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The resources in this area can be used independently or in groups to build financial capability knowledge and skills.
Curriculum Level
Theme
Learning Area
Unit Standard 28088
Demonstrate understanding of credit and debt on personal finances

Version: 2
Credits: 3

Credit and Debt
This module supports students to develop their understanding of how debt can impact on personal finances, along with factors that contribute to debt being manageable or unmanageable.

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Unit Standard 28093
Describe the financial responsibilities and consequences of tertiary study funding options

Version: 3
Credits: 3

Funding Study
This is a useful module for students planning to study or do training once they leave school. The module explores student loans, apprenticeships, and working while studying as three options for funding study. However, if students already have a clear idea of what they want to do they should talk with a careers advisor to identify study-funding options specific to their intended pathway, or individual circumstances, and focus on these instead.

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Achievement Standard 91026
Apply numeric reasoning in solving problems

Version: 3 
Credits: 4 

Money Matters
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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Avoiding debt/nama

This resource supports learners to understand debt and why it is important to know before borrowing money.

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.

Banks want your business

This resource supports learners to investigate banking. It looks at how banks market themselves and how this impacts decision making.

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.

Buying the big stuff

This resource supports learners to investigate what due diligence they need to go through before making a big purchase like a car.

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.

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Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.

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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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