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AQA Economics paper 3

AQA Economics paper 3

30 Multiple choice questions (created , up to date with a mix of Micro and Macro whilst reflecting the more numerical element) with a data response on UK pensions with mark scheme.

By ashleypearce84

AQA Economics paper 2

AQA Economics paper 2

Full Paper 2 for the new A level economics specification. 2 data responses (US protectionism and UK Austerity), and 3 essays (growth, monetary policy and re-balancing)

By ashleypearce84

AQA Economics paper 1 Practice exams

AQA Economics paper 1 Practice exams

Full paper 1 exam set (2 data responses and 3 essays) with complete mark schemes. Topics include dealing with externalities (fracking), income inequality, price discrimination, business aims and market structure.

By ashleypearce84

Economics A level Bundle

Economics A level Bundle

A plethora of presentations for Micro/Macroeconomics both Yr12 and Yr 13 (save 78%) Includes and assessment tracker along with essay plans. Powerpoints include: Poverty Growth Emerging economies Supply of labour Demand for labour Exchange rate Fiscal policy

By jcolledge

Exchange rates

Exchange rates

Powerpoint presentation on differing exchange rate systems Aimed at the edexcel specification but can be adapted/used for other specifications

By jcolledge

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017)

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017)

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017) is a simple resource made up of a crossword (with answers) based on last week's news events - and THREE bonus crosswords. This week's bonus puzzles focus on Argentina, China, and New Zealand. The World News Crossword is reasonably simple to complete because its purpose is to engage students with their world and some of the many events that affect them. A two-week-old wildfire in Greenland. A terror attack in Barcelona. A baby dolphin killed because of tourists' curiosity. Venezuela went from bad to worse. 3000 Syrians returned home from Lebanon. Saudi Arabia negotiated to rebuild Iraq's cities. The US president used Twitter, again. Floods affected millions of people in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. A tortoise escaped in Japan. But it's less about what happened last week than why and hopefully, if students work in groups to solve these puzzles, they'll chat among themselves about the stories in the puzzle. Why did Rwandans vote their president back for a third term? Why should Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe escape prosecution for assaulting a model in a hotel in South Africa? Why is the US investigating China's intellectual property policies? And what's so wrong with an Australian politician holding dual-citizenship?

By BFP

SHIC level 4 - Threats to Humanity

SHIC level 4 - Threats to Humanity

The fate of humanity rests on your shoulders! This level tackles existential risks, also known as x-risks, which are threats to the whole of humanity. You’ll explore extreme climate change, nuclear weapons, pandemics, and threats from artificial intelligence. But it’s not all doom and gloom: you’ll also learn what you can do to reduce the chances of the apocalypse!

By SHIC

SHIC level 2 - Rethinking Charity

SHIC level 2 - Rethinking Charity

Are we morally obligated to address global poverty? In Level 2 you’ll try a provoking thought experiment that will enlighten you about the true state of the world. Then you’ll see where your income will likely stand in relation to the global average, and ponder your charitable opportunities and obligations to the world.

By SHIC

SHIC Level 1 - Smashing Preconceptions

SHIC Level 1 - Smashing Preconceptions

How can you improve the world without fully understanding it? This level will challenge your preconceptions about global poverty, provide an in-depth idea of what it truly means to be poor, and reveal information about how the world is changing. Through videos hosted by Hans Rosling, a highly respected Swedish medical doctor, academic and statistician, students will be introduced to new ways of thinking about critical issues and the misconceptions surrounding key global problems.

By SHIC

SHIC Level 0 - The Giving Game

SHIC Level 0 - The Giving Game

This is an introduction to high-impact charity, and is the best way to start the SHIC program. After learning about several charities, you and your group are tasked with selecting the one you deem as having the biggest impact. The difficulties involved in this task will demonstrate that you can’t necessarily rely on your intuition to choose a charity, and will give your group a taste of how evidence and analysis can, and should, be used to select a charity. This is a great stand-alone level and an excellent introduction to high-impact charity.

By SHIC