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Year 11 Unit 2 – Controlled assessment (25%) Unit 5 – Introduction to economic understanding (50%) Unit 1 resit (25%) £11.50 BTEC.

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1 Year 11 Unit 2 – Controlled assessment (25%) Unit 5 – Introduction to economic understanding (50%) Unit 1 resit (25%) £11.50 BTEC

2 Controlled Assessment

3 Topics Task 1 (1.1) To what extent is a rival business more or less competitive than the business you have chosen? Task 2 (1.2) To what extent has innovation or invention been important to the success of the business you have chosen? Task 3 (1.3) Which of the qualities shown by an entrepreneur has most contributed to the success of their business? Task 4 (1.4) How might the business you have chosen improve the way that it motivates its staff? Task 5 (1.5) Which stakeholder group has been most affected because of a decision made by the business you have chosen?

4 Introduction – paragraph 1 About the business What it does Type of business Target market Location Size

5 Paragraph 2 - knowledge Task 1 (1.1) To what extent is a rival business more or less competitive than the business you have chosen? Task 2 (1.2) To what extent has innovation or invention been important to the success of the business you have chosen? Task 3 (1.3) Which of the qualities shown by an entrepreneur has most contributed to the success of their business? What is competition? What is competitive advantage? What methods might a businesses use to become competitive? How do these methods make them more competitive? Can you give some examples of how businesses have become competitive? What is innovation? What is invention? Why is it important for a business to innovate or to invent? Can you give examples of other businesses being innovative or inventive with their products or services. How have these helped the business to be successful? What is an entrepreneur? What qualities do entrepreneurs have? Why are each of these qualities important in a business? Which of the qualities do you think are the most important? How do these qualities help the business to be a success?

6 Paragraph 2 - knowledge Task 4 (1.4) How might the business you have chosen improve the way that it motivates its staff? Task 5 (1.5) Which stakeholder group has been most affected because of a decision made by the business you have chosen? What is motivation? What are the different ways in which a business can motivate its workers? How do each of these methods help to motivate workers? What effect does motivation have on businesses? What is a stakeholder? Who are the main stakeholder groups for a businesses? Why are each of these groups interested in what a business does? How might each of these be affected by what a business does?

7 Paragraph 3 - Application Task 1 (1.1) To what extent is a rival business more or less competitive than the business you have chosen? Task 2 (1.2) To what extent has innovation or invention been important to the success of the business you have chosen? Task 3 (1.3) Which of the qualities shown by an entrepreneur has most contributed to the success of their business? What methods does the businesses use to become competitive? How do these methods make the more competitive? Can you give some examples of how the business have become competitive? Why is it important for the business to innovate or to invent? Can you give examples of the businesses being innovative or inventive with their products or services. How have these helped the business to be successful? Why are each of these qualities important in the business? Which of the qualities do you think are the most important for the business? How do these qualities help the business to be a success?

8 Paragraph 3 - Application Task 4 (1.4) How might the business you have chosen improve the way that it motivates its staff? Task 5 (1.5) Which stakeholder group has been most affected because of a decision made by the business you have chosen? What are the different ways in which the business motivates its workers? How do each of these methods help to motivate the workers? What effect does motivation have on the business? Who are the main stakeholder groups for the businesses? Why are each of these groups interested in what the business does? How might each of these be affected by what the business does?

9 Paragraph 4 – Research results Task 1 (1.1) To what extent is a rival business more or less competitive than the business you have chosen? Task 2 (1.2) To what extent has innovation or invention been important to the success of the business you have chosen? Task 3 (1.3) Which of the qualities shown by an entrepreneur has most contributed to the success of their business? Conduct a survey to find out what the most effective methods are to be competitive. (primary research) Produce a questionnaire Present the results in a graph Analyse the results (what do they tell you) Conduct a survey to find out what the most effective methods are to be innovative. (primary research) Produce a questionnaire Present the results in a graph Analyse the results (what do they tell you) Conduct a survey to find out what the most effective qualities of an entrepreneur. (primary research) Produce a questionnaire Present the results in a graph Analyse the results (what do they tell you)

10 Paragraph 4 – Research results Task 4 (1.4) How might the business you have chosen improve the way that it motivates its staff? Task 5 (1.5) Which stakeholder group has been most affected because of a decision made by the business you have chosen? Conduct a survey to find out what the most effective methods are to motivate. (primary research) Produce a questionnaire Present the results in a graph Analyse the results (what do they tell you) Conduct a survey to find out what the most affective decision the business has made on stakeholders. (primary research) Produce a questionnaire Present the results in a graph Analyse the results (what do they tell you)

11 Paragraph 5 – Evaluation Task 1 (1.1) To what extent is a rival business more or less competitive than the business you have chosen? Task 2 (1.2) To what extent has innovation or invention been important to the success of the business you have chosen? Task 3 (1.3) Which of the qualities shown by an entrepreneur has most contributed to the success of their business? What problems might the firm face when trying to be competitive? How might they overcome these problems? Give some examples of Methods-problems-solutions What problems might the firm face when trying to be innovative or inventive? How might they overcome these problems? Give some examples of Methods-problems-solutions What problems might the entrepreneur face when trying to make the business successful? How might they overcome these problems? Give some examples of Methods-problems-solutions Key words/phrases: However, in my opinion, the problem with this is, a solution to this could be, comparing these, my judgement would be, I would advise, an argument against this would be, an argument for this would be, overall I think that.

12 Paragraph 5 – Evaluation Task 4 (1.4) How might the business you have chosen improve the way that it motivates its staff? Task 5 (1.5) Which stakeholder group has been most affected because of a decision made by the business you have chosen? What problems might the firm face when trying to motivate staff? How might they overcome these problems? Give some examples of Methods-problems-solutions What problems might the firm face when trying to please its stakeholders? How might they overcome these problems? Give some examples of Methods-problems-solutions Key words/phrases: However, in my opinion, the problem with this is, a solution to this could be, comparing these, my judgement would be, I would advise, an argument against this would be, an argument for this would be, overall I think that.

13 Paragraph 6 – conclusion This should be a short summary of what you have done, how you did it, what you found out and contains the answer to the chosen question above with a short recap of why.

14 Appendix This is the final section which contains Interview questions asked Questionnaire that you might have used Results of any survey you have done (data or graphs) Any screenshots of website resources you have used Any documents you have collected as part of your research A sources of research sheet (THIS IS ESSENTIAL) ALL OF THESE MUST LINK TO YOUR WRITTEN SECTION A log of the research times, dates and evidence collected (NO MORE THAN 6 HOURS)

15 Marks Research (12) Present information/data (8) Analysis (12) Evaluation (8) Overall Mark (40)


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