A really simple introduction to job design and Hackman and Oldham’s Model
There is a slide that can be printed on A3 for students to research and fill
Final slide is also a table for students to fill to understand Hackman and Oldham’s Model (Can also be homework)
A good one hour lesson that is quite simple and straightforward
This presentation comes with a worksheet which I would recommend you print on A3 double sided with the mind maps.
Students are then required to research and fill in the worksheet and create 2 mind maps for internal and external influences on HR objectives. Good for lesson 1
Lesson 2 starter is quite fun and they simply need to think of words for each letter of the alphabet that links to business
The second task for lesson 2 is a review of soft/hard HR and students get in to pairs to debate which is better and then get students on their feet to have a bit of a group discussion and conclude which they prefer. A good way to practice AO3 and AO4
We then go over internal and external influences
*The spec outlines focus on ethical and environmental so I have created group tasks where they can discuss some statements I have made up. A good 10 minute plenary
This is ideal for learning about aims, objectives and an introduction to profit, costs and revenue.
AQA AS-Level 3.1.1 related
I would recommend doing a couple of profit related questions to further understanding.
To differentiate, you could semi fill in some of the ownership type worksheets and add extension questions.
Simply fill in the ownership worksheets via research
There is also a keyword sheet. Take the definitions out and they can fill this in for homework.
There is also a research task sheet where you can get students to pair up, create resources to deliver to the rest of the class. Print the task sheet, cut up and give to each pair/group.
This set should last you 4-5 hours of lesson time.
Worksheets are really easy to differentiate. You can add or takeaway boxes or pre-fill some of them. Maybe add an advantage and disadvantage for weaker pupils.
These worksheets are brilliant and can be suitable for all levels and I love teaching this topic.
For Franchise and Social Enterprise there are alternative tasks as the worksheets become very repetitive but still great and they are all differentiated tasks.
I appreciate your thoughts and feedback and would be happy to make changes/improvements.