The TV Choice Digital Text Book is a new kind of educational resource, combining case study film clips, documents, powerpoints, worksheets and other resources designed to deliver core topics in Business Studies. With its modular form, this resource can be used and adapted for A Level, Vocational, GCSE and Scottish qualifications.|
The first two modules, Accounting & Finance and People In Business , are now available. They each consist of four DVDs in total.
This resource will build into SIX modules eventually, covering the Business Studies syllabus for all exam boards at all levels:
Engagement: The Key To Teaching Success
- Business Objectives & Strategy
- External Influences
- People In Business available now
- Accounting and Finance available now
A widely acknowledged challenge in Business Studies is getting students to engage with a subject of which they have no experience. Clips are one answer, but it's hard to find the right clips to support key topics. This resource contains a wealth of clips specifically filmed to enable students to learn in context and engage with real business situations.
The clips can be used independently of the supporting documents if required, providing maximum teaching flexibility.
The supporting documents include text book notes in Word format, powerpoints and Excel spreadsheets. These documents may be copied, modified and used selectively if required (within purchasing establishment only). Lesson plans for A Level are also included.
FLEXIBILITY FOR TEACHERS: Follow the lesson plans or use material selectively to supplement existing resources.
FLEXIBILITY FOR STUDENTS: Working at their own speed, students can focus on specific levels of response towards assessment objectives.
Written By Expert Examiners
The TV Choice Digital Textbook has been designed and written by David Dyer and Simon Dyer, both experienced examiners and Business Studies teachers. David Dyer was one of the "founding four" of the original Business Studies A Level.
DAVID DYER was one of the "founding four" of the original Business Studies A Level, with over 30 years' experience as an examiner. He is the author or co-author of nine textbooks for A Level and GCSE. For 18 years he was a teacher trainer and head of department for Business & Economics at the London Institute of Education.
SIMON DYER is head of Business Studies and Economics at The King's School in Grantham. He is an examiner for A Level Business Studies and a principal examiner for the OCR BAF Diploma.
Produced By Expert Filmmakers
TV Choice, established in 1982, is the UK's leading independent maker and distributor of films for Business Studies. TV Choice has a catalogue of over 150 films. (more info)
A Fraction Of The Cost Of Conventional Textbooks
Each DVD costs just £95 plus P&P and VAT, a fraction of the cost of an equivalent set of textbooks.
Digital Streaming Licence Included
When an organisation buys the TV Choice Digital Textbook, they are automatically granted a digital streaming licence which provides the purchasing organisation the following rights:
Producing copies of the DVDs is not permitted, but additional copies, for internal use only, may be purchased at £10 each, plus P&P and VAT.
- To print, modify if required, and copy all the support documents without restriction within the purchasing organisation only.
- To upload the contents of the DVDs onto an internal network where access is restricted to the purchasing organisation.
How Can The Digital Textbook Be Used?
The TV Choice Digital Textbook is very easy to use. All the resources, clips and documents are delivered on DVD. The clips can be played on a DVD player. Using a computer, both the clips and the documents can be accessed, for printing or projection onto a white board.
Documents may be printed out. Alternatively, students can work on screen.
OUT NOW: The first two of the six modules of the
TV Choice Digital Textbook, each consists of 4 DVDs, price £95 each plus P&P and VAT.
TV Choice Ltd, PO Box 597, Bromley BR2 0YB. Tel 0208 464 7402.
Fax 0208 464 7845 email: firstname.lastname@example.org