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Storyboard Sales Percentages Mm

# Storyboard Sales Percentages Mm

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SALES & PERCENTAGES
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MICHAEL MAXWELL

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Students will see a photo of a sales advertisement. On the slide will be the title of the presentation After the title is narrated, a cash register will sound and the slide will fade away. The purpose of this slide is to introduce students to the topic by utilizing visual cues they have seen within real world experiences.

NARRATION: SALES & PERCENTAGES

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PRICE IS RIGHT THEME SONG PHOTO OF SALES ADVERTISEMENT CASH REGISTER SOUND NARRATIVE

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Students will see a photo of an advertised sale Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to explain a sale

NARRATION: Have you ever been to a store, maybe at the mall, or watching television and you see an advertisement of a sale? A sale is when an individual can purchase an item for a discounted price.

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Students will see an original photo of a cashier and cash register. The shot will start at the cash register and pan out. No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to ask students about the math involved in determining the final sales price of an item, including tax.

NARRATION: Do you think you can calculate the final price of any item on sale? Would you know the correct amount of money to give the cashier? You will follow Kayla and Sierra as they learn about percentages and final sale prices.

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PHOTO OF CASHIER AND CASH REGISTER NARRATIVE

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Students will see an original photo of Kayla and Sierra. No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to introduce the main characters of the story

NARRATION: You will follow Kayla and Sierra as they learn about percentages and final sale prices. Hopefully, you will learn with them.

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Steps to finding the final sale price Calculate the percentage amount of original price Subtract the percentage amount from the original price to determine the sales price Calculate the sales tax amount Add the sales tax amount to the sales price

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Students will see an original picture of the wording on the steps to determining a final sales price. No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show the students the steps to determining a final sales price

NARRATION: Here are the steps necessary to determine the sales price of an item. First, you must calculate the percentage amount of the original price. Then, you subtract the percentage amount from the original price. This will give you the sales price. Then, you must calculate the sales tax amount, based on the sales price. Finally, add the sales tax amount and the sales price together to obtain the final sale price. It is all about MATH!!!!

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PHOTO OF STEPS TO FINDING FINAL SALES PRICE NARRATIVE

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Students will see original pictures of various percentages No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to explain a percentage.

NARRATION: Percentages are like pieces of a whole. When dealing with sales, percentages will range from 0% - 100%.

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PHOTO OF PERCENTAGES NARRATIVE

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Students will see non-original picture of a pie. No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to explain a percentage.

NARRATION: Let’s take a good pie for example (we can imagine it is APPLE PIE, my favorite). The whole pie is 100%. If I were to take a piece of the pie away, then I would have a percentage of the pie and there would be a percentage left. If I took a quarter of the pie, then I would have 25% of the pie and 75% would be left over. If I took half of the pie, I would have 50% of the pie and 50% would be left over. If I took all of the pie, then I would have 100% of the pie and there would be how much left over? Right I would have eaten ALL of the pie so there would be none left over.

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PHOTO OF APPLE PIE NARRATIVE

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Students will see original photo of different percentages and how to convert percentages to decimals. No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show students how to convert percentages into a decimal number

NARRATION: How do we calculate percentages? Percentages can be turned into decimal numbers and then we can use any mathematic function with them. In this case, we will be using multiplication. A percent sign means that you can move the decimal point two places to the left. So, if I had 30%, then I can convert that to .30 or .1. If I had 50%, then it would be .50. If I had 5 %, then what would it be? (silence). Well, I would move the decimal point two to the left, and I would fill the empty space with a 0 making it .05.

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PHOTO OF CONVERTING PERCENTAGE TO DECIMAL NARRATIVE

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Students will see an original photo of a store tag with a price and a sales advertisement No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show how to calculate the sales price.

NARRATION: So, now that we know how to convert a percentage to a decimal. Let’s see how we calculate the sales price. Here we have gone to the store and we see the original price of this item. We also see that it is on sale at 80% off.

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PHOTO OF ORIGINAL PRICE TAG & SALES ADVERTISEMENT NARRATIVE

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Calculation of Sales Price

Students will see an original photo of a store tag with a price and a sales advertisement and the calculation of the sales price. No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show how to calculate the sales price.

NARRATION: We can convert 80% to .8. Now, we multiply the original price by our new decimal .8. This will give us the percentage of the original price. Subtracting this amount from the original price will give us the sales price.

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PHOTO OF SALES PRICE CALCULATION NARRATIVE

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Calculation of Sales Tax Amount

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Students will see an original photo of working out the sales price Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to explain the calculation of the sales tax

NARRATION: Once you have the sale price, you can calculate the sales tax amount. If you know what the sale tax is, it can be calculated very similarly to the sale price. This is because the sales tax is a PERCENTAGE. Since we know how to convert a percentage to a decimal, we can multiply the decimal and the sale price together, to get the tax amount. Then, we add this amount to the sale price to get the final sale price. For example, if the sale price is \$5.00 and the sales tax is 5%, then I would multiply 5.00 and .05 and get \$.25. I would then add \$5.00 and \$.25 together and the final sales price is \$5.25.

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PHOTO OF SALES TAX AMOUNT CALCULATION NARRATIVE

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Students will see an original photo of an item with a price tag of \$15.00 and a sales advertisement of 25% off. No music will be played Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show the problem

NARRATION: Let’s see if Kayla and Sierra can work this problem out. There is an item whose original price is \$25.00. It is on sale for 65% off. The sales tax is 7%. What is the final sale price?

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PHOTO OF ITEM WITH PRICE TAG OF \$15.00 PHOTO OF SALES ADVERTISEMENT OF 25% OFF NARRATIVE

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Students will see an original photo of Kayla and Sierra working on the problem on the board. Students will see a close-up of the girls working together. Final Jeopardy Theme Music will be played during this slide. No Narration The purpose of this slide is to show the students working on the problem and to give time for the students to finish the problem.

NARRATION: NO NARRATION

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PHOTO OF KAYLA AND SIERRA WORKING ON THE PROBLEM FINAL JEOPARDY THEME MUSIC

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Calculation of Sample Problem

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Students will see a photo of the problem worked out No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied – done by Narrator, KAYLA AND SIERRA. The purpose of this slide is to show the students the correct answer to the problem in the previous slide.

NARRATION: Kayla and Sierra, please tell me how you solved the problem and what the final answer is? (KAYLA AND SIERRA TALKING OUT PROBLEM)

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PHOTO OF PROBLEM EXPLANATION AND ANSWER NARRATIVE

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Students will see original photo of girls excited Upbeat music will be played. Narration applied and done by Narrator, Kayla, and Sierra. The purpose of this slide is to show the excitement and to prepare the students for the next set of problems.

NARRATION: KAYLA AND SIERRA……You are absolutely correct. To reward you, we will take a trip to the mall so you can go shopping. (Girls Scream in excitement) However, there is a catch. You may only go purchase items that are on sale and you must correctly calculate the final sales price before you can purchase it. (Girls say OK, YOU’VE GOT A DEAL)….

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PHOTO OF GIRLS EXCITED NARRATIVE UPBEAT MUSIC

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Students will see an original photo of highway driving to the mall. Up beat music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to provide sensation of driving to the mall

NARRATION: NO NARRATION

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Students will see original panoramic photos of Lenox Mall. Upbeat music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to indicate the next set of problems are about to begin.

NARRATION: O.K. Ladies, we have reached our destination. Remember our deal, you can only purchase something on sale and you must correctly figure out the final sale price with the sales tax included. If your amount matches the amount on the cash register, then you may purchase the item. (Ladies say OK)

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Students will see original photo of Kayla and Sierra spotting an item of interest and asking about the original price, sales tax, and the advertised percentage off. A photo confirming the information will be displayed also No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied – Done by Kayla and Sierra The purpose of this slide is for the student to obtain the necessary information to work out the problems

NARRATION: Good evening, we are here working on an assignment and we want to purchase these items, however we must figure out how much the final sale price will be in order to purchase them, just a couple of questions. What are the original prices of these items? What are the advertised sale percentages on these items? How much is the sales tax in your store?

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PHOTO OF KAYLA AND SIERRA ASKING CASHIER QUESTIONS NARRATIVE

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SALES PRICE – SALE PERCENTAGE – SALES TAX PERCENTAGE -

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A photo confirming the information from the cashier will be displayed also No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied – Done by Cashier. The purpose of this slide is for the student to obtain the necessary information to work out the problems

NARRATION: The original prices are \$16.00 and \$8.50. The sale is when you buy 1 item, you get a second item of equal or lesser value at 50% off. The sales tax in our store is 8%.

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PHOTO OF KAYLA AND SIERRA ASKING CASHIER QUESTIONS PHOTO OF CONFIRMING INFORMATION NARRATIVE

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Students will see an original photo of Kayla and Sierra working out the problem. Photo will start close up on girls and pan outward. Showing Text: Can you figure out the final sales price. Background music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show students working on problem and to give students time to figure out the answer.

NARRATION: We see Kayla and Sierra working hard at trying to figure out the price. Can you figure it out the final sales price?

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PHOTO OF KAYLA AND SIERRA WORKING ON THE PROBLEM TEXT: CAN YOU FIGURE OUT THE FINAL SALES PRICE BACKGROUND MUSIC NARRATIVE

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Students will see original photos of Kayla talking to the cashier, The cashier ringing up the item (Close up picture on the cashier’s LCD screen and panning out to entire register), and Kayla purchasing the item. No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show the girls getting the correct answer.

NARRATION: Excuse me, I have figured out the answer. The final price is \$22.41_________.

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PHOTO OF KAYLA TALKING TO CASHIER WHILE CASHIER RINGS UP ITEM PHOTO OF KAYLA PURCHASING ITEM NARRATIVE

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Students will see original photos of cashier ringing up the item (Close up picture on the cashier’s LCD screen and panning out to entire register), No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show the girls getting the correct answer.

NARRATION: Kayla and Sierra, you are CORRECT that is the right final sales price. You may purchase the item.

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PHOTO OF CASHIER RINGS UP ITEM NARRATIVE

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Students will see an original photo of the problem being worked out No music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show the students how to work out the final sales price.

NARRATION: You can see here how Kayla and Sierra came up with the correct answer.

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PHOTO OF PROBLEM SOLUTION NARRATIVE

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Students will see an original photo of Kayla and Sierra showing their new purchase. Light background music will be played during this slide. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is show the excitement of the girls purchasing their new item and to bring closure to the story

NARRATION: Kayla and Sierra are very happy with their new purchase. More importantly, they learned how to calculate sale prices. So, the next time you go to the mall, you will know exactly how to calculate your next sale purchase.

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Students will see an original photo of Kayla and Sierra waving goodbye as they leave the mall. This will be a halfbody shot to the girls. For this slide, appropriate music will be selected to end this presentation. The music will be selected from the options available on PhotoStory 3. Narration applied. The purpose of this slide is to show students the fun of math within the mall.

NARRATION: and Sierra are very happy with their new purchase. More importantly, they learned how to calculate sale prices. So, the next time you go to the mall, you will know exactly how to calculate your next sale purchase. I hope that you have enjoyed our trip to the mall. Remember, math is all around you and can be very fun. We hope to see you on our next math journey. BYE!!!

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