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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.
1Operations ManagementUnit 4.1.1Production of goods ond servicesIGCSE – Business Studies
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1Operations Management Unit 4.1.1Production of goods ond services IGCSE – Business Studies

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A** complete lesson** in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** Operations Management Unit 4.1.1Production of goods ond services **. You will be able to engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: 4.1.1 Give the meaning of production: • Manage resources effectively to produce goods and services • Differentiate between production and productivity • Explain benefits of increasing efficiency and how to increase it, e.g. increasing productivity by automation and technology, improved labour Skills • Why businesses hold inventories • The concept of lean production: how to achieve it, e.g. just-in-time inventory control and Kaizen; benefits of lean production 4.1.2 The main methods of production: • Features, benefits and limitations of job, batch and flow production • Recommend and justify an appropriate production method for a given situation 4.1.3 How technology has changed production methods, e.g. using computers in design and manufacturing Do the Short Responses Questions with Answers provided at the end of the presentation.
5.3 Income Statements    IGCSE      Business Studies
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5.3 Income Statements IGCSE Business Studies

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** 5.3 Income Statements IGCSE Business Studies . **. You will be able to engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: 5.3.1 Explain what profit is and why it is important: • How a profit is made • Importance of profit to private sector businesses, e.g. reward for risk taking/enterprise, source of finance. • Difference between profit and cash. 5.3.2 Income statements: • Main features of an income statement, e.g. revenue, cost of sales, gross profit, profit (‘profit’ was known as ‘net profit’ in the 2014 and previous syllabuses) and retained profit and balance sheet. • Use simple income statements in decision making based on profit calculations (constructing income statements will not be examined) Do the Class Activity provided with Answers, at the end of the presentation.
Economics Lesson Plan Week - x - 2.7 Price elasticity of demand (PED) IGCSE Economics
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Economics Lesson Plan Week - x - 2.7 Price elasticity of demand (PED) IGCSE Economics

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LESSON OBJECTIVE: are shared with the student for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; 2.7.1 define price elasticity of demand (PED). 2.7.2 Calculate PED using the formula and interpret the significance of the result. Draw and interpret demand curve diagrams to show different PED. 2.7.3 Determinants of PED -The key influences on whether demand is elastic or inelastic. 2.7.4 PED and total spending on a product/revenue -The relationship between PED and total spending on a product/revenue, both in a diagram and as a calculation. 2.7.5 Significance of PED - The implications for decision making by consumers, producers and government.
ECONOMICS 0455/21, Yr 11 Mock Exam Term 2, March, 2018.  P 2 Structured Qs/Work Sheet. Qs 2014 - 17
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ECONOMICS 0455/21, Yr 11 Mock Exam Term 2, March, 2018. P 2 Structured Qs/Work Sheet. Qs 2014 - 17

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Economics 0455/11 Paper 1 Mock Examination Questions and answers series also double as a revision Work sheet of IGCSE 2014 – 2017 questions covering the most recent 4 years running. It is a must have paper to assure you peace of mind that you have indeed prepared your students for the coming examination. Each of the paper options A - B draws questions from the 4 years as specified For use as a preset exam question for your school, all you have to do is copy the file, replace the cover page, delete the marks and you have a ready to use question paper. The original file will serve as question paper and mark scheme. For use as an Interactive Work sheet for your students, simply separate the questions and answers that you need to another page(s), print them out and give to student to with. Alternatively, project the required questions for student to work on and when they are done expose the mark scheme.
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’.
Classifying Firms Growth of Firms Mergers & Economies of Scale 'ppt' IGCSE Bus Studies & Economics
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Classifying Firms Growth of Firms Mergers & Economies of Scale 'ppt' IGCSE Bus Studies & Economics

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Complete Lesson. Topic: Classifying Firms Growth of Firms Mergers & Economies of Scale. ‘ppt’ IGCSE Business Studies & Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions at the end. Answers provided. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of the lesson, the students should be able to; Classify firms - In terms of primary/secondary/tertiary sectors and private/public sector, and the relative size of firms. (NB: detailed knowledge of different types of structure of a firm is not required. Identify and describe small firms - their advantages and disadvantages, the challenges facing small firms and reasons for their existence. Causes and forms of the growth of firms - Internal growth, for example increased market share. External growth, for example mergers. Mergers - Examples, advantages and disadvantages of different types of mergers: horizontal, vertical, and conglomerate. How internal and external economies and diseconomies of scale can affect a firm/industry as the scale of production changes Do the Multiple Choice and Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
Recruitment Selection and Training of Workers IGCSE Business Studies
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Recruitment Selection and Training of Workers IGCSE Business Studies

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**A complete lesson. Recruitment Selection and Training of Workers, ‘ppt’ IGCSE Business Studies syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions at the end. Answers provided. Lesson Objectives; At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; Identify and explain the methods of recruiting and selecting workers: • Difference between internal and external recruitment • Main stages in recruitment and selection of staff • Benefits and limitations of part-time and full-time workers 2.3.2 The importance of training and the methods of training: • Importance of training to a business and workers • Benefits and limitations of induction training, on-the-job training and off‑the‑job training.
2.3.3 Why Downing sizing the workforce might be necessary.IGCSE Business Studies
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2.3.3 Why Downing sizing the workforce might be necessary. IGCSE 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. With test yourself questions. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 2.3.3 Identify and explain why reducing the size of the workforce might be necessary: • Difference between dismissal and redundancy with examples to illustrate the difference • Understand situations in which downsizing the workforce might be necessary, e.g. automation or reduced demand for products • Recommend and justify which workers to recruit/make redundant in given circumstances
Firms, Demand for Factors of Production, Productivity and production IGCSE Economics
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Firms, Demand for Factors of Production, Productivity and production IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** Firms, Demand for Factors of Production, Productivity and production IGCSE Economics**. You will be able to engage your students, relax and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 3.6.1 identify and explain what Influences demand for factors of production - include demand for the product, the price of different factors of production, their availability and their productivity. 3.6.2 labour-intensive and capital-intensive production - The reasons for adopting the different forms of production and their advantages and disadvantages. 3.6.3** production and productivity** - The difference between, and influences on, production and productivity. • Answer the ‘Multiple Choice Questions’ and do the ‘Class Activities 1’ provided at the end of the presentation.
individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors IGCSE Economics
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individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors IGCSE Economics

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A whole lesson on this topic written designed according to the recent syllabus. It covers the whole of IGCSE individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors syllabus June and November 2020 - 2022 and March 2020 - 2022 It is good for Teaching, engaging students with questions and answers to help students’ discover, understanding, preparing themselves as you guide them for the final IGCSE exams. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Workers: 3.3.1 factors affecting an individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors. 3.3.2 wage determination - The influences of demand and supply, relative bargaining power and government policy, including minimum wage. 3.3.3 reasons for differences in earnings - How changes in demand and supply, relative bargaining strengths, discrimination and government policy can all influence differences in earnings between workers whether they are: skilled/unskilled; primary/secondary/tertiary; male/female; private sector/public sector. Definition, drawing and interpretation of diagrams that illustrate the effects of changes in demand and supply in the labour market
Franchises and Joint Ventures - IGCSE Business Studies
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Franchises and Joint Ventures - IGCSE Business Studies

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** Franchises and Joint Ventures - IGCSE Business Studies **. You will be able to engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: describe **main features of Franchising and Joint Ventures **with example Explain the key words in Franchising. Identify and describe the advantages and disadvantages of Franchising to both the Franchisor and the Franchisee and the advantages and disadvantages of Joint Ventures Describe how to start a franchise business. Answer the Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
Globalisation, free trade, and protection, IGCSE Economics
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Globalisation, free trade, and protection, IGCSE Economics

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**A complete lesson. ** Globalisation, free trade, and protection, ‘ppt’ ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions at the end. Answers provided. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: 6.2.1 define globalization 6.2.2 identify the role of multinational companies MNCs and the costs and benefits to their host and home countries. 6.2.3 identify and explain the benefits of free trade for consumers, producers etc. 6.2.4 methods of protection - tariffs, import quotas, etc. 6.2.5 reasons for protection 6.2.6 consequences and effectiveness of protection and its impact on the home country and its trading partners.
Market Structure (Perfect Competition & Monopoly)IGCSE Economics
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Market Structure (Perfect Competition & Monopoly) IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the **Market Structure (Perfect Competition & Monopoly) IGCSE Economics. **. You will be able to engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: • 3.8.1 competitive markets - The effect of having a high number of firms on price, quality, choice, profit. Note: the theory of perfect and imperfect competition and diagrams are not required. • 3.8.2 monopoly markets - Characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of monopoly. Note: diagrams are not required. •Do the ‘Assignment’ and IGCSE Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
5.4 Differences in Economic Development  between Countries  IGCSE - Economics
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5.4 Differences in Economic Development between Countries IGCSE - Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** 5.4 Differences in Economic Development between Countries IGCSE - Economics. **. You will be able to engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of this lesson, all students, should be able to: 5.2.1 define **absolute and relative poverty - The difference between the two terms. 5.2.2 the causes of poverty - The causes of poverty including unemployment, low wages, illness and age. 5.2.3 policies to alleviate poverty and redistribute income 5.4.1 identify and evaluate differences in economic development between countries. - Causes and impacts of differences in income; productivity; population growth; size of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors; saving and investment; education; and healthcare. Do the Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
Price - marketing mixIGCSE Business Studies
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Price - marketing mix 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 Price - marketing mix IGCSE IGCSE Business Studies syllabus June and November 2020 - 2022 and March 2020 - 2022. It is tailored to the syllabus and good for Teaching, engaging students, preparing them for t IGCSE exams and Students’ note taking. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 3.3 Define 3.3.2 Price: • Identify and explain the pricing methods: cost plus, competitive, penetration, skimming and promotional; their benefits and limitations • Recommend and justify an appropriate pricing method in given circumstances • Understand the significance of price elasticity: difference between price elastic demand and price inelastic demand; importance of the concept in pricing decisions (knowledge of the formula and calculations of PED will not be examined) Do the ‘Test Yourself’ and ‘Short Responses Questions’ provided with ‘Answers’ at the end of the slides.
Price Determination  - IGCSE Economics
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Price Determination - IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the Price Determination IGCSE Economics. You will be able to engage your students, relax and simply guide them as they work. Lesson Objectives: All students, should be able to: 2.5.1 Define market equilibrium, draw and interpret demand and supply schedules and curves used to establish equilibrium price and sales in a market. 2.5.2 Define market** disequilibrium** - draw and interpret demand and supply schedules and curves used to identify disequilibrium prices and shortages (demand exceeding supply) and surpluses (supply exceeding demand). • Answer the ‘Interactive Questions’ and do the ‘Class Activities 1’ provided at the end of the presentation.