34 superior quality A Level Economics PPTs. 16:9 ratio to fit beautifully with modern screen ratios, but will easily adjust to other screen dimensions. Packed full of diagrams, examples and easy-to-understand explanations.
These PPTs correspond to the objectives 1.1.1-1.1.5 from the current Pearson Edexcel syllabus, covering the following topics:
Thinking like an economist: the process of developing models in economics, including the need to make assumptions
The use of the ceteris paribus assumption
The inability in economics to make scientific experiments
Distinction between positive and normative economic statements
The economic problem
The factors of production and their rewards
Production possibility frontiers, including diagrams to demonstrate movements along, points inside (unemployment of resources / inefficiency), unattainable points outside, and outward shifts
The benefits of specialisation and trade, including a worked example that really brings the topic to life for students!
Can be easily complemented with any standard A Level (e.g. Anderton), IB (e.g. Tragakes) or AP (e.g. Krugman) texts for effective delivery of the unit.
Tried and tested in various learning environments (including non-native users of English) with strong results in terms of student understanding.