Economics and business / Year 8 / Economics and Business Skills / Communication and reflection

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Curriculum content descriptions

Present evidence-based conclusions using economics and business language and concepts in a range of appropriate formats, and reflect on the consequences of alternative actions (ACHES037)

Elaborations
  • constructing appropriate displays of information and data to show trends and relationships (for example, preparing a data show which includes visual displays including graphs and charts as well as text to present findings and conclusions)
  • developing different presentations for different audiences such as peers, businesses or the public, and for different purposes (for example, to persuade or inform)
  • using economics and business terms and concepts such as interdependence, market economy, market system, price setting, outsourcing, business ownership, rights and responsibilities
  • discussing and reflecting on the consequences of a proposed action, and those of the alternative actions
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Ethical understanding Ethical understanding
ScOT terms

Data representation,  Causality,  Opportunity costs

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