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    • Edexcel GCSE 2009 Business Studies (Full Course) Unit 3: Building a Business Editable scheme of work We are happy to Detailed help on provide this scheme resources of work for you to amend and adapt to Week by suit your teaching week content purposes. coverage We hope you find Exemplar this useful. activities Learning outcome
    • Practical support to help you deliver this Edexcel specification Scheme of work This scheme of work has been produced to help you implement this Edexcel specification. It is offered as an example of one possible model that you should feel free to adapt to meet your needs and is not intended to be in any way prescriptive. It is in editable word format to make adaptation as easy as possible. Other course planning support You will find other support for planning the course in the Teacher’s Guide. This is a free downloadable resource that you can access at www.edexcel.com/gcse2009 Teaching resource exemplars The scheme of work contains suggestions for resources that you can use to support your teaching. These are suggestions only of material you may find useful and you are encouraged to use a wide range of resources that suit the needs of your students. Other Edexcel teaching resources Pearson Education produce a wide range their own teaching resources including: • Student books — full colour textbooks matched to the specification • ActiveTeach — digital teaching resources on one easy to use CD ROM. You’ll find details of all of these at www.edexcel.com/gcse2009 We are also working with a range of publishers to support you, textbooks have been produced to support this subject by Hodder Education, Heinemann Educational Publishing and Collins Education. Edexcel Subject Advisors Edexcel has a team of specialist subject advisors available to help you with implementation of this specification. You can contact them by email. Email: BusinessSubjectAdvisor@edexcelexperts.co.uk Edexcel additional support • Ask the Expert — puts you in direct email contact with over 200 of our senior subject experts • Edexcel’s community — these message boards are designed to enable you to access peer-to-peer support from fellow Edexcel teaching and delivery staff in schools and colleges.
    • Edexcel GCSE Business Studies (Full Course) Unit 3: Building a Business Edexcel scheme of work Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 1 Topic 3.1 Marketing • To understand that marketing • Students undertake an introductory activity • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies involves anticipating, from the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Business, The meaning of the term ‘marketing’? understanding and satisfying Student Book Building a Business in order to Chapter 1. customer needs at a profit. discuss marketing issues. • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach CD. • Students look at a case study in the Edexcel • Biz/ed Network is a free social networking GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a site for teachers to share resources, upload Business to explain and assess market files and video clips, take part in research issues in a safari park. discussion, submit and comment on blogs, • Students take part in an interactive activity and create and edit wikis. New resources from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach to are constantly being added. For activities understand the stages of market research. and case studies on marketing issues see www.bized.co.uk/educators/ Market research • To understand the nature of • Students investigate market research resources 16-19/business/marketing/presentation/ market research, the difference on www.bized.co.uk. research_map.htm between qualitative and • Students research case studies covering a quantitative research and how • www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines variety of market research issues. such research can be used to s/marketing/presentation/ inform the marketing mix. research.ppt • www.bized.co.uk/educators/ 16-19/business/marketing/activity/ research.htm • For a related case study, see Business Case Studies for GCSE Business Studies by Hancock M (Pearson, 2007), Case Study 14: Market Research. • For related information see Edexcel GCSE Student Book Applied Business by Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and Richards C (Pearson, 2009), Unit 3.1 pages 126–9. Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 1
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 2 Topic 3.1 Marketing • To understand the difference • Students look at a case study in the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies between product trial and repeat GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Product trial and repeat purchase purchase. Business for examining and evaluating Chapter 2. methods of encouraging product trial and • To understand the purpose of • See Edexcel GCSE Business Studies repeat purchases. both. ActiveTeach CD. • Students take part in an interactive activity • Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies Email from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach to Support Service): September 2005 — The consider the key issues in repeat purchasing. iPod. • Students research case studies examining • 4 Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies product trial and repeat purchases. Email Support Service): May 2006 — Launch of the crème egg bar. 3/4 Topic 3.1 Marketing • To understand the principles • Students look at a case study in the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies behind the PLC; to recognise and GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Product life cycle explain the different stages of the Business on explaining the nature of the Chapter 3. PLC using different contexts. product life cycle of Bisto and evaluating its • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach CD. position on the Boston Matrix. • To understand the meaning of the • For presentation materials on product life term product portfolio. • Students take part in interactive questions on cycles and the Boston Matrix see product life cycle using the PLC diagram from • To understand the role of the www.bized.co.uk/educators/ Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach. Boston matrix in analysing product 16-19/business/marketing/presentation/ portfolio. • Teacher and students discuss the PLC of the portfolio.ppt and www.bized.co.uk/ mini using animations from Edexcel GCSE educators/16-19/business/marketing/ • To understand the links between Business ActiveTeach. activity/portfolio.htm the use of the Boston Matrix and the PLC. • Teacher gives a presentation on product life • For more on product life cycles see cycles and the Boston Matrix — can be edited Business Active: Volume 2 Number 2, to suit. January 2007. 2 Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of Work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 5 Topic 3.1 Marketing • Understand the meaning of the • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies term ‘brand’. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Branding and differentiation Business for explaining the use of branding on Chapter 4. • To understand the role and the mobile phone market, including the iPhone importance of brands to different • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach and evaluating possible reactions of businesses (not just the high CD. competitors. priced brands!). • For JVC branding see • Students take part in an interactive activity www.bized.co.uk/cgi- from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on bin/chron/typein/typein.pl?itn=3076 assessing the nature of generic products, brands and own brands. • Teacher and students discuss branding of JVC products using video. • Students investigate podcast and interactive questions on branding. 6/7 Topic 3.1 Marketing • To understand the role of • Students look at case study analysing and • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies balancing the ‘4Ps’ in managing evaluating the marketing mix of KFC. Student Book Building a Business, Building a successful marketing mix the marketing mix in a range of Chapter 5. • Students take part in an interactive activity contexts. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach evaluating the marketing mix of a low calorie CD. drink. • For material on marketing mix see • Teacher presents animation of pricing in the www.bized.co.uk/cgi- music industry from Edexcel GCSE Business bin/chron/typein/typein.pl?itn=2979 ActiveTeach. • For relevant case studies, see Business • Students study video of an effective promotion Case Studies for GCSE Business Studies by used by Innocent (fresh drinks manufacturer) Hancock M (Pearson, 2007) — Case Studies from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach. 16–20. • Students study video illustrating the • See Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies distribution by Nichols plc (soft drinks Email Support Service): September 2005 — manufacturer) from Edexcel GCSE Business The iPod. ActiveTeach. • See Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies • Students investigate podcast and interactive Email Support Service): September 2006 — questions on the marketing mix. Heelys. • Students look at marketing mix case studies. Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 3
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 8/9 Topic 3.2 Meeting customer needs • The role and importance of design • Students look at case study in the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies in differentiation. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Design and research development Business on the Routemaster bus, explaining Chapter 6. • To understand how scientific the effects of design and evaluating whether principles can be applied to • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach changes to the design would be effective. research to help in the CD. development of new products. • Teacher and students undertake introductory • For relevant case studies, see Business discussion on Apple meeting customer needs Case Studies for GCSE Business Studies by from information in the Edexcel GCSE Business Hancock M (Pearson, 2007) — Case Study Studies Student Book Building a Business. 23, Nomique Ltd. • Students take part in an interactive activity from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach examining design features that have been attractive to customers. • Students investigate case studies on design features and research development. 10/11 Topic 3.2 Meeting customer needs • To understand traditional bar gate • Students look at case study in the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies stock graphs. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Managing stock and quality Business on examining and evaluating stock Chapter 7. • To understand the costs and control of a business that buys in metal benefits of using JIT systems of • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies sheets. stock control and where such Student Book Building a Business, systems might be appropriate (and • Students look at case study in the Edexcel Chapter 8. where not!). GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach CD Business on examining and evaluating quality • To understand the difference (Chapter 7). assurance at a business that provides guard between quality control and a services. • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach CD culture of quality assurance in (Chapter 8). business. • Students take part in an interactive activity from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • For material on quality control see • To appreciate the importance of investigating a stock control graph. www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busine quality as a means of ss/production/activity/qualcontrol.htm differentiation and source of • Students take part in an interactive activity and www.bized.co.uk/cgi- competitive advantage. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on bin/chron/typein/typein.pl?itn=3321 investigating the advantages and disadvantages of a quality assurance system. • See Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies Email Support Service): September 2006 — • Students undertake activity on quality control. From Drought to Flood. • Students investigate podcast and interactive • For relevant case studies, see Business questions on quality. Case Studies for GCSE Business Studies by • Students look at case studies on stock control Hancock M (Pearson, 2007) — Case and quality. Study 25, Responsive Designs. 4 Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of Work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 12 Topic 3.2 Meeting customer needs • To understand the meaning of the • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies term ‘productivity’. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Cost effective operations and Business on analysing and evaluating cost Chapter 9. competitiveness • To understand how increasing cutting methods at a container loading productivity helps a business to • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach business. improve competitiveness. CD. • Students take part in an interactive activity • For material on productivity see from the Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach www.bized.co.uk/cgi- on investigating the effects of changes in bin/chron/typein/typein.pl?itn=2922 business practice costs and productivity. • Students investigate podcast and interactive questions on productivity. 13 Topic 3.2 Meeting customer needs • To understand the meaning of the • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies term ‘customer service’. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Effective customer service Business on assessing and evaluating customer Chapter 10. • To understand the benefits of service at a hotel. providing high levels of customer • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach service and the costs of poor • Students take part in an interactive activity CD. customer service. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • For rules on customer service see investigating what might lead to good or bad sbinfocanada.about.com/od/ customer service. customerservice/a/custservrules.htm • Students investigate the eight rules for good • For short scenario on customer service customer service. manager see www.teamtechnology.co.uk/ • Teacher presents a short scenario based on an customer-service.html individual having been promoted to being a • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE customer service manager who inherits a team Student Book Applied Business by that does not provide good customer service. Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and • Students look at case studies on effective Richards C (Pearson, 2009), pages 50–5 and customer service. 124–7. Consumer protection laws • To have a brief outline of the • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies main customer protection laws. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Business on examining and evaluating the Chapter 11. effects of consumer legislation on businesses. • See Edexcel GCSE Business • Students take part in an interactive activity ActiveTeach CD. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE investigating how laws might affect a business. Student Book Applied Business by • Students look at case studies on consumer Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and protection laws. Richards C (Pearson, 2009), Unit 3.2 pages 154–7. Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 5
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 14 Topic 3.3 Effective financial • To understand the main aspects of • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies management financial management, such as GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, credit terms, de-stocking as a Business on explaining and evaluating cash Chapter 12 Cash flow means of managing cash flow flow at a restaurant. • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach more effectively. • Teacher and students undertake introductory CD. • To understand and analyse ways discussion on the financial management of a • For material on cash flow see of increasing cash inflows and business operating children’s play areas. www.bized.co.uk/cgi- reducing cash outflows and the • Students take part in an interactive activity bin/chron/typein/typein.pl?itn=3242 effect on cash flow positions in a from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on variety of contexts. • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE investigating how changes in a business might Student Book Applied Business by affect its cash flow. Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and • Students investigate podcast and interactive Richards C (Pearson, 2009), Unit 4 pages questions on cash flow. 182–95. • Students look at case studies on improving cash flow. 15 Topic 3.3 Effective financial • To understand how increasing • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies management revenues and reducing costs helps GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, to increase profit. Business on explaining and evaluating profit Chapter 13. How to improve profit at a nightclub. • To understand the impact of both • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach changing prices and influencing • Students take part in an interactive activity CD. costs on profit. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on investigating how changes in revenues and costs might affect its profit. • Students investigate revenue and costs spreadsheets from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach. 6 Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of Work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 16 Topic 3.3 Effective financial • To understand the role and • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies management purpose of break-even analysis. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Business on explaining and evaluating break- Chapter 14. Break-even analysis • To be able to draw and interpret even at a bakery. break-even charts. • See Edexcel GCSE Business • Students take part in an interactive activity ActiveTeach CD. • To understand how break-even from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on points change when prices and/or • For material on breaking even see investigating a break-even chart. costs change. www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines • Students investigate break-even spreadsheets. s/accounting/lesson/profitloss2.htm and www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines • Teacher presents animation showing how s/accounting/presentation/ changes affect break-even graphs at a box breakeven.ppt making business. • For relevant case studies see Business Case • Students undertake activity on profits and Studies for GCSE Business Studies by losses incorporating break-even. Hancock M (Pearson, 2007) — Case Study • Teacher gives presentation on break-even 27, Reggae Reggae Sauce. analysis — can be edited to suit. • See Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies • Students look at case studies on break-even. Email Support Service): October 2005 — Break-Even Test. • See Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies Email Support Service): October 2005 — Break-Even Exercise and Ho Li Takeaway. • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE Student Book Applied Business by Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and Richards C (Pearson, 2009), Unit 4.3 pages 208–17. Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 7
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 17 Topic 3.3 Effective financial • To understand the main ways in • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies management which businesses finance growth. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Business on explaining and evaluating suitable Chapter 15. Financing Growth • To be able to distinguish between sources of finance at a mobile phone company. • See Edexcel GCSE Business the different internal and external sources of finance and be able to • Students take part in an interactive activity ActiveTeach CD. relate these to different contexts. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • For case studies on appropriate finance see investigating sources of finance. www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines • Teacher presents series of cases where s/accounting/activity/ students have to decide and justify what sort sourcefinance.htm of finance would be appropriate. • For finance mind map see • Students investigate sources of finance mind www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines map. s/accounting/presentation/ sourcefinance_map.htm • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE Student Book Applied Business by Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and Richards C (Pearson, 2009), Unit 4, pages 218–25. 18 Topic 3.4 Effective people • To understand the main types of • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies management organisational structures used in GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, business and their purpose. Business on explaining and evaluating the Chapter 16. Organisational structures organisational structure of a newspaper • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach company. CD. • Teacher and students undertake introductory • For material on organisational structures discussion on how a car hire business manages see its human resources. www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines • Students take part in an interactive activity s/strzategy/presentation/busorg.ppt and from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines examining organisational charts. s/strategy/presentation/orgfunctions1.ppt and • Teacher shows video investigating the www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines organisational structure of Fitzgerald Lighting, s/strategy/presentation/ a lighting manufacturer. orgstructures.ppt • Teacher gives presentations on organisational • See Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies structures — can be edited to suit. Email Support Service): February 2006 — • Students look at case studies on organisational Hierarchy and Communications. structures. • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE Student Book Applied Business by Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and 8 Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of Work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions Richards C (Pearson, 2009), pages 28–31. Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 9
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 19 Topic 3.4 Effective people • To understand the meaning of the • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies management term ‘motivation’. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Business on explaining and evaluating Chapter 17. Motivation theory • To understand the importance of motivation at a national chain of shoe shops. managing motivation in the • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach workplace. • Students take part in an interactive activity on CD. Maslow from Edexcel GCSE Business • To understand Maslow’s hierarchy • For relevant case studies see Business Case ActiveTeach. of needs and its application to Studies for GCSE Business Studies by motivation in the workforce. • Students look at case study on motivation. Hancock M (Pearson, 2007) — Case Study 34, Saga Group. • To understand that motivation • Students investigate podcast and interactive also comes from within and that questions on motivation and happiness. • For material on motivation and happiness ‘happiness’ at work is an see www.bized.co.uk/cgi- • Students undertake activity based on Maslow. important source of motivation. bin/chron/typein/typein.pl?itn=2848 • For material on Maslow see www.bized.co.uk/educators/level2/ people/activity/people24.htm 20 Topic 3.4 Effective people • To understand the purpose of • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies management communication in a business GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, context. Business on explaining and evaluating Chapter 18. Communication communication in a call centre. • To understand the main barriers • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach to communication. • Students take part in an interactive activity CD. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • To appreciate the costs and • See Edexcel eBus (GCSE Business Studies types of communication. benefits to a business of Email Support Service): February 2006 — good/poor communication in • Teacher presents video investigating Hierarchy and Communications. different contexts. communication at Office Angels, a recruitment • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE agency. Student Book Applied Business by • Students look at case studies on Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and communication. Richards C (Pearson, 2009), Communication between functional areas, • Students undertake activity on organisational pages 40–5. structures and communication. • For material on organisational structures and communication see www.bized.co.uk/ educators/16-19/business/strategy/lesson/ orgcomms.htm 10 Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of Work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 21 Topic 3.4 Effective people • To understand the main payment • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies management systems in use in businesses. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Business on explaining and evaluating Chapter 19. Remuneration • To understand the costs and remuneration of lorry drivers benefits to businesses and • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach employees of these different • Students take part in an interactive activity CD. systems. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • For relevant case studies see Business Case types of remuneration. Studies for GCSE Business Studies by • Students look at case study on remuneration. Hancock M (Pearson, 2007) — Case Study 37, Alton Towers. • Students investigate podcast and interactive questions on pay and motivation. • For material on pay and motivation see www.bized.co.uk/cgi- bin/chron/typein/typein.pl?itn=3106 22 Topic 3.5 The wider world affecting • To understand the meaning of the • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies business term ‘business ethics’. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Business on explaining and evaluating ethics Chapter 19 Ethics in business • To understand the complexity of at Nike. moral issues in business using a • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach variety of different contexts. • Teacher and students undertake introductory CD. discussion on how an oil business is affected by • To understand the concept of • For material on Coca Cola see the wider world. trade-offs and how this applies to www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines ethics and profit. • Students take part in an interactive activity s/external/activity/ethics.htm from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • To understand the role of pressure • For material on pressure groups see the advantages and problems of taking an groups in influencing business www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines ethical approach for business. decision making. s/external/activity/pressure1.htm • Students undertake activity on Coca Cola. • For related information, see Business • Students undertake activity on pressure Active, Volume 1 Number 2. January 2006. groups. 23/24 Topic 3.5 The wider world affecting • To understand that business • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies business activity has different impacts on GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, the environment. Business on explaining and evaluating Chapter 21. Environmental issues environmental issues arising from the • To be able to understand the • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach operations of an electricity generating difference between short-term CD. business. and long-term environmental • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE effects on the environment. • Students take part in an interactive activity Student Book Applied Business by from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and environmental problems and solutions. Richards C (Pearson, 2009), pages 26–7 and • Students look at case studies on environmental Environmental Constraints, pages 174–7. issues. Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 11
    • Week Content coverage/ Learning outcomes Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions 25/26 Topic 3.5 The wider world affecting • To understand the concept of • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies business income distribution. GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, Business on explaining and evaluating issues Chapter 22. Economic issues affecting • To understand the difference affecting international trade in shoes. international trade between an export subsidy and • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach import protection. • Students take part in an interactive activity CD. from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • For material on international business see the effects on internal trade of tariffs, quotas www.bized.co.uk/educators/level2/intern etc. ational/lesson/business1.htm and • Students investigate resources on international www.bized.co.uk/educators/level2/intern business. ational/lesson/business2.htm 27/28 Topic 3.5 The wider world affecting • To understand the role of • Students look at case study from the Edexcel • See the Edexcel GCSE Business Studies business government and the EU in GCSE Business Studies Student Book Building a Student Book Building a Business, regulating and controlling business Business on explaining and evaluating the Chapter 23. The impact of government and the EU activity. effect on UK businesses of the EU. on business • See Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach • To understand the meaning of the • Students take part in an interactive activity CD. term ‘regulation’ and ‘legislation’ from Edexcel GCSE Business ActiveTeach on • For material on the EU see as it applies to business. the effect of regulation on businesses. www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines • To appreciate the main ways in • Teacher presents animation investigating the s/external/lesson/euenviron.htm and which government and the EU effect of the EU on McBride, a manufacturer of www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines affects business — regulation, soaps, shampoo and other cleaning products. s/external/presentation/euenviron.ppt taxation and legislation. • Teacher gives presentations and students • For material on regulation see • To be able to appreciate the undertake activities on the role of the EU — www.bized.co.uk/educators/16-19/busines impact of these on business these can be edited as appropriate. s/external/presentation/regulation.ppt activity in a variety of contexts. • Teacher gives presentation on regulation. • For related case studies see Edexcel GCSE Student Book Applied Business by • Students look at case studies on the EU. Carysforth C, Dransfield R, Neild M and Richards C (Pearson, 2009), Employees — their rights and responsibilities, pages 56–9 and The role of government, pages 172–3. 12 Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of Work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • This grid is for you to create your own scheme of work if needed. Week Content coverage/ Learning Exemplar activities Exemplar resources key questions outcomes 2782rl300609S:LTPDScheme of work (Phase 2)Business Studies FC Unit 3 Building a Business SOW.doc.1-15/1 Edexcel GCSE in Business Studies (Full Course) — Unit 3: Building a Business Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 13