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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.
Househlds - Spending Saving Borrowing IGCSE Economics
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Househlds - Spending Saving Borrowing IGCSE Economics

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A complete lesson in keeping with the current IGCSE syllabus. It covers fully the ** Households - Spending Saving Borrowing IGCSE Economics**. You will be able to engage your students, relax and simply guide them as they work and learn. Lesson Objectives: All students, should be able to: Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 3.2.1 the influences on** spending, saving and borrowing** Including income, the rate of interest and confidence - between different households and over time. Do the Multiple Choice & Structured Questions provided with Answers at the end of the presentation.
Price Elasticity of Supply (PES) Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics
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Price Elasticity of Supply (PES) Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics

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Topic: Price Elasticity of Supply (PES) Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics- ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Define price elasticity of supply (PES). Calculate PES using the formula and interpreting the significance of the result. Draw and interpret supply curve diagrams to show different PES. Determinants of PES - The key influences on whether supply is elastic or inelastic. Significance of PES - The implications for decision making by consumers, producers and government. NB: You can add your school’s name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson topic by editing the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Trade Unions ppt IGCSE Economics and Business Studies
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Trade Unions ppt IGCSE Economics and Business Studies

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**Topic: ** Trade Unions ‘ppt’, ** IGCSE Economics and Business Studies syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work, learn, and excel. Class Activities end. Answers provided. Lesson Objectives; At the completion of the lesson, the students should be able to; Define trade union. Identify and explain the role of trade unions in the economy - including engaging in collective bargaining on wages, working hours and working conditions; protecting employment; and influencing government policy. The advantages and disadvantages of trade union activity - Factors influencing the strength of trade unions. From the viewpoint of workers, firms and the government. ‘Class Activities’ and ‘Multiple Choice Questions with Answers.’
Internal and external communication 'ppt' IGCSE Business Studies
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Internal and external communication 'ppt' IGCSE Business Studies

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Complete Lesson. Topic: The purpose and nature of business activity IGCSE, ‘ppt’ ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. Questions at the end. Answers provided. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Explain why effective communication is important and the methods used to achieve it. •• Effective communication and its importance to business •• Benefits and limitations of different communication methods including those based on information technology (IT). •• Recommend and justify which communication method to use in given circumstances. Demonstrate an awareness of communication barriers: •• How communication barriers arise and problems of ineffective communication; how communication barriers can be reduced or removed. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Current Account of the Balance of Payments IGCSE Economics
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Current Account of the Balance of Payments IGCSE Economics

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Complete Lesson. **Topic: ** Current Account of the Balance of Payments IGCSE Economics ‘ppt’, ** 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; The Structure - components of the current account of the balance of payments – trade in goods, trade in services, primary income and secondary income. Calculation of deficits and surpluses on the current account of the balance of payments and its component sections. Causes of current account deficit and surplus - Reasons for deficits and surpluses. Consequences of current account deficit and surplus Impact on GDP, employment, inflation and foreign exchange rate. Policies to achieve balance of payments stability - The range of policies available to achieve balance of payments stability and how effective they might be.
Price elasticity of supply PES ppt IGCSE Economics
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Price elasticity of supply PES ppt IGCSE Economics

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**A complete lesson. ** Price elasticity of supply, ‘ppt’ ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. ‘Class Answers.’ Lesson Objectives; At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; Define price elasticity of supply (PES). Calculate PES using the formula and interpreting the significance of the result. Draw and interpret supply curve diagrams to show different PES. Determinants of PES - The key influences on whether supply is elastic or inelastic. Significance of PES - The implications for decision making by consumers, producers and government. ‘Class Activities.’
Trade Unions Lesson Plan  'MS word doc.' IGCSE Economics
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Trade Unions Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Economics

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Lesson Plan Topic: Trade Unions Lesson Plan ‘MS word doc.’ IGCSE Economics Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Define a trade union. Describe the role of trade unions in the economy - Including engaging in collective bargaining on wages, working hours and working conditions; protecting employment; and influencing government policy. Factors influencing the strength of trade unions. Identify and explain the advantages and disadvantages of trade union activity - from the viewpoint of workers, firms and the government. NB: You can add your school’s name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson topic by editing the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Firms’ Costs, Revenue and Objectives Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics
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Firms’ Costs, Revenue and Objectives Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics

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Lesson Plan Topic: Firms’ Costs, Revenue and Objectives Lesson Plan IGCSE Economics- ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; define costs of production - Total cost (TC), average total cost (ATC), fixed cost (FC), variable cost (VC), average fixed cost (AFC), average variable cost (AVC). Note: marginal cost not required. Calculation of costs of production - TC, ATC, FC, VC, AFC and AVC. Definition, drawing and interpretation of diagrams that show how changes in output affect costs of production. Definition of revenue - Total revenue (TR) and average revenue (AR). Note: marginal revenue is not required. Calculation of TR and AR. Objectives of firms - The influence of sales on revenue. Survival, social welfare, profit maximisation and growth. NB: You can add your school’s name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson topic by editing the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Marketing strategy Lesson Plan  'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies
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Marketing strategy Lesson Plan 'MS word doc.' IGCSE Business Studies

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Lesson Plan Topic: Marketing strategy - ‘MS word doc.’ Lesson Objective: are shared with the students for awareness and expectation of lesson outcome. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to; Justify marketing strategies appropriate to a given situation: •• Importance of different elements of the marketing mix in influencing consumer decisions in given circumstances. •• Recommend and justify an appropriate marketing strategy in given circumstances. The nature and impact of legal controls related to marketing: •• Impact of legal controls on marketing strategy, e.g. misleading promotion, faulty and dangerous goods. The opportunities and problems of entering new foreign markets: •• 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, licensing. NB: You can add your school name, and logo on top, you own name, date, and class year, term and week. Also, you can rejig it for more than a lesson by adjusting up the objectives, Plenary and lesson starter etc.
Inflation  and deflation  Retail / Consumer Price Index 'ppt' IGCSE  Economics.
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Inflation and deflation Retail / Consumer Price Index 'ppt' IGCSE Economics.

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Topic: Inflation and deflation Retail / Consumer Price Index ’ppt’ IGCSE Economics. *Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn to excel. ‘Class Activities.’ with Answers.’ Lesson Objectives; At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to; Define inflation and deflation. - Measure inflation and deflation using the Retail Prices Index (RPI). Explain - causes of inflation: demand-pull and cost-push. Causes of deflation: demand-side and supply-side. Consequences of inflation and deflation - for consumers, workers, savers, lenders, firms and the economy as a whole. Range of policies to control inflation and deflation and how effective they might be. ‘Class Activities’ & ‘Multiple Choice Questions’ with Answers.
Market Structure Perfect Competition & Monopoly 'ppt' IGCSE Economics
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Market Structure Perfect Competition & Monopoly 'ppt' IGCSE Economics

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Complete Lesson. Topic: Market Structure (Perfect Competition & Monopoly) ‘ppt’, ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn to excel. ‘Class Activities.’ ‘Multiple Choice Questions with Answers.’ Lesson Objectives; At the completion of the lesson, the students should be able to; • describe 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. • Monopoly markets - Characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of monopoly. Note: diagrams are not required.
Choice of Occupation Wage Determination and  Wages and non-wages Factors ppt IGCSE Economics
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Choice of Occupation Wage Determination and Wages and non-wages Factors ppt IGCSE Economics

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Complete Lesson. **Topic: ** Choice of Occupation Wage Determination and Wages and non-wages Factors ‘ppt’, ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. ‘Class Activities.’ ‘Multiple Choice Questions with Answers.' Lesson Objectives; At the completion of the lesson, the students should be able to; Explain the factors affecting an individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors. Wage determination - The influences of demand and supply, relative bargaining power and government policy, including minimum wage. 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. Define, draw and interpret diagrams that illustrate the effects of changes in demand and supply in the labour market. ‘Class Activities’ ‘Multiple Choice Questions with Answers.’
Place - Marketing Mix 'ppt' IGCSE Business Studies
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Place - Marketing Mix 'ppt' IGCSE Business Studies

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Complete Lesson. Topic: Place - Marketing Mix ‘ppt’ * IGCSE Business Studies syllabus. *Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn to excel. Test Yourself Questions ‘Class Activities.’ with Answers.’ Lesson Objectives; At the completion of the lesson, the students should be able to; Explain the term Place (distribution channels): • Advantages and disadvantages of different channels, e.g. use of wholesalers, retailers or direct to consumers • Recommend and justify an appropriate distribution channel in given circumstances ‘Test Yourself Questions.’ Class Activities’ with ‘Answers.’
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.
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.
Unit 4.1.1 Inventories (stocks) Control and Lean ProductionIGCSE – Business Studies
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Unit 4.1.1 Inventories (stocks) Control and Lean Production 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: explain why businesses hold inventories (stocks) explain the concept of lean production; how to achieve it, e.g. Kaizen, Just-in-time inventory control and Cell production. benefits of lean production. Do the **Class Activity and Exam Practice Questions.
Employment and UnemploymentIGCSE - Economics
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Employment and Unemployment IGCSE - Economics

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**A complete lesson. ** Employment and Unemployment ** ‘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 end of the lesson, the students should be able to; 4.7.1 Define employment, unemployment and full employment 4.7.2 describe the nature and causes of the of changing patterns and level of employment - for e.g. increase in proportion of workers employed in the tertiary sector and formal economy as an economy develops; a greater proportion of women in the labour force due to changes in social attitudes; decline in the proportion employed in the public sector as a country moves towards a market economy. 4.7.3 How unemployment is measured – claimant count and labour force survey – and the unemployment rate formula. 4.7.4 causes/types of unemployment - Frictional, structural and cyclical unemployment. 4.7.5 The consequences of unemployment for the individual, firms and the economy. 4.7.6 identify and explain - the range of policies available to reduce unemployment and their effectiveness.
Market Failure. Private & Social Costs & Benefits Public and Private Spending, 'ppt'
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Market Failure. Private & Social Costs & Benefits Public and Private Spending, 'ppt'

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Complete Lesson. **Topic: ** Market Failure. Private & Social Costs & Benefits Public and Private Spending ‘ppt’, ** IGCSE Economics syllabus. *.Engage your students, relax, and simply guide them as they work and learn. ‘Class Activities.’ ‘Multiple Choice Questions with Answers.' Lesson Objectives; At the completion of the lesson, the students should be able to; Define market failure and the key terms associated with market failure: public good, merit good, demerit good, social benefits, external benefits, private benefits, social costs, external costs, private costs. Causes of market failure - With respect to public goods, merit and demerit goods, external costs and external benefits, abuse of monopoly power and factor immobility. Examples of market failure with respect to these areas only. Consequences of market failure - The implications of misallocation of resources in respect of the over consumption of demerit goods and goods with external costs, and the under consumption of merit goods and goods with external benefits. Note: diagrams of demand and supply relating to market failure are not required. ‘Activities’ and ‘Multiple Choice Questions’ with ‘Answers.’