India’s economic trend
This is a GCSE lesson on the economic trends of an emerging country. The case study of India is used. Key facts about the lesson are:

1. The lesson explores the changes in India’s GDP, GDP per capita, economic sectors and trade overtime and how these are affecting it’s development.

2. The lesson will generate lots of discussions on how the economy of a country works and what are the key economic trends associated with emerging countries.

3. The lesson is the second in a series of case study lessons on India’s development as an emerging economy. This is a requirement of the new GCESE specifications. However, it can be adapted for A-level studies as well.

4. The lesson is designed to focus students thinking and discussion skills through the use of graphs and data tables.

5. The lesson has a strong numeracy element which meets the assessment criteria of all the new specifications.

6. The lesson is differentiated through sentence starters, a model answer and challenge tasks throughout.

7. The lesson is a complete one; all the resources you need to deliver it (from starter plenary) are included on the ppt. Download and just teach!
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Created: Jun 17, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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