Will is helping Penny design her fantasy kickball team, but Penny is a little more interested in what the players are wearing and who they are dating. As Will works through Penny’s choices for players, he and Sydney discuss the costs and benefits of each choice.
Essential Question: How do benefits, costs and consequences affect financial and non-financial choices that people make?
Learning Objective: Students will recognize that financial and non-financial choices that people make have benefits, costs, and consequences.
Essential Vocabulary: benefits, budget, costs, income, interest, market, money price, wants, choices, consequences
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