AS/A-Level Business Studies (Eduqas): Markets

AS/A-Level Business Studies (Eduqas): Markets

This is a printable flashcard resource for AS/A Level Business Eduqas on the topic of Markerts found in the A Level Specification (Component 1). -It thoroughly breaks up each specification point into bite sized learning that allow for a thorough understanding of strategy and implementation. -By following the specification very specifically this resource has allowed students to utilise the popular learning tool of flashcards to grasp the topic better, and recall information with ease during exams.
viviankoleoso
AS/A-Level Business Studies (Eduqas): Business Plans

AS/A-Level Business Studies (Eduqas): Business Plans

This is a printable flashcard resource for AS/A Level Business Eduqas on the topic of Business Plans found in the A Level Specification (Component 1). -It thoroughly breaks up each specification point into bite sized learning that allow for a thorough understanding of strategy and implementation. -By following the specification very specifically this resource has allowed students to utilise the popular learning tool of flashcards to grasp the topic better, and recall information with ease during exams.
viviankoleoso
AS/A-Level Business: Enterprise

AS/A-Level Business: Enterprise

This is a printable flashcard resource for AS/A Level Business Eduqas on the topic of Enterprise found in the A Level Specification (Component 1). -It thoroughly breaks up each specification point into bite sized learning that allow for a thorough understanding of strategy and implementation. -By following the specification very specifically this resource has allowed students to utilise the popular learning tool of flashcards to grasp the topic better, and recall information with ease during exams.
viviankoleoso
Animal Spirits - The Board Game!

Animal Spirits - The Board Game!

****Join Milton, Elinor, Maynard and Friedrich, your Animal Spirit Guides, as they undertake a perilous journey. (AKA: is your subject knowledge good enough?! Along the way you will encounter Bulls and Tigers and Bears…oh my! But, worst of all, you may see (or not see!) the Invisible Hand…that is never good news. Join us my friends, for the night is dark and full of animals… **It is a IDEAL for revision or retrieval practice or for assessing understanding at the end of a topic ** This board game comes complete with: Game Board Instructions for Preparation Instructions for Teachers Rules for Players Questions Place Mat Tiger Challenge ‘Scribble Sheet’ Animal Spirit Guides – template for Playing Pieces Additional images of ‘animals’ ****PLUS… A full topic set of 84 question cards (Economic Methodology and the Economic Problem) as an introductory offer. Although the set of questions included is based on Section 1 of the AQA A Level Economics Specification - Economic Methodology and the Economic Problem, it would suit all other Specifications. You could even use it for GCSE by removing a few cards. More questions sets will follow. Look out for them! Best wishes.
SpringwellTeaching
The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018 is a 6-page PDF document made up of 4 puzzles based on the events of last week’s news. It’s a quick and simple process to download the resource and it can be stored on a flash drive ready for printing. The World. News Crossword puzzle usually takes a class about 30-45 minutes to complete, leaving some time for discussion on some of the more interesting news stories. The puzzle seems to work best when done in pairs or small groups, to generate discussion. The goal of course is to have students learning more about the world around them, and to prompt them to ask questions, especially ‘why…?’ All for just £2. What’s in this week’s document? (1) A crossword based on the events of last week’s news, (2) A crossword about Burkina Faso because it was in the news last week because of a malaria/bed-net trial that appears to have reduced the infection rate of malaria by 12%, (3) A crossword all about Climate Change, because it’s always in the news despite what Australia’s agriculture minister said, (3) And a crossword about Julius Caesar that can be shared with an English teacher. It’s included because in last week’s news there was a bit of a performance in front of the Trevi Fountain in Rome. All for just £2. So what happened last week? Australia’s agriculture minister said that the drought affecting almost all of Australia has nothing to do with man-made climate change. Excessive monsoon rain caused deaths, wide-spread displacement, and property damage in Kerala. The Swiss government announced measures to help farmers affected by the drought which has been caused by the heatwave in Europe. Two trucks crashed on the highway near Bologna in Italy, a plane crashed near Seattle, and another plane crashed in Indonesia - and a 12 year old boy survived. There was a magnitude 6.2 aftershock near Lombok Island, also in Indonesia. Brazil closed its border to Venezuelans. Singapore trialled eye-scans at its border. And speaking of borders, it seems (based on surveys) that at least 100 constituencies in Britain that previously voted to leave the EU would now vote to remain in the EU. A German man called the police because he was being chased by a baby squirrel. (Tyranny comes in many forms.) In France, crows were trained to collect cigarette butts and exchange them for food. And Christopher Robin was banned from China (the movie, not the boy) - something to do with Winnie the Pooh. All that (and three bonus puzzles) for just £2.
BFP
Micro Economics A Level Revision Notes

Micro Economics A Level Revision Notes

Module 4.1.1 for the new AQA specification. Can be used for 99.9% of other specifications as well as the content is very similar. Covers the basics of economics e.g. the economic problem, factors of production. Made using EzyEconomics videos. A* Student. :)
matilda_atkinson3
50 Social Studies Labs - Geography History Cultural Studies Economics Government

50 Social Studies Labs - Geography History Cultural Studies Economics Government

Collection of 50 Social Studies Activities for kids. Recommended for grades K to 6 and up! Each one has a snappy title, a brief set of instructions, recommended materials list, and space for notes. These are very adjustable for your classroom, home, or homeschool needs. Do projects for concepts like: Geography, Cultural Studies, Economics, History, Government, and more are covered with these 50 fun activities! Make social studies exciting at home or in the classroom with projects like: making models, planning tourist road trips, making reports on Wonders of the World, and much more!
rupert_boyne
The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018 is a 6-page PDF document made up of 4 puzzles based on the events of last week’s news. It’s a quick and simple process to download the resource and it can be stored on a flash drive ready for printing. All for just £2. What’s in this week’s document? (1) A crossword based on the events of last week’s news, (2) A search & cloze puzzle giving a little more detailed explanation of Zimbabwe and the events leading to last week’s election, (3) A crossword all about Zimbabwe - where is it? What are its neighbouring countries? What are its lakes, mountains, and rivers? (3) A crossword all about India which was also in the news last week. The puzzle usually takes a class about 30-45 minutes to complete, leaving some time for discussion on some of the more interesting news stories. The puzzle seems to work best when done in pairs or small groups, to generate discussion. The goal of course is to have students learning more about the world around them, and to prompt them to ask questions, especially ‘why…?’ What happened last week? On Lombok (in Indonesia) about 500 stranded tourists were rescued after an earthquake, but then another very large earthquake struck about a week after the first, prompting. a tsunami warning for the region. Wildfires continued in California and Europe experienced a heatwave. Students in Bangladesh protested for better traffic and street safety. Evidence of a 2000 year old library was uncovered in Cologne. A plane crashed in Mexico. A helicopter crashed in Siberia. And a plane crashed in the Swiss Alps. A new government was elected in Zimbabwe and 6 people were killed in protests following the result. The boys who were rescued from the cave in Thailand returned home after their 9 days as novice Buddhist monks. And someone kidnapped a shark, disguised as a baby in a pram, from an aquarium in Texas.
BFP
Card Sort: What were the arguments for and against pit closures in 1992?

Card Sort: What were the arguments for and against pit closures in 1992?

In late 1992, the UK government announced that it would begin a process to close its remaining 31 coal mines with the loss of 30,000 jobs. The government argued that Britain no longer needed British coal as it could import its energy sources such as a lot more cheaply from elsewhere. This led to a ‘Dash for Gas’ with Britain’s once mighty coal industry being shut down. There were many other benefits and downsides to closing the pits. This outstanding card sort is designed to help students understand and assess some of the arguments for and against closing the pits in 1992. It can be used as a starter, plenary or main activity to accompany any main stream text book or resource on this topic. The nature of the task means that it appeals to the full range of ability. When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a single page Word Document which contains a learning objective, instructions, two heading cards as well as fourteen fully editable statements that can sorted under them. I have also linked in video clip from the parliamentary debate on this issue with a speech from Tony Ben, which are worthwhile watching with your students, depending on their ability. The aims of this lesson / activity are: Know: Why did the UK government decide to close its remaining coal mines in 1992? Understand: What were the arguments for and against pit closures? Evaluate: Should the British government have decided to close down the coal industry in 1992? WILF - What am I Looking For? Identify & describe: Why did the UK government decide to close its remaining coal mines in 1992? Explain: What were the arguments for and against pit closures? Analyse: Should the British government have decided to close down the coal industry in 1992? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more quality time with the people who matter. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
Roy_Huggins
Edexcel  Economics A - Theme 4

Edexcel Economics A - Theme 4

Notes, slides and activities. Included is a revision checklist, which links each part of the specification to the resources provided. Slides are engaging, colourful and construct diagrams using a step-by-step method, so that concepts are more accessible for students. Teacher written notes are specific to Edexcel and expand upon the content in the slides. Resources use contemporary, real-life examples to bring the theory to life.
magichael
05. Bilateral Agreement & Terms of Trade (Slides, Activities and Notes) -A-Level Economics - Theme 4

05. Bilateral Agreement & Terms of Trade (Slides, Activities and Notes) -A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two) focuses upon bilateral trade agreements, using lots of contemporary examples like US-UK and EU-Canada. In addition, terms of trade is also included in this package of two smaller topics. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
Theme 4 - Edexcel Economics A - Check List

Theme 4 - Edexcel Economics A - Check List

Use this FREE revision checklist to see how the Edexcel specification links up to the resources available in the Magichael Economics Shop. Clearly and easily link each specification topic to the resources available online. The check list contains tips and extra details as to what students need to learn.
magichael
Theme 3 - Edexcel Economics A - Check List

Theme 3 - Edexcel Economics A - Check List

Use this FREE revision checklist to see how the Edexcel specification links up to the resources available in the Magichael Economics Shop. Clearly and easily link each specification topic to the resources available online. The check list contains tips and extra details as to what students need to learn.
magichael
Theme 2 - Edexcel Economics A - Check List

Theme 2 - Edexcel Economics A - Check List

Use this FREE revision checklist to see how the Edexcel specification links up to the resources available in the Magichael Economics Shop. Clearly and easily link each specification topic to the resources available online. The check list contains tips and extra details as to what students need to learn.
magichael
Theme 1 - Edexcel Economics A - Check List

Theme 1 - Edexcel Economics A - Check List

Use this FREE revision checklist to see how the Edexcel specification links up to the resources available in the Magichael Economics Shop. Clearly and easily link each specification topic to the resources available online. The check list contains tips and extra details as to what students need to learn.
magichael
20. Development Economics COMPLETE SET OF NOTES

20. Development Economics COMPLETE SET OF NOTES

This extensive document provides details for the entire development economics section of the Edexcel A-Level Economics specification. Each section of the notes is clearly labeled and linked to the relevant part of the specification. The contents of the notes are as follows: Chapter 1 – page 2-5 - Inequality 4.2.2 Chapter 2 – page 6-11 - Absolute and relative poverty 4.2.1 Chapter 3 – page 12-15 - Measures of development 4.3.1 Chapter 4 – page 16-22 - Factors influencing growth and development 4.3.2 Chapter 5 – page 23-33 - Strategies influencing growth and development 4.3.3
magichael
19. Financial Markets (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

19. Financial Markets (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly three) focuses upon the role of financial markets and financial market failure. These new topics to the specification are potentially overwhelming and can be confusing for students, but these resources work precisely to the specification and outline exactly what students need to know. The notes are concise and yet provide exactly what is required. The resource begins with some information about stocks and shares, then goes onto the role of financial markets and then market failure. Excellent contemporary news articles help to apply the theory. Also included is a wonderful A* essay answer to some potential financial market essay questions. Resources included are: Marked essay exemplar answers and annotated mark schemes for essay question activity Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
18. Taxation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

18. Taxation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon different types of tax systems: progressive, regressive and proportional. The resources move onto discussing the Laffer Curve as a means of evaluation. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
17. Public Expenditure and Debt (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

17. Public Expenditure and Debt (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon the different types of government spending (public expenditure) including capital, current and transfer spending. The resources then cover national debt, including debt as a percentage of GDP. Included is an excellent article on austerity - this brilliant resource provides both the benefits and drawbacks of reducing the national debt. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
16. Macroeconomic Policies Global Context (Slides, Activities, Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 4

16. Macroeconomic Policies Global Context (Slides, Activities, Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon revisiting fiscal, monetary and supply-side policies. They are then extended to include more detail for Year 13. Extensions included extra details for QE, negative interest rates and ‘forward guidance’ for monetary policy. Also included is a set of notes to cover 4.5.4 Macroeconomic Policies in a Global Context. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
15. Role of Central Banks (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

15. Role of Central Banks (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly one or two) focuses upon the role of central banks. This potentially vast topic is made more accessible and concise in accordance with the requirements of the specification. This includes being a ‘lender of last resort’ and regulation of the financial sector. Included are some excellent articles from the news and links to very engaging videos to help explain the concept. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
14. Exchange Rate Systems (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

14. Exchange Rate Systems (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon the different exchange rate systems, as outlined by the specification: floating, fixed and managed. In addition, factors that influence free floating exchange rate systems are explored. Also included is an A* essay answer which has been marked alongside an annotated mark scheme. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
13. Current Account Deficit Policies (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 4

13. Current Account Deficit Policies (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two) focuses upon policies which can improve the current account balance. Each policy is analysed and evaluated. The slides also clearly explain the J-Curve and Marshall-Lerner Condition. The notes are a great way for students to learn and digest this topic more easily. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
12. Balance of Payments (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

12. Balance of Payments (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two) focuses upon the current, capital and financial accounts of the balance of payments. The theory is then applied to some real-life news articles. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
11. Competitiveness Policies (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

11. Competitiveness Policies (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly one or two) focuses upon how economies can improve their international competitiveness. Each of the policies are analysed in terms of the benefits and evaluation. The resources also include real, topical articles to bring the theory to life with application. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
10. International Competitiveness (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 4

10. International Competitiveness (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two) focuses upon how economies can improve their international competitiveness. Great use is made of the World Economic Forum’s Competitiveness Rankings Report and a research task brings the theory to life. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
09. Protectionism (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

09. Protectionism (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon disrupting free trade. Different protectionism policies are explored with the benefits and drawbacks analysed. The challenging tariff and quota diagram is broken down to make learning more accessible. In addition, the resources are packed with real and contextual examples of protectionism in the media. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
08. Monetary Union (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

08. Monetary Union (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two) focuses upon trade blocs sharing a common currency, known as a monetary union. The resources focus upon the Eurozone and explain the Eurozone Debt Crisis in simple terms, as this is often mentioned in mark schemes for the evaluation of a monetary union. Included is an excellent link that explains the crisis. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
07. World Trade Organisation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

07. World Trade Organisation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon the World Trade Organisation (WTO). This topic can often be confusing and overwhelming for students, therefore the notes and slides break up the topic clearly and outline the precise aspects required by the specification. This also includes the ‘conflicts between WTO and trade blocs’. The topic is also brought to life with some topical news articles. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
06. Trade blocs (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

06. Trade blocs (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon each of the different levels of economic integration, clearly explaining the differences all of the way from a free trade area to a full fiscal union. These resources contain several excellent up-to-date examples of trade blocs and also an A* essay written by a student. Resources included are: Marked essay exemplar answers and annotated mark schemes for essay question activity Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
04. Globalisation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

04. Globalisation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon the benefits and drawbacks of globalisation from the perspective of developing and developed nations. The detailed notes keep the topic on track with what the specification requires and also included is an article discussing the changes in global income. The resources contain a link to an excellent 50 min documentary. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
03. Free Trade Liberalisation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

03. Free Trade Liberalisation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon the benefits of free trade and explains the concept of trade creation and trade diversion (see preview image). Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
02. Numerical Comparative Advantage (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 4

02. Numerical Comparative Advantage (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly one or two) focuses upon the numerical interpretations for the theory of comparative advantage. Clear slides and work sheet activities make this concept very clear. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
01. Trade Comparative Advantage (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

01. Trade Comparative Advantage (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 4

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon why countries trade using an excellent video, worksheet and contexualised examples from the media. The theory of comparative advantage is also explained and linked to trade. Numerical examples are included in the next set of resources. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
Edexcel  Economics A - Theme 3

Edexcel Economics A - Theme 3

Notes, slides and activities. ALL market structures are clearly explained and students are aware of precisely what needs to be learnt. Included is a revision checklist, which links each part of the specification to the resources provided. Slides are engaging, colourful and construct diagrams using a step-by-step method, so that concepts are more accessible for students. Teacher written notes are specific to Edexcel and expand upon the content in the slides. Resources use contemporary, real-life examples to bring the theory to life.
magichael
23. Labour Market (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 3

23. Labour Market (Slides, Activities and Notes) - Edexcel A-Level Economics - Theme 3

This sequence of lessons (roughly three or four) focuses upon the labour market. Influences upon demand and supply of labour are clearly outlined, as is the elasticity of both. Scenario activities apply the concepts and the notes/slides clearly show what students need to know. In addition, geographical immobility of labour is explained and the National Living Wage is used as an example to contextualise the topic. Students can find this topic overwhelming, these resources make the whole concept concise and clearly show what students need to learn. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
22. Privatisation and Deregulation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 3

22. Privatisation and Deregulation (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 3

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon government intervention to encourage competition. The concepts of deregulation and privatisation are explained through the example of Royal Mail. This sometimes overwhelming topic for students is clearly and concisely condensed in accordance with the specification. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael
21. Regulation, price capping (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 3

21. Regulation, price capping (Slides, Activities and Notes) - A-Level Economics - Theme 3

This sequence of lessons (roughly two or three) focuses upon regulatory bodies and how they intervene in markets, as an alternative to encouraging competition. The concepts of price capping and profit capping are clearly explained. Clear examples are used, including Network Rail and Thames Water. Resources included are: Clear, colourful and engaging PowerPoint which links to the worksheets. Worksheets that match-up with the slides and clearly link to the specification. Edexcel-specific set of notes for the student (and teacher!). All resources are an original creation, detailed and very thorough. These lessons focus specifically upon Edexcel A Economics, but the fundamental premise could be applied to any exam board.
magichael