Spanish & English Lesson Plans — Lesson 302
Wheel of Misfortune
Students identify a list of financial misfortunes and map them on paper in the shape of a wheel. They then brainstorm a list of sound financial practices that can prevent or fix the misfortunes, also in the shape of a wheel.
What Students Learn
- The most common types of financial mistakes: overspending, no financial plan, credit card debt, no emergency fund, no insurance, and lack of retirement planning.
- How to avoid the mistakes by having a financial plan and sticking with it.
- Preview and Episode Viewing: 45 minutes
- Activity 1: 30 minutes
Sketch: KA$H Rock Band
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