The purpose of this Economics and Business unit is to explore the ways individuals, families, the community, businesses and governments make decisions in relation to the allocation of resources. It aims to enable students to understand the process of economic and business decision-making and its effects on themselves and others, now and in the future.
The study of economics and business develops the knowledge, understanding and skills that will inform students about the economy and encourage them to participate in and contribute to it. The curriculum examines those aspects of economics and business that underpin decision-making at personal, local, national, regional and global levels. The civics component of the unit examines government and democracy, laws and citizenship and diversity and identity.
This unit aims to introduce the four VCE disciplines of Accounting, Business Management, Economics and Legal Studies.
- Comparative Report – Australia vs An Asian Nation
- Economics unit test
- Accounting unit test
- End of unit examination
VCE studies in Accounting, Business Management and Legal Studies.
In Year 10 Geography we explore Environmental Change and Management with a particular focus on forests. We consider different perspectives on the ways forests are used and valued.
We undertake fieldwork in the Victorian Central Highlands, visiting a national park and a tourism site such as The Yarra Valley Chocolaterie. In the other unit for Year 10, we investigate Geographies of Wellbeing, learning about different ways of measuring human wellbeing and studying a variety of wellbeing issues in Australia and around the world.
We describe and analyse maps and data, and develop skills in explaining causes, impacts and responses to natural and human events occurring in our world.
- Fieldwork report
- Case study tasks
- End of semester examination
Studying Geography in Year 10 supports your learning across a wide range of subjects. It could also benefit you in accelerating to Units 3 + 4 VCE Geography or Global Politics in Year 11.