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right on the money

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on 10 March 2014

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right on the money
right on the money
unit eq: how can teens earn money, manage it, and make it multiply?
lesson eq: what money management strategies and solutions can help teens to stay "in the money"?
right on the money
active reading- oral cloze
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vocabulary target word
right on the money
react and write
summarize
Do Now: In part 1 of the article, we read about Tabitha's experience buying a car. To save up the money, she started working longer hours and stopped making impulse purchases.
Can you think of any additional strategies that Tabitha could have used?

What specific impulse purchases would you stop making?

As I read the article, follow along in your book. When I hesitate, say the next word aloud.

What is added to your bill if you don't pay off your credit card every month?
ignorance (noun)
a of about something.
Example: Never knowing that her friend was in love with her, she continued to hang out with him in ignorance.
is a way to avoid ignorance about current events.
What money-management solution are you using?

How are you using it?
right on the money
Summarize the topic and important details in the life skills feature "Right on the Money."
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