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Revision Notes - Financial Ratios (Eduqas)

Revision Notes - Financial Ratios (Eduqas)

A spin-off range of revision guides that focus on individual topic areas for most A Level Business specifications but specifically for Eduqas. These guides are designed to help students boost their knowledge and understanding of specific areas of the course and when printed provide a colourful and accessible resource. Whilst primarily aimed at students, teachers have access to the associated PowerPoint materials and hand out for an additional 50p. These contain additional practice questions, solutions and video links. New topic areas will be added in due course but any feedback would be most useful.
dazzan74
Financial Ratios (Eduqas)

Financial Ratios (Eduqas)

The latest in the new series of PowerPoint resources aimed at assisting teachers with the delivery of the WJEC/Eduqas A-level Business specification with separate booklets available for the other boards soon. These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component Two topic of financial ratios with a focus upon the calculation and interpretation of ROCE, Gearing, Current and Acid Test ratios. They explain how to interpret the meaning of each ratio and also consider the usefulness of ratios and the main users of ratio data. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions, several practice questions and also a practice essay (all with suggested solutions). In addition to the main PowerPoint a PDF copy of the notes has been provided to assist with pupil hand outs.
dazzan74
Marketing project

Marketing project

This project allows students to practically apply marketing theory to a business scenario alongside the GCSE content delivery or as an assessed piece of work after the unit content has been delivered. Each task could be set weekly as homework, or within a lesson to develop a full project. It can assist students in developing organisation skills, mathematical skills, logic, problem solving and time management skills. It aids organisation of controlled assessment expectations. Ideal for maketing unit in GCSE Business.
derbycb1
Calculating Profit worksheet

Calculating Profit worksheet

Introductory questions on a worksheet for calculating Profit in give business scenarios. Ideal for early GCSE Business lessons, lower ability students, can be used as a starter, homework or maths moment.
derbycb1
Strategic Analysis: SWOT, Porter's Five Forces and The Ansoff Matrix

Strategic Analysis: SWOT, Porter's Five Forces and The Ansoff Matrix

The latest in the new series of PowerPoint resources aimed at assisting teachers with the delivery of the WJEC/Eduqas A-level Business specification but is suitable for all boards. These slides and hand out are designed to support the delivery of the Component Two topic of strategic analysis with a focus upon corporate plans, SWOT analysis, Porter's Five Forces Model and the Ansoff Matrix. They explain the relationship between objectives and strategy and assess corporate strategy, strategic direction, divisional and functional strategies. They then assess the relationship between strategy and tactics before explain the purpose of corporate plans. There follows an assessment of SWOT analysis and it is applied to Cadbury, before there is analysis of Porter's Five Forces Model. Finally the material examines the nature and purpose of the Ansoff Matrix and evaluates its usefulness to a business. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions and also a practice essay (all with suggested solutions). In addition to the main PowerPoint a PDF copy of the notes has been provided to assist with pupil hand outs.
dazzan74
BTEC Business - Unit 2 Finance - Year 10 Progress Test

BTEC Business - Unit 2 Finance - Year 10 Progress Test

Unit 2 Business Finance All main elements assessed: Costs and revenues, break-even, cash flow, profit & loss, balance sheet. Aimed at the lower ability students who need a prompt in order to remember theory in order to apply, or need a reminder of the calculations (although can easily be adapted for more able by taking out the 'theory' and 'hints'. Based on an enterprise company the class are running this year.
Pipjen77
GCSE Product Life Cycle

GCSE Product Life Cycle

Lesson PowerPoint which is very student led with several small tasks building up knowledge of The Product Life Cycle including: - the stages and how sales volume interacts - placing known products on the PLC where they believe they are at now - extension strategies (when they are usually used and when they SHOULD be used by good businesses) - how profit changes throughout the Product Life Cycle (just need to draw it on one of your slides) - Exam style questions Enjoy!
teacher4l1fe
GCSE/BTEC Business - Estimating Revenues, Costs & Profit/Loss (Including how to improve profit)

GCSE/BTEC Business - Estimating Revenues, Costs & Profit/Loss (Including how to improve profit)

MS PP which covers all the key aspects through 2 amusing scenarios. You deliver the basic key term knowledge and then the students work through 2 scenarios to help 2 new entrepreneurs decide whether they should set up there business or not. Students in order carry out: - Calculating Total Revenue - How to estimate expected revenue - Distinction between Fixed and Variable Costs - Calculating Total Costs - Calculating Profit/Loss - Advising how to improve profit Exam style question at the end and for stretch and challenge (Grade 7-9) and a Kahoot I created for a grade 1-6 plenary or starter if you don't get on to improving profit until the 2nd lesson. Comes with task sheets for students to stick in and fill in as you go for ease. Enjoy!
teacher4l1fe
Revision Notes - Trading, Profit and Loss Account (Income Statement)

Revision Notes - Trading, Profit and Loss Account (Income Statement)

A spin-off range of revision guides that focus on individual topic areas for most A Level Business specifications but specifically for Eduqas. These guides are designed to help students boost their knowledge and understanding of specific areas of the course and when printed provide a colourful and accessible resource. Whilst primarily aimed at students, teachers have access to the associated PowerPoint materials and hand out for an additional 50p. These contain additional practice questions, solutions and video links. New topic areas will be added in due course but any feedback would be most useful.
dazzan74