What problems are we helping to solve?
We listened, we heard teachers wanted:
Contemporary and engaging case studies – currency is important.
To cater for the full range of students in the Commerce classroom – the large middle band, those that need more assistance and those that thirst for more.
Topics that young people are interested in including consumer, legal and business issues – we need to nurture and fan the flames of this interest, not kill them!
How are we addressing these needs?
Perfectly aligned to the Syllabus
The series provides 100% coverage of the current Syllabus, with every single word from the curriculum explicitly covered.
Accessible for every student
Activities organised from lower to higher levels of complexity – plus challenge opportunities for those thirsting for more.
Supporting teachers to teach their way
A rich bank of teacher support material including detailed syllabus and teacher notes, additional activities, teaching and learning programs
Jacaranda's New Concepts in Commerce
Jacaranda New Concepts in Commerce is available in a print with digital or digital-only format to allow teachers to teach their class, their way.
|Jacaranda New Concepts in Commerce 3e|
|Chapter 1: Consumer choice||Chapter 9: Towards independence|
|Chapter 2: Personal finance||Chapter 10: Political involvement|
|Chapter 3: Law and society||Chapter 11: Travel|
|Chapter 4: Employment issues||Chapter 12: The law in action|
|Chapter 5: Investing||Chapter 13: Our economy|
|Chapter 6: Promoting and selling||Chapter 14: Community participation|
|Chapter 7: E-commerce||Chapter 15: Running a small business|
|Chapter 8: Global links|