Financial Statements Teacher Resources
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Ninth graders examine the steps necessary to start a business and how to maintain personal and business financial records. They participate in a class discussion, conduct Internet research comparing banks, complete various handouts, conduct an interview, and produce a written business plan.
In this identifying meanings of idioms online/interactive worksheet, students choose idioms to replace the expressions in parentheses in sentences. Students choose 30 answers.
Tenth graders analyze the causes of the Great Depression. They analyze the causes and the consequences of the Dust Bowl. Pupils examine how the Great Depression helped change the role of the federal government in the American economy. Students examine the change approach to the Depression from the early years of the Hover Administration through the Second New Deal.
Tenth graders examine the impact of the Great Depression on the United States. In groups, they use the internet to research the causes of the Great Depression and the effects of the Dust Bowl. To end the lesson, they compare and contrast the federal government's role before and after the Great Depression.
Students identify athletic programs to be cut from school district budget, find out how many students have received college athletic scholarships in past, and interview students and coaches to find out how scholarship search is going if school has cancelled or cut back on athletics. Students then prepare presentation for classmates and School Board about impact of program cuts on students' ability to get scholarships.
In this basic algebra worksheet, students solve and complete 8 different types of word problems. First, they develop a formula to solve each problem. Then, students solve for the variable to complete the problems.
Teaching a lesson on the stock market? In need of a visual tool to help you with tricky stock market terminology? Here you'll find 14 slides, each containing a term and full definition. A great way to kick off a Stock market unit.
Students study the monetary policy of the Federal Reserve. For this economic data lesson, students review given information and graphs, research given topics and case studies and use what is found to complete worksheets, essays and quizzes provided.
Young scholars explain assets, liabilities and expenses. They record information on income statements and balance sheets and brainstorm opportunities to make money work for them.
Learners comprehend the accounting cycle. They create a website for a company used in playing the Accounting Monopoly game. If possible, the students publish the finished annual report on the Internet.
High schoolers examine the process of investing in a franchise. They identify the postives and negatives of a franchise and whether this business option would fit their needs. Researching opportunities, they select one that would be appropriate for their community.
In this idiom worksheet, students take a quiz where they pick the correct idiom to replace the expression in the brackets. Students complete 20 multiple choice questions.
Tenth graders discuss the contents of income statements. In this accounting lesson, 10th graders are introduced to the parts of an income statement. Students practice filling out the four parts of an income statement, and discuss the importance of accurate completion. They analyze the formulas required for completion, and view examples of actual completed statements. Students complete individual income statements.
Students use the Monopoly game board to record, journalize, and post "real-life" business transactions. They will be able to complete an entire accounting cycle of a business.
Students create a business. In this algebra lesson plan, students plan and invent a business that will make profit and test their problem solving skills. They use props and evidence for the decisions they make.
Tenth graders study the effects of the Great Depression on the role of the federal government in the American economy. They reflect on the approaches to government involvement in the economy taken by the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations.
Students investigate the problem of funding for the school district. They conduct interviews with various school officials to gather both opinions and important information about the issue.
Students examine the salaries of Major League Ball Players. In this economics lesson, students identify revenue sources other than ticket sales and use economic reasoning to refute the argument that Major League Ball players are overpaid. Lesson includes a pre and post test.
Learners simulate mining mineral resources using cookies. In this earth science lesson, students analyze the cost and profits in mining. They write a lab report about the activity.
Learners identify and evaluate the cost of the goods and services the government provides to its citizens. They discover that they pay taxes so they can have the goods and services the government supplies to us. They answer comprehension questions to end the activity.