Economics - Internal Assessment Evidence Gathering Templates

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The purpose of the Internal Assessment Evidence Gathering template is to help teachers to identify evidence of student achievement for internally assessed standards that they have seen or heard within the teaching and learning programme. These templates do not signal a reduction in what is accepted for each grade, but rather a means of summarising evidence for reporting of achievement when more formal assessment has not been possible.

These templates must be viewed in conjunction with the assessment advice forwarded to schools to ensure that valid, credible and reliable assessment has occurred before the standard is awarded. This assessment advice is published here.

Level 1

  • AS90984 (PDF, 139KB) - Demonstrate understanding of decisions a producer makes about production (1.2)
  • AS90987 (PDF, 138KB) - Demonstrate understanding of a government choice where affected groups have different viewpoints (1.5)
  • AS90988 (PDF, 126KB) - Demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of sectors of the New Zealand economy (1.6)

Level 2

  • AS91225 (PDF, 98KB) - Analyse unemployment using economic concepts and models (2.4)
  • AS91226 (PDF, 100KB) - Analyse statistical data relating to two contemporary economic issues (2.5)
  • AS91227 (PDF, 78KB) - Analyse how government policies and contemporary economic issues interact (2.6)
  • AS91228 (PDF, 98KB) - Analyse a contemporary economic issue of special interest using economic concepts and models (2.7)

Level 3

  • AS91399 (PDF, 123KB) - Demonstrate understanding of the efficiency of market equilibrium
  • AS91400 (PDF, 124KB) - Demonstrate understanding of the efficiency of different market structures using marginal analysis
  • AS91403 (PDF, 124KB) - Demonstrate understanding of macro-economic influences on the New Zealand economy
  • AS91401 (PDF, 139KB) - Demonstrate understanding of micro-economic concepts (3.3)
  • AS91402 (PDF, 33KB) - Demonstrate understanding of government interventions where the market fails to deliver efficient or equitable outcomes (3.4)
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