Cases emailed monthly – FREE!
by Ian Marcouse
Topical Economics is a monthly email subscription service that provides teachers with up to date classroom materials written by Ian Marcouse for his own students. Recent stories have included ‘Tariffs and Brexit’, ‘Global competitiveness’ and ‘Air pollution in Manchester’ plus a Year 12 revision crossword and revision exercises on supply and demand. From 2019 onwards, there will be at least 3 economics items per month – and all come with answers.
Reasons you have to get Topical Economics
Topicality – to add an extra dimension to the resources that support our teaching. Books, magazines and photocopiable packs can never be really up-to-date. This material has the latest economic data, politico-economic debates and cases from the micro world of business activity, such as takeover bids or market share data in oligopolistic markets.
Flexibility – providing the material in Word means that you can cut out a question on a topic you have not yet covered, or add in a definition or two if you think it helpful
All the material can be used as you wish, including storing it in a VLE or on a network; there are no network licences or other paperwork to be filled in
Outstanding teaching requires up-to-date resources and challenging material: Topical Economics and Topical Cases provide both
Each subscription entitles you to have materials sent directly to two email addresses, e.g. you at home and at school, or you plus another member of staff.
Ian Marcouse has been a keen case study writer for many years. He prides himself on having a good eye for a story, plus the dedication to research his material with rigour. As a former Chair of Examiners for Edexcel GCSE Business, his knowledge of GCSE standards ensures that the pitch of the questions will be appropriate – and the mark schemes in line with the new Spec.
Delivered via email, the materials will be published in Word . Whenever possible, Ian adds extra files of data, such as updated schemes of work.
Terms and conditions
Each subscription to ‘Topical Cases’ or ‘Topical Economics’ is taken out by a school or college. Staff at the institution can photocopy, tailor or network the materials as they see fit, but must not distribute, lend or sell the materials to any other school or college, or staff/students at any other school or college. Occasionally we will send you advertising materials for our courses, worksheet packs and revision books, but we’re pretty good. We don’t believe in bombardment as a promotional strategy.
If you want the materials sent to a second email address (perhaps your personal one) drop an email to Maureen at email@example.com.
“Factors affecting demand based on Heinz Ketchup. Perfect for Year 12.”
“I find the topical economics resources extremely useful; the ones I have used already have gone down well with students, and there are plenty more that I am storing up for revision purposes later in the year.”
“Subtle stuff, Ian, on collusion. Really good. You save me so much time!”