The lesson involves a starter which involves students reflecting on their own personal finances. The main lesson introduces key terms and reasons for cash flow forecasting and a worksheet which involves students transferring financial information to a cash flow forecast. The worksheet also has the answers attached. The plenary includes true or false statements to test the knowledge of the learners.
There is a writing strip that helps students write 6 mark answers. This is easily adaptable for teachers to change towards their question.
There is also a writing frame that can be used for 12 mark questions. Again, teachers are free to make changes to this document to support individual questions.
3 description’s of different methods of production - students to work out from description which method of production.
Covers job, batch and flow production
Would be great as a quick retrieval exercise or revision exercise at the start of a lesson.
Individual research task for students to pick a motivational method of their choice and research and create a A4 display on the chosen method
With this download you will get access to a task sheet with the different methods and tasks that students need to complete.
Also there is a success criteria with effort grades you can quickly assess the work and space for a teacher/student comment for improvement.
This resource is in Microsoft Word so you can change motivational methods and you can change the success criteria to suit your school assessment policy.
Includes a help guide that can be given to students near their GCSE exams.
Paper 1 guide includes:
Content that will be assessed
useful revision sites
Exam technique guide
Key notes/information for units 1, 2, 3 and 4
Revision questions for units 1, 2, 3 and 4
Paper 2 guide includes
Content that will be assessed
Useful revision sites
Key notes/information for units 1, 2, 5 and 6
Revision questions for units 1, 2, 5 and 6
This is following the GCSE AQA 9-1 Specification and looks at the financial section of a business plan.
-Contains a starter - re-cap of business plans and what they are - fill in gap
-looks at categorising different costs into Fixed and Variable
- Match exercise with key terms and definition
-Worked examples to go through as a class
-Work sheets for students to have ago at some on their own
Ideal for 2 Lessons
-Lesson 1 - Case Study task which involves students researching into a Stakeholder and Presenting to class- Includes a Starter and Plenary
- Lesson 2 - Looks at applying the theory into practice and relating to businesses. Also introduced Stakeholder Conflict. - Includes Starter and Plenary
- Homework sheet to consolidate learning from the 2 lessons - complete with answers.
Basic worksheet for scratch.
Could be used with a basic introduction of the program or could be used as a re-cap activity in later years.
Students provided with a screenshot and they have to predict what would happen to the sprite. Students then test in Scratch and write what actually happened.
Students to watch an episode of tricky business on 4oD and then answer questions relating to that episode.
This activity would be great for students in year 9 to complete at home in preparation for their GCSE.
Has 4 different scenarios where students recommend which motivational method would be most suitable and justify their decision
Stretch and Challenge task - design a motivational package for an amazon picker!