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Mostly A-level and GCSE Business Studies resources for Edexcel.

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Mostly A-level and GCSE Business Studies resources for Edexcel.
Goods / Services and needs / wants flash cards sort activity
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Goods / Services and needs / wants flash cards sort activity

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Perfect for introduction to GCSE Business Education. Flashcards for students to sort with product examples to sort into Goods and Services, and then can be used for a secondary activity of Needs and Wants. Multicultural examples, with Open Dyslexia font, which helps students with Dyslexia read the examples. I’d recommend printing in colour and laminating so they can be used again. Credit for images goes to image owner.
1.2.5 Income elasticity of demand Business A-level  lesson: Presentation, Lesson plan & worksheets
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1.2.5 Income elasticity of demand Business A-level lesson: Presentation, Lesson plan & worksheets

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1.2.5 Income elasticity of demand Business A-level lesson: Presentation, Lesson plan & worksheet for students to fill in as the lesson progresses, and also YED practice questions. Made with Edexcel topic 1.2.5 in mind for A-level syllabus in the UK. For all my resources I used the font ‘OpenDyslexic’ which is a free font to download from https://www.opendyslexic.org/ and can be installed on school computers/personal computers. It is designed to be more accessible for those with dyslexia.
1.2.4 Edexcel Business Education Price elasticity of demand whole lesson A-level
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1.2.4 Edexcel Business Education Price elasticity of demand whole lesson A-level

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1.2.4 Edexcel Business Education Price elasticity of demand whole lesson A-level Powerpoint presentation Worksheet for students to follow along and fill PED practice questions Lesson plan Made with Edexcel topic 1.2.4 in mind for A-level syllabus in the UK. For all my resources I used the font ‘OpenDyslexic’ which is a free font to download from https://www.opendyslexic.org/ and can be installed on school computers/personal computers. It is designed to be more accessible for those with dyslexia.