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Author:Ruben Jans Format:Weblink,.pdf
Author:Igor Kokcharov Format:Weblink
Author:Fundacja Centrum Edukacji Obywatelskiej Format:Weblink,.pdf
"Kupujemy w internecie" is a lesson scenario with interactive comic book focusing on consumer rights in the internet shopping
Author:IEFP Format:Weblink is a free and independent site for all those who wish to get acquainted with the questions of money
Author:INESS Format:Weblink
Portal concentrates information about public revenues and expenditures and helps to make a complex view of how the government spends public money and how the figures change in time.
Author:Debt and Development Coalition Ireland Format:Weblink,.pdf
This is a magazine style resource which will enable students to learn about the global debt crisis.
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Interactive presentation about coins and banknotes.
Author:AISIS Format:Weblink,.swf
Collection of e-learning lesson on various issues of financial literacy.
Author:StudioVo Format:Weblink
The theme is Consuming and the teaching subject is Economy. You learn there are different kinds of incomes and expenses. You will learn how to manage your budget. You will look what factors will influence the buyer's behavior. You learn the different functions of money and what the impact is on the environment.
Author: Format:.doc / .docx
Trading in the financial markets is lively both in terms of the number of participants and investments traded. As sales and purchases always require at least two parties, the seller and the buyer, it is logical that the return of one represents the loss of another. With active monitoring of invested assets and knowledge of possible investments one can avoid potential losses.
Author: Format:Weblink,.doc / .docx
Lesson plan includes work in the legal texts, worksheets, case studies, debates, dilemmas
Author:Consumer Protection Boad Format:Weblink
This webpage includes the experiences and opinions of young people, advices from Consumer Protection Board and teaching materials for teachers.
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