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PRACTICAL LIFE SKILLS SERIES HANDS-ON STEAM SCIENCE SERIES CC5806 CC4100 Physical Science Gr. 1-5 CC5807 Practical Life Skills - Independent Living Gr. 9+ Practical Life Skills - Managing Money Gr. 9+ Practical Life Skills - Employment ...

Author: Lisa Renaud

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9780228303336

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Students find out how to best manage their money. Create a monthly budget and identify ways to save money on purchases. Understand how credit works and become familiar with the pitfalls before applying for a credit card. Get to know how to open a savings account, and how to plan for the future. Understand contracts and know what your commitments are when co-signing a loan for someone. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource combines high interest concepts with low vocabulary to ensure all learners comprehend the essential skills required in life. All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
2018-06-30 By Lisa Renaud

ITEM # TITLE DAILY LIFE SKILLS SERIES CC5790 Daily Marketplace Skills Gr. 6-12 CC5791 Daily Social & Workplace ... Life Skills - Managing Money Gr. 9+ CC5808 Practical Life Skills - Employment & Volunteering Gr. 9+ CC5809 Practical Life ...

Author: Lisa Renaud

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9780228303305

Category: Education

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Students gain the skills to live independently. Understand the difference between renting and buying a home. Then, become familiar with the expenses associated with living alone. From there, get to know bus routes to determine the fastest way to get around. Be prepared in case of fire with your own fire route plan. Find out how saving energy will save money. Finally, get to know who to contact in case of injury. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource combines high interest concepts with low vocabulary to ensure all learners comprehend the essential skills required in life. All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
2018-05-29 By Lisa Renaud

ITEM # TITLE DAILY LIFE SKILLS SERIES CC5790 Daily Marketplace Skills Gr. 6-12 CC5791 Daily Social & Workplace Skills Gr. ... CC5806 Practical Life Skills - Independent Living Gr. 9+ CC5807 Practical Life Skills - Managing Money Gr. 9+ ...

Author: Lisa Renaud

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9780228303381

Category: Education

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Give students the tools they need to get a job. Prepare students with tips on filling out a job application and writing a resume. Get to know what kind of questions to expect at an interview and how to prepare for them. Gain the skills needed to thrive on the job and properly communicate with peers and supervisors. Find out the benefits of volunteering and know what your rights are as employees. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource combines high interest concepts with low vocabulary to ensure all learners comprehend the essential skills required in life. All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
2018-08-14 By Lisa Renaud

... Big Box CC5792 Daily Health & Hygiene Skills Gr. 6-12 CC7317 Gr. 6-8 Five Strands of Math Big Box CC5793 Daily Life ... Gr. 1-5 CC5807 Practical Life Skills - Independent Living Gr. 9+ Practical Life Skills - Managing Money Gr. 9+ ...

Author: Lisa Renaud

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9780228303398

Category: Education

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Empower students with the confidence to live on their own. Our in-depth study combines the three lessons in this series: Independent Living, Managing Money, and Employment & Volunteering. Students will start by finding their own place to live and knowing how to get around. Then, students learn how to budget and prepare for their future. Finally, students join the workforce by learning how to write a resume and gaining valuable interview skills. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource continues the study of necessary Life Skills everyone should learn before venturing out on their own. All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
2018-08-14 By Lisa Renaud

Readers will enjoy learning all the practical life skills required for daily life. This resource centers on money management, focusing on budgeting, buying and saving. Students will learn these skills through real-world scenarios.

Author: Lisa Renaud

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9780228303466

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**This is the chapter slice "Living on a Budget Gr. 9-12+" from the full lesson plan "Practical Life Skills - Managing Money"** Students find out how to best manage their money. Create a monthly budget and identify ways to save money on purchases. Understand how credit works and become familiar with the pitfalls before applying for a credit card. Get to know how to open a savings account, and how to plan for the future. Understand contracts and know what your commitments are when co-signing a loan for someone. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource combines high interest concepts with low vocabulary to ensure all learners comprehend the essential skills required in life. All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
2018-09-01 By Lisa Renaud

Readers will enjoy learning all the practical life skills required for daily life. This resource centers on money management, focusing on budgeting, buying and saving. Students will learn these skills through real-world scenarios.

Author: Lisa Renaud

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9780228303480

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**This is the chapter slice "Managing Credit Gr. 9-12+" from the full lesson plan "Practical Life Skills - Managing Money"** Students find out how to best manage their money. Create a monthly budget and identify ways to save money on purchases. Understand how credit works and become familiar with the pitfalls before applying for a credit card. Get to know how to open a savings account, and how to plan for the future. Understand contracts and know what your commitments are when co-signing a loan for someone. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource combines high interest concepts with low vocabulary to ensure all learners comprehend the essential skills required in life. All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
2018-09-01 By Lisa Renaud

Readers will enjoy learning all the practical life skills required for daily life. This resource centers on money management, focusing on budgeting, buying and saving. Students will learn these skills through real-world scenarios.

Author: Lisa Renaud

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9780228303503

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**This is the chapter slice "Contracts & Commitments Gr. 9-12+" from the full lesson plan "Practical Life Skills - Managing Money"** Students find out how to best manage their money. Create a monthly budget and identify ways to save money on purchases. Understand how credit works and become familiar with the pitfalls before applying for a credit card. Get to know how to open a savings account, and how to plan for the future. Understand contracts and know what your commitments are when co-signing a loan for someone. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource combines high interest concepts with low vocabulary to ensure all learners comprehend the essential skills required in life. All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
2018-09-01 By Lisa Renaud

ITEM # TITLE DAILY LIFE SKILLS SERIES CC5790 Daily Marketplace Skills Gr. 6-12 CC5791 Daily Social & Workplace ... Life Skills - Managing Money Gr. 9+ CC5808 Practical Life Skills - Employment & Volunteering Gr. 9+ CC5809 Practical Life ...

Author: Gideon Jagged

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9781771673679

Category: Education

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Enter a world filled with witches, prophecies, ambition and betrayal. Fresh and practical, our resource includes assessment rubric and writing prompts to inspire student comprehension. Speculate the advantages and disadvantages to knowing the future in advance. Put the events from the play in the order that they happen as Macbeth contemplates killing the King. Students write their own scene in which Macduff confronts Macbeth directly with his suspicions about the murder of the king. Understand the meaning of key vocabulary words by using them in a sentence. Explain what is Macbeth's greatest worry, now that he is King. Students write an Epilogue where Hecate meets up with the Weird Sisters to discuss the events that ended the play. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included. About the Novel: Macbeth is the classic tale of a husband and wife's ambition and their eventual downfall. On their way home from a battle, Macbeth and Banquo are told of their destiny by three witches. Banquo is told he will father a line of kings, while Macbeth is told he will be crowned King. After informing his wife of the witches' prophecy, Lady Macbeth helps to put events into motion that will put Macbeth on the throne. While trying to keep their fate intact, the pair are met with many challenges that all seem to hold true to the witches' prophecy. Macbeth is thrown into a series of murderous plots, while his wife's ambition pulls her over the edge. Murder, greed, and the supernatural propel the story forward to an exciting conclusion.
2014-08-01 By Gideon Jagged

ITEM # TITLE DAILY LIFE SKILLS SERIES CC5790 Daily Marketplace Skills Gr. 6-12 CC5791 Daily Social & Workplace ... Life Skills - Managing Money Gr. 9+ CC5808 Practical Life Skills - Employment & Volunteering Gr. 9+ CC5809 Practical Life ...

Author: Chad Ibbotson

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9781771674010

Category: Education

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Get drawn into a dystopian world to witness the struggle between one's self and their society. Students imagine what themes might be present in a dystopian future as perceived during the early 1950s. Predict what will happen to the woman whose books were hidden in the attic. Complete a paragraph from the novel with their missing vocabulary words. Answer multiple choice questions about the character Faber. Students reflect on the women's discussion of the two presidential candidates, and whether a person's name and appearance plays any factor in today's politics. Depict an alternate reality where Beatty and Montag join forces concerning their interest with books and the information they contain. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included. About the Novel: Fahrenheit 451, written by Ray Bradbury, is the story of a man's struggle with his society and himself. The story begins with Guy Montag, a "fireman" charged with the job of burning books that have become outlawed. In this society, books have been deemed to have no value with new media and sports accommodating short attention spans. His struggle begins when he meets his neighbor Clarisse McClellan, a free-thinker that begins to open his mind. From there, he soon finds himself stealing the books he was tasked to destroy. Montag's struggle culminates in an attempt to discover the value of books himself, putting him in the very same danger as those he once persecuted.
2016-01-01 By Chad Ibbotson

HANDS-ON STEAM SCIENCE SERIES CC5806 Practical Life Skills - Independent Living Gr. 9+ MAPPING SKILLS SERIES ... Practical Life Skills - Managing Money Gr. 9+ CC7770 Gr. PK-2 Mapping Skills with Google Earth CC4101 Life Science Gr. 1-5 ...

Author: Chad Ibbotson

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

ISBN: 9780228305385

Category: Education

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Visit a dystopian society to see what an alternate 1984 could have looked like. The variety of engaging activities can easily be broken up for students over several weeks to coordinate with assigned reading. Use what you know about Winston’s memory of his mother to describe what family relationships are like in Oceania. Predict what will happen to Winston based on what you know of the world he lives in and the consequences of his actions. Identify statements about Winston and Julia’s first meeting as true or false. Use what you have already read about room 101 and predict how Winston will react to his experiences there. Describe what the word “betrayal” means to you, and how it relates to the events in the novel. List events from the book that connect to the plot’s major themes. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included. About the Novel: Nineteen Eighty-Four is the year of an alternate dystopian era in which there are three ruling nations: Oceania, Eastasia and Eurasia. The former are partnered together in a war against the latter, and that’s how it’s always been. Or has it? Winston Smith works for the Ministry of Truth office. His job is to alter the history books so they line up with whatever the Party wants its citizens to believe. Everything is controlled by the Party, including language. Those that dare to have free thought are dealt with severely. Winston begins to question the Party and how things are run. He starts to rebel by purchasing a diary to write his thoughts in, beginning a relationship with a mysterious dark-haired woman, and seek out the Brotherhood who would like to see the Party taken down. But with the unseen eye of the Party leader Big Brother always watching, it’s only a matter of time before Winston is caught.
2020-12-08 By Chad Ibbotson