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Commerce.dot.com Concepts and Skills 3rd Edition Student Book

by: Grant Kleeman, Rod Lane, Judy Adnum, David Hamper

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Retail Price: $71.95

Publisher: ,22.08.13

Category: ECONOMICS Level:

ISBN: 0170251586
ISBN13: 9780170251587

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Commerce.dot.com has been fully revised and updated, while retaining its original features that proved so popular. It incorporates the four core topics of the NSW Commerce syllabus: consumer choice, personal finance, law and society, and employment issues, while providing plenty of examples to consolidate student understanding.

Knowledge, understanding and skills are developed using a variety of resources, from conventional to ICT-based activities. The text and associated activities encourage students to achieve a level of financial literacy necessary to operate effectively in a commercial environment. Values and attitudes are also explored to assist students in making considered decisions about present and future financial matters.

The printed book is also available as a digital NelsonNetbook. The NelsonNetbook is free to schools who adopt (booklist) the series, or it can be purchased separately.

Year Level: 09 and 10

Discipline: Business | Series: Commerce.dot.com | Subject: Commerce

1 Consumer choice
2 Personal finance
3 Law and society
4 Employment issues
5 Investing
6 Promoting and selling
7 E-commerce
8 Global links
9 Toward independence
10 Political involvement
11 Travel
12 Law in action
13 Our economy
14 Community participation
15 Running a business
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- Focus statements and questions provide a scaffold for specific chapter outcomes and encourage student thinking about key issues
- Real-life case studies support the clear explanatory text
- Activities consolidate and extend understanding of the text
- Info.com technology boxes link ICT skills directly with course content
- Key terms are listed and defined to encourage development of Commerce-specific literacy
- Relevant websites are referenced throughout the text, and summarised at the end of the book. These are presented as active hotlinks in the NelsonNetBook
- Homework book and teacher's homework book are also available, providing additional activities and extension material to complement the text