Lesson 1 High School is Over Money Experience

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Lesson 1 High School is Over,Lesson Guide for Teachers. Objectives Approximate Time,Students will Will depend on counselor focus. Get introduced to Money Experience,Go through a series of ice breakers to. become comfortable with discussing money,in a public setting if counselor chose to do so. in the group format,Identify personal priorities,Understand how to use priorities as a.
framework to make financial decisions,throughout their lifetime. Explore several options for after graduation,Materials Needed. Key Takeaways Each student will need to have access to. Priorities will be used to act as a guide as a device in order to access the internet. students make big financial decisions desktop or laptop computer tablet or. throughout their entire life college or not smartphone. career family buying a home saving for the WIFI or wired internet access. future etc,Continue to refine priorities and check in to. make sure the decisions made are in line, Teacher Note This lesson is the introduction to Money Experience We start with. priorities as they are a key framework to students making choices and achieving the. quality of life that they desire You may want to add context to these with your own. examples that may be more meaningful to you and your students Reach out to our. Curriculum Director or contact Customer Success with any questions. We want students to think of job potential when considering continuing on to college or. not and their preferred field of study They need to know they have options and that going. to college is a significant choice not to be made lightly Their choices have substantial. downstream effects that become difficult to change as time goes on. Lesson 1 High School is Over,Lesson Guide for Teachers.
Lesson Outline Talking Points Content Activities Notes Resources. Instructor Welcome and Introduction OPTIONAL IF MEETING. Overview 3 5 mins STUDENTS BEFORE THEY START,Get students excited about beginning this program. Show enthusiasm and tell them how LUCKY they are that they get. to have this incredible experience, Most states DON T require financial literacy classes. https www nytimes com 2018 01 19 your money states finan. cial literacy classes html, So where are students supposed to get information How will. they know if it s right, Make sure students know this is a unique and significant. program that will help them make decisions for the rest of their. lives kind of a big deal right,Overview of Money Experience.
Money can be confusing and at times overwhelming,How much will we need. How much is enough,Are we ever going to make a lot of money. What IS a lot of money, This experience is unlike any the students have had before. Financial literacy classes often tell too much about WHAT money. does and how to use it but typically does not address WHY any of. that matters,How to set the stage Sample Language,We re going to take a journey during Money. Experience imagining your futures following along others. journeys and learning how money can help you live the life that. you truly want to live,Lesson 1 High School is Over.
Lesson Guide for Teachers, In life every decision you make will have to do with money in. some way Where you work and live what you drive who you. marry or don t marry where you travel and what you do for fun. are all very important decisions Even getting a pet often times. may come down to ask yourself can I afford this They can be. You re going to learn about making decisions Choices impact the. quality of your life now and in the future The choices you make. today have a ripple effect Money Experience allows you to go. through all of life s biggest most important decisions and see the. Happy with your results Perfect, Not satisfied with where you ended up Thankfully you are. finding this out during a simulation and not in real life You ll be. able to see how certain decisions impacted your end result and go. back to change them, Generally Americans do not feel comfortable talking about. money or numbers but Money Experience isn t about financial. jargon technical details or complicated math It s about how. money fits into everyone s personal life journey, Design the life you desire see how to afford it and when you come. across life s greatest choices in real life IRL you ll be ready to. make the best decisions, Money decisions you may discuss during this program can be very.
Ground Rules 1 minute personal and difficult to talk about In order to make everyone. feel comfortable set a few ground rules before you begin. Sample Ground Rules,1 reserve judgement,2 respect others. 3 be curious and ask your questions,4 be optimistic. 5 embrace ambiguity it s ok to be uncomfortable,6 be brave try things and ask questions. Everyone has different backgrounds goals and financial. situations Ask that everyone be respectful so every student has. the opportunity to truly embrace this experience,Lesson 1 High School is Over. Lesson Guide for Teachers,Have the students complete the assessment.
Pre Money Experience, Assessment 5 10 mins before beginning Money Experience. Talking about money can be difficult,Student Icebreaker 10 mins. Optional In order to warm everyone up ask students the following. If you were to win the lottery win a game show prize get an. inheritance use whichever scenario you feel comfortable with. tomorrow and you ended up with 100 000 what would you do. with it Remember there is no right answer If you re stuck that s. ok We ll go around the room and come up with some great. options I ll start, Teacher Tip You should personally share what you would. do with the class and should go first acting as an example. to show that there is no right answer What anyone would. do with 100k is entirely personal There is no right. answer and no expectation that a student should save. invest etc, Have each person introduce themselves to the group and share. their answer, Some students may ask about the taxes taken out of lottery.
winnings for the sake of using an easy number 100k tell them. that it is net and taxes have already been withheld for the lump. sum payout, They don t have to do just one thing with the money They can. choose to invest save give away and spend it however they like. Initial Use of Simulator,Simulator Activity Priorities. 10 mins Provide login credentials,Have students log in and answer initial questions. Reassure students OPTIONAL,Lesson 1 High School is Over. Lesson Guide for Teachers, Let them know that as they go through Money Experience they.
should not worry if they are unsure of some of their answers Ask. that they do their best and discover the results, Remind them that this is the purpose of the simulator They have. the ability to run through a scenario they are unsure of and see. the results,Priorities Activity, As the student begin Lesson 1 they will be presented with a set of. 10 priorities options,Review the priorities Clarify any confusion. Ask the students to sort rank them by dragging and. dropping and place in order of importance to them, Tell students not to overthink it This exercise should take. 3 5 minutes maximum, Some students will struggle to finalize their priorities.
Suggestion If someone is stuck tell them to close their. eyes and picture their perfect day during this time period. each lesson is a different period of time in their lives. Ask them while they are thinking Are they on a boat. hiking a mountain starting a business Who are they. with What food are they eating and what kinds of clothes. are they wearing The more clearly they can envision their. futures the easier it will be for them to realize what is truly. IMPORTANT Tell students to STOP when they have, their priorities in the order of importance Do not proceed. further in the simulator,What is Financial Literacy. Content 5 mins To be financially literate is to understand what money is and. how it works in your life Understanding basic ideas about money. and personal finances as well as knowing the kinds of decisions. and financial options and products you are likely to need and use. during your lifetime are all part of being well prepared. What are Personal Finances, The things that are related to managing your own money and. expenses Just as you don t need to be a computer programmer to. use a computer you don t need to be a Finance professional to. Lesson 1 High School is Over,Lesson Guide for Teachers. know how to use financial products for your own money needs. Knowing how to use loans credit cards budgets and so on are. basic skills that relate to your own personal finances. Priorities, Your priorities are the things you care about the most Most of us.
have multiple priorities but it s good to think about which ones. are more important than others Don t forget that our priorities. often change over time, Lifestyle is a word that describes elements of how you live. usually in terms of your activities and possessions. Reinforce to students Decisions are ultimately up to you Do what. makes you happy,Quality of Life, The quality of one s life is a difficult thing to measure How. happy you is not necessarily related to the amount of money you. have or the things you do or even how much fame or respect you. might earn from others It s a very personal question. In Money Experience setting up your priorities and changing. them over time is key to understanding your future quality of life. The life priorities rose or chart is a way of understanding the. relationship between things you care about in life There can be. almost 4 million completely different shapes created by you. What does your rose look like, Fun Fact There are actually 10 ten factorial potential different. rose configurations possible That s 3 628 800 completely unique. shapes Basically every single graduating senior from high school. in the US could have their own priority rose each year. When you make choices in the simulator the results are both. financial they affect your budgets as well as qualitative they. affect your rose When your choices match well to your. priorities then your rose does better That s improving your. quality of life, Remember Your Priorities Your Choices measure of Quality of. Lesson 1 High School is Over,Lesson Guide for Teachers.
Students Complete Lesson 1 in the Simulator,Simulator Lesson 1 20 mins. Students will pick up in the simulator where they left off They. will read through the graphic novel and engage in the simulator. Remind them to stop when they reach the end of Lesson 1 and get. to the Summary Page,Suggested Language, When it comes time to answer questions in the simulator imagine. your future You ve graduated from high school Now what For. college students You re already here right High school is over. And you chose X College University Answer the questions. accordingly, Once they complete Lesson 1 the Simulator will save their. Ask Students, 1 Why do priorities matter when making decisions about. Possible discussion questions your money career or life. 2 Why do you think we started by asking you about your. priorities, Ask students to think about these questions and share why.
priorities could be important, Ask the students if they think their priorities will stay the same. throughout their lives, Ask the students who they relate to the most in the graphic novel. when it comes to deciding what to do after High School I. Let them know it s ok not to know EXACTLY what they want to do. when they grow up,Character decisions,Lesson 1 High School is Over. Lesson Guide for Teachers, Ro knows exactly what she wants to do in life she always has. and how she s going to get there College law school pass the Bar. become a lawyer get married have a family, David decides backpacking through Europe and showing off for.
his friends is the way to have fun and impress others after high. Ria enlists in the military will use GI Bill benefits for school and. is cost conscious, Logan moving to Hawaii to play music and teach surfing He. wants to get started on making money and not waste time in. Shane unsure what he wants to do so he s tagging along with. Logan to HI, Ask students what other paths they are thinking of taking or. have seen people take after high school For example Teach for. America Americorp a Gap Year etc, Ask students In Lesson 1 did you find it difficult to make some. of the lifestyle decisions Maybe you re not sure what kind of car. you want to drive or which one you can afford That s ok that s. why we are here, Students will continue to come across decisions they will make. Wrap Up out in the real world Don t think to hard about these now. Reassure them that it s encouraged to ask questions. Lesson 1 High School is Over Le s s on G u i d e f or Te a c h e r s Objectives Students will Get introduced to Money Experience Go through a series of ice breakers to become comfortable with discussing money in a public setting if counselor chose to do so in the group format Identify personal priorities

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