A levels Economics A (2015)
Planning and delivery
Whether you’re getting to grips with the changes, planning your course or just need suggested resources, we’ll be there to help you plan and deliver the new 2015 AS and A level in Economics A specifications.
Getting started guide
Our Getting Started Guide provides an overview of the new AS and A level specifications to help you get to grips with the changes to content and assessment, and to help you understand what these changes mean for you and your students. The guide includes suggested teaching and learning approaches for each theme in the specifications.
These editable course planners can be adapted to fit your timetabling and staffing arrangements. There is a thematic course planner which broadly follows the order in which content is set out in the specification and is designed to support those planning to co-teach AS and A level. The integrated course planner is a suggested approach for those intending not to co-teach the AS level qualification.
Whether you’re thinking of staying with or switching to Pearson Edexcel for the 2015 AS and A level Economics A specifications, our Specification Mapping document is an easy reference guide to help you identify key comparisons and differences between the 2008 and 2015 specifications for Edexcel, AQA and OCR.
Scheme of work
Some suggested resources, activities and teaching points are included in the editable scheme of work to support you in planning to teach the new course.