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AS/A-level Economics Themed Multiple Choice Collections 3

AS/A-level Economics Themed Multiple Choice Collections 3

Here is one more set of 20 multiple-choice questions (with answers) taken from old spec AQA Economics (ECON1) papers organised by theme/topic to support the teaching of the new spec AQA Economics course. [The same topics will be relevant to other boards/specifications also.] Unlike the other six sets these are questions that appeared in the old AS paper relate to topics that are no longer assessed at AS-level. They are useful though as these topics remain in the full A-level course and can feature in the multiple-choice part of Paper 3. CONTENTS 4 x questions on Income & Wealth 16 x questions on marginal private costs/benefits and marginal social costs/benefits
Gaspode74
Economies of Central America and the Caribbean Research Project Bundle

Economies of Central America and the Caribbean Research Project Bundle

The unit plan allows students to learn about the world economy by looking at one region, Central America and the Caribbean Students will be working collaboratively to research one country of Central America or the Caribbean, while building their digital literacy and writing proficiency. Upon completion of their research, groups will create a television advertisement to persuade others to visit their country. Discussion questions are provided in both English and Spanish, to allow the opportunity to have a dual language conversation in your classroom. The Spanish option can be edited out. Research will require access to a source for gaining information. Effective online sources include The World Book Encyclopedia, the Britannica Encyclopedias, or the online tool CultureGrams. If these are not available to you, another online option is Google’s search engine for students, www.safesearchkids.com. You will also need a source for students to create and edit their videos. If iMovie or Windows Movie Maker are not available to you a free online video editing option is WeVideo. If this is not an option students can present their commercial orally instead of on a video.
EverythingELL
Behavioural Economics

Behavioural Economics

This is written with close reference to the AQA economics specification. Intended to be used as a class worksheet.
spain101
AWESOME MEDIA FILM INSTITUTION REVISION POSTER

AWESOME MEDIA FILM INSTITUTION REVISION POSTER

Use for GCSE, AS or A2 ACHIEVE A*'s with this AWESOME A3 FILM REVISION POSTER - INSTITUTION Revision poster for any media subject, any board that focuses on the key principles of INSTITITUTION in Film or Moving image. This can be used for an A3 or larger display around the classroom, or as A4 revision crib sheets for your students. Keywords, media language, theories, quotes and examples on one sheet: Institution Conglomerate Subsidiary Division Capitalism Trickle Down Economics Individual Material Gain Illusion of choice Hegemony Consent Coercion Dominant Ideology Preferred Reading Gramsci Theory Hegemonic Form Cultural Hegemony Ideology Guaranteed to help your students achieve an A* last year I achieved 100% pass rate with a very similar poster. I will be giving this out to all my students.
MediaShop
AS/A-level Economics Themed Multiple Choice Collections 2

AS/A-level Economics Themed Multiple Choice Collections 2

Here are the second 3 sets of 20 multiple-choice questions (with answers) taken from old spec AQA Economics (ECON1) papers organised by theme/topic to support the teaching of the new spec AQA Economics course. [The same topics will be relevant to other specifications also.] They are resources that I have pulled together to support my own teaching and so the "section numbers" in the file names correspond to my teaching order and corresponding Powerpoint resources (also available on TES). CONTENTS Collection 4 : Production, Costs, Revenue and Profit Collection 5 : Market Structures, Monopolies, Price and Market Failure Collection 6 : Externalities, Government Intervention and Government Failure
Gaspode74
Persuasive Speeches- Speaking and Listening- Persuasive Writing

Persuasive Speeches- Speaking and Listening- Persuasive Writing

3 lesson that should be taught in sequence lasting 6 hours. Analysing different speeches including, Martin Luther King, Winston Churchill and more movie based speeches such as; Armageddon... This bundle aims to give students the knowledge of speeches needed to create their own either written persuasive piece or for a speaking and listening assessment. Enjoy!
kirstygemmell2809
Persuasive Speeches- Winston Churchill. (Beaches speech)

Persuasive Speeches- Winston Churchill. (Beaches speech)

This lesson covers two hours looking at 2 of the most famous speeches of Winston Churchill. Originally taught at high ability KS3 it can also be used at KS4 in preparation for the speaking and listening assessment. The lesson includes: -Printed versions of the speech -Context of W.Churchill -Group work- annotations of the speeches -Teacher grid of techniques and effects used in the speeches - Supported sentence starters to enable students to answer the GCSE styled question "How is persuasive language used to show the writer's opinion of war?" -A YouTube clip linking to the speeches -Peer assessment
kirstygemmell2809
Causes of market failure: externalities; public goods; asymmetric information

Causes of market failure: externalities; public goods; asymmetric information

The resource contextually considers three causes of market failure. Externalities focuses on market failure of over and under consumption and production. Public goods considers the characteristics public and private goods, quasi goods and the free rider problem. The presentation will last approximately and worksheets will last approximately five hours. The worksheet attached as an excellent summary/revision tool that allows students to understand the similarities and differences of the four main externalities diagrams with some useful hints such as how to show the welfare loss triangle. The other sheet provided is the complete teacher version of the externalities worksheet.
a.colgrave
AS/A-level Economics Themed Multiple Choice Collections 1

AS/A-level Economics Themed Multiple Choice Collections 1

Here are the first 3 sets of 20 multiple-choice questions (with answers) taken from old spec AQA Economics (ECON1) papers organised by theme/topic to support the teaching of the new spec AQA Economics course. [The same topics will be relevant to other specifications also.] They are resources that I have pulled together to support my own teaching and so the "section numbers" in the file names correspond to my teaching order and corresponding Powerpoint resources (also available on TES). CONTENTS Collection 1 : The Fundamental Economic Problem - Scarcity - Opportunity Cost - PPFs Collection 2 : Demand and Demand Elasticities Collection 3 : Supply, Supply Elasticity, Equilibrium, Interrelation of Markets
Gaspode74