View the top ten NZ ads ever made and identify similarities and differences. Explain why these ads are so popular.
As a class, select a group of ads.
Working in a group of four, choose four ads.
Critique the ads based on their:
Imagine that you are the brand manager of a company. Your aim is to grow your customer base to include 14–16 year olds.
Describe your spending habits and identify whether you are a spender or a saver.
Take the Sorted money personality quiz.
Take the Sorted money personality test. Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of your money/moni personality. Explain how you might work to improve any areas of weakness.
Analyse the money/moni personalities of people in your home. Have them take the Sorted money personality test. Did you accurately predict their money/moni personalities?
Compare and contrast needs and wants in the supermarket shop activity.
Keep a spending diary for one month. Analyse the amount you spend each week. Use SurveyMonkey to combine your class data and identify opportunities for goal setting/whāinga paetae or saving/te whakaputu.
View the interactive video: Smart Choices
Imagine that a Y-Fone has just been released with eye retina recognition, photo and video self-editing features, and holographic printing capability. It’s advertised as a “must-have” for every teenager.
Justify whether or not a teenager should purchase this product.
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Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
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