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Economics

Level 2 Economics COURSE OUTLINE.  Click here for course Year Plan, Click here for online learning

                                                                                                                           *UE Literacy credits (R) = 10
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What should I have already achieved?
10 credits in NCEA Level 1 Economics or Level 1 Literacy

What will I learn?
Economics investigates how the New Zealand economy works and how people choose to use what they have in order to get what they want. Economics is part of everyday life and is an  important part of political and social debate. Understanding economic ideas will help you answer questions such as
  • why do we have to pay tax?
  • why are prices going up?
  • what is the point of government?
  • why does the exchange rate keep changing?

Students who study Economics discover the reasons behind the news headlines and are able to explain the changes that are taking place in our economy and society. Students find they are more able to participate in political debate as a result of understanding economic ideas.
How will this course be assessed?
Learning in Economics will be assessed through both internal and external achievement standards. The focus is on learning the skills that are needed to explain how our economy works and how government policies affect our economy and society.
Will there be any FAO?  (Further Assessment Opportunities)
No

Are there any Pre-requisite for level 13 Economics
10 credits in Level 2 NCEA Economics or UE Literacy


What are the course costs? $26.00 for workbooks. $17.00 for revision books.