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AQA A-level Economics Index numbers
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AQA A-level Economics Index numbers

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Complete lesson on Index numbers. Includes definitions that students work out deductively, calculations for the students to practice and some multiple choice questions
A-level Economics The Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient
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A-level Economics The Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient

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Complete lesson on the Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient. Includes 3 worksheets: glossery for students fill in drawing the Lorenz curve calculating the Gini coefficient Included in the slides is also a number of MCQs and 15 mark exam question from AQA A-level Economics with a suggested plan, sample student responses and mark scheme. Some of the font is in OpenDyslexic - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
A-level Economics Index numbers crib sheet
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A-level Economics Index numbers crib sheet

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A crib sheet covering Index numbers for A-level Economics students Both .pdf and .docx file formats have been included. The font is OpenDyslexic - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
AQA A-level Economics Behavioural economics paper 1 Specimen 2014 essays
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AQA A-level Economics Behavioural economics paper 1 Specimen 2014 essays

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A lesson I’ve put together with suggested content and an essay plan for the paper 1 specimen 2014 essays on Behavioural economics. Traditional economic theory assumes that consumers make rational decisions that maximise their economic welfare, but behavioural economists disagree. Using examples to illustrate your answer, explain how anchoring and loss aversion can affect an individual’s choices when deciding how to spend or save their income. [15 marks] The Government would like to improve the well-being of the population by encouraging people to adopt a healthy diet. Using your knowledge of both traditional economic theory and behavioural economics, assess alternative policies that the Government might adopt to try to achieve its objective. [25 marks] Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions. The font is OpenDyslexic - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
Graphing the law of diminishing marginal returns and Returns to scale activity
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Graphing the law of diminishing marginal returns and Returns to scale activity

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Assumes prior knowledge of how to calculate Average cost, the Law of Diminishing Returns, Internal Economies of Scale and Internal Diseconomies of scale. Student handout is: graphing-LRAC.pdf Presentation is: Graphing-the-law-of-diminishing-marginal-returns-and-Returns-to-scale.ppt And the spreadsheet is also attached. Some of the font is in OpenDyslexic font - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
Areas of surplus, revenue, expenditure and deadweight loss under perfect competition versus monopoly
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Areas of surplus, revenue, expenditure and deadweight loss under perfect competition versus monopoly

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Activity I use with year 13 to learn about the impact of monopolies on allocative efficiency. The answers: Consumer surplus under perfect competition? (1+2+3) Producer surplus under perfect competition? (4+5) Total surplus under perfect competition? (1+2+3+4+5) Consumer expenditure/Producer revenue under perfect competition? (4+5+6+7) Consumer surplus under monopoly? (1) Producer surplus under monopoly? (2+4+6) Total surplus under monopoly? (1+2+4+6) Consumer expenditure/Producer revenue under monopoly? (2+4+6) Deadweight welfare loss under monopoly? (3+5) Bonus Question: (6) The font is OpenDyslexic - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
AQA A-level Economics Exam Technique mat
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AQA A-level Economics Exam Technique mat

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Designed to help students include everything they need when they write exam answers. Success criteria for every kind of question students might encounter in the exam. Black and white versions in both .pdf and .docx file formats have been included. Currently version 1.6 - any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions. Enormous inspiration credit due to this resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-business-exam-technique-literacy-mat-6425294
AQA A-level Economics Production, costs and revenue knowledge organiser
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AQA A-level Economics Production, costs and revenue knowledge organiser

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Knowledge organiser for the Production, costs and revenue topic from the AQA A-level Economics. Includes a set of example answers. There is a version of this with AS and Year 12 Economics content which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-as-and-year-12-economics-production-costs-and-revenue-knowledge-organiser-12146216 Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions.
A-level Economics Price discrimination
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A-level Economics Price discrimination

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A-level Economics lesson on price discrimination. Includes: Presentation on price discrimination Worksheet so students can see how a combined market can be divided into smaller markets (Price discrimination 10 people want to use the bus.pdf) Worksheet so students so students can see what the impact of price discrimination is on economic surplus (Price discrimination and economic surplus.pdf) Handout so students so students can identify different kinds of price discrimination, advatantages of price discrimination to producers and consumers and a case study to plan an essay response on the topic of price discrimination (Price discrimination.pdf) Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions. The font is OpenDyslexic - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
AQA A-level Economics Market failure and government intervention organiser part 2
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AQA A-level Economics Market failure and government intervention organiser part 2

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Part 2 of a knowledge organiser for The market mechanism, market failure and government intervention in markets topic from the AQA A-level Economics. Includes a set of example answers. Part one can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-a-level-economics-market-failure-and-government-intervention-organiser-part-1-11901022 There is a version of this with AS and Year 12 Economics content which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-as-and-year-12-economics-market-failure-and-government-intervention-knowledge-organiser-part-2-12146220 Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions.
AQA A-level Economics Welcome to Economics handout
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AQA A-level Economics Welcome to Economics handout

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A ‘Welcome to A-level Economics’ handout I give to new learners on an A-level course. Includes details about the course assessment, some suggested textbooks and publications for the course and a list of habits possessed by bad economists to avoud. I would include a line added at the top which says "Your teacher is Mr Lenin vle@rabfak.sch.uk". Both .pdf and .docx file formats have been included The font is OpenDyslexic - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
Incidence of Taxation and Subsidy
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Incidence of Taxation and Subsidy

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A-level Economics lesson on incidence of taxation and subsidy. Includes: Presentation on the incidence of taxation and subsidy. Worksheet so students can work out the relationship between the incidence of taxation and Price Elasticity of Demand and Price Elasticity of Supply (answers in presentation). A second set of worksheets identifying areas of tax and subsidy, and the impact of taxes and subsidies on economic welfare (answers in presentation). Another worksheet on the size of tax and subsidy diagrams practice (includes a markscheme). A short test of 10 multiple choice questions on the areas of tax and subsidy (includes a markscheme). Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions. Some of the font is OpenDyslexic - Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typeface http://opendyslexic.org/
AQA A-level Economics Market structures knowledge organiser
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AQA A-level Economics Market structures knowledge organiser

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Knowledge organiser for the Perfect competition, imperfectly competitive markets and monopoly topic from the AQA A-level Economics. Includes a set of example answers. There is a version of this with AS and Year 12 Economics content which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-as-and-year-12-economics-competitive-and-concentrated-markets-knowledge-organiser-12146217 Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions.
AQA AS and Year 12 Economics Production, costs and revenue knowledge organiser
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AQA AS and Year 12 Economics Production, costs and revenue knowledge organiser

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Knowledge organiser for the Production, costs and revenue topic from the AQA AS and Year 12 Economics. Includes a set of example answers. There is a version of this with A-level Economics content which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-a-level-economics-production-costs-and-revenue-knowledge-organiser-11887669 Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions.
Year 12 Microeconomics: The operation of markets and market failure end of topic tests
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Year 12 Microeconomics: The operation of markets and market failure end of topic tests

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Updated 09/03/2018 to include test on the Economic methodology and the economic problem topic End of topic tests for year 12 Microeconomics. Includes mark schemes, mailmerged feedback sheets and spreadsheet. Topics are: Economic methodology and the economic problem Competitive markets Production, costs and revenue Competitive and concentrated markets Market mechanism, market failure and government intervention Economic methodology and the economic problem test consists of forty-five multiple choice questions. The Competitive markets, Production, costs and revenue, Competitive and concentrated markets and Market mechanism, market failure and government intervention tests eacg consists of 10 MCQs, one 2 mark calulcate question, one 4 mark explain how the data shows question and one 9 mark ‘With the help of a diagram, explain…’ question.