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.
These are my revision notes for Unit 1 of the AQA legacy paper. Updated versions are available to purchase as well for the new specification but these notes provide a good basic outline of many topic areas.
This is the latest in the series of simplified marketing notes aimed at Learning Support students of GCSE Business Studies. The notes cover the topics of primary and secondary research, sampling techniques, SWOT Analysis and USP Analysis in an easy to understand manner. There are various tasks for students to complete as they progress through the worksheet.
The final element of this package of notes designed to assist the understanding of finance for learning support students of GCSE Business Studies. These notes look at the five key ratios that students are required to know and use for the OCR exam. It breaks them down into easy to understand elements and builds up student confidence about how to use the figures!