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A-Level Accounting

Discussion in 'Business studies' started by teacher_new81, May 31, 2011.

  1. teacher_new81

    teacher_new81 New commenter

    Thank you both for your responses,
    I have private messaged you both. I am looking over some accounting books in the student library to get my student knowledge up to scratch, however I think my first step must be a suitable text book that complements the AQA syllabus, and then design resources possibly around the text book that could complement that.
    Your website is amazing and if I do need specific help I will contact you both.
    Marcus
     
  2. I know it's been a while since you started this thred but I thought I'd add this: improve your general accounting knowledge BEFORE you worry about being exam specific. You need an encyclopaedic knowledge to be a good teacher, otherwise you are just an examination facilitator!

    Duncan
     

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