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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.
Explain how financial factors impact on wellbeing. Complete Influences on wellbeing
Explain how not being in control of your financial situation might impact on your emotional and mental wellbeing. Identify things you can do that can give you a greater sense of control.
Working in a group, complete the Character retirement/whakatā story.
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.
Health | Teaching and learning plan
Health | Using the resource
Financial sustainability discussion starter
Health | Assessment
Think about your house/whare and the spaces that are in it. List the areas that are most important to you.
Describe the spaces that you spend the most time in each day.
Compare and contrast the way space is used in a tiny home with the way it is used in a larger home.
Interview a grandparent or retired person about what it is like to be retired. Ask questions about how and where they live (living arrangements) have changed. Record your interview.
Make connections between the needs of a retired person and your tiny house/whare design.
Create a draft plan of a tiny house/whare. Include a floor plan that identifies key features.
Create a final plan of a tiny house/whare. Include a floor plan layout that meets necessary specifications. Include your calculations of surface area and volume.
Use the activity brief to evaluate your final tiny house/whare plan. Justify its layout and include any calculations you have made. Get feedback from the grandparent or retired person you interviewed and include this in your evaluation.
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