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Banking

Additional Core Ties

General Financial Literacy
Strand 3 Standard 3.1:

Time Frame

1 class periods of 90 minutes each

Life Skills

  • Social & Civic Responsibility
  • Employability

Authors

VIRGINIA NICHOLSON

Summary

There are many services offered by banks. One of the most convenient ways of recording spending and keeping a budget in balance is to establish a checking account.


Materials

Checkbooks (Utah Bankers Association sends them to you free when you request them), Student Paychecks,


Background for Teachers

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The teacher should be familiar with what services the surrounding financial institutions offer. Also you may contact the Utah Bankers Association and they will come in and do a 3-4 day presentation to your classes.


Intended Learning Outcomes

1. Students will correctly write a check and fill out a bank deposit slip 2. Students will understand the concept of balancing a checkbook by balancing a bank statement with a check register.


Instructional Procedures

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Assessment Plan

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  • Moonjar
    Let students figure how much they will earn saving money.

Student activities


Created: 06/06/2003
Updated: 01/18/2018
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