GCSE Business Studies Unit 1 Introduction To Small Businesses. GCSE Business Studies . 1.2 Showing Enterprise. Unit 1 Introduction to Small Businesses. GCSE Business Studies Unit 1 Introduction To Small Businesses. Enterprise. Lesso n objectives and outcomes.
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1.2 Showing Enterprise
Introduction to Small Businesses
EnterpriseLesson objectives and outcomes
All students will create a mind map of their own strengths and weaknesses
Most students will ask valid questions to improve business knowledge
Some students will justify why some questions are more important than others
Were developed by Tony Buzan
Are designed to work in the same way as the brain and use…
Encouraging problem solving
They are not designed to be neat!
They are useful for…
They are unique to every person
Giving an overview of a large topic area (E.g Revision!!!)
Since everybody thinks in a different way!
In order to answer this question we may need to ask some more questions
Why not cross the road?
How did the chicken cross the road?
Where was the road? Where was the chicken in relation to the road?
When did this take place?
What did the chicken do once he had crossed the road?
Which do you think are the two most important questions that Ling Tan should be asking herself? Justify your answer. (6)