Teach your students proper email etiquette with this 45-minute "How to Email" lesson that includes a high-interest intro. lecture and two fun real-world writing activities.
First, present the right and wrong way to build an email message with a dynamic 15-slide Prezi lecture. Then, assign students t
You are receiving a sorting page to provide practice on identifying consumers and producers…could also be used as an assessment too!
1 sort page is included
1 answer key is included
If you need other consumer/producer resources check my store for a poster pack. I also have needs/wants and good/serv
Advertising / Media Literacy - Students pick an ad from a magazine they've brought into class and then analyze the advertising techniques used to present the product. Includes a detailed assignment sheet, a two-page worksheet about advertising techniques and marking rubrics (2 sizes).
Completing personal information in a real world situation can be intimidating for young students and adults. This writing packet contains a variety of mock applications to provide your students practice on completing forms with their personal information.
This check writing packet is going to help you in your economics unit by not only introducing the concept of check writing, but also why it is important to keep track of how much money you have!
Check out my follow-up product:
Economic Lessons 1-4
Key Economic Concepts Made Easy
These worksheets and PowerPoints were designed to assist with the teaching of key economic concepts that many students struggle with. These concepts have
Keyboarding- Coloring in the Keyboard
This is a fun coloring activity that will help students learn the keys on the keyboard. Students can use colored pencils, crayons, etc. This is a great handout for students to use in order to learn which finger strikes each key on a computer keyboard. There is a
Looking for an interesting way to engage students with the classics? Need to motivate your students to read "old" nonfiction? Want something relevant for a close reading exercise for back to school or even the end of the year? Trying to bring some interesting, modern nonfiction into your classroom?
Career preparation activities educate students about job skills (ethical, interpersonal, technical, organizational, behavioral) needed for workplace employment. For career readiness, CTE, vocational, co-op, work skills, and business students, the activities contain real-life employment situations and
This printable money and banking craft activity (craftivity) works well as financial literacy vocabulary project. Use it for applied math, life skills, special education math, business math or a money and banking finance course. You will receive one interactive notebook activity and a quiz.
These notes, in the style of a graphic organizer, can be used to introduce simple and compound interest. Students will practice modeling financial word problems using the two different formulas. This resource includes examples and "You-Dos" (student practice problems).
Complete lesson! Answer key in
Keyboarding- Typing- Pangram Sentences
A pangram is a sentence that contains all 26 letters of the alphabet. This handout contains 14 pangram sentences for students to practice typing after they have learned all the letter keys. It is great practice for them. You can have the students use a keyboard
You are receiving a sorting page to provide practice on identifying goods and services…could also be used as an assessment too!
If you need other goods and services resources check my store for a poster pack. I also have needs/wants and consumer/producer items for young students.
Thanks for stoppi
Embrace the holiday craziness & turn your classroom into a North Pole workshop.
Social Studies Topics covered include:
•Wants vs. Needs
•Goods vs. Services
•Producers vs. Consumers
•Businesses in our communities
•Supply & Demand
•The role of banks
The overall idea
This updated download contains two (2) ready-to-use economics activities.* Each includes teaching suggestions and a full-sized answer key. Just print and copy!
These fun and easy activities can be used to introduce, review, and/or assess understanding of PRODUCTION and CONSUMPTION. The lesson i
A great way for students to practice identifying resources as human, natural or capital. They have to read the words and sort them accordingly. Resources can be a tricky concept for economics, so use this tool to help the kids understand the difference. A great follow-up to my resources sorting ce
TEACH WITH INSIGHT AND HUMOR USING YOUTUBE AND THESE CRASH COURSE ECONOMICS WORKSHEETS!
Few classroom strategies are as successful as this simple approach: make learning fun! Unfortunately for economics teachers, many students think of this subject as one of the most dry and boring courses ever. The
Advertising is a kind of message that tries to sell something. It is also used to sell ideas.
Contents (13 pages of text and worksheets)
-Production and regulation of ads
-History of Advertising
-Exercises and Key
The sample contains a complete non-printa
Middle School Economics. Think your students know how much money it costs to have the things they have at home? If you teach Economics at the middle level or high school level then these activities really open the eyes of your students to the reality of budgeting their money, balancing a checking a
Scarcity and Opportunity Cost
The Economic Problem
Key Economic Concepts Made Easy
These worksheets and the PowerPoint were designed to assist with the teaching of key economic concepts that many students struggle with. These concepts have been simplified and
Keyboarding- Finger Diagram
This is a great visual aid to help students familiarize themselves with what finger strikes each key on the keyboard. Students can use this as a reference. It can be printed out on colored paper to make it easier for students to locate.
*Please see our store for a fun co
7 career readiness lessons (43 total pages) teach students critical workplace professionalism skills using engaging real-life scenarios, examples, situations, and questions. SAVE 20% compared to purchasing packets separately. Prepare CTE, vocational, co-op, business, work skills, and life skills stud
This pdf download includes two examples for students to use to practice how to balance their checkbook. Each example is clearly laid out *on one page* so you don't have to print multiple pages. Save paper, save time!
There are a total of four pages in this document. The first page is the first exampl
Here is a wonderful document that is meant to help building a nice resume, giving many areas to provide to potential employers.
Divided into 2 segments:
1) Instructions and help
The document has been created so it can be printed, using the information handy while building up your resume.
This freebie is full of over 300 royalty-free fonts, and each one was specifically selected for teachers! After searching for several hours to find fonts that are interesting (yet actually LEGIBLE), I compiled this file to use legally in my TPT products! So, I figured I'd save you the hassle, as we
Economics Made Easy
The Labor Market and Labor Force
The Four Types of Unemployment
1) The Labor Market and Labor Force: Reading Comprehension Worksheet
2) Unemployment Rate: Reading Comprehension
This is a complete stations lesson with five activities and homework related to the stock market.
Station 1: Notes on the stock market
Station 2: an online Video clip about the NY Stock Exchange
Station 3: Political Cartoons with a SOAP document analysis
Station 4: A True False assignment with a
Are You Ready For Work? - Developing Qualities That Count with Employers helps give students guidance regarding how to get a job, keep it, and move up.
These pages are designed to help young people get ready for work by learning and developing the qualities prospective employers consider important.
Opportunity Cost and Opportunity Benefit. I use this as a basic introduction to the concepts of opportunity cost/benefit. Most students think of "cost" in terms of money so this helps to introduce them to the other costs for decisions (i.e. time, energy, risk, etc.) Students read a short scenario
Keyboarding- Proper Keyboarding Techniques-Ergonomics Word Search- 20 Words
This is a fun and challenging word search on proper keyboarding techniques that students can do for fun or after a keyboarding technique test. You can give them a few extra points on a test if they complete it. It is suitabl
Economics- Factors of Production- Opening an Italian Restaurant and Hair Salon
This activity will have students thinking about the four factors of production- natural resources, human resources, capital resources, and entrepreneurial resources. For the first activity, students will pretend they are
This product provides two practice problems for applying the marketing mix (4 P's). Included in this product: worksheet (as seen in preview) to complete and 2 practice problems with answers.
Students are asked to work with a partner to come up with the 4 P's of Walmart. After allowing time for stud
Bumpin' Burger's Receipt Crisis (Problem Solving, Fractions, Money, and Budget)
Have your students develop their real-world problem solving skills with this problem solving, money, budget, and fractions-focused activity!
Students must fill in the missing lines from 4 different Bumpin’ Burgers custom
The Wright Teachers present the Economics Supply and Demand Practice worksheet.
This worksheet is a great resources for advanced middle school economics students or high school economic classes. Use as an introduction whole class or as a individual review.
Included in the download is an answer key
Microsoft Word 2010 Activity- Creating Tables in Word- Candy Timeline
Note: Images seen in thumbnails will not be over text when you download!
This fun assignment can be used in a Microsoft Office/Keyboarding, etc. class. This assignment consists of students creating a table with four columns that
Interviews- List of Mock Interview Questions
This is a list of questions that can possibly come up in a job interview. Great for a unit on interviewing skills. Designed to use with high school students or adults who are looking for a job and have been employed in the past. Great for class discussion
3 career and employment word searches help prepare students and job seekers for successful employment in the workplace. Ideal career day, extra credit, fast finisher, or substitute teacher activities for CTE, vocational, career exploration, life skills, and business students. Includes three pages of
Workplace social media lesson helps students control their online presence safely and professionally to enhance employment opportunities. Designed for CTE, vocational, life skills, business, and work skills students, it contains a:
• short reading selection
• do's and don'ts checklist
• multiple c
I use this assignment with my Introduction to Business and Marketing course when I cover Advertising. Students will need Internet access to complete the table unless information is provided in direct instruction. This document includes a table for students to fill out as they research the following m
Business communication activities teach students the skills (verbal, nonverbal, written, and electronic) needed for success on the job. 8 no-prep worksheets for business, vocational, co-op, communication, career prep, CTE, and work skills students. Includes real-life workplace communication situation
I used this activity to introduce my students to examples of Fixed and Variable Expenses, as part of our Economics unit.
Students worked in pairs, and each pair got one laminated sheet. They wrote their answers on the sheet in dry-erase marker. When they were finished and we went over the answers,
This combo pack includes a crossword, and two matching worksheets, one specific to Letter writing and one to keyboarding. All have Instructor Keys. An excellent way to break up a routing keyboarding or WP class. Good for a sub to give to a class.
On this worksheet, students will draw pictures of items that are wants and items that are needs within different categories. It is great for reinforcing the concept of wants vs. needs, particularly for younger students, and is an excellent introduction to an elementary economics unit.
Looking for mo
Use this worksheet with the book Oh, The Places You'll Go to help students learn the economic concepts personal resources, choice, competition, opportunity cost, and risk. There is a place for students to give the page number where they found an example of each concept and then space for them to exp
Use this sheet as a framework to help students invent a new toy. After studying other famous inventors and inventions, this activity gives them an opportunity to use some creativity and innovation of their own! Can be used individually or in small groups.
Keyboarding- History of the QWERTY Keyboard and Typing Internet Hunt with Answer Key
This is a fun activity students in a keyboarding course can do at the beginning of the course. This is a short, fun Internet research assignment. For homework or in class, students research questions on the history
Use this worksheet to engage students in distinguishing between buying and selling in real life situations. In this activity, students will follow a woman, "Maria," through her day as she goes from work to running errands and into her free time with her kids.
For each of the five activities on the w
A bank is a company that works with the money that people give it. If you give your money to a bank, it not only protects it but pays you interest so that it can work with the money. This is one of the reasons why people save their money in a bank. Money may also be safer there than at home.
The TV show, "30 Days" can be a great tool for students to learn from situations. The one episode I especially appreciate is on minimum wage. All too often, I have students believe they can get by on just their part time job and the idea of working hard to complete high school is not a priority.
More than just a word search, this is a great way to review the icons on the Home tab in Microsoft Word! Icons from the ribbon Home tab are pictured; students must identify the the icon and then locate the name of the icon in the word search grid. A simpler version of the same word search containing
The stock exchange is a marketplace where brokers buy and sell stocks and bonds for other people. Many countries have one or more stock exchanges. Smaller stock exchanges often handle only national stock, whereas the big stock exchanges handle the stock of big international corporations.
This is a toolbar test over some of the basic commands on the Home tab in Microsoft Word. Students are given letters to identify commands and they are to match these letters with terms in a word bank. This is a test for elementary or middle school technology applications classes.