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TOPICS FOR UNIT 5 TEST

posted Apr 21, 2015, 4:41 PM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

Vocabulary:

The following words could be on the test-

Market value, tenant, landlord, real estate tax, assessed value, down payment, mortgage, foreclosure, lease, amortization, security deposit, square footage, decision matrix, interest rate, assets, cost of living index

TOPICS:
1) Square footage (how to calculate it and cost per square footage)
2) Mortgage Payments (how much left to pay after down payment, how to calculate down payment)
3) Amortization Schedule (Analyzing information on it, what if the rate changes?, what if the length of the mortgage changes?)
4) Calculating AC BTUs
5) Advantages and Disadvantages to Renting vs. Owning


Unit 5 Test

posted Apr 20, 2015, 1:05 PM by Ms. Nusrat Khan   [ updated Apr 21, 2015, 4:41 PM ]

SECTION 1 on 4/27
SECTION 2 on 4/27

Start studying for your test this week! Create a study guide on what topics you think will be on test.

GOOD LUCK!

Homework 2.19:

posted Apr 17, 2015, 12:59 PM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

SECTIONS 1 & 2 DUE 4/20

1) Complete the task and scenario on the worksheet that was handed out in class today. If you lose the sheet, you will lose 2 grades not one. The front will be graded for classwork and the back for homework.

Unit 5 Project Due Part 2 Due 4/17

posted Apr 16, 2015, 2:07 PM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

SECTIONS 1 & 2 DUE 4/17:

1) Be sure to have your completed version of part 2 printed and ready to submit tomorrow.

2) MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A WORKS CITED PAGE. Also, delete all the questions and guidelines and have it in essay form. 

Homework 2.18:

posted Apr 16, 2015, 1:35 PM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

SECTION 1 DUE 4/17:

Use the Excel template to build an amortization table for Juan Sanchez.

1. Juan wants to buy a home for $85,000.  His loan will be financed at 6% interest for 30 years.  Juan must make a 10% down payment.  Using this information, what will Juan's monthly payment be?  

2. In December 2010, how much will Juan owe on his mortgage? 

3. How much interest will Juan pay over the course of the loan? 

4. If the interest rate suddenly rises to 6.25%, what will his payment be? 

Print off the template and turn in your print out with the answers to the questions above or email it to me. 

Homework:

posted Mar 30, 2015, 5:23 PM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

SECTION 1 & 2 DUE 4/1

1) Finalize and complete Part 1 of the Unit 5 Project regarding research on cost of living between the three cities you chose. 
2) The template for a Decision Matrix should be copied and completed and then inserted into your document to be complete. 
3) Lastly, be sure to site your resources properly using MLA format. 

The four outcomes that Part 1 of your project will be graded on is:
Preparation
Research 3: Cite Sources
Writing 1: Use Evidence
Math 13: Explain and Analyze Data

Homework:

posted Mar 27, 2015, 9:35 AM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

SECTION 1 & 2:

1) The Unit 5 Project Part 1 Research Google document is due today aside from question 8 and 9 and the decision matrix all other parts of the document should be completed. 

Homework 2.16:

posted Mar 23, 2015, 5:24 PM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

SECTION 1 DUE 3/25
SECTION 2 DUE 3/24

1) Select three cities that you would be interested in and research them. Be sure to cite your sources on why you selected these three cities.
2) Complete the first page of the Google document that was shared with you called Independent Living Part 1. 

Homework 2.15:

posted Mar 18, 2015, 2:26 PM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

SECTION 1 DUE 3/20
SECTION 2 DUE 3/20

1) Complete problems 2-8 (EVEN) from worksheet 8-1.

Homework 2.14:

posted Mar 17, 2015, 7:35 AM by Ms. Nusrat Khan

Section 1 Due 3/19
Section 2 Due 3/18

1) Write a one page reflection about Waging a Living based on the conversation that we had in the fishbowl about the documentary and what recommendations or advice you would give to them according the following quotes:

Jean said, “I’ve worked hard my whole life and I’m still stuck. Things have
changed somewhere along the line and I feel cheated out of the American dream.
I just don’t get ahead. There is no American dream anymore.” Jerry also talked
about the American dream. “My dreams will come true if I work hard enough for
them. But it's just some people's dreams get torn down.”
What would you say to Jean or Jerry who are clearly working hard, but are far
from achieving their dreams? In your view, what should they do differently? Or,
what should the community (employers, labor leaders, and community
stakeholders) do differently to enable low-wage workers to get ahead?

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