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Price Elasticity of Demand

Price Elasticity of Demand

A powerpoint presentation and lesson plan on Price Elasticity of demand, how it is calculated and why it is important. With timers on several slides, it is a practical and innovative approach to illustrating the concept using rubber bands and erasers - these help to explain it like never before and make for novelty gifts at the end of the lesson! The method is thoroughly explained in the lesson plan with additional slides that can be used for differentiation.
rhema24
Economics: Lesson 17 - Production Possibility Frontiers / Curves (+ worksheet)

Economics: Lesson 17 - Production Possibility Frontiers / Curves (+ worksheet)

This presentation contains a whole lesson! UPDATED Specifically, this lesson is for teaching ... PPF / PPC with diagrams, explanations etc.. I have used the PowerPoint slides to structure the lesson, specifically slides to prompt/force myself to ask those key questions at the right moments, slides to explain key words with short and easy explanations, prompts for me the teacher when to use the different activities, games, handouts, articles etc... that make the lesson up as well. All the teaching presentations, include starters and plenaries, normally a quick discussion, but sometimes something else. All the additional worksheets etc... that are prompted in the presentations should be located in the free section under handouts. If you struggle to find a handout that is obviously part of the lesson, then please ask and I can get it uploaded again or emailed across directly. Note: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
ajf43
A Level Business/Economics Price Elasticity of Supply Lesson (PeS)

A Level Business/Economics Price Elasticity of Supply Lesson (PeS)

Covers calculation, interpretation, definition and is full of discussion points! Also includes resource pack for students to assess to answer a 12 or 25 Mark Question: Discuss to what extent supply of housing in the UK is Price Inelastic. Include at least one appropriate diagram within your answer (12) ‘An increase in price will lead to producers increasing quantity supplied of their good or service’ To what extent do you agree with this statement? Make reference to an industry of your choice within your answer (25)
teacher4l1fe
Unit 15 Cambridge Technicals Business Level 3 - Complete 4.1 section - worksheets, essays & answers

Unit 15 Cambridge Technicals Business Level 3 - Complete 4.1 section - worksheets, essays & answers

Unit 15 Cambridge Technicals Business Level 3 Complete 4.1 section - all topics covered in 4.1 of Unit 15 Includes: Worksheets, essays & answers sheets Pack contains (all with answer sheets): 4.1a - Impacts of change - Product Life Cycle worksheet + answers 4.1b - Impacts of change - Research & Development worksheet + answers 4.1c - Impacts of change - Training worksheet + answers 4.1d - Impacts of change - Recruitment & Selection worksheet + answers 4.1e - Impacts of change - Cost & Profit Implications worksheet + answers 4.1f - Impacts of change - New Opportunities worksheet + answers 4.1g - Impacts of change - Physical Resource Needs worksheet + answers
halofire