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Introduction To term 3 Curriculum

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Lesson 1 
Introduction to Term 3 Curriculum 
Applied Logistics
Grade 11 Applied
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Good Morning
Lesson 1 
Introduction to Term 3 Curriculum 
Applied Logistics
Grade 11 Applied

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Lesson Objectives
1. To get an idea on What units to be studied in term 3
2. To know about no. of chapters in each unit .
3. Topics to be learnt in term 3
4. To know about Assessments in term 3 

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What topics did you learn in Term 2 Applied Logistics ?

Slide 3 - Open vraag

Unit 8 
Road Transport Documentation

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Unit 8 , Chapter 1 
Vehicle Costing for road transport

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Unit 8 , Chapter 2 
Documentation used in Import and Export of goods

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Unit 9 
Organise Meetings

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Unit 9 , Chapter 1 
Meeting and Event Arrangements

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Unit 9 , Chapter 2 
Documentation For meetings

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Assessments 
There will be ONE assessment in this term which has THREE tasks

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How many UNITS are there in term 3 ?
A
1
B
2
C
3
D
4

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How many assessments are there in Term 3 ?

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What do you mean by Documentation ?

Slide 13 - Open vraag

Chapter 1 
Vehicle Costing for road freight transport

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Learning Objectives
1. You will learn the meaning of ROAD FREIGHT COSTING
2.  You will learn the meaning of Operating Cost
3. You will learn the meaning of Freight Transport cost

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Find the meaning of Freight

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1. Road Freight Costing
It is the amount of money that is paid to transport goods from one place to another.

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Write the meaning of Operating cost

Slide 18 - Open vraag

Meaning of Operation cost
It means money required to run your business. It is also called day-to-day expenses needed for running business.

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Think that you are running coffee shop. What are your daily expenses as owner ?

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Examples of operating cost
1. selling cost
2. Administrative cost
3. Vehicle cost
4. Maintenance cost


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Examples of
Operating cost

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Freight Transport Cost
It refers to the amount needed to move freight from one place to another. It is also known as operational cost. 

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What did you learn today ?

Slide 24 - Open vraag

Part 2 
Lesson 1 
Road Freight Transport Costing
grade 11 

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What is operating cost ?

Slide 27 - Open vraag

Which are the examples of Operating cost ?
A
Selling cost
B
Administrative cost
C
Daily cost
D
All of the above

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Freight means ?
A
Goods
B
Cargo
C
Both
D
None

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A company wants to change their office from Dubai to Abu Dhabi. What will the expense for them ?

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Road Freight Transport Cost
1. Labour
2. Equipment
3. Fuel
4. Infrastructure

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Which are the freight cost you learnt ?

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Total cost of any trucks
1. Drivers
2. Overheads
3. Insurance
4. Depreciation
5. Fuel, tyres

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Cost of trucks

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Good Morning 
Grade 11 Applied Logistics
Topic : Depreciation and Standing Costs
 CB page19

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Starter Activity

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Learning Objective
1. To understand the meaning of depreciation
2. To learn how to find depreciation
3. To know the meaning of Standing cost
4. To learn about Fixed and Variable cost

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What is Freight
A
Cargo
B
Goods
C
Both
D
None

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Meaning of Depreciation
It means Reduction in the value of Assets over time due to wear and tear or use of assets.

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Depreciation
An example of Depreciation – If a delivery truck is purchased by a company with a cost of Rs. 100,000 and the expected usage of the truck are 5 years, the business might depreciate the asset under depreciation expense as Rs. 20,000 every year for a period of 5 years.

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How to calculate ?
For Example – asset is purchased for AED 100,000 and useful life is 10 years with salvage value of AED.10,000 then depreciation is charged at AED 9,000 for each of the 10 years.

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Formula for Depreciation
Depreciation Expense = Cost - salvage value/no of years used

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Calculate the value of depreciation . Laptop value =25000$, used=10 years, salvage value = 5000$

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Section 1.3
STANDING COSTS AND SAMPLE CALCULATIONS

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Meaning of Standing Cost

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Meaning of Standing Cost
Standing costs are the Fixed costs which do not change when sales increase or decrease. 
Example : Salary 

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Fixed costs 
If the truck is not working properly , still certain costs have to be paid . 
1. Vehicle insurance
2. Vehicle Maintenance
 3. Vehicle Fuel , tyres cost

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What are Fixed Costs ?
A
Which changes
B
Which do not Change
C
None
D
both

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What are Variable Costs ?
Variable costs means costs that changes when sales increase or decrease .
Example :  Delivery costs , Commission

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Examples of
Variable Cost

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How to Find Transport Fuel Cost 
1. Divide the total distance ( KM ) by 100
2. Multiply the answer by average fuel consumption
3. Multiply this number by the price of the fuel (Litre)

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Example
Dubai Logistics is taking goods to Abu Dhabi .
1. Distance to Abu Dhabi = 138 KM *2 ( RETURN TRIP ) 
2. The average Fuel consumption is 7 mpg
3. Current Price of the Fuel is 2.88 AED per Litre 

Please find the Fuel Cost from Dubai to Abu Dhabi 




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ACTIVITY
LET US DO NOW ACTIVITY ON LMS

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Good Morning
Part 4 
Over head Costs and its types

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Learning Objectives
1 . To understand the meaning of Overhead costs.
2. To learn types of Overhead costs
3. To learn how to calculate Overhead cost

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Starter Activity
Please open your LMS Special skills class , Go to Unit 8 Chapter 1 

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What is Fixed cost ?
A
Which keeps on changing
B
Which does not change
C
Both
D
None

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Examples of
Variable cost

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Find the meaning of Overhead Costs

Slide 59 - Open vraag

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What are Overhead costs ?
Overhead costs means ongoing costs in the business but not related to production .
Example : Rent , Telephone bill, Salary 

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Types of Business Overhead 
1.  Administrative Overhead
2. Manufacturing Overhead

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What are Direct costs ?

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What are indirect costs ?

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How to calculate Overhead Cost
To calculate the overhead cost , divide Overhead costs by sales and multiply by 100.
Example :  Monthly sales of business = 500,000 AED
Overhead costs = 200,000 AED
Find the percentage of Overheads.


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Activity time 
Please open your Course book page 26 and do the activity.

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Group Activity
We will now do padlet activity in groups. 

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