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 email@example.com
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.
The biggest headache I have found in teaching IB Economics is the IA. This resource has everything I use to plan and record the whole IA process from start to finish. It has an Excel mark book which automatically updates and calculates the criterion F score. The pack also contains all of the planning and marking documents for both you and your students as Word, PDF and active PDF’s. This has been developed over my 9 years as an IB Economics teacher and has been fully updated to reflect the new syllabus and the change in the IA.
A full marks answer to the 25 mark question ‘Using examples to illustrate your answer, assess the usefulness of behavioural economic theory compared to traditional economic policies in helping governments to correct market failures.’ Written specifically for AQA A level Economics but suitable for all exam boards.
This comprehensive powerpoint presentation covers both the original Phillips curve, and Milton Friedman’s augmented Phillips curve.
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AQA GCSE Geography (2016) Unit 2- Challenges In The Human Environment Section B- The Changing Economic World 2/2
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Students learn about the four different economic systems and will able to identify their traits by following a PowerPoint/lecture. They will complete an individual activity and will be able to classify a country by description of economy.
This is a whole lesson on Different Aims of a Firm. It goes through the main 6 different aims (profit maximisation, revenue or sales maximisation, ethical objectives etc.) The lesson also looks at the break even point as a precursor to the next lesson on the all the financial calculations. 16 slides + resources. The lesson includes: Starter Learning Objectives (differentiated) Keywords Excellent teaching slides Handout (on the 6 different aims to support student notes) Break Even demonstrator (Excel File) Key Questions Worksheet with model answers Plenary ALL LESSONS for teaching all the different topics of the economics syllabus are available as one BIG BUNDLE in the link below: Economics: ALL LESSONS NOTE: Please provide a RATING with feedback Feel free to browse the Outstanding Resources shop for more excellent free and premium resources Visit the Website, Facebook and Pinterest page for more exciting information, advice and discounts Thank you in advance for your support!
A complete lesson on RCP with 2 worksheets to accompany the lesson.
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 andcommercial banks for government, producers and consumers. Do the Multiple Choice & Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
This has many items of the Economics Edexcel GCSE course.
This comprehensive (93 SLIDES) Power Point on Market Failure covers the following topics: The Price mechanism Externalities Merit and Demerit goods Public Goods Absence of property rights Imperfect information Monopoly power Volatile prices Income inequality
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The lesson looks at our comsumption choices and how they can have impacts on others around the world. As a case study it looks at how our demand for mobile phones has knock on affects in the mineral rich Democratic Republic of Congo.
Supply Side Policies PowerPoint to teach students the entire topic. Activities for the topic are included. These resources work well with other popular Economics Resources such as: Microeconomics Exam Paper Demand Group Task Price Determination of Ticket Prices The UK Housing Market The Price Mechanism Cross Elasticity of Demand (XED) Demand Activities Price Elasticity of Supply (PES) Economics Essay Feedback Proforma Demand
A complete lesson detailing definition of economic growth, causes of economic growth, advantages and disadvantages. There are questions and activities for students to complete included.
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A KS3 introduction lesson for a SoW on ‘economic activity’. Also includes a HW worksheet.