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Income Statement

Income Statement

Understanding Income Statement   Income statement (US English) also known as Profit and Loss Account (UK English) which helps investors and creditors determine the past financial performance of the enterprise, predict future performance, and assess the capability of generating future cash flows through report of the income and expenses. From my experience in teaching this topic, students often confuse with the format of Trading Account, Profit & Loss Account and Income Statement. I always tell my students that the
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Lesson Evaluation

Lesson evaluation

Lesson evaluation should be a balance between the quality of teaching, quality of learning and the implications for your next lesson. From my previous online learning from the CIE (Cambridge International Examination), here are the tips I would like to share with you: Quality of Your Teaching Consider the effectiveness of your: Planning; Teaching methods and classroom management; Use of teaching time, resources including ICT; Use of assessment to inform planning Subject Knowledge Identify the subject knowledge required for
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Finance Department

Finance department, IGCSE Business Studies

In this chapter: Financial Information & Financial Decision, we will start by introducing the roles of Finance Department to student. For a start, I don’t teach them how to read business accounts, because I know they don’t like that. I try to make my lessons more fun by sharing my past experiences working in a bank. Then, slowly relate to them what is Finance Department. It is good that we share industrial experience rather than read and share from
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PowerPoint Trends For 2015

Business objectives, IGCSE business Studies revision notes, IGCSE business studies, GCSE business studies

  I personally still like to use PowerPoint Presentation for my lesson. Do you know there’s a change of font trend nowadays? We use a lot of simple background colour but with solid and striking fonts. The background pictures are mostly coloured photographs. PowerPoint Font Trends For 2015: You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Whiteboards Stimulate Student Learning

Whiteboard, Class discussion, Group work

The Amazing Whiteboards Story! I have heard many educators suggesting that using whiteboards in the class can be fun! I really don’t have that confidence to agree with it until I personally try it in one of my classes this week. So, what’s the result? You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us