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Globalisation - 7 lessons & revision guide

Globalisation - 7 lessons & revision guide

Part of a Wolsey Academy SOW of 7 lessons with a revision guide and online end of unit test. Designed for EAL and weaker students to introduce them to new vocabulary regarding economics and globalisation. Lessons focus on key word acquisition and simple comprehension tasks (word match up/cloze activities/labelling diagrams etc). As lessons progress more scope for creative and thinking tasks emerge. Every lesson comes with a reward word search puzzle. Made for students at International Schools in the Middle East but ideal for all. Could also act as a general introduction to younger students of all abilities. Globalisation – Key Terms Globalisation – Benefits Globalisation – Negatives Globalisation – Barriers Globalisation – Case Study on United Arab Emirates Globalisation – Food Miles Globalisation – Immigration Globalisation – Revision Guide Find more and the end of unit online test at www.wolseyacademy.com
WolseyAcademy
The Cycle Of Poverty

The Cycle Of Poverty

The cycle of poverty is a phenomenon where poor families, more severely in LEDCs, become trapped in poverty for generations due to limited or no access to fundamental resources such as education, financial and subsequent generations also being underprivileged. These worksheets look at life through the eyes of a poor family as to whether they should move from the country to the city, where they should move to and how to make money. One way of making money in the city is by making paper bags, they are sold to shop and stall holders who sell rice and spices. Ten bags will earn them 1 rupee (1p)! In groups they make as many bags as they can in thirty minutes…
WillsonEducation
India's Wealth And The Cycle Of Poverty

India's Wealth And The Cycle Of Poverty

The cycle of poverty is a phenomenon where poor families, more severely in LEDCs, become trapped in poverty for generations due to limited or no access to fundamental resources such as education, financial and subsequent generations also being underprivileged. These worksheets look at the devision of wealth within India and has the students look at life through the eyes of a poor family as to whether they should move from the country to the city, where they should move to and how to make money. One way of making money in the city is by making paper bags, they are sold to shop and stall holders who sell rice and spices. Ten bags will earn them 1 rupee (1p)! In groups they make as many bags as they can in thirty minutes…
WillsonEducation
India's Wealth

India's Wealth

These worksheets have the students reasoning what we need to live and looking specifically at how wealth is distributed in India
WillsonEducation
Fairtrade fortnight short input presentations lessons

Fairtrade fortnight short input presentations lessons

5 short 5-minute informative presentations on the different aspects of Fairtrade. Designed to be taught over fairtrade fortnight (27/2/18 - 11/3/18). Discusses what it is, why we have it, and why it is good. 1 - What is Fairtrade? 2 - Fairtrade Minimum Price 3 - Producing food 4 - Fairtrade products 5 - Getting involved Includes a poster to display in the classroom.
EJH95
Research Commonwealth Games - Differentiated worksheets

Research Commonwealth Games - Differentiated worksheets

2 differentiated worksheets for recording research about the Commonwealth Games. Used with a primary 3 class using the youngcommonwealth.org website but suitable for a variety of ages or for less able upper primary. The LA worksheet asks direct questions from the website whereas the HA leaves open to record any facts. Each sheet contains a blank flag for pupils to draw the commonwealth flag.
snowglobe_eml1409
1.	Globalisation – Key Terms - EAL

1. Globalisation – Key Terms - EAL

Part of a Wolsey Academy SOW of 7 lessons with a revision guide and online end of unit test. Designed for EAL and weaker students to introduce them to new vocabulary regarding economics and globalisation. Lessons focus on key word acquisition and simple comprehension tasks (word match up/cloze activities/labelling diagrams etc). As lessons progress more scope for creative and thinking tasks emerge. Every lesson comes with a reward word search puzzle. Made for students at International Schools in the Middle East but ideal for all. Could also act as a general introduction to younger students of all abilities. 1. Globalisation – Key Terms 2. Globalisation – Benefits 3. Globalisation – Negatives 4. Globalisation – Barriers 5. Globalisation – Case Study on United Arab Emirates 6. Globalisation – Food Miles 7. Globalisation – Immigration 8. Globalisation – Revision Guide Find more and the end of unit online test at www.wolseyacademy.com
WolseyAcademy
Macroeconomics - As - mini revision guide

Macroeconomics - As - mini revision guide

Macroeconomics type up very detailed about 5000 words and 22 pages. Goes through all you need to know for the ocr. Has tables with factors explained and challenged. The topics cover are: Introduction into the macroeconomic objectives Aggregate Demand Aggregate Demand Curve Aggregate Supply Macroeconomic Equilibrium
Osauwese
Xmas offer

Xmas offer

Christmas special. Business and eonomixs resources on offer ! Worth £31. Saving of 78%
jcolledge
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
jcolledge
American Money Digital Interactive Resource (Google Classroom / iPad / IWB)

American Money Digital Interactive Resource (Google Classroom / iPad / IWB)

DRAG AND DROP YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS with this quality INTERACTIVE DIGITAL RESOURCES designed to teach your students about UNITED STATES MONEY & COUNTING, ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, ROUNDING AND OTHER KEY MATHS CONCEPTS. GO PAPERLESS and make the most of all that technology in your classroom with this engaging EDITABLE resource that works across all digital devices shuch as iPad's, Chromebooks, Laptops and INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD RESOURCE Awesome money activities for primary school students including sorting mats, counting coins, coin identification, and coin value! There are 24 pre made templates of HOW MUCH CHANGE WILL I GET? and REPRESENT THIS AMOUNT TWO WAYS It also includes all Australian notes and coins as HIGH RESOLUTION CLIPART
Innovativeteachingideas
The Fantasy and Horror Collection 2

The Fantasy and Horror Collection 2

The Fantasy and Horror Collection 2 A collection of inspirational and fantasy and horror lessons and resources. See the links for further details. Visit my shop for more great lessons and resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish (Credits: cooltext.com, copyright free image: https://pixabay.com/en/fantasy-castle-cloud-sky-tower-782001/)
EngageinEnglish
Goods and Services

Goods and Services

This goods and services unit is JAM-PACKED with SO many activities for your students!!! :) Included: Book Suggestions Goods Poster Services Poster Goods and Services sort with a recording sheet (print on white card stock and laminate to use for a center/work-station) 4 Goods and Services Worksheets/Printables 2 Goods and Services Flap Books (choose the one that works best for you) My Goods and Services Booklet Goods and Services Writing Prompts/Papers Goods Bubble Map Services Bubble Map Goods and Services Assessment Thank you! ©Sara Rucker, Blossoming in First Grade
SaraRucker
Spending and Saving

Spending and Saving

This spending and saving unit is JAM-PACKED with SO many activities for your students!!! :) Included: Book Suggestions Spending Poster Saving Poster Income Poster Charitable Giving Poster Printable Classroom Money/Credit Cards Wallet (for students to make and hold their money in) Rewards Poster (EDITABLE file included so you can list your own rewards) Spending and Saving sort with a recording sheet (print on white card stock and laminate to use for a center/work-station or in a pocket chart) 5 Spending and Saving Worksheets/Printables 2 Spending and Saving Flap Books (choose the one that works best for you) Spending and Saving Mini-Booklet Spending and Saving Writing Prompts/Writing Papers Spending and Saving Assessment Thank you! ©Sara Rucker, Blossoming in First Grade
SaraRucker
KS3 KS4 Graphic Design - Brand Yourself - Logo Design - Introduction,  Initial Ideas L1

KS3 KS4 Graphic Design - Brand Yourself - Logo Design - Introduction, Initial Ideas L1

One of a series of Graphics 'Logo Design' lessons, where students are introduced to designing their own logo. In this first lesson, students are introduced to logo design, their importance/significance, colour psychology, and the design process as a whole. Student then begin to sketch out their initial ideas for their own logo. Lesson consists of starter> class discussions> colour psychology (sorting) task> main task> plenary. If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons of my 'Brand Yourself' graphics scheme. This scheme was designed for KS3 but could also be used with KS4 students.
elliottwalker
Mixed Wordsearch Bundle

Mixed Wordsearch Bundle

A bundle of wordsearches for wordsearch addicts! Various subjects, ideal to use as starters or extension tasks. £40.00 worth of resources for £12.00.
Rachel___
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
Danielle_M
Fun one off lessons

Fun one off lessons

Easy lessons to pull out when you haven't quite found the time to plan something. Lessons that add to their mathematical knowledge but can easily be slotted in mid topic. Some of these work perfectly for end of term lessons when students ask "Are we going to do something fun today?"
bdsouza1
GCSE Sociology Bundle: Work / Crime & Deviance

GCSE Sociology Bundle: Work / Crime & Deviance

This is for the legacy spec, brand new resources have been uploaded for the 2017 spec onwards. If you are teaching the new specification DO NOT BUT THIS RESOURCE: BUY OUR NEW STUFF! Go to www.GCSESOCIOLOGY.com for the latest resources! :D Complete teaching materials for GCSE Sociology Units: -The Sociology of Work -Crime & Deviance A bonus lesson on Marxism, Education and The Family. And two bonus ‘activity generator’ resources useful to any Sociology Teacher. Check-out some of my most popular resources! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
godwin86
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.
Mrs_costa
Horror Bundle Pack

Horror Bundle Pack

Excellent value, horror bundle complete lessons. See individual links for further details. (Image taken from shortlist.com)
EngageinEnglish
Development Dynamics - GCSE Geography 9-1  2016

Development Dynamics - GCSE Geography 9-1 2016

A full scheme of work with fully resourced lessons to deliver Edexcel/ Pearson's new 2016 GCSE Geography B specification on Development Dynamics. Comprehensive, 4 stage lessons which link learning to previous lessons, include keywords, maths skills and exam questions consistent with Edexcel's GCSE Geography B specification. Differentiated resources and progress checks included.
bbojangles
L2.7 - How TNCs create top-down growth

L2.7 - How TNCs create top-down growth

A whole lesson to teach the characteristics of top-down development projects and pros and cons of TNCs as a source of FDI for developing countries, using BT in India as a case study. Written to deliver a key topic in human economic geography, and core to the new GCSE Geography exam board specs on development for 2016. Activities include: Card sort on TNC factories as top-down development approaches, with pros and cons Diamond ranking on related government policies for development.
bbojangles
Should Britain Have Left the EU?

Should Britain Have Left the EU?

Should Britain have left the EU? Hugely topical writing to argue and persuade writing task based on the shock result of the EU referendum. Students get to offer their opinions on the result. 24 Page Power Point includes * Title pages * Lesson objectives * Prompt pages * Statistic pages * Immediate reactions * Positives and negatives * Writing prompt pages and review Guaranteed to engage! See my home page for more great lessons, bundles and resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish (Credits: all images taken from The Guardian and the BBC website.)
EngageinEnglish
Homework booklet: BRILLIANT BILLIONAIRES

Homework booklet: BRILLIANT BILLIONAIRES

Eight page booklet : define economic keywords, a page to research a billionaire, a SPAG exercise about entrepreneurs, a page to draw a picture reacting to the lyrics of 'Imagine', a moral dilemma based on finding a winning lottery ticket, a self-assessment of attitudes to wealth and poverty and finally a page of religious quotes regarding wealth which need pupil comments
pompey_rich
The Apocalypse - Creative Writing Dystopia

The Apocalypse - Creative Writing Dystopia

Complete, thoroughly engaging, creative writing lesson pack – three lessons in one! All resources included. Students get the opportunity to write their own apocalypse story. Lessons are carefully structured over three sessions so that students can build up their ideas before the main writing activity in lesson 3. This complete Power Point includes: Lesson 1: • Anagram starter and objectives (anagram within the objectives to add interest.) • Prompt to think about the type of story they might want to write. • An example of a blurb and blurb writing activity. • Interesting character activity where students have to select four images from eight and give them a character profile. Lesson 2: • Anagram starter and objectives (anagram within the objectives to add interest) and crossword starter. • Prompts to consider their story plan – characters, setting, problem and solution. • Prompt to write the first part of their story and spelling tip. • Interactive lesson plenary – key word chance. Lesson 3: • Lesson starter review. • Prompts to write the main writing activity with a review slide to break up the writing if required. • Interactive lesson plenary – key word chance 2. 60+ page Power Point! Please rate if you are happy with the lesson, thank you. (Credits: copyright free images from flickr.com) For more great resources and lessons, see my page here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish
EngageinEnglish
Place Value - read numbers including decimals (cross curricular numeracy_2)

Place Value - read numbers including decimals (cross curricular numeracy_2)

Six puzzles to support cross curricular numeracy in: French, Technology, Chemistry and Economics. Puzzles can be used as starters. Use the puzzles in different subject areas to identify a numeracy deficit connected to place value or issues of transference from mathematics to other subjects. Devices within the puzzle allow students to self monitor their work and correct errors. Students like to finish a puzzle, but they don’t always like the jokes they decode! Each puzzle also supports literacy. Students have to split the string of letters into recognisable words to answer the joke. If you find these resources useful there are more, search for: Place value - decimals (cross curricular numeracy_1 or_3). Keywords: cross curricular numeracy, resource, the decimal system, read decimal numbers, place value, units, tenths, hundredths, thousandths, decimal, un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, international joke day, degrees, potassium, oxygen, humus, tzatziki, dips, chocolate, balanced diet, bridge, La Seine, worksheet, numeracy deficit, transference (unlock untangle understand).
gmacphail
Cootie Catcher 8 question revision task (ICT Template in Word)

Cootie Catcher 8 question revision task (ICT Template in Word)

A Word adaptable Cootie Catcher. A fun resource to help pupils think of 8 key questions and answers to a specific topic. This Word template requires pupils to type their questions and answers following the prompts. I've also attached an exemplar on the Gunpowder Plot. Enjoy!
wodewee
A2 ECONOMICS: BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME

A2 ECONOMICS: BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME

92 page A2 Economics Revision Guide: Costs of production Marginal and average costs / Law of diminishing marginal returns Cost curve / The long run / Returns to scale / The long run cost curve Economies of scale / External economies of scale / Minimum efficient scale Diseconomies of scale / Revenue / Revenue curves Formulas for calculating costs and revenues / Profit maximisation Sales revenue maximisation / Sales volume maximisation The divorce of ownership and control / Evaluation of business objectives Market structures / Perfect competition Diagrams for perfect competition / Long run equilibrium – From supernormal profit to normal profit / From loss to normal profit Productive and allocative efficiency on a diagram / The demand and supply curve The shutdown point / Consumer surplus Monopoly / Origins/source of monopoly power Evaluation of monopolies / Diagram for a monopoly firm Comparison with perfect competition / The deadweight welfare loss diagram Natural monopolies / Exploitation under natural monopoly Evaluation of natural monopolies / Price discrimination First degree price discrimination / Second degree price discrimination Third degree price discrimination / Evaluation of price discrimination Oligopoly / The kinked demand curve (interdependence – 1) / Collusion Evaluation - Why do cartels fail? / Evaluation of cartels Contestable markets / Privatisation and deregulation Arguments for PPP / Arguments against PPP / Evaluation of privatisation Evaluation of deregulation / Internal markets / Competition policy Evaluation of competition policy / Industry regulators Price regulation / Market failure Environmental market failure / Methods of government intervention Regulation and legislation / Taxation / Emissions trading Property rights / Positive externalities – AS recap / Merit goods – AS recap Demerit goods – AS recap / Public goods – AS recap / Government failure Why does government failure occur? / Examples of government failure? The Labour market / Marginal Revenue Productivity Theory Elasticity of demand for labour / Supply of labour / Elasticity of supply for labour Backward bending labour supply curve / Imperfections in the real world Trade Unions / Monopsony / Evaluation of unions / Discrimination in the labour market Income wealth and poverty / The Lorenz curve Policies to tackle inequality and the uneven distribution of income and wealth Absolute poverty / Relative poverty / The poverty trap Evaluation / Horizontal and vertical equity / Cost Benefit Analysis Evaluation / Market structures – Overview
tulamiah
AS ECONOMICS: THE NATIONAL ECONOMY

AS ECONOMICS: THE NATIONAL ECONOMY

68 page AS Economics Revision Guide: Contents: Circular flow of income The objectives of the government Economic growth Unemployment How does the government measure unemployment? Costs to the economy from unemployment: Inflation Costs of inflation Causes of inflation RPI and CPI Deflation Exchange rates Evaluation points for exchange rates Balance of payments Why does the UK run a deficit on the balance of payments? Evaluation points Fiscal and monetary policy Evaluation of fiscal policy Interest rates Evaluation of interest rates The Economic Cycle Trend rate of growth Shifts in the aggregate demand curve The multiplier effect Evaluation of the multiplier The accelerator effect The Short Run Aggregate Supply Curve The Sticky Wage Theory The sticky price theory What shifts the SRAS curve? The distinction between short run and long run The Long Run Aggregate Supply Curve The output gap Supply side policies Evaluation of supply side policies Exam technique Common mistakes in exams Evaluation tips Examples of evaluation Weak Evaluation and Strong Evaluation Example of Developed Evaluation Essay plans Labour productivity Essay plans Savings
tulamiah
AS ECONOMICS: MARKETS AND MARKET FAILURE

AS ECONOMICS: MARKETS AND MARKET FAILURE

76 page Economics AS Revision Guide: Contents: EXAM TIPS: READ THIS When do you need to evaluate / How to evaluate Useful words for evaluation / The nature and purpose of economic activity Factors of production / Free and economic goods Profit / Example: Production Possibility Frontier / Opportunity Cost Opportunity cost and the PPF / Positive and Normative statements Examples of positive statements / Examples of normative statements: Demand and Supply / The Supply Curve Factors affecting supply / Demand curve / Factors affecting demand Price equilibrium / Composite demand / Joint demand / Joint supply Derived demand / Price mechanism / Price elasticity of demand Factors affecting PED / Elasticity of demand and total revenue Income elasticity of demand / Normal and luxury goods Inferior goods / Cross elasticity of demand / Complements Substitutes / Price elasticity of supply / Factors affecting PES Specialisation, division of labour and exchange / Benefits from specialisation Division of labour / The role of money / Economies of scale Internal economies of scale / External economies of scale Diseconomies of scale / Production, productivity and productive efficiency Labour productivity / Productive efficiency Market failure / Public goods / Quasi-Public goods Public goods and the valuation problem / Private goods Externalities / Negative externalities / Evaluation The disadvantages of using taxation to correct externalities The benefits of taxation / Taxation diagrams The use of tradable permits to tackle pollution Evaluation of permits / Other measures the government can use besides permits Positive externalities / Evaluation The disadvantages of using subsidies / Advantages of using a subsidy Subsidies diagram / Market failure and inequality Merit and demerit goods / Demerit goods Labour immobility and market failure / Occupational immobility Policies to improve occupational immobility: Geographical immobility / Policies to improve geographical mobility: Evaluation of policies to reduce immobility / Monopoly and market failure Evaluation of monopolies / Why do monopolies exist? Evaluation of monopolies - Advantages / Buffer stock schemes Advantages of using a buffer stock scheme / Evaluation of buffer stock schemes Minimum price / Evaluation of minimum price Maximum price / Advantages of maximum price Evaluation of maximum price Government intervention – Methods, benefits and drawbacks Government failure Why does government failure occur? Examples of government failure?
tulamiah
Brexit and the EU referendum

Brexit and the EU referendum

This unit of work covers understanding and analysis of this important and topical issue. Students are asked to evaluate the facts and give their opinion through a range of activities. This issue asks students to create poems to reflect their opinions. This resource is an issue that students cover in the Burnet News Club (www.burnetnewsclub.com) ----------- INTRODUCTION TO THE ISSUE The European Union (the EU for short) is a club with 28 member countries from Europe. Its purpose is mainly to make it easier for member countries to trade (buy and sell things) with each other. There are laws and rules that member countries have to follow. On June 23rd Britain will hold a referendum in which voters will choose whether to stay in or to leave the EU. The outcome will have a big effect on our economy, on politics and on Europe.
Economist_Foundation