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Students will create a stock market portfolio and keep track of the records over a two week period. During the process, students will keep track of the stock and the price per share for each day. At the end of the two week time frame, students will create a powerpoint presentation and an audio recording discussing their portfolio in how they started and how their stocks ended at the end, what they learned about investing in the stock market (e.g. trends), and how they would potentially use the information when they get older.

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Civics and Economics
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Activity/Lab
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William Allred
Carrie Robledo
05/18/2021
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In this lesson, students demonstrate how investments in savings accounts and stocks function.

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Social Studies
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Teaching Economics As If People Mattered
07/19/2017
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In this Spreadsheets Across the Curriculum activity, students build spreadsheets to study the effect of compound interest on accounts into which they deposit savings. They build a spreadsheet to examine the two basic cases: the future value of a single deposit, and the future value of an annuity. In both, they use the mathematical equation for future value to do the calculation, not the buiilt-in Excel function. The intention is for the students to see and work with the underlying mathematics. They apply their spreadsheets to a variety of problems, including the following question: For a given interest rate, how much does one need to deposit every year to accumulate two million dollars in the account at the time of retirement?

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Social Studies
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Activity/Lab
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Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College
08/04/2017
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This lesson will help students to understand the terms that are associated with the New York Stock Exchange. It will also help students to read a stock market report found in any major newspaper or online.

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Civics and Economics
Social Studies
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Lesson Plan
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Author:
Matthew Wolfe
02/26/2019
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In this activity, students read an article and answer a series of questions. The article explains how stocks and bonds can help companies grow, entrpeneurs start busineeses, and governments fund public projects.

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Social Studies
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Activity/Lab
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
07/26/2017
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In this activity, students read an article and answer a series of questions. The article explains the efficient market hypothesis and how it might influence personal investment decisions.

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Social Studies
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Activity/Lab
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
07/26/2017
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For this activity, students select stocks that they know about and see what they can discover about the stocks as they track them over 3-5 days. Students respond to questions about the stocks they've selected.

Subject:
Social Studies
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Activity/Lab
Provider:
The Mint
06/28/2017
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For this activity, students learn about the term 'random walk' and list stocks (from a newspaper) in a table. Students calculate the return from investing \$10,000 in each of the six stocks.

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Social Studies
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Activity/Lab
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The Mint
06/28/2017