You can put your financial skills to the test with the new VISA 2014 FIFA World Cup™ Brazil – the branded version of Visa’s fast-paced, multiple-choice question game. The game tests your money management skills as you advance down the field and try to score.
If you’re warmed up and ready to play, click the link below to begin.
As a teacher, you can use the study modules to help your students get ready for gameplay. Each module is structured as a comprehensive teaching tool for easy integration into your existing curriculum. Students of all ages will learn key concepts about saving, budgeting, financial goals, identity theft, and the wise use of credit in preparation for gameplay.
Pick an age level in the box at right and download the modules
Amateur: Ages 11 – 14 https://www.financialsoccer.com/modules/119/en/AMATEUR.pdf
Semi-Pro: Ages 14 – 18 https://www.financialsoccer.com/modules/119/en/SEMI-PRO.pdf
World Class: Ages 18+ https://www.financialsoccer.com/modules/119/en/WORLD-CLASS.pdf
Each module includes:
The overview provides a snapshot of the concepts to be covered. This short synopsis offers educators and students a brief look at the material to follow.
Learning Goals and Objectives:
Educators are given concise learning objectives that their students will gain a better understanding of following the completion of each module.
The majority of each module is comprised of the instruction guide, which covers concepts to teach, key terms to cover and notes on presentation. Educators may use the guides as provided or adapt them to their own teaching styles.
In this section, students and educators practice applying learned concepts through the discussion of concrete examples.
At the end of each module, students take a quiz and complete a written exercise to test their knowledge of concepts learned. The activities can both be used as a group exercise or as an individual assessment of student learning.