Included in this resource is a detailed, colourful, engaging and informative presentation on critical path analysis. I have broken this topic down in easy to understand sections as students often find it very challenging. The PowerPoint contains: A detailed and colourful title slide that includes all learning objectives A fill the blanks recap starter activity on ratio analysis / financial statement. All answers are included. An explanation of what project management is and its importance. Contextualised examples of projects applicable to critical path are included **A hyperlink to a great video **of Apple’s new HQ is included. It shows the scale of the project, cost and time taken An activity where students learn the importance of completing activities simultaneously to save time rather than a sequence A step by step breakdown over 10 slides on what a network diagram is, what the values and characters mean, and how to work out EST, LFT, critical path. 5 network diagrams ranging in difficulty all with answers provided Detailed notes and activities on float times Notes on the advantages and disadvantages of critical path as well as how to evaluate the usefulness of critical path analysis as a planning tool A separate supplementary worksheet is included in this resource with all of the activities included in the PowerPoint. These can be printed for students. All answer are in the presentation. Animations have been used throughout to make this as engaging for students as possible The presentation contains 52 slides and took me two and a half hours to go through with students.
4 Practice break-even diagram questions with answers provided Can be printed used in lessons or as revision
Colourful. Engaging. Informative. This PowerPoint has been creating to introduce students to the concept of price elasticity of demand. Included in this PowerPoint: A detailed and colourful title page, highlighting the skills that will be covered over the duration of this topic A starter activity where students need to rank in order which goods / services would be most to least affected by a change in price Discussion points Slides detailing how price elasticity of demand is calculated, with an example Slides explaining what the numerical values mean (how to interpret them) Calculation questions with answers Explanation of the factors affecting price elasticity of demand This resource took me one hour to go through as a class
A colourful and engaging resource on Marketing Objectives. Included in this presentation; A colourful and informative title slide outlining learning objectives. This slide includes animations A Catchphrase starter activity where students guess the name of a business or product fro a range of picture clues A recap fill the blanks starter activity that tests what student have learned about marketing so far (PowerPoint slide can be printed for students and answer key included) Explanation of aims, objectives and mission statements Match the mission statement activity Detailed and contextualised notes on marketing strategy, SMART objectives There are 35 slides in total and this lesson took me an hour to complete
Net Present Value is a topic that students often find challenging. This presentation has been produced so that students of all abilities can access the topic. Using lots of colour and engaging slides, contextualised examples as well as step by step examples, this presentation has proven to be very successful in getting my students to understand this net present value effectively. Included in this presentation: A detailed title slide including key skills covered in the lesson and equipment required Initial starter activity where students need to calculate the payback period and average (accounting) rate of return. The aim of this activity is to get students to think about how using both of these methods can provide conflicting results (one investment option could have a shorter payback period where the other could have a higher average rate of return). Activity and answers included in slide, as well as explanation of how these figures were calculated. Step by step guidance as to what the net present value and time value of money means (we look at why it is better to have £100 now rather than next year) Activities that explain what inflation and interest rates are, and how they affect the value of money (guess the price activity can be done on mini whiteboards or completed as a class) Step by step guide demonstrating how net present value is calculated An explanation of how net present value can be applied to investment decisions An evaluation of the usefulness of net present value, with examples provided. This presentation contains 53 slides and took me just under 2 hours to go through in detail.
A 20 slide PowerPoint presentation outlining the qualitative and quantitative factors businesses consider when choosing a business location. The PowerPoint is colouful, informative and includes a ‘Tenable’ game show PowerPoint where students have to identify 10 common reasons why businesses fail
This resource is a 17 slide PowerPoint that explains the concept or rational decision making. Included in the presentation: A colourful and informative title slide that outlines the learning objectives An engaging and interactive online ‘vortex’ starter activity. Students need to match which key term links with which of four topics. Activity is self marked and instructions are included Explanations of how rational decision making is a principle of neo-classical economics Contextualised examples of how customers don’t always act rationally (Nudge Theory, Third Decoy, Dopamine, FOMO) Explanation as to why consumers may not act rationally This resource took me 30 minutes to complete
Included in this PowerPoint presentation; A colourful title slide outlining the key learning objectives A fun Catchphrase starter activity that my students adore! An introductory slide explaining what the lesson is about An introductory game where students have to recognise brands of drinks currently / previously owned by Coke (this activity links into product lifecycle) A hyperlinked video about the rise and fall of Subway (10 mins in length) Detailed and colourful notes on what the product lifecycle is and what happens at each stage A simple class activity where students have to be creative and think about how to extend the product lifecycle for 4 random products (I get students to either stand up and explain their suggestions / draw them) Colourful gifs and animations are included throughout to ensure full engagement from students This lesson contains 38 slides and took me a full hour to complete with all the activities included
A detailed (102 slide) PowerPoint presentation on tariffs, quotas, trade subsidies and other forms of protectionsim. This presentation includes: Colourful slides Videos Activities Links to syllabus A detailed step-by-step instructions on how to draw tariff, quota and trade subsidy diagrams Homework activities Contextualised examples
This PowerPoint contains 40 slides that informs sixth form students about managing their money effectively once they finish school or college regardless of whether they are entering employment, a university course or apprenticeship. Included are: Introductory information on number of students who don’t finish courses and apprenticeships and top 5 reasons why (number 2 being poor financial management) Importance of budgeting Overdrafts Interest, EAR rate and APR rate Credit cards General advice It took me 30 minutes to go through the presentation in assembly but can also be used in a lesson
Included in this PowerPoint: A detailed and colourful title slide that outlines the key learning outcomes and equipment required for the lesson A starter activity where students are required to guess how the price of 5 goods and services has changed over time (closest for each round wins). Students really enjoy this activity Explanation of why / when inflation becomes a problem, how it affects incomes and sectors where incomes have risen lower and higher than inflation Explanation in basket of goods / weighted index Step by step explanation of how inflation is calculated using weighted index Activity (with answers) where students are required to calculate inflation changes using a weighted index Activity (with answers) - identify which goods and services have been recently added and removed from the basket of goods Explanation of difference between demand-pull and cost-push inflation with examples Diagrams for both types of inflation Presentation is detailed and colourful throughout There are 52 slides in total and this presentation took me an hour and a half to go through.
This assembly has been created to help students with suggested tools to help them during stressful periods, such as exams. Students often don’t engage on advice on coping with exam stress so this assembly has been created to approach it at a different angle and to be as creating, colourful and engaging as possible. GIFs and animations have been used throughout ‘Notes’ have also been included in each slide to give suggested prompts of what to say for each slide The focus of the assembly is the emotional side of learning and how specific emotions affect learning more than others. It also includes some interesting, quirky but quick and simple techniques on managing these emotions. There are 16 slides in total and has been designed to take 15 minutes to go through (the allocated time frame for my assemblies)
Included in this presentation: A fun Catchphrase starter activity (my students love this!) A recap activity on cost-based pricing strategies with answers (feel free to remove or skip if you are you to cover this) Notes and examples on the different methods of distribution Notes on the pros and cons of each method of distribution Notes on the importance of selecting the most appropriate method of distribution
A detailed and colourful worksheet designed to test a range of skills covered in this topic. The worksheet contains 6 activities, each taking between 5 and 15 minutes to complete. It took most of my students between 45 minutes and an hour to finish this worksheet. The activities are as follows: Activity 1 - A fill the blanks activity that test students’ knowledge of the vocal and terminology used Activity 2 - Calculating PED, percentage changes and recognising the different types of PED Activity 3 - ‘Developing your answers’ - students need to recognise and explain factors that influence PED Activity 4 - Revenue boxes Activity 5 - Diagrams Activity 6 - More complex calculations / application ALL ANSWERS ARE PROVIDED IN DETAIL and have been written in a way that is broken down for students to easily understand. I ran this activity as a peer marking exercise and collected everyone’s work at the end of the lesson to check if there were any gaps in understand to review the following lesson. This saved a lot of time!
A colourful, informative and engaging PowerPoint lesson on the production possibility frontier / curve (PPF/PPC). Included in this lesson are: A colourful and detailed title slide providing detailed learning objectives A discussion starter activity that introduces the concept of choice A mix and match activity where students need to identify and explain the difference between economic and free goods Detailed notes Consumer goods activity Step by step break down of what the PPF is, opportunity cost, how it is calculated, marginal analysis, movements, shifts There is also a free blank template of a PPF on my store that you can print and get students to fill in as it is explained
This worksheet contains revision notes and activities on how to calculate fixed costs, variable costs, total costs, average costs, marginal costs, direct costs and indirect costs) All answers are included The worksheet is colourful and creative throughout This worksheet contains 7 pages of activities and took my students between 30 - 45 minutes to complete Can be given as classwork / homework / revision
This worksheet tests students understanding of the importance of cash, cash flow forecasts and how to solve cash flow problems. There are five activities included in this resource: Activity 1 - A fill the blanks activity testing students’ understanding of key cash flow terminology Activity 2 - A cash flow forecast with missing values that students will need to calculate Activity 3 - A true or false activity that tests students’ ability to interpret the information from the cash flow forecast they completed for activity 2 Activity 4 - An anagram activity where students have to solve five anagrams of ways businesses can solve cash flow problems. Once solved, they need to briefly explain how each method helps with poor cash flow Activity 5 - A picture round where students look at 9 good and services, and have to decide which four of the nine are likely to experience short-term cash-flow problems. A brief answer is required underneath explaining their reasons for each answer All answers have been provided in depth This can be completed in class / for homework / as a peer marked activity to save you marking! This worksheet took students around 25 minutes to complete
Colourful slides, animations, video links, fun activities, as well as questions (with answers provided) are all included in this engaging and informative lesson on calculating the payback period, applicable to all syllabi Included in the lesson is: A fun (and very popular with my students!) Catchphrase starter activity where students have to guess the name of a well-known brand or product from a selection of pictures. Answers are provided. An eye-catching slide used to explain the purpose of the lesson and introduce the terms capital investment appraisal. An explanation of what it means to invest Contextualised examples and explanations of what investing is with colourful slides and video links provided (a Bitcoin video is included as well as a link to live house price updates) A ‘guess the price of the good’ activity that demonstrates reasons why people make investments (to get a return on their investment) Examples of real business investments (Facebook purchasing WhatsApp, Oculus, extra warehouses for servers) Explanation and step by step demonstration of how to calculate the payback period A 10 - 15 minute activity where students need to calculate the payback period. Answers provided. An explanation as how to evaluate the payback period It took me a lesson and a half to go through all of the content