I've been a Business teacher for 10 years and try and produce fun and engaging resources for GCSE, A Level and vocational Business.

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A lesson and fantastic activity to teach students about international trade, tariffs, quotas, trade blocs and subsidies. There is a game where students work in groups and represent a country, calculating how much they can produce and sell steel for. Each round you (the UK) buy from the cheapest team and protectionist policies are gradually introduced so they can see the impact it has on sales.
The PowerPoint includes a range of tasks and activities and can be used over a number of lessons.

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