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Real-life issues in buying and selling. Warm-Up Questions CPS Questions 1 - 2. Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS. Lesson Overview. Shopping issues in daily life Renting or leasing an apartment Buying or leasing a car. Quick Write.

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Warm-Up Questions

CPS Questions 1 - 2

Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

lesson overview
Lesson Overview
  • Shopping issues in daily life
  • Renting or leasing an apartment
  • Buying or leasing a car

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

quick write
Quick Write

You have finally earned enough money to purchase your first car. List four things on a separate sheet of paper that you would consider prior to purchasing a car, and be prepared to share your list with the rest of the class.

Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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four steps in smart shopping
Four Steps in Smart Shopping
  • Separate your wants from your needs
  • Do your research
  • Make your purchase
  • Maintain your purchase

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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shopping online
Shopping Online
  • Trust your instincts
  • Be knowledgeable about web-based auctions
  • Be suspicious of prices that are too good
  • Read the privacy policy
  • Understand return, refund and shipping policies
  • Use a secure Internet connection
  • Print and save any records of your contact with the seller

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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tips for grocery shopping
Tips for Grocery Shopping
  • Plan your meals and make a list
  • Watch for sales
  • Buy store brands
  • Stick to budget
  • Don’t shop hungry
  • Don’t impulse buy
  • Minimize processed foods
  • Buy in bulk, if the price is right
  • Clip coupons

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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Learning Check Questions

CPS Questions 3 - 4

Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

activity 1 mnemonics
Activity 1: Mnemonics
  • On the worksheet provided create a mnemonic for recalling Online Shopping or Grocery Shopping tips.
  • Be prepared to share your answers with the class.

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

comparison shopping
Comparison Shopping
  • Compare prices and quality
  • Use unit pricing when comparing products sizes
  • Make sure to look at expiration date

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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tips for buying food items produce
Tips for Buying Food Items - Produce
  • Excellent source of vitamins
  • The darker the green or brighter the orange, the more the vitamins
  • Purchase fruits and vegetables in season to save money
  • Store produce in plastic bags so they won’t dry out
  • Don’t be put off by appearance

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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tips for buying food items meat products
Tips for Buying Food Items – Meat Products
  • Beef
    • Best grade of beef and most expensive is prime
  • Pork
    • Most popular cuts are ribs, roasts, and chops
  • Lamb
    • Most popular cuts are leg, chops, rack, and loin
  • Poultry
    • Main types of poultry are chicken and turkey
  • Fish
    • The sale of seafood is not regulated by the US government

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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tips for buying food items other food items
Tips for Buying Food Items – Other Food Items
  • Canned and packaged goods have a long shelf lifeso you can stock up during a sale
      • Some types of milk have more fat than others, check the fat content before purchasing
      • Always check the expiration date before buying eggs
      • You can buy cheese in several forms, but it will save money to buy in blocks and slice or grate it yourself
  • Frozen foods are regularly on sale

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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shopping for clothing
Shopping for Clothing
  • Don’t overspend
  • Mix and match
  • Shop discount stores
  • Shop online
  • Don’t buy latest fashion
  • Be careful of good sales
  • Don’t shop just to shop
  • Buy at the end of season

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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Learning Check Questions

CPS Questions 5 - 6

Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

activity 2 comparison shopping
Activity 2: Comparison Shopping
  • Review weekly sales flyers for local grocery stores.
  • On the worksheet provided determine the best location to shop for each item.
  • Be prepared to share your answers with the class.

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

renting or leasing an apartment
Renting or Leasing an Apartment
  • Over the short term, renting an apartment is often less expensive than buying
  • Renting can be necessary when you don’t have money for a down payment
  • Renting is also a good idea when you are unsure about an area
  • Tenant
    • A person who rents an apartment
  • Landlord
    • Apartment owner

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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searching for an apartment
Searching for an Apartment
  • Explore various neighborhoods where you may want to live
  • Determine what size apartment you want
  • Determine how much rent you can afford
  • Look in the newspaper and online advertisements for apartments to rent
  • Make sure you are compatible with your roommate

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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searching for an apartment1
Searching for an Apartment
  • Real Estate Agent
    • A professional who helps buy, sell, or rent homes and apartments
  • Lease
    • An agreement to pay rent and fulfill other obligations for a certain length of time
  • Security Deposit
    • A payment to make sure you meet your obligations as a tenant

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

tips for a partment hunting
Tips for Apartment Hunting
  • Don’t rush into anything
  • Ask whether utilities are included
  • Monthly rent and utilities should be no more than 30% of your gross income
  • Most apartments are unfurnished
  • Understand moving costs
  • Bring someone with you
  • Discuss any safety concerns
  • Pets may require a pet deposit

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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Learning Check Questions

CPS Questions 7 – 8

Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

activity 3 apartment search
Activity 3: Apartment Search
  • On the worksheet provided make a list of criteria for a new apartment.
  • Research apartments using your criteria using the Internet.
  • Be prepared to share your answers with the class.

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

choosing a car
Choosing a Car
  • What kind do you need?
  • How much can you afford?
  • Should you get a new car or a used one?
  • If you’ve decided on a used car, what kind of condition is it in?
  • What kind of insurance will you need?
  • What kind of resale value will the car have?
  • How much will repairs cost?
  • What is the financing rate?

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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buying or leasing a car
Buying or Leasing a Car

Disadvantages of Leasing

  • No equity
  • Extra fees for additional mileage
  • Additional lease fees
  • Costs more to lease than buy

Advantages of Leasing

  • Lower Down Payment
  • Lower Monthly Payment
  • No need to find a buyer

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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Learning Check Questions

CPS Questions 9 – 10

Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

activity 4 should you buy or lease
Activity 4: Should You Buy or Lease?
  • On the worksheet provided create a comparison chart for buying vs. leasing a car.
  • Be prepared to share your answers with the class.

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

summary
Summary
  • Shopping issues in daily life
  • Renting or leasing an apartment
  • Buying or leasing a car

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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Review Questions

CPS Questions 11 - 12

Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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Next….
  • Avoiding the credit trap

Chapter 1, Lesson 3

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