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    Consumer Math Success Kit, Second Edition   - By: David E. Newton

    Consumer Math Success Kit, Second Edition

    Teach your kids math skills they'll use every day! Offering clear explanations, worked-out examples, and real-life practice problems, this practical, alphabetically arranged resource develops expertise in more than 50 areas, including banking, budgets, credit, grocery shopping, heating costs, housing, income tax, investing, nutrition, sales tax, utility bills, travel planning, and more. Features helpful end-of-chapter teacher notes and answer key. 318 reproducible pages, softcover.

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     Personal Financial Literacy: Switched-On Schoolhouse on CD-ROM, 2012 Edition

    Personal Financial Literacy: Switched-On Schoolhouse on CD-ROM, 2012 Edition

    Follow your child's interests, supplement your standard program, and dig deeper into a specific area of study with Switched-On Schoolhouse Electives! With a variety of subjects and grades available, SOS 2012 elective students will enjoy the change of pace and the chance to learn more about topics they're interested in.

    Teach your student to take responsibility for his or her personal finances! Interactive lessons cover finding and evaluating financial information; managing a checking account and online banking; investment planning; evaluating credit cards, mortgages, and loans; and different career paths. Quizzes, tests, and hands-on learning projects are included.

    SOS Personal Financial Literacy also contains time-saving tools like automatic grading, lesson planning, and recordkeeping to make homeschooling easier for parents. Plus, a built-in calendar, message center, and customizable curriculum features assure that your child learns personal finance skills at his own pace.

    This is a single-semester course. 5 units. Grades 9-12.

    New for Switched-On Schoolhouse 2012:

  • Customizable transcript
  • Past-due report
  • Free-form, text-based parent journal
  • Improved print flexibility
  • F3 Student Search function
  • Parent Toolbox with Reading and Activity Logs
  • Bible Lookup
  • Attendance tracker for multiple students
  • New themes, avatars, audiofeedback, graphic theme selecter, enhanced custom assignment editor, user interface, and additional upgrades!

    SOS 2012 System Requirements:
    Note: XP users MUST have Service Pack 3 Installed.
    Vista users MUST have Service Pack 1 installed prior to installation.
    Vista & Windows 7 Aero users are strongly recommended to meet the optimal performance requirements.
    Only English Language versions of Microsoft, Windows XP, Vista, and 7 are supported.

    XP Service Pack 3
    Windows Vista
    Windows 7
    Microsoft IE 7 or higher Microsoft IE 7 or higher Microsoft IE 7 or higher
    1 GHz or higher processor;
    1+ GHz for optimal performance.
    1 GHz or higher processor;
    1.5 GHz for optimal performance.
    1 GHz or higher processor;
    1.5 GHz for optimal performance.
    512 MB RAM;
    1 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB RAM (2GB for 64 bit);
    2 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB RAM (2 GB for 64 bit);
    2 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB Hard Drive Space (2 GB for 64-bit);
    1 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB RAM (2GB for 64 bit);
    2 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB RAM (2 GB for 64 bit);
    2 GB for optimal performance.
    CD-ROM Drive
    CD-ROM Drive CD-ROM Drive
    Adobe Reader
    Adobe Reader Adobe Reader
    Printer Recommended
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    1024 x 768 or higher, 16-bit color  
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     Switched-On Schoolhouse 2012 Consumer Math

    Switched-On Schoolhouse 2012 Consumer Math

    Follow your child's interests, supplement your standard program, and dig deeper into a specific area of study with Switched-On Schoolhouse Electives! With a variety of subjects and grades available, SOS elective students will enjoy the change of pace and the chance to learn more about topics they're interested in. If your students struggle to see the daily applications of math, show them how useful it can be with SOS Consumer Math! This year-long supplementary course covers personal finances and budgets; taxes and insurance; investments; travel; loans & credit cards; purchasing habits; and other practical applications. Prerequisite of Algebra 1. Includes quizzes and tests.

    This is a two-semester course. Grades 9-12.

    New for Switched-On Schoolhouse 2012:

  • Customizable transcript
  • Past-due report
  • Free-form, text-based parent journal
  • Improved print flexibility
  • F3 Student Search function
  • Parent Toolbox with Reading and Activity Logs
  • Bible Lookup
  • Attendance tracker for multiple students
  • New themes, avatars, audiofeedback, graphic theme selecter, enhanced custom assignment editor, user interface, and additional upgrades!

    SOS 2012 System Requirements:
    Note: XP users MUST have Service Pack 3 Installed.
    Vista users MUST have Service Pack 1 installed prior to installation.
    Vista & Windows 7 Aero users are strongly recommended to meet the optimal performance requirements.
    Only English Language versions of Microsoft, Windows XP, Vista, and 7 are supported.

    XP Service Pack 3
    Windows Vista
    Windows 7
    Microsoft IE 7 or higher Microsoft IE 7 or higher Microsoft IE 7 or higher
    1 GHz or higher processor;
    1+ GHz for optimal performance.
    1 GHz or higher processor;
    1.5 GHz for optimal performance.
    1 GHz or higher processor;
    1.5 GHz for optimal performance.
    512 MB RAM;
    1 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB RAM (2GB for 64 bit);
    2 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB RAM (2 GB for 64 bit);
    2 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB Hard Drive Space (2 GB for 64-bit);
    1 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB RAM (2GB for 64 bit);
    2 GB for optimal performance.
    1 GB RAM (2 GB for 64 bit);
    2 GB for optimal performance.
    CD-ROM Drive
    CD-ROM Drive CD-ROM Drive
    Adobe Reader
    Adobe Reader Adobe Reader
    Printer Recommended
    Printer Recommended Printer Recommended
    1024 x 768 or higher, 16-bit color  
    1024 x 768 or higher, 16-bit color  
    1024 x 768 or higher, 16-bit color
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    The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve [Paperback]

    Where does money come from? Where does it go? Who makes it? The money magicians' secrets are unveiled. We get a close look at their mirrors and smoke machines, their pulleys, cogs, and wheels that create the grand illusion called money. A dry and boring subject? Just wait! You'll be hooked in five minutes. Reads like a detective story — which it really is. But it's all true. This book is about the most blatant scam of all history. It's all here: the cause of wars, boom-bust cycles, inflation, depression, prosperity. Creature from Jekyll Island will change the way you view the world, politics, and money. Your world view will definitely change. You'll never trust a politician again — or a banker.

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    Lets Investigate Money

    Lets Investigate Money

    Juvenile literature, this book in the Let's Investigate series provides simple history of money as it replaced bartering, explains how some types of money are used, and shows how things such as checks and credit cards serve as invisible money. Beautiful color photographs! We do carry the other books in the Let's Investigate series. Includes an index and glossary.

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    Activities for Economics Education

    Activities for Economics Education

    Make economics concepts more vivid and tangible. With Activities for Economics Education you now have the means for incorporating hands-on activities that will not only add interest, but will also provide your students with a memorable way to learn and understand essential economics concepts. Additionally, the 19, ready-to-use reproducible activities in this timely resource will help students build important critical thinking and analytical skills.

    • Activities span the spectrum of key economic concepts and principles, including the role of money, supply and demand, opportunity costs, and economic indicators, such as gross domestic product, foreign trade, and much more.
    • Students can create their own personal consumer price index, calculate the local unemployment rate, and more.
    • Comprehensive teacher support includes learning objectives, teaching tips and suggestions, references to Internet sites, and extension activities.
    • Correlated to the National Standards for Business Education and the National Standards for Economics Education
    • The perfect complement to any economics course, as well as to any business education or social studies course.
    Grades 6 and up

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    Money Smarts: A Family Money Management Game

    Money Smarts: A Family Money Management Game

    MoneySmarts simulates a year of family financial planning and decision making within 8 to 10 class periods. Students are grouped into families that include a wage earner, a financial manager, and a dependent. The families develop 12 monthly spending plans based on needs, wants, values, goals, and resources. They deal with unpredictable elements of money management through randomly selected monthly emergencies and quarterly financial bonuses.

    This book's reproducible pages give you all the materials you need to set up and run the game. You get a page of financial concepts, outlines of family incomes and expenses, planning sheets for each month, paychecks, slips for the financial emergencies and bonuses, worksheets, and a final quiz. Detailed instructions and evaluation suggestions help you present this simulation easily and effectively in your classes.

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    Lifepac Electives: Consumer Math, Complete Set

    Lifepac Electives: Consumer Math, Complete Set

    Show your high school students how math is used in everyday life with this supplementary course. Includes 10 student workbooks covering creative arithmetic and advanced computing skills; family finances such as income taxes, budgets, and interest rates; construction trades; service occupations; transportation; business services and payroll; occupational diagrams and housing plans; plus solution and test keys. For students grades 8 to 12 who have had Algebra 1 and Geometry.

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    Lifepac Electives Accounting Complete Set

    Lifepac Electives Accounting Complete Set

    A sound financial future starts with a basic understanding of money management---an essential asset in today's world. Students first get a general overview of accounting, then learn about specifics such as debits and credits; journalizing and posting transactions; financial statements for a proprietorship; payroll accounting, tax recording, and payment; business simulation activity; and more. Set includes 10 LIFEPACs and a teacher's guide. Grades 7 and up.

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    Survival Math Skills

    Survival Math Skills

    Your teens may not consider math a matter of survival now, but wait till they're in their first apartment, trying to pay the rent and still have enough left over for pizza! In this unique workbook, students learn real-life skills including anticipating food costs; creating a household budget; balancing a checkbook; discerning hidden credit card costs; understanding job benefits and taxes; and more. Tests included. 104 reproducible pages, softcover from Walch.

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    Penguin Dictionary of Economics

    Penguin Dictionary of Economics

    Whether you want to follow the economic discussions in the media today, or study economics or need some knowledge of it at work (in business, finance or the public sector), this wide-ranging and accessible dictionary will prove invaluable. It explains a host of economic terms, from acceleration principle to X-efficienty, globalization to venture captiral, and from Euro to Zero-sum game. Reviased and updated for its 7th edition. This book is detailed, practical and international in scope. Its entries include: General economic terms. Economic theory, including coverage of development economics, industrial organizations, finance and game theory, as well as international monetary and welfare economics. Coverage of applied economics and major financial institutions. History of economics. Entries on individual economists who have made a definable contribution to contemporary economic thought.

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