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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.
Economic issues;  Business cycle, Government control,  Lesson Plan 'MS Word' IGCSE Business Studies
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Economic issues; Business cycle, Government control, Lesson Plan 'MS Word' IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: conomic issues; Business cycle, Government control, etc. - ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Identify and explain the Business cycle: •• Main stages of the business cycle, e.g. growth, boom, recession, slump. •• Impact on businesses of changes in employment levels, inflation and Gross Domestic Product (GDP). How government control over the economy affects business activity and how businesses may respond: •• Identify government economic objectives, e.g. increasing Gross Domestic Product (GDP) •• Impact of changes in taxes and government spending •• Impact of changes in interest rates •• How businesses might respond to these changes. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson topic by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Motivating employees Taylor and Herzberg Methods, etc. Lesson Plan  'MS word  IGCSE Business Studies
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Motivating employees Taylor and Herzberg Methods, etc. Lesson Plan 'MS word IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: - Motivating employees Taylor and Herzberg Methods, etc. ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Understand the importance of a well-motivated workforce: •• Why people work and what motivation means •• The benefits of a well-motivated workforce: labour productivity, reduced absenteeism and labour turnover •• The concept of human needs, e.g. Maslow’s hierarchy •• Key motivational theories: Taylor and Herzberg Methods of motivation: •• Financial rewards, e.g. wage, salary, bonus, commission and profit sharing •• Non-financial methods, e.g. job enrichment, job rotation, team working, training, opportunities for promotion/ •• Recommend and justify appropriate method(s) of motivation in given circumstances. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson topic by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Leadership styles and Trade unions Lesson Plan IGC  'MS word doc.' SE Business Studies
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Leadership styles and Trade unions Lesson Plan IGC 'MS word doc.' SE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Leadership styles and Trade unions - ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Define the various Leadership styles and describe the features of the main leadership styles, e.g. autocratic, democratic and laissez-faire. Recommend and justify an appropriate leadership style in given circumstances. Trade unions: Describe what a trade union is and the effects of employees being union members. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson topic by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Organisational charts and The role of management. Lesson Plan  'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies
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Organisational charts and The role of management. Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Organisational charts and The role of management - ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Draw, interpret and understand simple organisational charts: •• Simple hierarchical structures: span of control, levels of hierarchy, chain of command •• Roles and responsibilities of directors, managers, supervisors, other employees in an organization and inter-relationships between them. The role of management: •• Functions of management, e.g. planning, organising, coordinating, commanding and controlling •• Importance of delegation; trust versus control. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson topic by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Statement of financial position Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies
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Statement of financial position Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Statement of financial position - ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Identify the main elements of a statement of financial position: •• The main classifications of assets and liabilities, using examples. Interpret a simple statement of financial position and make deductions from it, e.g. how a business is financing its activities and what assets it owns, sale of inventories to raise finance (constructing statements of financial position will not be assessed) NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson topic by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Production of goods & services - Lean production,  Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies
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Production of goods & services - Lean production, Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Production of goods and services - Lean production, etc. ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Explain the meaning of production: •• Managing resources effectively to produce goods and services •• Difference between production and productivity •• Benefits of increasing efficiency and how to increase it, e.g. increasing productivity by automation and technology, improved labour Skills •• Why businesses hold inventories •• The concept of lean production: how to achieve it, e.g. just-in-time inventory control and Kaizen; benefits of lean production The main methods of production: •• Features, benefits and limitations of job, batch and flow production •• Recommend and justify an appropriate production method for a given situation How technology has changed production methods, e.g. using computers in design and Manufacturing. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Recruitment, selection and training of employees Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies
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Recruitment, selection and training of employees Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Recruitment, selection and training of employees - ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Explain the Recruitment and selecting employees: •• Recruitment and selection methods. •• Difference between internal recruitment and external recruitment •• Main stages in recruitment and selection of employees •• Recommend and justify who to employ in given circumstances •• Benefits and limitations of part-time employees and full-time employees. The importance of training and the methods of training: •• Importance of training to a business and to employees •• Benefits and limitations of induction training, on-the-job training and off-the-job training Why reducing the size of the workforce might be necessary: •• Difference between dismissal and redundancy with examples •• Understand situations in which downsizing the workforce might be necessary, e.g. automation or reduced demand for products •• Recommend and justify which employees to make redundant in given circumstances. Legal controls over employment issues and their impact on employers and employees. •• Legal controls over employment contracts, unfair dismissal, discrimination, health and safety, legal minimum wage NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson by adjusting the topics and objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Types of business organisation  Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies
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Types of business organisation Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: - Types of business organisation ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Identify the types of business organization. The main features of different forms of business organisation: •• Sole traders, partnerships, private and public limited companies, franchises and joint ventures •• Differences between unincorporated businesses and limited companies •• Concepts of risk, ownership and limited liability •• Recommend and justify a suitable form of business organisation to owners/management in a given situation •• Business organisations in the public sector, e.g. public corporations. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Classification of businesses Lesson Plan. 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies
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Classification of businesses Lesson Plan. 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Classification of businesses - ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Classify Business activity in terms of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors: •• Basis of business classification, using examples to illustrate the classification •• Reasons for the changing importance of business classification, e.g. in developed and developing economies. Classify business enterprises between private sector and public sector in a mixed economy. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Costs, scale of production and break-even analysis. 'MS word doc. Lesson Plan IGCSE Business Studies
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Costs, scale of production and break-even analysis. 'MS word doc. Lesson Plan IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Costs, scale of production and break-even analysis - ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Define, identify and classify costs and classify costs using examples. - Use cost data to help make simple cost-based decisions, - Describe the concepts of economies and diseconomies of scale: with examples. - Construct, complete or amend a simple break-even chart • Interpret a given chart and use it to analyse a situation • Calculate break-even output from given data • Define, calculate and interpret the margin of safety • Use break-even analysis to help make simple decisions, e.g. impact of higher price • Understand the limitations of break-even analysis. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Firms Costs Revenue and Objectives IGCSE Economics
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Firms Costs Revenue and Objectives IGCSE Economics

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**A complete lesson. ** Firms Costs Revenue and Objectives ‘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 costs of production -Total cost (TC), average total cost (ATC), fixed cost (FC), variable cost (VC), average fixed cost (AFC), average variable cost (AVC). Note: marginal cost not required. Calculate the costs of production -Calculation of TC, ATC, FC, VC, AFC and AVC. Definition, drawing and interpretation of diagrams that show how changes in output affect costs of production. Define revenue - Total revenue (TR) and average revenue (AR). Note: marginal revenue is not required. Calculate revenue - Calculate TR and AR. The influence of sales on revenue. Objectives of firms - Survival, social welfare, profit maximisation and growth.
Organisational Structure, Role of Management and Delegation IGCSE Business Studies
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Organisational Structure, Role of Management and Delegation IGCSE Business Studies

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**A complete lesson. ** Organisational Structure Role of Management and Delegation ‘ppt’ IGCSE Business Studies syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Answers at the end. Lesson Objectives; At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; Draw, interpret and understand simple organisational charts. Hierarchical structures: span of control, levels of hierarchy, chain of command. Identify and describe the role of management - the roles and responsibilities of directors, managers, supervisors, other employees in an organization. Functions of management, e.g. planning, organising, coordinating, commanding and controlling. Importance of delegation; trust versus control.
Fiscal policy ppt & Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics and Bus Studies.
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Fiscal policy ppt & Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics and Bus Studies.

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description & Content: Define the budget. Identify and explain reasons for government spending. reasons for taxation Classification of taxes. Principles of taxation. Pmpact of taxation- definition of fiscal policy. Fiscal policy measures and effects of fiscal policy on government macroeconomic aims.
Globalisation, Free Trade and Protection ppt & Lesson Plan
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Globalisation, Free Trade and Protection ppt & Lesson Plan

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Bundle: description & Content: Role of multinational companies (MNCs) and the costs and benefits. The benefits of free trade for consumers, producers and the economy in a variety of countries. Methods of protection. Reasons for protection - Consequences of protection and its impact on the home country and its trading partners.
Business and the international economy Lesson Plan IGCSE Business Studies
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Business and the international economy Lesson Plan IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Business and the international economy- ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; The importance of Globalisation: •• The concept of Globalisation and the reasons for it. •• Opportunities and threats of Globalisation for businesses. •• Why governments might introduce import tariffs and import quotas. Reasons for the importance and growth of multinational companies (MNCs): •• Benefits to a business of becoming a multinational and the impact on its stakeholders. •• Potential benefits to a country and/or economy where a MNC is located, e.g. jobs, exports, increased choice, investment •• Potential drawbacks to a country and/or economy where a MNC is located, e.g. reduced sales of local businesses, repatriation of profits The impact of exchange rate changes: •• Depreciation and appreciation of an exchange Rate •• How exchange rate changes can affect businesses as importers and exporters of products, e.g. prices, competitiveness, profitability (exchange rate calculations will not be assessed) NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Inflation and deflation Power point and Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics
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Inflation and deflation Power point and Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics

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Bundle: description & Content: Measurement of inflation and deflation using the Consumer Prices Index (CPI). 4.8.3 causes of inflation and deflation - 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.
Price Changes IGCSE Economics
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Price Changes IGCSE Economics

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**A complete lesson. ** * Price Changes, ‘ppt’ IGCSE Economics syllabus. * Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions and Answers at the end. Lesson Objectives; At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; 2.6.1 identify and explain causes of price changes - Changing market conditions as causes of price changes. 2.6.2 identify and explain consequences of price changes - Demand and supply diagrams to be used to illustrate these changes in market conditions and their consequences for equilibrium price and sales.
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.