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Dania Ewodage is my name. I am a Nigerian, married with children. A profession teacher with years of experience and certified by the C.I.E, I hold a BSc. and a Masters degrees both in economics and the U.K. Inst. of Marketing diploma. I am also a Consultant and Pastor.

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Dania Ewodage is my name. I am a Nigerian, married with children. A profession teacher with years of experience and certified by the C.I.E, I hold a BSc. and a Masters degrees both in economics and the U.K. Inst. of Marketing diploma. I am also a Consultant and Pastor.
BUSINESS STUDIES MOCK EXAM. QUESTIONS WITH MARK SCHEME, YEAR 11 PAPERS 2  Feb./Mar., TERM 2, 2018
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BUSINESS STUDIES MOCK EXAM. QUESTIONS WITH MARK SCHEME, YEAR 11 PAPERS 2 Feb./Mar., TERM 2, 2018

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Save valuable time sp coversend on preparing good questions and marks scheme. Get this affordable and excellent 'Ready to use Key stage 4 year 11 IGCSE Business Studies Preset Examination Questions with Marking Scheme for Teachers.For Term 2, 2018, it covers Business activity, Classification of businesses, Enterprise, business growth and size, Types of business organization, Business objectives and stakeholder objectives, marketing, competition and the customer, market research, Business finance: needs and sources, Income statements, Government economic objectives and policies, etc.
Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics (Types of taxation) Year 10 Week 8 a Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus
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Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics (Types of taxation) Year 10 Week 8 a Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

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Lesson Plan. This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme. LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to: • Define a tax. • describe the types of taxation (direct, indirect, progressive, regressive, and proportional) and the impact of taxation
IGCSE Business Studies Revision Notes on Unit 5 Financial information and decisions
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This Revision Notes on Unit 5 Financial information and decisions will help your students to practice, study and revise as they work towards getting ready for the school and for the IGCSE Business Studies examinations on the current. Teachers can use it to engage Students’ for meaningful learning. And to guide students as they study this topic. It covers all aspects of this topic in the syllabus with class activities, questions and answers to practice the principles revised. It will instill a good knowledge and understanding of this topic.
IGCSE ECONOMICS WORKSHEET - Economic Problem Choice & Resources Allocation.
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Work Sheet on IGCSE Economics -Economic Problem Choice & Resources Allocation: This Work Sheet will help your student in discovery learning and confidence building as thy work towards getting ready for the school and for the IGCSE Economic examinations on syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students’ alike. Briefly teach the topic and then engage students with this worksheet. They can work alone or in pairs, as you consider best. They are also free to work with the recommended text books and you can enjoy a relatively free and easy learning environment in your class room.
Unit 3.3.5 Technology and the marketing mix - IGCSE Business Studies
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A Power Point presentation on ‘Unit 3.3.5 Technology and the marketing mix’. It is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. It includes a test yourself questions. Parents can also use to help their children to improve on their performance. Lesson Objectives At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 3.3.5 Describe Technology and the marketing mix: • Define and explain the concept of e-commerce • Identify and explain the opportunities and threats of e-commerce to business and consumers • Describe the use of the internet and social networks for promotion. Do and /or analyze the ‘Test Yourself Questions’ at the end of the slides.
Unit 3.2.2 Presentation of Market Research InformationIGCSE Business Studies
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Unit 3.2.2 Presentation of Market Research Information IGCSE Business Studies

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A power point presentation on all you need to teach on ‘3.2.2 Presentation and use of market research results.’ IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. Lesson Objectives At the end of the lesson students should be able to: 3.2.2 Presentation and use of market research results: • Analyse market research data shown in the form of graphs, charts and diagrams; draw simple conclusions from such data • Do the ‘Test Yourself Question’ and ‘Class Activity’
Unit 3.4.3 Opportunities and Problems of Entering New Markets abroad IGCSE Business Studies
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Unit 3.4.3 Opportunities and Problems of Entering New Markets abroad IGCSE Business Studies

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A power point presentation on all you need to teach on ‘3.4.3 Opportunities and Problems of Entering New Markets abroad.’ IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. Lesson Objectives At the end of the lesson students should be able to: 3.4.3 The opportunities and problems of entering new markets abroad: • Growth potential of new markets in other countries • Problems of entering foreign markets, e.g. cultural differences and lack of knowledge • Benefits and limitations of methods to overcome such problems, e.g. joint ventures • Do the Short Responses Questions with Answers provided at the end of the presentation.
Allocation of resources in market and mixed economic systems & the economy sectors.IGCSE Econom
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Allocation of resources in market and mixed economic systems & the economy sectors. IGCSE Econom

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Whole Lesson: A whole lesson and this is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Economic syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. Parents can also use to help their children to improve on their performance. Lesson Objectives : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: • Unit 6.2 a. describe the allocation of resources in market and mixed economic systems; describe the terms primary, secondary and service (tertiary) sector in an economy • Answer the ‘Interactive Questions’ and do the ‘Class Activities 1, 2, & 3.’ provided at the end of the presentation.
Lesson Plan IGCSE Business Studies Year 10 Week 1 b Term 1 (1.1.1 Specialisation, etc.) , 2017- 2019
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Lesson Plan IGCSE Business Studies Year 10 Week 1 b Term 1 (1.1.1 Specialisation, etc.) , 2017- 2019

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Lesson Plan IGCSE Bus. Studies (1.1.1 • Specialisation, • Purpose of business activity, • The concept of adding value) Year 10 Week 1 b Term 1, 2017- 2019 Syllabus Lesson Plan. This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme. LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to: • Importance of specialization • Purpose of business activity • The concept of adding value and how added value can be increased
Unit 3.2.1 Market ResearchIGCSE Business Studies
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Unit 3.2.1 Market Research IGCSE Business Studies

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A power point presentation on all you need to teach ‘3.2 Market research.’ IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. Lesson Objectives At the en of the lesson students should be able to: 3.2 Define Market research 3.2.1 Identify and describe the role of market research and methods used: • describe Market-orientated businesses (uses of market research information to a business) • Primary research and secondary research (benefits and limitations of each) • Do the ‘Test Yourself Questions’ and ‘Exam Practice Questions’
5.5 Analysis of accounts (Performance measures - Users of account & Ratios)  IGCSE Business Studies
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5.5 Analysis of accounts (Performance measures - Users of account & Ratios) IGCSE Business Studies

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Whole Lesson: A whole lesson with class activity and answers. This is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. Parents can also use to help their children to improve on their performance. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 5.5.1demonstrate how to interpret financial statements by calculating and analysing accounting ratios: • Gross profit margin • Profit margin (‘profit margin’ was known as ‘net profit margin’ in the 2014 and previous syllabuses) • Return on Capital Employed • Current ratio • Acid test ratio 5.5.2 Liquidity: • The concept and importance of liquidity 5.5.3 Why and how accounts are used: • Needs of different users of accounts and ratio analysis • How users of accounts and ratio results might use information to help make decisions, e.g. whether to lend to or invest in the business. Class activity included to engage and assess students’ understanding.
Full BUNDLE Business Studies: Unit 5 Financial information and decisions.
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This bundle of 7 items covers all you have to teach your students on Unit 5 Financial information and decisions, including the topics From 5.3 Income statements. (T, P & L to Balance Sheet), 5.5 Analysis of accounts (Performance measures - Users of account & Ratios, Break - even analysis, Business finance: needs and sources, Examination Questions with Mark Schemes, and a Work Sheet. Total cost = £25.50. All at ONLY £14.50 (43% Discount}!!!
4.1.3 How Technology has changed Production Methods                                      IGCSE – B
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4.1.3 How Technology has changed Production Methods IGCSE – B

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A whole lesson on this topic as stated. It is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teaching and Students’ note taking and class works. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 4.1.3 describe how technology has changed production methods, e.g. using computers in manufacturing and design • Benefits of increasing efficiency and how to increase it, e.g. increasing productivity by automation and technology, improved labour skills. • Do the ‘Test Yourself Questions and Exam Practice Questions’.
2.3.4 Legal controls over employment issues and their impactTest yourselfIGCSE Business Studies
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2.3.4 Legal controls over employment issues and their impact Test yourselfIGCSE Business Studies

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Whole Lesson: A whole lesson on the topic as stated.This is all you need to teach on this topic forIGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students’ note taking. Including test yourself questions and Class Activity. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be: 2.3.4 aware of the Legal controls over employment issues and their impact on employers and employees: • able to identify legal controls over employment contracts, unfair dismissal, discrimination, health and safety, legal minimum wage
Operations ManagementUnit 4.1.1Production of goods ond servicesIGCSE – Business Studies
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Operations Management Unit 4.1.1Production of goods ond services IGCSE – Business Studies

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Whole Lesson: A whole lesson on this topic as stated. It is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teaching and Students’ note taking and class works. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 4.1 Production of goods and services 4.1.1 Explain the meaning of production: • Managing resources effectively to produce goods and services • Difference between production and productivity • Benefits of increasing efficiency and how to increase it, e.g. increasing productivity by automation and technology, improved labour skills • Do the work sheet and Class Activity questions provided.
Unit 6.1 b -  Opportunity Cost and Production Possibility Curve - IGCSE Economics
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Unit 6.1 b - Opportunity Cost and Production Possibility Curve - IGCSE Economics

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Whole Lesson: A whole lesson and this is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Economic syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. Parents can also use to help their children to improve on their performance. Lesson Objectives : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: • Unit 6.1b. define opportunity cost and analyse particular circumstances to illustrate the concept • demonstrate how production possibility curves can be used to illustrate choice and resource allocation. • answer the ‘Questions and do the Class Activities’ Provided at the end of the presentation,
The Purpose of Business Activity. IGCSE – Business Studies
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The Purpose of Business Activity. IGCSE – Business Studies

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This package is prepared for teachers and student of IGCSE Business Studies. It comprises 40 slide presentations, designed to capture students interest and attention and help them to truly learn. - Learning Outcomes - Ability to: - Define the economic problem -Identify describe the factors of production - Describe the evolution of economic activity and the use of specialization - Give the meaning of a a business - Identify and describe the most common aims of business - Identify and describe the different groups involved in business activity. Also, included, are slides in three simple worksheets with answers. This unit covers no less than three topics in the syllabus.
Developed and Developing Countries + Poverty Alleviation IGCSE Economics
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Developed and Developing Countries + Poverty Alleviation IGCSE Economics

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Whole Lesson: A whole lesson and this is all you need to teach on this topic for IGCSE Economic syllabus 2017 - 2019. It is good for Teachers and Students and adequate as a note for student to copy in the class or at home. Parents can also use to help their children to improve their grade. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Unit 6.7 a • describe why some countries are classified as developed and others are not • describe the difference between absolute and relative poverty • recognise and discuss policies to alleviate poverty. Do the Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week 1 Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus
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Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics Year 10 Week 1 Term 3, 2017- 2019 Syllabus

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Lesson Plan. This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme. LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to: • analyse particular situations to show changes in total and average cost as output changes • define total and average revenue and perform simple calculations
Lesson Plan IGCSE Business Studies Year 10 Week 2  Term 1 (1.2 Classification of businesses.) , 2017
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Lesson Plan IGCSE Business Studies Year 10 Week 2 Term 1 (1.2 Classification of businesses.) , 2017

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Lesson Plan. This lesson plan that can be used directly or adapted by any teacher to suite his or her school’s need. It can be used together with the Topics to be covered and the work scheme. LESSON OBJECTIVE: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to: 1.2.1 Classify business activity in terms of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors: • Basis of business classification, e.g. by using examples • Reasons for the changing importance of business classification, e.g. in developed and developing economies 1.2.2 Classify business enterprises between private sector and public sector in a mixed economy