Extractions: The Coming of Depression MONEY FACTORY FARM normalcy and the return to laissez-faire economics mass production/consumption - "economy of scales" industrialization and increased farm output Federal Reserve Board stacked against regulation credit buying rampant - constant expansion of demand high land and machine mortgages keep farmers on edge of ruin wildcat banks/investors fuel stock market fervor - weak bank on edge of ruin expanding demand negates need to diversified - specialization encouraged - single item production over production for available market - declining prices margin buying/pyramid creates inflated stock worths - useless collateral Fordney-McCumber Tariff kills already dwindling foreign trade - single market call for "parity bill" vetoed twice (McNary-Haugen bill) - foreign market killed off with Smoot-Hawley Tariff stock-market crash - adjustment turn to panic - wildcat banks fold - investors wiped-out sudden demand contraction crushes weak companies - single item industry faces inventory back-ups - stop production - begin lay-offs mortgage defaults kills small farmer - kills small banks - land and banking consolidated - "landless families"
Banking-Commerce-Commerce News Commerce Bank, in collaboration with the Office of Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Development, trained and provided lesson plans for the program to http://www.commerceonline.com/commerce_news/newsdetail.cfm?newsid=240
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Extractions: Innovative set of lesson plans and student activities that use Federal Reserve System resources to teach students about international trade and the role of central banks in the global economy. Can be used to supplement an existing international economics lesson or in tandem with the Fed Today lesson plans. The Fed Today Video (Grades 9-12, 1999)
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Extractions: Math Problems This is from the Virtual School. The problems are updated every two weeks. Big Sky Math Lessons This is a gopher site of teacher created math lessons, games and activities. The lessons and activities are listed by topic. The Center of Excellence for Science and Mathematics Education (CESME) CESME is based at the University of Tennessee at Martin. This site is a good source for professional development as well as lesson plans for the classroom. Many links are included such as the Teacher's Guide to the U.S. Department of Education, Eric/CSMEE Mathematics Education Digests and articles on NCTM standards for math assessment and teaching. Ask Dr. Math You can ask Dr. Math questions about any math topic and get your answers. There is also a collection of previously-asked questions and answers which you can view. MegaMath MegaMath is a project of the Computer Research and Applications Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Topics at this site include: map coloring, networks, topology, infinity, and logical reasoning for students at the elementary level. Eisenhower National Clearinghouse (ENC) The Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Math and Science Education is dedicated to providing information about instructional resources. It offers on-line services (Digital Curriculum Lab) that include an extensive catalog of materials with descriptions and review of the products. You can also find information about grants here.
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Extractions: Length of Unit: Nine Lessons, Thirteen Weeks Students will investigate the events which precipitated the Great Depression. By researching the lives of individuals who experienced this, the students will gain an appreciation for the hardships endured by a majority of Americans. Students will examine the initiatives and programs which made up Roosevelt's New Deal and the lasting legacy of these programs. And the students will study the art and literature which were commissioned as a part of the New Deal to determine how they reflect the mood of the period. It is hoped that by the end of this unit the students will have gained an understanding of the root causes of the depression and an appreciation of the human spirit which can overcome even in the most trying of times. A. Concepts: Changes in America during the 1930's resulting from severe economic hardship and widespread poverty. Factors which lead us out of the depression: President Roosevelt and the New Deal programs. C. Skills: Students will acquire an understanding of the concepts listed above as well as an understanding of how Americans persevered and worked their way out of the greatest depression in the history of the United States.
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Extractions: click here for more information on Lynne) Teacher on the Trail Honor Roll Year Name Home Town Grade Jeff Peterson Golden Valley, Minnesota Cassandra Wilson Portland, Oregon Kim Harrick Missouri Diane Nye Elizabeth, Colorado Diane Johnson Aberdeen, South Dakota Andrea Auf der-Heyde Bloomington, Indiana
Extractions: It is not uncommon for people to question the safety if online banking. Having banked for many years using traditional bricks and mortar establishments, many find it difficult to get used to the idea of online banking. Either an Internet branch of a traditional bricks and mortar bank; or a stand-alone Internet only bank. Both types offer secure banking facilities and a variety of services for customers. for both financial institutions and customers alike. Convenience, speed, provision of many facilities and services, and ease of use are but a few of the benefits of online banking. This method of money management is continually gaining popularity and credibility.
Commerce Bank Serving Central PA - Commerce News to help introduce the concept of money and principles of saving, banking and investing. Educators can download lesson plans and other financial education tools http://www.commercepc.com/inside_commerce/commerce_news/newsdetail.cfm?newsid=25
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Extractions: All Grades Pre-K K-2 Higher Ed Search 100,000+ top educational sites, lessons and more! Home Math Money Found Money ' Web Sites. Also for ' Money 1350 Lesson Plans 50 Books 2 Software Titles 4 Maps ... 23 Supplies Web Sites (1 - 10 of 1282): iMoneyNet - iMoneyNet, an Informa Financial company, has been collecting money fund statistics and publishing its flagship Money Fund Report since 1975. Our Money Fund Report Averages are the most widely used benchmarks in the "cash" investment industry a
Extractions: Brief Description of the 55 Resources for Learning Lessons 1. The Plant and Me (PreK-3; p.1) By discussing, observing, and role playing, students learn that plants and people have similar needs for survival. 2. Seed Surprises (PreK-3; p.5) By sorting and planting seeds, students discover seeds come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors, as well as produce plants. 3. Chewsy Choices (PreK-4; p.9) Students learn about the five food groups through the use of puppets and their participation in a play about dinner at Rachel and Brian's house. 4. Fruits and Veggies (PreK-4; p.27) Students identify and compare fruits and other edible plant parts through a fast-paced game. 5. Schoolground Caretakers (PreK-4; p.35) Students observe and collect items on the school ground, choose their own special place, and work with school groundskeepers to be respectful caretakers of their outdoor environment. 6. Let's Celebrate (PreK-6; p.43) Students explore in their own lives and in the lives of others the role of celebrations and important foods involved, with a focus on corn. 7. Seasons Through the Year (PreK-6; p.53)
Applied Lesson Plans Applied lesson plans. Math Basics of banking FRS / Electronic banking / Other Services. Basics of Economics / Free Enterprise System http://engr.louisiana.edu/techprep/lesson/lessons.htm
Bank At School Lesson Plans lesson 2 Why Do People Save? unpredictability of future needs, introduction to bank day. lesson 3 What Do Financial Institutions Do And How Do They Work? http://www.state.il.us/treas/Education/BASplans.htm
Foreign Language Lesson Plans And Resources For Teachers Resources. Museums and Exhibits. lesson plans and Activities. Bonjour. The site, for students and teachers of French, offers a host of activities and resources. Also included are lesson plans and http://www.csun.edu/~hcedu013/eslsp.html
Extractions: Bonjour. The site, for students and teachers of French, offers a host of activities and resources. Casa de Joanna: Spanish Activities and Casa de Joanna: French Activities On-and off-line activities for middle and high school Spanish and French classes. Also included are lesson plans and printable worksheets. C.B. Putnam's Home Page Foreign Language Teaching on the Internet: Resources with Teaching Activities. Teaching activities and materials for French, German, Italian and Spanish classes. Cooperative Learning in Modern Languages. Pete Jones, Head of Modern Languages at the Pine Ridge Secondary School in Ontario (Canada), presents lessons useful for creating a student-centered language class. Print them out. Some will give you instant lesson plans for your next day's class. Several of the activities are available for languages other than French. Decouvrons le Canada. Pete Jones and his team of teachers has brought together close to 900 links to Canada, all in French. The site also features scavenger hunts for students based on ite various Web pages. Lesson plans and online activities for elementary, middle and high school levels. Additional resources are also included.
Extractions: http://cnnfn.cnn.com/services/travelcenter/cityguide.htmll Tell each student to select three cities outside the United States. The site allows users to select individual cities within three groupings: Americas, Europe, and Asia/Africa. the amount of local currency After the student has found bus fares for three cities, he or she should go to the following cnnfn.com page:
Extractions: Visit the oldest mint in the United States to see the minting process and learn about the subtle differences between real and counterfeit coins. A micro-view of banking explains both the basics of personal money management and the history of banking. Young entrepreneurs demonstrate the role of banks in their community and focus on career opportunities in the world of banking.