Student weekly schedule

Start your financial capability journey by using one of our student weekly planners.
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To help you teach financial capability, we suggest downloading and adapting the student weekly learning schedule below.

It includes a template that allows you to build a Sorted in Schools weekly programme using the resources and two cross curricular example schedules for a two to three week teaching block.

Example of a year 9-10 student learning schedule: Financial Identity

This example has come from the Financial Identity English, social sciences and maths resources.

NEED IT / KNOW IT

LINK IT / THINK IT

EXTEND IT / DEFEND IT

Activate prior knowledge. This is the starting point for new learning about your financial identity .

Link your ideas and make connections to build new knowledge and understandings about your financial identity . Learn about the perspectives and insights of others.

Extend your learning by applying it to new contexts. Find evidence, validate sources, and summarise your thinking.  Present your findings to clarify your financial identity .

When selecting a multistructural learning experience a suggested time to complete would be approximately 15-20 minutes:

+ reading time if an article is included

+ viewing time if video is included

When selecting a relational learning experience a suggested

time to complete would be approximately 30-40 minutes:

+ reading time if an article is included

+ viewing time if video is included

When selecting an extended abstract learning experience a suggested time to complete would be approximately 45-90 minutes:

+ reading time if an article is included

+ viewing time if video is included

+ home learning depending on the complexity of the task and outcome you have chosen.

WEEK 1

Define financial identity . What are your values , attitudes, behaviours, and skills regarding money?

 

View the video Culture Is a Beautiful Thing. Discuss Tala’s responses to her memories about money and her views about family values .

WEEK 1

Explain the factors that might have influenced your values , attitudes, behaviours and skills regarding money.

 

View the video, Pacific Voices: Family Is Everything and compare Lisa and her mum’s views about money with your family’s views.

WEEK 1

Create a podcast or video of a person from a culture different to yours and interview them to explore their financial values .

WEEK 2

Describe your money personality . How do you react to sales and advertising? Do you have any strategies you use before you buy something? Are you an impulse buyer?

 

Take the $orted Money Personality test. 

 

Describe the money personalities of the people in your home. Have them take the $orted Money Personality test. Did you accurately predict their money personalities? 

WEEK 2

Interview a person from another generation. Prepare five questions about their perspectives on money.  Record and transcribe your interview.

WEEK 2 

Keep a spending diary for one month. Analyse your weekly spends. Enter your data onto SurveyMonkey. Can you see any areas for goal setting or possible savings ?

Justify your decisions and show evidence that you can undertake a plan of goal setting or saving for an agreed period.

 

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