Business & Finance Unit – Financial Education

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Business & Finance Ks3 Unit – Financial Education

Description

Business & Finance Ks3 Unit – Financial Education Provision.

This premium professionally designed finance Unit has been created for the new Cre8tive Curriculum financial education offer. ( Elements matched to the PSHE Association, Citizenship NC, CDI framework and Gatsby Benchmark 4)

This unit could be taught as a serious of 1 Hour+ Lessons or during tutor time over a term as part of your schools personal development offer.

Contents = 1 Finance Unit 

  • 7 Lesson Packs (See below for Contents)
  • 7 Mindfulness Extension activities
  • 1 x Student Work Booklet
  • 1 x Student Assessment for the Unit
  • 1 x Quiz – Teams
  • 1 x Mapping Document (For Ofsted + HOD’s)

Lesson Topics

Understanding Credit Scores
Decisions and Accountability
Being Ambitious With My Career
What is the Economy?
Young Entrepreneurs Around the World
Setting up a Business
Businesses and Profits

 

 

Each Lesson Pack Contains:

• 1 Fully Editable PowerPoint (Learning Outcomes, Confidence Checkers, Assessment of Learning, Variety of Tasks, Video Embedded URL Clips, Engaging Premium Quality Slides, Extra Support Websites, Challenging & Thoughtful Questioning)
• Student Activities
• Mindfulness Extension Activities
• Assessment Opportunity (Confidence Checker)
• Teacher Notes (On some slides)
• Mapped against Latest DfE Guidance, PSHE Association Core themes and Requirements and the Gatsby Benchmarks in Careers Education

 

Sample Learning outcomes for this unit include:

To be able to explain what a credit score is.  To understand what can impact your credit score.  To understand the importance of having a good credit score.
To understand what factors can make it difficult to make decisions.  To be able to explain what taking accountability means. To give examples of different strategies you can use to make decisions.
To define ambition and being ambitious.  To understand the links between, ambition and success.  To evaluate how our short-term ambitions affect our long-term ones.
To understand what private and public sectors are.  To explain the differences between the private and public sectors.  To understand how both sectors work in the economy.
To understand what a young entrepreneur is.  To consider why someone might want to start their own business.   To understand the difference between working for an employer and for yourself.
To be able to explain the five key steps of setting up a business.  To consider why people start businesses.  To understand the ongoing elements of running a business.
To explore the different types of motivators for a business.  To understand why businesses NEED to make a profit.  To understand why businesses WANT to make a profit.

 

 

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To view the full Financial Education Curriculum take a look here 

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**We offer full teaching curriculum for the following subjects;**
[PSHE] [Careers] , [Sixth Form Personal Development ] on our Cre8tive Resources website.

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