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Assets and Liabilities

Assets and Liabilities

This resource is for Assets and Liabilities to be used in GCSE/BTEC Level 2 and A Level/BTEC Level 2. This pack contains the full lesson as the PowerPoint has differentiated lesson outcomes, knowledge on the topic and plenty of worked examples
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Methods of Payment

Methods of Payment

This resource pack is the full lesson as the PowerPoint contains differentiated lesson outcomes, knowledge on the topic and examples of questions and challenge activities
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Printable Change-it Cho activity pack: Clever Tykes Enterprise Education Storybooks

Printable Change-it Cho activity pack: Clever Tykes Enterprise Education Storybooks

Print-at-home activity book containing six fun activities for a rainy day! Includes crosswords, word searches and puzzles, around the theme of Change-it Cho and the messages of healthy eating, exercise, resourcefulness and enterprise education in the Change-it Cho storybook. Suitable for KS2. Contents: Message from Cho and introduction Dot-to-dot Fruity finance Word search Food maze Crossword Fruit match Answers page
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Printable Walk-it Willow activity pack: Clever Tykes Enterprise Education Storybooks

Printable Walk-it Willow activity pack: Clever Tykes Enterprise Education Storybooks

Print-at-home activity book containing six fun activities for a rainy day! Includes crosswords, word searches and puzzles, around the theme of Walk-it Willow and the messages of animals, resourcefulness and enterprise education in the Walk-it Willow storybook. Suitable for KS2. Contents: Message from Willow and introduction Dot-to-dot Match the lead Word search Willow’s calendar Doggy differences Find Pepper! Answers page
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Inspired By.... Janesville: An American Story

Inspired By.... Janesville: An American Story

Janesville: An American Story, by Amy Goldstein. 2017. The 2017 Business Book of the Year. It tells the story of Janesville, Wisconsin, home of a large GM car factory – until it closed in 2008. This is the story of what happened next. To understand modern America, you need to understand Janesville. Teaching as I do mostly foreign children the view from outside is that America is still a land of wealth and opportunity. To see its people, react and vote, in a manner that suggests otherwise is deeply puzzling. Outside the country the US voter’s desperation for change looks merely like ignorance and hatred for everyone else. Outsiders need to understand that large parts of this once mighty nation have essentially been gutted thanks to globalisation and technological change. This lesson hopes to address that need. With a strong focus on EAL needs and vocabulary it tries to tell the story of the negatives of globalisation. It is part of a wider mini-SOW on Globalisation I have made especially for EAL students. I’d highly recommend teaching this lesson in the context of the wider SOW so students get a real appreciation of the larger forces at work. Hope it helps. See more at www.wolseyacademy.com
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UK EMPLOYMENT LAWS! #GetYourLearnOn

UK EMPLOYMENT LAWS! #GetYourLearnOn

irstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don’t really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource to help students learn, understand and revise UK Employment Laws, which protect employees and employers when recruiting and selecting new workforce employees. Simple, effective and easy to understand, getting the key facts and information across. Could be used as a sheet to helps student revise from. Or where students need to fill in the gaps to test thier knowledge! If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
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Inspired By... Game Over by David Sheff

Inspired By... Game Over by David Sheff

Overview: This lesson covers innovations in video game consoles from 1961 onwards. It has a relay activity followed by a written paragraph with peer assessments. Complete with differentiation sheets, plenaries, starters, lesson plan and pedagogy justifications. Cardinal’s Corner: Do not be deceived. This is an incredibly rich and well written book. Yes, it is about video games. But that does not in any way detract from its quality as a piece of writing. The author, David Sheff, is famed for having done one of the last interviews with John Lennon and his articles have appeared in all sorts of publications. It is essentially a history of one of the most culturally important companies of the late twentieth (and early twenty first) century. Nintendo as a company is over a hundred years old and the stories goes right back to its early days in Kyoto as a maker of card games (I’ve actually been lucky enough to visit their original office when on vacation). I got this book free with a computer game magazine when I was in high school. I read it all in about a week – not bad for a 13 year old kid. When I came to re-read it as an adult I found it equally as fascinating and if pushed I would say this was probably my favourite book of all time. It is oozing with anecdotes and provides a depth of historical contexts – from how the Nintendo company survived the second world war to a Cold War legal battle with the Soviet Union over the video game rights to Tetris. A fascinating read – and one that be found on pdf here. Video games are a hugely important part of our recent culture, they’re something that all our pupils are familiar with and they provide a hugely important learning tool. Even commercial games are uniquely powerful at teaching children. I was once astonished in one of my worst Year 9 classes when a child started talking with some confidence about the work of Leonardo De Vinci and asked, entirely unprompted, “Wasn’t he important during the Renaissance?”. Of course, what had he been playing? Assassins Creed. That same game series incidentally hires historical consultants to get as an accurate picture of the past, in the same way that Hollywood movies do. One of the Assassin Creed games features an accurate model of Colonial Boston – based on maps and drawings of the times – in which the player explores and meets key characters, like Benjamin Franklin. I also, perhaps flippantly, swear that is a good grounding in Civilization 2 that got me my GCSE in History and an unhealthy obsession with Sim City that let me cruise to top grades in GCSE Geography. Games are not to be dismissed as learning tools. Indeed, my hunch is that in the near future games will do most of the teaching for us. Keep checking back at Wolsey Academy’s Learning Worlds page to see how that’s coming along. Hope it helps.
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Workplace Skills

Workplace Skills

18 hours of lessons (60+ resources) with a focus on building workplace skills in teenagers or young adults. From timekeeping to CV Writing, job interview techniques to understanding payslips - this really is everything you need to teach about workplace skills. This pack includes 18x Powerpoints, 60+ worksheets, clips, AFL activities - everything you need. All lessons are tried and tested and very well differentiated. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All the resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes). You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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