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This is a powerpoint presentation for students in a special education classroom. It teaches students the lifeskill of how to use a debit card.

This is a powerpoint presentation for students in a special education classroom. It teaches students the lifeskill of how to use a debit card.

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    • Life skills: How to Use a Debit Card An Interactive Presentation By: Alyse Jacobi Special Education
    • What is a debit card?
      • A debit card is a card that is used just like money
      • When the card is swiped money is automatically withdrawn from your bank account
      • It looks just like a credit card but says debit on the front instead of credit
      • Unlike a credit card, you can only charge up to the amount you have in your account
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    • Steps on Purchasing something with a Debit Card
      • 1.) Hand the clerk your debit card
      • 2.) The card will be swiped
      • 3.) Enter your PIN number into the pad or station
      • 4.) The cashier will get approval from the bank or it will say the card is declined
      • 5.) If it is approved a receipt will print and your funds will be deducted from your account
      1.) Hand the clerk your debit card 2.) The card will be swiped 3.) Enter your PIN number into the pad or station 4.) The cashier will get approval from the bank or it will say the card is declined 5.) If it is approved a receipt will print and your funds will be deducted from your account Quit
    • Step 1
      • Hand the clerk your debit card
      • Make sure you tell them it is a debit card
      • They may ask for your ID
      • Have your ID ready ahead of time to save having to search for it
      • They may ask to see your ID to make sure your picture and name match the one on your card
      • This is to make sure the card hasn’t been stolen
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    • Step 2
      • The clerk will swipe your debit card
      • The card may take a minute or two to respond
      • While the card is processing be sure to be patient by standing still
      • and being quiet
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    • Step 3
      • The clerk will ask you to enter your PIN number
      • A PIN number is a four digit personal identification number that is tied to your debit card so no one else can use it
      • The four digit number should be kept on a small piece of paper in your wallet, purse, or some place where you have it easily available so you don’t forget it
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    • Step 3 Continued
      • You will punch your PIN number into a the pad or station in front of you
      • When you put your PIN number in, you will not be able to see the numbers for security purposes
      • After, you type your number into the station you will press enter
      • It will show the amount being charged to your card
      • It will ask you if it is correct and ok to process, you will press yes or no (it will only process if you say yes)
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    • Step 4
      • Once you have said yes or no to your card being charged, the card will be processed
      • The cashier will let you know if the card it approved or declined
      • If the card is declined, you should call your bank
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    • Step 5
      • If the card is approved, then the cashier will hand you your receipt
      • You should keep the receipt somewhere safe for your records
      • This is to ensure that the proper amount is charged to your card
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    • What did we learn?
      • A debit card can be used on or offline
      • It is important to keep track of how much money you spend
      • Click on the picture below to view a video that explains how to use and debit card and why it’s important to keep track of how much money we spend
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    • Meet the Author
      • I am Alyse Jacobi a Grand Valley State University undergrad. I am attending Grand Valley to pursue a degree in special education. I love children and can’t wait to become a teacher!
      • If you have any questions or comments feel free to contact me at:
      • [email_address]
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    • Resources
      • Images and Videos from:
      • http://i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Articles/4663548/debitcard-main_Full.jpg
      • https:// www.newtekreferrals.com/auto_cu/nms_swipe.jpg
      • http://www.privateequityinvestments.biz/DebitCard.JPG
      • http://www.sun-sentinel.com/media/photo/2008-08/41602298.jpg
      • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =u1geYgUP9pI
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