This Mega Mega Bundle Business Plan Unit B resource has 154 pages and was extracted from the Teaching Entrepreneurship Curriculum Guide, which won a SUPERSTARS IN EDUCATION award . It includes 12 lessons and a wealth of worksheets, warm-ups, rubrics, teacher reflections, and ready-to-use lessons:
This entire UNIT B section of 154 pages is focused on written communication, specifically on creating a vital business document: The Business Plan.
In the Teaching Entrepreneurship curriculum guide students will imagine, conceive, map out, and design their own unique business, that they will build from the ground up. They will work incrementally to build a formal Business Plan, which will include several components the class will work on together.
You may constrain students’ business ventures in any way that works for your
pedagogy. Perhaps you want to restrict them to services, products, industries. Or you
may limit their location to your actual municipality. If you want students to work more in tandem, you may ask them all to create the same kind of business, with creative
variations therein. For example, maybe they must all create a restaurant, but the type
can be left up to them. Maybe they must all create a storefront, but their products can
be chosen themselves. Teaching business genres comes with providing many examples of good and bad versions. Exposing students to real business writing, and modeling good business communication.
In this unit, students will work a little more independently, since they will have to create their own business and write their own business plan. However, group work will continue to be encouraged through networking, creating business associations, and unions. You may continue to use your class business structure by allowing all your “employees” to franchise.
There are 11 lesson plan resources for you to utilize for your students. Please see the below links that are included in this Mega, Mega Bundle:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY LESSON PLAN
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES LESSON PLAN
MISSION STATEMENT LESSON PLAN
INDUSTRY ANALYSIS LESSON PLAN
MARKETING STRATEGY LESSON PLAN
ORGANIZATION CHART LESSON PLAN
EMPLOYEE SALARIES LESSON PLAN
FLOOR PLAN LESSON PLAN
BUDGET LESSON PLAN
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