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#14946/0483  21ST CENTURY MONEY MANAGEMENT (5 Progrrams)
This series is packed with information about banking in the new millennium. Not only are the basics of opening accounts covered, but your students will also learn how to manage their money successfully. Special focus is given to online banking. Covers checking, savings, credit cards, loans an financial planning.Grades 7 to A

Recent events have demonstrated quite clearly just how fragile personal economic security can be. Also, how delusional the expectation that leaving so-called professionals to look after our money in good faith is! Thank you Bernie (among others) for setting that straight. Shows young people that handling their own money and credit responsibly can be interesting and will make a big difference in their future lives. Grades 9 to A

#5143/1120  CHARGE IT! Credit Card Secrets DVD
Credit cards!? ! Boost or BUST!!?? This video provides a consumer's guide to choosing and using a credit card advantageously and it's aimed particularly at young people who are being tempted by credit card offers for the first time. The information is valuable to ANY consumer.

#15139/0685  DEFAULT: The Student Loan Documentary
Chronicles the stories of borrowers who find themselves in the paralyzing predicament of having to repay far more than what they borrowed - with no bankruptcy protection, and no recourse under the law. The result is at once an accessible analysis of a mounting economic crisis, and a cautionary tale for students.

#10372/1120  HELP! They Stole My Name! DVD
How can someone else steal your identity? Sounds ridiculous but what they are actually doing is sharing your financial identity and using (misusing/abusing) your credit. And that can be very, VERY bad for you. Watch and learn both how they do it and how to protect yourself from them.

#12542/1120  HOW PEOPLE ARE PAID: From Work to Wages
This brand new video offers a fresh look at the world of paychecks, deductions, and benefits. Grades 7 to A

#16062/0483  HOW WOULD YOU BUDGET?
Hanna has just gotten a raise and the cast of characters representing her monthly expenses are meeting so each one can make a case for their share of the money. Can they work together to balance Hanna’s budget? Will Saving finally get a fair share? Or will dreaded Debt demand that it all be used to pay back what she is owed? Your students will laugh as they learn about budgeting. But at the end of the program, they have to answer the serious question - How Would You Budget? *Includes Teacher's Guide *Closed Captioned *A full-length preview of this title is available upon requestGrades 7 to A

#6696/1120  INVISIBLE HAND: Economics in Daily Life - DVD
Wow! Viewers are given the tools to make an analysis of their own lives from an economics perspective. They also get to look at economics from the perspective of, and using examples from, their everyday experiences. What is the REAL cost to their GDP of watching 4 hours of television every day? Alan Greenspan beware! Grades 7 to A

#15834/1290  MONEY SMART: Making Cents of Your Finances
Being a smart consumer starts with understanding money and finances beyond simply knowing what money can buy. EARNING - Understanding your paycheck (3:14) SAVING AND INVESTING - Planning for rainy days and your future (5:02) SPENDING - Managing your expenses online (5:14) OWING - Borrowing and paying your debts (6:19) TRACKING AND GIVING - Living within your means and sharing with others (5:31) *Closed CaptionedGrades 6 to A

#14445/0635  PERSONAL FINANCE ESSENTIALS: Financial Literacy for Young Earners (5 Programs)
Loaded with savvy tips and real-life scenarios, this comprehensive five-part series prepares students to become responsible managers of their personal finances. Each program tackles a specific topic - budgeting, banking, credit, investing, and taxes - and breaks it down into segments that can be used as separate teaching tools, or remain as part of a complete lesson. 5-part series, 32-38 minutes each.

#13450/1120  SAVVY CONSUMER SERIES (3 Programs)
With this new series teach your students credit basics, wise credit card use, and how as consumers - they have rights! The 3 parts are 23-25 minutes each: UNDERSTANDING CREDIT BASICS: Know the Score USING CREDIT CARDS WISELY: Take Charge KNOW YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS (AND RESPONSIBILITIES) Grades 8 to A

#12990/1280  SMART MONEY SERIES (3 Programs)
Perhaps now more than ever, personal money management is obviously critically important. All those people and companies who were looking after other people's finances were either really looking out for themselves or not looking at all! Understanding the pitfalls of undisciplined saving, investing, budgeting and spending practices, especially aimed at younger viewers, is crucial. But then as Mr. Madoff demonstrated, anyone can be infantilized when there's free money involved. Grades 9 to A

#11290/0635  TEACHING TOOLS FOR ECONOMICS with John Stossel (2 Programs) DVD
The study of economics and the repercussions of economic practices by both business and governments are one of the most crucial and significant factors affecting how we live now and in the future. So why do students think it's a boring, nerdy, theory-centered discipline that is neither art nor science? This two part introduction to the world of macro and microeconomics injects that ever involving element of reality and stimulates the interest the subject deserves.

This video offers a complete introduction to the basics of personal finances. Budgeting, saving, and spending allowances are covered in detail.

#9785/1120  WHAT IS A PRICE? Basic Economic Literacy DVD
"That's just not worth it!" "But it's such a bargain ..." Our entire consumer-based economy revolves around the idea that enough people are willing to pay a certain price for certain goods or services. Why? Learn more. "This video is a steal at that price!" Grades 7 to 12

In this three-program personal finance series, your students will meet four young adults with some important financial decisions to make concerning their budgets, credit and transportation. As they each explain their financial situations, you’ll have the opportunity to stop the program and let your students decide what they think each of these young adults should do. Then they’ll find out what decision was actually made. Will your students agree with them or find a different solution? Three closed captioned programs: YOU DECIDE: BUDGETING YOU DECIDE: CREDIT YOU DECIDE: TRANSPORATION *Closed Captioned Grades 7 to A


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