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Life Skills for Vocational Success: Transportation, Owning a Car; Topic 3: Car Insurance
High schoolers will listen as the teacher describes how car insurance works. They discuss the three monetary factors (amount of coverage, deductible, and premium). Students discuss the various types of coverage. as well as the total costs.
10th - 12th Social Studies & History
Teaching And Learning Car Insurance - Budgeting Auto Insurance Lesson Plan And Worksheet Buying a Car - Benefits Costs Rates
Liability, premiums, bodily injury liability, what does all this mean? With a series of related handouts this introductory lesson exposes pre-drivers and drivers alike to the terminology needed when considering car insurance.
7th 21st Century Skills
Hot Wheels (Grades 9-12 )
Using internet research, high schoolers compute the costs of different models of card. They discuss the advantages/disadvantages of purchasing a new car versus a used car, the cost of car insurance, and the best way to finance their purchase.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History
PPACA or "Obamacare"
Using illustrations and sample figures, this video very clearly explains the arguments for and against components of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, such as the controversial issue of an individual mandate and how pre-existing conditions are factored into universal health care.
7 mins 9th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Economics Budget Project
Your class members will have the opportunity to practice the valuable skill of constructing a personal budget using real-world resources, such as a car advertisement and grocery list. They will take into consideration monthly and yearly pay, as well as reflect on the experience of balancing costs and income.
11th - 12th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Meet Your Brain
When learning about the brain, there are so many questions: Why is the brain wrinkly? What are the main regions of the brain? Do different parts of the brain do different things? How are children's brains and adult brains different? Get the answers to these questions and more as Dr.
9 mins 6th - 12th Science
Extra Credit: It’s No Fairy Tale
Students discuss their knowledge of payday loans and credit cards. For this Economics lesson, students complete a read an article and Q&A activity in groups, and play a vocabulary bingo game and a quiz game on payday loans. Students review a case study on payday loans and calculate the costs of credit usage.
9th - 12th Math
FRB Commentary 2: Deposit Insurance
Going into more detail about the potential weaknesses of fractional reserve banking, this video introduces some of the ways that the economy has been engineered to fix these issues, such as the "lender of last resort" and insurance from the FDIC.
17 mins 9th - Higher Ed Math
Insurance Why's and How's
Middle schoolers explore the primary purposes of a variety of types of insurance. They determine who benefits the most from insurance coverage, and examine the factors that lead to increases and decreases in insurance premiums. The primary goal of the lesson is to show youngsters how insurance is a way of protecting oneself from loss.
6th - 8th All
You're in high school and you just got the coolest car ever! But, now you need to start thinking about car insurance. Luckily, your teacher prepared you by engaging you in a life skills lesson like this one. The class actually calls around to research the prices for both new and used car insurance.
9th - 12th 21st Century Skills
We've Gotcha Covered: The Iowa Insurance Story
Analyze the relationship between financial risks and the growth of the insurance industry in Iowa. Learners work in groups to analyze the major catastrophic events that occurred in their community. Several worksheets are included.
6th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Do I Need Insurance?
Explore the different types, costs, and coverage of insurance. High schoolers compare their family's health care to their income, compare the cost of health insurance to their expected future income, and make a choice about what type of health insurance they would choose based on the gathered information.
9th - 12th Health
To Dorm or Not To Dorm
For some of our students, college is right around the corner. Provide a bit of thoughtful information to help them (and their families) decide if dorm life is right for them. Included here are a list of pros and cons for living both on and off campus, as well as a break down of typical monthly living expenses to use for comparison.
11th - 12th 21st Century Skills