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Conjugal Role Relationships - Sociology of Family - L7/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192] Families

Conjugal Role Relationships - Sociology of Family - L7/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192] Families

Professionally designed for the new AQA Sociology GCSE specification (8192) taught from September 2017. It can be purchased as a part of a complete 20 x lesson bundle (from June, 2017)This is lesson 7 of our 20 lesson course for the 'Sociology of Family' section.This lesson covers Oakley's research into the sociology of housework and discusses central debates around the politics and sociology of housework and division of labour. The download includes:-A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf)-A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats)-A double-sided A4 worksheet-A knowledge hunt file-HomeworkAll lessons are designed around the new GCSE specification, certainly useful for any GCSE specification however. We take considerable time making the highest quality lessons, positive reviews are greatly appreciated. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.comPS: AQA Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/

By godwin86

AQA A-level Economics (new spec) 2-01 Decision Making and Utility

AQA A-level Economics (new spec) 2-01 Decision Making and Utility

This is a Powerpoint (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheet) that I created for my own teaching of the new (linear) AQA A-level Economics specification (7135). As I was also using the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2016) the two follow a similar route through the material. Topics covered in this Powerpoint:4.1.2 Individual economic decision-making4.1.2.1 Consumer behaviour• Rational economic decision making and economic incentives.• Utility theory: total and marginal utility, and the hypothesis of diminishing marginal utility.• Utility maximisation.• The importance of the margin when making choices.• Students should appreciate that the hypothesis of diminishing marginal utility supports a downward sloping demand curve but they are not expected to understand the principle of equi-marginal utility or to use this principle to explain why there is likely to be an inverse relationship between price and quantity demanded.4.1.2.2 Imperfect information• The importance of information for decision-making.• The significance of asymmetric information.• Students should recognise that imperfect information makes it difficult for economic agents to make rational decisions and is a potential source of market failure.

By Gaspode74

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Multiple Choice game - based on million pound drop

Multiple Choice game - based on million pound drop

Powerpoint game with MCQ for A level Business AQAStructured so that students cannot leave the game until Q8Based on the popular TV show million pound drop - Makes MCq and revision fun!EASILY adapted for ANY subject and exam board - just copy and paste in your questions

By JonathanYoung

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week Term 4b, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week Term 4b, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan.This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme.LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:• describe the main ways by which a business can grow: internal and external growth of firms, mergers and take overs, types of integration.• describe and evaluate integration,

By daniaewodage

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week 1 Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week 1 Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan.This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme.LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:• analyse particular situations to show changes in total and average cost as output changes• define total and average revenue and perform simple calculations

By daniaewodage

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week 2 Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week 2 Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:• describe the principle of profit maximisation as a goal and recognise that business organisations may have different goalsLesson Plan.This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme.

By daniaewodage

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week  Term 3a, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week Term 3a, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan.This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme.LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:• describe the characteristics of perfect competition • describe pricing and output policies in perfect competition

By daniaewodage

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week Term 3b, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week Term 3b, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan.This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme.LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:• describe the characteristics of monopoly• describe pricing and output policies in monopoly• discuss the advantages and disadvantages of monopoly.

By daniaewodage

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week Term 4a, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week Term 4a, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

Lesson Plan.This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme.LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:• describe the main reasons for the different sizes of firms (size of market, capital, organisation)

By daniaewodage

BANKING - PERSONAL FINANCE

BANKING - PERSONAL FINANCE

Basic vocabulary of everyday banking. The words and expressions have explanations, then a matching and gapfill exercise provide practice.

By Olynj

Economics Work Sheet - 2, IGCSE Questions/Syllabus - base

Economics Work Sheet - 2, IGCSE Questions/Syllabus - base

A must have IGCSE questions based Economics Worksheet with questions and answers. It touches Economic growth and Economic Development, GDP per Capital, Current account balance of the Balance of Payments, Exports and Imports, Labour force, Inflation and deflation, Interest rates, and international competitiveness of a country’s products. Price elasticity of demand and Goals of firms. It will help to study and /or revise a relatively wide area of the syllabus in in a stretched lessonIt is excellent for key stage 4, years 10 & 11 pupils. Teachers and parents can use it to build their children’s confidence in for higher grades in the examinations. You should use it for more than one lesson to get the best from it. Additional instruction some questions tells you how to administer some of the sub questions.Teacher can give summary instructions on the topics to kick start the students, who should also search their text for the responses required. This should help them to develop the skills that are being tested in the final exams. It is good for both Teachers and Students.

By daniaewodage

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Micro Refresher 2

Micro Refresher 2

Micro PPT Quiz with 2 minutes per question and 28 questions. Great for revision for A2 or AS Economics.

By mliggins

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Micro Refresher

Micro Refresher

17 two minute PPT quiz questions for A2 students for Paper 1, Economics A, Edexcel

By mliggins

AS Microeconomics 'snowball questions'

AS Microeconomics 'snowball questions'

A presentation containing 'snowball' or summary questions for all five topics within the AQA AS Microeconomics specifications, including a key term test.This would be ideal as an entire lesson, or could be used as a summary at the end of teaching each section.

By amelia_butcher

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AQA *New* Spec Economics Unit 1 ECON1 Diagrams Revision Exam Questions

AQA *New* Spec Economics Unit 1 ECON1 Diagrams Revision Exam Questions

This resource is for students, teachers and tutors. It includes the type of diagrams that needs to be learnt by topic. There are only 4 topics that require diagrams.It then includes all AQA paper diagram questions for the new specification. This along with the answers and the examiner report comments on each diagram which are incredibly useful.

By citizenofneverland

AQA A-Level Economics - Unit 8 Financial Markets and Monetary Policy

AQA A-Level Economics - Unit 8 Financial Markets and Monetary Policy

A full set of PowerPoint's containing theory notes and activities for Unit 8 Financial Markets and Monetary Policy for the AQA A-Level Economics course.Contains:8.1 - The Structure of Financial Markets and Financial Assets 8.2 - Commercial Banks and Investment Banks8.3 - Central Banks and Monetary Policy8.4 - Regulation of the Financial System

By SeDaBa

AQA A-level Economics (new spec) Prices, Welfare and Competition

AQA A-level Economics (new spec) Prices, Welfare and Competition

This is a Powerpoint (and accompanying Notes/Key Terms sheet) that I created for my own teaching of the new (linear) AQA A-level Economics specification (7135). As I was also using the AQA-approved textbook (Powell & Powell, 2016) the two follow a similar route through the material. Topics covered in this Powerpoint: 4.1.5.7 Price discrimination• The conditions necessary for price discrimination.• The advantages and disadvantages of price discrimination.• Students should be aware of real-world examples of price discrimination and be able to assess its impact on producers and consumers.• A diagrammatic analysis of price discrimination is expected.4.1.5.8 The dynamics of competition and competitive market processes• Both the short-run and long-run benefits which are likely to result from competition.• That firms do not just compete on the basis of price but that competition will, for example, also lead firms to strive to improve products, reduce costs, improve the quality of the service provided.• The process of creative destruction.• Students should understand that if firms have monopoly power and are making large profits, over time there will be an incentive for new firms to enter the market and to innovate to overcome the existing barriers to entry.• Students should understand that this process of creative destruction is a fundamental feature of the way in which competition operates in a market economy.4.1.5.9 Contestable and non-contestable markets• The significance of market contestability for the performance of an industry.• Concepts such as sunk costs and hit-and-run competition.

By Gaspode74

Economics AQA AS/A Level 2015 (New Specification) Market Structures

Economics AQA AS/A Level 2015 (New Specification) Market Structures

Here you will find everything you need to know on Market Structures. these are clear and concise notes that will help reinforce and consolidate all the key facts required when going into exams (11 Pages)1. Contestable Markets2. Monopolistic Markets3. Monopoly4. Oligopoly 5. Perfect Competition6. Consumer and Producer Surplus7. Price Discrimination

By lateefzayn5

Economics AQA AS/A Level 2015 (New Specification) Labour Market

Economics AQA AS/A Level 2015 (New Specification) Labour Market

Here you will find everything you need to know on The market mechanism. these are clear and concise notes that will help reinforce and consolidate all the key facts required when going into the new specification economics exams (12 Pages)1. Wage Differentials2. Trade unions 3. Distribution of wealth4. Poverty5. Polices to redistribute income and wealth

By lateefzayn5