Here is an excel sheet full of go to websites for STEM activities to support remote planning ideas. padlet.com/lslevin1/STEMHUBTP
This is an introductory lesson which guides students through the purpose and content of a profit and loss and gives them an opportunity to practice calculating profit margins.
Introduction to inflation, interest rates, taxes, exchange rates, business cycle and legislation.
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 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 resource cover the Edexcel Business A Level Specification for 2.2.1 Internal sources of finance and 2.2.2 External sources of finance. Lecture slides cover the more difficult elements of the spec, Team research task with work sheet, stater assesses prior learning, active plenary.
This resource includes 3 lessons which cover the Edexcel A level spec for 1.5.4 a) Sole trader, partnership and private limited company b) Franchising, social enterprise, lifestyle businesses, online businesses c) Growth to PLC and stock market flotation Starter quizzes review prior learning, lecture content covers all spec elements, integrated questioning throughout the powerpoint,links to useful video content.
These resources where designed to meet the AS Edexcel Business specification. Lesson 1 introduces quality, why it is important and the two methods of quality management (control vs assurance). Engaging practical activity using Malteasers, video, links to relevant theory in the spec, lots of real world examples. Lesson 2 focuses on TQM, Kaizan, and how businesses can implement TQM techniques. Links made to wider world general knowledge, business examples and vocabulary development. Please note that although the text seems out of alignment on the preview. Once downloaded all is well.
This lesson was designed to identify and address student misconceptions of Legal structures/Ownership Structures.
This lesson covers the three methods of break even (formula,table,graph), as well as the limitations of break even analysis and the impact of changing variables of the breakeven point. Powerpoint includes: easy to follow teacher input slides, student activities with answers, and a Kahoot quiz.
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.
This resource provides all input for assignment 1 P1,M1,D1 in the context of assessing a college's communication. You can adapt the examples as you see fit to your institution's assignment brief or use the college as a class room example. The resource includes: - Theory powerpoint - Starter activities for each lesson - Example work for peer assessment activities - Quizzes to test students understanding - Revision mind mapping activity - Integrated videos - Business case studies to promote problem solving
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.
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 input powerpoint takes students through a case study to teach them how to calculate cost, revenue, profit and percentage changes. Stretch and challenge questions are integrated to get students thinking about the reality of the figures. Kahoot quiz included.
This resource was developed to help students understand the difficulties of becoming and operating as a PLC and what companies must do to be able to float on the stock exchange. Students are set flipped learning on ownership structures in advance to obtain a basic understanding. Video is integrated but youtube links are also provided.
This lesson covers topics outlined in 1.5.3 of the new Edexcel specification. Promotes class discussion and exploration of business examples. Includes relevant exam technique input.
- 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.