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1 SECONDARY SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME (SSIP) 2015 GRADE 12 SUBJECT: BUSINESS STUDIES TEACHER NOTES (PAGE 1 OF 6) © Gauteng Department of Education 2 SESSION NO: 9 TOPIC: Investments and Securities By the end of this session, learners should be able to: 1. Discuss types of investments, e.g. business investments, types of shares, unit trust and government retail bonds 2. Discuss returns, e.g. dividends and interest. 3. Calculations (interests, etc.) 4. Differentiate between compound interest and simple interest. Resources Required: 1. Student Notes 2. Answer Sheets (Lined Paper) 3. Chalk Board OR Flip Chart Lesson Plan Overview: 1. Introduction to the topics -10 Minutes 2. Explain the Content in Section B – 40 Minutes 3. Do the Calculations for the Questions in Section A with the Learners – 20 Minutes 4. Discuss Homework in Section C – 10 Minutes SESSION NO: 10 TOPIC: Insurance By the end of this session, learners should be able: 1. Identify and Discuss Compulsory and non-compulsory insurance contracts 2. Explain life insurance and retirement annuities 3. Discuss the Insurance of goods (compulsory and non-compulsory) 4. Show calculation of under-insurance. 5. Explain Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) and 6. Explain Road Accident Fund (RAF) Resources Required: 1. Student Notes 2. Answer Sheets (Lined Paper) 3. Chalk Board OR Flip Chart Lesson Plan Overview: 1. Introduction to the topics -10 Minutes 2. Explain the Content in Section B – 40 Minutes 3. Explain and Discuss the Questing in Section A 4. Discuss Homework in Section C – 10 Minutes © Gauteng Department of Education 3 SESSION NO: 11 TOPIC: Forms of Ownership By the end of this session, learners should be able: 1. Discuss important issues to consider within each form of ownership: • Capacity determines the ability/potential of management to start the business in the planned form and its influence on business success/failure. • Explain the composition of each form of ownership and the influence of thereof on the life span (continuity) of the business and its influence on business success/failure. • Each form of ownership and the different tax requirements should be well understood to determine the impact of taxation of the different forms of ownership on business success/failure. • Management: Analyse the impact of ownership of each form of ownership on management functions. • Capital: Understand/Evaluate/Compare the different sources of capital for the different forms of ownership and their impact on business success/failure. 2. Explain/Discuss/Compare how the division of profits of the different forms of ownership influences business success/failure. 3. Discuss how legislation/legal requirements of each form of ownership can impact on business success or failure. 4. Evaluate the impact of the different forms of ownership on business success/failure. Resources Required: 1. Student Notes 2. Answer Sheets (Lined Paper) 3. Chalk Board OR Flip Chart Lesson Plan Overview: 1. Introduction to the topics -10 Minutes 2. Explain the Content in Section B – 40 Minutes 3. Explain and Discuss the Questing in Section A 4. Discuss Homework in Section C – 10 Minutes © Gauteng Department of Education 4 SESSION NO: 12 TOPIC: Business Presentations By the end of this session, learners should be able: 1. Present business information (verbally and nonverbally) in a professional manner. 2. Present/Interpret/Evaluate business information in a verbal/non-verbal formal manner. Verbal presentation includes written reports, scenarios and case studies or any other written information. Non-verbal presentation includes a variety of types of graphs, e.g. line, pie, bar charts etc, and other non-verbal types of information ,e.g. pictures and photographs. 3. Discuss/Outline the criteria for logical and effective presentations. 4. Plan and use visual aids, including multimedia presentations to process and style presentations. 5. Explain advantages/disadvantages of visual aids in both verbal and non- verbal format. 6. Explain how to respond to questions about work and presentations in a non- aggressive and professional manner Resources Required: 1. Student Notes 2. Answer Sheets (Lined Paper) 3. Chalk Board OR Flip Chart Lesson Plan Overview: 1. Introduction to the topics -10 Minutes 2. Explain t

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