Personal Finance for High School iTunesU Course Contents v2.2
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PERSONAL FINANCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL iTUNES U COURSE: A Pennsylvania Learns Course
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Introduction
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MODULE TITLEMODULE OVERVIEWCALL TO ACTION/
LESSON IN MODULE
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Student Welcome and IntroductionBecome acquainted with the Pennsylvania Learns Personal Finance Course for high school students.LEARN how to use the Pennsylvania Learns Personal Finance course for high school students.
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Module 1: Money ManagementLearn what it means to manage your money and how personality affects money management.Introduction to Financial Management
Setting SMART Goals
Needs versus Wants
Financial Plans and Statements
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Module 2: Earning IncomeExplore career opportunities based on your interests.Setting the Course for Your Future
Developing a Career Plan
Getting a Job
Financing Higher Education
Taxes
Employee Benefits
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Module 3: Borrowing MoneyExplore the pros and cons of using credit for different purchases. When is it a good time to use credit?Financial Institution Services and Features
Banks, Credit Unions, and the Federal Reserve System
Non-Depository Financial Services
Financial Scams and Identity Theft
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Module 4: Financial ServicesLearn about the types of products and services offered by banks and credit unions such as checking and saving accounts and online banking.Financial Institution Services and Features
Banks, Credit Unions, and the Federal Reserve System
Non-Depository Financial Services
Financial Scams and Identity Theft
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Module 5: Risk Management and InsuranceExplore ways to manage risk including avoiding it, reducing it, retaining it, and transfering itRisk Management
Importance of Insurance
Types of Insurance
Buying Insurance
Wills and More
Preparing for the Unexpected
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Module 6: Saving and InvestingLearn why people save and how they reach savings goals.Why Save and Invest
Ways to Save
Impact of Interest Rates
Financial Calculations
Types of Investments
Diversified Portfolios
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Wrap Up and Additional ResourcesReview and assess what you've learned then further your financial education.
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Visit www.makingcentspa.org for additional financial education resources.
Updated: 7/18/17
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