120 slides for use in lessons which take students through the entire section of Learning Aim A (With the exception of foster care as I was unable to include this for my class. There are case studies for the assignment, work sheets and an interactive block buster game (template was downloaded from TES, content is my own). For student work sheets, there is a teacher’s copy with the answers for those who aren’t used to teaching this subject.
Useful for first time teachers of GCSE business, designed for my year 9 class. You will need to use it alongside the answer guide provided by AQA. There is a worksheet and an end of topic test, taken from the book but so that you can print it off. The slides also include ‘starter’ tasks, which if printed as ‘2 slides’ on 1 A4 page can easily be chopped down and given at the beginning of the lesson.
As a new teacher to A level law, I have needed to construct this teaching tool for ‘tort’ law. There are 94 slides in total on the powerpoint and a check list for student’s knowledge. Covering; The principles of liability and fault, the rules and principles of liability, the rules underpinning remedies, liability in negligence, duty of care, breach of duty, damage and all the cases that are needed for this specification.
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Teaching GCSE business for the first time this year, I am working through each section at a time. This is the first part of chapter one, created for my year 9 class. There are some activities built into the 54 slides. Some slides are duplicated. This is so that you can print two slides per A4 page and have those as a starter or mid-lesson activity and are the right size for sticking into exercise books.
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Developed for my year 11 students for CPLD level 2 exam unit, with a fantastic success rate! Lots of fun and interaction but all information is directly related to the exam unit. I would recommend setting the class out into 2 teams and having a timed competition.
Section 1 is a multiple choice for lower levels and engagement, section 2 is ‘true or false’ -a great opportunity for discussion as to why it is ‘true’ or ‘false’ , Section 3 requires full answers. I’d recommend using wipe boards or similar. Section 3 is designed as a game, where the chosen person from the team only can see the slides and they have to describe it to the rest of the team without saying the actual words.
This is a lesson I have created for my year 9 GCSE Business students, to give them an idea of running a business and working in teams. Very few resources are needed, you could use some every day household objects or ask students to find something in their bag to use.
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Included is teacher's power point with objectives, Scheme of work and task sheet - all written in line with Btec specification. You will need the level 2 text book for some of it. Resources are included.
I have collated all of my revision documents and a PowerPoint to take you through factors affecting human growth and development. The task on lifestyle choices is designed to be used as a carousel with a table to complete. The genetic inheritance slide refers to 'Holly Rosanna' - a free YouTube video you can access.