Level 1 The New Zealand Economy (SOS105)

SOS105
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: L. Davies

If you’ve ever wondered why things in the New Zealand economy happen – this is the course for you!  This Social Science course provides tools to understand how the New Zealand economy works, why producers supply what they supply and why governments intervene in the economy.  

Students have the opportunity to attempt up to 16 credits from this course using economics achievement standards.How Bitcoin Valuation Depends on the Law of Demand and Supply



Pathway

Level 2 Accounting & Business Enterprise (SOS204), Level 2 Macroeconomics: The Big Issues (SOS205)

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

2B8 exercise book, workbook (approx. $25)


Recommended Prior Learning

Open Entry


Credit Information
Assessment
Level
Internal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
A.S. 90984 v3 Economics 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of decisions a producer makes about production
Assessments:
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1
I
5
Y
A.S. 90985 v3 Economics 1.3 - Demonstrate understanding of producer choices using supply
1
E
3
Y
A.S. 90986 v3 Economics 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of how consumer, producer and/or government choices affect society, using market equilibrium
1
E
5
Y
A.S. 90988 v3 Economics 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of sectors of the New Zealand economy
Assessments:
Term: , Week:
Term: , Week:
1
I
3
Y
Total Credits

Total Credits Available: 16 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 8 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 8 credits.

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