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Premium classroom-ready AS and A2 Level resources for Business and Economics, made by teachers for teachers. Cambridge International Examinations A Levels for Business (9609) and Economics (9708)

Premium classroom-ready AS and A2 Level resources for Business and Economics, made by teachers for teachers. Cambridge International Examinations A Levels for Business (9609) and Economics (9708)
CIE Business (9609) Marketing: Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Marketing: Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)

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What is Marketing; Marketing Research; The Marketing Mix - Product, Price, Place & Promotion. It is all here, folks. Just waiting to be used in your classroom. This complete package of presentations assists teachers in guiding students successfully through Unit 3 Marketing of the Cambridge International Examinations for the AS exam. A great resource for teachers, directly linked to all of the learning objectives outlined by Cambridge and certain to provide a thorough foundation upon which students can expand their learning. The best way to use these materials are to complement these lecture slides with your own exercises or activities. Made by teachers, for teachers.
CIE Business (9609) Operations and Project Management: Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Operations and Project Management: Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)

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The Nature of Operations; Operations Planning; and Inventory Management. All here, ready to be put to good use in your online delivery or in the classroom. This complete package of presentations assist teachers in guiding students successfully through Unit 4 Operations and Project Management of the Cambridge International Examinations for the AS exam. A great resource for teachers, directly linked to all of the learning objectives outlined by Cambridge and certain to provide a thorough foundation upon which students can expand their learning. The best way to use these materials are to complement these lecture slides with your own exercises or activities. Made by teachers, for teachers.
CIE Business (9609) Business and its Environment: Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Business and its Environment: Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)

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Business Enterprise; Business Objectives; Business Structure; Size of Business; and Stakeholders in a Business. All here. Just waiting to be used online or in your classroom. This complete package of presentations assist teachers in guiding students successfully through Unit 1 Business and its Environment of the Cambridge International Examinations for the AS exam. A great resource for teachers, directly linked to all of the learning objectives outlined by Cambridge and certain to provide a thorough foundation upon which students can expand their learning. The best way to use these materials are to complement these lecture slides with your own exercises or activities. Made by teachers, for teachers.
CIE Business (9609) Business and its Environment: Complete Teaching Resources (A Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Business and its Environment: Complete Teaching Resources (A Level)

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A time-saving, classroom-ready collection of comprehensive and visual presentations designed to effectively cover Unit 1 Business and its Environment of the Cambridge International Examinations for the A2 exam. A great resource for teachers, directly linked to all of the learning objectives outlined by Cambridge and certain to provide a thorough foundation upon which students can expand their learning. The best way to use these materials are to complement these lecture slides with your own exercises or activities. Made by teachers, for teachers.
CIE Business (9609) Marketing: What is Marketing Presentation (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Marketing: What is Marketing Presentation (AS Level)

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A robust classroom-ready presentation answering “What is Marketing?” from Unit 3 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE AS Level Business Unit 3 including: • the link between marketing objectives and corporate objectives • marketing objectives • factors influencing the supply and demand for the products/services of a business • interactions between price, supply and demand • how markets may differ: such as consumer/producer markets; national, regional and international markets • difference between product and customer (market) orientation • problems associated with measuring market share and market growth • implications of changes in market share and growth • classification of products • how marketing might differ for different types of goods and services • reasons for and benefits/limitations of mass marketing and niche marketing • benefits and limitations of market segmentation • methods of market segmentation including geographic, demographic and psychographic The presentation can be delivered as a lecture and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) Finance and Accounting: Business Finance (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Finance and Accounting: Business Finance (AS Level)

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A robust online and/or classroom-ready presentation covering AS Business Finance from Unit 5 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE AS Level Business Unit 5 including: • understand why business activity requires finance • recognise the importance of working capital and revenue expenditure and the different needs for finance these create • understand the importance of working capital to a business and how this can be managed • analyse the different sources of long-; medium- and short-term finance, both internal and external • understand the role played by the main financial institutions • select and justify appropriate sources of finance for different business needs • analyse the factors that managers consider when taking a finance decision The presentation can be delivered online or in a classroom and can be supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
Personal Online Teaching Plan
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Personal Online Teaching Plan

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Covid-19 has transformed how we teach and the best teachers will be ones who personalise their approach to ensure no student is left behind. This document is designed to equip teachers with a framework from which to start before trying to think of teaching solutions or approaches. Teachers can use this document to take a little time to pause and reflect who they’re teaching. If you’re already in the middle of working online, think of this as taking a step back to look at the bigger picture.
CIE Business (9609) Strategic Management: Complete Teaching Resources (A Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Strategic Management: Complete Teaching Resources (A Level)

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What is Strategic Management; Strategic Analysis; Strategic Choice; Strategic Implementation. All here, ready to be put to good use in your classroom or online lessons. This complete package of presentations assist teachers in guiding students successfully through Unit 6 Strategic Management of the Cambridge International Examinations for the A2 exam. A great resource for teachers, directly linked to all of the learning objectives outlined by Cambridge and certain to provide a thorough foundation upon which students can expand their learning. The best way to use these materials are to complement these lecture slides with your own exercises or activities. Made by teachers, for teachers.
CIE Business (9609) Operations and Project Management: Nature of Operations (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Operations and Project Management: Nature of Operations (AS Level)

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A thorough classroom-ready presentation on The Nature of Operations, as part of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus Unit 4 on Operations and Project Management. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE AS Level Business Unit 4 including: • understanding what is meant by operations management • appreciate the nature of the production process and how value can be added • understand the difference between production and productivity, efficiency and effectiveness • evaluate the different advantages of labour and capital intensity. The presentation can be delivered as a lecture and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. A time-saving key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Management and Leadership (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Management and Leadership (AS Level)

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An online and/or classroom-ready presentation covering Management and Leadership from Unit 2 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE AS Level Business Unit 2 including: • the functions of management, including Mintzberg’s roles of management • functions, roles and styles • the purpose of leadership • leadership roles in business (directors, managers, supervisors, worker representatives) • qualities of a good leader • leadership styles: autocratic, democratic, laissez-faire • McGregor’s leadership styles • Goleman’s four competencies of emotional intelligence: self-awareness, social awareness, self-management and social skills The presentation can be delivered as a lecture and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) Business and its Environment: External Influences on Business Activity (A Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Business and its Environment: External Influences on Business Activity (A Level)

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A robust collection of two classroom-ready presentations covering External Influences and External Economics Influences on Business Activity from Unit 1 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE A2 Level Business Unit 1 including: • how a government might use the law to seek to control: employment, conditions of work (including health and safety), minimum wage, marketing behaviour, competition, location decisions, particular goods and services • how international agreements might have an impact on businesses • how the state might intervene to help businesses (small and large) • how the state might intervene to constrain businesses (small and large) • the impact of and issues associated with corporate social responsibility (CSR), e.g. accounting practices, paying incentives for the award of contracts, social auditing • why businesses need to consider the needs of the community including pressure groups • problems of introducing technological change • how businesses are constrained by and rely on other businesses • how a business might react to a given demographic change • how (physical) environmental issues might influence business behaviour The presentation can be delivered as a lecture and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Motivation Theory & Practice (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Motivation Theory & Practice (AS Level)

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A classroom-ready set of presentations covering Motivation Theory and Practice from Unit 2 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentations highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE AS Level Business Unit 2 including: • the need to motivate employees to achieve the objectives of a business • a simple explanation of human need • how human needs may or may not be satisfied at work • ideas of the main content theorists (Maslow, Taylor, Mayo, Herzberg) and process theorists (McClelland, Vroom) • the theories in practical situations • different payment methods (time based, salary, piece rates, commission, bonuses, profit sharing, performance related pay) • different types of non-financial motivators (training, induction, opportunities for promotion, development, status, job re-design, team working, empowerment, participation, fringe benefits/perks) • ways in which employees can participate in the management and control of business activity The presentations can be delivered as lectures and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)

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Management & Leadership; Motivation Theory & Practice; and Human Resources Management. All here, ready to be put to good use in your classroom. This complete package of presentations assist teachers in guiding students successfully through Unit 2 People in Organisations of the Cambridge International Examinations for the AS exam. A great resource for teachers, directly linked to all of the learning objectives outlined by Cambridge and certain to provide a thorough foundation upon which students can expand their learning. The best way to use these materials are to complement these lecture slides with your own exercises or activities. Made by teachers, for teachers.
CIE Business (9609) Marketing: Market Research (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Marketing: Market Research (AS Level)

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A robust classroom-ready presentation covering AS Marketing Research from Unit 3 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE AS Level Business Unit 3 including: • purpose of market research in determining customer characteristics/consumer profiles, wants and needs • distinction between primary (field) and secondary desk research, and the main features of each • methods of primary research and their advantages and disadvantages including focus groups and surveys • sources of secondary information including printed, paid for and web-based sources of information • random, stratified and quota sampling; the appropriateness of each to given situations • limitations of sampling • the reliability of data collection • analysis of results obtained from market research • interpretation of information • cost effectiveness of marketing research The presentation can be delivered as a lecture and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) People in Organisation: Organisation Structure (A Level)
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CIE Business (9609) People in Organisation: Organisation Structure (A Level)

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A newly updated online and/or classroom-ready presentation covering Organisation Structure from Unit 2 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE A2 Level Business Unit 2 including: understand why organisations need a structure and why flexibility is important • analyse the diff erent types of organisational structure that can be adopted and their advantages and drawbacks • assess the main features of an organisational chart, such as levels of hierarchy, chain of command and span of control • understand the diff erence between centralised and decentralised structures • evaluate the conflict between trust and control with a policy of delegation • outline the diff erences between line and staff authority • examine the appropriateness of centralised and decentralised structures • understand the diff erence between authority, accountability and responsibility. This presentation can be delivered as a lecture online or in a classroom and can be supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. A time-saving key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Business Communications (A Level)
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CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Business Communications (A Level)

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A newly updated online and/or classroom-ready presentation covering Business Communication from Unit 2 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE A2 Level Business Unit 2 including: • understand what is meant by effective communication • appreciate the importance of feedback, choice of medium and clarity of message in achieving effective communication • analyse the advantages and disadvantages of the different communication methods or media • evaluate their application in different situations • understand the causes of ineffective communication – the barriers to communication and how to overcome them • analyse the differences between one- and two-way, vertical and horizontal, formal and informal communication • evaluate the application of different communication networks. This presentation can be delivered as a lecture online or in a classroom and can be supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. A time-saving key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) Finance and Accounting: Costs (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Finance and Accounting: Costs (AS Level)

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A thorough online and/or classroom-ready presentation on Costs, as part of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus Unit 5 on Finance and Accounting. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE AS Level Business Unit 5 including: • explain the diff erent classifications given to production costs • understand the uses to which cost data can be put • analyse which costs of production are likely to vary with output and which will not • use costs of production in break-even analysis • apply break-even analysis in simple business decision-making situations • evaluate the usefulness of break-even analysis. The presentation can be delivered as a lecture and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
CIE Business (9609) Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Complete Teaching Resources (AS Level)

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The full bundle of all AS Level Resources for Teachers of Business. Units 1-5 Include: Business and its Environment People in Organisations Marketing Operations Finance These presentations cover all of the syllabus points pertinent to CIE AS Level Business Units 1 through 5 - and reference page numbers and activities found in the core textbook suggested by CIE. A total of 20 slideshows spanning the entire AS Level curriculum.
CIE Business (9609) Complete Teaching Resources (A Level)
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CIE Business (9609) Complete Teaching Resources (A Level)

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The full bundle of all A2 Level Resources for Teachers of Business. Units 1-6 Include: Business and its Environment People in Organisations Marketing Operations Finance Strategic Management These presentations cover all of the syllabus points pertinent to CIE A2 Level Business Units 1 through 6 - and reference page numbers and activities found in the core textbook suggested by CIE. A total of 16 slideshows spanning the entire AS Level curriculum.
CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Further Human Resource Management (A Level)
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CIE Business (9609) People in Organisations: Further Human Resource Management (A Level)

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A newly updated online and/or classroom-ready presentation covering Further Human Resources Management from Unit 2 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the core approved textbooks and addresses all learning objectives. This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE AS Level Business Unit 2 including: • analyse employee performance by using a range of measures • assess ways in which employee performance might be improved • recognise the importance of labour legislation • assess the reasons for and role of workforce planning • evaluate ways in which cooperation between management and the workforce can benefit both • assess the role of trade unions in HRM. This presentation can be delivered as a lecture online or in a classroom and can be supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. A time-saving key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.