Patterns of Trade - A level Economics

Patterns of Trade - A level Economics

A level Economics lesson: Patterns of Trade - Trade Creation and Trade diversion For the Edexcel Exam board This PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, learning objectives and embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to patterns of trade LEarning objectives ALL To be able to explain how patterns of trade changes MOST To be able to analyse why patterns of trade have changed SOME To be able to evaluate the most influential factor in changes in patterns of trade These resources work well with other popular Economics Resources. See Below: Microeconomics Exam Paper Price Determination of Ticket Prices The UK Housing Market The Price Mechanism Cross Elasticity of Demand (XED) Demand Activities Price Elasticity of Supply (PES) Economics Essay Feedback Proforma Demand Minimum Pricing
MissSahdev
Monopolies & Competitive Markets - Economics - Microeconomics - PPT, Quiz & Worksheet - GCSE & AS

Monopolies & Competitive Markets - Economics - Microeconomics - PPT, Quiz & Worksheet - GCSE & AS

A bumper lesson that covers monopolies and competitive markets. The PPT leads up to a past GCSE exam question (can easily be edited for AS standard) and helps students understand the various pros and cons of both monopolies and competitive markets. I have included a nice multiple choice quiz and a worksheet used throughout the PPT. The PPT has lots of tasks throughout and uses up to date examples and key information.
george_frost
Introduction to Microeconomics - Economics - GCSE & AS Level - PPT & Tasks - How the Market Works

Introduction to Microeconomics - Economics - GCSE & AS Level - PPT & Tasks - How the Market Works

A bumper selection of resources to help introduce microeconomics. The PPT covers a lot of key theory for economics and how the market works. This PPT will stretch across 2-3 lessons and will give students a great foundation for the year ahead. I have also included a useful supply and demand scenario worksheet that should be printed with 6 slides per page on a PPT and get students to fill in the new shift in either supply or demand. I have also included a simple supply and demand starter worksheet. Ideal for GCSE and AS microeconomics.
george_frost
Demand - Economics - Microeconomics - PPT, Demand Curve Worksheet & Quiz - GCSE & AS

Demand - Economics - Microeconomics - PPT, Demand Curve Worksheet & Quiz - GCSE & AS

A bumper lesson covering the key theory on demand curves. The PPT looks at the various determinants of demand and includes relevant examples and diagrams. There a numerous tasks throughout. I have also included a nice 10 multiple choice quiz covering demand curves. I have also included a supply and demand curves scenario task, which I print 6 slide horizontal and get students to fill in the shift in either the supply and demand curve using the given scenario. Really good lesson for teaching demand. Perfect for GCSE Economics and can be used to for AS Level.
george_frost
Government Intervention: A Level Economics

Government Intervention: A Level Economics

This PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, and embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to The Rationale and Methods for Government Invention. For the Edexcel Economics A Exam board. These resources work well with other popular Economics Resources. See Below: Microeconomics Exam Paper Price Determination of Ticket Prices The UK Housing Market The Price Mechanism Cross Elasticity of Demand (XED) Demand Activities Price Elasticity of Supply (PES) Economics Essay Feedback Proforma Demand Minimum Pricing
MissSahdev
Factors of Production - Microeconomics - PPT & Worksheet - GCSE & AS Level - Economics

Factors of Production - Microeconomics - PPT & Worksheet - GCSE & AS Level - Economics

A good selection of resources and activities to help teach factors of production. The PPT covers a lot of key theory for economics and the four factors of production with relevant examples. The PPT has numerous tasks throughout including a nice factors of production timeline activity. I have also included a nice and detailed worksheet that covers key economics concepts including factors of production and scarcity. Ideal for GCSE and AS microeconomics.
george_frost
Business Studies Sixth Form Induction Lessons (8 Resources, 2 Hours worth of content)

Business Studies Sixth Form Induction Lessons (8 Resources, 2 Hours worth of content)

2 hours worth of sixth form induction lessons for Business Studies or Economics. Includes lesson plan with timings and guidance. Should be easy to teach and great for the students also. Interesting but useful lesson to test whether students want to study Business Studies. Has been tried and tested, excellent feedback from students and other teacher alike. Topics include Marketing, Ethics and Market Structures as well as some group work and discussion tasks. As per feedback CASE STUDY has been added in editable format if you wish to adjust.
MrBusinessAndIT
Subsidies: A Level Economics

Subsidies: A Level Economics

This resources contains a Subsidies PowerPoint to teach students the entire topic, an exam question with a case study and an answer to an essay question linking Cross Elasticity of Demand (XED) with subsidies in the market for healthy food. Activities for the topic are included. These resources work well with other popular Economics Resources such as: Microeconomics Exam Paper Demand Group Task Price Determination of Ticket Prices The UK Housing Market The Price Mechanism Cross Elasticity of Demand (XED) Demand Activities Price Elasticity of Supply (PES) Economics Essay Feedback Proforma Demand
MissSahdev
DHYANOMICS: AQA,AS/A Levels and IBDP Economics

DHYANOMICS: AQA,AS/A Levels and IBDP Economics

This is regarding Diminishing Returns. I have tried to make it as simple as possible by not writing a lot of theory instead giving only relevant points for easy understanding. kindly reply. I would be happy to improve myself and to help you further.
Aalishasanskarika