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Dania Ewodage is my name. I am a Nigerian, married with children. A profession teacher with years of experience and certified by the C.I.E, I hold a BSc. and a Masters degrees both in economics and the U.K. Inst. of Marketing diploma. I am also a Consultant and Pastor.

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Dania Ewodage is my name. I am a Nigerian, married with children. A profession teacher with years of experience and certified by the C.I.E, I hold a BSc. and a Masters degrees both in economics and the U.K. Inst. of Marketing diploma. I am also a Consultant and Pastor.
Unit 6.1b -  Opportunity Cost & Production Possibility Curve - IGCSE Economics
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Unit 6.1b - Opportunity Cost & Production Possibility Curve - IGCSE Economics

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Whole Lesson: A whole lesson and this is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Economic syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. Parents can also use to help their children to improve on their performance. Lesson Objectives : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: • Unit 6.1b.1 define opportunity cost and analyse particular circumstances to illustrate the concept • demonstrate how production possibility curves can be used to illustrate choice and resource allocation. • do the ‘Class Activities’ Provided at the end of the presentation,
Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week 2 Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus
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Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week 2 Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

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LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to: • describe the principle of profit maximisation as a goal and recognise that business organisations may have different goals Lesson Plan. This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme.
Classifying Firms Growth of Firms Mergers & Economies of Scale 'ppt' IGCSE Bus Studies & Economics
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Classifying Firms Growth of Firms Mergers & Economies of Scale 'ppt' IGCSE Bus Studies & Economics

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Complete Lesson. Topic: Classifying Firms Growth of Firms Mergers & Economies of Scale. ‘ppt’ IGCSE Business Studies & Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions at the end. Answers provided. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of the lesson, the students should be able to; Classify firms - In terms of primary/secondary/tertiary sectors and private/public sector, and the relative size of firms. (NB: detailed knowledge of different types of structure of a firm is not required. Identify and describe small firms - their advantages and disadvantages, the challenges facing small firms and reasons for their existence. Causes and forms of the growth of firms - Internal growth, for example increased market share. External growth, for example mergers. Mergers - Examples, advantages and disadvantages of different types of mergers: horizontal, vertical, and conglomerate. How internal and external economies and diseconomies of scale can affect a firm/industry as the scale of production changes Do the Multiple Choice and Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
Globalisation, free trade, and protection, IGCSE Economics
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Globalisation, free trade, and protection, IGCSE Economics

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**A complete lesson. ** Globalisation, free trade, and protection, ‘ppt’ ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions at the end. Answers provided. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: 6.2.1 define globalization 6.2.2 identify the role of multinational companies MNCs and the costs and benefits to their host and home countries. 6.2.3 identify and explain the benefits of free trade for consumers, producers etc. 6.2.4 methods of protection - tariffs, import quotas, etc. 6.2.5 reasons for protection 6.2.6 consequences and effectiveness of protection and its impact on the home country and its trading partners.
Inflation  and deflation  Retail Price / Consumer Price Index 'ppt' IGCSE  Economics.
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Inflation and deflation Retail Price / Consumer Price Index 'ppt' IGCSE Economics.

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**A complete lesson. Inflation and deflation Retail Price /Consumer Price Index ‘ppt’ IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions Provided. Answers at the end. Lesson Objectives; At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; 4.8.1 define inflation and deflation - 4.8.2 - Measure inflation and deflation using the Retail Prices Index (RPI). 4.8.3 explain- causes of inflation: demand-pull and cost-push. Causes of deflation: demand-side and supply-side. 4.8.4 consequences of inflation and deflation - The consequences of inflation and deflation for consumers, workers, savers, lenders, firms and the economy as a whole. 4.8.5 policies to control inflation and deflation - the range of policies available to control inflation and deflation and how effective they might be.
Market Structure (Perfect Competition & Monopoly)IGCSE Economics
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Market Structure (Perfect Competition & Monopoly) IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the **Market Structure (Perfect Competition & Monopoly) IGCSE Economics. **. You will be able to engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: • 3.8.1 competitive markets - The effect of having a high number of firms on price, quality, choice, profit. Note: the theory of perfect and imperfect competition and diagrams are not required. • 3.8.2 monopoly markets - Characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of monopoly. Note: diagrams are not required. •Do the ‘Assignment’ and IGCSE Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors IGCSE Economics
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individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors IGCSE Economics

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A whole lesson on this topic written designed according to the recent syllabus. It covers the whole of IGCSE individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors syllabus June and November 2020 - 2022 and March 2020 - 2022 It is good for Teaching, engaging students with questions and answers to help students’ discover, understanding, preparing themselves as you guide them for the final IGCSE exams. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Workers: 3.3.1 factors affecting an individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors. 3.3.2 wage determination - The influences of demand and supply, relative bargaining power and government policy, including minimum wage. 3.3.3 reasons for differences in earnings - How changes in demand and supply, relative bargaining strengths, discrimination and government policy can all influence differences in earnings between workers whether they are: skilled/unskilled; primary/secondary/tertiary; male/female; private sector/public sector. Definition, drawing and interpretation of diagrams that illustrate the effects of changes in demand and supply in the labour market
Firms, Demand for Factors of Production, Productivity and production IGCSE Economics
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Firms, Demand for Factors of Production, Productivity and production IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** Firms, Demand for Factors of Production, Productivity and production IGCSE Economics**. You will be able to engage your students, relax and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 3.6.1 identify and explain what Influences demand for factors of production - include demand for the product, the price of different factors of production, their availability and their productivity. 3.6.2 labour-intensive and capital-intensive production - The reasons for adopting the different forms of production and their advantages and disadvantages. 3.6.3** production and productivity** - The difference between, and influences on, production and productivity. • Answer the ‘Multiple Choice Questions’ and do the ‘Class Activities 1’ provided at the end of the presentation.
Allocation of resources in market and mixed economic systems & the economy sectors.IGCSE Econom
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Allocation of resources in market and mixed economic systems & the economy sectors. IGCSE Econom

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Whole Lesson: A whole lesson and this is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Economic syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. Parents can also use to help their children to improve on their performance. Lesson Objectives : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: • Unit 6.2 a. describe the allocation of resources in market and mixed economic systems; describe the terms primary, secondary and service (tertiary) sector in an economy • Answer the ‘Interactive Questions’ and do the ‘Class Activities 1, 2, & 3.’ provided at the end of the presentation.
Environmental concerns and ethical issues IGCSE Business Studies
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Environmental concerns and ethical issues IGCSE Business Studies

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Complete lesson * 6.2 Environmental concerns and ethical issues, - global warming, pollution controls. ‘ppt’ IGCSE Business Studies. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions with Answers included. Lesson Objectives; 6.2.1 • How business activity can impact on the environment, e.g. global warming • The concept of externalities: possible external costs and external benefits of business decisions • Sustainable development; how business activity can contribute to this • How and why business might respond to environmental pressures and opportunities, e.g. pressure groups • The role of legal controls over business activity affecting the environment, e.g. pollution controls • Ethical issues a business might face: conflicts between profits and ethics • How business might react and respond to ethical issues, e.g. child labour.
‘The Current Account of The Balance of Payments’ IGCSE Economics and  Business Studies.
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‘The Current Account of The Balance of Payments’ IGCSE Economics and Business Studies.

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the **The Current Account of The Balance of Payments’ IGCSE Economics and Business Studies… **. You will be able to engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: 6.4.1 structure - The components of the current account of the balance of payments – trade in goods, trade in services, primary income and secondary income. Calculation of deficits and surpluses on the current account of the balance of payments and its component sections. 6.4.2 causes of current account deficit and surplus - Reasons for deficits and surpluses. 6.4.3 **consequences of current account deficit and surplus Impact on GDP, employment, inflation and foreign exchange rate. 6.4.4 policies to achieve balance of payments stability - The range of policies available to achieve balance of payments stability and how effective they might be. Do the Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
5.4 Differences in Economic Development  between Countries  IGCSE - Economics
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5.4 Differences in Economic Development between Countries IGCSE - Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** 5.4 Differences in Economic Development between Countries IGCSE - Economics. **. You will be able to engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: 5.2.1 define **absolute and relative poverty - The difference between the two terms. 5.2.2 the causes of poverty - The causes of poverty including unemployment, low wages, illness and age. 5.2.3 policies to alleviate poverty and redistribute income 5.4.1 identify and evaluate differences in economic development between countries. - Causes and impacts of differences in income; productivity; population growth; size of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors; saving and investment; education; and healthcare. Do the Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
Price Determination  - IGCSE Economics
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Price Determination - IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the Price Determination IGCSE Economics. You will be able to engage your students, relax and simply guide them as they work. Lesson Objectives: All students, should be able to: 2.5.1 Define market equilibrium, draw and interpret demand and supply schedules and curves used to establish equilibrium price and sales in a market. 2.5.2 Define market** disequilibrium** - draw and interpret demand and supply schedules and curves used to identify disequilibrium prices and shortages (demand exceeding supply) and surpluses (supply exceeding demand). • Answer the ‘Interactive Questions’ and do the ‘Class Activities 1’ provided at the end of the presentation.
Price elasticity of demand (PED) - IGCSE Economics
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Price elasticity of demand (PED) - IGCSE Economics

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**A complete lesson. ** Price elasticity of demand (PED) - IGCSE Economics, ‘ppt’ ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions at the end. Answers provided. Lesson Objectives; At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; Define price elasticity of demand (PED) Calculate PED using the formula and interpret the significance of the result. Draw and interpret demand curve diagrams to show different PED. Determinants of PED - The key influences on whether demand is elastic or inelastic. PED and total spending on a product/revenue -The relationship between PED and total spending on a product/revenue, both in a diagram and as a calculation. Significance of PED - The implications for decision making by consumers, producers and government.
Market Failure. Private & Social Costs & Benefits, ppt.IGCSE Economics
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Market Failure. Private & Social Costs & Benefits, ppt. IGCSE Economics

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**A complete lesson. ** Market Failure. Private & Social Costs & Benefits, ‘ppt’ ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions at the end. Answers provided. Lesson Objectives; At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; 2.10.1 define market failure - The key terms associated with market failure: public good, merit good, demerit good, social benefits, external benefits, private benefits, social costs, external costs, private costs. 2.10.2 causes of market failure - With respect to public goods, merit and demerit goods, external costs and external benefits, abuse of monopoly power and factor immobility. Examples of market failure with respect to these areas only. 2.10.3 consequences of market failure - The implications of misallocation of resources in respect of the over consumption of demerit goods and goods with external costs, and the under consumption of merit goods and goods with external benefits. Note: demand and supply diagrams relating to market failure are not required.
Money and Banking IGCSE Economics
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Money and Banking IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** Money and Banking IGCSE Economics **. You will be able to engage your students, relax and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives: All students, should be able to: Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 3.1.1 define, identify and explain **money - The forms, functions and characteristics of money. 3.1.2 banking - The role and importance of central banks and commercial banks for government, producers and consumers. Do the Multiple Choice & Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
Trade UnionsIGCSE Economics
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Trade Unions IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** Trade Unions IGCSE Economics. **. You will be able to engage your students, relax and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives: All students, should be able to: Contents: 3.4.1 definition of a trade union 3.4.2 the role of trade unions in the economy - Including engaging in collective bargaining on wages, working hours and working conditions; protecting employment; and influencing government policy. 3.4.3 the advantages and disadvantages of trade union activity - Factors influencing the strength of trade unions. From the viewpoint of workers, firms and the government. Do the Multiple Choice and Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.