Friday Afternoon Business Studies GCSE Resource Resource Pack by Mark Mitchell, Anne Bennett
  

Synopsis

Friday Afternoon Business Studies GCSE Resource Resource Pack by Mark Mitchell, Anne Bennett

This resource pack provides a range of fun and engaging revision activities, allowing students to apply their knowledge using a variety of learning styles, and to reinforce their understanding of key subject areas. - Activities based on popular games including bingo, dominoes and a range of card games - The pack is fully photocopiable so can be used over and over again, and is provided in both ring binder and CD formats - Activities can be adapted for individual, paired or group work

About the Author

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. Ann Bennett is a Business Studies Subject Leader with over 15 years' experience of teaching in a range of business-related subjects at both KS4 and KS5. She is advisor on the development of business-related texts at GCSE and AS.

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains Spiral bound and CD-ROM
200 pages

Author

Mark Mitchell, Anne Bennett
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Publication date

26th March 2010

ISBN

9781444108408


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