Students interpret and analyze the terms of leases by examining the Lingo used in these agreements. Students often sign leases without understanding what the contract really means. Leases are a contract between the tenant and the landlord. Reading and interpreting sections of leases can help students understand their rights and obligations. This lesson is part of a larger unit, Independent Living. During the end of this unit, students learn: homework and homework from landlords and tenants; decrypting leases and leases; The cost of setting up a first home The benefits of budgeting The main categories of living costs; Survive and thrive with roommates. Consumer Jungle units are designed flexibly and can be used as an integrated unit or individual segments. If you plan to use the device in its entirety, please read the „Related Content“ field for additional lessons. The „End of Unit Evaluation“ field contains links to questions of vocabulary, concept and content for the unit. Students can take vocabulary and concept quizs on pen and paper. Hpf.
Fc.C.3.1.A Students analyze a number of factors related to the management of personal resources to balance professional, family and personal responsibilities. Grade 12: Economy, business system and finance, social studies, social studies HPF. Fc.C.2.1.C Students understand the essential requirements for choosing and maintaining a home. . MST7. C.C.CO.1.2 Students analyze and quantify consumer product data, understand environmental and economic impacts, develop a method for assessing the value and effectiveness of competing products, and discuss cost-benefit and benefit trade-offs achieved during optimal selection. Consumer Jungle`s mission is to give young adults the life skills they need to become responsible and informed consumers. Consumer Jungle offers attractive and relevant educational programs for consumer education that cover a wide range of topics, such as credit cards, transportation, one`s own life, personal finance, telecommunications, health and e-commerce fraud.
Developed with input from teachers, students and parents, Consumer Jungle provides interactive games, activities and relevant information directly at home or in the classroom. Start, 9th, 10th, 11th grade, 12th SS class.C.4.1B Students define and apply fundamental economic concepts such as shortage, supply/demand, opportunity costs, production, resources, money and banking, economic growth, markets, costs, competition and global economic systems.