I use this economics quiz in my introductory lesson with A level students to break the ice and prepare them for the year ahead!
It contains** 40 questions** split into 4 rounds:
Round 1 Numbers;
Round 2 Multiple Choice;
Round 3 Pictures;
Round 4 General (Economic) Knowledge
This PowerPoint presentation **(63 SLIDES) **is suitable for introductory A level economics. It covers topics including; The Fundamental Economic Problem, Opportunity Cost, PPFs, Specialisation and Division of Labour.
**110 Slides! **
This highly detailed Power Point presentation will last you weeks!
It introduces the components of Aggregate Demand and discusses factors which affect each component. It then introduces the shapes of both the AD and AS curve and factors which will causes each to shift. Exercises and model answers to Past Paper questions are included within the power Point.
A level economics Government Intervention to correct Market Failure. This powerpoint presentation covers:
Minimum and Maximum prices
As forms of correcting a market failure
This power point presentation recaps the basics of fiscal policy, discusses government bonds, structural v cyclical deficits, automatic v discretionary fiscal policy, and the consequences of rising national debt piles.
This comprehensive Power Point presentation (60 SLIDES) is suitable for introductory A level economics. It covers topics including;
Price Elasticity of Demand
The relationship between Price Elasticity of demand and revenue
Price Elasticity of Demand and the incidence of tax
Income elasticity of demand
Cross price elasticity of demand
Price elasticity of supply
It also includes exercises that can be done in class.
This comprehensive Power Point presentation (73 SLIDES) covers:
Backward bending labour supply curve
Elasticity of labour supply and demand
Causes of wage differentials
This comprehensive (93 SLIDES) Power Point on Market Failure covers the following topics:
The Price mechanism
Merit and Demerit goods
Absence of property rights
This detailed power point presentation (112 SLIDES) covers;
Measures of inflation (including exercises on Index numbers)
Causes of inflation (including quantity theory of money)
Consequences of inflation
Solutions to inflation
This Power Point presentation (86 SLIDES) covers the 4 main macroeconomic objectives; Economic Growth, Low inflation, Low unemployment, and Balance of Payments. I use it with first year A level students to introduce the basics of each objective.