Corporation Teacher Resources
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High schoolers explore and debate the advantages and disadvantages of corporate social responsibility versus increased government regulation. They create a board game to give an employee an opportunity to rise to the top of a large company.
Young scholars use the Internet to analyze and compare corporate codes of conduct of Canadian companies.
Students summarize Web articles to evaluate transnational corporations. Students will research and write about impacts, influences and importance of these international companies.
Students examine corporate human rights policies. In this business ethics lesson, students read articles and conduct research that allows them to respond to and discuss the provided business ethics questions.
Students explore ethics. In this business ethics lesson, students discuss corporate responsibilities to society as they read selected articles on the topic. Students consider various scenarios that encourage authentic student discussion and the formulation of guidelines and principles in the business world.
Investigate the delicate balance of corporate loans; Sal lays it out as corporations in need of loans, companies giving them out, and the risk of insurers. Learners are introduced to hedge funds and explore how an investor could back multiple loans even if they don't actually have the amount in assets, relying on other companies not to default. He also briefly demonstrates the "house of cards" that collapses if one company goes under.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students examine the chart that includes the names of 20 corporations. Students identify the names of the cities the corporations are located in.
Students examine how Disney learned from past experience to adapt its business plan for a new cultural environment. They research a foreign country and develop their own plan for introducing a new company there.
Students first participate in an in-depth discussion about capitalism, monopolies, trusts, mergers, and the Sherman Antitrust Act. They work in groups to investigate past examples of corporations tried for antitrust act violations.
Young scholars research the allegations of unfair or illegal business practices of various corporations, then create media campaigns that seek to improve the companies' images.
High schoolers develop an understanding of philanthropy through definition and actions. Students to get to know themselves and their classmates by engaging in activities imbedded in this lesson. They investigate the types of philanthropic institutions: charities and community foundations, and family, corporate and independent foundations found in their community.
With a ton of resources and a handful of well thought out activities, this lesson is sure to show your class the advantages and disadvantages of sole proprietorship, partnerships, and corporations. They analyze case studies, and simulate the role of consultant, making recommendations to clients.
Students examine the concept of philanthropy. For this service learning lesson, students create charts that display how corporate sponsorships benefit communities.
Students report on the activism of corporate philanthropists. In this service learning lesson, students research companies that operate as philanthropists and identify their recipients.
Students research the concept of transnational corporations and investigate the details of one particular TNC. They then compare the Gross National Products of a range of countries to the profits of the TNCs.
Learners investigate body systems by participating in a role-play activity. Third, fourth, and fifth graders pretend that they are an organ or system of the human body, and they must write a letter to the body "corporation" discussing their job. They illustrate a picture of the organ or body part they are role-playing. Very creative!
Students examine the concept of reducing solid waste and how it relates to product packaging. They read about and evaluate the packaging decisions of two major U.S. corporations, develop a t-chart comparing the pros and cons of various types of new packaging, and conduct an experiment that involves hydropulping.
Students explore ethics. In this business ethics lesson, students watch "The Corporation" and discuss employee policies, community outreach, and business models. Students consider various scenarios that encourage authentic student discussion and the formulation of guidelines and principles in the business world.
High schoolers identify the costs and benefits of large corporations and monopoly industries. Using the internet, they discover how businesses use different types of exploitation to maximize their profits. They read two articles about plants in the United States being shut down and being relocated to Mexico and develop possible solutions to the problem.
Pupils explore the growth of businesses from single proprietorships to corporations. They compare and contrast single proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. In closing, students explore the pros and cons of each type of business.