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Here's a 10 question multi-choice quiz on topics related to Business Economics.  In this 'Lockdown' format, each question has four possible answers - however, each answer is revealed one at a...

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Business Economics - 'Lockdown' activity

Here's a great activity aimed at introducing some of the key terminology and learning points required for students learning about Investment Bonds as part of their A Level or IB...

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Investment Bonds "Strong Bonds" - Economics Simulation

Here's an online resource that requires little in the way of previous knowledge and can be used to introduce some macroeconomic concepts.  As such, it may be useful as a...

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Introduction to Macroeconomics - "Prime Minister for the day" activity

This collection of 12 example essays explores how to answer synoptic essay questions in linear A Level Economics exams.

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Synoptic Example Essays (Volume 1) for A Level Economics

This activity allows players to see two experiments that have been undertaken when researching aspects of behavioural economics. The first experiment looks at confirmation bias and how pre-determined biases impact...

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Experiments in Behavioural Economics - examples of confirmation bias and bounded rationality

This Business Cycle (or Economic Cycle) diagram has labels that are mixed up.  Drag and drop the labels into their correct position.

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The Business Cycle - "Match Up" activity

In this activity there are 6 pairs of firms belonging to markets which are oligopolistic in the UK.  Your task is to match the pairs in the smallest number of incorrect...

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Oligopoly firms - "Concentration" activity

Match up the key events of their 2008 Financial Crisis with the dates.  You only have four attempts to get all 8 events in the correct place on the timeline.  Good luck!

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UK Financial Crisis 2008 - "Timeline Match Up" activity

The countries displayed on this chart showing the relationship between GDP per head and Migration have been mixed up.  Simply drag and drop to match the country with its correct...

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GDP vs Migration - "Chart Match Up" Activity

This learning activity, called 'Index Challenge' is aimed at introducing the concept of index numbers and showing how they can be calculated.

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Index Challenge - Numeracy & Literacy Activity for Economics

Here's a great starter activity to get students engaged with key terms related to inflation. Each key word chop features eight, chopped-up terms. Simply work out which bits go together...

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Inflation "Key Word Chop" Activity

Here's a great starter activity to get students engaged with key terms related to international economics. Each key word chop features eight, chopped-up terms. Simply work out which bits go...

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International Economics "Key Word Chop" Activity

Here's a great starter activity to get students engaged with key terms related to economic growth. Each key word chop features eight, chopped-up terms. Simply work out which bits go...

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Economic Growth "Key Word Chop" Activity

Here's a great starter activity to get students engaged with key terms related to unemployment. Each key word chop features eight, chopped-up terms. Simply work out which bits go together...

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Unemployment "Key Word Chop" Activity

Here's a great starter activity to get students engaged with key terms related to aggregate demand. Each key word chop features eight, chopped-up terms. Simply work out which bits go...

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Aggregate Demand "Key Word Chop" Activity

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