Curriculum

Electives

Personal Financial Literacy

Offered to Grades 7-12
0.5 Credit (Semester or Summer Term)

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Your students can learn practical money management skills and financial responsibility with this personal financial literacy course. Designed specifically for Christian high school students, Ignitia Personal Financial Literacy is a semester-long course that addresses the advantages of making sound financial decisions in both the long and short-term. As with all Ignitia courses, course curriculum is written from a Bible-based perspective. Lessons cover everyday life skills like budgeting in addition to money management, saving, and investing, consumer rights and responsibilities. Interactive games and multimedia-rich activities help engage students and aid in retention of key concepts.

Young people today have constant exposure to persuasive media that can influence their financial patterns and habits. As part of this practical course, students will learn to evaluate these messages with a Christian worldview and find reliable information that will help them make sound decisions. Ignitia Personal Financial Literacy includes interactive and timesaving messaging, grading, and assessment tools to facilitate teaching and learning. On completion of this course, students will be able to develop a money management system tied to personal financial goals, to understand consumer rights and responsibilities from a monetary perspective, and to evaluate financial information. Help your Christian school students become better prepared as global consumers by completing this engaging and interactive elective.