Housing Worksheet

Housing Worksheet

The purpose of this resource is to introduce students to the factors that they need to consider when purchasing a house. Essentially this covers aspects of Citizenship and also acts as an introduction to the demand side of the economics of housing. You will need to tweak this, to your own region/ using your own details, but the two web sites work well as an intoduction to this topic and you can have some fun with the the students choice of housing.
milesofsmiles
Investor Game

Investor Game

I use this with my year 12 students at the end of the summer term. Just a bit of fun really, but actually, there's plenty of Economics in it.
southisland
snickers - intro to demand game

snickers - intro to demand game

I run this game as an intro to D&S - before ever mentioning the theory. After the game all students have a better understanding of the concept & can then 'frame' the theory arround a kinesthetic game. Not my own, taken from BIZED - but adapted & modernised from what I think was an American college Ec website (at least 3 years ago!) With good old tippex I then remove tweenies for TWIX....
DebbieGordon
intro to economic markets

intro to economic markets

a lesson plan and powerpoint that I use as the 1st lesson to economics - ideally based in an ICT room, but if not have lots of printouts of market prices (see slideshow)
DebbieGordon
bees dont just make honey

bees dont just make honey

Used an old edexcel past paper and created some questions using new style for AS Ec 1 there was a video on reuters to complement the case study and article http://uk.reuters.com/article/reutersEdge/idUKLNE4AP05K20081126 http://uk.reuters.com/news/video?videoId=95107
DebbieGordon
Evaluation advice

Evaluation advice

A rough 'n' ready bit of guidance on evaluation skills for AS economists. I used this in a revision session, but there may be useful bits for you to adapt for your own situations.
Snorkers
Economcis revision using BBC news audio-visual clips

Economcis revision using BBC news audio-visual clips

A selection of BBC news video clips have proved useful in revision with my AS economics students. I have linked to some of them together with a selection of other resources including some data charts. They cover a range of micro and macroeconomic topics. In each case the news clip can be played once or perhaps twice and students have some time to draw from the clips relevant topics, issues or ideas which are then brought together in discussion. In a typical thirty-five minute or forty minute lesson we might use three or four clips.
Far_Corner