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New Product: Year 2 Micro Notebook

Thanks so much for your patience, it's finally here!

If you have purchased the Year 1 Micro or Year 1 Macro Notebooks, do remember to use your discount code! This product is a bit more expensive because it is significantly longer and more complex in many places, but it is discounted until the end of May which should help a little.

This is pack of 59 note frames for students to fill in so you can be sure they have some form of notes and are taking information in. These work really well with videos like the EconPlusDal Year 2 Micro playlist and the Labour, Distribution of Income/Wealth and Poverty playlist.

Here is a rough walk-through of the product so you can get a decent idea of whether it would work in your classroom:

The Year 2 Micro Notebook download comes with 3 files.

* A Digital Notebook - Students can type in their answers and drag and drop pre-made elements onto a PowerPoint document (can also be used with Google Slides for those using Google Classroom), which can then be printed or submitted back to a teacher electronically if required. The worksheet itself is flattened so students can't accidentally delete questions. This option might be useful if you are distance learning

* A Printable Notebook - Great for Cover and Homework, and for those without computer access.

* A Printable Notebook with space for Additional Notes and Questions after each Topic- This might be your preferred choice if you are using for Pre-lesson Prep or Revision.

Ideal for:

* Distance Learning - perfect for the current situation

* Flipped Learning - as a way to keep track of any pre-lesson prep*Homework - for students to complete after each lesson

* Cover - distribute at the start of the year ready so that students can work through them whenever you're off. They could recap past topics or look ahead to prep for future topics

* Ongoing Revision

It contains Notes Frames for the following topics:

1. Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns

2. Fixed and Variable Costs

3. Marginal and Average Costs

4. Total Cost Curves

5. Long Run Costs and Scale

6. Economies of Scale

7. Revenue and Perfect Competition

8. Revenue and Imperfect Competition

9. Profit

10. Business Objectives

11. Barriers to Entry

11. Barriers to Entry

12. Economic Efficiency

13. Perfect Competition

14. Monopoly

15. Natural Monopoly

16. Evaluating Monopoly

17. Evaluating Competitive Markets

18. Monopolistic Competition

19. Oligopoly

20. Game Theory

21. Evaluating Oligopoly

22. Contestable Markets

23. Evaluating Contestable Markets

24. Competition Policy

25. Regulating Monopolies (1)

26. Regulating Monopolies (2)

27. Deregulation

28. Privatisation

29. Nationalisation

30. Technological Change

31. Cost Benefit Analysis

32. Utility Theory

33. Introduction to Behavioural Economics

34. Cognitive Biases

35. Behavioral Economics in Policy

36. MRP

37. Demand Curves for Labour

38. Shifts in the Demand Curve for Labour

39. Elasticity of Labour Demand Curve

40. Backward Bending Supply Curve for Labour

41. Firm and Industry Supply Curve for Labour

42. Shifts in the Supply Curve for Labour

43. Elasticity of Labour Supply Curve

44. Wage Determination in Competitive Markets

45. Wage Differentials

46. Monopsony

47. Trade Unions

48. Trade Unions in a Monopsony

49. Wage Differentials: Gender Pay Gap

50. Wage Differentials: Footballers and Teachers

51. Wage Differentials: Regional Divides

52. Wage Differentials: Ethnic Groups

53. Evaluation Wage Differentials

54. National Minimum Wage

55. Income and Wealth Inequality

56. Lorenz Curve and Gini Coefficient

57. Absolute and Relative Poverty

58. Laffer Curve

59. Policies to target Inequality


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