AY Honor Currency - Advanced Answer Key for Canada used by General Conference

From Pathfinder Wiki
< AY Honors‎ | Currency - AdvancedAY Honors/Currency - Advanced/Answer Key 3 /
Revision as of 17:55, 14 September 2021 by W126jep (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Currency - Advanced

Skill Level

3

Year

1998

Version

18.05.2024

Approval authority

General Conference

Currency Advanced AY Honor.png
Currency - Advanced
Arts, Crafts and Hobbies
Skill Level
123
Approval authority
General Conference
Year of Introduction
1998
See also


1

Have the Currency (Coins) honor.

For tips and instruction see Currency.


2 Flag of Canada.svg

Select a coin or note from your collection and present an oral or written report on the historical or other significance of the person(s), place(s), item(s) or symbol(s) found on both sides.


Suggestions:


3 Flag of Canada.svg

What are the laws regarding counterfeiting in your country and what devices are used in your nation's currency to prevent it?



4

Attend a meeting of a local coin club and report on your experience. Possible items to consider:
a. Level of expertise of members as demonstrated by presentations and dialogues.
b. Average general age of attendees.
c. Ideas which might help the club extend its collector interest to a wider audience.
d. How newcomer friendly is the organization.
e. Suggestions on how these people might be reached with the gospel through a manner which they would find attractive.


Search Suggestions


5

Select one of the three categories of your collection as required under the Currency Honor requirements 7 and 8, and increase your collection to include twice the total number of specimens.


6

Add to your collection at least one of the unusual (odd and curious) forms learned about in requirement 1 of the Currency Honor requirements and have in your Currency Honor files, at least a paragraph summarizing how, when and where this item was used as currency.


Requirement 1 reproduced below for simplicity

1. Relate briefly the story of barter, showing three reasons why money came into being and naming at least ten strange forms of money used in place of coins or currency.


References