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I have taught A Level Economics at a range of schools using different pedagogical techniques. I want to make my lessons as interesting and engaging as possible and so create all my own content from scratch, which I am keen to share with you. I try to push boundaries, be creative in my approach and give students a learning experience that goes beyond simply passing their exams.

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I have taught A Level Economics at a range of schools using different pedagogical techniques. I want to make my lessons as interesting and engaging as possible and so create all my own content from scratch, which I am keen to share with you. I try to push boundaries, be creative in my approach and give students a learning experience that goes beyond simply passing their exams.
Public Goods Lesson Activity with Answers
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Public Goods Lesson Activity with Answers

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A group activity for AS Economics that gets students to work together to decide whether each of the goods is excludable, rival, non-excludable and non rival. You can then get the students to discuss how we define each of the categories, private good, public good, quasi public good etc. Can also lead to a discussion on how these categorisations may have changed over time. The resource includes the teacher answers and a paper copy that students can cut and stick with. My students all have laptops so I just gave them the powerpoint without the answers and got them to drag and drop the answers.
Externalities Worksheet and Powerpoint
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Externalities Worksheet and Powerpoint

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An editable PDF externalities worksheet that uses (recent-ish) news to demonstrate: - Positive externalities in production - Positive externalities in consumption - Negative externalities in production - Negative externalities in consumption I have also included the Word version so you can edit it if you require. The Guardian article in question is this one https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/oct/25/heathrow-airport-expansion-gets-government-approval-gatwick There is also a powerpoint with a 7 step plan for merit goods (that I usually get the students to alter for the other types of externalities) to help students get full analysis marks.
Fiscal Policy Powerpoint, Worksheets and Lesson Activities
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Fiscal Policy Powerpoint, Worksheets and Lesson Activities

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This resource includes a powerpoint presentation on fiscal policy. It explains the types of fiscal policy, the impact on AD and AS, advantages, disadvantages, evaluation and crowding out. There is a worksheet on contractionary fiscal policy, a worksheet on government policy with answers and two class activities. One analysing the effect of an increase in goverment spending and the other is a true or false activity on crowding out in both editable PDF version and word version. I have also thrown in a 'chains of analysis' powerpoint for students to edit and compete to try to make the longest chain of analysis possible regarding fiscal and monetary policy. This resource includes everything you need to teach fiscal policy.
The Multiplier Effect (and Accelerator Effect ) Presentation and Two Worksheets with Answers
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The Multiplier Effect (and Accelerator Effect ) Presentation and Two Worksheets with Answers

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A whole lesson on the multiplier. This resource includes powerpoint slides, two worksheets (one focusing more on written skills and the other mathematical) both with teacher answers to the activities. There is also an extension task on the star wars multiplier effect that I have thrown in. I also have another resource on TES called the multiplier effect game which demonstrated why an the increase in national income exceeds the initial injection when the multiplier effect takes place.
Financial Markets Economics Presentation For New A Level Specification
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Financial Markets Economics Presentation For New A Level Specification

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A 21 slide powerpoint presentation on financial markets new to the AQA Economics specification (but may be suitable to other exam boards) Topics covered include: - Functions and characteristics of money - Money Supply - Quantity Theory of Money - Fishers Equation - Structure of Financial Markets - Government Bonds and Calculating Yields - Why the Bonds Yield and Price are Inverse to One Another - Commercial and Investment Banks Roles, Objectives and Balance Sheets - Trade off Between Liquidity, Profitability and Security - Regulation of the Financial System - Causes of Bank Failures For lesson activities and worksheets on Financial Markets check out my Break the Safe! Challenge here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/break-the-safe-financial-markets-and-monetary-policy-challenge-with-answers-11494888
GDP Statistics
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GDP Statistics

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A worksheet (and extension task) for students to act as the ONS and calculate price indexes, convert nominal GDP to real GDP, calculate GDP growth and GDP per capita. Includes questions designed to prompt students to work out why there is a difference in these measurements and useful formulas. Also includes a teacher answer sheet with the figures students should have calculated and brief answers to the questions.
Economic Growth Worksheet with Teacher Answers and Powerpoint and Multiplier Lesson Activity
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Economic Growth Worksheet with Teacher Answers and Powerpoint and Multiplier Lesson Activity

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A worksheet specifically looking at the causes of economic growth. (Check out my GDP Statistics resource for measurement of economic growth) I have also uploaded my own answers to the worksheet that have been handwritten and scanned in. There is also a powerpoint on economic growth looking at measurement, causes, consequences in advantages and disadvantages and evaluation. I have also included a lesson activity focussing on the multiplier effect and how that can be evaluated that includes answers.
Trade Union Negotiations Worksheet and Presentation
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Trade Union Negotiations Worksheet and Presentation

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A pdf worksheet that gets students to consider which of the trade unions demands the firm should agree to. Start off with £150m profits, if students choose to reject more than three demands they will only receive £75million because the workers will go on strike. Increasing training increases productivity and therefore increases the firms profits. Decide on figures for each of the options and combinations of agreements. Also included a powerpoint that explains the role of trade unions in a competitive and monopsony labour market.
Behavioural Economics Nudge Worksheets with Answers
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Behavioural Economics Nudge Worksheets with Answers

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This resource contains two worksheets designed to challenge students and apply their knowledge of behavioural economics to solve market failures in the fast food market and increase household recycling. Both worksheets come with suggested teacher answers and can prompt a good discussion at the end of the lesson when deciding whether nudges are more effective in the fast food market or to encourage recycling. The worksheets are different difficulties, with the recycling worksheet being the more difficult of the two.
Long Run Aggregate Supply Worksheets and Powerpoint Presentations
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Long Run Aggregate Supply Worksheets and Powerpoint Presentations

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One powerpoint presentation explaining long run aggregate supply both in the keynesian and classical model, one starter activity (in pdf and word formats) getting students to contrast the classical and keynesian models, one powerpoint presentation on macroeconomic equilibrium and one worksheet getting students to apply their knowledge of macroeconomic equilibrium, different interpretations of the economy and shifts in LRAS, AD and AS
Price Elasticity of Demand Game Starter Higher or Lower?
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Price Elasticity of Demand Game Starter Higher or Lower?

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A fun game or starter that gets students to apply their knowledge of price elasticity of demand. Students are shown a good and given its elasticity. They are next shown another good and have to guess whether the next goods elasticity will be higher or lower. This sparks a discussion of whether a good is likely to be price elastic or inelastic and how elastic or inelastic it will be. This can be done either as a whole class activity or in two smaller groups as there are two sets of questions. For each set there are 10 goods which range in difficulty.
Government Failure Newspaper Worksheet and Powerpoint Presentation
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Government Failure Newspaper Worksheet and Powerpoint Presentation

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Six recent-ish news stories that can be used to demonstrate government failure. Students have to explain what type of government failure each story is and why. Also includes a lesson powerpoint on government failure. The answers to the worksheet are as follows: 1. Information failure 2. Unintended consequences 3. Regulatory capture (potentially stemming from information failure) 4. Policy myopia (short termism) and maybe unintended consequences from allowing drivers on the hard shoulder 5. Political self interest and conflicting policies 6. Excessive admin costs and poor value for money
HS2 Worksheet with Answers (Supply side policies, externalities, inequality, unemployment, growth)
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HS2 Worksheet with Answers (Supply side policies, externalities, inequality, unemployment, growth)

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A fun worksheet asking students to find the stations on the HS2 route by answering true or false questions, estimate future demand for rail travel and consider the advantages and disadvantages of HS2. Can be used for many topics or revision. Topics include: - Supply side policies - Externalities - Inequality - Economic growth - Unemployment & more! This resource also includes suggested teacher answers.
The Labour Market Wages Lesson Starter - Higher or Lower?
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The Labour Market Wages Lesson Starter - Higher or Lower?

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After the success of my first higher or lower game I thought I would make a second one for the labour market which often is a dull topic. Students must use their knowledge to decide whether the next occupation will have higher or lower wages than the previous job. They can then be asked to explain their reasoning by drawing on concepts such as MRP, wage elasticity and non-pecuniary benefits. There are two sets of 10 occupations so the students can be divided into two groups and compete against one another.
Aggregate Demand (AD) and Short Run Aggregate Supply (SRAS) Worksheet
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Aggregate Demand (AD) and Short Run Aggregate Supply (SRAS) Worksheet

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Aggregate demand and short run aggregate supply worksheet getting students to apply their knowledge to shifts of AD and SRAS. Includes extension tasks for students who need stretch and challenge or who finish earlier. Could be used as a homework task or class activity. This resource is in microsoft word format so that it can be edited to suit your classes needs.