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DISCLAIMER: These courses are based on the Western Australian Curriculum but many of the course concepts and topics should apply to ATAR courses in other States and Territories.
Course Outline for Economics Unit 3:
This Economics Unit 3 course is designed to cover all the core concepts and syllabus points for the Economics Unit 3 syllabus ‘Australia and the Global Economy’, and what might be presented in an Economics examination. For each of the main focus areas, a PDF of the guided presentation is provided, with each presentation containing all of the most up-to-date syllabus points, recent economic data as of 2020, tips and examples of past exam questions and their respective marking keys.
In addition to the guided presentations covering course content, a presentation on ‘how to write an extended answer in Economics’ has also been included, which provides lots of helpful tips and examiner insights that will help you improve your exam preparation.
Access this course to give yourself the best chance of extending your knowledge and applying that knowledge to improve your Economics Exam performance.
The videos in this course will follow the textbook: Investigating Macroeconomics (5th Edition) by Greg Parry and Steven Kemp and will cover the following topics:
Chapter 1: Global Interdependence
Chapter 2: Free Trade and Protection
Chapter 3: Australia’s Pattern of Trade
Chapter 4: The Balance of Payments
Chapter 5: Terms of Trade
Chapter 6: Exchange Rates
Chapter 7: Foreign Investment.
- Lectures 26
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level Year 12
- Language English
- Students 51
- Assessments Yes
Economics Year 12 - Unit 31
Free Trade and Protection8
Pattern of Trade1
The Balance of Payments2
Terms of Trade2
Extended Answer Writing1
James Silver has been teaching the ATAR Economics course for over 6 years in a range of schools in WA. He has presented exam revision courses in schools across the state and has also tutored many Year 11 and 12 ATAR students in Economics, with a proven track record of helping students achieve their potential. James has a passion for Economics and is committed to supporting students to achieve at their highest level. James has extensive content knowledge and explains complex course concepts in simple, clear and concise ways with a focus on linking theoretical components of the Economics course, which can often be confusing, to relevant current affairs and the real-life situations that are examined at ATAR level. He is a captivating and eloquent speaker, pitching this course in an easy-to-follow and engaging manner. If you’re interested in following James' lecture series please take this Economics ATAR course.