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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
Trading, Profit and Loss Account (Income Statement)

Trading, Profit and Loss Account (Income Statement)

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 One topic of trading, profit and loss accounts (income statements) plus the calculation and interpretation of gross and net profit margins. They explain the main components of a trading, profit and loss account (income statement) and the way that it is constructed. It then shows the calculation of gross and net profit and considers ways in which profit could be improved, before evaluating the calculations of profitability ratios to assess the performance of a business. The slides contain the Quick Fire Five questions, practice calculation 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.
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Market Research

Market Research

This presentation looks at Market Research and explores both primary and secondary research. Athe presentation takes students through market research in a simplified manner. The Market research task booklet really allows the learners to learn by doing the task booklet includes focus groups, questionnaire design, test, and secondary research tasks , great if your being observed as the lesson is engaging and fun. Includes: (i) Powerpoint presentation with student activities (ii)Powerpoint quiz easy to use (iii)Market Research tasks
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Pitching for a New Business - Learning Aim A

Pitching for a New Business - Learning Aim A

This is the whole of Learning Aim A for the new BTEC Nationals 2016 (Business Unit 19 - Pitching for a New Business). You will not have to change it. It is made in such a way that you could download this and teach from it straightaway. That means, no lesson preparation for you! This pack includes a 44 slide PowerPoint with many tasks and activities.
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Tuck Shop Business Project - 6 Lessons +

Tuck Shop Business Project - 6 Lessons +

This is a complete project for KS3, possibly lower ability KS4 or high ability KS2. It could be easily extended for a longer period of time but is currently designed for 6 lessons. Contained in this bundle are teachers notes, student project pack, powerpoint presentation, handouts and resources. The project contains elements of business, maths and real life applications. Students are required to work in groups; they each undertake a role in the business - either Finance Director, Marketing Director or Managing Director. Between them they are responsible for the running of a tuck shop business to include buying products, market research, special offers, advertising, calculating profit and loss, controlling selling prices and diversifying.
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