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  • Order in the School - … school day. 4. Create print advertisements for their new businesses; present their business concepts and related ads to the class; critique the … ? -If you could create and run your own business, what would that business be? What population would be your target market? What … response, participation in class discussions and group business plan development, and thoughtfully-created and presented business ideas and advertisements. Vocabulary: loath, array …
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  • Mohicans On The Move - … . Hoffman Resource Materials: Word, Powerpoint, database software, sample surveys and business letters; videos of public speakers, and speech guidelines. LEARNER OUTCOMES … School alumni. You will also design a business letter to accompany the survey. The business letter must persuade alumni to respond to … /performances Typed career survey Database construction Typed report and Typed business letter oral presentation highlighting project results using Powerpoint Criteria for …
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  • Exploring Small Retail Businesses - … surveying some of the small retail businesses in their community, each team will select one business, contact its owner or manager, introduce … gather information on various elements and processes in running that business. Based on that information, and associated research done on the … Educators (Documentary Video Information) Interviewing for Documentaries Articles on Small Businesses Small Business Information Google? - Type in the name or type of …
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  • Success is on the Menu - … : In this lesson, students consider why some businesses are "recession proof" and interview local business owners to discover how the recession is … : Echoes of a Dismal Past Video: Small Business and the Economic Crisis Video: Small Business Weathers the Recession Article: After a Capitalist … with a local business to devise a business and marketing plan designed to increase business during the recession. Consider changes the business might implement …
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  • Have It Your Way...and FAST! - … the interview, focusing on how technology is used in this business. Resources / Materials: classroom blackboard student journals pens /pencils copies of … presentation of an interview regarding technology used in a local business. Vocabulary: permutations, regimented, garnered, terminal, inventory, expedite, reverts, transmit, modified … can interview their parents about how changes in the restaurant business might reflect changes in society as a whole. Interdisciplinary Connections …
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  • Marketplace: MIT Business Plan Competition - … preparation required for a entrepreneur to get funding for a business. Explain how entrepreneurs contribute to a market economy. INTRODUCTION Entrepreneurs … 17:40. Interactive Activity: MIT Business Plan Competition Note-Taker U.S. Small Business Administration's Teen Business Link http://www.sbaonline.sba.gov/teens/ For Further Information: U.S. Small Business Administration's Business Plan Basics http://www.sbaonline.sba.gov/smallbusinessplanner/index …
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  • Marketplace: Doing Business in Afghanistan - … economic growth. Explain why entrepreneurs may choose not to do business in Afghanistan, despite the many opportunities it offers. Assess prospects … , and infrastructure problems have discouraged many foreign investors from doing business there, thus preventing economic improvement. While Afghanistan provides one good … .] 2. What are the major economic risks of doing business in Afghanistan? [Business contracts mean nothing; fraud is rampant; you and your …
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  • Book Report Alternative: Character and Author Business Cards - … the planning sheet, rubric, and example business card. Generally explain that students will be making business cards that include elements from the … share and receive feedback on their plans for business cards. Since these business cards will be shared in the class as well … , to share and receive feedback on their plans for business cards. After the business cards are printed out, students can decorate them …
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  • Crowding Out - … interest it takes to attract loanable funds away from businesses. This action crowds businesses out of the market for loanable funds. Ask … government borrowing increased the demand for loanable funds, individuals and businesses borrowed $800B at an 8% interest rate. After the increase … savers and borrowers) Who are the demanders of loanable funds? (businesses, individuals, government) Who are the suppliers of loanable funds? (savers …
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  • Understanding the Role and Importance of the Public and Private Sectors - … market dynamics, emphasizing: the law of supply and supply shifters; business firms face downward sloping demand curves; (Clarify the difference between … level of output. Identify the important information business people use to make good business choices regarding how much to produce: fixed cost … against each other in the market. All business environments are the same. All businesses that follow the MR=MC rule make a … everyone seems to want to be one? How can businesses stay in business when they don't earn a profit? Why is …
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