A range of multi-platform activities and resources to keep your KS5 pupils engaged Section A of Unit 3- Personal and Business Finance, BTEC L3 Business.
Power-points with teacher notes, class activities, worksheets and quizzes; suitable for classroom and/ or online teaching.
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A workbook based on all the financial calculations related to Unit 6: Finance for the new specification. It includes Cash Flow, Income Statements, Balance Sheets and Average Rate of Return. It also includes tips and a mark scheme.
An extensive resource pack of GCSE, AS and A Level revision notes and support materials. There is obviously some over lap as these materials also include the older resources for the legacy A Level but many boards still make use of these materials. The GCSE packs provide guidance for pupils who might be struggling with the more numerical aspects of the course and they have often proven useful as LS materials at a higher level. The pack also includes a couple of revision packs focused upon financial ratios and investment appraisal which A Level pupils should find very useful. They also come with answers and revision mind maps. Overall, a very good value pack for teachers and pupils alike.
This powerpoint and resources will cover Learning Aim E - Breakeven (Cash flow is also available)
This covers how to draw a breakeven graph, calculate the break even point, calculate contribution & contribution per unit, the usefulness of businesses conducting breakeven analysis - and some Unit 3 BTEC finance exam questions.
It is at a low price purely because I found this topic difficult to teach and over the years feel like I now have a very strong lesson that has been praised by colleagues and has done well under observations, I just want to share that with you! Please leave feedback if you liked the resources :)
10 different Business and Finance Escape Rooms in this Bundle of escape room challenges / resources and lessons. This is a huge collection of unique digital print and play escape rooms. Every student loves to solve a mystery.
These new escape room activities will not only improve students knowledge of Business and Finance but will also hone their problem solving skills, build up their teamwork and leadership skills and allow opportunities to show creativity and resilience.
Each escape room comes with a matching digital ppt presentation that the teacher can use to track progress by all the teams and create a real sense of competition
The resources come in editable format so you can amend and make changes to some of the puzzles if you wish.
Contents of the Business and Finance Super Escape Room Bundle
Business Escape Room
Business escape room
Business in the Real World
GCSE Business Escape Room
Organisation + Structure GCSE Business
Motivation + Training GCSE Business
Brexit and Coronavirus - GCSE Business
Production and Procurement
Finance - GCSE Business
Influences on Businesses
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What does each of the ten escape rooms come with?
☞ Escape Room Interactive Tracker PowerPoint - Keeps the competitive nature on display
☞ Escape Room Puzzle Keys (Six Sets for Six Teams)
☞ Escape Room Team sheet - Record codes, answers clues as they progress through the 7 rooms
☞ Escape Room Puzzles (7 Rooms = 7 Different styles of Puzzles)
☞ Teacher Answer Sheet - Quickly confirm to teams they have solved the puzzle correctly
☞ Teacher instructions of how to set up the escape room and what to print and top tips and shortcuts.
☞ Successful Escape Certificates for those that complete the entire challenge (There is a difficult bonus escape too :) for any quick teams
☞ The 7 Rooms each have a specific Puzzle that has been adapted to suit the topic of this Escape Room and is suitable for secondary Students
☞ 10 Bonus subject based questions per escape room
☞ 5 Bonus snippets of ‘Did you know’ facts and revision knowledge
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A bundle of Business Studies worksheets/ note sheets for students to complete during class or as part of a homework task. Tasks are included in the sheets.
The worksheets included are:
Cash flow forecasting
Fixed and variable costs
Sources of finance
The latest in the new series of PowerPoint resources aimed at assisting teachers with the delivery of the WJEC/Eduqas A-level Business specification but it is suitable for all boards. These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component One topic of business finance. They analyse the benefits and drawbacks for the various internal and external sources of finance available to entrepreneurs and SMEs. The main external sources examined include venture capital; share capital; commercial mortgages; sale and leaseback; bank loans; overdrafts; government assistance; trade credit and leasing and hire purchase. The internal focus considers working capital; retained profit and the sale of assets. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions and also a practice essay (both with solutions). In addition to the main PowerPoint a PDF copy of the notes has been provided to assist with pupil hand outs.
This pack of resources has been made for the Finance unit of GCSE Business. It is primarily written for the OCR (9-1) course, but could easily be used for other exam boards as it includes most of the usual content for this topic (details below). All resources are in Microsoft Word format (so that you can amend them if you wish).
The following resources are included:
2 x Mini Assessments (multiple choice & 2-4 point questions; totalling 20 marks each) + Model Answers.
2 x Extended Answer Assessments (9 mark questions) + Model Answers.
End of Unit Assessment (a range of multiple choice, short and extended questions; totalling 30 marks) + Model Answers.
Revision Booklet – blank version for students to fill the gaps + completed version.
4 x Class Activities on ARR, Break-Even, Sources of Finance, and Revenue, Costs Profit & Loss + Model Answers.
Mind Map for unit – to be completed by students.
You are welcome to print / copy these resources for your students, or put on your internal VLE – but please do not share with other institutions or put on an external website.
The following concepts are covered:
■ 5.1 The role of Finance
■ 5.2 Sources of Finance
■ 5.3 Revenue, costs, profit & loss
■ 5.4 Break-even
■ 5.5 Cash & cash-flow
15 HOURS UNIT (more just added!)- Bank Accounts, Tax, Debt, Budgeting! 50x resources in 14 lesson packs. Well differentiated to three challenge levels - all hour hong powerpoints come with clear LOs, starters, plenaries, accompanying clips and worksheets. Created by EC Publishing - who recently made the Bank of England's financial education resources.
1. Income and Expenditure Introduction- credit and debit
2. Budgeting - being financially savvy and keeping to a personal budget
3. Payslips, tax and national insurance.
4. Public money - how it's spent nationally and locally.
5. Saving, investing and pensions - how to plan for a secure financial future.
6. Personal finance and debt- managing your finances sensibly.
7. Financial products- debit cards, loans, credit cards, bank accounts, what are they for and how do we use them.
9. Money Laundering - what is it and why shouldn't we do it.
10. Financial Products, loans, avings and management.
11. Independent living - with a focus on being financially literate and self-sufficient.
12. What are payday loans and why are these so risky?
13. Why do I need to know about pensions?
14. Buying or renting? Cars and houses.
Variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core. Suitable for secondary - all editable.
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Differentiated to 3 levels or 4 levels where possible
Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above
Credit to BBC for clip and links
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An engaging ‘Harry Potter’ themed Enterprise activity. Students (KS3/KS4) work in groups to complete a very hands on Business/ Finance Challenge.
The resource involves two main tasks-
1- A location challenge, concluding with in each team being given a Harry Potter themed business name.
2- Ice Cream challenge- students will need to demonstrate a range of skills including team-work, communication, finance and strategic thinking; whilst making and selling ice cream tubs from a range of materials.
The overall aim is to make as much profit as possible. Lesson time Approx. 1hr 30 minutes (timings can be adjusted).
This resource pack includes a power-point presentation with suggested timings and clear instructions, a calculations sheet (for printing) and an activity template (for printing). Suitable for small groups of 4/5/6, classroom or year group.
Please note: To make the most of this activity you will need around 40 small ice cream tubs, 40 plastic spoons and 200 cotton balls; for a group of 30 students.
Profit is one of the most important concepts for students to understand when teaching the finance topics for GCSE Business.
This lesson aims to help improve your students’ understanding of price, sales, revenue, costs and profit, as well as help them to calculate the profit/loss of a business. This lesson will also develop students’ key analysis and judgement skills by recommending ways how a business can improve its profit
This resource is thoroughly recommended for all centres, particularly for final revision before exams. It will encourage students to become more confident answering ‘profit’ type calculations and questions, and it comes complete with differentiated tasks for lower and more able students, as well as a PowerPoint Presentation and Lesson Plan, making it a great resource for a Lesson Observation.
A new range of materials aimed at supporting teachers of the AQA A Level in Business. This presentation is designed to cover the topic of making financial decisions with a specific focus upon sources of finance. It considers some of the main types of internal and external sources of finance available to a business. These include debt factoring, share capital, venture capital, crowdfunding, hire purchase, working capital, sale of assets, trade credit, overdrafts, bank loans, government finance and commercial mortgages. The presentation examines each source of finance and analyses both their specific benefits and drawbacks. It also looks at which source of finance is the most appropriate for a firm, and considers the legal structure of the firm, the intended purpose of the finance and the levels of risk that a firm’s management are prepared to accept. The pack contains the Quick Fire Five knowledge questions, a short objective test, and an essay question all complete with suggested answers. This pack also includes a FREE copy of the student revision notes for this section of the course.
A spin on the classic TV series- Mastermind. This resource offers a comprehensive revision tool for BTEC L3 in Business: Unit 3- Personal and Business Finance. Suitable as a whole class, group or individual activity
Electronic score counter
6 Topics*, 100+ questions
Full set of answers
Students go against the clock, with 60 seconds to answer questions on their ‘specialist subject’-
If offered as a group activity, the highest scorers progress to a final round, where they will be asked a series of mixed questions. Feel free to add your own questions.
The purpose of accounting
Sources of finance
Break-even & cash flow forecasts
Managing personal finance
The personal finance sector
1 hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, well differentiated, KS3/ KS4. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each.
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About this item
An interactive escape room lesson about sources of finance. Six fun task cards are included that explore both internal and external sources of finance. The lesson provides a fun and interactive introduction to the main sources of finance in business.
Six task cards to complete the escape room relating to sources of finance
PowerPoint with starter and plenary
Answer sheet for teacher
Answer sheet for students
Revision booklet for Finance Unit of Applied Business GCSE.
I have compiled this from resources on http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/ngfl/bus_studies/ so thanks to Suzanne John & Lynne Williams (hope you dont mind me using your resources)