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strategies that uncover new biz ideas
or hidden job opportunities shows
simple ways to encourage critical thinking skills.
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This guide contains topics that traditional Newspaper
in Education lessons overlook. .
The material primarily features regional business journals,
rather than large metropolitan newspapers.
And historical and contemporary stories are included.
featured were selected for educational references.
No fee was paid for mention.
*Book Excerpt: Finding Your Niche: Discover…
*4 Multicultural profiles illustrate how the newspaper shaped
the fortunes of several young men in the 19th and 20 centuries.
*Bibliography and hyperlinks
*Adobe XI, 21+pages, Bookmarking and Print Enabled.
*Print or online copy of a regional business newspaper
Note: Print or e-copy editions
of local business newspapers may be obtained via t
rial subscription or found at the public library.
*Internet connection (Optional) **
** Or substitute old-school methods.
Skills Developed Include:
* Making inferences or forecasting based on
real world issues
in a specific city or town.
* Information gathering tips beyond Google
Instead of relying solely on trending data on the web,
scanning help wanted positions or biz opportunity
ads, readers use specific questions that foster
critical thinking, playing What If through an
entrepreneurial lens while examining
their real world environment.
Use the Niche Creativity blog for Q and A.
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or single-classroom use solely.
And may not be posted or distributed for public
viewing or copied by more than one teacher
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