This Year 5 Business and Economics assessment task is the perfect conclusion to your HASS unit.
Planning and marking projects can be time-consuming but you don’t need to worry because everything you need is right here!
This project planner provides for differentiation in your assessment task by allowing students to create a project and presentation for the class Economics Expo using their individual strengths and talents. While students are able to create individual presentations they all have the same objective – to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the following economic inquiry questions:
- Why do I have to make choices as a consumer? (ACHASSK119)
- What influences the decisions I make? (ACHASSK120)
- What can I do to make informed decisions? (ACHASSK121)
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23 page student project planner booklet consisting of
♦ Project brief
♦ Ideas for differentiation
♦ Group work discussion points
♦ Brainstorming page “What I already know and what I’d like to know”
♦ Assessment rubric and explanation for students
♦ Lined pages for student research
♦ Using reliable internet sources and keywords recording sheets
♦ Diagram and materials page
♦ Group work roles and responsibilities
♦ Self-reflection and evaluation
♦ Expo Gallery to glue photos in
♦ Invitation/poster in two versions – one that can be coloured-in or a colour version to print and go!
Looking for Australian Curriculum Content? We’ve got you covered!
- ACHASSK119 – explaining reasons for differences in needs and wants for different groups
- ACHASSK120 – types of resources (natural, human, capital) and the ways societies use them to satisfy the needs and wants of present and future generations
- ACHASSK121 – explore the strategies that can be used when making consumer and financial decisions
- ACHASSI105 – Present ideas, findings, viewpoints and conclusions in a range of texts and modes that incorporate source materials, digital and non-digital representations and discipline-specific terms and convention