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Pages
3 Pages
Subject
Social Emotional, Personal finance
Resource Type
Activities, Assessments, Worksheets
Standard
Not standard specific
Grade
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Social Emotional
Self-Awareness
Languages
English
Product
Digital

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Money Management Anticipation Guide and Self-Assessment | Financial Literacy

ABOUT THIS RESOURCE
★ Topic - Money Management | Financial Responsibility
★ Anticipation Guide and Self-Assessment
★ 3 pages
★ Suitable for Middle and High School Students
★ Print and Digital (PDF and Google Slides)
★ SEL-related resource

This resource includes:
★ One Anticipation Guide in two variations (one with a "comments" section and one without - same statements)
★ One Self-Assessment Worksheet
★ Google Slides Link

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Anticipation Guides are excellent tools that can be used before reading to activate students' prior knowledge and build curiosity about a new topic and/or to share ideas about key concepts. Students respond to several statements that challenge or support their preconceived ideas about key concepts as well as their peers' ideas. The Anticipation Guides can help structure meaningful conversations that reviews what students already know and engages them in critical thinking about the topic they will be exploring. The statements in the Anticipation Guides can spark some great discussions among students!! This Anticipation Guide and Self-Assessment focuses on Money Management | Financial Responsibility.

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You can use an Anticipation Guide:
✅ Before/after introducing new material to tap into prior knowledge.
✅ Before/after watching a film clip to gauge a reaction.
✅ Before/after reading a short text to begin a discussion.
✅ Before/After discussing a topic.

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ANTICIPATION GUIDES

There is ONE Anticipation Guide that comes in two different variations:

▶️ Variation #1:

⭐ Part 1: The first section of the Anticipation Guide features a list of statements alongside columns labeled "AGREE" and "DISAGREE." Students are tasked with reading each statement and marking either "AGREE" or "DISAGREE" based on their perspective.

⭐ Part 2: The second section of the Anticipation Guide prompts students to choose a statement from the list above and delve into its significance to them. They may reflect on how the statement connects to their own lives, share a personal experience related to it, or elaborate on their thoughts concerning its importance in greater detail.

▶️ Variation #2: This Anticipation Guide worksheet format includes a list of statements accompanied by columns for "AGREE," "DISAGREE," and "COMMENTS." Students are instructed to read each statement and mark either "AGREE" or "DISAGREE." They are then encouraged to elaborate on their thoughts or ideas regarding each statement in the designated "COMMENTS" column.

SELF-ASSESSMENT

There is ONE Money Management | Financial Responsibility Self-Assessment included in this resource. The purpose of taking a money management self-assessment is to gain insight into one's current financial habits, knowledge, and skills. By evaluating their financial behavior and understanding their strengths and weaknesses, individuals can identify areas for improvement and set specific goals for financial growth. Self-assessments also serve as a tool for increasing self-awareness and accountability, empowering individuals to take control of their financial well-being.

For this self-assessment, students will score each statement using the following scale: 2 for 'Regularly," 1 for 'Occassionally" and 0 for 'Never."

These assessment statements can also serve as a means to explore students' competencies and viewpoints regarding the topic!

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Your purchase includes one copy to be used in a single classroom. If you are looking for multiple copies, please be sure to purchase additional licenses.

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