Could You Be an Entrepreneur? is great for use when studying entrepreneurship and small businesses with Jr. High or High School Students. Students will go through the basic steps of thinking about starting a business. Includes aspects of business planning and advertising (business name, slogan, grand opening, billboard, business cards, social media, mission statement, rationale).
This project can be done with partners or individually.
This download includes:
-Teacher Instructions, Implementation Ideas, Project Packet (step by step planning pages), Teacher and Student Rubrics.
-3 Extension activities project options for students after completion of the Project Packet – great for presenting their ideas to the class.
-Business Card Round Up – business card analysis activity (2 levels)
-Slogan Match Up activity
This project could be introduced on one day and carried out over 2-4 days depending on how detailed you want the students to be in their final product. (Completing the packet would probably take 2 45min class periods. If used with some of the implementation ideas could be 3 or 4 days or more - including technology applications)
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