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I got so bored by my teachers at school that I vowed to try and create engaging and fun lessons that are relevant to students, that provide up to date information, designed to ensure that people improve their skills as they progress but, more importantly, give many opportunities to make learning fun in a single lesson. I hope you enjoy the materials and please leave a review.

I got so bored by my teachers at school that I vowed to try and create engaging and fun lessons that are relevant to students, that provide up to date information, designed to ensure that people improve their skills as they progress but, more importantly, give many opportunities to make learning fun in a single lesson. I hope you enjoy the materials and please leave a review.
Adaption and Innovation

Adaption and Innovation

Dyson, the Amazon Echo and Darwin...all interlinked by innovation or adaption. This lesson gives students the chance to look into the industry masters of innovation. Starting with a picture wall to raise interest, the lesson moves to the classic master of design, James Dyson. From innovation to adaption, we have a look at the development of the speaker into the world of smart technology, finishing with a chance to reinvent the crisp. Group activities and differentiated worksheets allow for all to access the resource with stretch activities for those who need that little bit more.
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Sources of Finance

Sources of Finance

Hate teaching sources of finance? Who wouldn't be interested in Exploding Kittens? This resource is for you! Using a healthy mix of activities, videos and case studies to keep your students moving through the lesson whilst learning exam techniques including focusing on calculation frameworks, word jumbles and progression with regard to explaining benefits of certain types of finance. There are stretch tasks attached and differentiation provided. I have created a full examination paper for use at the end of the unit which should provide you with unseen materials.
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Risk and Reward

Risk and Reward

Essential for the active lesson for risk. Learn from case studies including Richard Branson, Pepsi, a skateboarder who gained reward for the risk and many, many more. The pack includes a comprehensive worksheet and this should provide you with at least two lessons of materials.
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The Role of Government and the EU

The Role of Government and the EU

EU ready for a full two lesson worth of action. Some might suggest that Governments do less than your students will be doing in your lesson! Using a mixture of examination practice questions, unique case studies, a range of helpful clips, class debates and other materials, this should liven up even the darkest hours of a topic students often find quite dry. The pack includes stretch material for the most able.
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The Environment and Business Ethics

The Environment and Business Ethics

We all love our coffee and the world can’t get enough of its petrol. To be fair, we are all fueled up and ready to go…but at what cost? This resource contains the Deep Water Horizon disaster as a case study to explore the impact of business on the environment, and the world of coffee, the world’s second highest traded commodity. With plenty of inbuilt examination practice, clips (click on the pictures) and development materials for a range of abilities, this pack will easily keep the imaginations going, the tempo high and the octane levels through the roof (well…as much as you can in a classroom!).
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Adaption and Innovation

Adaption and Innovation

Dyson, the Amazon Echo and Darwin...all interlinked by innovation or adaption. This lesson gives students the chance to look into the industry masters of innovation. Starting with a picture wall to raise interest, the lesson moves to the classic master of design, James Dyson. From innovation to adaption, we have a look at the development of the speaker into the world of smart technology, finishing with a chance to reinvent the crisp. Group activities and differentiated worksheets allow for all to access the resource with stretch activities for those who need that little bit more.
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Ownership

Ownership

Ownership is a bit like dating. Some forms of ownership make perfect companions for Entrepreneurs. This tool kit looks at the world of liability and aims to get students confident in using examples to back up their recommendations. With focus on analysis and conclusions, students have a variety of activities that illustrate the main issues for Entrepreneurs based on their own personal circumstances. With suggested activities throughout, this is a comprehensive tool for Sole Traders, Partnerships and Limited Companies.
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E-Commerce and M-Commerce

E-Commerce and M-Commerce

The world is changing and business is having to adapt quickly to the fast pace of change. in this resource, packed with activities, useful clips and case studies, students get to fully appreciate the emergence of M-Commerce including payment platforms and new statistics. As always, the resource has a range of material for all abilities with stretch tasks.
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Costs and Revenues

Costs and Revenues

Ah the smell of pizza...but at what cost (apart from an expanding waistline!). This resource provides a step by step guide to the potential costs and revenues that exist in business. With resources that have been tailored to the case study, your students will not have seen the materials. There are activities which are cross-curricular using Venn Diagrams to help students identify that there are a range of costs depending on the type of business. As always, an examination master class embedded will help you push your students forward while supporting their development.
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Breakeven Bats - A walk through guide to breakeven

Breakeven Bats - A walk through guide to breakeven

Breaking bats are never good, but knowing your breakeven is! This resource sir designed to be used in two ways. Firstly, you could use it as a walking talking exercise with your group, especially if they have trouble with the concept. Secondly, it has enough scope to really stretch your group with variable changes. Use as you see fit! I have included pre-marked graph paper to help speed up your student's progress.
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Business Objectives - In the eye of the beholder

Business Objectives - In the eye of the beholder

Wind up laptops, pets and vets, toil for oil, each company will have varied and complex reasons for setting their objectives. This resource helps students to explore charitable organisations, private companies and multinationals, comparing their driving forces be it financial or non-financial. There are exercises throughout to help students understand how to gain a better answer and to find reasons for their change.
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Sources of Finance

Sources of Finance

Hate teaching sources of finance? Who wouldn't be interested in Exploding Kittens? This resource is for you! Using a healthy mix of activities, videos and case studies to keep your students moving through the lesson whilst learning exam techniques including focusing on calculation frameworks, word jumbles and progression with regard to explaining benefits of certain types of finance. There are stretch tasks attached and differentiation provided. I have created a full examination paper for use at the end of the unit which should provide you with unseen materials.
sstrowger
Risk and Reward

Risk and Reward

Essential for the active lesson for risk. Learn from case studies including Richard Branson, Pepsi, a skateboarder who gained reward for the risk and many, many more. The pack includes a comprehensive worksheet and this should provide you with at least two lessons of materials.
sstrowger
Enterprise and Customer Needs

Enterprise and Customer Needs

Made for the new 9-1 Edexcel Business course, the resource follows the classic example of Taxi Terry with a quick examination question to aid students development. The word tool allows for students to collect the relevant information prior to answering the question.
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Adding Value

Adding Value

Made specifically for the 9-1 Edexcel course, this pack takes students from looking at ways they can add value to themselves, dovetailing with PSHE, and then moving on to the glamorous world of Ferraris. The lesson ends with a brand mood board activity that can be completed for homework.
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Added Value 2

Added Value 2

Have you ever wondered why certain industries can have a range of products that seemingly sell the same goods and services but at different expectation levels? This lesson allows students to use their imagination to redesign luxury hotels and seaside Bed and Breakfasts. With the aid of two clips, students will be transported into the world of hoteliers. The aim is for students to come up with a range of goods and services that would make their imaginary business more appealing to the customer. The lesson ends with an extended writing section that follows the Edexcel marking guidelines. Videos are hyperlinked within the resource.
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