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  • The ABC Book of Boonville's Businesses, Organizations, and Services - … for specific Create informational pages about specific information businesses, organizations, and services Write a business letter Practice interview skills Write a survey … discussion could possibly fit business letter as a in the business class. letter. Correctly write a Guidelines for business letter for purpose the … The value of certain effective pages as to what businesses within the the businesses are, as well community as available employment within …
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  • Where There's Smoke, There's Fire - … the development of smoking policies for their businesses. 4. Develop written smoking policies for their businesses; defend their policies by responding to … easier student reference): - What groups of people related to your business smoke? (e.g., employees, patrons) - What might prompt these people … , cooperative, affiliated Extension Activities: 1. Interview business owners or managers in your community whose businesses institute smoking policies (such as restaurants, bars …
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  • Traffic pollution damages kids' lungs - … boring (underline). Road pollution / children's health / traffic / Southern California / busy highways / researchers / lungs / air / lung problems / community / child development Have … road produces lung problems." About a ____ moved away from busy roads during the study but stayed near the same community … Southern California c. ...children who lived within 500 meters of busy highways d. significantly weakened lungs e. Children could have breathing …
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  • Economics Standard Based Unit - … Subjects - Math, Language Arts, Multidisciplinary Grade Level - 2-5 Classroom Business Note from LessonPlansPage.com: This lesson plan uses a "Market … Activity: You are entrepreneurs of a classroom business. You have decided to open your business at school. You want to make products … . Be sure to include your resources, Human, Natural, and Capital, business involved, and your dialogue. Use economic vocabulary. Appendix B Role …
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  • Focus on Economic Data: U.S. Real GDP Growth, March 25, 2011 - … growth on the U.S. economy and individuals. KEY CONCEPTS Business Cycles, Coincident Indicators, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Lagging Indicators, Leading … .9 percent. Job gains occurred in manufacturing, construction, professional and business services, health care, and transportation and warehousing. Real GDP U … GDP from 2000 through 2010. Note the business cycles - periods of growth and decline. Business cycles are defined later in this lesson …
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  • A Question of Trust - … were businessmen from competing companies were not restricted from talking business among themselves.) After the "social gathering" (about 3-5 minutes … to determine who will attend the next social/business dinner. Announce the social/business dinner and invite representatives to the front of … Act has made the trust form of business organization illegal. Solicit reactions from the businesses. Ask for predictions about levels of output …
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  • Linear Functions: Are You Ready for the REAL World? ... - … the students thinking of running a manufacturing business. (Engage) What is the purpose of business? What basic things must be in place … talk about various reasons for owning a business. Is the only purpose of the business to make money or are there additional … 's choice. [Extension: Have students identify a business, and research the positions in that business, the job descriptions and the salary ranges …
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  • The ABC Book of Boonville's Businesses - … for specific information Create informational pages about specific businesses, organizations, and services Write a business letter Practice interview skills Write a survey … ideas that could possibly fit in the business letter. As a class, construct a business letter that states the purpose of the … of basic writing conventions to write letters of social correspondence (business and friendly) Creating an informational page using gathered information appropriately …
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  • One L.E.S.S. (Partners in Education Campaign Initiative) - … ) in the content areas of Business Essentials, Legal Environment of Business, Marketing Principles and English/Language Art; National Business Education Association (NBEA) Standards … traditional rhetorical strategies of narration, exposition, persuasion, and description. National Business Education Association (NBEA) Standards Communication I: Foundations of Communication Communicate … both print and electronic sources to avoid plagiarism * Write coherent business messages, instructions, descriptions, summaries, and reports using appropriate formats * Proofread …
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  • Employees, Taxes, and Ethics - … Started Key Vocabulary • Age discrimination • Child labor • Ethics • Ethics in business • Exporting environmental problems • Financial management ethics • Gender discrimination • Inhuman working … Product Assessment Criteria Group business ethics memos Teacher Resource 13.2: "Rubric: Business Ethics Memos" Student reviews of group business ethics memos Teacher … jail. • 8 Ethics are an essential part of the business world. For businesses, ethical behavior has significant consequences for the bottom line …
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