviews
31 completed classes
Hello Parents! My name is Chelsea and I've been teaching for over four years. I spend my time as a volunteer teaching financial literacy in traditional classroom settings. I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in accounting...