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This detailed lesson looks at both positive and negative externalities and how they can lead to market failure. The lesson includes lots of detailed theory, examples, videos, diagrams and tasks. Lesson Aim: Students will understand what both positive and negative externalities are and how they can
This lesson looks at production possibility curves (PPC) and how they show opportunity costs. The lesson includes lots of examples, diagrams and tasks to really help explain this topic. The lesson includes numerous video clips to help consolidate the learning. I have included a group task to make th
A great lesson on teaching four of the main leadership styles in the world of business. There is clear theory on the importance of a good leader and how that can influence how businesses and companies are run. There is detailed theory on the pros and cons of demographic, autocratic, paternalistic an
This bumper lesson covers everything students need to know about franchises. This PPT includes a description of franchises, there pros and cons and includes various tasks throughout. The lesson also includes relevant examples of business franchises and links to some great videos. The lesson also loo
A nice lesson on the product life cycle. Numerous tasks throughout and key theory on the main stages of the product life cycle and up to date examples of products for each stage. The lesson also looks at various extension strategies and how they can impact the product life cycle. I have focused on p
This lesson looks at how poverty and inequality is linked to both the earnings and poverty trap. The lesson focuses on the earnings trap, the poverty trap, the underground trap, the underground economy and the difference between equity and equality. The lesson then looks at both horizontal and verti
A nice lesson that covers the key theory of business partnerships. The resource includes a PPT that explains what a partnership is and the various pros and cons. I have also included theory on deed of partnerships and looked at how responsibilities are shared. The lesson also looks at typical busine
A bumper selection of resources to help introduce microeconomics. The PPT covers a lot of key theory for economics and how the market works. This PPT will stretch across 2-3 lessons and will give students a great foundation for the year ahead. I have also included a useful supply and demand scenario
A detailed lesson on the three economic systems. The PowerPoint looks at the key theory for the main types of economic systems; planned (controlled), mixed and free market economies. The lesson looks at the main pros and cons for each and provides relevant examples. I have also included great video
This lesson explains the clear difference between positive and normative economic statements. The lesson includes numerous examples, theory and tasks. The tasks include a positive and normative worksheet where students need to read statements and tick whether they are normative or positive (answer s
A really detailed lesson (that could easily span over 2-3 lessons) on break-even. The lesson looks at the key theory behind break-even and how it is calculated. The lesson has loads of tasks throughout and gets students to complete tables, graphs and formulas to calculate a businesses break-even poi
A nice lesson to teach operational efficiency. The lesson covers ways to improve a businesses operations. It looks at how lowering costs can impact quality. There are numerous tasks throughout the PPT and relevant examples. The tasks include worksheets on calculating labour and capital productivity.
This lesson at the difference between income and wealth and how this has a major impact on the distribution of income in the UK. The lesson aims to help students cover the following objectives: * Students will fully understand the difference between income and wealth and how it can impact inequalit
A detailed lesson looking at how resources are transformed in a business using the factors of production. The lesson looks at the four factors of production; land, labour, capital and enterprise and what it means to the operations of a business. The lesson also looks at ways a business can aim to im
A nice lesson that looks at the three ways an entrepreneur can protect their business ideas - either with a patent, trademark or copyright. There is theory on each protection method and relevant examples / new stories throughout. The lesson concludes with a nice group work task where students need t
A nice lesson that looks at the four ways entrepreneurs can generate business ideas: 1. Spotting trends and anticipating their impact 2. Identifying a market niche 3. Copying ideas from other countries 4. Taking a scientific approach The lesson covers the theory of each and includes relevant exam
A great lesson on teaching business ethics. The lesson starts with students asked to decide whether it is right that Nike uses sweatshops to increase profits - students write down their response on a post-it note and add it to the whiteboard. Students are then shown a great 20 minute documentary on
A bumper lesson on a business plans. The presentation looks at what a business plan is and how it helps a business reduce risk. The lesson covers the main pros and cons of developing a business plan and the most important headings of a business plan. There are a number of tasks throughout the lesson
A detailed lesson on sole traders. This PPT includes a description of sole traders, there pros and cons and includes various tasks throughout. The lesson carefully explains unlimited liability and how this can impact a sole trader. The lesson also looks at the various examples of typical sole trader
A nice lesson on a market research - lesson 1 of 3 of my marketing research lessons. The presentation covers market research. The lesson looks at both primary and secondary research and the pros and cons of primary research. There are a number of tasks throughout the lesson. I have also included a r
A bumper lesson that covers key financial calculations for GCSE Business Studies students. The lesson shows how to calculate revenue, fixed costs, variable costs, total costs and profit. Each section has clear questions and answers, with the PPT working alongside the worksheet attached. I have tried
A nice lesson that teaches the theory behind good customer service. The theory is backed up with good clear examples and numerous activities. This lesson looks at the main advantages of a business offering good customer service and what this could lead to. There are also links to relevant videos. I
A nice lesson that covers the three industrial sectors in a lot of detail. The lesson introduces the three sectors with relevant theory and examples and reasons why each sector may be increasing or decreasing. I have included many tasks throughout the lesson. This includes a fun traffic light style
This lesson focuses on the basic key theory of the main market structures (as listed below). The lesson includes theory, examples and tasks throughout. * Perfect competition * Monopolistic competition * Oligopoly * Duopoly * Monopoly

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