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  • Presentation Software - … will be able to complete: Vision statement Mission statement Business Logo Business Stationary Business Cards Company Overview Product or service strategy Market analysis … of a business plan Finance letter of a business plan Table of Contents of a business plan Title Page of a business plan Congratulations! You can now present your business plan …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Business Education - … . 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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  • Design a Business Card (3.5x2inches) Grades 9-12 - … the student experience is within the Business Education program and falls within the course of Business Analysis/Business Computer Applications as well as … students to the required components of a business cards.on what makes a good business card versus what makes a bad one … ) a scanner, (5) a color printer, (6) business card stock (76) an assortment of business cards found within the area, and lastly …
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  • Why cities provide tax breaks even when they are strapped for revenue - … tax incentives available to business owners looking to locate or expand business in Wilmington. 76.12.60.78/business.htm Grand Island, Nebraska … tax incentives available to business owners who want to locate or expand businesses in Grand Island. www.grandisland.org/business-recruitment/incentives/local … site lists and explains tax incentives available for businesses in Chesterfield as well as businesses that want to locate there. www.chesterfieldbusiness …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Hey, Get a Job! - … STUDENTS WILL Develop a list of child-appropriate jobs and business endeavors. For income derived from providing labor, providing goods, or services, determine who pays. Choose a business to pursue during non-school hours. Identifying the employers, customers … or veterinarian) or as a self-initiated business.] Are there any jobs or businesses on the master list that don't fit …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • What is Competition? - … different kind of competition. More specifically, they will learn about business competition. RESOURCES Interactive Activity: Students will learn about competition in … . In the article "Got Competition?" teen business owners discuss competition. http://career.berkeley.edu/Business/Business.stm Competition Pizza!: This is a great … .econedlink.org/lessons/index.php PROCESS What Is A Business? A business tries to make money by selling goods or providing a …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Create Your Own Business! - … that businesses need publicity materials, such as banners to introduce the business to the community; signs; and business cards. Explain that most businesses in America are small businesses. Make sure that students understand that many small businesses fail but …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Physical Location; How a Border Town Might Develop - … . Ask students to generate what other ideas for businesses and services the core business employees might need to live comfortably. Ask unemployed (not working for the core business) students to choose a business to own or work in and build it … land use issues through consensus with others Physical Geography: Choose businesses that are necessary, realistic and practical to develop the natural …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • An Attitude of Change - … to explain the PBS Video It's Strictly Business: importance of flexibility in business. "Responding to Change" Computers and Internet access Students … are valuable to the future important in today's business world. of businesses? How companies respond to change. What attitude is needed … , the company's attitude, and the be affecting business, change and the opportunities the business has for change. economy? Ask students what …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • What Is a Business? - … using resources, and when supplying the marketplace. (Business Choices) 1. Connect economic needs with businesses that meet them. 2. Select a particular … at the computers where the two business partners discuss pertinent topics and decisions regarding their businesses. As the students progress, the teacher … and Enrichment: The students are monitored as they pursue their business ventures. The teacher provides assistance through questions and suggestions to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
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