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Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 Second Term Economics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 Second Term Economics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


SS1 Second Term Economics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work:


Week 1: Introduction to Macroeconomics

Lesson Note: Distinction between Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, key macroeconomic indicators.

Activities: Group discussion on the importance of macroeconomics, analysis of economic indicators.

Week 2: Unemployment

Lesson Note: Types of unemployment, causes, and consequences.

Activities: Role-play scenarios depicting different types of unemployment, discussion on potential solutions.

Week 3: Government and the Economy

Lesson Note: Government’s role in the economy, fiscal policy, and its tools.

Activities: Simulation of a government budget allocation, class debate on fiscal policy.

Week 4: Money and Monetary Policy

Lesson Note: Central bank functions, monetary policy tools, and their impact.

Activities: Analysis of a country’s recent monetary policy changes, group presentations.

Week 5: Economic Growth

Lesson Note: Factors influencing economic growth, measuring economic growth.

Activities: Case studies on countries experiencing rapid economic growth, discussions on challenges.

Week 6: Globalization

Lesson Note: Definition, advantages, and challenges of globalization.

Activities: Research and presentations on the impact of globalization on different countries.

Week 7: Balance of Payments

Lesson Note: Components of the balance of payments, causes of trade deficits/surpluses.

Activities: Group analysis of a country’s recent balance of payments data, discussions.

Week 8: Exchange Rates

Lesson Note: Determinants of exchange rates, types of exchange rate systems.

Activities: Currency exchange simulation, discussions on the impact of exchange rate changes.

Week 9: Economic Policies in Developing Countries

Lesson Note: Specific economic policies for developing countries, challenges.

Activities: Group projects on proposing economic policies for a fictional developing country.

Week 10: Environmental Economics

Lesson Note: Relationship between economics and the environment, sustainable development.

Activities: Group discussions on environmentally friendly economic practices, case studies.

Week 11: Revision Week

Lesson Note: Comprehensive review of all topics covered.

Activities: Practice tests, group discussions, and Q&A sessions.

Week 12: Examination Week

Lesson Note: Final examination covering all topics.

Activities: Conducting and invigilating examinations.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

Lesson Note: Recap of the term, feedback session.

Activities: Reflection on the term, setting goals for the next term, and farewell.

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