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Lanyard ID card holder timetable template
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Lanyard ID card holder timetable template

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If you wear a lanyard with a ‘credit card sized*’ ID card, this is a tool for making a two week printable timetable that fits on the back of your lanyard. .xlsx format spreadsheet, with a different sheets for various templates divided into times of day, or divided into periods. There is a link to a google sheets version in the spreadsheet. Print out the sheet, cut out the timetable, fold along the thick black line and cover in clear adhesive tape. I use blue adhesive putty to attach to the back of my lanyard ID card holder *‘Credit card size’ is also known as ID-1 or CR80
AQA A-level Economics Market  failure and government intervention organiser part 1
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AQA A-level Economics Market failure and government intervention organiser part 1

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Part 1 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 two can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-a-level-economics-market-failure-and-government-intervention-organiser-part-2-11903122 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-1-12146218 Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions.
AQA A-level Economics The international economy knowledge organiser part 2
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AQA A-level Economics The international economy knowledge organiser part 2

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Part 2 of a knowledge organiser for The international economy topic from the AQA A-level Economics. Covers Exchange rate systems and Economic growth and development. Includes a set of example answers. Part 1 which covers Globalisation, Trade and The balance of payments can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12549463 Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions.
What's it worth? Value of money through time display
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What's it worth? Value of money through time display

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People have been using money for over four thousand years. How much could they buy with their shekel, drachma, florin or penny? A wall display showing different forms of money and its purchasing power that have been used throughout history, organised chronologically. 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 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.
A-level Economics The objectives of firms (oligopoly)
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A-level Economics The objectives of firms (oligopoly)

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Activity on identifying the different objectives of firms in an oligopoly market structure (kinked demand curve). Separate suggested answers included. Both .pdf and .doc file formats have been included. 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/
A-level Economics Understanding perfect competition
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A-level Economics Understanding perfect competition

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Activity on identifying the operation of individual firms in markets which are perfectly competitive. Separate suggested answers included. Both .pdf and .doc file formats have been included. 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/
Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Business Topic 2.4 revision knowledge organiser
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Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Business Topic 2.4 revision knowledge organiser

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Useful for revising Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Business topic 2.4 Making financial decisions. Separate suggested answers included. Both .pdf and .docx file formats have been included Any suggestions/improvements/complaints please do comment and I will update it for future editions. The full set of Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Business revision knowledge organisers can be found below: Topic 1.1 Enterprise and entrepreneurship Topic 1.2 Spotting a business opportunity Topic 1.3 Putting a business idea into practice Topic 1.4 Making the business effective Topic 1.5 Understanding external influences on business Topic 2.1 Growing the business Topic 2.2 Making marketing decisions Topic 2.3 Making operational decisions Topic 2.4 Making financial decisions Topic 2.5 Making human resource decisions
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 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/
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/