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Mr. Corey Woodring - Business Teacher

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I am here to provide the best possible learning experience for your child!

corey.woodring@belleville.k12.nj.us

Thank you and all the best!
 

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Sub Plans - Financial Literacy periods 4, 6, 7 - 5/25 Friday

 
In Textbook, please read and complete:
Fact or Fiction, Page 409, 1-6
Focus Questions 1-4, Page 410
Key Terms page 410
 
You Decide - Page  419, 1-3
 
Please complete for quiz grade, please email or hand in to substitue
 
Please return your book
 
Enjoy your weekend!
 
 Mr. Woodring
 

Home Insurance Quiz

Home Insurance Quiz

March 18, 2018

Knowing what your home insurance policy does — and does not — cover can make a world of difference in terms of how you’ll end up dealing with a potentially difficult situation. So go ahead and test your knowledge by taking our quick and easy quiz…

1. Your child’s babysitter fell down a flight of stairs left cluttered with books and toys, and has broken her leg. So now…

A. She has a right to sue you for negligence and endangerment.
B. She can’t sue you, but you are responsible for her health costs.
C. Any negligence on your part will be covered by your insurance company.

2. You left the water running and your bathtub overflowed — a lot, as in you flooded the condo unit below yours, causing damage to your neighbour’s property. Your policy…

A. Only takes care of damage to your property, not your neighbour’s
B. Covers damage done to your property as well as subsequent additional damage to your neighbour’s property.
C. Does not cover any of the damages.

3. A burglar broke into your home and stole your grandmother’s old photo albums, which were of great sentimental value to you.

A. Unless you’ve had them appraised and insured, your home policy will only cover their real-value cost.
B. Your insurance company makes exceptions for items of sentimental value and will pay out more for them.
C. Because they are old albums, your policy won’t cover them at all.

4. An airplane fell from the sky on your home, completely obliterating it. Your home policy…

A. Won’t cover a freak incident like this.
B. While not every incident of “impacted by flying objects’ is covered by home policies, some do, so you may be covered.
C. Your home insurance policy will automatically cover this.

5. Your dog attacked a visitor while on your property. Your policy…

A. Covers this under the “Ëœscienter’ (or admission of fault) clause. Even if the incident was caused by negligence on your part, or you didn’t post signs and allowed it to happen, you’re still protected.
B. If you didn’t post any dog signs, you’re responsible and your policy won’t cover it.
C. Any incident of dog attacks aren’t covered by homeowner policies.

6. You’re doing some painting and plastering work on your home. It’s strictly cosmetic. You should inform your insurance company because…

A. Even if it’s cosmetic, the work will affect your insurance policy.
B. Don’t bother — it’s only cosmetic.
C. The work may increase the value of your home, so your may need to reassess my home policy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go to https://www.insurancehotline.com/home-insurance-quiz/ 

for your answers

Google Earth Questions

What do you need?

- Computer with Internet
- Google Earth Program

What's Next?
1. Install Google Earth on your computer.
2. Type in each Latitude and Longitude coordinates in the "Fly To" box. If you can't see the where to type, go to view and make sure sidebar is checked.
3. Wait for it to take you to the coordinates.
4. Tell us what you found! You may have to zoom in or out to see it! 
What Did You Find?

 

1. N 35.027185, W 111.022388
 batman symbol
 airplanes
 meteor crater
 heart
 shipwreck
 giant triangle
2. N 26.357896, E 127.783809
 batman symbol
 airplanes
 meteor crater
 heart
 shipwreck
 giant triangle
3. N 32.150844, W 110.829416
 batman symbol
 airplanes
 meteor crater
 heart
 shipwreck
 giant triangle
4. N 33.747252, W 112.633853
 batman symbol
 airplanes
 meteor crater
 heart
 shipwreck
 giant triangle
5. N 41.303921, W 81.901693
 batman symbol
 airplanes
 meteor crater
 heart
 shipwreck
 giant triangle
6. N 30.541634, E 47.825445
 batman symbol
 airplanes
 meteor crater
 heart
 shipwreck
 giant triangle

 


Did you know there are over 2,500 satellites in orbit around the Earth? These satellites are what help Google Earth to have the pictures it needs to create the program you just used. As well as satellites, there are also over 10,000 man made objects orbiting around the Earth that are sometimes called "Space Junk". These include a variety of pieces ranging from panels to equipment that isn't used anymore.

 

 

PlayInsure www.playinsure.com

Introduction: Insurance is essential to our daily lives. We need insurance to drive a car, buy a home, open a business, and so much more. As important as it is to purchase insurance, it is
just as important to understand what your needs are and to make sure you are selecting the correct coverage to satisfy those needs.

Objective: In this lesson, students will learn basic auto and homeowner insurance concepts.
Students will get this knowledge through the use of PlayInsure.com www.playinsure.com
an online educational tool for students who want to learn about auto and homeowner insurance coverages. The tool helps the student gain an understanding of the financial impact of common events and how having insurance coverage can reduce that impact.

PlayInsure.com addresses general auto and home insurance coverages.