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What is ‘Money & Morals’?

'Money & Morals' provides cross curricular educational materials to complement your syllabus and engage your students through realistic and relevant course materials and case studies. Money & Morals prepares students for ethical elements of exam syllabus and responsible decision making in the workplace.

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Who is 'Money & Morals' suitable for?

‘Money & Morals’ is a recommended teaching tool for teachers, with ‘ease of use’ being key to all the materials. Each course and case study contains downloadable PDFs for students and teachers, links to the curriculum, learning objectives, lesson plans, background information and questions and suggested answers. They are clearly linked by subjects to exam boards and levels of the curriculum. Money & Morals educational materials have been used for over ten years in almost 700 schools nationwide.

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How do I use ‘Money & Morals’ in the classroom?

‘Money & Morals’ can be used in a number of ways. Our unique database of case studies brings realistic workplace and life situations to students in a format where they can discuss the dilemmas raised and learn the skills of debating and critical thinking, whilst absorbing valuable life skills. These case studies can be used individually as lesson triggers and have clear links to your subject curriculum. Teachers can also use our complete courses which consist of self contained module units. Each unit includes learning objectives, suggested lesson plans, background information, case studies with links to news articles and a glossary of terms, and questions and answers with an ethical perspective. There are also assessment materials for students in our student section, which you can set for homework or as extra classroom activities.

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What are the ‘Money & Morals’ courses?

The ‘Money & Morals’ courses can be used as a full teaching comprehensive programme stretching across a term or several terms, depending on how you use it. We have five complete courses: - Business Studies - Citizenship - Stock Market - Money & Debt - Science & Ethics. Each course unit contains learning objectives, lesson plans, background information, assessments for students and case studies. There are downloadable PDFs and powerpoints for teachers and students, which are editable so that you can customise them for your own use.

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Tell me more about the Business Studies course

The Business Studies course provides materials that complement the curriculum across all exam boards, with clear links to the syllabus, and can be used as an integral part of your Business Studies lessons. The units are divided into sections that broadly match all Exam Boards curricula. These are: - Unit 1 – Marketing - Unit 2 – People in Business - Unit 3 – Operations & Enterprise - Unit 4 – Finance & Accounting - Unit 5 – Competition & Bribery It is an ideal resource for AS and A2 teaching, as well as useful within Business Studies GCSE. The materials have been written in conjunction with experienced Business Studies teachers and have been extensively piloted within schools.

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Tell me more about the Citizenship course

The Citizenship course provides materials that complement the curriculum across all exam boards, with clear links to the syllabus, and can be used as an integral part of your Business Studies lessons. The units are divided into sections that broadly match all Exam Boards curricula. These are: - Unit 1 – Consumers, Marketing and The Media - Unit 2 – Community and Global issues - Unit 3 – Rights & Responsibilities: The World of Work 1 - Unit 4 – Rights & Responsibilities: The World of Work 2 - Unit 5 – Family and Social Responsibility. It is an ideal resource for AS and A2 teaching, as well as useful within Business Studies GCSE. The materials have been written in conjunction with Citizenship experts and have been extensively piloted within schools.

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What is the Stock Market course?

This is an enrichment programme developed together with Business Excellence Schools. It provides students with an understanding an ethical perspective of stock markets, the types of jobs within this field and an awareness of the different types of trading. The units are divided into the following sections: - Unit 1 - Stock markets explained, - Unit 2 - Fixed income, equities and short selling, - Unit 3 - Jobs in the City, - Unit 4 - Hedge Funds, futures and Options - Unit 5 - Banks and the Responsibilities of Companies. It can be used as a full course, or individual self standing lessons, to suit your school's requirements.

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What about the Money & Debt course?

This is an enrichment programme developed due to demand for materials teaching students the value and responsibility of money and its pitfalls. It provides students with an understanding of the responsibility of Money & Debt. The units are divided into the following sections: - Unit 1 - Banking, earnings and savings - Unit 2 - Credit cards and Debt - Unit 3 - Gambling and Risk - Unit 4 - Mortgages and loans. It can be used as a full course, or individual self standing lessons, to suit your school's requirements.

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Tell me more about the Science & Ethics course.

The Science Course provides ethical materials to tackle the controversial social and emotive issues within the science curriculum and complement it. The course highlights the differences between scientific and ethical reasoning. The units are divided into sections that broadly match all Exam Boards curricula. These are: - Unit 1 - Biology and Pharmacy - viagra en vente en France) - Unit 2 - Chemistry - Unit 3 - Physics

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Is the ‘Money & Morals Programme easy to teach?

Yes, the ‘Money & Morals’ Programme has been designed so that teachers do not need any additional prior knowledge of their subject, yet they provide a unique ethical perspective. There are learning outcomes, lesson plans, reading materials, case studies, student assessment materials and suggested answers in the teachers' materials.

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Tell me more about the student area.

The teacher can assign any of the case studies to their class and the students can then login using the username and password they will have set up. The students can then see the materials you have chosen for them and complete the assignment and submit to the teacher.

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How do I order the ‘Money & Morals’ Programme?

Please go to the following link - www.moneyandmorals.org/subscribe/

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Can I give feedback and suggestions for teaching the ‘Money & Morals’ Programme?

Yes. There is a teachers' forum under the ‘Teacher Training’ section and any comments you may have are welcome.

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