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Unit Standard 28095
Analyse personal financial investment options

Credits: 3
Version: 3

Investment Options

In this module students need to analyse two personal financial investment options: KiwiSaver and one other option. This module focuses on KiwiSaver, shares, bonds, term deposits and managed funds. Teachers could also explore the benefits of other forms of investment, such as buying a property, with their students.

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Unit Standard 28096
Demonstrate understanding of insurance products for personal financial capability

Version: 3
Credits: 3

Keeping Ourselves Covered
This module supports students understanding of a variety of insurance types and helps develop their understanding of insurance terminology and policies.

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Advertising - how does it capture us

This resource supports learners to investigate the key features of an ad and how it affects New Zealanders.

The resource has a learning objective to explore Financial Identity through English and provides an integrated and cross-curricular learning experience that can be used in multiple ways.

The learning experience in this resource is aligned to SOLO Taxonomy and gives choices throughout the learning process.

Am I a spender or a saver

This resource supports learners to investigate if they are a spender or a saver. Knowing the money personality helps to identify financial strengths and weaknesses.

The resource has a learning objective to explore Financial Identity through English and provides an integrated and cross-curricular learning experience that can be used in multiple ways.

The learning experience in this resource is aligned to SOLO Taxonomy and gives choices throughout the learning process.

An aging population

This resource provides information about the needs of older people.

The resource has a learning objective to explore Financial Sustainability through Social Sciences and provides an integrated and cross-curricular learning experience that can be used in multiple ways.

The learning experience in this resource is aligned to SOLO Taxonomy and gives choices throughout the learning process.

Achievement Standard 91226
Analyse statistical data relating to two contemporary economic issues

Version: 2
Credits: 4 

Economic Data, Issues, and Analysis
This module helps students learn about processing and presenting statistical data and explains how the data sets are interrelated. The data relates to two economic issues; inequality and climate change. The explanations relate to the data and their interrelationships while using economic models and/or concepts. Extrapolation of data needs to be justified by the analysis of the data and the interrelationships.

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English
Medium Education

Written in English with resources aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum.

Māori
Medium Education

Written in te reo Māori with resources aligned to Te Marautanga o Te Aho Matua and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

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