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Lesson 6 - Activity 3: Newsflash

Lesson 6 - Activity 3: Newsflash

Newsflash from the fictional town of Sonrisa that announces the news that the turtles have returned to Sonrisa including all the benefits this has had on the town. LO: To consider the importance of addressing the environmental issues and the positive and negative impacts of tourism

By ThomsonBetterWorldDetectives

School Gear:  Learning the 3 Economic Questions & Factors of Production

School Gear: Learning the 3 Economic Questions & Factors of Production

School Gear is a fun and engaging lesson for enjoying the basic concepts of Economics! While understanding economic decisions that need to be made, students will form groups and design school gear as if they were going to produce and sell it. Groups are instructed to answer 12 questions as they imagine and create their school gear. Students are also responsible for a visual representation of their gear along with a written description of their products. Major Questions Include: - What will we produce? - How will we produce it? - Who will get the goods produced? - Additional questions regarding what land, labor, & capital will be needed. - 9 other questions regarding their school gear production ideas.

By misterharms

Money and the need for exchange.

Money and the need for exchange.

This resource focuses on the importance of money. It also talks about the problems associated with the trade by barter system and how money can overcome these problems. It includes the lesson objective, main lesson, a class activity and a class project.

By cynthiaoj

Economics Murder Mystery Match Cards Bundle

Economics Murder Mystery Match Cards Bundle

This bundle will help you add variety to your lessons. Included are basic vocabulary cards where students make basic matches and then increase the difficulty. It also includes two murder mysteries where students will be able to learn and have fun! Last is the Impossible Puzzle, an activity that can be used for all content and is extremely unique. Your kids will love all of them!

By jeremymoore-bs-65

AQA Business: The External Environment

AQA Business: The External Environment

Fantastic resources covering the external environment for the new AQA specification including interest rates/demographics/ stakeholders/income/demand/ethics/stakeholders/multinationals etc

By Danielle_M

Number: Percentages Bundle (7 - 8 Lessons) + Resources - Perfect for years 7 to 11

Number: Percentages Bundle (7 - 8 Lessons) + Resources - Perfect for years 7 to 11

This is a BUNDLE of 7-8 lessons I teach on percentages at a reduced cost and this covers all the material needed for KS3 and KS4. This includes the following lessons: 1. Fractions to Percentages 2. Percentage of an Amount 3. Percentage Increase and Decrease (non calc) 4. Percentage Increase and Decrease (calc) 5. Finding a Percentage Change 6. Compound Interest 7. Reverse Percentages All lessons include a starter, examples questions with answers and plenary. It also includes learning objectives and key words. ALSO A HELP SHEET to support the least able - looks great when being observed!! Additional worksheets and a self assessment sheet to complete looking at the topic of percentages. NOTE: You can purchase these as individual lessons if you prefer. Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and if you do purchase then please rate and feedback as it is really useful. Thanks.

By ajf43

Play Money / Simulation Dollar Bills

Play Money / Simulation Dollar Bills

A simple one-page PDF of play money for you to print out and use in games or simulations. One-dollar bills only, but for history simulations, there's no reason not to tell students that each bill represents $100 or $1000 or even $10,000 -- whatever would most suit the price levels of the time under study!

By mesquitequail

ECONOMICS: Create a Currency and Money Activity

ECONOMICS: Create a Currency and Money Activity

Students are in charge of designing new currency for a current nation or a fictitious country of their own. The currency will need to be detailed, creative, not able to be counterfeited, and meet the six characteristics of money as outlined in the student directions. What's Included: - Student directions including the 6 characteristics of money - Explanation of visual representation and written description of their currency - 10 specific details must be met (i.e. - symbols, anti-counterfeit characteristics, denominations.....) - Detailed grading rubric for the teacher

By misterharms

Articulate - Key Word Game - Perfect for most subjects

Articulate - Key Word Game - Perfect for most subjects

This is a game that I use in Business Studies, but can be used in a whole range of subjects that require students to explain key words. I have included my Business Studies example. Languages for instance could get students to explain the key word in a different language. I have used this game a lot and often use it for observations as most students can really engage in the game. It should be fast paced. I normally get the cards printed on coloured paper, each colour is a different unit. Included; How to play Rules Cards If you have any questions then please don't hesitate to get in touch.

By Mrs_costa