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Macroeconomics Revision Spider Diagrams

Macroeconomics Revision Spider Diagrams

A level Economics lesson: Revision of Macroeconomics For the Edexcel Exam board . This Resource could be used as a full lesson and includes tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to Macroeconomics. These resources work well with other popular Economics Resources. See Below: A Level Economics Full Revision Booklet The Price Mechanism Patterns of Trade Information Gaps Contestable Markets Market Failure and Government Intervention Bundle Unemployment and Employment
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Government Intervention Whole Topic including Lesson PPT and Activities: A Level Economics

Government Intervention Whole Topic including Lesson PPT and Activities: A Level Economics

This resource revises Theme 1 Government Intervention and Theme 3 Government Intervention. This Resouce contains a whole lesson PowerPoint, article with questions for students to annotate, diagram practice, a revision crossword and a whole lesson sheet for students to complete. This resource is for Edexcel Economics. For other popular Economics resources: A Level Economics Full Revision Booklet Information Gaps Theme 1 Economics Bundle Theme 3 Economics Bundle Macroeconomics Bundle: A Level Economics Public Goods
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Information Gaps: A Level Economics

Information Gaps: A Level Economics

A level Economics lesson: Information Gaps; Market Failure For the Edexcel Exam board This PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, learning objectives and embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to Information Gaps LEarning objectives ALL To be able to explain how information gaps occur MOST To be able to analyse why industries have information gaps SOME To be able to evaluate the most important consequences of information gaps These resources work well with other popular Economics Resources. See Below: Patterns of Trade Microeconomics Exam Paper Price Determination Price Mechanism Cross Elasticity of Demand Minimum Pricing
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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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Contestable Markets Lesson PPT and Whole Topic Activities

Contestable Markets Lesson PPT and Whole Topic Activities

A level Economics lesson: Contestability and Revision of market Structures For the Edexcel Exam board. This Lesson was used for an observation. This PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, learning objectives and embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to contestable Markets Learning objectives ALL To be able to explain how markets are contestable MOST To be able to analyse why some industries are contestable SOME To be able to evaluate the extent to which an industry in contestable These resources work well with other** popular Economics Resources**. See Below: A Level Economics FULL revision Guide Patterns of Trade Monopoly Whole Topic Supply of Labour [Monopsony Lesson and Activities]https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/monopsony-lesson-and-activities-a-level-economics-11862823)
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A Level Economics FULL REVISION BOOKLET: 86 Pages

A Level Economics FULL REVISION BOOKLET: 86 Pages

This resource contains a full revision booklet for students to complete or for teachers to use as worksheets. The resource is aimed at Edexcel Economics and includes a breakdown of Exam style questions and how they should be answered. This resource contains activities, videos and embedded URL’s. Free Sample of this Revision Booklet For other popular Economics resources: Theme 4 Economics Bundle: A Global Perspective A Level Economics Exam Papers Unemployment and Employment The Price Mechanism
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