Fully updated for the new AS and A2 specifications, Friday Afternoon Business Studies 2nd edition is packed with new fun and engaging revision activities. The activities have been chosen to allow students to apply their knowledge using a variety of learning styles, and to review and reinforce their understanding of key terms and concepts. The numerous additions for this second edition include new talk about and jigsaw games plus a host of popular games like bingo, dominoes, crosswords and card games. The weakest link activity asks students to eliminate unsuitable sources of finance whilst the group based critical path activity provides an active outdoor activity for students. Human ranking gets students up and about in the classroom to really help cement balance sheets and profit and loss accounts. These enjoyable activities make revision exercises fun and can be used at any point within a lesson. The pack is fully photocopiable and once the teacher has a set of cards prepared they can be used over and over with all groups, bringing variety and fun to any revision session. The free CD also includes all the content from the pack plus Powerpoint files for front of class teaching. Also included in the pack: a specification matching chart to allow easy integration into any course, answers, suggested timings and teaching notes.
Fully updated for the new specifications, and a matching chart includedBrand new activities for individual, paired, group or whole class useProvides a range of enjoyable and engaging activities to develop learning styles and reinforce knowledge and understanding of key conceptsActivities can be used flexibly in revision sessions or throughout the course
Table of Contents:
Starting and managing a businessMarketingFinancePeopleOperationsBusiness environment and change
About the Author(s):
Mark Mitchell teaches at Greenhead College in Huddersfield. As well as conceiving and editing the Friday Afternoon series for Philip Allan Updates, Mark is involved in many national conferences for business studies teachers and students. He has written articles for Business Review magazine and teacher resource packs for Applied Business.