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Welcome! I am a Business, Economics and Psychology teacher working in London, examining for GCSE & A-Level and providing high quality resources so your students can enjoy and thrive in the study of these beautiful subjects. Positive reviews are much appreciated. School purchase orders can be emailed to zee.tes@hotmail.com - Zee

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Welcome! I am a Business, Economics and Psychology teacher working in London, examining for GCSE & A-Level and providing high quality resources so your students can enjoy and thrive in the study of these beautiful subjects. Positive reviews are much appreciated. School purchase orders can be emailed to zee.tes@hotmail.com - Zee
Critical path analysis - A Level Business
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Critical path analysis - A Level Business

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This double lesson introduces learners to critical path analysis, quite a tricky concept to understand at first for a lot of students - but not with this powerpoint. We start with an engaging starter to contextualise the topic, then we break down the elements of the critical path such as node, EST LFT, activities and durations so that we can see how it is built. Guidance is displayed step by step how to work out EST and LFT. Students have opportunities to practice completing and calculating critical path analysis, including working out the EST and LFTs, float times and the critical path. A kahoot quiz with a link to consolidate the first lesson’s learning. We then look at the advantages and disadvantages of CPA, followed by a concise case study on the usefulness of using CPA (questions can either be calculations or essay based so both are covered here). Structure guidance and a concise model answer is given to help students improve their exam technique. A group task to construct a more challenging CPA and a box plenary to end with. All you need - open the powerpoint, run through it, and deliver quality lessons whilst saving precious time. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! - all files in zip folder. Thank you
Edexcel A Level Business Theme 4 - 4.1.4 Protectionism
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Edexcel A Level Business Theme 4 - 4.1.4 Protectionism

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This lesson introduces learners to recent protectionism that has taken place. We start by looking at the purpose of protectionism then look at the recent example of Donald Trump imposing tariffs on China, and then another example of Obama imposing tariffs on Chinese tyres, a concise case study on this with a 4 mark question, structure guidance and a model answer for students to peer assess with. We then go onto the short and long term effects of protectionism with a 10 mark question, answers included. We finish off with a box plenary and a homework research task. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Thank you
Edexcel A Level Economics Theme 1 - 1.4 Government intervention
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Edexcel A Level Economics Theme 1 - 1.4 Government intervention

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This 3 lesson bundle covers: 1.4.1 Government intervention in markets - double lesson 1.4.2 Government failure Filled with examples, activities and kahoot quizzes to consolidate learning in an engaging way. All you need - open the powerpoint, run through it, and deliver quality lessons whilst saving precious time. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! - all files in zip folder. Please visit mrzeesresources.com and have a browse for the highest quality resources and latest updates. Thank you
Edexcel A Level Business Paper 2 Mock (2022)
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Edexcel A Level Business Paper 2 Mock (2022)

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FULL PAPER 2 MOCK ASSESSMENT Focused on the topics and quantitative skills identified in ‘Advance information’ for paper 2, however this can be used as a mock for subsequent years. This assessment comes with: A 2 hour/100 mark assessment in exam style and standard - 9 extracts over 10 questions A full mark scheme Interactive PDF and standard version so it can be completed digitally or printed out Relevant and recent case studies based on the car market and ice cream Specification reference noted on each question for revision purposes Written by an experienced examiner for Edexcel A Level Business Use as a mock assessment or go through questions in class/homework to ensure students have the best pratice for the upcoming exams! Download a sample here - https://1drv.ms/b/s!AqqqDGaX3LPr_UbYgEE10vGd02xS
Edexcel A Level Business Theme 4 - 4.1.5 Trading blocs
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Edexcel A Level Business Theme 4 - 4.1.5 Trading blocs

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This lesson introduces learners to trading blocs, we start by looking at the history of european union and how it started in 1973. We look at other trade blocs then discuss the advantages and disadvantages of trading bloc. We look at a case study on the creation of the RCEP trade bloc, a concise case study and a 10 mark question, structure guidance is provided and a model answer to help students when peer assessing to build important exam skills. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Thank you
Organisational structures - A Level Business
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Organisational structures - A Level Business

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This set of resources includes 1x PPT and 2x word files and can be delivered over 2-3 lessons. Learners are introduced to key concepts in organisational structures such as span of control and chain of command in engaging ways i.e chinese whispers to demonstrate the negatives of a long chain of command. We look at the pros and cons of tall, flat and matrix structures, then we move on onto centralised and decentralised structures. A short case study based on cartoon characters who have switched to decentralised - a few questions to contextualize the knowledge. Students have the opportunity to learn about the supermarket industry, in particular Morrisons struggle with the budget supermarkets which led to restructuring - a 12 mark question with structure guidance and a detailed model answer to help students with peer assessments, as well as making improvements to WWW and EBI. To spice it up a bit, a group matching task, where students have to create an organisational structure - answer sheet provided so teacher can look around whilst students work on it. Two links to kahoot quizzes and a box plenary to finish with. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Thank you
Edexcel GCSE Business - Theme 2 - 2.5.1 Organisational structures
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Edexcel GCSE Business - Theme 2 - 2.5.1 Organisational structures

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This double lesson introduces learners to the different organisational structures. Real life examples, a group task to assemble an organisational structure to consolidate key terms such as span of control, chain of command. We then look at pros of cons of the different types of structures including centralisation and decentralisation. We look at how communication is impacted through the different types of structures. Some 3 and 6 mark questions with model answers to build exam skills. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Thank you
3.5.1 Setting financial objectives - AQA A Level Business
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3.5.1 Setting financial objectives - AQA A Level Business

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Learners are introduced into the world of financial objectives, we look at the important distinction between cash and profit before looking at the range of financial objectives set by businesses such as, revenue, cost and profit objectives, cash flow objectives, return on investment objectives, capital structure objectives and finally internal and external influences on these objectives. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Please visit mrzeesresources.com and have a browse for the highest quality resources and latest updates. Thank you
3.9.1 Assessing a change in scale (organic and external growth) - AQA A Level Business
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3.9.1 Assessing a change in scale (organic and external growth) - AQA A Level Business

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This set of resources includes 4x PPTs which can be delivered over 7 lessons (over 100 slides of engaging and interactive learning throughout the bundle). This bundle consists of lessons on 3.9.1 Assessing a change in scale, the lessons are broken down as follows: L1-2 Assessing a change in scale (an overview with a focus on economies and diseconomies of scale) L3-4 Assessing a change in scale 2 (focus is on organic growth) L5-6 Assessing a change in scale 3 (focus is on mergers, takeovers and joint ventures) L7 Assessing a change in scale 4 (focus is on franchise) A huge range and variety of activities including numerous case studies and exam questions with model answers, peer assessment grids, videos, debates, research tasks and more throughout the lessons! Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Please visit mrzeesresources.com and have a browse for the highest quality resources and latest updates. Thank you
3.9.2 Assessing innovation - AQA A Level Business
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3.9.2 Assessing innovation - AQA A Level Business

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This resource includes 1x PPT and 1x word document which can be delivered over a double lesson. We start off by discussing what innovation is and the main types of innovation that exist, the pressures that lead to businesses to innovate, the pros and cons of innovation and finally how to protect innovations. We look at how innovation can impact different functional areas. Visual infographics of businesses that spend on R&D to innovate, video clip, debate, true or false questions, a 4 mark and 16 mark exam style question (guidance, concise model answer and peer assessment grid included) before ending with a box plenary. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Please visit mrzeesresources.com and have a browse for the highest quality resources and latest updates. Thank you
2.1.3 Employment and unemployment - Theme 2 Edexcel A Level Economics
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2.1.3 Employment and unemployment - Theme 2 Edexcel A Level Economics

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This set of resources includes 2x PPT, 2x word files and can be delivered over 2-3 lessons. Learners are introduced to employment and unenmployment. We start by learning about the two key measures of unemployment in the UK with activities, two short exam style questions with answers to consolidate before looking at the different types of unemployment that exist. We also look at the difference between unemployed and underemployed. In the second powerpoint, there is a focus on exam technique, we look at the effects of migration and then an essay exam style question on the impact on employment in the UK. We look at costs of unemployment to various parties before playing a kahoot on unemployment and finishing off with a box plenary. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Thank you
3.6.1 Setting human resource objectives - AQA A Level Business
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3.6.1 Setting human resource objectives - AQA A Level Business

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This lesson includes 1x powerpoint. Learners are introduced to the human resource function and the importance of it. We look at various objectives that businesses might set themselves in relation to HR. Real life examples are looked at, an exam style question, discussion and box plenary to finish with. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Please visit mrzeesresources.com and have a browse for the highest quality resources and latest updates. Thank you
AQA A Level Business - 3.8 Choosing strategic direction
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AQA A Level Business - 3.8 Choosing strategic direction

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This set of resources includes 2x PPTs which can be delivered over 4 lessons. 3.8.1 Strategic direction: choosing which markets to compete in and what products to offer - double lesson 3.8.2 Strategic positioning: choosing how to compete - double lesson Filled with a variety of activities, real life examples, debates, true or false quizzes, case studies, exam questions, model answers, marking grids so students can self/peer assess to identify WWW and EBI with their responses before making improvements. Kahoot quizzes and box plenaries to consolidate learning in an engaging way. All you need - open the powerpoint, run through it, and deliver quality lessons whilst saving precious time. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! - all files in zip folder. Please visit mrzeesresources.com and have a browse for the highest quality resources and latest updates. School purchase orders can be sent to zee.tes@hotmail.com Thank you Ansoff’s Matrix, Porters strategies, Bowman’s strategic clock
Edexcel A Level Business Paper 3 Mock (2022)
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Edexcel A Level Business Paper 3 Mock (2022)

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FULL PAPER 3 MOCK ASSESSMENT Focused on the topics and quantitative skills identified in ‘Advance information’ for paper 3, however this can be used as a mock for subsequent years. This assessment comes with: A 2 hour/100 mark assessment in exam style and standard - 9 extracts over 8 questions A full mark scheme Interactive PDF and standard version so it can be completed digitally or printed out Relevant and recent case studies based on the pre-release context for 2022 Specification reference noted on each question for revision purposes Written by an experienced examiner for Edexcel A Level Business Use as a mock assessment or split into 2x 60 min assessments to be completed in lesson or go through questions in class/homework to ensure students have the best pratice for the upcoming exams! Download a sample here - https://1drv.ms/b/s!AqqqDGaX3LPrgP92Gph40aQnsyE7tQ
3.6.1 Causes and effects of change - Theme 3 Edexcel A Level Business
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3.6.1 Causes and effects of change - Theme 3 Edexcel A Level Business

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This lesson introduces learners to the causes and effects of change, we start by looking the what causes change, such as changes in size, poor performance and transformational leadership. We then go on to look at the effects of change before looking at a case study on a supermarket which has suddently improved performance after a new CEO joined. A 12 mark question on what caused the change with structure guidance and a concise model answer for students to peer assess with. I have included a peer assessment grid which is similar to how examiners assess essays and this could be a good tool for students to understand what makes a top band answer. A research task and box plenary to finish with. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Thank you
4.1.1 Globalisation - Theme 4 Edexcel A Level Economics
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4.1.1 Globalisation - Theme 4 Edexcel A Level Economics

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This double lesson introduces learners to the world of globalisation. We start by looking at what globalisation is, with examples of the UKs trade with other countries. We look at causes of globalisation such as containerisation and others. Students research the impacts of globalisation on countries, governments, consumers, producers and the environment before filling in any gaps in knowlege on the following slides. We also look at some video case studies of Nike and Apple to better understand the pros and cons of globaslisation. A box plenary to finish with. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Please visit mrzeesresources.com and have a browse for the highest quality resources and latest updates. Thank you
OCR CTEC Business Unit 1 The Business Environment Interactive Knowledge Book
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OCR CTEC Business Unit 1 The Business Environment Interactive Knowledge Book

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The new CTEC Business Unit 1 Knowledge book is here! The ultimate resource for knowledge retrieval for this unit - completely aligned with the specification requirements. This resource includes: • Unit 1 knowledge workbook + answer book (interactive PDF) • 25 bright, colourful pages with images to help students make links • 55 areas of the spec tested • A traffic light checklist for students at the bottom of each page to use as a revision resource once completed This can be used in a variety of ways, for example: • Send electronically/upload for students to type in to rather than print (most cost effective) • Teacher can request this to be printed in an A4 or A5 booklet and hand out to class • Use as homework after each lesson or take time at the end of each lesson to complete the relevant page Cambridge Technical Level 3 Business
AQA GCSE Business Knowledge book (Interactive PDF)
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AQA GCSE Business Knowledge book (Interactive PDF)

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The new AQA GCSE Business Knowledge Book! The ultimate resource for knowledge retrieval for this course - completely aligned with the specification requirements. This resource includes: Knowledge workbook + answer book (interactive PDF) 54 bright, colourful pages with images to help students make links 111 areas of the spec tested A traffic light checklist for students at the bottom of each page to use as a revision resource once completed This can be used in a variety of ways, for example: Send electronically/upload for students to type in to rather than print (cost effective and environmentally friendly) Teacher can request this to be printed in an A4 or A5 booklet and hand out to class Use as homework after each lesson or take time at the end of each lesson to complete the relevant page
The Asch Study - AQA A Level Psychology (Social Influence)
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The Asch Study - AQA A Level Psychology (Social Influence)

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This lesson introduces learners to the famous Asch experiment and we start by carrying out the experiment in class as a starter (instructions at the start). After carrying out the study, students can watch the study in action while getting the key information down on aims, method, results and conclusions. We then look at Asch’s extended study which was done 4 years later by Asch on variations that can affect conformity such as group size, unanimity and task difficulty. Some questions to consolidate learning through MCQs and true or false before we look at evaluating Asch’s study. A 4 mark exam style question for students to attempt, model answer provided to compare answers before finishing with a debate and box plenary. Colourful, concise and engaging slides! Please visit mrzeesresources.com and have a browse for the highest quality resources and latest updates. Thank you
[SAMPLE] Edexcel A Level Business Paper 3 2023 - Car market
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[SAMPLE] Edexcel A Level Business Paper 3 2023 - Car market

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PAPER 3 MOCK ASSESSMENT FOR SUMMER 2023 - UK CAR MARKET This is a sample, the complete assessment resource will include at least: A 2 hour/100 mark assessment in exam style and standard 8 extracts in the new source booklet format to replicate the real exam experience A full mark scheme Interactive PDF and standard version so it can be completed digitally or printed out Relevant and recent case studies based on the pre-release context - UK car market and businesses operating in this market Written by an experienced examiner for Edexcel A Level Business PLUS MORE Best wishes for the new year!