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  • Banks, Bankers, Banking - … processes associated with banking. Recognize the importance of politeness in business relationships. INTRODUCTION Banks are very important. Just like a piggy … customer and a teller speak, it is called a "business relationship." In business relationships, politeness is always important. When the customer gives … roles of bank employees, and the importance of politeness in business interactions. Take note of each student's performance in the …
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  • Lowell Workers and Producers Respond to Incentives - … web sites and answering several questions, students will learn that business leaders and workers responded quickly when economic opportunities were presented … nature of the young American economy in the early 1800s. Business leaders and workers responded quickly when economic opportunities were presented … not ready for war.] Who was hurt by the embargo? [Businesses in New England who couldn't trade with foreign nations …
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  • History of monopolies in the United States. - … the United States have existed in many forms. When a business dominates a market, its market power makes it a monopoly. How these businesses use their market power will determine the legality of the … ? Or can Microsoft keep its status as the largest software business in the world? Only time will tell. ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY What … your definition of profit? [Profit is the value gained from business operations.] Using the examples of the railroad and computer industry …
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  • What Happened to Railroads? - … 1960s and what helped the freight transport portion of the business return to profitability later in the same century. Students analyze … satellite service, respectively.] Clues #1 & 3: Government policies such as business regulation often yield a combination of benefits and costs. What … Act of 1980, freed freight railroads to operate like other businesses. Mobility of resources was restored and freight prices were able …
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  • Lemonade For Sale! - … entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs use their skills and initiative to launch new business ventures. Their goal, usually, is to earn a profit. They … help students understand how day-to-day decisions affect a business, and to appreciate the risks entrepreneurs accept daily. Would your … been multiple factors influencing the success of the student's businesses (supply and demand, weather, price per cup, etc.)? Under what …
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  • Our Changing Community - … located? How will adding those businesses impact the community? Have students create some businesses. Discuss where those businesses will go. Will trees need … be responsible for creating homes, while another class creates the businesses. As the community grows and changes, discuss how those changes …
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  • Multicultural Awareness and Appreciation Adaptation - … will learn about Asia and then write a business proposal to start a new business in Asia or Africa. At the end … lesson, each student will create a page for his/her business proposal showing the knowledge gained in that lesson. At the … to put together with his/her completed work, creating a business proposal suggesting the best location in Asia and Africa for an American business to invest. Days Two through Six Identifying Regions of Asia …
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  • An Alternative to the "What I Did on Summer Vacation - What I Can Do on Summer Vacation." - … Arts Extensions for: Science, Math, Social Studies, English, Art, Journalism, Business, Music BACKGROUND INFORMATION Wetlands are a prime natural resource and … articles, pictures, and interviews about wetlands' problems. G. Business: Create a scenario where business people must choose between gross profits and the … (yours) City, State, zip Date (skip a line) Name of Business or Individual Street Address City, State, zip Dear Sir/Madam …
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  • Pollution Prevention - … agency to obtain the names of local manufacturers and other businesses that have active pollution prevention programs. Have students interview officials … and prevent pollution. As an alternative, invite local manufacturers and business owners to come to the class to discuss their pollution … at Home and Cleaning Up Toxics in Business outline ways in which citizens and small businesses can significantly reduce pollution. Each tape …
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  • Exploring U.S. Motives Behind WWII Imprisonment and Deportation of German, Japanese, and Italian Latin Americans - … . Germans in particular had built up large businesses in Latin America. Destroying the businesses through blacklists and removing the German owners allowed … legal residents in order to confiscate their properties? Were big businesses in the United States eager to have their companies replace … .S. to use concerns about security to get rid of business owners and replace them with American companies? Prisoner exchange: Was …
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