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Unit 6 - Principles of Management (BTEC Level 3 Business)
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Unit 6 - Principles of Management (BTEC Level 3 Business)

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A variety of resources to support the case study prep for the Unit 6 exam (can be transferred to all case studies Also included a case study analysis for Lilidays Centre (Jan 2020) 35 possible exam style questions for Jan 2020 - can be edited for other years and past papers
Edexcel GCSE Business (9-1)  3 mark chains scaffold/differentiation
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Edexcel GCSE Business (9-1) 3 mark chains scaffold/differentiation

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Theme 1 and 2 revision for 3 mark and 6 mark It is a differentiated resource that supports students with 3 and 6 mark chains. They are given key topics and questions and there are 3 chains (minimum words) given to them Helps build confidence They always have the chain sheet out in the lesson They can learn these chains and whenever they see a trigger word, they can recall the 3 chains Document is easily editable
Edexcel GCSE Business (9-1) Theme 1 and 2 Revision
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Edexcel GCSE Business (9-1) Theme 1 and 2 Revision

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Theme 1 and 2 key topics, with multiple choice tests- Revision Theme 1 and 2 pre-made flashcards (with gaps for students to complete themselves and answers for them to test themselves) Range of assessments Differentiated sheet with 3 mark chains - best for lower attaining students
GCSE Business (9-1) Theme 1 revision lessons
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GCSE Business (9-1) Theme 1 revision lessons

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There is a low stakes (Multiple choice) activity in almost every lesson There are answers (in green) for every activity This is typically for Year 11. It is the key topics that I felt needed recapping for Theme 1 It is just for revision purposes and does not cover the whole spec in detail. These resources are only effective for a review/recap and not for first time teaching. Assessments included
GCSE Business (9-1) Theme 2 revision lessons
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GCSE Business (9-1) Theme 2 revision lessons

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There is a low stakes (Multiple choice) activity in almost every lesson There are answers (in green) for every activity This is typically for the end of the spec. It is the key topics that I felt needed recapping in for Theme 2 It is just for revision purposes and does not cover the whole spec in detail. These resources are only effective for a review/recap and not for first time teaching. Assessments included
GCSE Business 9-1 Spec Check
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GCSE Business 9-1 Spec Check

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This is a revision document to support with the GCSE Business 9-1 specification There is a RAG document for students to identify their secure and gap topics They should use this alongside the spec check, which has mini questions (knowledge style) In order for their topic to be secure (green), they should be able to answer all of the knowledge questions in that box The mini questions can be used as a knowledge check/low stakes or plenary
3 mark chain sheet - differentiation (Sample)
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3 mark chain sheet - differentiation (Sample)

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Sample of Theme 1 (1.4) revision for 3 mark and 6 mark It is a differentiated resource that supports students with 3 and 6 mark chains. They are given key topics and questions and there are 3 chains (minimum words) given to them Helps build confidence They always have the chain sheet out in the lesson They can learn these chains and whenever they see a trigger word, they can recall the 3 chains Document is easily editable
BTEC Level 3 - Unit 7 (Decision Making) stucture
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BTEC Level 3 - Unit 7 (Decision Making) stucture

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Exam structure/top tips 2 copies - one including creating the financial statement, one if they don’t want to We make a decision closer to the time about whether the student should attempt the finance part. If they are taking too long to create a financial statement and their time is best spent elsewhere, they can make a tactical decision to leave it out and do some simple calculations or % changes instead