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Head of the Economics department at a school in Malaysia. Teacher of Economics and Business Studies to A level. Assistant examiner - IGCSE Business Studies

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Head of the Economics department at a school in Malaysia. Teacher of Economics and Business Studies to A level. Assistant examiner - IGCSE Business Studies
Classification of businesses
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Classification of businesses

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Whole topic PPT - diagrams/prompts/exercises. Lesson ideas shown in notes on front page. References to topic specific details of CIE past paper questions - notes to exam style case study page - last PPT in each section. Textbook referred to - Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Business Studies by Mark Fisher, Medi Houghton Veenu Jain.
Understanding business activity
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Understanding business activity

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Whole topic PPT - diagrams/prompts/exercises. Lesson ideas shown in notes on Title page. References to topic specific details of CIE past paper questions - notes to exam style case study page - last PPT in each section. Textbook referred to - Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Business Studies by Mark Fisher, Medi Houghton Veenu Jain.
2. The production possibility curve
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2. The production possibility curve

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PPT aligned to the CIE syllabus. Summative and formative assessments provided with suggested solutions. Topics covered included the PPC scarcity, opportunity costs, efficiency etc.
Motivating employees
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Motivating employees

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Whole topic PPT - diagrams/prompts/exercises. Lesson ideas shown in notes on front page. References to topic specific details of CIE past paper questions - notes to exam style case study page - last PPT in each section. Textbook referred to - Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Business Studies by Mark Fisher, Medi Houghton Veenu Jain.
Internal and external communication
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Internal and external communication

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Whole topic PPT - diagrams/prompts/exercises. Lesson ideas shown in notes on front page. References to topic specific details of CIE past paper questions - notes to exam style case study page - last PPT in each section. Textbook referred to - Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Business Studies by Mark Fisher, Medi Houghton Veenu Jain
6. Demand
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6. Demand

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PPT aligned to the CIE syllabus. Summative and formative assessments provided with suggested solutions. Topics covered included normal goods, inferior goods, complements, substitutes, Giffen goods, Veblen goods
8a.  A2  Macroeconomics - Designing macroeconomic fiscal policy
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8a. A2 Macroeconomics - Designing macroeconomic fiscal policy

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A2 Macroeconomics. Topic -** Designing macroeconomic policy**. Aids lesson planning with topic related prompts enabling class discussion throughout. PPT - learning objectives, key terms, spec inserts, diagrams, videos and so forth. Exercises taken from Economics - Peter smith
5a.  A2 Macroeconomics - Policies to promote development
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5a. A2 Macroeconomics - Policies to promote development

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A2 Macroeconomics. Topic -** Policies to promote development**. Aids lesson planning with topic related prompts enabling class discussion throughout. PPT - learning objectives, key terms, spec inserts, diagrams, videos and so forth. Exercises taken from Economics - Peter smith
People in business
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People in business

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Understand the importance of a well-motivated workforce. Recommend and justify appropriate method(s) of motivation in given situation. Draw, interpret and explain simple organisational charts and understand the roles, responsibilities and relationships between people in organisations. Explain the functions of management. Understand the importance of delegation and the difference between trust versus control. Learners should be able to identify and explain the features of the main leadership styles and be able to recommend an appropriate leadership style in a given situation. Understand what a trade union is and the effects of employees being union members. Learners should be able to identify and explain the main stages of recruitment and understand the difference between internal and external recruitment. Identify and explain the benefits and limitations of part-time and full-time workers. Importance of training to a business and employees. Benefits and limitations of induction training, on-the-job and off-the-job training. Learners should be able to explain the difference between dismissal and redundancy. Learners should be able to identify and explain situations when downsizing may be necessary. Learners should be able to identify factors and be able to explain and justify which workers should be recruited/made redundant in given circumstances. Explain the main types of legal control relating to employment issues and understand their impact on employers and employees. Understand why effective communication is important and the methods used to achieve it. Demonstrate an awareness of communication barriers.
8. Examples of market
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8. Examples of market

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PPT aligned to the CIE syllabus. Summative and formative assessments provided with suggested solutions. Topics covered included the foreign exchange market, labour market, unemployment, money market etc
Organisation and management
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Organisation and management

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Whole topic PPT - diagrams/prompts/exercises. Lesson ideas shown in notes on front page. References to topic specific details of CIE past paper questions - notes to exam style case study page - last PPT in each section. Textbook referred to - Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Business Studies by Mark Fisher, Medi Houghton Veenu Jain
3a.  A2 Macroeconomics  - Modeling the economy
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3a. A2 Macroeconomics - Modeling the economy

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A2 Macroeconomics. Topic -** Modeling the economy**. Aids lesson planning with topic related prompts enabling class discussion throughout. PPT - learning objectives, key terms, spec inserts, diagrams, videos and so forth. Exercises taken from Economics - Peter smith
7. Nature of supply
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7. Nature of supply

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PPT aligned to the CIE syllabus. Summative and formative assessments provided with suggested solutions. Topics covered included supply, the firm, competitive market, factors of production
11. Comparative statistics
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11. Comparative statistics

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PPT aligned to the CIE syllabus. Summative and formative assessments provided with suggested solutions. Topics covered included static analysis & comparative static analysis
Recruitment, selection and training
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Recruitment, selection and training

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Whole topic PPT - diagrams/prompts/exercises. Lesson ideas shown in notes on front page. References to topic specific details of CIE past paper questions - notes to exam style case study page - last PPT in each section. Textbook referred to - Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Business Studies by Mark Fisher, Medi Houghton Veenu Jain.
10. Determinants of supply
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10. Determinants of supply

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PPT aligned to the CIE syllabus. Summative and formative assessments provided with suggested solutions. Topics covered included joint supply, taxes , subsidies etc
5. The price system and the microeconomy
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5. The price system and the microeconomy

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PPT aligned to the CIE syllabus. Summative and formative assessments provided with suggested solutions. Topics covered included demand & supply, ceteris paribus, income effect, substitution effect, conspicuous demand etc
4a. A2 Macroeconomics - Money and the economy
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4a. A2 Macroeconomics - Money and the economy

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A2 Macroeconomics. Topic -** Money and the economy**. Aids lesson planning with topic related prompts enabling class discussion throughout. PPT - learning objectives, key terms, spec inserts, diagrams, videos and so forth. Exercises taken from Economics - Peter smith