R064 Cambridge Nationals L1/2 Marketing and Enterprise Workbook

R064 Cambridge Nationals L1/2 Marketing and Enterprise Workbook

A 64 page workbook created for the new Cambridge Nationals Marketing and Enterprise course. The workbook gives students: Guidance on answering exam questions, using the sample paper to help them Progress/ knowledge and understanding (PLC) tracking Assessment logging Target setting Notes spaces Class tasks (including practical activities, discussion activities and research activities - in preparation for the coursework units) and Reflection sections Key words sections for each of the 6 learning outcomes The workbook covers all areas of the specification which are clearly labeled. It’s a great resources for flipped learning and independent study. It’s clear, structured and easy for students to follow.
BeckyB1988
Business Education - Mastering (Revision) Display and Supporting Student Booklet.

Business Education - Mastering (Revision) Display and Supporting Student Booklet.

The resources is a display on the theme of “Becoming a Business Master”. This is Star Wars themed and is designed to engage students with revision throughout their course. Within the student booklet (which accompanies the display) it explains that the word revision will be replaced by the term Mastering. Simply because it has a much better sound with students and links clearly to growth mind set (please see other display for sale on here). The booklet also looks at the race of learning and explains to students the need for mastering throughout the course. If you check my other HW and extended learning resources you will see how this fits together. Within the booklet there is more information for students on how to do the 8 strategies within the display to make the display very interactive. The booklet also provides students with information on where they can get information from for their revision, with useful links etc to aid them in getting quality information together. I had a 6th form art student paint me a galaxy in the background on the display for added effect. It looks very engaging and draws students in. This is something that I have put in place for all Business Education course lines and as such talks in general and does not mention a course by name but provides students with the framework to engage in ongoing revision.
allred
AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.1 Teaching PowerPoint and Student Workbook - Full Version

AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.1 Teaching PowerPoint and Student Workbook - Full Version

These resources are designed for AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.1 Business in the Real World. They cover all sub-topics: 3.1.1 The Purpose and Nature of Businesses 3.1.2 Business Ownership 3.1.3 Setting Business Aims and Objectives 3.1.4 Stakeholders 3.1.5 Location 3.1.6 Business Planning 3.1.7 Expanding a Business You will get fully editable versions of teacher PowerPoints, student workbooks and student keywords documents. The PowerPoints and workbooks go hand in hand with each other. You get everything you need to teach the first unit of this course. You can download an example here, to get a taster of what you get. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-business-9-1-3-1-teaching-powerpoint-and-student-workbook-example-only-11937221
aball
AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.1 Teaching PowerPoint and Student Workbook - Example Only

AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.1 Teaching PowerPoint and Student Workbook - Example Only

These resources are designed for AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.1 Business in the Real World. These resources are EXAMPLES only covering part of 3.1.1 The Purpose and Nature of Businesses. You will get non-editable (pdf) versions of teacher PowerPoint, student workbook and student keywords document. They give you an idea of what you will receive if you buy the full resource for all of 3.1 sub-topics -which are fully editable. You can buy the full editable version for all of 3.1 Business in the Real World here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-business-9-1-3-1-teaching-powerpoint-and-student-workbook-full-version-11937226
aball
Ultimate Business Plan template (including infographics)

Ultimate Business Plan template (including infographics)

These 43 templates are quick and easy for you to use and fully editable. Suitable for big/ small / medium size businesses and sole traders. Includes: Project Templates Timeline Mission Statement Vision Statement Business snapshot SWOT template Gantt Chart Infographic chart Operations template Short list project Profile template Training Proposal Template Meeting and Agenda Templates Marketing plan Template
Edustem1
Needs and wants pairs activity

Needs and wants pairs activity

This could be used as a starter or a plenary for students to describe the difference between a need, want, scarcity, the economic problem and factors of production. Students could either stick the table in their books and number the right answers, or individually pair the right answers. Enjoy!
HDLouise
Recruitment and selection

Recruitment and selection

There are 50 slides in this PP, alongside a range of starters/plenaries for each sub topic within the unit. There are also a range of questions that could be used for different activities and stretching students thought.
HDLouise
Homework - Business Activity

Homework - Business Activity

This homework contains three sections, students need to answer one question from every aisle. I would recommend stapling lined paper to the back for students to answer the questions, or getting them to complete them in their books. This would allow for other questions to be completed/and or discussed in class time.
HDLouise
SWOT Analysis GCSE Business 9-1

SWOT Analysis GCSE Business 9-1

FULL LESSON Suitable for “The Competitive environment” (GCSE Business 9-1 Spotting a Business Opportunity) or any other programme covering completion of a SWOT analysis Learning objectives: Understand what is included in a SWOT analysis Be able to position a positive/negative correctly in the SWOT analysis Be able to conduct a SWOT analysis for a given case study business Lesson explains how the SWOT analysis should be completed (Differences between Strengths and Opportunities, Internal and External) Includes 2 activities, plus an extension to independently practice the skill. Spotting mistakes worksheet included, to check understanding mid-lesson. Lesson outline/plan included.
rhyteach2002
AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6 Finance Learning Mats / Revision All Sub-topics

AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6 Finance Learning Mats / Revision All Sub-topics

This bundle includes learning mats for all sub-topics of 3.6 Finance. This includes: 3.6.1 Sources of Finance 3.6.2 Cash Flow 3.6.3 Financial Terms and Calculations 3.6.4 Analysing the Financial Performance of a Business They can be used for revision and/or consolidation. They include recap activities to demonstrate knowledge and understanding, keywords with room for definitions, plus a ‘what you need to know’ section. Each of these activities asks students to RAG rate their confidence. They are best printed A3 size to provide enough room to write but they can be printed in A4 too.
aball
AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6.4 Analysing Financial Performance of a Business Learning Mat / Revision

AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6.4 Analysing Financial Performance of a Business Learning Mat / Revision

This is a learning mat that can be used for consolidation and/or revision purposes. It covers 3.6.4 Analysing the Financial Performance of a Business. It includes recap activities to demonstrate knowledge and understanding, keywords with room for definitions, plus a ‘what you need to know’ section. Each of these activities asks students to RAG rate their confidence. The learning mat is best printed A3 size but it also works A4 size (just less room to write!)
aball
AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6.3 Financial Terms and Calculations Learning Mat / Revision

AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6.3 Financial Terms and Calculations Learning Mat / Revision

This is a learning mat that can be used for consolidation and/or revision purposes. It covers 3.6.3 Financial Terms and Calculations. It includes recap activities to demonstrate knowledge and understanding, keywords with room for definitions, plus a ‘what you need to know’ section. Each of these activities asks students to RAG rate their confidence. The learning mat is best printed A3 size but it also works A4 size (just less room to write!)
aball
OCR Cambridge National Enterprise and Marketing - RO64 - Personal Learning Checklist

OCR Cambridge National Enterprise and Marketing - RO64 - Personal Learning Checklist

A personal learning checklist for the OCR Cambridge National Enterprise and Marketing examination unit RO64. The Personal Learning Checklist aids in tracking student understanding and can be populated based on any assessments. This is designed to be used alongside the H/W that are listed on here as all the knowledge of the spec is tested through those. All teachers need to is identify the students knowledge using the below codes: 1 = Good Understanding (Green) 2 = Partial Understanding (Amber) 3 = No/Little Understanding (Red) This RAG analysis can then be mail merged to provide students with a personal set of revision topics based on their own understanding of the content.
allred
Ansoff's Matrix - Fortnite's Strategy for Success

Ansoff's Matrix - Fortnite's Strategy for Success

This resource bundle includes: * An A3 activity sheet * A high definition PowerPoint presentation. The aim of this presentation is to use the sensational success of Fortnite (a massively multiplayer online game where players drop in to a battlefield and only the best survives) to communicate the theory behind Ansoff’s Matrix and immerse students in the strategic decision making of Epic Games, the creator of Fortnite.
jaebuc
AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6.2 Cash Flow Learning Mat / Revision

AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6.2 Cash Flow Learning Mat / Revision

This is a learning mat that can be used for consolidation and/or revision purposes. It covers 3.6.2 Cash Flow. It includes recap activities to demonstrate knowledge and understanding, keywords with room for definitions, plus a ‘what you need to know’ section. Each of these activities asks students to RAG rate their confidence. The learning mat is best printed A3 size but it also works A4 size (just less room to write!)
aball
Edexcel GCSE Business (9-1) Personal Learning Checklist

Edexcel GCSE Business (9-1) Personal Learning Checklist

A personal learning checklist for students studying the GCSE 9-1 Business course. This has topics broken down via theme and section within the theme e.g. section 2.1. All the core knowledge that students need to know is listed. All the teacher need do is input data and it will provide a RAG analysis of student data. From any testing assess the students knowledge and use the following codes below to assess learners understanding of the topics: 1- Good Understanding - Green 2 - Some Understanding - Amber 3 - No or Little Understanding - Red This can then be mail merged in order to provide the students with a personal list of topics that they need to focus on in order to improve their knowledge.
allred
Carroll’s Pyramid of CSR worksheet

Carroll’s Pyramid of CSR worksheet

The following resource is useful when teaching A-level Business students about corporate social responsibility and Carroll’s pyramid of CSR. This 2 page worksheet can be used as a in class task or homework exercise to assess student’s understanding of Carroll’s theory/model. There are six scaffolded questions (with mark indicators) and one extension question for fast working students (exam style essay question). *there is no mark scheme/ solutions provided. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Nathwari
AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6.1 Sources of Finance Learning Mat / Revision

AQA GCSE Business (9-1) 3.6.1 Sources of Finance Learning Mat / Revision

This is a learning mat that can be used for consolidation and/or revision purposes. It covers 3.6.1 Sources of Finance. It includes recap activities to demonstrate knowledge and understanding, keywords with room for definitions, plus a ‘what you need to know’ section. Each of these activities asks students to RAG rate their confidence. The learning mat is best printed A3 size but it also works A4 size (just less room to write!)
aball
BTEC Tech Award in Enterprise: Unit 3 - Finance for Enterprise

BTEC Tech Award in Enterprise: Unit 3 - Finance for Enterprise

Hi, This comprehensive resource (54 files included) is for the new BTEC Tech Award in Enterprise : Unit 3 - Promotion and Finance for Enterprise. All resources in this pack focus on the lengthy ‘finance’ element. The resource contains PowerPoints for all topics(all LOs included, plenaries etc), numerous worksheets for students to work on with answers and also assessments/tests. In terms of differentiation, the LOs are differentiated but there are worksheets available for students are different levels. Majority of lessons contain previous exam questions that are embedded into the teaching of the lesson. Topics included in the pack are: Financial Documents Payment Methods Revenue and costs Profit and Loss accounts Assets and Liabilities Balance sheets Liquidity Ratios Cash flow forecast Break even analysis Business finance You will definitely find this resource pack useful. I hope you enjoy as a lot of time and effort went into creating it.
umer_khan
Business ethics essay homework

Business ethics essay homework

The following resource is useful when teaching business ethics and corporate social responsibility to Business A-level students. It is a homework task that assesses their understanding and writing skills. Students are tasked with completing a 25 mark exam style essay question. They are given the essay structure and mark allocation grid for AO1-4. Thereafter, once students have submitted their essays and it has been marked, they can be given the model sample essay answer on page 2-3 to assess themselves. It is an excellent stimulus for discussion and reflection. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Nathwari
staff resistance task

staff resistance task

The following resource is excellent when introducing Business students to change management and reasons for staff resistance. (Aimed at A-level Business students) The PowerPoint should be played in presentation mode. Students are tasked with 8 different fictional changes that are happening within their school in the future. Students must discuss in pairs which changes would result in most and least staff resistance, and prioritise the changes in regards to best and worse choices for the school moving forward. Fantastic in generating class discussion and exploration as students need to justify their response. The teacher can then introduce Kotter and Schlesinger model thereafter. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Nathwari
Crisis management examples task

Crisis management examples task

The following resource is excellent when introducing Business students to crisis management and contingency planning. (Aimed at A-level Business students) The PowerPoint should be played in presentation mode. With slide one, students are tasked with guessing the real life crisis examples in relation to the 10 images. The specific answer to each image transitions in with each ‘click’ on the keyboard/mouse. Great for generating class discussion and testing commercial awareness of students. The teacher can then question students on how contingency planning could have avoided or minimises the severity of each situation in question. Slide two flips the concept and gets students to consider why a crisis can be good for businesses, and provides some sample answers. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Nathwari
Business ethics tasks

Business ethics tasks

The following resources are excellent in stimulating class discussion when introducing ‘business ethics’ to A-level Business students. ‘What’s important to you?’ quiz- these starter exercise provides students with a fictional case study where the 5 main characters in the story represent certain values like morality, business, friendship, love and power. Students need to prioritise the characters who they felt were most important to them, and whilst purely subjective, is an interesting starter exercise to introducing business ethics. Business ethics exploration presentation- this slide provides students 8 typical cases of business ethics, and students are tasked with discussing and prioritising them from most ethical to least ethical actions/ decisions. Great for whole class discussion. *the docs are saved as editable for ease of use.
Nathwari
Scientific decision making tasks

Scientific decision making tasks

The following resource is useful to use when teaching Business students about scientific decision making. The presentation contains 2 respective tasks for students to complete, either individually or in pairs. It can be played on the board and/or given to students as worksheets. Slide 1 tasks students with thinking of advantages and disadvantages of scientific decision making vs. Intuition decision making. Extension question for fast working students in getting them to evaluate which method is best and why. Slide 2 provides three fictional management scenarios and students need to explore how their decisions are short-termism and effects on the business in the short and long term. Extension question for fast working students in getting them to think how scientific decision making processes and methods could be applied to each scenario. *no mark scheme/ solutions provided. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Nathwari
Decision tree recap task

Decision tree recap task

The following resource is useful to use after teaching Business students ‘decision trees’. The recap task assesses student’s understanding to calculate expected value and net gain using the data from the fictional case study of KFC. There is an additional extension task which gets students to consider other quantitative and qualitative factors factors that the business should consider before making their final decision on which product to pursue. The task can be shown on the board for students to work from and/or printed as a worksheet for them to answer on. *solutions for expected value and net gain are included on slide one- they are behind the decision tree, which will transition away when played in PowerPoint presentation mode. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Nathwari
Introduction to SMART objectives setting

Introduction to SMART objectives setting

The following resource can be used when teaching business objectives to students and introducing SMART objectives/ targets. Ideal for Business A-level students but could be used with GCSE students as well. Slide 1 outlines what SMART objectives means and links to an effective YouTube video. Side 2 is a fictional activity that is an excellent stimulus for peer collaboration and discussion. Students are tasked with devising SMART objectives for Nintendo, based off the case study provided. Extension task provided for fast working students. *resource has been saved as a PowerPoint doc for ease of editing.
Nathwari
Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Business mock

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Business mock

GCSE (9-1) Business mock. Includes mark scheme, mailmerged feedback sheets and spreadsheet. All the content is overlapping content from the old 2009 specification and reformed (9-1) 2017 specification. Questions include content from Theme 1 and Theme 2. Question types are Calcations, MCQ, Explain (3 marks) and Discuss (6 marks).
gboxford