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FINANCIAL LITERACY

COURSE DESCRIPTION Financial literacy means having the knowledge, skills, and confidence make responsilbe financial decisions throughout your life- from how to spend your salary- to saving for school, travel or a home- to ultimately retire in comfort. Financial literacy is the ability to understand how money works in the world and directly relates to knowledge […]

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Financial literacy means having the knowledge, skills, and confidence make responsilbe financial decisions throughout your life- from how to spend your salary- to saving for school, travel or a home- to ultimately retire in comfort. Financial literacy is the ability to understand how money works in the world and directly relates to knowledge and financial behavoiur of a person.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

Learning how to manage your finances when you are young helps to become independent and gives you the building block to get the most out of life.

if you’re a youth looking for some money basics, this is a great place to start. This will make you think about finances differently and be able to make better financial decisions.

MODULE 1

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YOUR MONEY DECISIONS: WHO IS INCONTROL
Most people make decisions about how to use money every day. It may be to take a bus, or to buy lunch or to go to movie or …. like it or not, we need money to get and to do a lot of things. Try and think of the last day when you didn’t spend money or make a decision about how to use money- either you or someone else’s. you probably make many such decisions involving money and you have choices. But what things influences the decisions that you make?
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MODULE 1 QUIZ
4 questions
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MODULE 2

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DISCOVER VALUES AND GOALS
By the end of this chapter, you will be able to: • Define core values and identify your own personal core values. • Identify the benefits and rewards of setting goals. • Identify short-term, mid-term and long-term goals. • Apply the SMART goal model to your goals. • Brainstorm long-term, mid-term and short-term goals to create a Personal Action Plan.
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MODULE 2 QUIZ
3 questions
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MODULE 3

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DECISION MAKING
The objective of this course is to help understand steps for effective decision making. How do you define the problem? How you define the problem makes a big difference on how you try to fix the problem. Think about: is there a problem or decision in your life now that you are trying to deal with? if so, how would you define the problem or challenge that you are facing?
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MODULE 3 QUIZ
3 questions
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MODULE 4

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MONEY BASICS
2 WEEKS
Using money wisely is a skill – and a skill that will usually pay off. Any skill, like being a plumber, a mechanic, a doctor, or a dentist requires learning- what’s important to know, how things work, how do the work, what can go wrong, and what to do in certain circumstances. That’s the case with the money too. There are things to learn about money that can help you take better control, make better decisions, and have a better chance of achieving your goals. To help you take better control of money in your life, let’s cover a few of the “basics”. These can help build your basic understanding as you get more and more involved with money and money decisions.
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MODULE 4 QUIZ
5 questions
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MODULE 5

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TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR MONEY
2 WEEKS
Let’s assume you have found one or more ways to get money. You have an income coming in. you have money decisions to make. What are you going to do with your money? How are you going to manage it?
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MODULE 6 QUIZ
7 questions
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