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  • Circular Flows - A Teaching Plan - … obsolescence. The nation's real capital stock grows with business investment spending. Business firms finance capital spending with their own funds as … amount replaced. Generally, investment spending occurs within the business sector when some business firms use resources to produce capital goods for other … ) that takes place within the business sector involves business investment spending for capital goods produced by other businesses. The Public or Government Sector …
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  • Principles of Finance - … Getting Started Lesson: 3 Lesson 3 Business Financial Needs Business Financial Needs Getting Started Lesson 3, Business Financial Needs, is the third lesson … Unit 1 Lesson 3 Getting Started Profit Lesson: 3 Business Financial Needs Business Financial Needs Getting Started Objectives • Describe the legal forms … Lesson 3 Business Financial Needs Business Financial Needs Getting Started Unit 1 Getting Started Lesson: 3 Lesson 3 Business Financial Needs Business Financial Needs …
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  • Snail Mail or E-Mail Blast! Which Proves More Effective? - … Communication3. Demonstrate effective writing techniques used to communicate in the business environment, including enhancing vocabulary and composing concise documents with clarity … correspondence to disseminate information. BMA(9-12) Commerce Communication4. Create business documents, including analytical and informational reports, letters, memorandums, minutes, and … follow-up letters. BMA(9-12) Business Technology Applications - Advanced1. Construct written communication using correct business format, including letters of application, resumes …
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  • Rural America in Transition - … Development programs Community and infrastructure development Spending programs Credit programs Business and government economic assistance Spending programs Housing and credit assistance … promoting growth in areas lacking growth potential. Business development. Programs to develop local business are almost entirely the province of state and … now widely used and available to existing local businesses as well as new business interests. As such, they have little effect on …
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  • Competition: Pizza! - … that will test students knowledge of competition for businesses. Pizza! Activity PROCESS Businesses & Customers Businesses sell goods or provide services. Producers make items … . In this lesson, we will talk about competition among businesses. These businesses have to convince customers to buy their items. Customers get … chart: Name of Business, Name of Competitor, and Type of Business. Student Worksheet: Part 2 How Do Businesses Compete? Businesses compete in many ways …
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  • Business Ownership: How Sweet It Can Be! - … &Ms and Famous Amos chocolate cookies. KEY CONCEPTS Business, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, Legal Forms of Business, Risk STUDENTS WILL Identify the advantages and … .pdf Small Business Planner: Forms of Business Ownership from the U.S. Small Business Administration explains the three broad forms of business ownership plus … things has he or she done? Who owns the business? How has the business changed? Has the company been involved in any …
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  • The Artist as Entrepreneur - … the advantages and disadvantages of various business structures determine a business structure for their businesses complete their business descriptions Materials Visual 1, Good News … or one of the owners of a partnership quits the business, the business is dissolved. However, if an owner, called a shareholder … policy. 13. Instruct students to consider the following businesses to determine a business structure that may be most appropriate. Students should justify …
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  • Do I Have What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur--and is My Community Ready? - … each may have different reasons for opening a business and the type of business they would like to own.) 9. Ask the … to think about the businesses in their community. Would the characterize them as lifestyle businesses or high growth businesses? (The students answers may vary; however, lifestyle businesses are generally predominant in rural …
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  • Get What You Want - … components of a business letter. Distribute Attachment C, Sample Business Letter Direction, and Attachment D, Sample Business Letter. Display the Sample Business Letter on … the importance of knowing how to write a compelling business letter. Invite local business owners to come into the class and share … A, Checklist Attachment B, Business Letter Writing Rubric Attachment C, Sample Business Letter Directions Attachment D, Sample Business Letter Attachment E, Roller Coaster …
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  • Employees, Taxes, and Ethics - … with an introduction to business taxes and how they influence business decisions. Students learn what taxes businesses pay, and how business taxes contribute to our tax system. They also discover how businesses take … Business Taxes" • Student Resource 12.2 “Worksheet: Business Taxes Grid” • Student Resource 12.3 "Reading: Business Tax Planning" • Student Resource 12.4 “Notes: Business
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