A robust online and/or classroom-ready presentation covering Business Structure from Unit 1 of the Cambridge International Examinations Business Syllabus. Connects seamlessly with the approved core textbooks and addresses all learning objectives.
This presentation highlights key concepts of the syllabus from the CIE A2 Level Business Unit 1 including:
• main differences between local, national and multinational businesses
• the growing importance of international trading links and their impact on business activity
• benefits and disadvantages that a multinational might bring to a country
• possible relationships between multinationals and the state
• advantages and disadvantages of privatisation in a given situation
The presentation can be delivered as a lecture and supplemented with a teacher’s own creative exercises and activities. An excellent key resource for new and experienced teachers alike.
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CIE Business (9609) Complete Teaching Resources (A Level)
The full bundle of all A2 Level Resources for Teachers of Business. Units 1-6 Include: Business and its Environment People in Organisations Marketing Operations Finance Strategic Management These presentations cover all of the syllabus points pertinent to CIE A2 Level Business Units 1 through 6 - and reference page numbers and activities found in the core textbook suggested by CIE. A total of 16 slideshows spanning the entire AS Level curriculum.
CIE Business (9609) Business and its Environment: Complete Teaching Resources (A Level)
A time-saving, classroom-ready collection of comprehensive and visual presentations designed to effectively cover Unit 1 Business and its Environment of the Cambridge International Examinations for the A2 exam. A great resource for teachers, directly linked to all of the learning objectives outlined by Cambridge and certain to provide a thorough foundation upon which students can expand their learning. The best way to use these materials are to complement these lecture slides with your own exercises or activities. Made by teachers, for teachers.
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