Stock Market News Party - Kahoot Games to Learn About Trending Company and Business News
Discuss trending news about companies in a weekly stock market news game. We'll use Kahoot games to see how hot new products, company mistakes, & economic events affect stock market prices. Then maximize your profits in a stock market simulation game!
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Once per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Get $15 off you enrollment of this course with coupon code KORNBFALL1515 until Sep 30, 2022 The Stock Market News Game - is a fun, interactive 6 week club that will focus on the latest news about companies that students know and care about. We will use Kahoot games to make the learning engaging - like a party with friends! Elon Musk is buying Twitter, Netflix is losing customers, and Amazon just bought the Roomba! We'll look behind the scenes at some of the best known companies and...
Students will learn: -The latest news about companies, current events and the economy -The difference between company specific news and big picture macro news -Why stock prices go up and down -How supply and demand affect everything -How to evaluate the future business prospects of a company -To utilize yahoo finance to easily find information about companies and their stock prices
As a former Investment Banker and certified Business Education Teacher, I love teaching Stock Marketing Investing! My experience in the industry gives me a deep knowledge of stock analysis and the process of buying and selling stocks. My students always enjoy playing the Stock Market Simulation and competing with me along with their classmates. This stock market class is fun and engaging and knowing how to invest is an important life skill. Investing responsibly in the stock market is the best way to grow savings and build cash reserves. That's why it's critical for young adults to learn how invest responsibly now, BEFORE they risk real money. Based on my extensive experience teaching this subject, I know how to make it interesting and memorable. I use video clips and engaging handouts to make the content easy to understand and remember. This class is interactive, not lecture based, so students will have the opportunity to discuss, share experiences, and ask questions. I will help students discover how current events effect stock prices so they are more interested the world around them.
There is no formal homework assigned.
No materials need to be purchased. Students will need internet access for playing the stock market simulation game (see the web sites above) and to research company information and stock market news.
55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
All content used in this course is age appropriate and does not include any sensitive topics (political, sexual, violent, etc.).
To research stocks, company and economic news, we use Yahoo Finance (finance.yahoo.com). It is a free, well known and respected site for news and financial information. The investment game we use is howthemarketworks.com, which is the industry standard for teachers. It is used throughout the US and Canada to provide a simulation platform where students can safely invest in the stock market with fake money. No risk but a great learning experience of investing in real companies.
Lisa Kornberg Certified, Tenured Business Teacher, MBA, Entrepreneur and Investor
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683 completed classes
Get $10 off all of my multi day Stock Market, Cryptocurrency, and Business Battles courses- with coupon code KORNBAUG10 This coupon is valid until when you enroll from Aug 1- 31, 2022. Just enter the coupon code at checkout. I am a New York...