'Pacific Neighbours' Economics Extension activities
This teacher resource with ready-to-go student activities is designed to be used in conjunction with the original resource Pacific Neighbours: Understanding the Pacific Islands.
Teachers can elect to introduce students to economic issues of the Pacific Islands by using selected sections only of this resource or by using the whole resource if required.
Suitable for students aged 13–16, included are activities relating to economic diversity and entrepreneurship, gross national income and gross domestic product, well-being, population, migration, resource allocation, human rights, conflict resolution, environmental management, building peace and more.
Pacific Neighbours: Understanding the Pacific Islands – Economics extension activities is available for download and may be reproduced in whole or part for non commercial purposes.
The original resource Pacific Neighbours: Understanding the Pacific Islands is available for download AFSSSE website: www.afssse.asn.au. Funded by the Australian Government and produced by Curriculum Corporation (renamed Education Services Australia), the original resource may be reproduced in whole or part for non commercial purposes
Produced by Business Educators Australasia (BEA) in conjunction with the Australian Federation for Societies for Studies of Society and Environment (AFSSSE), Pacific Neighbours: Understanding the Pacific Islands – Economics extension activities is designed to support the original resource providing students with the opportunity to consider and investigate issues of an economic and citizenship nature as they relate to the Pacific Islands.