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The resources in this area can be used independently or in groups to build financial capability knowledge and skills.
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Banks want your business

Evaluate your findings from your study of bank marketing materials. Recommend ways that banks could make their marketing materials more appealing for young people.

Make a generalisation about the types of messages that banks give young people.

Social Sciences

Community responses to housing issues

Homelessness is an issue that impacts on individuals, families and whānau, communities, and New Zealand society as a whole.

Read this article about the homelessness in Whanganui.

Define homelessness and discuss whether it is an issue in your community.

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Community responses to housing issues

Read these approaches and responses to community housing issues:

Select one approach from above that you could see having benefits in your community, and explain the advantages and disadvantages of the approach.

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Creating healthy wealth

Complete Thinklinker #1:  The Metre ruler activity. Identify factors that shape your financial needs at different life stages.

Complete this survey. Identify factors that influenced your financial wellbeing score.

Watch these videos discussing factors that make a wealthy life. Define what a wealthy life means to you.

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Health

Creating healthy wealth

Generalise ways that financial stress can impact on relationships.

Complete The impacts of Financial stress. View Health resource 1

Create a visual product (poster, visual or short video) that captures and promotes key strategies young people can use to overcome financial risk factors.

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Design a questionnaire

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Credits: 3

Questionnaire Design
This module supports students developing their understanding of attitudes, beliefs and values that create their financial identity.

Financial identity is explored through understanding the questionnaire-based study which Dr. Carla Houkamau and her team at Auckland University undertook with their study on The Māori Identity and Financial Attitudes Study (MIFAS). Dr. Houkamau provides students with expert insight into the process her team has used to develop their questionnaire and conduct their survey. It also gives students an opportunity to build their capability to design their own questionnaire of interest.

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

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

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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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