Money Education For Young Minds
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Covid-nomics Senior Class
Class One - Watch Unit 6: From Pocket to Portfolio - Part 6, Financial Advisers. Study the Mind Map and work on the Drag and Drop quiz about financial advisers. Both of them can be found in the Covid-nomics section of the website.
Class Two - Watch again Unit 5 and 6 videos. Make a note of the terminology, to get ready for the final recap scheduled for next class.
Class Three - Try out the terminology drag and drop challenge. You will find it in the Covid-nomics section.
Class Four - Watch The Power of Investments Part 1, in the Videos section and study the flashcards on sustainable investments in the Covidnomics section
Class Five - Prepare for the Half Term Recap
Half Term Challenge - Voice your script and send it to Cecilia.
Class Six - Watch Thematic Investments and study the mind map in the password-protected Unit 7. If you have trouble remembering the password, get in touch with Cecilia
Class Seven - Watch Thematic Investments - Myths and get ready for next week's recap.
Class eight - Class recap
Class Nine - Study's Money Many Jobs and the mind maps about the centralised money system, in Unit 7.
Class Ten - Study the videos about Cryptocurrency in Unit 7. Revise the mind maps about the centralised money system.
Class One - Watch and study Opportunity Cost and all the animations about Inflation in the Videos section
Class Three - Study Asset Classes, Equity in the Videos section (Unit Five)
Class Four - Study Asset Classes, Bonds in the Videos section (Unit Five)
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