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Globalisation and deglobalisation

Diversity in Economics

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Update from Pearson regarding the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak

Globalisation and deglobalisation

Globalisation and deglobalisation

Globalisation is a topic on both the Economics A specification (in Theme 4) and the Economics B specification (in Themes 2 and 3). Has there been a move towards some deglobalisation and has the COVID pandemic affected this?

Diversity in Economics

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Update from Pearson regarding the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak

Globalisation and deglobalisation

Diversity in Economics

Diversity in Economics

The #DiscoverEconomics initiative

FT for secondary schools

Update from Pearson regarding the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak

Globalisation and deglobalisation

Diversity in Economics

FT for secondary schools

FT for secondary schools

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Find out about both free and paid-for resources to help support your teaching of Edexcel A level Economics A.

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Find out about both free and paid-for resources to help support your teaching of Edexcel A level Economics B.

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  • how examiners' reports can help you to better understand the requirements of the different command verbs.
  • the grade boundaries and the notional grade boundaries you can use for mocks.
  • the grade statistics which show the percentage of candidates achieving each grade.

 

Economics A is more traditional and uses models to a greater extent than Economics B.

Economics B comes from the Nuffield tradition which emphasizes the use of business contexts, rather than abstract models, in delivering economics concepts.

Find out about both free and paid-for resources to help support your teaching of IAL Economics.

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  • how examiners' reports can help you to better understand the requirements of the different command verbs.
  • the grade boundaries and the notional grade boundaries you can use for mocks.
  • the grade statistics which show the percentage of candidates achieving each grade.

 

Find out about both free and paid-for resources to help support your teaching of International GCSE Economics.

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Find out about:

  • how examiners' reports can help you to better understand the requirements of the different command verbs.
  • the grade boundaries and the notional grade boundaries you can use for mocks.
  • the grade statistics which show the percentage of candidates achieving each grade.

 

Useful documents

Economics A

Academic
Specification - A Level (Economics A)
pdf | 1.4 MB
Academic
Specification - A Level (Economics B)
PDF | 552.5 KB
Academic
Specification - GCSE (Economics)
pdf | 1.2 MB

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