GCSE Business Studies - Complete Revision Guide - Unit 1: Setting Up a New Business - AQA - 57 Pages

GCSE Business Studies - Complete Revision Guide - Unit 1: Setting Up a New Business - AQA - 57 Pages

A really detailed and comprehensive revision guide to help students prepare for their GCSE Business Studies exam. This 57 page revision guide includes all theory for the AQA Unit 1 Exam: Setting Up a New Business. The revision guide also includes many worksheets and exam style questions. The revision guide covers the following chapters / topics: 1. Keywords / Key terms for Unit 1 2. Setting up a New Business - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources 3. Finance - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources 4. Marketing - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources 6. Human Resources - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources 7. Operations - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources I have also included key tips on answering 9 mark questions and other useful resources. This revision guide is easy to read and makes sure students know the required theory really well. This revision guide is made for the AQA GCSE Unit 1 exam - but it could easily be adapted for other exam boards such as OCR and Ed Excel. The perfect revision resource for GCSE Business Studies students.
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GCSE Business Studies - Complete Revision Guide - Unit 2: Growing as a Business - AQA - 85 Pages

GCSE Business Studies - Complete Revision Guide - Unit 2: Growing as a Business - AQA - 85 Pages

A really detailed and comprehensive revision guide to help students prepare for their GCSE Business Studies exam. This 85 page revision guide includes all theory for the AQA Unit 2 Exam: Growing as a Business. The revision guide also includes many worksheets and exam style questions. The revision guide covers the following chapters / topics: 1. Keywords / Key terms for Unit 2 2. Growing as a Business - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources 3. Finance - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources 4. Marketing - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources 6. Human Resources - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources 7. Operations - Theory, examples, worksheets and revision resources I have also included key tips on answering 9 mark questions and other useful resources. This revision guide is easy to read and makes sure students know the required theory really well. This revision guide is made for the AQA GCSE Unit 2 exam - but it could easily be adapted for other exam boards such as OCR and EdExcel. The perfect revision resource for GCSE Business Studies students.
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Finance - Calculating Sales Revenue, Costs & Profit - GCSE Business Studies - PPT & Worksheet

Finance - Calculating Sales Revenue, Costs & Profit - GCSE Business Studies - PPT & Worksheet

A bumper lesson that covers key financial calculations for GCSE Business Studies students. The lesson shows how to calculate revenue, fixed costs, variable costs, total costs and profit. Each section has clear questions and answers, with the PPT working alongside the worksheet attached. I have tried to make the lesson fun and easy to understand. The worksheet builds upon the theory and has many more financial calculations to work out. This could easily span across 2 lessons as the worksheet is very detailed. A great resource for teaching a potentially tricky topic. Perfect for GCSE Business Studies and could easily be adapted for other course.
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The Labour Market - Introduction to the Labour Market - A-Level Microeconomics / Economics 1 of 6

The Labour Market - Introduction to the Labour Market - A-Level Microeconomics / Economics 1 of 6

This detailed lesson introduces the labour market. The lesson looks at the goods and factor markets and how the labour market impacts perfectly competitive firms through graphs and examples. The lesson also looks at the main reasons why people work and includes a past paper exam style question. I have also included a fun 'The Price is Right' style game based on salaries and jobs. This is a perfect lesson for A-Level Economics and helps introduce a tough topic. Pack 1 of 6.
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Economic Efficiencies - Technical, Productive, X-Efficiency, Dynamic & Allocative

Economic Efficiencies - Technical, Productive, X-Efficiency, Dynamic & Allocative

This high quality lesson looks at the five main economic efficiencies as listed below: * Technical efficiency * Productive efficiency * X-Efficiency * Allocative efficiency * Dynamic efficiency Each type of efficiency is clearly explained and uses relevant examples and diagrams. I have included various tasks throughout the lesson as listed below: * Starter - Mini Whiteboard Task * Economic Efficiency Consolidation Quiz * Peer work: Exam Question Analysis * Plenary Post-it Notes – Key Economic Efficiency Tips The teacher PPT is 34 slides and will help deliver a top quality lesson. I have also included a streamlined student copy of the PPT and a efficiency test. This lesson is perfect for A-Level Economics.
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OCR GCSE Economics - The UK Economy & Globalisation - Pre-Release Material  Pack 1: Figure 1

OCR GCSE Economics - The UK Economy & Globalisation - Pre-Release Material Pack 1: Figure 1

This detailed PPT introduces the UK and Globalisation exam and figure 1 of the 2017 OCR GCSE Economics pre-release material. This pack includes deep analysis of the figure and expands on vital keywords. The lesson also looks at potential exam questions based on this figure. The lesson starts with short questions and expand into higher mark questions. Lesson objective: Students will understand figure 1 in their pre-release OCR GCSE Economics booklet. This lesson covers GDP, BRIC, PPP and China and contains many exam style questions. Topics include: GDP, BRIC, PPP and China. These lessons have proved very useful for students and allows them to feel very confident on what topics will be discussed and potential questions which may be asked. These packs should be printed with 2 slides per page and handed out to all GCSE Economics students. Please look out for my other packs which cover the other figures.
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Objectives of Government Macroeconomic Policy - A-Level Economics - PPT & Group Task

Objectives of Government Macroeconomic Policy - A-Level Economics - PPT & Group Task

This detailed PPT helps introduce macroeconomics and the main government objectives. The lesson starts with a simple look at what macroeconomics is and which stakeholders it impacts. Below is a summary of the overall lesson objectives: Students will understand the main objectives of government macroeconomic policy: economic growth, price stability, minimising unemployment and a stable balance of payments on current account. The lesson looks mainly at the main government objectives, as listed below: * Stable low inflation * Sustainable growth * High employment * Improvements in productivity * Rising living standards and a fall in relative poverty * Sound government finances The lesson introduces each topic in brief detail to help students get an overview of the different objectives. The lesson also includes a 10 mark data exam style question based on the topic. I have also included links to a few key videos throughout the lesson to help students understand the topic. The lesson concludes with a fun group activity where students need to work together to create their won political party and come up with their own objectives and how they hope to improve the economy. I have included grading cards that can easily be printed and filled in to help students vote on their elected party. The plenary is a simple traffic light quiz that re-caps on the key theory covered. This lesson is perfect for introducing macroeconomics to students. It has been designed for the new Economics A-Level, but could easily be used for GCSE and other economic based courses. The lesson is linked to the UK economy, but again this could easily be updated for other countries. A perfect introduction to macroeconomics and government objectives.
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Income & Wealth - Inequality, Distribution of Income & Poverty - A-Level Microeconomics - 1 of 4

Income & Wealth - Inequality, Distribution of Income & Poverty - A-Level Microeconomics - 1 of 4

This lesson at the difference between income and wealth and how this has a major impact on the distribution of income in the UK. The lesson aims to help students cover the following objectives: * Students will fully understand the difference between income and wealth and how it can impact inequality in the UK. * All Students will understand the difference between income and wealth * Most Students will understand and be able to analyse the different factors that cause an unequal distribution of income and wealth in an economy * Some students will be able to answer a past exam question. The lesson includes lots of detailed theory, diagrams, examples and tasks. The tasks include a nice whiteboard starter activity and a brief re-cap on elastic and inelastic supply of labour tick sheet. I have also included a nice worksheet that gets students to fully look at the clear difference between income and wealth. Students also look at the main causes of inequality in the distribution of income & wealth in the UK. The lesson concludes with a past exam style question - with a useful template to help answer the question properly. I have included a nice worksheet that follows the PPT very carefully. I have also included a student version of the PPT. This lesson is perfect for looking at poverty and how their is clear inequality in the UK and the World. This lesson is perfect for A-Level Economics and could also be useful for Geography and Business Studies. This is lesson 1 of 4 covering poverty and the inequality of the distribution of income.
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How Poverty & Inequality is Measured - The Lorenz Curve & Gini Coefficient - Lesson 3 of 4

How Poverty & Inequality is Measured - The Lorenz Curve & Gini Coefficient - Lesson 3 of 4

This lesson at how poverty and inequality is measured. The lesson focuses heavily on both the Lorenz Curve and how the Gini Coefficient is used to measure a countries poverty and distribution of income. The lesson includes lots of detailed theory, diagrams, examples and tasks. The tasks include a nice gap fill worksheet. I have also included a nice worksheet based on the Gini Coefficient. The lesson concludes with past exam style questions. I have also included a student version of the PPT. This lesson is perfect for looking at poverty and how their is clear inequality in the UK and the World and how it is measured. This lesson is perfect for A-Level Economics and could also be useful for Geography and Business Studies. This is lesson 3 of 4 covering poverty and the inequality of the distribution of income.
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The Economic Problem - Scarcity, Opportunity Cost & Choice - Capital & Consumer Goods - Economics

The Economic Problem - Scarcity, Opportunity Cost & Choice - Capital & Consumer Goods - Economics

A nice lesson that covers the economic problem. The lesson looks at scarcity and choice and how resources are allocated. The lesson looks at opportunity cost and includes a nice task on this topic. I have also included a Mars Bar utility task which will keep students engaged. I have also included a keyword scramble and a nice factors of production gap fill task. I have also included a nice worksheet based on topics around the economic problem - this worksheet includes matching tasks, gap fills and questions. I have also included a student version of the lesson. This lesson can be used for either GCSE or A-Level Economics. Lesson aim: Students will fully understand the economic problem and how resources are allocated.
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Poverty & Distribution of Income - The Earnings & Poverty Trap - Equity & Equality - 4 of 4

Poverty & Distribution of Income - The Earnings & Poverty Trap - Equity & Equality - 4 of 4

This lesson looks at how poverty and inequality is linked to both the earnings and poverty trap. The lesson focuses on the earnings trap, the poverty trap, the underground trap, the underground economy and the difference between equity and equality. The lesson then looks at both horizontal and vertical equity. The lesson also looks at government policies that are designed to reduce poverty. The lesson includes lots of detailed theory, diagrams, examples and tasks. I have also included a nice gap fill worksheet. I have also included a nice starter activity on the Lorenz Curve. I have also created a nice government policy matching task. The lesson concludes with past exam style questions. I have also included a fun economics Pictionary game for the topics covered in poverty and further back in the syllabus. I have also included a student version of the PPT. This lesson is perfect for looking at poverty and the distribution of income. This lesson is perfect for A-Level Economics and could also be useful for Geography and Business Studies. This is lesson 4 of 4 covering poverty and the inequality of the distribution of income.
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Positive & Negative Externalities - Market Failure - A-Level Economics - PPT & Tasks

Positive & Negative Externalities - Market Failure - A-Level Economics - PPT & Tasks

This detailed lesson looks at both positive and negative externalities and how they can lead to market failure. The lesson includes lots of detailed theory, examples, videos, diagrams and tasks. Lesson Aim: Students will understand what both positive and negative externalities are and how they can lead to market failure. I have included a student copy of the lesson to work alongside the main PPT. I have included exam style questions and videos to help teach a tricky topic. A perfect lesson for A-Level Economics.
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Industrial Sectors - Primary, Secondary & Tertiary Economic Sectors - GCSE Lesson & Tasks

Industrial Sectors - Primary, Secondary & Tertiary Economic Sectors - GCSE Lesson & Tasks

A nice lesson that covers the three industrial sectors in a lot of detail. The lesson introduces the three sectors with relevant theory and examples and reasons why each sector may be increasing or decreasing. I have included many tasks throughout the lesson. This includes a fun traffic light style quiz that looks at examples and gets students to guess which sector or sectors they belong in. The lesson concludes with a nice task where students have to write and draw a nice timeline for an industry of their choice and how it can change over the three sectors. A good lesson aimed at GCSE which could be used for Business Studies, Economics and Geography students,
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The Labour Market - Trade Unions - A-Level Economics / Microeconomics - Lesson 6 of 6

The Labour Market - Trade Unions - A-Level Economics / Microeconomics - Lesson 6 of 6

This detailed lesson carries on with the key theory behind the labour market. This lesson looks at the key theory behind trade unions and how they impact the labour market. The lesson includes all the key theory, diagrams, video clips and questions. I have also included a student copy of the lesson. This is a perfect lesson for A-Level Economics and helps cover a tough topic. Lesson 6 of 6 of the labour market.
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The Labour Market - Monopsony / Monopsonies Key Theory - A-Level Economics - Lesson 4 of 6

The Labour Market - Monopsony / Monopsonies Key Theory - A-Level Economics - Lesson 4 of 6

This detailed lesson carries on with the key theory behind the labour market. This lesson cover the key theory behind monopsonies and how they impact the labour market. The lesson includes all the key theory, diagrams and questions. I have also included a student copy of the lesson. I have also included a fun economics pictionary game that helps re-cap on key theory based on A-Level Microeconomics. This is a perfect lesson for A-Level Economics and helps cover a tough topic. Lesson 4 of 6 of the labour market.
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The Labour Market - The Marginal Revenue Product & Marginal Physical Product of Labour - 3 of 6

The Labour Market - The Marginal Revenue Product & Marginal Physical Product of Labour - 3 of 6

This detailed lesson carries on with the key theory behind the labour market. This lesson looks at how to calculate and show both the marginal revenue product (MRP) and marginal physical product (MPP) of labour on a curve. The lesson includes all the key theory, diagrams and questions. I have also included a student copy of the lesson. I have also included a fun revision game called Keyword Championships - a great way to learn and re-cap on all the keywords for A-Level Economics. This is a perfect lesson for A-Level Economics and helps cover a tough topic. Lesson 3 of 6 of the labour market.
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The Labour Market - The National Minimum Wage & Wage Differentials - A-Level Economics - 5 of 6

The Labour Market - The National Minimum Wage & Wage Differentials - A-Level Economics - 5 of 6

This detailed lesson carries on with the key theory behind the labour market. This lesson looks at The National Minimum Wage and various wage differentials. The lesson looks at the main pros and cons of the minimum wage and the key wage reasons why people earn different wages. The lesson includes all the key theory, diagrams and questions. I have also included a student copy of the lesson. This is a perfect lesson for A-Level Economics and helps cover a tough topic. Lesson 5 of 6 of the labour market.
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Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) - A-Level Economics / Business Studies - PPT, Quiz & Worksheets

Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) - A-Level Economics / Business Studies - PPT, Quiz & Worksheets

This bumper lesson looks at cost-benefit analysis in a lot of detail. The lesson looks at what a CBA is and how it impacts firms and governments. I have included all the key theory on the topic plus many great examples of when cost-benefit analysis was used. Below is a break-down of the lesson objectives: ALL Students will understand the main pros and cons of carrying out a cost-benefit analysis. SOME students to understand a few economic examples of when a cost-benefit analysis should be used. I have included a student copy of the lesson to go alongside the main PPT. I have also included a market failure bingo game, a market failure quiz with answers and a CBA group task. This lesson is aimed at A-Level Economics but could also be useful for Business Studies.
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The Labour Market Lesson Bundle - A-Level Economics

The Labour Market Lesson Bundle - A-Level Economics

The labour market lesson bundle includes all 6 lessons that cover this key topic in Economics. Each lesson includes all key theory, examples, diagrams and numerous tasks. Lessons: 1. The Labour Market - Introduction to the Labour Market 2. The Labour Market - Monopsony / Monopsonies Key Theory 3. The Labour Market - The Backward-Bending & Upward Sloping Curve of Labour 4. The Labour Market - The Marginal Revenue Product & Marginal Physical Product 5. The Labour Market - The National Minimum Wage & Wage Differentials 6. The Labour Market - Trade Unions
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The Labour Market - The Backward-Bending & Upward Sloping Curve of Labour - A-Level Economics 2 of 6

The Labour Market - The Backward-Bending & Upward Sloping Curve of Labour - A-Level Economics 2 of 6

This detailed lesson carries on with the key theory behind the labour market. This lesson looks at both the upward sloping curve of labour and the backward-bending curve of labour. This lesson also looks at the monetary and non-monetary factors that impact the supply of labour. The lesson includes numerous questions, diagrams and detailed theory. I have also included a student copy of the lesson. This is a perfect lesson for A-Level Economics and helps introduce a tough topic. Lesson 2 of 6.
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Integration - Business Growth - Horizontal, Vertical & Lateral Intergration - Mergers & Takeovers

Integration - Business Growth - Horizontal, Vertical & Lateral Intergration - Mergers & Takeovers

This lesson looks at business growth and focuses on business growth and integration. The starter activity re-caps on the three industrial sectors and the difference between internal and external growth. The PPT then looks at the pros and cons of mergers and takeovers. The biggest section of the PPT is the look at integration. There are clear examples of vertical, horizontal and conglomerate / diversification / lateral integration. There are many tasks throughout and two very detailed worksheets to help with the theory. This lesson could easily be used for A-Level Business Studies and also used for Economics. Perfect for teaching the Growing as a Business topic in GCSE Business Studies.
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Business Ethics - CSR - Corporate Social Responsibility - Business Studies - GCSE PPT & Tasks

Business Ethics - CSR - Corporate Social Responsibility - Business Studies - GCSE PPT & Tasks

A great lesson on teaching business ethics. The lesson starts with students asked to decide whether it is right that Nike uses sweatshops to increase profits - students write down their response on a post-it note and add it to the whiteboard. Students are then shown a great 20 minute documentary on Nike and Sweatshops (link to video included) and then they get an opportunity to change their view. This lesson then looks at the pros and cons of businesses operating ethically and how it may impact their image. The PPT includes examples of some of the least ethical businesses. The lesson then looks at the evidence of whether McDonald's is ethical or not. Students then consolidate their learning with the 2 page worksheet. A great fun and interactive lesson that helps cover the Growing as a Business topic in GCSE Business Studies.
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The Product Life Cycle - Marketing Mix - PPT & Worksheet - GCSE Business Studies

The Product Life Cycle - Marketing Mix - PPT & Worksheet - GCSE Business Studies

A nice lesson on the product life cycle. Numerous tasks throughout and key theory on the main stages of the product life cycle and up to date examples of products for each stage. The lesson also looks at various extension strategies and how they can impact the product life cycle. The extension strategies covered are prices changes, advertising, adding-value, changing packaging and targeting a new market. I have focused on products and services students can easily relate to throughout the lesson including Apple iPhones, games consoles etc. I have also included a nice worksheet on the product life cycle. Perfect for GCSE Business Studies.
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OCR GCSE Economics - The UK Economy & Globalisation - Pre-Release Material Pack 4: Figures 5 & 6

OCR GCSE Economics - The UK Economy & Globalisation - Pre-Release Material Pack 4: Figures 5 & 6

This detailed PPT looks at figures 5 and 6 from the 2017 OCR GCSE Economics pre-release material. This pack includes deep analysis of the figure and expands on vital keywords. The lesson also looks at potential exam questions based on these figures. The lesson starts with short questions and expand into higher mark questions. Lesson objective: Students will understand figures 5 and 6 in their pre-release OCR GCSE Economics booklet. This lesson covers Imports and Exports and Developing Countries such as Zambia. This pack also includes numerous exam style questions. These lessons have proved very useful for students and allows them to feel very confident on what topics will be discussed and potential questions which may be asked. These packs should be printed with 2 slides per page and handed out to all GCSE Economics students. Please look out for my other packs which cover the other figures.
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