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Business Management and Administration: Compound Interest - A Millionaire's Best Friend
Many math concepts are covered through this resource: percentages, decimals, ratios, exponential functions, graphing, rounding, order of operations, estimation, and solving equations. Colorful worksheets and a link to a Google search for fractals images are included. Note that the lesson plan states it is the second of five lessons in an investing unit, but the other pieces were not located on the publisher's website. The lesson does, however, hold plenty of value on its own.
Taking Care of Business
Young adults consider the application of technology and communication in the business and management career cluster. They research careers in the cluster and discuss what skills are required to be successful. They use their findings to create a poster on business careers.
What is Entrepreneurship?
Eighth graders describe the entrepreneurial process and how it relates to the economy. They work together in small groups to answer questions and participate in small business groups. They use the internet to gather information as well.
International Business Travel Project
High schoolers research and develop a plan for an international business trip. They conduct Internet research, prepare a structured itinerary, and develop an oral presentation that includes a pie chart itemizing the trip's expenses.
Students explore the concept of collaboration. In this teamwork lesson, students use handheld computers to evaluate the role of cooperation in today's business world.
Job Shadow Experience
Students in a Business Management and Administrative Services program job shadow for 8 hours with a business. They conduct an interview with a working employee during the job shadow experience and then prepare a PowerPoint presentation on the career.
What's Wong? What's Right?
Explore the ethics, responsibilities, and impacts of the career cluster that relates to law. Learners examine various cases where legal action was taken and resulted in a consequence. They'll act out various scenarios, research jobs in the law career cluster, and create a visual representation of the job in that cluster they'd most like to do.
Exploring "My Market"
A great way to determine if a career is right for you is to try it out. Learners explore the marketing career cluster by interviewing a person working in the marketing field and by developing a marketing-related service learning project. They brainstorm a list of marketing careers and compare them to careers in business or administration.
Line 'Em Up!
Coordinate planes and Cartesian graphing systems are the focus of this math lesson plan. Learners use video, internet activities, and engage in hands-on activities in order to explore coordinate planes. The materials needed for this lesson plan are included in the teacher prep section of the lesson plan.
The Importance of Recycling Batteries
Students discover the types of batteries and their uses. They experience static electricity by rubbing glass jars and using it to raise their hair. After discussing the importance of recycling batteries and using ones that are rechargeable, they build homemade wet cells based on the Voltaic cell.
Resource Sharing Between Chemistry Labs
Students assume the role of community college instructors researching the feasibility of resource (chemicals, supplies, equipment) sharing between community colleges. They explore safety issues pertaining to chemical transport, storage, and disposal.
"An American Story"--The Responsibility of Citizenship
Students describe the importance of being a responsible citizen. In this philanthropic actions instructional activity, students view "An American Story" and identify examples from the movie. Students discuss and recognize philanthropic behaviors in the community through interviews and research.
Chemical Calculations and Chemical Formulas
In this stoichiometry worksheet, students calculate molar masses, empirical and molecular formulas to solve 105 problems and short answer questions.
Destructive Impact of Environment on Artifacts
Students recognize that artifacts are destroyed over time. In this environmental factors on artifacts instructional activity, students experiment and observe through the microscope to find the environmental impact on artifacts. Students make a list of the different issues facing places that preserve artifacts.
Medical Explorer: The Big Idea
Read informational text which relays how medical care differs around the globe and throughout history. There are three separate lessons, each focused on a particular case study, regional medical availability, and cultural norms. Learners use the provided information to analyze and research a medical condition and possible treatment plan. This is a very complete series which includes worksheets, case studies, background information, narratives, and a glossary.
Tootsie Roll, Tootsie Roll, Who Art Thou?
Learners discuss gender role stereotyping and males and females in non-traditional work roles. They debate and discuss opinions as a group, and then as a class, concerning "men only" and "women only" jobs
Chapter 10: Chemical Calculations and Chemical Equations
In this chemical equations worksheet, students write and balance chemical reactions. They complete 98 short answer and problem solving questions on molarity and chemical equations.
Business and Industry Operations
Twelfth graders are put into business management teams. Each week one leader research one of the following topics: Management, Leadership, Teamwork, and Ethics in Business. They give presentations to the class on their topic of study.
Alicia Keys, Songs in A Minor
Students watch a video about Alicia Keys and discuss the business side of her career. Groups role-play producers for her new album taking on the responsibility for all aspects, including budgets, contracts, song production, and advertising.
The Insights of American Blacks During the 19th and 20th Centuries in New Haven, Connecticut
Students examine the contributions of African Americans in New Haven, Connecticut in the 19th and 20th centuries. After being introduced to new vocabulary, they review the elements of autobiographies and read excerpts of African American authors. To end the lesson they wrwite their own autobiography and interview a parent to gather more about their family history.