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Be an Ad Detective

Be an Ad Detective

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Students will detect obvious and not-so-obvious examples of advertisements in their everyday ...

Students will detect obvious and not-so-obvious examples of advertisements in their everyday lives. Recognize the role that logos, imaginary characters, slogans and jingles play in developing brand awareness.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Patricia Bonner
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Business Ownership:  How Sweet It Can Be!

Business Ownership: How Sweet It Can Be!

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In this lesson, students research the three basic types of business organization: ...

In this lesson, students research the three basic types of business organization: sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. Considering the advantages and disadvantages of each, they function as consultants offering advice on which form of business is best suited for different business scenarios. The case studies all feature real- life entrepreneurs who started businesses producing chocolate candy and cookies—they all result ultimately in “sweet” success stories. Once students have made their recommendations, they are provided the identities of their clients and asked to prepare reports that tell the rest of the story—what happened to each founder and business. Products featured in this lesson that almost every student will recognize are the Hershey chocolate bar, Mars M&Ms and Famous Amos chocolate cookies.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Partricia Bonner
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Business Ownership:  The Franchise Option

Business Ownership: The Franchise Option

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Students explore an alternative to starting a business from scratch-investing in a ...

Students explore an alternative to starting a business from scratch-investing in a franchise. They consider the pros and cons of a franchise and whether this form of business is an option that would fit their personality and needs. Students research and analyze franchise opportunities, selecting one that they think they might be able to operate in their own community. While making their choice, students consider a variety of factors including their personal interests and abilities, the reputation of the product or service, the franchisor’s ability and willingness to assist the franchisee, and market factors such as consumer demand and competition.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Patricia Bonner
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Choosing the Right Type of Business Organization Lesson 4

Choosing the Right Type of Business Organization Lesson 4

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Students will learn about the four types of business organizations: sole proprietorship, ...

Students will learn about the four types of business organizations: sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, and franchise. Students will play a concentration game to better understand the features, advantages, and disadvantages of each type. Students will then analyze four scenarios and recommend the type of business organization that is most appropriate for each case. The lesson concludes with an analysis of how each type of business organization plays an important role in the U.S. economy.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Climbing the Savings Mountain

Climbing the Savings Mountain

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Students are sometimes clueless when it comes to saving money. It is ...

Students are sometimes clueless when it comes to saving money. It is important that our students learn that saving their money not only helps them achieve financial goals, but actually earns them extra money. In this lesson they will learn that there are a variety of ways in which to save, depending on whether they have short-term or long-term goals.

Subject:
English Language Arts
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Mickey Ebert
Date Added:
02/26/2019
The Columbian Exchange

The Columbian Exchange

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Students learn that the Columbian Exchange resulted in an enormous exchange of ...

Students learn that the Columbian Exchange resulted in an enormous exchange of goods, resources, and institutions between the Old World and the New World and that the results of the Exchange were both positive and negative. Slides for the lesson are included.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Council for Economic Education
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Competition: Pizza!

Competition: Pizza!

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Students will learn about competition in the market place. They will understand ...

Students will learn about competition in the market place. They will understand that competition takes place when there are many buyers and sellers of similar products. They will discuss how competition among sellers results in lower costs and prices, higher product quality, and better customer service.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Connections Cross-Curricular
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Competition Works in Our Flavor

Competition Works in Our Flavor

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Competition provides benefits for consumers. First, more competition means consumers have more ...

Competition provides benefits for consumers. First, more competition means consumers have more choices of goods and services. Second, when more firms are offering goods and services, competition often leads to lower prices. Students will discover the role of the Federal Trade Commission. Students will explain how competition encourages producers to produce more of what consumers are willing and able to buy.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Mickey Ebert
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Demand Shifters

Demand Shifters

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In this lesson students learn about demand and factors that cause demand ...

In this lesson students learn about demand and factors that cause demand for a good or service to change. They also learn to recognize factors that influence their behavior as a consumers. Students will define quantity demanded, give examples of changes in demand caused by changes in consumer tastes and preferences, consumer income, number of consumers, and prices of related goods and services. Students will identify an increase or decrease using in a graph. Students will also predict an increase or decrease in demand when given pertinent information and explain what causes a shift in demand.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Council for Economic Education Technology Staff
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Economic Indicators for Informed Citizens

Economic Indicators for Informed Citizens

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This lesson introduces students to three basic economic indicators: real GDP, the ...

This lesson introduces students to three basic economic indicators: real GDP, the inflation rate, and the unemployment rate. The students work in small groups to develop an economic forecast, using the three basic economic indicators. They participate in a simulation activity involving a fictional economic forecasting firm. The firm has taken on a client who wishes to start a new business and wants to know whether this is a good idea, given the current economic climate. To advise the client, the students produce a report based on research they conduct about the state of the economy, according to the three economic indicators.

Subject:
Social Studies
Civics and Economics
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Council for Economic Education
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Economic Spotter: Inventors and Entrepreneurs in the Industrial Age

Economic Spotter: Inventors and Entrepreneurs in the Industrial Age

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The Industrial Age has also been called the Age of Edison. Edison ...

The Industrial Age has also been called the Age of Edison. Edison patented more than 1000 inventions and gave rise to three industries: electric utilities, phonograph and record companies, and the film industry. This lesson will help students see the relationship between inventors, innovators, entrepreneurs, and industries. Students will also identify entrepreneurial characteristics.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Mickey Ebert
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Economics in the Headlines

Economics in the Headlines

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Students learn how to identify headlines in the news and current events ...

Students learn how to identify headlines in the news and current events as illustrations of problems in supply and demand. Students will be linked to news sites to create their own analysis of supply and demand issues in problems facing our society. Students will identify factors that change supply and demand for products. Explain how changes in supply and demand affect prices and quantities produced. Analyze actual news stories to determine how changes in supply and demand affect prices and output.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Lisa Herman-Ellison
Date Added:
02/26/2019
An Entreduction

An Entreduction

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This lesson illustrates the differences between inventions and innovations. It discusses what ...

This lesson illustrates the differences between inventions and innovations. It discusses what entrepreneurs are and their role with inventions and innovations. Students will define entrepreneur, explain the difference between invention and innovation, and determine the skills necessary to be a successful entrepreneur.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Conor Irons
Date Added:
02/26/2019
The Entrepreneur in You

The Entrepreneur in You

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Throughout this lesson students take note of the role of risk and ...

Throughout this lesson students take note of the role of risk and incentives as factors found in all entrepreneurial pursuits. They will analyze, compare and evaluate personal characteristics of entrepreneurs. They will also develop a greater self-understanding as they determine if they have the traits found in successful entrepreneurs. Finally, students set goals, which will help them to become more entrepreneurial.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Council for Economic Education Technology Staff
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Hey, Get A Job!

Hey, Get A Job!

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What kinds of jobs do kids do? Who pays them? What kind ...

What kinds of jobs do kids do? Who pays them? What kind of job would you like to do? In this lesson, students will make a list of the kinds of jobs and businesses they might pursue, pick the one they would most like to do, and make a plan on how to get started.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Cross-Curricular Connections
Date Added:
02/26/2019
How E-Commerce Influences Consumer Choice

How E-Commerce Influences Consumer Choice

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In this lesson students learn decision making skills that will help them ...

In this lesson students learn decision making skills that will help them become better consumers. They learn about the importance of price information in making their decisions. Students will gather information on different brands of athletic shoes and determine the best buy. Then, students identify a toy or game they would like to buy. To help determine where to purchase their toy or game, students gather information from online resources. Finally, students conduct interviews to determine how adult they know use e-commerce. They draw generalizations from their data and create a report of their findings.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Council for Economic Education
Author:
Technology Staff Council for Economic Education
Date Added:
02/26/2019