EMS grade 9 term 2 exam 2022
EMS grade 9 term 2 exam 2022: EMS is a practical subject that equips learners with entrepreneurial skills, financial knowledge and real-life skills for personal development and the development of the community. The main topics in EMS are the Economy, Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship are integrated to assist learners to become economically and financially literate.
EMS forms the foundation for the FET subjects Accounting, Business Studies, and Economics. The subject of Economic and Management Sciences deals with the efficient and effective use of different types of private, public or collective resources to satisfy people’s needs and wants. It reflects critically on the impact of resource exploitation on the environment and people. It also deals with the effective management of scarce resources to maximize profit. The purpose is to equip learners with the knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes that will enable them to adapt, participate and survive in an economically complex society.
The Learning Area also aims to promote productivity, social justice, and environmental sustainability. The EMS curriculum is divided into three topics, namely the economy, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship.
An overview of the content of this subject entails the following:
• The economic problem and the economic cycle
• Sustainable growth and development
• The business of managing money
• Entrepreneurs in business
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EMS (Economic and Management Sciences) Grade 9 Term 2 may cover various topics related to economics, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy. Here are some possible topics that may be covered:
- Economic systems: This includes topics such as the different types of economic systems (e.g. traditional, market, command, and mixed) and their advantages and disadvantages.
- Entrepreneurship: This includes topics such as the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs, identifying business opportunities, and creating a business plan.
- Accounting: This includes topics such as the accounting equation, journal entries, and preparing financial statements.
- Financial management: This includes topics such as budgeting, credit, and investment strategies.
- Economic indicators: This includes topics such as inflation, deflation, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
- Global trade: This includes topics such as trade agreements, balance of payments, and the impact of international trade on the economy.
- Ethics and social responsibility: This includes topics such as corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and the role of business in society.
How Study & Master Economic and Management Sciences Grade 9 works
Teaching and learning materials required for Economic and Management Sciences
• Each learner should have a textbook and a calculator.
• Learners should each have one Cash Journal exercise book, one
General Ledger exercise book and a normal exercise book.
• Teachers should have a textbook with a Teacher’s Guide.
Study & Master Economic and Management Sciences Grade 9 consists of a:
• Learner’s Book
• Teacher’s Guide
The Learner’s Book is divided into four terms that cover the three Economic and Management Sciences topics in the same order as they appear in the Annual Teaching Plan of the CAPS document. Thus each term in the Learner’s Book is divided as follows:
• Economic and Management Sciences topics
• Content within each topic as outlined in the CAPS document
There is a revision section at the end of each term which learners can use to revise the terms’ work in preparation for the controlled
tests at the end of Terms 1 and 3, and the mid-year and end-of-year examinations at the end of Terms 2 and 4.
Formal assessment opportunities are included in the Learner’s Book where appropriate:
Examination practice papers appear at the end of Terms 2 and 4 for the mid-year and end-of-year examinations.
• The actual end-of-year examination paper and marking memorandum appears in the Resources section of this Teacher’s Guide.
• The two controlled tests and their marking memorandums appear at the end of Terms 2 and 4 in Section 2 of this Teacher’s Guide.
The Teacher’s Guide provides information and guidance on:
• Economic and Management Sciences as a subject (Section 1)
• planning for the Grade 9 year and lesson-by-lesson guidance, including tips to cover resources, a list of new words and concepts, and preparation required prior to teaching the topic (Sections 1 and 2)
• suggested answers for all activities in the Learner’s Book (Section 2). Please note that the answers given are guidelines only.
You should encourage creative and critical thinking from learners, wherever appropriate.
• informal assessment suggestions (Section 2)
• consolidation (remedial) and extension activity suggestions (Section 2)
• controlled tests and marking memorandums (Section 2)
• A Programme of Assessment (Section 3)
• guidance on the assessment of all Formal Assessment Tasks (Section 3)
• marking memorandums for all Formal Assessment Tasks (Section 3)
• recording and reporting of formal assessment (Section 3)
• end-of-year examination paper and marking memorandum (Section 4) and the memorandums for the Learner’s Book examination practice papers (Section 2)