Teaching resources for Secondary schools
MoneySmart Teaching offers quality resources for secondary
teachers that are aligned to the Australian curriculum.
Our units of work and teacher guides give educators lesson plans
that they can take directly into the classroom. Our digital
activities help students to learn real life skills like mobile
phone security and buying your first car.
Note: Downloadable files on this page are under 2MB
unless stated otherwise.
Featured resource: Year 9 students get job ready
Our Year 9 Mathematics unit of work How can we
obtain more money? encourages students to:
- explore different ways of earning money
- consider different ways of getting paid
- look at how to go about getting a job
- think about what to do with the money earned.
The digital activities First job and Savvy
solutions to consuming questions can also be used to raise
student awareness of decisions associated with earning money and
getting a job.
Note: The Teacher guide references the
National Consumer and Financial Literacy Framework.
Units of work
Refer to Australian Curriculum Links section below for
updated mapping of all units of work to Australian Curriculum V8.3
by Content descriptor, Achievement standard and Learning
Featured resource : Smart consumers 4 a smart
consumers 4 a smart future teaches students about
being responsible consumers using a range of real life issues
The resource features online units of work
in Mathematics, English, and Science, all with a
sustainability and consumer and financial literacy focus for Years
9 & 10.
Australian Curriculum links
Digital activities - Year 7 - Year
Digital activities - Year 9 and
Last updated: 03 Mar 2017