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Achievement Standard 91026
The Money Matters module helps students learn about financial decision making when it comes to money and using their number knowledge skills to communicate how they made their decisions. Some of the contexts that they will explore are working out what percentage of their pay they want to/can invest in KiwiSaver, how to manage bills in a flat situation using ratio and how to consolidate their debts.
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Course Outline General (pdf)
Course Outline Level 1 (pdf)
Teacher Guide Level 1 (pdf)
Student Guide (pdf)
Student Booklet (pdf)
Practice Booklet (pdf)
Vocabulary List (pdf)
Answer Booklet (pdf)
View and discuss the infographic on debt/nama.
View and discuss the debt/nama Powerpoint.
View the saving/te whakaputu PowerPoint.
English | Teaching and learning plan
English | Using the resource
Financial identity discussion starter
English | Assessment
Explain why knowing about debt before you borrow is important.
Explain the difference between good and bad debt/nama. View these images for ideas.
Explain the purpose of the Do-Not-Knock Campaign.
Create a resource teaching people how to manage credit cards.
Create an infographic for teenagers on how to avoid incurring debt/nama.
View marketing materials used by at least four banks. Choose both online materials and brochures or leaflets. Identify the target audience of the materials, for example, people in specific age, gender, ethnic, or working groups. Identify groups that are not represented in the materials.
Rank a set of four bank marketing materials in terms of their:
Identify which bank materials would appeal most to teenagers and explain why.
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Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
Hāpaitia te ara tika, pūmau ai te rangatiratanga mo ngā uri whakatipu.
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