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General Electronics Bundle

General Electronics Bundle

Lots of resources to support students who study electronics. Great to support teachers trying to meet the electronics elements of the new Design Technology specification

By Nduty

Who Wants to ba a Millionaire Electronics Quiz

Who Wants to ba a Millionaire Electronics Quiz

This starter activity is a fun way of quizzing students on their electronics knowledge The quiz is on a PowerPoint presentation uses hyperlinks to take you to the next question if you get the answer correct and incorrect answers to a game over page. There is even a 50/50 option to take away 2 incorrect answers. This is editable so you can change the questions to suit your own means, but if you do so it is important to make sure you either edit the hyperlinks or always keep the correct answers in the same position.

By Nduty

IB Higher and Standard Level Economics Consumer Surplus and Producer Surplus PPTs 24 Quality Slides

IB Higher and Standard Level Economics Consumer Surplus and Producer Surplus PPTs 24 Quality Slides

24-slide superior quality IB Standard Level and Higher Level Economics PPTs. 16:9 ratio to fit beautifully with modern screen ratios, but will easily adjust to other screen dimensions. Packed full of easy-to-understand explanations, in a striking visual style. These PPTs correspond to the following learning objective from the IB Economics syllabus: Explain the concept of consumer surplus. Identify consumer surplus on a demand and supply diagram. Explain the concept of producer surplus. Identify producer surplus on a demand and supply diagram. Evaluate the view that the best allocation of resources from society’s point of view is at competitive market equilibrium, where social (community) surplus (consumer surplus and producer surplus) is maximized (marginal benefit = marginal cost). Can be easily complemented with any standard IB (e.g. Tragakes) texts for effective delivery of the unit. Tried and tested in various learning environments (including non-native users of English) with strong results in terms of student understanding.

By EconomicsTeacherinChina

Unit 6 iGCSE: External Influences

Unit 6 iGCSE: External Influences

Diagrams to help students visually organise their notes on Unit 6: External Influences on Business Activity. It follows the iGCSE syllabus but would topics would be suitable for other exam boards. The topics include: 1. Government Objectives and Policies 2. Environmental and ethical issues 3. Business and the international economy Could be used as a revision activity, or as a starter/ plenary depending on teacher preference.

By igcsebusteacher88

Environmental and ethical issues

Environmental and ethical issues

A diagram used to visually organise information on how business activity can impact the environment, including the notion of externalities. Also included is the issues concerning pressure group activity, ethical decisions and financial penalties that can be enforced. This could be used as a revision activity, as a starter, plenary or main activity. It could also be blown into A3.

By igcsebusteacher88

Carpentry and Building Hand Tools

Carpentry and Building Hand Tools

This resource is a list of common carpentry and building handtools. The first worksheet lists the tool, has a description of what the tool is used for and has a picture. The second sheet is an activity for students to complete by filling in the description area. This is useful for apprentices or those working in the construction industry that are new to NZ (worker from overseas) that need to get up to speed with names for tools and equipment within the industry

By biowriterab

Science Week Bundle

Science Week Bundle

A collection of science themed resources and activities that you might enjoy for British Science Week. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Award in Construction and the Built Environment Unit 3

BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Award in Construction and the Built Environment Unit 3

A detailed assignment for Unit 3: Scientific and Mathematical Applications for Construction Learning aim A: Understand the effects of forces and temperature changes on materials used in construction This is a fully Internally verified assessment for Unit 3 Learning Aim A. I will also be posting a full power point teaching resource to accompany this which is under development. Hope you find it useful

By JoanneB2