A great lesson that covers balance sheets. The PPT covers the theory behind balance sheets and how they are constructed. There are numerous examples to help explain how a balance sheet needs to 'balance'. I have included numerous balance sheet tasks and worksheets to help students fully grasp this tricky topic. I have also included a nice quiz on finance, perfect for a lesson starter. The detailed worksheets and activities will easily stretch across 2 lessons. Perfect for GCSE and A-Level Business Studies.
This is a four page student booklet that shows an example balance sheet and profit and loss account.<br />
Students should complete all speech bubbles noting what each area of the financial documents shows OR how they're calculated.<br />
There's a final question from GCSE Applied Business Studies, outlining the format a good answer would take.<br />
Exercise to get students to understand how different items such as company car, bank loan, work in progress etc will be categorised on a comany balance sheet such as fixed tangible assets, fixed intangible assets, current assets, current liabilities, long term liabilities, shareholdres equity.
A comprehensive resource that complements ED EXCEL unit 3. The resource covers the following topics: Financial documents; Payments; Costs: Cashflow; Budgets: Break even; Profit and loss; Balance Sheet; Stakeholders; Sources of finance' Financial planning. For more materials relating to this resource, please visit the NGfL site, linked below.
This resource is a set of training slides that serves to educate young teens, young adults, and adults on how to finish what you start. This presentation contains eleven strategies to help finish tasks! You can’t go wrong in utilizing this presentation with middle schoolers, high schoolers, young adults in college, and parents in a “Parent University” setting!
An interdisciplinary unit to make a cookie.<br />
Cookie unit gets students to design and produce their own unique cookie, design a package for it and then advertise it with a 30 second pitch to investors like the shark tank program.<br />
Make a cookie, package and advertisement. A great cross curricular, wholistic authentic project based learning unit outline for the semester.<br />
It covers literacy and numeracy as well.<br />
This lesson plan is based on an infographic that reports on a survey into advertising, people’s attitudes to it and how it influences them.<br />
To develop students’ abilities to think critically and form informed opinions.<br />
To develop students’ abilities to study and research effectively using digital tools. <br />
To develop students’ abilities to read and understand visual information.<br />
To develop students’ abilities to check the credibility of online information.<br />
To develop students’ abilities to carry out online research and to represent their findings visually.<br />
To develop students’ abilities to extract information from research and create informative text based on their findings.<br />
The materials in this plan can be used in different ways. The first four tasks can be used independently as a simple reading and discussion lesson. <br />
The final four tasks can be used selectively to develop various digital skills.<br />
This lesson contains eight tasks:<br />
A discussion task that gets students thinking about advertisements and how they influence their behavior. <br />
A reading task that develops students’ abilities to scan text for specific information<br />
A reading task that develops students’ abilities to check and confirm information.<br />
A discussion task that gives students the opportunity to reflect on the information and apply it to their own lives.<br />
A social research task that gets students to create an online questionnaire to find out about people’s attitudes to advertising.<br />
A research task that gets students to check the accuracy of information<br />
.A research task that gets students to research the advertising techniques used by various companies.<br />
A writing task that gives students the opportunity to consolidate their learning in the form of a blog article.<br />