Title: Dressing the Part
Dress code requirements in business and school are always a controversial topic. In this project students will research the value of dressing appropriately for a variety of settings to include business and school. They will research various Internet resources and use the data collected to analyze how this may have impacted the dress code requirements of their school system and create a dress code brochure with their student body as the audience. This is a Commerce and Information Project.
Title: CTSO Recruitment for the “Tech Savvy”
Career Tech Student Organization (CTSO) should be an integral part of Commerce Information Technology courses. This lesson will allow students to take an active role in promoting their CTSO organization. This lesson is an ideal teamwork activity in which students teams will be responsible for creating a Marketing Pamphlet utilizing photo’s taken from previous and current year activities. This is a Commerce and Information Technology lesson plan.
Standard(s): [BMA] BA12 (9-12) 14: Determine career and entrepreneurial opportunities, responsibilities, and educational and credentialing requirements related to multimedia design.
Title: Company Salute
In this lesson students will explore employee/employer issues related to a specific job/company. Students will then design a poster presenting or “saluting” the job/company they researched and share information with the class.
Standard(s): [BMA] BA04 (9-12) 11: Determine career and entrepreneurial opportunities, responsibilities, and educational and credentialing requirements related to commerce communication.
Title: Entrepreneurship: Creating A New Business/Business in A Box
In this lesson students will explore the steps involved in starting a new business. This will include preparing a ten-page Business Plan, building a model of the business, and presenting the business idea in a role-play situation where students ask for financing for the business.
Standard(s): [CTE] CT5 (9-12) 8: Develop a business plan, including identifying an executive summary; conducting a marketing and competitive analysis report; and developing a marketing, management, and financial plan.