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Business Studies / Economics / Computer Science / Humanities - History / Geography / Psychology / Sociology - mostly specialising in GCSE / A Level and IB but KS3 resources too. I have a passion for teaching and learning and provide the full set of resources for lessons that I have personally tried and tested over the years to make life easier for other teachers (including mark schemes, lesson plans, and model answers where appropriate!)

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Business Studies / Economics / Computer Science / Humanities - History / Geography / Psychology / Sociology - mostly specialising in GCSE / A Level and IB but KS3 resources too. I have a passion for teaching and learning and provide the full set of resources for lessons that I have personally tried and tested over the years to make life easier for other teachers (including mark schemes, lesson plans, and model answers where appropriate!)
Exchange Rates - GCSE / iGCSE Business
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Exchange Rates - GCSE / iGCSE Business

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This lesson / resource is for *Exchange Rates and has been designed GCSE and iGCSE Business Studies. To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, GCSE can be found here / A Level and IB can be found here It has the following learning objectives shown below: Learning objectives/Outcomes: Know how to define an exchange rate Know how to calculate one currency changed into another currency Recognise when a currency has strengthened and weakened Understand the effect of changing exchange rates on importers and exporters This download includes: A full lesson PowerPoint Printable group work Activity All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Methods of Production - GCSE / iGCSE Business - Full Lesson
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Methods of Production - GCSE / iGCSE Business - Full Lesson

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This lesson / resource is for Methods of Production and has been designed GCSE and iGCSE Business Studies. There is enough in this resource for two double lessons (if both video case studies are used) To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, GCSE can be found here / A Level and IB can be found here It has the following learning objectives shown below: Learning objectives/Outcomes: Know the three different production methods used by a business Understand the advantages and disadvantages of each method This download includes: A full lesson PowerPoint Two Video Case Studies Knowledge Check Worksheet All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Harvey Taylor (2020) See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Sources of Finance - GCSE Full Lesson
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Sources of Finance - GCSE Full Lesson

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This lesson / resource is about Sources of Finance with the following learning objectives and been designed for GCSE / iGCSE Business Studies. To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, please click here Learning objectives/Outcomes: Understand why a business needs funds Understand the difference between short and long term capital needs Understand the difference between internal and external sources of finance Identify the different sources of finance available to a business Understand how to select the most appropriate source of finance for a particular situation This download includes: A full lesson PowerPoint Differentiated Sheets for students to learn definitions and advantages / disadvantages of each source of finance Elearning Version for Drag and Drop assignment via uploading as a Google Doc and Sharing with Google Classroom A Scenario where all sources of finance are rejected or recommended 6 mini case studies to select the best source(s) of finance Some multiple choice questions to check understanding as a Plenary All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources. See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Business Plans - GCSE Business Studies Full Lesson
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Business Plans - GCSE Business Studies Full Lesson

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This lesson / resource is from Unit 1 - Understanding Business Activity and looks specifically at Business Plans . To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, GCSE can be found here / A Level and IB can be found here I normally teach this in Year 10 and it has been designed for GCSE with the following learning objectives: Know what a Business Plan is and why a person might write one. Understand what is required in writing a business plan and the features of one. Assess the problems a business might have if they do not have a business plan This download includes: Full lesson PowerPoint Round robin / search type activity Lesson plan All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and this links back to earlier topics (enterprise / Entrepreneurs and Added Value) and also to later topics such as Legal Structures / Marketing. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but <strong> all comments and suggestions are very welcome </strong> and will be used to improve future resources. If you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. Please do leave a review! The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources Click here to see other resources in my shop
Motivation - Financial Methods - GCSE Business - Full Lesson
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Motivation - Financial Methods - GCSE Business - Full Lesson

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This lesson / resource is for ** Financial Methods of Motivation** and has been designed GCSE and iGCSE Business Studies. This lesson follows on from the lessons on Motivational Theory: Intro to Motivation - Maslow - available here and Motiation Lesson 2 - Herzberg, Taylor, McGregor - available here To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, GCSE can be found here / A Level and IB can be found here It has the following learning objectives shown below: Learning objectives/Outcomes: Understand the following key terms: Remuneration Wages and Salary Piece rate pay Time rate pay Bonuses and Commission Profit Sharing Understand why different payment methods might be suitable for different types of jobs This download includes: Full Lesson Powerpoint Two printable tasks One Printable with short case studies (answers in the presentation) All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources (2020) See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Leadership Styles and Functions of Management  - Full lesson - GCSE
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Leadership Styles and Functions of Management - Full lesson - GCSE

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This lesson is a nice gentle introduction to the three most common **leadership styles** to cover GCSE specifications with the following learning objectives: **Learning objectives/Outcomes**: * Understand different leadership styles and how they are different Autocratic\ Laissez Faire\Democratic\Situational\Paternalistic\Bureaucratic * Understand how different leadership styles can be applied in Business situations **This download includes**: * A full lesson PowerPoint * Printable Kinesthetic task * Group work scenarios to check understanding of leadership styles All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but **all comments and suggestions are very welcome** and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT [here](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/haltest)
Motivation - Non Financial Methods - GCSE Business - Full Lesson
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Motivation - Non Financial Methods - GCSE Business - Full Lesson

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This lesson / resource is for Non Financial Methods of Motivation and has been designed GCSE and iGCSE Business Studies. This lesson follows on from the lessons on Motivational Theory: Intro to Motivation - Maslow - available here; Motiation Lesson 2 - Herzberg, Taylor, McGregor - available here Motivation Lesson 3 - Financial Methods - available here To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, GCSE can be found here / A Level and IB can be found here It has the following learning objectives shown below: Learning objectives/Outcomes: Understand what Non-Financial Methods of Motivation are: Job rotation Job enlargement Job enrichment Autonomous work groups Quality Circles Know how to advise a business as to how motivation might be improved This download includes: Full Lesson Powerpoint Printable Jigsaw Task Exam style question with Model Answer and Teacher annotations in the presentation All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources (2020) See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Capacity Utilisation - Full Lesson - AS / A Level / IB Business
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Capacity Utilisation - Full Lesson - AS / A Level / IB Business

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This lesson / resource is about Capacity Utilisation with the following learning objectives and been designed for A Level / IB Diploma Business Studies Learning objectives/Outcomes: Know the meaning and calculation of capacity utilisation Understand excess capacity and capacity shortages / overcoming these problems Know the reasons for growth of outsourcing Understand the benefit and limitations of outsourcing This download includes: A starter A full lesson PowerPoint A short Case study to discuss A longer case study Choice of Plenaries to round off the lesson All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Price Strategies - GCSE Business Studies-Marketing- Full Lesson
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Price Strategies - GCSE Business Studies-Marketing- Full Lesson

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This lesson / resource covers **Price Strategies ** and deals with the below learning objectives and been designed for GCSE Business Studies. This resource has one lesson. This lesson follows on from my lesson on price determination in a free market which is available here To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, GCSE can be found here / A Level and IB can be found here Lesson Learning objectives/Outcomes: Understand Price as part of the marketing mix Know different Pricing Strategies that can be used by a business and why they might be used Assess which pricing strategies are best for certain situations This download includes: Full Powerpoint Groupwork Table completion task OR Kinaesthetic task (or could be used as both - differentiation) Exam Questions with model answers Price Strategy Tarsia The lesson covers Cost-plus pricing Price penetration Price skimming Loss leaders Competitive pricing Promotional pricing Psychological pricing Price discrimination All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources. See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Breakeven 2- Breakeven Analysis - GCSE - Full Lesson
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Breakeven 2- Breakeven Analysis - GCSE - Full Lesson

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This lesson / resource is for Breakeven Analysis with the following learning objectives and been designed GCSE and iGCSE Business Studies. This lesson follows on from a lesson on costs, revenues and profit (available here) This is possibly enough for two double lessons (one double for a reasonably advanced group). To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, GCSE can be found here / A Level and IB can be found here Learning objectives/Outcomes: Know the two different ways to calculate breakeven Understand how Variable Costs, Fixed Costs, Total Costs and Revenue allow a business to calculate breakeven Know how to calculate the margin of safety Understand why a business might use Breakeven Analysis This download includes: A full lesson PowerPoint Step by step examples Printable case study with answers Extension Task with answers Worksheet to check understanding with answers Printable Vocabulary check Printable starter of key terms All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Recruitment and Selection - GCSE Business Studies - 2 Full Lessons
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Recruitment and Selection - GCSE Business Studies - 2 Full Lessons

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This lesson / resource covers Recruitment and Selection with the following learning objectives and been designed for GCSE Business Studies. This resource has two lessons and covers all aspect of Recruitment and Selection. Lesson 1 Learning objectives/Outcomes: Know the difference between Full Time and Part Time staff Understand why businesses might use External / Internal Recruitment Understand the process by which businesses recruit staff Recruitment / Selection Know all the different steps to recruit staff Lesson 2 Learning objectives/Outcomes: Understand the difference between a Job Description, Person Specification and Job Advert Know the features of what makes a good and bad recruitment document The Resource also covers: Full time and Part time staff Internal and External Recruitment Interviews CV basics This download includes: A full lesson PowerPoint 2 activities - Internal and External Recruitment Sort Order of Recruitment Process Task Design a Job Description / Person Specification / Job Advert Group Task Select the best candidate from a Shortlist task Wordsearch All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Spreadsheets 3 +4 - Collecting / Collating Data AND Intro to Graphs / Charts - KS3 Computing / ICT
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Spreadsheets 3 +4 - Collecting / Collating Data AND Intro to Graphs / Charts - KS3 Computing / ICT

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This lesson has the following objectives •Know how to collate data using Microsoft Excel •Understand how to produce charts and graphs to show your data It leads on from Lessons 1 and 2 which covered formatting and relative / absolute cells and goes onto introduce how to create tables in excel and then how to create graphs and charts. This Download includes: Presentation Two practical tasks with differentiation Extension Task An optional data collection survey This resource has enough for 2 lessons X 50 minutes with extension tasks for those students that get through their tasks quicker than all the rest.
Communication in Business - GCSE Business Studies - Full Lesson - Human Resources
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Communication in Business - GCSE Business Studies - Full Lesson - Human Resources

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This lesson / resource covers Business Communication with the following learning objectives and been designed for GCSE Business Studies. This resource has one lesson but could be extended to two lessons. To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, click here ⠀ This lesson has the following Learning Objectives: Understand what Communication and the different types of communication in a business - internal / external AND one way / two way commucation Know the different types of communication - written, verbal, visual and electronic Know how to assess the different types of communication and choose the best method for different situations ⠀ The Resource also covers: Communication Process Internal and External Communication Different methods of communication Communication Barriers Communication Nets ⠀ Resources to run the lesson(s) included in this download: A full lesson PowerPoint Jigsaw activity - types of communication Barriers to Communication - differentiated activity ⠀ All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work. ⠀ All activities and resources have been used in classes and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware them. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. ⠀ If you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see, feel free to leave a comment. ⠀ The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources. ⠀ To see other resources in my shop, click here
Compression -Lossy and Lossless - Computer Science - Full lesson
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Compression -Lossy and Lossless - Computer Science - Full lesson

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This lesson is one of a series (scheme of work) to teach Compression and focuses on the use of Lossy and Lossless techniques and how they work. It has been especially designed for GCSE. To see this lesson as part of a full scheme of work, please click here ⠀ This lesson has the following Learning Objectives: Understand what is meant by Compression Know the difference between Lossy and Lossless compression ⠀ All necessary resources to run the lesson(s) are included in this download: Full Lesson Powerpoint Two Printable activities Choice of Final Task Knowledge questions ⠀ The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work. ⠀ All activities and resources have been used in classes and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware them. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. ⠀ If you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see, feel free to leave a comment. ⠀ The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources. ⠀ To see other resources in my shop, click here
Stock Control / Inventory Management - Full lesson -AS/A2/IB Diploma
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Stock Control / Inventory Management - Full lesson -AS/A2/IB Diploma

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This lesson / resource is for **Stock Control / Inventory Management ** with the following learning objectives and been designed for AS/AS/IB Business Studies. Learning objectives/Outcomes: Know different types of stock Know the advantages and disadvantages of holding stock Understand what is meant by each of the key terms associated with the traditional stock control system. Understand the use of Just In Time (JIT) stock control This lesson covers everything needed to fully understand, apply and evaluate Stock Control / Inventory Management methods . This download includes: A full lesson PowerPoint Student example of an essay on the case study Case Study All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Promotion and Promotional Mix - Marketing - A Level / IB  Business Studies
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Promotion and Promotional Mix - Marketing - A Level / IB Business Studies

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This lesson is one of a series (scheme of work) to teach Marketing and covers the Promotion and the Promotional Mix. ⠀ This lesson has been designed for A Level, IB Diploma, and AP Business Studies. To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, please click here ⠀ GCSE Business Scheme of work can be found here ⠀ This lesson has the following Learning Objectives: Know the difference between promotion and advertising Understand above and below the line promotions Understand different promotional tools and their effectiveness Evaluate which factors in a promotional mix should be used ⠀ Resources to run the lesson(s) are included in this download: Full Lesson Presentation Printable Cards for Each Promotional Method to use in 2 tasks Series of Case studies to discuss with students ⠀ All necessary resources to run the lessons are included in this download and all resources are for a double lesson (or two single lessons) i.e. there should be enough to content to cover around 1 hour and fifty minutes. ⠀ The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work. ⠀ All activities and resources have been used in classes and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware them. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. ⠀ If you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see, feel free to leave a comment. ⠀ The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources. ⠀ See our other resources for Business Studies, Economics, Computer Science and ICT here
Variables, Constants and  Inputs - GCSE Computer Science - Coding/Python - Full Lesson
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Variables, Constants and Inputs - GCSE Computer Science - Coding/Python - Full Lesson

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This lesson is one of a series (scheme of work) to teach Coding techniques in Python and focusses on Types of Variables and Inputs. There is enough content here for 1 double lesson for very advanced students (or a small class) but there is enough challenge here for around 4 hours of teaching time. There are lots of Python challenges for students to try and extension task as well! It has been especially designed for GCSE. To see this lesson as part of a full scheme of work, please click here Learning Objectives Understand what a Variable is in Python Know what the different types of Variables are and what they are used for Understand and use Operator Precedence Know how to take an input of different data types from the user The resources in this pack will be enough for 2 X double lessons of Computer Science (each double lesson of around 1 hour 50 minutes) . All necessary resources to run the lessons are included in this download. Lesson presentation with examples of the code Eight Challenges to allow students to show their mastery of the concepts Possible solutions for each of the eight challenges Original Python files to allow you to run the programs to see how the programs work Variables Worksheet This lesson is perfect to use to deliver a full lesson or as revision to help students recap skills they have learnt previously. It is also ideal for NQTs and non-specialist teachers who need to learn Python programming or any teacher wanting to fill in gaps in their Python programming knowledge The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but <strong> all comments and suggestions are very welcome </strong> and will be used to improve future resources. If you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see, feel free to leave a comment. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources. To see other resources in my shop, click here
Factors of Production - Rewards, Mobility + Quality and Quantity -  GCSE Economics - Full Lesson
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Factors of Production - Rewards, Mobility + Quality and Quantity - GCSE Economics - Full Lesson

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This lesson / resource is a lesson covering Factors of Production and has been designed for GCSE / iGCSE Economics. To see this lesson in a full scheme of work, GCSE can be found here It has the following learning objectives shown below: Learning objectives/Outcomes: Know the meaning of Factors of Production and give examples Understand the Rewards for each Factor of Production Understand what contributes to the mobility of the Factors of Production Know the possible causes of changes in the Quantity and Quality of the Factors of Production This download includes: A full lesson PowerPoint 3 Printable Activities Exam Skills Practice Extension Research Tasks All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download and all my lessons are for a double lesson i.e. to take around 1 hour and fifty minutes so they can be separated into two single lessons if required. The aim of all my resources is to provide lessons / activities of good quality that will add value to your lessons / schemes of work without any extra planning. All activities and resources have been used in class and any errors will be fixed and resources updated as soon as I am aware of any errors. I have priced my resources at what I consider to be a reasonable cost based upon the amount of effort and work I have put into them but all comments and suggestions are very welcome and will be used to improve future resources. Please do leave a review and if you have an idea for a topic / resource that you would like to see (or improvement for this resource), feel free to contact me. The contents of this page and all downloaded materials are copyrighted Taylor Teaching Resources See my other resources for Business Studies, Computer Science and ICT here
Business Studies Classroom Poster Pack 1
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Business Studies Classroom Poster Pack 1

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A3 Business Posters collected into one place for all the most common concepts in GCSE/A Level and IB Business Studies. For less than a pound for each poster, they look great printed out in the classroom as displays or laminated and used as reference for students to engage in retrieval practice. Each poster can be purchased individually or in the Business Posters Packs detailed below: Posters so far: Lewin’s ForceField Analysis Product Life Cycle SWOT Analysis Business Cycle / Economic Cycle Cashflow Forecasts Stakeholder Mapping Breakeven Porter’s Five Forces PEST Analysis Ansoff Matrix Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Market Maps Boston Matrix is available as a free download here Coming soon Balance Sheets Income Statements Marketing Mix Pack 2 is available here includes: AIDA Model (Free) Blake Mouton Leadership Grid Tannenbaum Schmidt Continuum of Leadership Carroll’s Corporate Social Responsibility pyramid Elkington’s Triple Bottom Line Risk Evaluation and Contingency Planning Hofstede’s national cultures Bowman’s strategic clock Coming soon: Kaplan and Norton’s Balanced Scorecard Capacity utilisation Bartlett and Ghoshal’s strategies If you need any topics in particular, please let me know in the comments.