Assignments for 6th Grade Middle School Business Education and Computer Science Education
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PwC’s 'Earn Your Future' Curriculum

All Terrain Brain

All Terrain Brain (ATB-curriculum) is a multimedia project designed to get 8-to 12-year-old kids to take thAll Terrain Brain logoeir brains “off road” and tap into their entrepreneurial spirits.

EQ:  How do I distinguish financial truths (wisdom) from error to build financial fitness?

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EQ: What was the Business Truth in this video and how do you relate it to your life right now as a 6th Grader?

Making of the series Secret Millionaire Club offline | More about the creators & the show | Mr. Buffet talks about his role in SMC | Interview with Mr. Buffet
Students will learn about advertising, marketing, competition and many other truths from Warren Buffet and BizKids - Buffett2
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Answer ONE of the3 questions in 300 words or less:
  1. What did Vault teach you about money? How will this help you as you grow up?
  2. What are your dreams for the future (college, travel, dream job)? How will what you learned in Vault help you reach those goals? 
  3. Tell us about a mistake that you or someone you know has made with money. How would you change your actions based on what you learned through Vault?  - Must type it first for me to review before you submit.
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Green Financial Scholars Program
The Vault - Outline - Quiz
  1. Responsible Money Choices - (What Kind of Spender are YOU?)
    • Good and Bad Decisions with Money
      • Analyze the trade offs between saving and spending and good and bad decisions
    • Understanding Money
      • Compare different financial sources that inform financial decision-making
    • Making Your Own Money Decisions
      • Create a saving plan to meet short- and long-term goals
    • Controlling Personal Information
      • Compare types of personal financial information and safe vs. unsafe circumstances to disclose that information.


  • Short-term goal
  • Long-term goal
  • Want
  • Need
  • Opportunity cost
  1. Income & Careers - Exploring Careers -(Bureau of Labor Statistics)
    • Your Career (Take the Millionaire's Quiz)
      • Evaluate different career options based on interests, knowledge and abilities
    • Making Money
      • Compare different opportunities to earn money through earnings, wages and salaries as adults and as kids
    • Taxes
      • Examine the high-level role of taxes, how they are collected and how they are used


  1. Making Plans with Money
    • Spending and Saving
      • Create and balance a budget between needs vs. wants
    • Paying for Things
      • Compare different banking and payment options and analyze the role of banks
    • Spending Responsibly
      • Apply smart decision-making strategies to purchases
    • Giving to Charity
      • Examine the value of giving to charity and identify opportunities for charitable contributions
    • Things with Value
      • Categorize household and inherited assets and recognize their value


  • Expense
  • Income
  • Budget
  • Balanced Budget
  1. Credit & Borrowing
    • Credit (Take the Credit Card Quiz)
      • Compare differences between buying with cash and buying with credit
      • Explain why credit is a form of borrowing and why institutions lend money
    • Responsible Borrowing
      • Recognize and identify the charactersitics of a responsible, reliable borrower


  • Credit
  • Interest
  1. Insurance & Safety (What is Insurance?)
    • Controlling Risks
      • Explain how households manage risk
    • Healthy Insurance
      • Analyze the uses and benefits of health insurance


  • Risk
  • Risk Management
  • Risk Prevention
  1. Savings & Investing
    • Savings
      • Compare different savings vehicles
      • Examine the role of budgeting to control spending and manage saving
    • Investing (The Power of 72)
      • Explain the basic concept of investing and identify common investing vehicles


  • Savings
  • Budget
  • Expense
  • Interest

|20  Question Quiz |
•How can you practice generosity in your life today?
Part 1: List 3 ways you practice generosity now?
Part 3: Write a paragraph telling a story about how you are generous now
•How do you plan to practice generosity in your life in the future?
Part 2:List 3 ways you would like to practice generosity in the future?
Part 4: Write a paragraph telling a story about how you plan to be generous
Ways: Physical (helping others), Emotional (encouragement), Financial (giving $$$)!

Unit 2: Financial Wisdom - Online Quiz

7.The Stock Market: Building Wealth but not riches -


6.Risk Management and Insurance: Why's and How's -


5.Income and Careers: Career Exploration -


4.Saving and Investing: Making our Money Grow -


3.Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports -


2.Planning and Money Management: Spending and Saving


1.Financial Information: Evaluating Advertisement :


Unit 1: Our Digital World

The easiest way to jeopardize your online security? Picking one of 2015's most popular passwords as determined by the software firm SplashData, based in Los Gatos, Calif.:

World's Worst Passwords:

  1. 123456

Time Magazine, Feb. 1, 2016



Online Quiz


How Computers Work Roderick Hames

How computers work -quiz




  • What's Your Story?  Have you finished writing your story?  If not, check out the link and get writing.  I can't wait to hear "your story."
    • Toastmasters International Curriculum
      • Introduction:
        • Must have clear beginning, body, & ending
        • use of transitions
        • use notes if necessary
        • speak clearly, and moderate pace
      •  Vocal Variety
        • Volume
        • pitch
        • rate
      • Body
        • facial expression (smile)
        • eye contact
        • stance
        • movement
        • hands
        • gestures


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