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  • HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS GRADE 9 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

    1

    NO. OF SESSIONS

    GRADE 9 (HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS)

    ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVE (based on Assessment Criteria)

    LEARNER PROFILE/ ATTITUDES

    ATL SKILLS/ SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS

    INTERDISCIPLINARY

    10

    TOPIC:Chapter1 The Economic Problem AOI-Human ingenuity SIGNIFICANT CONCEPT- Identify and develop a concern for human and environmental well being.. CONTENT 1. What is economic

    problem? 2. Opportunity cost: the

    cost of choice. 3. What is economics for? 4. Choice: a conflict of

    interests. MYP UNIT QUESTION-How does scarcity and choice create the basic economic problem?

    CRITERIA A. Knowledge and Understanding

    CRITERIA C. Thinking critically CRITERIA D. Communicating

    Students should be able to- CRITERIA A Use humanities

    terminology in

    context

    Demonstrate

    knowledge and

    understanding of

    subject specific

    content and

    concepts through

    developed

    descriptions,

    explanations and

    examples.

    CRITERIA C

    analyse concepts, events, issues, models and arguments analyse and evaluate a range of sources in terms of origin and purpose, recognizing

    LEARNER PROFILE Communicator Thinker Open-Minded Risk Taker Balanced Principled Knowledgeable Inquirer Reflective

    Attitude Appreciation.

    Commitment

    Confidence

    Creativity

    Curiosity

    Integrity

    Interdependence

    Respect

    Tolerance.

    FOCUS ON Organization Communication Collaboration Information literacy Reflective Thinking Transfer

    SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS Technical skills Analytical skills Organization and presentation skills

    English Technology Business studies

  • HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS GRADE 9 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    values and limitations interpret different perspectives and their implications synthesize information in order to make valid, well-supported arguments. CRITERIA D communicate information and ideas using an appropriate style for the audience and purpose structure information and ideas in a way that is appropriate to the specified format document sources of information using a recognized convention.

  • HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS GRADE 9 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    NO. OF SESSIONS

    GRADE 9 (HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS)

    ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVE (based on Assessment Criteria)

    LEARNER PROFILE/ ATTITUDES

    ATL SKILLS/ SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS

    INTERDISCIPLINARY

    8 TOPIC- Specialization and Exchange AOI-Environment SIGNIFICANT CONCEPT-understand the interactions and interdependence of individuals, societies and environments in different contexts. CONTENT What is an economy? Production, consumption and exchange. Resources: the factors of production. What do resources produce? Specialization The division of labour. Why do we need money? The functions of money. The characteristics of good money. MYP UNIT QUESTION: What are the factors of Production and how they help in production, consumption and exchange?

    CRITERIA A. Knowledge and understanding CRITERIA B. Investigating CRITERIA C. Thinking critically CRITERIA D. Communicating

    Students should be able to- (CRITERIA A) Use humanities

    terminology in

    context

    Demonstrate

    knowledge and

    understanding of

    subject specific

    content and

    concepts through

    developed

    descriptions,

    explanations and

    examples.

    (CRITERIA B) formulate a clear and focused research question formulate and follow an action plan to investigate a research question use methods accurately to collect and record

    LEARNER PROFILE Thinker Open-Minded Balanced Principled Knowledgeable Inquirer Reflective Attitude

    Appreciation.

    Commitment

    Confidence

    Creativity

    Curiosity

    Integrity

    Respect

    Tolerance.

    FOCUS ON Organization Communication Collaboration Information literacy Reflective Thinking Transfer

    SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS Technical skills Analytical skills Decision making skills Investigative skills Organization and presentation skills

    English Technology Business studies

  • HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS GRADE 9 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    information consistent with the research question effectively address the research question. (CRITERIA C) analyze concepts, events, issues, models and arguments analyze and evaluate a range of sources in terms of origin and purpose, recognizing values and limitations interpret different perspectives and their implications synthesize information in order to make valid, well-supported arguments. (CRITERIA D) communicate information and

  • HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS GRADE 9 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    ideas using an appropriate style for the audience and purpose structure information and ideas in a way that is appropriate to the specified format document sources of information using a recognized convention.

    NO. OF SESSIONS

    GRADE 9 (HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS)

    ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVE (based on Assessment Criteria)

    LEARNER PROFILE/ ATTITUDES

    ATL SKILLS/ SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS

    INTERDISCIPLINARY

    10 TOPIC- Economic Systems AOI- Environment SIGNIFICANT CONCEPT-Understand how both environmental and human systems operate and evolve over time. CONTENT: Coping with scarcity. What, how and for whom to produce. The market economic system,

    CRITERIA A. Knowledge and understanding CRITERIA B. Investigating CRITERIA C. Thinking critically CRITERIA D. Communicating

    Students should be able to- (CRITERIA A) Use humanities terminology in

    context Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of subject specific content and concepts through developed

    LEARNER PROFILE Communicator Thinker Open-Minded Risk Taker Balanced Principled Knowledgeable Inquirer Reflective ATTITUDE

    Appreciation.

    FOCUS ON Organization Communication Collaboration Information literacy Reflective Thinking Transfer

    SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS Technical skills Analytical skills Decision making

    Humanities, Science English Technology Business studies

  • HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS GRADE 9 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    Planned economies, The mixed economic system MYP UNIT QUESTION- What, how and for whom to produce?

    descriptions, explanations and examples.

    CRITERIA B formulate a clear and focused research question formulate and follow an action plan to investigate a research question use methods accurately to collect and record information consistent with the research question effectively address the research question. CRITERIA C analyse concepts, events, issues, models and arguments analyse and evaluate a range of sources in terms of origin and purpose, recognizing values and

    Commitment

    Confidence

    Creativity

    Curiosity

    Enthusiasm

    Integrity

    Respect

    skills Investigative skills

  • HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS GRADE 9 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    limitations interpret different perspectives and their implications synthesize information in order to make valid, well-supported arguments. CRITERIA D communicate information and ideas using an appropriate style for the audience and purpose structure information and ideas in a way that is appropriate to the specified format document sources of information using a recognized convention.

    NO. OF SESSIONS

    GRADE 9 (HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS)

    ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVE (based on Assessment Criteria)

    LEARNER PROFILE/ ATTITUDES

    ATL SKILLS/ SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS

    INTERDISCIPLINARY

    10 TOPIC- Types of Business CRITERIA A. Knowledge and

    Students should LEARNER PROFILE

    FOCUS ON Organization

    English

  • HUMANITIES-ECONOMICS GRADE 9 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    Organization AOI- Human Ingenuity SIGNIFICANT CONCEPT- Mixed economy and the allocation of resources. To act upon opportunities to be a responsible global citizen. CONTENT: Why are there different types of business organization? Types of firm, the sole trader, Partnership, Joint stock companies, Co-operatives, Multinationals, Public sector organizations. MYP UNIT QUESTION- What are the various types of business organizations and their impact on the economy.

    understanding CRITERIA B. Investigating CRITERIA C. Thinking critically CRITERIA D. Communicating

    be able to- (CRITERIA A) Use humanities

    terminology in

    context

    Demonstrate

    knowledge and

    understanding of

    subject specific

    content and

    concepts through

    developed

    descriptions,

    explanations and

    examples.

    (CRITERIA B) formulate a clear and focused research question formulate and follow an action plan to investigate a research question use methods accurately to collect and record information consistent with the research question effectively

    Commun

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