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This four-lesson series provides teens with strategies and guidelines to use financial services in a sensible and wary manner. Each of the following competencies is addressed in a lesson:
- Explain how services are used to handle business transactions.
- Select banking tools and technology to handle personal business transactions.
- Protect your personal account information.
- Select a financial service provider.

This three-lesson series provides teens with strategies and guidelines to protect personal property and financial resources. Each of the following competencies is addressed in a lesson:
- Justify reasons to be insured.
- Investigate how insurance works.
- Choose insurance for specific needs and situations.

The following course guide is designed as an outline for teaching the Introductory Level curriculum. The guide is designed for 2,000 minutes of classroom time, which is the average length of a 9‐week course. The recommended time allocated for each lesson plan is indicated in minutes to easily adapt to varying class period times.

The following course guide is designed as an outline for teaching the Introductory Level curriculum. The guide is designed for 450 minutes of classroom time, which is the average length of a 2‐week course. The recommended time allocated for each lesson plan is indicated in minutes to easily adapt to varying class period times.

This four-lesson series provides teens with tools and strategies to put personal assets to work to build wealth. Each of the following competencies is addressed in a lesson:
- Explore how saving and investing can be used to build wealth.
- Explore how investing works.
- Explore the risks and rewards of investment options.
- Outline strategies to achieve investing goals.