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22 March 2011

Lesson Plan Economics X Grade Cambridge Adobted



LESSON PLAN 1

ECONOMICS X CAMBRIDGE
SYLLABUS ADOPTED


AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
NIP:196708071991031006

SMA N 2 DEPOK
2010/2011
2010

Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
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LESSON PLAN 1

                                                    School                       :   SMA Negeri 2 Depok
                                                         Subject                       :   Economics
                                                         Grade / Semester       :    X/ 1
                                                         Year                            :   2009/2010

Competence Standard   :    
1. Understanding the basic economic problem, connected with need, scarcity and economic system


Basic Competence             :  
1.1.   Identify needs and wants
1.2.   Describe ( Scarcity) limited recourses and unlimited needs and. wants ( homo  economicus)
1.3.   Identify basic economic problems such as what to produce ?, how to produce ?, for whom to produce ?
1.4.   Identify opportunity lost to worker if produce in another production sector
·         Basic economic problem: choice and the allocation of resources
1.5.  Identify economic systems  to to solve economic problems 
1.6.  The allocation of resources: how the market works; market failure

Indicator                           :
1.1.1 Describe needs        
1.1.2 Identify types of needs
1.2.1  Describe scarcity
1.2.2  Identify causes scarcity
1.2.3. Recourses allocations which can make benefit to people which can make benefit to people
1.3.1. Identify, what to produce ? how to produce ? for whom to produce ?
1.4.1 . Describe opportunity cost
1.4.2.  Make an opportunity examples in occasion to produce in another production
·           evaluate the implications of particular courses of action in terms of opportunity cost
1.5.1. Describe economic system
1.5.2. Identify economic system to solve economic problem (production, distribution, consumption)
1.6.1. demonstrate the usefulness of price elasticity in particular situations such as revenue changes, consumer expenditure;
1.6.2. describe the concept of market failure and explain the reasons for its occurrence;
1.6.3. evaluate the merits of the market system
1.6.4. define private and social costs  

Time Allocation                 :   10 X 45 minute 

A.        Aim                    :

Develop candidates’ knowledge and understanding of economic terminology and principles, and elementary economic theory;
           
B.        Topics              :
Needs and wants
1.1.2.Understanding needs
1.1.2Types of needs
Limited recourses and unlimited needs and wants
1.2.1.Define scarcity
1.2.2.Causes factors of scarcity
1.2.3.Recourses allocations

Basic economic problems
1.3.1.what to produce ?.
1.3.2.how to produce ?.
1.3.3.for whom to produce?

Opportunity cost.
1.4.1.Define opportunity cost
1.4.2.Make an examples in occasion
·         The implications of particular courses of action in terms of opportunity cost

Economic systems
1.5.1.Define economic system
1.5.2.Types of economic systems  
1.5.3.Advantage and disadvantage economic systems
1.5.4.Solve the economic problem trough attentive system economic

1.6.1.the usefulness of price elasticity in particular situations such as revenue changes, consumer expenditure;
1.6.2.the concept of market failure and explain the reasons for its occurrence;
1.6.3. the merits of the market system;
1.6.4. private and social costs

C.        Method
Lecture, question and anwer
D.        Activity
Ø    Inrtoduction
                             - Aperseption : Define economic  
                           - Motivation             : How to fullfil needs and wants?

Ø    Learning Activity   :
1.1.1Exploring needs from any resources
1.1.2.Identify types of local needs.
1.1.3.Discuss the dominant local needs
1.1.4.Classified types of need based on needs hierarchies
1.1.5.Explore the scarcity information
1.1.6.Discuss the causes factors local scarcity and surrounding  that area

1.2.1.Identify  limited recourses and unlimited recourses with library study in local area and surrounding area.
1.2.2.Rational attitude make a choices to fulfil needs and wants with alternative various  goods and services.
1.2.3.Identify what to produce, how to produce, for whom to produce with observe some district
1.3.1.Explore reference economic basic problem to define opportunity cost concept
1.4.1.Discuss the examples opportunity cost in occasion produce in another production sector
•  Discuss evaluate the implications of particular courses of action in terms of opportunity cost
1.5.1.Explore reference economic systems
1.5.2.Identify economic systems and the way to solve a economic problem trough field observe
1.6.1.Identify the usefulness of price elasticity in particular situations such as revenue changes, consumer expenditure;
1.6.2. Identify the concept of market failure and explain the reasons for its occurrence;
1.6.3.Discuss and evaluate the merits of the market system;
1.6.4. Identify private and social costs

Ø    Clossing
1.          Economics is science which learn about human behavior to fullfill needs and wants acheve wellfare.
2.          Economics basic problem are needs and wants unlimmted ( homo economicus ) and recourses, factor of production, goods and services are lemmited ( scarcity )

E.        Tools and Recourses

Recourses :
A.       Boediono. (1990), Ekonomi mikro, Yogyakarta: BPFE
B.       Hadjam, Adnan.(1984). Pengantar ekonomi mikro dan soal-soal latihan, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
C.      Samuelson, Paul A. & Nordhaus, Willam D. (1985). Economics, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
D.      Sudarman, Ari, (1996). Teori ekonomi mikro, Jilid I, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
E.       Ace Partadiredja. (1985). Pengantar ekonomika. Yogyakarta: BPFE
F.       Danoewikarsa D. (1977). Tanya-jawab tentang koperasi. Jakarta: Departemen Koperasi.
G.      Dornbusch, R. and Fischer, S, (1992). Macroeconomics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
H.      Dumairy, (1996). Matematika terapan untuk bisnis dan ekonomi. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
I.         Irawan dan Suparmoko, M.,(1981). Ekonomi pembangunan. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
J.        Lindert, Peter H and Kindleberger, Charles P, (1986).  International economics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
K.       Naisbitt, John  (1994). Global Paradox (alih  bahasa:  Budijanto), Jakarta: Binarupa Aksara
L.       Nopirin, (1999). Ekonomi internasional. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
M.      Soediyono, R., (1987). Ekonomi internasional: Pengantar lalu-lintas pembayaran internasional. Yogyakarta: Liberty.
N.      Sukirno, Sadono, (1985). Ekonomi pembangunan: proses, masalah, dan dasar kebijaksanaan. Jakarta: Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia.
O.      Bank Indonesia, sebuah pengantar, Pusat Pendidikan dan Studi Kebanksentralan, Agustus 2004
P.       Undang-undang Republik Indonesia nomor 23 tahun 1999 tentang Bank Indonesia sebagaimana telah diubah dengan Undang-undang Republik Indonesia Nomor 3 tahun 2004
Q.    Syllabus Cambridge IGCSE Economics Syllabus code 0455 Examination in June and November 2011. © UCLES 2008

      Tools :
Laptop,Infocus, Paper and pancil

                    F.        Assessment  

§   Tecnic                         : quiz
§    Instrument type          : Question - answer

§   Contoh InstrumenT examples  ( soal )

1.       What do you know about scarcity ?
2.       What do you know about homo economicus ?
3.       Define economics

§   Keys

1.       Recourses, factor of production, goods and services are lemmited ( scarcity )
2.       Humand being needs and wants unlimmted ( homo economicus ) 
3.       Economics is science which learn about human behavior to fullfill needs and wants acheve wellfare                                                                                                                                                                                            





                                                                                                                                                                               
      Mengetahui,                                                                                                  Depok,  ………………………………
      Curicullum Vice Pricipal                                                                           EconomicsTeacher,




       DRA. HAMIDAH                                                                            AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
       NIP.                                                                                              NIP:196708071991031006







Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
LESSON PLAN 2

ECONOMICS X CAMBRIDGE
SYLLABUS ADOPTED



AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
NIP:196708071991031006

SMA N 2 DEPOK
2010/2011
2010
Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
---
LESSON PLAN 2

                                                    School                       :   SMA Negeri 2 Depok
                                                         Subject                       :   Economics
                                                         Grade / Semester       :    X/ 1
                                                         Year                            :   2009/2010


Competence Standard   :    
2. Understanding economics concept, connected with economic activity, consumers, producers.


Basic Competence             :  

2.1      Describe patern consumer and produser behavior.
2.2      Describe the Circulair Flow Economic Activity Diagram
2.3    Describe fuction of producer and consumer
2.4      Role of government in an economy  
       

Indicator                           :

2.1.1.Describe utility and value of goods and services
2.1.2.Describe patern consumer and produser behavior
2.1.3.Describe theory of patern consumer behavior ( table and graphic )
2.1.4.Describe theory of patern produser behavior ( table and graphic )

2.2.1.Make some diagram of interaction economic  (circulair flow diagram)
2.2.2.Identify benefith diagram interaction economic  (circulair flow diagram)

2.3.1.Describe faction of economic actives ( house hold, public, business, foreigner exchange
2.3.2.Make some example faction of economic actives ( house hold, public, business, foreigner exchange

2.4.1.describe the government as a producer of goods and services and as an employer;
2.4.2.describe the aims of government policies, such as full employment, price stability,  economic growth, , redistribution of income, balance of payments stability;
2.4.3.discuss the possible conflicts between government aims
2.4.4.describe the types of taxation (direct, indirect, progressive, regressive, proportional) and the impact of taxation;
2.4.5.discuss the government's influence (regulation, subsidies, taxes) on private producers


Time Allocation                 :   8 X 45 minute 



A.        Aim                    :

Develop candidates’ basic economic numeracy and literacy and their ability to handle simple data including graphs and diagrams;

                                       
B.        Topics              :

Describe patern consumer and produser behavior.
2.1.1.Utility and value of goods and services
2.1.2.consumer behavior
2.1.3.produser behavior
The Circulair Flow Economic Activity Diagram
2.2.1.Diagram interaction economic  (circulair flow diagram)
2.2.2.Benefith diagram interaction economic  (circulair flow diagram)
2.3.1.Economic Actives
2.4.1. the government as a producer of goods and services and as an employer;
2.4.2. the aims of government policies, such as full employment, price stability, economic growth, , redistribution of income, balance of payments stability;
2.4.3. the possible conflicts between government aims
2.4.4. the types of taxation (direct, indirect, progressive, regressive, proportional) and the impact of taxation;
2.4.5. the government's influence (regulation, subsidies, taxes) on private producers


C.        Method
Lecture, question and anwer


D.        Activity

Ø    Inrtoduction
                               - Aperseption          : The basic problem economics
                           - Motivation             : How  do the activies of economics function?

Ø    Learning Activity   :

2.1.1.Understanding utility and value of goods and services
2.1.2.Explore reference or field observe to understanding utility and value of goods and services
2.2.1.Make some diagram of interaction economic  (circulair flow diagram)
2.2.2.Explore reference to identify the benefit of circular flow diagram for decision maker in economic sector
2.3.1.Describe faction of economic actives ( house hold, public, business, foreigner exchange)
2.3.2.Discuss in the class room  some example faction of economic actives ( house hold, public, business, foreigner exchange)
2.4.1. Indentify the government as a producer of goods and services and as an employer;
2.4.2.Explore the aims of government policies, such as full employment, price stability, economic growth, , redistribution of income, balance of payments stability;
          And the possible conflicts between government aims
2.4.3. identify the types of taxation (direct, indirect, progressive, regressive, proportional) and the impact of taxation;
2.4.4.discuss the government's influence (regulation, subsidies, taxes) on private producers


Ø    Clossing

1.       Interaction of economic actives ( house hold, public, business, foreigner) showed some Interaction between economics activités performe by the circular flow of economic activity

2.       Information of Interaction between economics activités are very important  for decision maker in economic sector

E.        Tools and Recourses

Recourses :
A.       Boediono. (1990), Ekonomi mikro, Yogyakarta: BPFE
B.       Hadjam, Adnan.(1984). Pengantar ekonomi mikro dan soal-soal latihan, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
C.      Samuelson, Paul A. & Nordhaus, Willam D. (1985). Economics, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
D.      Sudarman, Ari, (1996). Teori ekonomi mikro, Jilid I, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
E.       Ace Partadiredja. (1985). Pengantar ekonomika. Yogyakarta: BPFE
F.       Danoewikarsa D. (1977). Tanya-jawab tentang koperasi. Jakarta: Departemen Koperasi.
G.      Dornbusch, R. and Fischer, S, (1992). Macroeconomics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
H.      Dumairy, (1996). Matematika terapan untuk bisnis dan ekonomi. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
I.         Irawan dan Suparmoko, M.,(1981). Ekonomi pembangunan. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
J.        Lindert, Peter H and Kindleberger, Charles P, (1986).  International economics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
K.       Naisbitt, John  (1994). Global Paradox (alih  bahasa:  Budijanto), Jakarta: Binarupa Aksara
L.       Nopirin, (1999). Ekonomi internasional. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
M.      Soediyono, R., (1987). Ekonomi internasional: Pengantar lalu-lintas pembayaran internasional. Yogyakarta: Liberty.
N.      Sukirno, Sadono, (1985). Ekonomi pembangunan: proses, masalah, dan dasar kebijaksanaan. Jakarta: Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia.
O.      Bank Indonesia, sebuah pengantar, Pusat Pendidikan dan Studi Kebanksentralan, Agustus 2004
P.       Undang-undang Republik Indonesia nomor 23 tahun 1999 tentang Bank Indonesia sebagaimana telah diubah dengan Undang-undang Republik Indonesia Nomor 3 tahun 2004
Q.    Syllabus Cambridge IGCSE Economics Syllabus code 0455 Examination in June and November 2011. © UCLES 2008

      Tools :
Laptop,Infocus, Paper and pancil



                    F.        Assessment  

§   Tecnic                         : quiz
§    Instrument type          : Question - answer

§   Instrument  examples  ( soal )

  1. Define the function of economic activies  !


§   Keys

1.        Business : produce goods and services and buy factor of production, make some business investation.
2.       Hose hold : consumpt goods and services , and sale factor of production and saving the money
3.       Government : produce goods and services for a public buy factor production and make a regulation
4.        Foreigner exchange : produce goods and services and buy factor of production, make some business investation perform by  export – import.





                                                                                                                                                                               
      Mengetahui,                                                                                                  Depok,  ………………………………
     Curicullum Vice Pricipal                                                                           Economics Teacher,




       DRA. HAMIDAH                                                                            AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
       NIP.                                                                                              NIP:196708071991031006







Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font




LESSON PLAN 3

ECONOMICS X CAMBRIDGE
SYLLABUS ADOPTED


AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
NIP:196708071991031006

SMA N 2 DEPOK
2010/2011
2010

Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
---
LESSON PLAN 3

                                                    School                       :   SMA Negeri 2 Depok
                                                         Subject                       :   Economics
                                                         Grade / Semester       :    X/ 1
                                                         Year                            :   2009/2010


Competence Standard   :    

3. Understanding economics concept, connected with demand, supply, equilibrium dan market


Basic Competence             :           
3.1    Identify influcer factors demand and supply
3.2    Expalain the low of demand and supply and their asumptions
3.3    Describe equilribrium
3.4     Describe output market
3.5    Describe input market

Indikator                           :

3.1.1. Describe demand and supply
3.1.2. Describe influencer factors demand and supply to goods.
3.1.3. Draw ing demand and supply curves
3.2.1. Describe  demand and supply and the assumptions
3.2.2. Make example to applied the low of demand and supply in daily activity.
3.3.1. Describe process price and output equilibrium.
3.3.2. Describe elasticity and types of elasticity.
3.3.3. Calculate demand and supply elasticity with table, graphic and mathematic
3.3.4. Describe process output and price equilibrium and draw the curve.
3.3.5. Calculate price and out in equilibrium condition
3.4.1. Describe types of output market (perfect competition and imperfect competitions)
3.5.1. Describe types of input


Time Allocation                 :  12  X 45 minute 

A.        Aim                    :

Develop candidates’ ability to use the tools of economic analysis in particular situations;
           


B.        Topics              :

Demand and supply
3.1.1. Define demand curve and supply curve.
3.1.2. Influncer demand factors
3.1.3. Influncer supply factors
3.2.1. The low of demand and supply
Equilibrium
3.3.1. Functions of demand and supply
3.3.2. Demand and supply curvekurva permintaan dan penawaran.
3.3.3. Define types of elasticity.
3.3.4. Define demand and supply elasticity
3.3.5. Define equilibrium output and
3.3.6. Movement of equilibrium
Output Market
3.4.1. Define output market
3.4.2. Type of output market
Input market
3.5.1. Input market (market of factor of production)


C.        Method

Lecture, question and anwer


D.        Activity

Ø    Inrtoduction

                               - Aperseption :   Define the circular flow of economic activity
                               - Motivation    :      How are markert work to fulfil needs wants ?

Ø    Learning Activity   :

3.1.1. Define demand and supply through library study
3.1.2. Identify influencer factors demand and supply to goods ( great day such as eggs for iedul fitrie)
3.1.3. Drawing demand and supply curves from a transaction table ( such as eggs come close to a great day)
3.2.1. Define demand and supply and the assumptions trough exploring references.
3.2.2. Demonstrate applied the low demand and supply in daily activity (such lemon)
3.3.2. Define functions of demand and supply trough looking at demand and supply curves for some goods  (such as lemon)
3.3.1. Explore reference to define formulation of elasticity and types of it.(such as electronic goods)
3.3.2. Define elasticity demand and supply trough exploring references
3.3.3. Define price and output equilibrium trough table and graphic.
3.3.4. Make some example of process output and price equilibrium  trade
3.3.5. Calculate demand and supply elasticity with graphic, table and mathematic
3.3.6. Explore reference to describe output market.
3.4.1.Explore reference to define input market
3.5.1. Exploring type of market by field.


Ø    Clossing

The of Demand :
When quantity demand incrise, the level of price decrise
When quantity demand decrise, the level of price incrise

The low Supply :
When quantity supply incrase, the level of price incrise.
When quantity supply decrise, the level of price decise.



E.        Tools and Recourses

Recourses :
A.       Boediono. (1990), Ekonomi mikro, Yogyakarta: BPFE
B.       Hadjam, Adnan.(1984). Pengantar ekonomi mikro dan soal-soal latihan, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
C.      Samuelson, Paul A. & Nordhaus, Willam D. (1985). Economics, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
D.      Sudarman, Ari, (1996). Teori ekonomi mikro, Jilid I, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
E.       Ace Partadiredja. (1985). Pengantar ekonomika. Yogyakarta: BPFE
F.       Danoewikarsa D. (1977). Tanya-jawab tentang koperasi. Jakarta: Departemen Koperasi.
G.      Dornbusch, R. and Fischer, S, (1992). Macroeconomics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
H.      Dumairy, (1996). Matematika terapan untuk bisnis dan ekonomi. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
I.         Irawan dan Suparmoko, M.,(1981). Ekonomi pembangunan. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
J.        Lindert, Peter H and Kindleberger, Charles P, (1986).  International economics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
K.       Naisbitt, John  (1994). Global Paradox (alih  bahasa:  Budijanto), Jakarta: Binarupa Aksara
L.       Nopirin, (1999). Ekonomi internasional. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
M.      Soediyono, R., (1987). Ekonomi internasional: Pengantar lalu-lintas pembayaran internasional. Yogyakarta: Liberty.
N.      Sukirno, Sadono, (1985). Ekonomi pembangunan: proses, masalah, dan dasar kebijaksanaan. Jakarta: Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia.
O.      Bank Indonesia, sebuah pengantar, Pusat Pendidikan dan Studi Kebanksentralan, Agustus 2004
P.       Undang-undang Republik Indonesia nomor 23 tahun 1999 tentang Bank Indonesia sebagaimana telah diubah dengan Undang-undang Republik Indonesia Nomor 3 tahun 2004
Q.    Syllabus Cambridge IGCSE Economics Syllabus code 0455 Examination in June and November 2011. © UCLES 2008

      Tools :
Laptop,Infocus, Paper and pancil



                    F.        Assessment  

§   Tecnic                         : quiz
§    Instrument type          : Question - answer

§    Instrument Examples  ( soal )


Define teh low of demand and supply !


§   Keys

The of Demand :
When quantity demand incrise, the level of price decrise
When quantity demand decrise, the level of price incrise

The low Supply :
When quantity supply incrase, the level of price incrise.
When quantity supply decrise, the level of price decise                                                          





                                                                                                                                                                               
      Mengetahui,                                                                                                  Depok,  ………………………………
      Curicullum Vice Pricipal                                                                          EconomicsTeacher,




       DRA. HAMIDAH                                                                            AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
       NIP.                                                                                              NIP:196708071991031006







Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font


LESSON PLAN 4

ECONOMICS X CAMBRIDGE
SYLLABUS ADOPTED


AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
NIP:196708071991031006

SMA N 2 DEPOK
2010/2011
2010

Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
---
LESSON PLAN 4

                                                    School                       :   SMA Negeri 2 Depok
                                                         Subject                       :   Economics
                                                         Grade / Semester       :    X/ 1
                                                         Year                            :   2009/2010


Competence Standard   :    

4. Understanding government policies in economic


Basic Competence             :  


4.1      Describe the deference between macro and micro economics

4.2 Describe government problems in economic sector            



Indikator                           :

4.1.1. Describe macro and micro economic
4.1.2. Describe the deference betwewn macro and micro economic
4.1.3. Make some example for macro (such as inflation, national income) and micro ( small business) economic in daily activity.
4.2.1. Identify government problems in economic sector by field observe (Proverty , justice redistribution).
4.2.2. Find out a way to government problems in economic sector.


Time Allocation                 :  6  X 45 minute 

A.        Aim                    :
           
Show candidates how to identify and discriminate between differing sources of information and how to distinguish between facts and value judgements in economic issues;
           

B.        Topics              :

Micro economics and macro economic
4.1.1. Define macro economics and micro economics
4.1.2. The deference between macroeconomic and microeconomics

Government problems in economic sector
4.2.1. proverty
4.2.2. justice redistribution


C.        Method
Lecture, discuss


D.        Activity

Ø    Inrtoduction
                               - Aperseption            : Define economics
                           - Motivation               : how to solve the probles of micro and macro        economics

Ø    Learning Activity   :

4.1.1. Explore reference on internet to describe macroeconomics and microeconomics
4.1.2. Discuss the deference between macro and micro economic
4.1.3. Discuss some example macro and micro economic in daily activity
4.1.4. Make a conclusion about macro and micro economic
4.2.1. Identify government problems in economic sector by field observe (Proverty , justice redistribution).
4.2.2. Discuss to find out a way to government problems in economic sector.
Communicate result of discuss.


Ø    Clossing

The deference betwen macro and miro economics :
Macro economicis related with infaltion, exhange rate, devisa, interese rate. GDP. Explosing population, avileaty etc
Micro economic related with business and trade such as priicing, lost and profit, inovation product, quality of product etc.


E.        Tools and Recourses

Recourses :
A.       Boediono. (1990), Ekonomi mikro, Yogyakarta: BPFE
B.       Hadjam, Adnan.(1984). Pengantar ekonomi mikro dan soal-soal latihan, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
C.      Samuelson, Paul A. & Nordhaus, Willam D. (1985). Economics, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
D.      Sudarman, Ari, (1996). Teori ekonomi mikro, Jilid I, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
E.       Ace Partadiredja. (1985). Pengantar ekonomika. Yogyakarta: BPFE
F.       Danoewikarsa D. (1977). Tanya-jawab tentang koperasi. Jakarta: Departemen Koperasi.
G.      Dornbusch, R. and Fischer, S, (1992). Macroeconomics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
H.      Dumairy, (1996). Matematika terapan untuk bisnis dan ekonomi. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
I.         Irawan dan Suparmoko, M.,(1981). Ekonomi pembangunan. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
J.        Lindert, Peter H and Kindleberger, Charles P, (1986).  International economics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
K.       Naisbitt, John  (1994). Global Paradox (alih  bahasa:  Budijanto), Jakarta: Binarupa Aksara
L.       Nopirin, (1999). Ekonomi internasional. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
M.      Soediyono, R., (1987). Ekonomi internasional: Pengantar lalu-lintas pembayaran internasional. Yogyakarta: Liberty.
N.      Sukirno, Sadono, (1985). Ekonomi pembangunan: proses, masalah, dan dasar kebijaksanaan. Jakarta: Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia.
O.      Bank Indonesia, sebuah pengantar, Pusat Pendidikan dan Studi Kebanksentralan, Agustus 2004
P.       Undang-undang Republik Indonesia nomor 23 tahun 1999 tentang Bank Indonesia sebagaimana telah diubah dengan Undang-undang Republik Indonesia Nomor 3 tahun 2004
Q.    Syllabus Cambridge IGCSE Economics Syllabus code 0455 Examination in June and November 2011. © UCLES 2008


Alamat website :

a. wikipedia.org/wiki/ekonomi_makro
b. wikipedia.org/wiki/kategori%3Aekonomi_makro
c. pusdiklatuas.bpkp.go.id
d. tediharyanto.net/paper/te_makro.html
g. shvoong.com>Bisnis&Ekonomi>BisnisInternational.
h. yukos.wordpress.com/.../pengertian.ekonomimakro.danekonomimikro2
i. wikipedia.org/wiki/Ekonomi_mikro
l. matakuliah.fileswordpress.com/2007/09/te_mik_3.pdf
n. usupress.usu.ac.id/.../Teori%29Ekonomi%20Mikro_sahat%20simbolon_proof-final_normal_awal.pdf
o. ruruitdiaonline.multiply.com/rivieous/ikm/13
p. wikipedia.org/wiki/kategori.Ekonomi_mikro.


      Tools :
Laptop,Infocus, internet, Paper and pancil


                   
F.                Assessment      
§   Tecnic                         : quiz
§    Instrument type          : question - answer

§   InstrumenT examples  ( soal )

Dicribe the deference betwen macro and micro economis !


§   Keys

The deference betwen macro and miro economics :
Macro economicis related with infaltion, exhange rate, devisa, interese rate. GDP. Explosing population, avileaty etc
Micro economic related with business and trade such as priicing, lost and profit, inovation product, quality of product etc.



                                                                                                                                                                               
      Mengetahui,                                                                                                  Depok,  ………………………………
      Curicullum Vice Pricipal                                                                          EconomicsTeacher,




       DRA. HAMIDAH                                                                            AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
       NIP.                                                                                              NIP:196708071991031006
























Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
LESSON PLAN 5

ECONOMICS X CAMBRIDGE
SYLLABUS ADOPTED


AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
NIP:196708071991031006


SMA N 2 DEPOK
2010/2011
2010
Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
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LESSON PLAN 5

                                                    School                       :   SMA Negeri 2 Depok
                                                         Subject                       :   Economics
                                                         Grade / Semester       :    X/ 1
                                                         Year                            :   2009/2010

Competence Standard   :    

5. Understanding GDP, GDPR,GNP and National Income

Basic Competence             :  

5.1      Explain the concept of GDP, GDP R, GNP, National Income.
5.2      Explan benefith of  National Income calculation
5.3      Compare Indonesian GDP and Income per capita  with another countries
5.4    Dicribe price index and infaltion
5.5  Economic indicators
5.6       Developed and developing economies: trends in production, population and living  standards
5.7  International aspects

Indicator                           :

5.1.1. Describe the concept of  of GDP, GDPR, GNP, NNI,  PI  and DI
5.1.2. Calculate Income per capita
5.2.1. Identify benefit of national income calculation
5.2.2. Calculation national income using    production approach, income approach, expenditure approach
5.2.3. Make a deference national income calculation using production approach, income approach, expenditure approach
5.3.1. Compare Indonesian GDP and Income per capita with another countries
5.4.1. Describe inflation
5.4.2. Identify causes of inflation and method to face it
5.4.3. Collects information from civil server and worker in the neighborhood to find out  inflation impact
5.4.4. Describe consumer and produser price index
5.4.5. Calculate inflation by using consumer and producer price index.

5.5.1.  describe how the retail price index is calculated;
5.5.2. discuss the causes and consequences of inflation. .
5.5.3. describe the changing patterns and levels of employment;
5.5.4. discuss the causes and consequences of unemployment
Time Allocation         :   8  X 45 minute 

A.        Aim                    :
            .
Develop candidates’ ability to use economic skills (with reference to individuals, groups and organisations) to understand better the world in which they live;        

B.        Topics              :

National Income
5.1.1. Define National Income
5.1.2. The concept of GDP, GDPR,GNP,NNI, PI and DI
5.1.3. Methods of calculation National Income
Calculation of National Income
5.2.1. Benefith national income calculation
5.2.2. National income calculation  using production approach, income approach, expenditure approach.
GDP and income per capita
5.3.1. Comepare Indonesia GDP and Income per capita with another countries.

Inflation

5.4.1. Define  inflation
5.4.2. Causes and method to face  inflation .
5.4.3. Infaltion impact

Price index  

5.4.4. Price consumer and producer  index
5.4.5. Calculate inflation using price indexmenghitung inflasi
5.5.1.  the retail price index is calculated;
5.5.2.  the causes and consequences of inflation. .
5.5.3. the changing patterns and levels of employment;
5.5.4.  the causes and consequences of unemployment
5.5.5. why some countries are classified as developed and others are not;
5.5.6.  policies to alleviate poverty;
5.5.7. the factors that affect population growth (birth rate, death rate, fertility rate, net migration) and discuss reasons  for the different rates of growth in different countries
5.5.8.  the problems and consequences of these population changes for countries at different stages of development;
5.5.9.  the effects of changing size and structure of population on an economy;
5.5.10.differences in living standards within countries and between countries, both developed and developing.
5.5.11.the benefits and disadvantages of specialisation at regional and national levels;
5.5.12.the structure of the current account of the balance of payments;
5.5.13. exchange rates;
5.5.14.the causes and consequences of exchange rate fluctuations;
5.5.15.methods of protection;
5.5.16.the merits of free trade and protection

C.        Method

Lecture, discuss

D.        Activity

Ø    Inrtoduction
                               - Aperseption            : Define the circular flow of economics activity.
                           - Motivation               : How to calculate and masure national income asset ?         

Ø    Learning Activity   :

5.1.1. Explore reference on internet to define formulation of GDP, GDPR,GNP,NNI, PI and DI
5.1.2. Calculate Income per capita by using BPS (Biro Central Statistic) data.
5.2.2. Explore reference on internet  room to identify benefit of national income calculation
5.2.2. Explore reference to define the deference national income calculation approach  between production approach, income approach, expenditure approach.
5.3.1. Explore reference on internet to compare Indonesian GDP and Income per capita with another countries
5.4.1. Explore reference on internet  to difine infalation
5.4.2. Explore reference on internet to identify causes inflation and how to face it.
5.4.3. Collects information from civil server and worker in the neighborhood to find out  inflation impact.                                
5.4.4. Find out development data of basic needs in the neighborhood, calculate inflation using consumer and producer price
5.5.1. Define how the retail price index is calculated;
5.5.2. discuss the causes and consequences of inflation. .
5.5.3. Identify the changing patterns and levels of employment;
5.5.4. discuss the causes and consequences of unemployment
5.5.5. Identify why some countries are classified as developed and others are not;
5.5.6. discuss policies to alleviate poverty;
5.5.7.Define the factors that affect population growth (birth rate, death rate, fertility rate, net migration) and discuss reasons for the different rates of growth in different countries
5.5.8. analyse the problems and consequences of these population changes for countries at different stages of development;
5.5.9. define the effects of changing size and structure of population on an economy;
5.5.10.discuss differences in living standards within countries and between countries, both developed and developing.
5.5.11.define the benefits and disadvantages of specialisation at regional and national levels;
5.5.12.define the structure of the current account of the balance of payments;
5.5.13. identify exchange rates
5.5.14.discuss the causes and consequences of exchange rate fluctuations;
5.5.15.identify methods of protection;
5.5.16.discuss the merits of free trade and protection

Ø    Clossing

Calculation national income  such GDP using production approah, expenditure approach and income approah, are how to calculate and to mesure national asset .

E.        Tools and Recourses

                Recourses :
A.       Boediono. (1990), Ekonomi mikro, Yogyakarta: BPFE
B.       Hadjam, Adnan.(1984). Pengantar ekonomi mikro dan soal-soal latihan, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
C.      Samuelson, Paul A. & Nordhaus, Willam D. (1985). Economics, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
D.      Sudarman, Ari, (1996). Teori ekonomi mikro, Jilid I, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
E.       Ace Partadiredja. (1985). Pengantar ekonomika. Yogyakarta: BPFE
F.       Danoewikarsa D. (1977). Tanya-jawab tentang koperasi. Jakarta: Departemen Koperasi.
G.      Dornbusch, R. and Fischer, S, (1992). Macroeconomics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
H.      Dumairy, (1996). Matematika terapan untuk bisnis dan ekonomi. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
I.         Irawan dan Suparmoko, M.,(1981). Ekonomi pembangunan. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
J.        Lindert, Peter H and Kindleberger, Charles P, (1986).  International economics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
K.       Naisbitt, John  (1994). Global Paradox (alih  bahasa:  Budijanto), Jakarta: Binarupa Aksara
L.       Nopirin, (1999). Ekonomi internasional. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
M.      Soediyono, R., (1987). Ekonomi internasional: Pengantar lalu-lintas pembayaran internasional. Yogyakarta: Liberty.
N.      Sukirno, Sadono, (1985). Ekonomi pembangunan: proses, masalah, dan dasar kebijaksanaan. Jakarta: Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia.
O.      Bank Indonesia, sebuah pengantar, Pusat Pendidikan dan Studi Kebanksentralan, Agustus 2004
P.       Undang-undang Republik Indonesia nomor 23 tahun 1999 tentang Bank Indonesia sebagaimana telah diubah dengan Undang-undang Republik Indonesia Nomor 3 tahun 2004
Q.    Syllabus Cambridge IGCSE Economics Syllabus code 0455 Examination in June and November 2011. © UCLES 2008

Alamat website:

a. en.wikipedia.org/.../Measure_of_national_incom_and_output
b. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/gross_national_income
g. Booksgoogle.co.id/books?isbn=0405075987
i.   Wiki.answers.com/.../indonesia_national_income_GDP_CPI_1998.2008

      Tools :
Laptop,Infocus, internet, Paper and pancil


                    F.        Assessment  
§   Tecnic                         : quiz
§    Instrument type          : Question - answer

§    Instrument examples  ( soal )

        How to calculate and mesurement of national asset  ?

§   Keys

Calculation national income  such GDP using production approah, expenditure approach and income approah, are how to calculate and to mesure national asset .
                                                               


                                                                                                                                                                               
      Mengetahui,                                                                                                  Depok,  ………………………………
      Curicullum Vice Pricipal                                                                          Economics Teacher,




       DRA. HAMIDAH                                                                            AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
       NIP.                                                                                              NIP:196708071991031006





Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font

LESSON PLAN 6

ECONOMICS X CAMBRIDGE
SYLLABUS ADOPTED


AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
NIP:196708071991031006

SMA N 2 DEPOK
2010/2011
2010

Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
---
LESSON PLAN 6

                                                    School                       :   SMA Negeri 2 Depok
                                                         Subject                       :   Economics
                                                         Grade / Semester       :    X/ 1
                                                         Year                            :   2009/2010



Competence Standard   :    

6. Understanding consumption and investation


Basic Competence             :  

6.1    Describe the function of consumption and saving.
6.2 Describe investation demand curve.       


Indicator                           :

6.1.1. Using consumption function and how to draw it
6.2.1. Using saving function and how to draw it.
6.2.1. Example for several mathematic function and statistic used in economics analyses

Time Allocation                 :  10  X 45 minute 

A.        Aim                    :
            .
Enable candidates to participate more fully in decision-making processes as both consumers and producers and as citizens of the local, national and international community;           


B.        Topics              :

Applied mathematic function  in economics
6.1.1. Consumption function
6.1.2. Saving function
6.2.1. Investation demand curve.


C.        Method
Lecture, question and anwer

D.            Activity

Ø      Inrtoduction

                               - Aperseption          : Describe natiomal income concept
                           - Motivation      :        How the low demand and supply working indailly activity ?

Ø    Learning Activity   :


6.1.1. Explore reference to define price, output, profit and lost, maximum production using mathematic function, table and graphic.
6.2.1. Explore reference investattion demand curve


Ø    Clossing

MPC are Marginal propencity to consume, the changing consumption because changing income
MPS are marginal Propencity to save, the changing saving because changing income


E.        Tools and Recourses

Recourses :
A.       Boediono. (1990), Ekonomi mikro, Yogyakarta: BPFE
B.       Hadjam, Adnan.(1984). Pengantar ekonomi mikro dan soal-soal latihan, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
C.      Samuelson, Paul A. & Nordhaus, Willam D. (1985). Economics, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
D.      Sudarman, Ari, (1996). Teori ekonomi mikro, Jilid I, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
E.       Ace Partadiredja. (1985). Pengantar ekonomika. Yogyakarta: BPFE
F.       Danoewikarsa D. (1977). Tanya-jawab tentang koperasi. Jakarta: Departemen Koperasi.
G.      Dornbusch, R. and Fischer, S, (1992). Macroeconomics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
H.      Dumairy, (1996). Matematika terapan untuk bisnis dan ekonomi. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
I.         Irawan dan Suparmoko, M.,(1981). Ekonomi pembangunan. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
J.        Lindert, Peter H and Kindleberger, Charles P, (1986).  International economics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
K.       Naisbitt, John  (1994). Global Paradox (alih  bahasa:  Budijanto), Jakarta: Binarupa Aksara
L.       Nopirin, (1999). Ekonomi internasional. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
M.      Soediyono, R., (1987). Ekonomi internasional: Pengantar lalu-lintas pembayaran internasional. Yogyakarta: Liberty.
N.      Sukirno, Sadono, (1985). Ekonomi pembangunan: proses, masalah, dan dasar kebijaksanaan. Jakarta: Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia.
O.      Bank Indonesia, sebuah pengantar, Pusat Pendidikan dan Studi Kebanksentralan, Agustus 2004
P.       Undang-undang Republik Indonesia nomor 23 tahun 1999 tentang Bank Indonesia sebagaimana telah diubah dengan Undang-undang Republik Indonesia Nomor 3 tahun 2004
Q.    Syllabus Cambridge IGCSE Economics Syllabus code 0455 Examination in June and November 2011. © UCLES 2008

      Tools :
Laptop,Infocus, Paper and pancil


                    F.        Assessment  
§   Tecnic                         : quiz
§    Instrument type          : Question - answer

§    Instrument examples  ( soal )

1. Define formula which describe the changing level consumption because of changing income ?
2. Define formula which describe the cahnging level saving because of changing income ?


§   Keys

1. MPC
2. MPS
                                                   








                                                                                                                                                                               
      Mengetahui,                                                                                                  Depok,  ………………………………
      Curicullum Vice Pricipal                                                                          Economics Teacher,




       DRA. HAMIDAH                                                                            AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
       NIP.                                                                                              NIP:196708071991031006







Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
LESSON PLAN 7

ECONOMICS X CAMBRIDGE
SYLLABUS  ADOPTED


AGUS SUHENDI,S.Pd
NIP:196708071991031006

SMA N 2 DEPOK
2010/2011
2010

Note :
Adopted Cambridge syllabus mark by Bold and Italic font
---
LESSON PLAN 7

                                                    School                       :   SMA Negeri 2 Depok
                                                         Subject                       :   Economics
                                                         Grade / Semester       :    X/ 1
                                                         Year                            :   2009/2010


Competence Standard   :    
7. Understanding money and bank


Basic Competence             :  
       
7.1    Explain concept money supply and demand.
7.2    Deferences the function of central bank and commercial bank
7.3 The individual as producer, consumer and employer
7.4 The private firm as producer and employer
7.5 Describe government policies in monetery sectore.


Indikator                           :

7.1.1. Describe money demand and supply.
7.1.2. Identify influence factors money demand and suppy
 7.2.1. Analyses the function of central bank, commercial bank, syariah bank and bank perkeriditan rakyat.
7.2.2. Identify how to use bank product in dally activity.
 7.2.3. Describe credit concept
7.2.4. Analyses prerequirement candidate of bank credit  ( 5 C).
7.3.1. describe the functions of stock exchanges;
7.3.2. identify the factors affecting an individual's choice of occupation (wage factors and non-wage factors););
7.3.3. describe likely changes in earnings over time for an individual;
7.3.4. describe the differences in earnings between different occupational groups (male/female; skilled/ unskilled; private/public; agricultural/manufacturing/services);
7.3.5. describe trade unions and their role in an economy;
7.3.6.describe the benefits and disadvantages of specialisation for the individual
7.3.7. analyse the different motives for spending, saving and borrowing;
7.3.8.discuss how and why different income groups have different expenditure patterns (spending, saving and borrowing
7.4.1.describe the type of business organisation in the public and private sectors: sole proprietors, partnerships, private companies, public companies, multi-nationals, co-operatives, public corporations;
7.4.2. describe and evaluate the effects of changes in structure of business organisations;
7.4.3. describe what determines the demand for factors of production;
7.4.4. define total and average cost, fixed and variable cost and perform simple calculations
7.4.5. analyse particular situations to show changes in total and average cost as output changes;
7.4.6.define total and average revenue and perform simple calculations;
7.4.7. describe the principle of profit maximisation as a goal;
7.4.8.describe pricing and output policies in perfect competition and monopoly;
7.4.9. describe the main reasons for the different sizes of firms (size of market, capital, organisation);
7.4.10.describe and evaluate integration, economies and diseconomies of scale;
7.4.11.discuss the advantages and disadvantages of monopoly.
7.5.1. Define influence the volume of money to a price level.
7.5.2. Describe  monetary policies.


Time Allocation                 : 8   X 45 minute 

A.        Aim                    :
            .
Develop candidates’ understanding of the economies of developed and developing nations and of the relationships between them; and to develop their appreciation of these relationships from the perspective of both developed and developing nations     

B.        Topics              :

Demand and money supply
7.1.1. Define demand and money supply.
7.1.2. Influence factors money deman and supply

Bank
7.2.1. Define  bank
7.2.2. Function of central bank and commercial bank
7.2.3. Finance institutions non bank
7.2.4. credit.
7.3.1.  the functions of stock exchanges,
7.3.2.  the factors affecting an individual's choice of occupation (wage factors and non-wage factors););
7.3.3.  likely changes in earnings over time for an individual;
7.3.4.  the differences in earnings between different occupational groups (male/female; skilled/ unskilled; private/public; agricultural/manufacturing/services);
7.3.5.  trade unions and their role in an economy;
7.3.6.  the benefits and disadvantages of specialisation for the individual
7.3.7. the different motives for spending, saving and borrowing;
7.3.8. how and why different income groups have different expenditure patterns (spending, saving and borrowing

7.4.1. the type of business organisation in the public and private sectors: sole proprietors, partnerships, private companies, public companies, multi-nationals, co-operatives, public corporations;
7.4.2.  the effects of changes in structure of business organisations;
7.4.3.  what determines the demand for factors of production;
7.4.4.  total and average cost, fixed and variable cost and perform simple calculations
7.4.5.  particular situations to show changes in total and average cost as output changes;
7.4.6. total and average revenue and perform simple calculations;
7.4.7.  the principle of profit maximisation as a goal;
7.4.8.  pricing and output policies in perfect competition and monopoly;
7.4.9.  the main reasons for the different sizes of firms (size of market, capital, organisation);
7.4.10. integration, economies and diseconomies of scale;
 7.4.11.the advantages and disadvantages of monopoly.
7.5.1. Government policies in monetery sectore.
7.5.2. Monetery policies

C.        Method

Lecture, question and anwer


D.        Activity

Ø    Inrtoduction

                               - Aperseption            : Define the low demand and supply.
                           - Motivation               : How poeple manage the money to fulfill the needs and wants              ?

Ø    Learning Activity   :

7.1.1. Explore referen to define influence factors money deman and suppy.
7.2.1. Explore reference or field observe for discuss the  types, function and how to used banking product and finance institution in daily activity
7.2.2. Explore reference credit prerequirement , advantage and disadvantage of credit.
7.3.1.  define e the functions, stock exchanges;

7.3.2.  define the factors affecting an individual's choice of occupation (wage factors and non-wage factors););
7.3.3. define likely changes in earnings over time for an individual;
7.3.4. define the differences in earnings between different occupational groups (male/female; skilled/ unskilled; private/public; agricultural/manufacturing/services);
7.3.5.  define trade unions and their role in an economy;
7.3.6. define the benefits and disadvantages of specialisation for the individual
7.3.7. analyse the different motives for spending, saving and borrowing;
7.3.8. discuss how and why different income groups have different expenditure patterns (spending, saving and borrowing
7.4.1. define the type of business organisation in the public and private sectors: sole proprietors, partnerships, private companies, public companies, multi-nationals, co-operatives, public corporations;
7.4.2. define and evaluate the effects of changes in structure of business organisations;
7.4.3. define what determines the demand for factors of production;
7.4.4. define total and average cost, fixed and variable cost and perform simple calculations
7.4.5. analyse particular situations to show changes in total and average cost as output changes;
7.4.6.  define total and average revenue and perform simple calculations;
7.4.7. define the principle of profit maximisation as a goal;
7.4.8.  define pricing and output policies in perfect competition and monopoly;
7.4.9. define be the main reasons for the different sizes of firms (size of market, capital, organisation);
7.4.10.definee and evaluate integration, economies and diseconomies of scale; • discuss the advantages and disadvantages of monopoly.
7.5.1. Explore reference to find formulate of government monetary policies


Ø    Clossing


Quantity money supply and money demand in economic based on  formula :

M.V = P.T

E.        Tools and Recourses

  Recourses :
A.       Boediono. (1990), Ekonomi mikro, Yogyakarta: BPFE
B.       Hadjam, Adnan.(1984). Pengantar ekonomi mikro dan soal-soal latihan, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
C.      Samuelson, Paul A. & Nordhaus, Willam D. (1985). Economics, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
D.      Sudarman, Ari, (1996). Teori ekonomi mikro, Jilid I, Yogyakarta: BPFE.
E.       Ace Partadiredja. (1985). Pengantar ekonomika. Yogyakarta: BPFE
F.       Danoewikarsa D. (1977). Tanya-jawab tentang koperasi. Jakarta: Departemen Koperasi.
G.      Dornbusch, R. and Fischer, S, (1992). Macroeconomics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
H.      Dumairy, (1996). Matematika terapan untuk bisnis dan ekonomi. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
I.         Irawan dan Suparmoko, M.,(1981). Ekonomi pembangunan. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
J.        Lindert, Peter H and Kindleberger, Charles P, (1986).  International economics. (Terjemahan), Jakarta: Erlangga.
K.       Naisbitt, John  (1994). Global Paradox (alih  bahasa:  Budijanto), Jakarta: Binarupa Aksara
L.       Nopirin, (1999). Ekonomi internasional. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
M.      Soediyono, R., (1987). Ekonomi internasional: Pengantar lalu-lintas pembayaran internasional. Yogyakarta: Liberty.
N.      Sukirno, Sadono, (1985). Ekonomi pembangunan: proses, masalah, dan dasar kebijaksanaan. Jakarta: Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia.
O.      Bank Indonesia, sebuah pengantar, Pusat Pendidikan dan Studi Kebanksentralan, Agustus 2004
P.       Undang-undang Republik Indonesia nomor 23 tahun 1999 tentang Bank Indonesia sebagaimana telah diubah dengan Undang-undang Republik Indonesia Nomor 3 tahun 2004
Q.    Syllabus Cambridge IGCSE Economics Syllabus code 0455 Examination in June and November 2011. © UCLES 2008

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                    F.        Assessment  
§   Tecnic                         : quiz
§    Instrument type          : question – anwers

§    Instrument examples  ( soal )

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