A presentation containing 'snowball' or summary questions for all five topics within the AQA AS Microeconomics specifications, including a key term test.
This would be ideal as an entire lesson, or could be used as a summary at the end of teaching each section.
Methods of production lesson:
Powerpoint outlining job and flow production with embedded video examples and quick tasks.
Production line activity with one half of the class as a factory using job production and one half using flow production.
Need glue, colouring pencils and scissors.
A fun and practical way to learn about supply chains. Split the class into five teams and give them each one of the scenarios. They then negotiate at each stage of the supply chain. I have played this with sweets and stationary before, and use monopoly money as the currency. Enjoy!
Students have a short period to guess the logo behind the bricks (either write down in silence or compete for the first answer). Answers at the end of the powerpoint. I have used this to introduce promotion in marketing and the idea of how aware students are of logos/slogans etc, but could be used for any subject as a starter.
A lesson on the EU, including a starter activity using questions for the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgnXwrsMBUs (link on ppt), a powerpoint, a true or false activity and a game which asks the students to guess the country with clues.