GCSE Economics Revision QuizQuick View
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GCSE Economics Revision Quiz

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50 Question multiple choice revision quiz for GCSE Economics. Ideal class activity testing knowledge and understanding of content from different parts of the specification. Suitable for students who have completed or nearly completed the course as part of a revision lesson and helps with developing memory recall skills. Fully editable with ‘Ask me’ to give all students opportunities to answer. The quiz makes use of a 15 second timer to encourage quick thinking and improve speed of knowledge recall, after which the question is covered, only leaving the possible answers. Incorrect answers chosen are highlighted red to provide instant feedback to the students during the quiz and allowing for opportunities to discuss the correct answer. When playing the presentation, the quiz is navigated by on-screen buttons to encourage students to answer all questions rather than skipping through to ensure that they are familiar with these topics and consolidate their learning across the course. This also provides opportunities for students to identify areas of weakness where they need to focus their revision.
A-Level - Economics - Micro & Macro - Diagrams SummaryQuick View
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A-Level - Economics - Micro & Macro - Diagrams Summary

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*** NEW RESOURCE!*** *** SPECIAL EDITION *** The perfect revision source for students looking to secure their knowledge on the essential stuff in A-Level Economics Year 1 (or any other higher education) A ONE-STOP REVISION SOURCE ON A SINGLE PIECE OF A4 PAPER! Included in this resource is: Diagrams Summary: Micro: Supply & Demand Different Elasticities Production Possibility Frontier (PPF) Information Failure Negative & Positive Externalities Price Floor Price Ceiling DIAGRAMMATIC EXPLANATIONS FOR ALL MICRO DIAGRAMS INCLUDED Macro: AD/AS Curves Long-run Aggregate Supply (LRAS) Demand-pull Inflation Cost-push Inflation Circular Flow of Income PPF and Unemployment Economic Cycle Philips Curve DIAGRAMMATIC EXPLANATIONS FOR ALL MACRO DIAGRAMS INCLUDED Whether it be a student or teacher, having all the necessary information on a single sheet is perfect for revision material. This resource is optimised for the AQA specification; however it is also appropriate and extremely useful for other boards including OCR, Edexcel, WJEC, Eduqas and many more.
Economics Diagrams (A Level Full Set)Quick View
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Economics Diagrams (A Level Full Set)

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This PowerPoint contains 64 key diagrams for the A Level Economics Course. They are high-resolution and can be printed up to A1 size. You can also save the slides as image files by following the steps in the first slide. The diagrams are annotated with important concepts and points. There is also a bonus of five 'blank' diagrams which have the lines but no annotations or correct labels (they are marked up with simple letters). These can be used as activities where students have to either replace the letter with the correct label or give the letters which correspond to a particular concept. This pack contains the following diagrams: Year 1 Microeconomics - Straight line PPF - Opportunity cost on a PPF - Curved PPF - Growth on a PPF - Technology gain on a PPF (single good output increase) - Efficiency on a PPF - Market equilibrium - Increase in demand - Price elasticity of demand - Price elasticity of demand and revenue - Increase in supply - Price mechanism - Consumer surplus - Minimum price - Maximum price - Negative externality of production - Positive externality of consumption - Incidence of flat rate tax - Incidence of ad valorum tax - Incidence of subsidy Year 2 Microeconomics - Revenue maximisation - Economies of scale (including minimum efficient scale and diseconomies of scale) - Perfect competition - Profit maximisation in an imperfect market - Long run monopolistically competitive market - Oligopoly (simple) - kinked AR curve - Oligopoly (complex) - kinked AR curve and vertical discontinuity in MR curve - Static efficiencies in an imperfect market - Shut down points - Dynamic efficiency - Natural monopoly - Labour demand - Individual labour supply (backward bending labour supply curve) - Market labour supply - Labour market equilibrium - Impact of trade union - Monopsony - Bi-lateral monopoly - Discrimination Year 1 Macroeconomics - Reasons for downward sloping AD - Factors affecting AD - Factors affecting AS (short run and long run) - Economic cycle - Negative output gap (cyclical unemployment) - Positive output gap - Cost push inflation - Demand pull inflation - Hysteresis - The Keynesian LRAS - Macroeconomic policies Year 2 Macroeconomics - Inequality (Lorenz Curve & Gini Coefficient) - Comparative advantage (shown with PPF) - Gains of trade - Trade creation - Trade diversion - Floating exchange rate determination - Impact of depreciation on trade balance (J-Curve) - Impact of tariff - Impact of quota - Impact of import reducing subsidy - Guaranteed minimum price - Buffer stock scheme - Increasing money supply (QE)
Urban Change in the UK: Economic opportunities in LondonQuick View
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Urban Change in the UK: Economic opportunities in London

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AQA GCSE Geography lesson for the new specification Unit 2A: In this lesson we look at economic opportunities in London, focusing on the regeneration of the London Docklands. We start with a photo interpretation of the London Docklands in the late 1970s. The pupils start to think about why the area has declined and how it might affect the residents. We then introduce the concept of urban regeneration and start by looking at the history of the Docklands and the pupils complete spray diagram of reasons why the area feel into disuse. We then look at the London Docklands Development Corporation (LDDC) and the pupils create an annotated diagram ‘the road to regeneration’ using information from the board. Once we have completed the diagram we tackle a 6-mark question on economic improvements in a HIC city. The pupils do have some help with some points to get them going if they need it. In a nutshell lesson includes: Photo interpretation starter Several tasks around the London Dockland’s and the LDDC Video clips where appropriate GCSE-style question with guidance Hope this saves you some valuable planning time. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
A Level Economics essay plansQuick View
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A Level Economics essay plans

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Over 125 pages of essay plans on the following A Level Economics topics: Price determination in a competitive market Production, costs and revenue Market structures (perfect competition, imperfectly competitive markets and monopoly) The labour market The distribution of income and wealth: poverty and inequality The market mechanism, market failure and government intervention in markets How the macroeconomy works : the circular flow of income, AD/AS analysis, and related concepts Economic performance Fiscal policy and financial markets Monetary policy Written specifically for AQA but suitable for any exam board.
ECONOMICS - MICRO - HUGE BUNDLEQuick View
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ECONOMICS - MICRO - HUGE BUNDLE

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SALE NOW ON This bundle contains a COMPLETE 8-piece set of Microeconomic material - perfect for any A-Level Economist. From the Theory of the Firm to Collusion, this bundle covers an extensive array of content. Each resource is just a single piece of A4 paper! Easy to print, Easy to carry around in students' folders Your feedback is greatly appreciated!
Economics QuizQuick View
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Economics Quiz

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I use this economics quiz in my introductory lesson with A level students to break the ice and prepare them for the year ahead! It contains** 40 questions** split into 4 rounds: Round 1 Numbers; Round 2 Multiple Choice; Round 3 Pictures; Round 4 General (Economic) Knowledge
Costs Worksheet - A Level EconomicsQuick View
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Costs Worksheet - A Level Economics

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A Level Economics worksheet activity containing questions about the lesson: Costs (3.3.2) Model Answers Included This is tailored for the Edexcel specification, however, the versatile nature of this resource makes it suitable for other exam boards too. This resource is designed to help students apply their knowledge to questions. This active revision technique ensures that the worksheet will be very useful for students, and will act as a vital revision tool. Click on the links below to check out some of our FREE resources: Free Worksheets: Introduction to Economics Worksheet The Economic Problem Worksheet Production Possibility Frontiers Worksheet Specialisation & the Division of Labour Worksheet Types of Economy Worksheet Price Determination Worksheet National Income Worksheet Free Lessons: Introduction to Economics Lesson The Economic Problem Lesson Production Possibility Frontiers Lesson Specialisation & the Division of Labour Lesson Types of Economy Lesson Price Determination Lesson National Income Lesson We really appreciate feedback on our resources so if you kindly leave a review down below, you will be able to claim any resource (up to the value of this resource) from our shop for FREE. Just email Resourcify321@gmail.com with your username and your chosen resource. Your chosen resource will be sent to you within 24 hours.
The Changing Economic WorldQuick View
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The Changing Economic World

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27 part lesson series for the whole of the GCSE module The Changing Economic World. This is complete three sections, the Development Gap, NEE case study (Nigeria) and causes of economic change in the UK. Specifically designed for the new AQA A Geography GCSE. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter, lesson aim, tasks and extensions. Homework is also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. Lesson sequence: Development Gap: 1 - Measuring development 2 - Classifying development 3 - Demographic transition model 4 - Reducing the Gap (ICT) 5 - Student presentations 6 - Reducing the gap correlation 7 - Managing development disparities 8 - Health and wealth 9 - Development migration 10 - Quality of living and development 11 - Tourism Nigeria: 12 - Introducing Nigeria 13 - Exploring Nigeria 14 - Nigeria in the wider world 15 - Manufacturing and TNCs in Nigeria 16 - Aid to Nigeria 17 - Managing Environmental Issues 18 - Quality of life in Nigeria 19 - A different perspective: 2 x short documentaries Causes of economic change in the UK: 20 - Causes of economic change in the UK 21 - Post industrial economy 22 - Science and business parks 23 - Environmental impacts of industry 24 - Rural economies 25 - UK infrastructure development 26 - North South divide 27 - The UK in the wider world For more resources visit This is Geography. Full SoW for all new GCSE specifications - AQA, Edexcel, OCR, CIE IGCSE, Edexcel IGCSE and Eduqas. As well as over 200 lessons for KS3 and KS2. Want something bespoke designing? Email us for further details info@thisisgeography.co.uk
EconomicsQuick View
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Economics

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Use this great resource from www.makemegenius.com. Visit the website for more information and resources.
Economic Development in IndiaQuick View
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Economic Development in India

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Two lessons on how India has developed since 1990 - present day and the impact of TNCS with the example of Coca Cola. Topics covered by the lessons are; employment sectors, development indicators, what a TNC is and how TNCs impact on places, how Coca Cola has impacted India. The lessons have been designed as part of a Year 8 topic on World Development for mixed ability boys. The are LAPS sheets for lower ability students and ‘moving on’ tasks /HAPS sheets for higher ability students.
EconomicsQuick View
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Economics

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This has many items of the Economics Edexcel GCSE course.
Externalities - A level EconomicsQuick View
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Externalities - A level Economics

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Comprehensive lesson containing a full presentation and worksheet. Model answers for the worksheet included The lesson outlines all the specification points of Externalities within the A level Edexcel Economics course. (useful for other exam boards too) This lesson teaches the following content: Distinction between private costs, external costs and social costs Distinction between private benefits, external benefits and social benefits Use of a diagram to illustrate: o the external costs of production using marginal analysis o the distinction between market equilibrium and social optimum position o identification of welfare loss area Use of a diagram to illustrate: o the external benefits of consumption using marginal analysis o the distinction between market equilibrium and social optimum position o identification of welfare gain area Click on the links below to check out some of our FREE resources: Free Worksheets: Introduction to Economics Worksheet The Economic Problem Worksheet Production Possibility Frontiers Worksheet Specialisation & the Division of Labour Worksheet Types of Economy Worksheet Price Determination Worksheet National Income Worksheet Free Lessons: Introduction to Economics Lesson The Economic Problem Lesson Production Possibility Frontiers Lesson Specialisation & the Division of Labour Lesson Types of Economy Lesson Price Determination Lesson National Income Lesson We really appreciate feedback on our resources so if you kindly leave a review down below, you will be able to claim any resource (up to the value of this resource) from our shop for FREE. Just email Resourcify321@gmail.com with your username and your chosen resource. Your chosen resource will be sent to you within 24 hours.
Edexcel Economics (A) - Section A practice questions - MICROECONOMICSQuick View
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Edexcel Economics (A) - Section A practice questions - MICROECONOMICS

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Contains over 100 Edexcel Section A style questions for microeconomics Written by a senior examiner Includes multiple-choice and short-answer questions Covers the main assessment objectives of knowledge, application and analysis Includes user-friendly mark scheme Covers all topics of the Year 1 microeconomics Edexcel Economics (A) syllabus in the order they appear on the specification - ideal for end of unit assessments
Economic effects of travel and tourism.Quick View
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Economic effects of travel and tourism.

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This lesson requires students to look at different economic effects of tourism. There are some video clips, and a table which they fill in during a class discussion looking at some slides and pictures. They can also have a go at some assessment questions. I would print out a copy of the table for the students to fill in, along with a copy of the exam questions. This links to the BTEC first (Sept 2013 start) Unit 1.
Structure Scaffold for A Level Economics EssaysQuick View
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Structure Scaffold for A Level Economics Essays

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This structure scaffold is aimed at A level Economics students. Many students find writing an economics essay extremely daunting - this sheet enables students to plan and execute their essays demonstrating all four assessment objectives, in the depth required to access the highest levels of response. It can be laminated and sent home with students or kept in the classroom for timed assessments. It is suitable for all the major exam board requirements, and can be edited by teachers if desired.
Behavioural EconomicsQuick View
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Behavioural Economics

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A powerpoint covering several Behavioural Economics theories with an exam question and a few good examples I found.
Inflation: A Level EconomicsQuick View
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Inflation: A Level Economics

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This PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, and embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to Inflation. For the Edexcel Economics A Exam board These resources work well with other popular Economics Resources. See Below: A Level Economics Revision Booklet Theme 4 Economics Bundle: A Global Perspective A Level Economics Exam Papers Unemployment and Employment The Price Mechanism Contestability Price Determination