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Are you looking for a create-a-business project for an Economics course? Then this is the project for you! This project is designed to provide students with an opportunity to create their own business using a printable version, Powerpoint or Google Slides. Included are the following:Google Slides version of the assignmentPower Point version of the assignmentPrintable version of the assignmentSample Projects to use a model for studentsRubric for assessment of assignmentStudents will create their
This unit teaches students the characteristics for creating, and ultimately composing, a successful business letter. It incorporates technology while teaching students the sound principles of creating and composing business letters. ***************************************************************************** NO PREP! PRINT and GO LESSONS for TEACHERS! Interactive slides complete with practice activities, project instructions, project rubric, an assessment and links to review games
This is a business letter format template that can be used in almost any subject, for any purpose – assessment, to show understanding, to practice handwriting, writing to a principal, another teacher, a guest speaker, a business– just about anyone or anything! Includes: Handout with explanation of parts of a business letter with small diagramLarge diagram of a business letterWorksheet to map out ideas for a business letter (I use the example of writing a letter to the principal about a change or
In this project, students will use the Internet to research for and plan a business trip and use GOOGLE SHEETS to create a travel itinerary. This project pack includes supplemental files, engagement strategies, and differentiation suggestions.This project can be used as a stand-alone project, a group project, or as an end-of-unit, quarter, or semester assessment. These files can be printed, projected, shared with students via shared drives or email, and uploaded to your Google Classroom. It woul
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
A complete business plan worksheet/template for your class
Grades:
7th - 12th
Planning Sheet 2 walks students through what they need to consider for their market research in the Trade Show unit for year 8.Check out the Bundle: it includes everything that you need to teach the unit!
This worksheet helps students think through the basics of a business plan for their "bright ideas." The student will answer questions about their own idea for a business product or service, including what problem the business solves, who its customers would be, and how it would be advertised. Each question also includes an accompanying example from the real world that help students understand the concept. This worksheet is a great addition to an economics or entrepreneurship unit.
Planning Sheet 3 is the cost/benefit analysis for product alternatives as part of the Trade Show unit for year 8.Check out the Bundle: it includes everything that you need to teach the unit!
Planning Sheet 1 outlines the roles of students in the Trade Show unit for year 8.Check out the Bundle: it includes everything that you need to teach the unit!
This handout tracks students' decisions made during the Globalization Game.
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This lesson plan is perfect for business professionals as well as accountants or entrepreneurs!Business English: Business Expenses: a no-prep lesson plan for professionals working in banking and accountingfocus on speaking and vocabularyreal-life contentESL levels: B1+/C1PDF and PowerPointWhat's included?a fully designed lesson for at least 60 minutes that requires no preparation - 3 pages full of various activities2 versions of the lesson plan - one for your students and one for you (with answe
I used this to teach second graders about the economics behind a business! The concepts covered- People use money to buy and sell goods and services, and People earn income by working. This was a really fun way of explaining the basics of running a business and introducing new vocabulary such as- consumer, goods, services, entrepreneur, supply, demand, income, etc.This worksheet is included under my economics business plan lesson plan!
Has information about the importance of websites in business, explains what the students will need to have and do to create their sites, and provides space for the students to draw preliminary sketches / plan out their pages and add details.
This unit teaches students the characteristics for creating a successful business letterhead. It incorporates technology while teaching students the sound principles of creating and marketing a business. ***************************************************************************** NO PREP! PRINT and GO LESSONS for TEACHERS! Interactive slides complete with practice activities, student project approval, project instructions and project rubric.
This simulation was designed to evoke student interest and apply key marketing concepts. Through the topic of sports, students will develop and design marketing materials. Students will create a pro sports team and expand upon their ideas through this semester project. Key marketing concepts covered include: the marketing concept, press kit, SWOT analysis, advertising media, promotional mix, and marketing plan. Through the project students will apply, analyze, and synthesize marketing efforts. Y
This complete unit plan bundles together my five full lesson plans on Economic Indicators, and it comes with the accompanying unit materials. The unit focuses on the study of business cycles through the lens of the three main economic indicators: GDP, unemployment, and inflation. The fifth lesson puts all of these concepts together to show how steady growth in the long run can be achieved despite these short run fluctuations.FIVE COMPLETE LESSON PLANS:1) The Business Cycle2) GDP (Gross Domesti
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
As a business teacher, I like to run my classroom like a business. Using this system, I’m the boss and the students in my classroom are my “employees.” After using this system, I’ve found that it truly helps students get a better grasp on how to be a good student and employee because I’m able to relate the traits and real-life things occurring in their current lives to their future lives. Running my classroom as a business is how I begin the year, how I handle discipline/rewards, and how I refle
Give middle school students a chance to learn more about careers and business as they work with a team to create their own teen business!This unit focuses on students exploring many of the aspects of creating their own business and introduces some of the day-to-day requirements of that business. Students choose a business with their team, prepare a business plan, advertising materials and a budget and finally reflect on their learning utilizing a variety of MS Office products or Google Products,
The first week of school is crucial in managing your class effectively with, setting business etiquette expectations for the students, understanding attitudes, setting goals, following directions, referencing a success document and instilling fun with an icebreaker and activities. These simple lessons and worksheets truly set the foundation for success while communicating classroom expectations. This mega bundle provides all you need for the first week back to school with your students. It encom
Empower students to begin making money now by developing a side hustle. Great start of the year or end of the year wrap up unit. Everything you need to teach an introduction to side hustles using this UBD Lesson Plan with learning goals and pace and sequencing guide, PowerPoint presentation of class slides with teacher talking points, and PBL side hustle plan project with discussion post and reflection assignments. This is perfect for business and entrepreneurship courses. Unit lasts 5 - 7 ho
New Year…new set of fun and engaging unit plans! This bundle includes 4 print-and-teach units that you can teach during the entire month of January! That’s right! Just download these units and you won’t have to do a bit of lesson planning! This bundle includes four resources that perfectly pair together, celebrate the time of year, AND help students learn a ton of skills in just 20 days! This bundle includes:Poetry Analysis – Winter Poems-- Help your students cozy up to five winter poem stu
Money Management and Financial Planning offers a unique resource for teaching an introduction to Personal Finance. Students will explore wealth, money, earnings, checks, credit, saving, budgeting, interest, investing, the stock market, investor profiles, and risk.Activity and worksheet titles include: Introducing Personal Finance, What is Wealth?, The Evolution of Money, Earning Money, Mass Mailing for Music Madness, Melissa Contracts to Work for Pennies, Exploring Checks, Exploring Debit &amp
This is the ULTIMATE business bundle for secondary school teachers in Ontario and the rest of Canada. The 12 resources included are all in Google Slides™/Google Docs™ format, which makes them ideal for both in-person and remote learners as they can be completed digitally or printed. These resources would work for Grade 9 and 10 Introduction to Business (BBI1O, BBI2O), Grade 11 Entrepreneurship (BDI3C) and Marketing (BMI3C), as well as Grade 12 International Business (BBB4M) and Business Leadersh
This THE VERY LAST LEAF Activities and Interactive Read Aloud Resource Book Companion Packet includes lesson plans, reading comprehension questions, vocabulary, grammar, phonics, writing and word study activities with both printable and digital student pages.Following an interactive read aloud of the picture book, THE VERY THE VERY LAST LEAF by Stef Wade, choose from the included collection of either printable activities or go paperless and use the digital activities to practice standards-based

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