Criterion A: Knowing and understanding

 1. What kinds of goods are traded in Stock Exchange?


2. What does the following sentence mean: “the value of a share relates to he company behind it”?


4. If you invest your money in buying shares in a particular company, how does this company use that money?


5. What happen if you have bought a share in a company, which is falling down?


6. How can the shareholder get a profit through their shares? Explain two different ways


7. Invest in stock exchange could be risky, why?


6. Define the next terms


- Share


- Shareholder


- Dividents


- Capital Gain


- Broker

Criterion A: Knowing and understanding

Maximum: 4



1.     Why is consumption profitable to economy?

2.     Point out at least three disadvantages of consumption

3.     Define the term “sustainable consumption” and explain why this is important

4.     True or false (correct if necessary)

-   The use of renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind power, does not contribute to sustainable consumption.

-       Less developed countries rely on non-renewable forms of energy

-       The use of non-renewable resource has adverse effects to the environment

-       When sustainable consumption is practiced, natural resources are wasted


"If you have got a new point of view about the World, you’ll have to find new ways of showing it”

Mark Rothko


Pilar Sánchez  has a double Degree in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature (2010), a Degree in History (2002), both by Salamanca University. She also has Advanced Studies in Philosophy.


She has been working as a teacher and researcher in  the Salamanca University, Art and Aesthetics Department, as an Art critic, a team member in specialised publications, teacher of Spanish as a foreign language in other countries (Ireland), Secondary teacher of Social Studies and Spanish Language and Literature in Madrid and Head of Department in SEK Les Alpes International School.


Her main goals when teaching are setting up the latest educational methodologies based on cooperative and blended learning, relying on emotional intelligence as one of the best means to enhance teacher and teenage students’ relationship.