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Making Sense of Money - Teaching and Learning Financial Literacy

UFR Code: 661
The aim of this resource is to help students develop basic financial literacy skills. Topics include: how money came about; building your own ‘money profile’; planning and budgeting; sources of income; saving and sharing; money values; and, suggestions for a money project to present to the class. Activities include: values exercises, class discussions, understanding and drawing diagrams and graphs, chart work, field and project work, short-answer questions, and more. Answers are provided for self, peer or teacher assessment. Contains 50 photocopiable pages.

Making Sense of Money - Teaching and Learning Financial Literacy

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UFR Code 661
Number of Pages 52
Author John Brundall
ISBN 978-1-86968-575-1
Year Published 2009
Age Age 10–12, Age 12–14
Keyword dollars cents, economics

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