Lesson 22 - Year 9 Economics - Unemployment in Australia


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There are 15 slides in this lesson.

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The lesson outine is below:

  • Graph work
  • Expected employment growth in industries in Australia.
  • Projected job growth statistics - Oxford Big ideas page 432-433
  • Source work - What can an employer reasonably expect from an employee? 
  • Using case study on page 431 Oxford Big Ideas choose two examples why the rights of employers need to be Skill levels, as defined by the ABS, are outlined in the Projected employment growth by skill level section.
  • Students read the Resolving your complaints – case studies from the Human rights commission-in the workbook
  • Pair work: Using 3 of the real life senarios decide if there is a case for discrimination. If you are not sure consult your text for clues.

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