AQA A Level business
Complete 2 year teaching bundle
If you are teaching the AQA A Level Business syllabus this year, and you need a complete pack of ready lessons, then this bundle is for you:
43 PowerPoint lessons with 43 worksheets for the students to follow along.
Worksheets build into comprehensive and very organised notes for the entire course, ideal for students to revise from.
Each and every topic in the two year AQA A Level Business course is here, with lots of student examples, questions, activities, all the theory and case studies which are up-to-date and relatable.
The lessons include starters, plenaries and a glossary, so you won't need to spend your department budget on other resources.
Imagine the time that you can save by having these already prepared.
Contents of this resources bundle:
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Everything to help your students pass:
Paper 1 : Business 1
Paper 2 : Business 2
Paper 3 : Business 3
3.1.1 Understanding the nature and purpose of business
3.1.2 Understanding different business forms
3.1.3 Understanding that businesses operate within an external environment
3.2.1 Understanding management, leadership and decision making
3.2.2 Understanding management decision making
3.2.3 Understanding the role and importance of stakeholders
3.3.1 Setting marketing objectives
3.3.2 Understanding markets and customers
3.3.3 Making marketing decisions: segmentation, targeting, positioning
3.3.4 Making marketing decisions: using the marketing mix
3.4.1 Setting operational objectives
3.4.2 Analysing operational performance
3.4.3 Making operational decisions to improve performance: increasing efficiency and productivity
3.4.4 Making operational decisions to improve performance: improving quality
3.4.5 Making operational decisions to improve performance: managing inventory and supply chains
3.5.1 Setting financial objectives
3.5.2 Analysing financial performance
3.5.3 Making financial decisions: sources of finance
3.5.4 Making financial decisions: improving cash flow and profits
3.6.1 Setting human resource objectives
3.6.2 Analysing human resource performance
3.6.3 Making human resource decisions: improving organisational design and managing the human resource flow
3.6.4 Making human resource decisions: improving motivation and engagement
3.6.5 Making human resource decisions: improving employer-employee relations
3.7.1 Mission, corporate objectives and strategy
3.7.2 Analysing the existing internal position of a business to assess strengths and weaknesses: financial ratio analysis
3.7.3 Analysing the existing internal position of a business to assess strengths and weaknesses: overall performance
3.7.4 Analysing the external environment to assess opportunities and threats: political and legal change
3.7.5 Analysing the external environment to assess opportunities and threats: economic change
3.7.6 Analysing the external environment to assess opportunities and threats: social and technological
3.7.7 Analysing the external environment to assess opportunities and threats: the competitive environment
3.7.8 Analysing strategic options: investment appraisal
3.8.1 Strategic direction: choosing which markets to compete in and what products to offer
3.8.2 Strategic positioning: choosing how to compete
3.9.1 Assessing a change in scale
3.9.2 Assessing innovation
3.9.3 Assessing internationalisation
3.9.4 Assessing greater use of digital technology
3.10.1 Managing change
3.10.2 Managing organisational culture
3.10.3 Managing strategic implementation
3.10.4 Problems with strategy and why strategies fail