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AQA Business: The External Environment

AQA Business: The External Environment

Fantastic resources covering the external environment for the new AQA specification including interest rates/demographics/ stakeholders/income/demand/ethics/stakeholders/multinationals etc

By Danielle_M

Play Money / Simulation Dollar Bills

Play Money / Simulation Dollar Bills

A simple one-page PDF of play money for you to print out and use in games or simulations. One-dollar bills only, but for history simulations, there's no reason not to tell students that each bill represents $100 or $1000 or even $10,000 -- whatever would most suit the price levels of the time under study!

By mesquitequail

Articulate - Key Word Game - Perfect for most subjects

Articulate - Key Word Game - Perfect for most subjects

This is a game that I use in Business Studies, but can be used in a whole range of subjects that require students to explain key words. I have included my Business Studies example. Languages for instance could get students to explain the key word in a different language. I have used this game a lot and often use it for observations as most students can really engage in the game. It should be fast paced. I normally get the cards printed on coloured paper, each colour is a different unit. Included; How to play Rules Cards If you have any questions then please don't hesitate to get in touch.

By Mrs_costa

PGCE Fun Shiny Games and Plenaries

PGCE Fun Shiny Games and Plenaries

Want to end your lessons with a bang? Pupils fed up of noughts and crosses every other lesson? Well plenarise to your heart's content with this huge plenary games pack for all seasons! Games can be used in all subjects - it's you who decides the questions!

By leszekekert

The Evil Game Plenary

The Evil Game Plenary

Pupils in teams, asked to answer a question in turn. Answer wrong – give turn to other team. If answer right – choose any box – you can win or lose points. That’s why it’s called the EVIL GAMEEE! Team with the most points at the end wins. To add to the suspense, I put this background music on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIiX2FJbgD8

By leszekekert

Should Students Work Longer?

Should Students Work Longer?

A topical classroom debate lesson on the government’s plans to increase school hours. Guaranteed to provoke a response! Attractive Power Point featuring information on what the proposals are, for or against video clips, detailed lesson objectives, for or against planning and writing prompts. This download is everything you need for a full lesson on this issue. No printing or photocopying required. For the letter writing version of this lesson (including a free card sort download) see here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/should-students-work-longer-hours-writing-to-argue-and-persuade-11277266 Visit my page for more great lessons and resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish (Credits: Image copyright free from Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1G-bB6a6sk, Osborne image, copyright free flickr.com, Gove copyright free from Wikipedia.co)

By EngageinEnglish

Government Failure

Government Failure

A whole lesson on Government Failure with PPT and lesson activities. Students apply their knowledge of Government failure to various real life cases. Suitable for A Level economics.

By lucyt25