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Picture This! Financial Curriculum for Adults with Limited Literacy
Source: Institute for Social and Economic Development | Type: Lesson

This is the introduction and the first lesson in a curriculum book written for refugees and populations in the U.S. with limited literacy skills. These materials would also be excellent for students or adults who are not as familiar as they would like to be about the U.S. economic system. It was developed by ISED Solutions to assist refugee resettlement agencies offer financial empowerment training to newly arrived refugees with limited literacy skills in reading, writing, and basic math. The lesson emphasizes experiential learning through visual aids, pictorial stories, life skills and concrete examples. It includes practical tools refugees will need to successfully manage their money in the U.S. and improve their financial self-sufficiency through budgeting, banking, savings and using credit wisely. The first lesson is an introduction to money, including a discussion of opinions about money, learning the components of the money of the U.S., and learning how to manage money and expenses in everyday life.




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