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Dave Ramsey: Financial Peace
Transcript of Dave Ramsey: Financial Peace
Ready for a Reality Check?
-Candy Bar Madness-
100 Grand.....................Millionaire’s Club
Smarties...........................Debt Free and
Dum-Dum .........................Normal: Broke, Busted and Disgusted
Crunch Bar....Bankrupt: Zero, Zilch, Nada (“The American Dream”)
Zero.........................Death by Visa: Mounting Pressure and Debt
Why is this important?
What's In It For Me?
Through a fast-paced, and diverse learning approach, attendees with come away with a new and improved outlook on how to effectively teach financial literacy in the classroom.
Attendees will be shown how to use the simple DVD curriculum, how to use a 45-day or 90-day set-up, and also observe the actual videos, activities, case studies, and audio calls.
Participants will also learn how to use all of the available tools to reach learners of all styles.
Personal Money Expert
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The Dave Ramsey Show
Broke, Busted, and Disgusted...?
Presented by: Valerie Sanguinetti and Emily Nelson
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Dave Ramsey: Financial Peace
After attending the session, participants will see that the Dave Ramsey Financial Peace Curriculum is a simple, effective, and exciting way to reach even the most disinterested students.
This session would be appropriate for high school or junior high teachers involved in life skills, consumer education, careers, and/or other money management courses.
"Don’t buy things you can’t afford with money you don’t have to impress people you don’t like."
Ruby Payne –
Hidden Rules Among Classes
According to a USA Today article about debt, 78% of Baby Boomers have mortgage debt, 59% have credit card debt, and 56% have car payments. It takes a lot of will, discipline, courage and help to slay the debt monster. But it can be done.
Students can change their family tree.
Getting Started Guide
Pre-tests and Post-tests
-What you will need?-
DVD Curriculum /Student Workbooks
Wealth Building & College Savings
Dangers of Debt
Credit Bureaus & Collection Practices
Relating with Money
Career Choices & Taxes
Ins and Outs of Insurance
Real Estate & Mortgages
What would you be doing
in the classroom?
Workbook, Handout, & Video Clip
-How to Assess for Understanding-
Instructional Video Fill-in Packets
Three Assessments per Chapter
Tests and Reviews
Activities and Lesson Enhancements
Printable Financial Forms
5+ per Chapter
Baby Steps Handout
What Would Dave Say?
Audio and Video
Aligned to common core standards by chapter
Fulfills multiple learning styles
Common Core Handout
Other ideas for teaching...
Create a binder/interactive notebook –
place worksheets and activities
Use Edmodo.com to set up a class.
Current Events and decision making
Thank you for attending...
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