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  • Busy As a Beaver! - … with inches and centimeters (one for every child) worksheet 1--BUSY AS A BEAVER! Pretest worksheet 2--Beaver Measurement Recording Sheet … lesson. The chart should have the name of the lesson, Busy as a Beaver! at the top and then say, Beavers … words. Make sure you tell the students to be as Busy as a Beaver while filling out the worksheet. Math: Beaver … and finally with the brown acrylic covering. Resources Dabcovich, Lydia. Busy Beavers. New York: Scholastic Inc., 1988. Katz, Sue and Associates …
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  • Light! What a Great Idea! - … burning light bulb and http://www.mcgrawhill.ca/school/subjects/business+studies/_teachertips/_the+technology+time line.php for technology invented … about in more depth. http://www.mcgrawhill.ca/school/subjects/business+studies/_teachertips/_the+technology+timeline.ph Research an inventor to … Technology inventions 1900 2000 http://www.mcgrawhill.ca/school/subjects/business+studies/_teachertips/_the+tec hnology+timeline.php Safety: http://www …
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  • Creative Kids Go Pro - … , or students. At least one month in advance: Identify local businesses or community organizations that could benefit from having a brochure … be exploring this question throughout the project. Identify several local businesses or organizations that could use help with their public relations … different organizations. Gathering Information Once the students have identified the businesses or organizations to help, ask the students to consider the …
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  • Letter Writing and Snail Mail Relay - … Connection Writing Application Standard Benchmark C Produce letters (e.g., business, letters to the editor, job applications) that follow the conventional … developing your teacher letter.) Show students how to fold a business letter. 28. Instructional Tip: As students address their envelopes, urge … -assessment activity. This gives students another opportunity to use the business letter format in another venue. * The Snail Mail Relay Letter …
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  • Commercial Success? - … of Players at http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/01/business/media/20070201_SUPERBOWLADS_GRAPHIC.html. Also prior to class, write the following … interactive graphic at http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/01/business/media/20070201_SUPERBOWLADS_GRAPHIC.html. Choose from the entire portfolio of commercials … ? Write a reflection that responds to these questions. -Read all Business articles in The Times about advertising for the next month …
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  • Are You Being Served? - … you are a customer or client in this place of business. What qualities or characteristics might you expect the person helping … ? Are the same qualities equally important in different types of businesses? Why or why not? 2. As a class, read and … don'ts of customer service interactions at the places of business they discussed in the Warm-Up. Instruct them to use … learn their thoughts on customer service. How do they rate businesses (national chains and local shops) in the community? What do …
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  • New News Is Good News? - … " by David Carr (http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/29/business/media/29carr.html). This article, published on October 28, 2008 … My Thoughts Maureen Dowd looks at outsourcing of the newspaper business. Slideshow: Candy, Magazines, History Manhattan's traditional newsstands are starting … History - Research or create a timeline that chronicles the news business, including the rise of the print newspaper and the advent …
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  • Google vs. China: Considering Threats to Internet Freedom - … in the dispute between Google and China? What are the business, political, human rights and other key issues here? What sections … operations in China? What were its original conditions of doing business in China? What values are at stake here? What are … consider various types of responses, including diplomacy, censures, technological techniques, business models and more. Ask students to draw on what they …
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  • It's Gas, Gas, Gas - … , and income taxes; fees and licenses; taxes on corporations and businesses; borrowing) Language Arts Standard 1- Demonstrates competence in the general … economy the pursuit of economic self-interest directs people and businesses in most of their economic decisions Economics Standard 3- Understands … conduct of elections; chartering regional and local governments; licensing drivers, businesses, and professions) and concurrent powers, which are powers jointly held …
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  • Rockefeller's Revenge: Exxon and Mobil Unite - … endeavors and characteristics complement each other when dealing with their business? l. Evaluate the following quotation from Mr. Noto: "This is … well as other monopolies such as American Tobacco Company, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), General Mills, General Foods, American Telephone & Telegraph … : Knows that in a market economic system individual households and business firms make the major decisions about production and distribution in …
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