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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

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This technology-rich lesson plan helps high school students understand the concepts of simple and compounding interest.  Students have the opportunity to learn about these concepts and how they relate to credit cards, bank loans, and investing.
Material Type: Assignment
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: November 06, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 12, 2011
Submitter: Tara Swanepoel
Keywords: consumer math, economics, simple interest, compounding interest

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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Lesson may take several class periods to complete.  Students will need to be able to use computers with internet access to complete the lesson.
Language: English
Cost Involved: unsure
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Avatar for Terra Kirsch
3 years ago

Terra Kirsch (Teacher (K-12))

This lesson applies practical application of finance and clearly explains a complex topic. Great use of links to help explain and use interactive to gain understanding of topic. Requiring a short essay and research problem checks for understanding and provides a way to rubric lesson. Requiring skills necessary to complete task provides a way to determine students that need extra time to obtain calulator and web research skills. Perhaps providing a hand-out of steps for calucator use would help support students who struggle with multi-step directions.