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Students will create a brochure on management leadership styles and determine which style(s) of leadership they feel they would use if they become managers. Students will demonstrate efficient Internet searching skills to collect information for brochure. This is a Commerce and Information Technology lesson plan.
Primary Learning Objective(s):
Students will learn the six management leadership styles and methods used to influence individuals and groups to cooperatively achieve organizational goals. Students will prepare a tri-fold brochure using Publisher software (or a compatible software), inserting pictures/graphics where applicable.
Additional Learning Objective(s):
Students will analyze the six leadership styles and determine which characteristics and traits they possess and discuss which leadership style(s) are more prevalent today where they are employed. Students will choose which leadership style they feel they will use if they become managers.
Greater than 120 Minutes
Materials and Resources:
Brochure paper, handout
Technology Resources Needed:
Computers with Internet access Printer (preferably a color printer) Microsoft Publisher (or any other compatible software).
Students should have knowledge of preparing brochures and using Internet search engines.
A presentation Rubric can be used to assess student’s brochures.
Invite an FBLA president or any school organization's president to speak to class on their leadership role.
Review how to format a 3-column brochure: http://www.susandaffron.com/use-word-to-create-a-tri-fold-brochure/.
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for students with identified learning and/or behavior problems such as: reading
or math performance below grade level; test or classroom assignments/quizzes at
a failing level; failure to complete assignments independently; difficulty with
short-term memory, abstract concepts, staying on task, or following directions;
poor peer interaction or temper tantrums, and other learning or behavior problems.