"Thunk" starter included. This lesson introduces students to the structure of personal statements for university applications. There is an activity where students compare 2 different personal statements and discuss what they feel is good and bad about them based on the advice they have been given.
- Powerpoint, worksheets and link to research Padlet included. - The video is integrated to avoid internet connectivity issues. - Originally design for Unit 15 career development. - Useful lesson for any personal development classes.
The Powerpoint was designed as a AS Business revision session. The starter highlights common errors students make in drawing the demand and supply diagram. The content highlights the key things students need to know in line with the AS Edexcel business specification.
Useful revision activities WITH ANSWERS for Theme 2. These can be used as starters or part of a revision work shop. Topics covered include. Statement of financial position. Comprehensive statement of income. Liquidity. Profit Margins. Exchange rates. Legislation.
Guess Who style activity including fact files. Lots of opportunity for discussion.
This resource was designed to introduce SWOT analysis for unit 15 career planning, however some elements could be useful for other courses as it covers the basic principles of SWOT analysis and business related examples before considering its uses for personal assessment for career development.
This resource was developed to highlight to students what they do well in 8 mark essay questions and what they need to improve. My class found this very useful and have made a marked improvement.
This presentation provides an editable template and instructions for an activity I developed to support and push students in applying theory to various industries and products. One of the key challenges I have found with my classes is the development of application skills. I have seen a positive impact in the development of application skills in their essay writing as a result of regular use of this activity. This activity engages students and is a useful piece of formative assessment to inform future planning.
This resource is an updated version of the previously published higher order thinking powerpoint. This is an interactive lesson which encourages students to think about how they think in preparation for exam technique input.
This PowerPoint aims to promote higher order thinking. I used this with my class to set the scene for an exam technique lesson so that we could discuss the different types of thinking and different skills they will be required to exhibit in their essay writing. This was useful in helping students understand what is expected of them in the classroom and outside of the classroom in order for them to be successful. Lots of great opportunities for debate and discussion.
This is an interactive quiz designed for the last lesson before we break up for the winter holiday. There are 7 rounds which test students general business knowledge as well as their understanding of the Edexcel A level business specification that has been covered so far.
This input powerpoint explores the different types of direct and indirect taxation. It allows students to consider how tax affects them individually and how it impacts on small business. Examples of well known tax avoidance and evasion are explored and legal means of managing tax identified. Generates lots of class discussion.
This finance revision sheet was originally designed for BTEC level 2 business. However it covers the very basics of key finance topics so would also be useful for other GCSE spec or as an A level revision starter.
17 starters in total with answers! These are great for having on the board as soon as the students arrive. The timer motivates students to settle in quickly and complete the questions before the timer goes red. This has made a huge impact in ensuring a smooth start to lessons. Just copy and paste the slides you want as your starter at the beginning of your lesson powerpoint.