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The Stock Market Game : A Simulation of Stock Market Trading (Grades 5-8)
by Dianne Draze and Mary Lou Johnson




Overview -

The stock market is in the news every day, and even people who do not personally trade securities or intend to make a fortune by trading stocks have an interest in knowing something about the stock market. By giving students an understanding of the stock market, we are preparing them to deal knowledgeably with an area of our society that has a vast effect on their lives. Whether or not they choose later in life to trade stocks on an individual basis, they will have the knowledge that will enable them to understand this aspect of the economy and how their personal economic pictures are affected by the larger economic landscape.

The Stock Market Game is a fun, informative simulation game that provides the information and framework for students to learn about the economics and psychology of the stock market. This easy-to-use guide includes:

  • information about all aspects of company ownership;
  • information on stocks, stock prices, the stock market, buying and selling stocks, and forces that affect stock prices;
  • a minisimulation that can be completed in 1 week; and
  • a longer simulation that follows the real stock market for several months.

All information is presented on reproducible pages, illustrated with examples, and followed by exercises that let students apply their knowledge. This motivating unit will give students insights they will carry with them into their adult lives. This combination curriculum guide/simulation has it all. All you have to do is add current stock prices from your newspaper or the Internet.

For more information on business ownership, use the simulation Open for Business.

Grades 5-8

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Overview

The stock market is in the news every day, and even people who do not personally trade securities or intend to make a fortune by trading stocks have an interest in knowing something about the stock market. By giving students an understanding of the stock market, we are preparing them to deal knowledgeably with an area of our society that has a vast effect on their lives. Whether or not they choose later in life to trade stocks on an individual basis, they will have the knowledge that will enable them to understand this aspect of the economy and how their personal economic pictures are affected by the larger economic landscape.

The Stock Market Game is a fun, informative simulation game that provides the information and framework for students to learn about the economics and psychology of the stock market. This easy-to-use guide includes:

  • information about all aspects of company ownership;
  • information on stocks, stock prices, the stock market, buying and selling stocks, and forces that affect stock prices;
  • a minisimulation that can be completed in 1 week; and
  • a longer simulation that follows the real stock market for several months.

All information is presented on reproducible pages, illustrated with examples, and followed by exercises that let students apply their knowledge. This motivating unit will give students insights they will carry with them into their adult lives. This combination curriculum guide/simulation has it all. All you have to do is add current stock prices from your newspaper or the Internet.

For more information on business ownership, use the simulation Open for Business.

Grades 5-8



This item is Non-Returnable.

 

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781593631383
  • ISBN-10: 1593631383
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Publish Date: January 2005
  • Page Count: 66
  • Reading Level: Ages 10-13
  • Dimensions: 10.92 x 8.5 x 0.18 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.44 pounds


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