This Consumer Privacy lesson plan also includes:
The availability of personal financial information is of greater importance now than ever before. Your pupils will discuss how public and private records are accessed by various organizations, particularly considering direct mail, credit reports, telecommunications, and social security numbers.
- Some of the information may not seem relevant for younger teenagers. You can address this by having your learners ask adults in their life about the topics you discuss in this lesson, and then having them report back to the class
- This is the last of a series of 14 lessons on financial literacy for teenagers. Pupils should have foundational knowledge of budgeting, credit cards, saving and investing, etc. prior to beginning this lesson
- Excellent reference information and talking points for instructor
- Includes supplemental worksheets and answer keys