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Introduction to Business

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DATE
STUDENT ACTIVITIES
DAILY OBJECTIVE
RESOURCES
MON AUG 27
Course Description, Rules, and Grading Policy (PPT)
Students will get familiar with classroom, instructor, rules, and technology.
Course Syllabus
Semester Plan
TUE AUG 28

In-Class Activity:

Ranking Criminal Offenses

  1. Differentiate the relationship between ethics and the law.
  2. Should decisions about law by based soley on ethics or opinions?
  3. Explain whether ethical and legal principles ever conflict.
  4. Distinguish unethical from illegal behavior.
Criminal Offenses
WED AUG 29

Intro to Criminal Law PowerPoint (through Murder)

Civil v. Criminal Law Handout

  1. Identify the major classes of crimes.
  2. Describe elements of a crime.
  3. Distinguish among a variety of particular crimes.
  4. Discuss motive and determine how much proof is needed to convict someone of a crime.
  5. Differentiate between the penalties for committing felonies and misdemeanors.
  6. Discuss the concept of “white collar crime” and provide examples.
  7. Define different types of business crime (e.g., arson, forgery, and embezzlement).
  8. Differentiate between criminal and civil law.
Criminal Law
THU AUG 30

Continue Criminal Law Powerpoint

Propose a Law Worksheet

  1. Identify the major classes of crimes.
  2. Describe elements of a crime.
  3. Distinguish among a variety of particular crimes.
Proposed Law Worksheet
     

MON SEPT 3

NO SCHOOL

TUE SEPT 4

Finish Propose a Law Worksheet
(Try to Find Ways to Break w/ Partner and/or Class)

Top Ten Dumbest Criminals/Silly Laws

Criminal/Civil Worksheet

Criminal vs. Civil Worksheets (Practical Work and Case Study)

  1. Discuss motive and determine how much proof is needed to convict someone of a crime.
  2. Differentiate between the penalties for committing felonies and misdemeanors.
  3. Discuss the concept of “white collar crime” and provide examples.
  4. Define different types of business crime (e.g., arson, forgery, and embezzlement).
  5. Differentiate between criminal and civil law.

Quick Video Shots:

Plea Bargain Struck In Gardner Fight Case


Teen Suspect Rejects Plea Deal in Murder Case

Silly Laws

WED SEPT 5

Continue Criminal Law Powerpoint

Yakima v. LA Crime Statistics

In-class Vocabulary Word Match

Newspaper Article with Focus Questions

  1. Explain the defenses available to criminal defendants.
  2. Summarize the penalties provided under criminal statutes.
  3. Discuss the consequences of violating criminal and civil law in different countries.
  4. Analyze the statutory and Supreme Court criteria for imposing the death penalty.
  5. Determine and write about several defenses to criminal acts (e.g., insanity defense and self-defense).

Crime Statistics Website

WA Crime Statistics

Vocabulary Word Match (Focus Questions on Back-Side)

THU SEPT 6

Socrative Quiz: Criminal Law

Defense to Crimes Powerpoint

Play by the Rules and Scenario Worksheets

Crimes against People and Property (As Class)

4 Criminal Cases Worksheet (Answer as Review as Class if Time Permits)

Defenses to Crimes

Case Studies Worksheet: Criminal and Civil Law

Criminal Cases

Crimes Against People / Property

FRI SEPT 7
Law and Order: Veteran's Day
  1. Use video to reinforce various vocabulary and concepts discussed this week, including the difficulty in proving self-defense and insanity in the court of law.
  2. Distinguish between unethical and illegal behavior.
  3. Analyze case and verdict to generalize, express insight, and respond by connecting case to other situations.
Law and Order Worksheet

Veteran's Day Episode: An angry veteran whose son died in Iraq claims extreme emotional disturbance after he is charged with killing a young Iraq War protester he thought was provoking him.

     
MON SEPT 10

Socrative Quiz: Criminal v. Civil

Discuss Law and Order Worksheet

Introduction to Civil Law: Tort Law

  1. Distinguish between a tort and a crime.
  2. Differentiate between and give examples of negligence and intentional torts.
  3. Explain the concepts of the reasonable person and proximate cause.
  4. Explain the concept of strict liability and describe circumstances under which it is imposed.
  5. Describe the penalties available in criminal law and the remedies available in tort law.
  6. Discuss the impact and consequences of selected tort and criminal violations on businesses.

Tort Law

Criminal vs. Civil Law Worksheet

TUE SEPT 11

PC: Put the Blame on Pam Boys

A Dangerous Skateboard Ride Scenario (Negligence)

People's Court Video
Explosive Phone Call

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Dangerous Skateboard Ride (PDF)

 

WED SEPT 12

Food Handlers Permit Tests

THU SEPT 13

PBS Video: The OJ Verdict

Accompanying OJ Worksheet

  1. Discuss the media frenzy, the "mountain of evidence" and the twists and turns in the yearlong O.J. Simpson case, smoldered a fundamental clash between how black and white America viewed the criminal justice system.
  2. Discuss the evidence and Evaluate the Prosection and the Defense's Cases.
  3. What was the verdict of the criminal case and why?
  4. Discuss the civil case against O.J. and explain the verdict in that case as well as why the different outcomes were reached in the two cases.

OJ Worksheet

FRI SEPT 14

UW Law Scenarios

Think-Pair-Share

  1. Understand the basic difference between civil and criminal laws.
  2. Understand the basic elements of negligence and defenses thereto.
  3. Understand the factors that courts consider when determining whether a duty existed and whether it was breached.
UW Tort Negligence Scenarios
     
MON SEPT 17

Law and Order: Blaze

Law and Order Worksheet

STORE TRAINING

  1. Use video to reinforce various vocabulary and concepts discussed this week, including the difficulty in proving self-defense and insanity in the court of law.
  2. Distinguish between unethical and illegal behavior.
  3. Evaluate the concept of "a reasonable person test" and proximate cause.
  4. Determine whether a defense like self-defense can be used effectively when a defendent isn't "really" threatened.
  5. Analyze case and verdict to generalize, express insight, and respond by connecting case to other situations.

Blaze Episode: The leader of a rock band is accused of tampering with a flamethrower at a concert, which caused the deaths of 23 people. However, an enamored teenage fan may be willing to commit perjury to give him an alibi.


TUE SEPT 18

Law Questions for Review

Tort Law Review Sheet

Review key vocabulary terms associated with criminal, civil, and tort law.  
WED SEPT 19

Test Review

Answers to Review Sheets

Visit Website for Famous Criminals as Class

  1. Review key vocabulary terms.
  2. Discuss similarities and differences to different structures of law.
  3. Discuss the various types of crimes.
  4. Dicuss how the legal system works.

THU SEPT 20
Assessment on Criminal, Civil, and Tort Law
FRI SEPT 21

Law and Order: C.O.D.

Law and Order Worksheet

STORE TRAINING

  1. Use video to reinforce property law: The legal rules that apply to personal property, real property, and intellectual property.
  2. Identify extraordinary obligations as it pertains to real property.
  3. Analyze case and verdict to generalize, express insight, and respond by connecting case to other situations.

COD: Two women are accused of conspiring to murder each other's husbands, but Jack and Serena are forced to try the cases simultaneously and separately


     
MON SEPT 24

Socrative Quiz: Intro to Contract

Notes: Elements of a Contract and Types of Contracts, Offer, and Acceptance

  1. Explain how offer and acceptance can create contractual rights and duties.
  2. Understand the purposes and functions of contractual law.
Contract Notes
TUE SEPT 25
Notes: Genuine Agreement; Consideration, Capacity, Legality
  1. Determine whether or not an agreement is definite enought to be enforced as a contract.
  2. Differentiate between the ways that assent can be undermined (fraud, misrepresentation, duress, and undue influence).
  3. Define and distinguish between different types of consideration and list the exceptions to the requirements of consideration.
  4. Explain a minor's right to avoid a contract.
  5. Explain the legal arguement that "infancy is a shield, not a sword."

People's Court Video
Knish Wars, Car Wash, or Blame Pam

 

WED SEPT 26

Half Day

Discuss Juvenile Law

How Should a Juvenile Be Treated Worksheet

Finish Notes

  1. Identify various situations in which in which people lack contractual capacity.
  2. List the essential information that should be included in writing under the statute of frauds.
  3. Explain the parole evidence rule.
  4. Explain third party contracts.
  5. List the ways a contract can be void, voided, or voidable.
  6. Discuss breach of contract and the remedies available.

Juvenile Law Information

People's Court Video
Bingo You Lose

Chapter 26.28 RCW AGE OF MAJORITY

Juvenile Questions

Contract Question Worksheet

THU SEPT 27

Consumer Law Class Quiz

Seattle Times Article: Same Crime Different Sentence, Why?

Seattle Trip Information

  1. Explain the law of sale of goods under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC).
  2. Clarify when sales contracts must be in writing and state the exceptions.

Consumer Law Cases: Card for Yes or No on Contracts
Two Cases; Seattle Times Article

FRI SEPT 28

Parts to a Contract Notes

Worksheet: Can the Minor Void this Contract?

  1. Clarify when sales contracts must be in writing and state the exceptions.
  2. Differentiate between special rules that apply to sales contracts that do not apply to other contracts.

People's Court Video
Who Will Care for Mr. Snow

Consumer Law Cases: Card for Yes or No on Contracts
Two Cases; Seattle Times Article

     
MON OCT 1

Contract Review Fill-In Worksheet

  1. Review of standards for the unit involving contract law from previous week.
  2. Review worksheets for understanding of concepts and discuss Thursdays assesment of understanding.
 
TUE OCT 2

Go Over Contract Review Fill-In

Contract Worsksheet Review (Short Answer)

Contract Review
WED OCT 3

PC: Do the Clothes Make the Democrat

Go Over Review Worksheet

Test Review

 

THU OCT 4
Quiz on Contract Law
FRI OCT 5

INVENTORY SCHOOL STORE

  1. Maintain business records to facilitate business operations.
  2. Summarize mathemetaical ideas with precision and efficiency for a given audience and purpose.
  3. Analyze a problem situation and represent it mathematically.
  4. Select and apply strategies to solve problems.

 

 

     
MON OCT 8

Introduction to Credit: Credit Drives America Quiz

Charging Example with Online Credit Calculator

  1. Students will take a quiz to pre-test their knowledge on the world of credit.
  2. A broad overview of credit will be discussed to drive future objectives.
  3. Students will learn the impact of "paying the minimum" balance on credit cards through an online simulator.

Cool Credit Card & Ford Credit Quiz
Credit Card

 

TUE OCT 9

 

Credit Card Notes

Checking on Forms of Credit Worksheet

  1. Credit card companies target young adults to open credit cards either on a college campus or in many retail locations. No matter what you do after high school, most likely a credit card will be marketed to them and how we can be personally affected at a young age.
  2. Read and answer questions for understanding of where credit began and how it has evolved to where it is today.
  3. Discover the importance of establishing a credit history and understand how credit history is built.
  4. Understand why banks issue credit.

 

Credit PowerPoint

Bank Rate

WED OCT 10

(PSAT, Juniors Gone)

Dear Abby for Teen Credit Article

Selling Students Credit PowerPoint

Reading a Credit Statement Worksheet

Compare how personal beliefs are shaped by the media, specifically how credit card brands and issuers, influence our perception of the good life.

Selling Students Credit PowerPoint

Credit Card Activity: Page 4-5

THU OCT 11

Video: Buyer Be Aware

Debt Nation Article and Questions

  1. Credit card companies target young adults to open credit cards either on a college campus or in many retail locations. No matter what you do after high school, most likely a credit card will be marketed to them and how we can be personally affected at a young age.
  2. Read and answer questions for understanding of where credit began and how it has evolved to where it is today.
  3. Discover the importance of establishing a credit history and understand how credit history is built.
  4. Understand why banks issue credit.
Debt Nation Worksheet
FRI OCT 12

Credit Webquest

Compare and contrast various credit cards from various credit card companies and discover what might be best for the individual student.
Credit Card Webquest
     
MON OCT 15

INVENTORY SCHOOL STORE

Introduce Budgeting and Saving

Budgeting Activity

  1. Discuss budgeting strategies and safe percentages for spending on major budget items.
  2. Explain various expenses and differentiate between variable and fixed expenses.
  3. School Store:
    • Maintain business records to facilitate business operations.
    • Summarize mathemetaical ideas with precision and efficiency for a given audience and purpose.
    • Analyze a problem situation and represent it mathematically.
    • Select and apply strategies to solve problems.

Checking Account PowerPoint

Budgeting PowerPoint

Budgeting Activity (Pages 11-14)

TUE OCT 16
WED OCT 17

Investment Discussion: The Rule of 72 (Worksheet)

Introduce Stock Market on Yahoo.com

Discuss Penny Stocks

Stock Symbol Worksheet

Stock Name Worksheet

JUNIORS TESTING WED-THU

  1. Discuss various investment strategies.
  2. Students will learn how to manage their portfolio via an on-line simulator.
  3. Evaluate various forms of investment strategies and the risk involve.
  4. Use simple math to figure a stock's yield.
  5. Explain round and odd lots for stock orders and what can cause market fluctuation.
  6. Use the internet to match a stock symbol to the name of the company. Explain difference between corporation and brand.

Stock Market

Stock Symbol

Stock Name

 

THU OCT 18
FRI OCT 19
Look Stocks up on Internet for Stock Simulation Game Explain how to read stock tables in the newspaper and on the web and the various abbreviations.  
     
MON OCT 22
Stock Notes PowerPoint
  1. Discuss the history of the stock market and the various exchanges.
  2. Explain various theories on investing in the stock market.
Stock Market
TUE OCT 23

Register on Stock Market Simulator (Market Watch)

Research Stocks

  1. Register on on-line stock simulation and purchase stocks by symbol name.
  2. Students will learn how to manage their portfolio via an on-line simulator.

WED OCT 24

Half Day

Buy Stocks (Minimum of 5, As Close to $15000 as Possible)
  1. Register on on-line stock simulation and purchase stocks by symbol name.
  2. Students will learn how to manage their portfolio via an on-line simulator.

THU OCT 25

Check Stocks on Simulator

Finish Worksheet Packet; Mark Cuban Indicted on Insider Trading by Securities Exchange Commission (Civil Law Suit for $750,000)

Stock Table Worksheet

  1. Students will understand how to check the stock market and read a stock table online and in print form.
  2. Students will use simple math to find the earnings from a simulated stock scenario.
  3. Students will locate various information about companies and stockes from Yahoo Finance.
Stock Table Worksheet
FRI OCT 26

Finish Notes on Stocks

Check Stocks

Stock Scavenger Hunt Worksheet

Stock Market Scavenger Hunt
     
MON OCT 29

Finish Scavenger Hunt Worksheet

  1. Maintain business records to facilitate business operations.
  2. Summarize mathemetaical ideas with precision and efficiency for a given audience and purpose.
  3. Analyze a problem situation and represent it mathematically.
  4. Select and apply strategies to solve problems.

 

 

TUE OCT 30

Review for Test

GAME: PIT

  1. Review goals and standards for unit.
  2. Students interact with one another similarly to the atmosphere that is created on Wall Street.
 
WED OCT 31

Review for Test

Review goals and standards for unit.  
THU NOV 1

Assessment on Budgeting and Investing

FRI NOV 2

Understanding Marketing Concepts Notes

Alphabet PowerPoint

INVENTORY SCHOOL STORE

Introduce the students to the world of advertising and branding and the overwhelming world of consumerism.

Marketing Concept PowerPoint

Alphabet PowerPoint

Logo PowerPoint

     
MON NOV 5

Understanding Marketing Concepts Notes

Print Advertisement Homework Activity

  1. Introduce the students to the world of advertising and branding and the overwhelming world of consumerism.
  2. Apply features of a product/service to a benefit derived in order to create selling points.

Marketing Concept PowerPoint

Who Am I? Logo Quiz

TUE NOV 6

Seattle Business and Marketing Trip (Students Gone)

Experience the role economics played in the building of Qwest and Safeco fields and how these two stadiums impact the Seattle economy. Understand how the Mariners and First and Goal market the teams/stadiums to their specific markets.
WED NOV 7

Notes; Practice 'V' for Target Market

Design and Market Your Car Project

Students will artisically create their own automobile.

Students will demonstrate how to market the features of their automobile to a target market.

Market Your Own Car Project

Target V

THU NOV 8
FRI NOV 9
Work on Project; Due Monday at the End of Class

Students will artistically create their own automobile.

Students will demonstrate how to market the features of their automobile to a target market.

Target V
     

MON NOV 12

NO SCHOOL

MON NOV 13

Work on Project

Students will artistically create their own automobile.

Students will demonstrate how to market the features of their automobile to a target market.

Target V
WED NOV 14

Finish Project Due Today at the Beginning of Class Thursday

What is Promotion Notes

 

  1. Describe the factors that influence customer –business relationships (e.g., return policies, pricing, distribution and advertising)
  2. Understand the promotional channels used to communicate with targeted audiences.
  3. Explain types of advertising media.
  4. Describe word-of-mouth channels used to communicate with targeted audiences.
  5. Discuss direct marketing channels.
  6. Identify communications channels used in sales promotion.
  7. Explain communications channels used in public-relations activities.
Promotion Notes
THU NOV 15

What is Promotion Notes

Publicity: Find a Press Release and Answer Questions on Board

Promotion Notes
FRI NOV 16

Video: The Persuaders; Advertising Questions

Define an area to map, then the students determine how to count ads and how to represent the data they find. For example, students might create a color-coded blueprint of their school building to indicate the number of ads per square yard.

  1. Describe how marketing has an impact on society beyond its ability to convince consumers to buy a particular product or not.
  2. Describe the responsibilities of an advertiser in a democratic society and then assign them to develop a code of ethics for sponsors and creators of advertising.
  3. Advertising Map: How did you define "ad"? Where was advertising most common and what were the ads for? Can you draw any general conclusions about the prevalence or absence of advertising in your environment?
     
MON NOV 19

Video: The Persuaders; Advertising Questions

Define an area to map, then the students determine how to count ads and how to represent the data they find. For example, students might create a color-coded blueprint of their school building to indicate the number of ads per square yard.

INVENTORY SCHOOL STORE

  1. Describe how marketing has an impact on society beyond its ability to convince consumers to buy a particular product or not.
  2. Describe the responsibilities of an advertiser in a democratic society and then assign them to develop a code of ethics for sponsors and creators of advertising.
  3. Advertising Map: How did you define "ad"? Where was advertising most common and what were the ads for? Can you draw any general conclusions about the prevalence or absence of advertising in your environment?
TUE NOV 20

What is Promotion Notes, Finish

 
Promotion Notes

WED NOV 21

Half Day

Target Market Activity Students will identify verbal/auditory recall cues associated with advertising slogans.
Target Market Slogans
     

NO SCHOOL

THANKSGIVING BREAK

     
MON NOV 26

Introducting to Advertising

  1. Define nature and scope of advertising.
  2. Explain the background of today's advertising.
  3. Compare and contrast old and new broadcast and print ads.
  4. Understand benefits and limitations of multiple forms of media.
  5. Explain how advertising affects the market place.
  6. Explain the communication process used in promotion.

Intro to Advertising

Best Print Ads 2011

Advertising Age: Timeline

 

TUE NOV 27

Why Media Matters?

  1. Explain the role of promotion as a marketing function.
  2. Explain the types of promotion.
  3. Identify the elements of the promotion mix.
  4. Identify the parts of a print advertisement.

Why Media Matters?

Print Advertising Creation

WED NOV 28

Print Ad Project

  1. Explain the role of promotion as a marketing function.
  2. Explain the types of promotion.
  3. Identify the elements of the promotion mix.
  4. Collaborate with classmates to analyze profit and loss.
  5. Collaborate with classmates to mathematically compute inventory.
  6. Collaborate with a team member to analyze buying and purchasing decisions.

Student Bat Example

Ad Parody

THU NOV 29

Creating a Print Advertisement
1. Voice Activated Night Light
2. Parody
3. Choice

Work on Print Ads; Due Wednesday at End of Period

INVENTORY SCHOOL STORE

  1. Persuade others.
  2. Explain the nature of written communications.
  3. Write informational messages.
  4. Write persuasive messages.
  5. Organizes ideas and communicates non-verbal messages to listeners.

 

FRI NOV 30
     
MON DEC 3
Corporation Marketing Campaign Project
  1. Persuade others.
  2. Explain the nature of written communications.
  3. Write informational messages.
  4. Write persuasive messages.
  5. Organizes ideas and communicates non-verbal messages to listeners.
  6. Explain the types of promotion.
  7. Identify the elements of the promotion mix.
  8. Identify the parts of a print advertisement.
Marketing Campaign Project
TUE DEC 4
Work on Marketing Campaign Project
  1. Persuade others.
  2. Explain the nature of written communications.
  3. Write informational messages.
  4. Write persuasive messages.
  5. Organizes ideas and communicates non-verbal messages to listeners.
  6. Explain the types of promotion.
  7. Identify the elements of the promotion mix.
  8. Identify the parts of a print advertisement.
 
WED DEC 5
Work on Marketing Campaign Project  
THU DEC 6

Work on Marketing Campaign Project

Due Beginning of Class

Marketing Review Worksheets

  1. Determine advantages and disadvantages for various types of advertising media.
  2. Review vocabulary related to promotion and advertising media.
  3. Use basic math functions to alculate advertising media rates.
Promotion and Advertising Media Worksheets
FRI DEC 7

Finish Review Worksheets

Discuss Test Tomorrow

Review goals and standards for unit.  
     
MON DEC 10
Test on Marketing Concepts
TUE DEC 11
Economics PowerPoint
  1. Students will gain a broad understanding of what an economy consists of.
  2. Understanding of how value and utility determines pricing and how this process is affected.

Intro to Economics PowerPoint

Student Notes

WED DEC 12

Entry Question: Think about the process of making popcorn. Describe how the factors of production are used in this process.

Factors of Production Worksheet

Students will identify scarce products and explain why and explain which factor of production is involved.
Factors of Production Worksheet
THU DEC 13

Free Enterprise PowerPoint

Factors of Production Workseet

  1. Significance of competition and how businesses compete with one another.
  2. Why do nations establish economic systems to make these types of decisions?
  3. Comparison of different forms of economic systems as described by levels of government involvement.

Free Enterprise PowerPoint

Student Notes

Factors of Production Worksheet

FRI DEC 14

Factors of Production PowerPoint; Students Create and Print Out, Due End Monday

  1. Students will identify the resources used in the production of various goods and economics decisions related.
  2. Students will understand how the factors of production affect prices.
  3. Students will use technology to create a document to reflect understanding of associated terminology.

Student Project Example

     
MON DEC 17

Factors of Production PowerPoint; Students Create and Print Out, Due End Monday

  1. Students will identify the resources used in the production of various goods and economics decisions related.
  2. Students will understand how the factors of production affect prices.
  3. Students will use technology to create a document to reflect understanding of associated terminology.

 

TUE DEC 18

Half Day

INVENTORY SCHOOL STORE
WED JAN 2
Forms of Business Lecture
  1. Describe the characteristics of a small business.
  2. Explain what being an entrepreneur means.
  3. Explain how smalbusiness/entrepreneurship influences the U.S. economy.
  4. List four ways to enter into business.
Forms of Business
THU JAN 3

Parts to a Business Plan Lecture

Examples of Business Plans

Work on Business Plan (Executive Summary)

  1. Students will explore, interpret and analyze the qualities and habits of successful entrepreneurs.
  2. Students will use technology to create a business plan to include a company description and a specific plan of action for its product, operation, financial profile, and marketing strategy.

Parts of a Business Plan

Sample Business Plans

FRI JAN 4
     
MON JAN 7
Work on Business Plan (Executive Summary)
  1. List the element of a business plan and describe its purpose.
  2. Explain how recognizing cause and effect can help when making a business plan.
  3. List the three types of business ownership and explain advantages & disadvantages of each.
  4. Describe how management plan identifies the key people in a business.
  5. Tell how an operating plan describes the production requirements of a business.
  6. Describe the content of the financial plan portion of a business plan.
  7. Identify sources for obtaining capital to start or expand a business.
  8. Explain why predicting a consequence is important for business people.
 
TUE JAN 8
Work on Business Plan (Product and Service Description)  
WED JAN 9
Work on Business Plan (Product and Service Description)  
THU JAN 10

Work on Business Plan (Industry Overview and Market Analysis)

If Students are Ahead of Pace, Introduce Presentation Template

Market Analysis:

Fact Finder for Business Stats

Fact Finder for Population

Wholesale & Retail Trade: Retail Trade Sales

Arts, Recreation, & Travel: Consumer Expenditures

Consumer Spending by Age

Spending by Age Article

FRI JAN 11
Work on Business Plan (Industry Overview and Market Analysis)  
     

MON JAN 14

Work on Business Plan (Industry Overview and Market Analysis)

INVENTORY SCHOOL STORE

  1. Maintain business records to facilitate business operations.
  2. Summarize mathemetaical ideas with precision and efficiency for a given audience and purpose.
  3. Analyze a problem situation and represent it mathematically.
 
TUE JAN 15

Work on Business Plan (Competitors)

  1. Use vocabulary (word meaning) strategies to comprehend text.
  2. Apply strategies to comprehend words and ideas.
  3. Understand and apply content/academic vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text, including vocabularies relevant to different contexts, cultures, and communities.Demonstrate evidence of reading comprehension.
  4. Apply comprehension monitoring strategies for informational and technical materials, complex narratives, and expositions: use prior knowledge.
  5. Apply comprehension monitoring strateges for informational and technical materials, complex narratives, and expositions: monitor for meaning, create mental images, and generate and answer questions.
  6. Understand and apply knowledge of text components to comprehend text.
  7. Apply understanding of complex organizational features of printed text and electronic sources.
  8. Evaluate informational materials, including electronic sources, for effectiveness.
  9. Analyze web-based and other resource materials (including primary sources and secondary sources) for relevance in answering research questions.
  10. Apply understanding of complex information, including functional documents, to perform a task.
  11. Apply appropriate reading strategies for interpreting technical and non-technical documents used in job-related settings.
  12. Analyzes and selects effective strategies for generating ideas and planning writing.
  13. Publishes in formats that are appropriate for specific audiences and purposes.
Presentation Template

WED JAN 16

Half Day

Work on Business Plan (Competitors)

 

 

THU JAN 19
Work on Business Plan (Market and Sales Plans)  
FRI JAN 20
Work on Business Plan (Market and Sales Plans)  
     
MON JAN 21
No School

In Observance of Martin Luther King, Jr.
MON JAN 22
Work on Business Plan (Executive Summary)
  1. Produces documents used in career setting.
  2. Analyzes and selects effective organizational structure.
  3. Spells accurately in final draft.
  4. Applies punctuation rules.
  5. Applies usage rules.
  6. Uses complete sentences in writing.
  7. Applies paragraph conventions.
  8. Publish
 
TUE JAN 23
Work on Business Plan (Executive Summary)  
CONGRATULATIONS!
You Made It.....End of Semester

 

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