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Period 4 class code: ykq9ah

December 18, 2014

District Money due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah,
State Competition Fees deposit due
Learning Goals
  • The Fire Within - Solve a root cause of suicide in the community by challenging discrimination, confronting stigma, eradicating bullying, promoting resilience, and sustaining a passion for life.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Develop, market, and ultimately sell a product of your own making.

Agenda

  • The Fire Within with Ms. Smith.
December 17, 2014 - Chapter 4 test TODAY!!
State Competition deposit of $150 is due.
District Money due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah
Learning Goals
  • Reflect on e-commerce learning this semester.

Success Criteria

You will be able to think about what you learned and what still confuses you about e-commerce.

Agenda

Warm Up - This will be turned in!! Take a piece of paper and do a 3-2-1 on the following:
  • Write 3 things you learned this quarter about e-commerce.
  • Write 2 things you thought were interesting or surprised you about e-commerce.
  • Write 1 thing that still confuses you about marketing or you want to learn more about.
Go to this website and take the JA post assessment ---> JA Post Assessment
December 16, 2014 - Chapter 4 test TODAY!!
State Competition deposit of $150 is due December 16th, TODAY.
District Money due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah
Learning Goals
  • Understand globalization and how it affects e-commerce.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  1. Determine why many U.S. businesses expand globally.
  2. Discover the cultural issues that must be considered when businesses globalize
  3. Identify the rewards and challenges for businesses in the global market.
  4. Learn how trade policies work in a global e-commerce marketplace.
  5. Investigate how quotas affect trade.
  6. Understand the taxation concerns and regulations common to international trade.

Agenda

  • Warm up - Take the test!

December 15, 2014 - Chapter 4 test TOMORROW!!

State Competition deposit of $150 is due December 16th, TOMORROW.
District Money due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah
Learning Goals
  • Understand globalization and how it affects e-commerce.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  1. Determine why many U.S. businesses expand globally.
  2. Discover the cultural issues that must be considered when businesses globalize
  3. Identify the rewards and challenges for businesses in the global market.
  4. Learn how trade policies work in a global e-commerce marketplace.
  5. Investigate how quotas affect trade.
  6. Understand the taxation concerns and regulations common to international trade.

Agenda

  • Warm up - Answer this question at your tables and be prepared to discuss with the class:
    • Is what you buy online or in stores ever influenced by where it is made? Why or why not?
  • Secret DECA Party sign-ups
  • Competition Review
  • Chapter Review

December 12, 2014 - Chapter 4 test TUESDAY!!

State Competition deposit of $150 is due December 16th.
Learning Goals
  • Understand what you need to do to prepare for the role play competitions.
  • Complete the DECA manual as if you were a consultant to the business and make recommendations.

Success Criteria

  • Apply what you learn about role plays and manuals to your specific competitions.

Agenda

  • Warm up - Immediately start working on your manuals.
    • Email to me by 5pm TONIGHT! lscount@aps.k12.co.us
    • Save the cover sheet, table of contents and bibliography until last.
    • Email me what you have. That's better than emailing nothing!

December 11, 2014 - Chapter 4 test TUESDAY!! Manual due emailed to me by 5pm TOMORROW!

District Money due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah,
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) is due December 16th
Learning Goals
  • The Fire Within - Solve a root cause of suicide in the community by challenging discrimination, confronting stigma, eradicating bullying, promoting resilience, and sustaining a passion for life.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Develop, market, and ultimately sell a product of your own making.

Agenda

  • The Fire Within with Ms. Smith.

December 10, 2014 - Chapter 4 test TUESDAY!!

DECA Competition Prep Videos
State Competition deposit of $150 is due December 16th.
Learning Goals
  • Understand what you need to do to prepare for the role play competitions.
  • Complete the DECA manual as if you were a consultant to the business and make recommendations.

Success Criteria

  • Apply what you learn about role plays and manuals to your specific competitions.

Agenda

  • Warm up - On the same paper you used for yesterday's warm up, answer the following question:
    • How does competition help stimulate the economy?
  • Manuals: Continue working on your manual. It is DUE EMAILED to me by end-of-day Friday December 12th.
  • Role play: Watch the videos linked above. Practice your test. List of words to use.

December 9, 2014

DECA Competition Prep Videos
District Money/Forms due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah,
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
Learning Goals
  • Understand globalization and how it affects e-commerce.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  1. Determine why many U.S. businesses expand globally.
  2. Discover the cultural issues that must be considered when businesses globalize
  3. Identify the rewards and challenges for businesses in the global market.
  4. Learn how trade policies work in a global e-commerce marketplace.
  5. Investigate how quotas affect trade.
  6. Understand the taxation concerns and regulations common to international trade.

Agenda

  • Warm up Collins writing - Get out a piece of paper and answer the following question: Does going global give a small e-business more advantages or disadvantages over companies who are not global?
      • Present a valid claim and support it with two or more examples from concepts learned in class.
      • Full sentences.
      • Make sure your names are on your papers as this will be turned in.
  • Presentation chapter 4.2

December 8, 2014

District Competition TEST - MANDATORY THIS AFTERNOON December 8th 3:30 to 4:30
DECA Competition Prep Videos
District Money/Forms due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah,
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
Learning Goals
  • Understand globalization and how it affects e-commerce.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  1. Determine why many U.S. businesses expand globally.
  2. Discover the cultural issues that must be considered when businesses globalize
  3. Identify the rewards and challenges for businesses in the global market.
  4. Learn how trade policies work in a global e-commerce marketplace.
  5. Investigate how quotas affect trade.
  6. Understand the taxation concerns and regulations common to international trade.

Agenda

  • Warm up: There are about 8 important questions an e-business needs to ask itself before going global. At your tables, come up with those 8 questions and write them down.
  • Presentation chapter 4.1/4.2

December 5, 2014

District Competition TEST - MANDATORY Monday December 8th 3:30 to 4:30
DECA Competition Prep Videos
State Competition deposit of $150 is due December 16th.
Learning Goals
  • Understand what you need to do to prepare for the role play competitions.
  • Identify what you need to do to prepare a DECA manual.

Success Criteria

  • Apply what you learn about role plays and manuals to your specific competitions.

Agenda

  • Manuals: Continue working on your manual. It is DUE EMAILED to me by end-of-day Friday December 12th.
  • Role play: Watch the videos linked above. Practice your test. List of words to use.

December 4, 2014

District Competition TEST - MANDATORY Monday December 8th 3:30 to 4:30
DECA Competition Prep Videos
District Money/Forms due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah, Ryneika (form), Sara (form)
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
Learning Goals
  • The Fire Within - Solve a root cause of suicide in the community by challenging discrimination, confronting stigma, eradicating bullying, promoting resilience, and sustaining a passion for life.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Develop, market, and ultimately sell a product of your own making.

Agenda

  • The Fire Within with Ms. Smith.

December 3, 2014

District Competition TEST - MANDATORY Monday December 8th 3:30 to 4:30
DECA Competition Prep Videos
District Money/Forms due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah, Ryneika (form), Sara (both)
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
Learning Goals
  • Understand globalization and how it affects e-commerce.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  1. Determine why many U.S. businesses expand globally.
  2. Discover the cultural issues that must be considered when businesses globalize
  3. Identify the rewards and challenges for businesses in the global market.
  4. Learn how trade policies work in a global e-commerce marketplace.
  5. Investigate how quotas affect trade.
  6. Understand the taxation concerns and regulations common to international trade.

Agenda

  • Warm up: At your tables, as it relates to e-commerce discuss which you think is better between machine translating things or humans translating things. Make sure you come up with reasons why. Your table doesn't have to agree on one or the other.
  • Presentation chapter 4.1

December 2, 2014

MANDATORY: District Competition TEST - Monday December 8th 3:30 to 4:30
District Money/Forms due: Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah, Calvin, Ryneika (form), Sara (both)
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
DECA dress TOMORROW - Rangeview or DECA spirit!
Learning Goals
  • Understand globalization and how it affects e-commerce.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  1. Determine why many U.S. businesses expand globally.
  2. Discover the cultural issues that must be considered when businesses globalize
  3. Identify the rewards and challenges for businesses in the global market.
  4. Learn how trade policies work in a global e-commerce marketplace.
  5. Investigate how quotas affect trade.
  6. Understand the taxation concerns and regulations common to international trade.

Agenda

  • Warm up: Pretend you want to market your products in another country. Pick a country. Look online for specific cultural things that would affect the way you market and sell to people in that country. Be prepared to share with the class.
  • Presentation chapter 4.1

December 1, 2014

Ryneika - Please see me regarding your CCA test scores.
The District Competition field trip forms and the $25 are LATE.
  • Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah, Calvin, Ryneika (form), Sara (both)
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
Learning Goals
  • Understand globalization and how it affects e-commerce.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  1. Determine why many U.S. businesses expand globally.
  2. Discover the cultural issues that must be considered when businesses globalize
  3. Identify the rewards and challenges for businesses in the global market.
  4. Learn how trade policies work in a global e-commerce marketplace.
  5. Investigate how quotas affect trade.
  6. Understand the taxation concerns and regulations common to international trade.

Agenda

  • Take the Success Criteria assigned to your table team and predict what some of the chapter information might be.
  • Competitive Event
    • 5 minutes prep

November 25, 2014 - Happy Thanksgiving! Snoopy Thanksgiving.jpg

The District Competition field trip forms and the $25 are LATE.
  • Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah, Calvin, Ryneika (form), Sara
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
Learning Goals
  • Chapter 3.1 Understand the history of retailing and the different types of retailers.
  • Chapter 3.2 Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • Chapter 3 Test
  • Traditions
  • Competitive Event
    • 5 minutes prep

November 24, 2014

The District Competition field trip forms and the $25 are LATE.
  • Jordan, Omar, Aaliyah, Calvin, Ryneika, Samra, Sara, Hailey (form), Hannah (form)
Role Play Workshop TODAY (November 23rd)
Chapter 3 test TOMORROW! Please review!
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
Learning Goals
  • Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • Warm Up - Strategize with your table teams what e-tailing might be like in 10 years. Be prepared to share!
  • Competitive Event
    • 15 minutes prep

November 21, 2014

Reminder - If you did not fill out the CCA Paperwork with Mrs. Lee, please see her ASAP. The form is due TODAY.
The District Competition field trip forms and the $25 are LATE.
Role Play Workshop MONDAY (November 23rd)
Chapter 3 test TUESDAY! Please review!
If you are planning on attending the Innovation Challenge you must email Ms. Smith TODAY
1/2 State Competition Fees ($150) will be due before Winter Break
Learning Goals
  • Understand what you need to do to prepare for the role play competitions.
  • Identify what you need to do to prepare a DECA manual.

Success Criteria

  • Apply what you learn about role plays and manuals to your specific competitions.

Agenda

  • Manuals: If you have never done a manual before, the easiest thing to do is one of the two promotion plans. Therefore, take the worksheet on Promotion Plan Assignment Number 1 and follow the directions.
  • Role play: Work through the packet provided to you by Anna Leece Padilla, Rangeview DECA Chapter President.

November 20, 2014

Reminder - If you did not fill out the CCA Paperwork with Mrs. Lee, please see her ASAP. The form is due 11/21/14.
Return the District Competition field trip forms and the $25 by TODAY.
Role Play Workshop MONDAY (November 23rd)
Learning Goals
  • The Fire Within - Solve a root cause of suicide in the community by challenging discrimination, confronting stigma, eradicating bullying, promoting resilience, and sustaining a passion for life.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Develop, market, and ultimately sell a product of your own making.

Agenda

  • The Fire Within with Ms. Smith.

November 19, 2014

Reminders - If you did not fill out the CCA Paperwork with Mrs. Lee, please see her ASAP. The form is due 11/21/14.
Return the District Competition field trip forms and the $25 by THIS Thursday.
Role Play Workshop MONDAY (November 23rd)
Learning Goals
  • Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • Warm Up - Make sure you are ready to present your critique on the two websites from yesterday.
  • Competitive Event
    • 15 minutes prep
    • You may work in PAIRS only.

November 18, 2014

Reminders - If you did not fill out the CCA Paperwork with Mrs. Lee, please see her ASAP. The form is due 11/21/14.
Return the District Competition field trip forms and the $25 by THIS Thursday.
Role Play Workshop MONDAY (November 23rd)
Business Casual Dress - TOMORROW
Learning Goals
  • Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • Warm Up - Follow the directions on the worksheet Advantages and Disadvantages.
  • Critique two website merchandising strategies.

November 17, 2014

Reminders - If you did not fill out the CCA Paperwork with Mrs. Lee, please see her ASAP. The form is due 11/21/14.
Business Casual Dress - WEDNESDAY
Role Play Workshop TODAY
Learning Goals
  • Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • Warm Up - Prepare for your part in the summary/teaching presentations:
    • Period 1:
      • Kiana/Tiara - Summarize through the History of Retailing for the class.
      • Xia, Javon and Abraham - Fill figure 3.1 and explain to the class.
      • Andy, Kevin and Eric - Summarize non-store retailing for the class.
      • Group work on types of retail stores.
      • Cameron and Omar - Summarize Product merchandising and setting up an online purchasing process for the class.
      • Alicia and Luis - Summarize Payment Options for the class
      • Baylee - see me
    • Period 4:
      *** Beth's table- Present information through the History of Retailing for the class.
      • Sara's table- Fill in figure 3.1 and explain to the class.
      • Hailey's table- Present non-store retailing for the class.
      • Start chapter 3.2
      • Anna Leece's table- Present Product merchandising and setting up an online purchasing process for the class.
      • Michael's table- Present Payment Options for the class
      Presentations

November 14, 2014

Reminder - If you did not fill out the CCA Paperwork with Mrs. Lee, please see her ASAP. The form is due 11/21/14.
Professional Dress - WEDNESDAY
Learning Goals
  • The Fire Within - Solve a root cause of suicide in the community by challenging discrimination, confronting stigma, eradicating bullying, promoting resilience, and sustaining a passion for life.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Develop, market, and ultimately sell a product of your own making.

Agenda

  • The Fire Within with Ms. Smith.

November 13, 2014

Reminder - If you did not fill out the CCA Paperwork with Mrs. Lee, please see her ASAP. The form is due 11/21/14.
Learning Goals
  • Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Apply your knowledge to strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • KVUE
  • Warm Up: Click on the link above to chapter 3. Make sure you have all the vocabulary defined from section 3.1 and section 3.2. Add the following terms:
    • Cross-sell
    • Upsell
    • Recommendation
    • Promotion
  • Review chapter 3.1.
    • Beth's table- Present information through the History of Retailing for the class.
    • Sara's table- Fill in figure 3.1 and explain to the class.
    • Hailey's table- Present non-store retailing for the class.
  • Start chapter 3.2
    • Anna Leece's table- Present Product merchandising and setting up an online purchasing process for the class.
    • Michael's table- Present Payment Options for the class

November 12, 2014

Reminder - Role Play Workshop - TODAY after school
Learning Goals
  • Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • Mrs. Lee - CCA

November 11, 2014

Reminder - Role Play Workshop - Wednesday after school
Learning Goals
  • Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • Warm Up: Click on the link above to chapter 3. Finish the defining the vocabulary words in section 3.2. Add the following terms:
    • Cross-sell
    • Upsell
    • Recommendation
    • Promotion
  • Review chapter 3.1.
    • Kiana/Tiara - Summarize through the History of Retailing for the class.
    • Xia, Javon and Abraham - Fill figure 3.1 and explain to the class.
    • Andy, Kevin and Eric - Summarize non-store retailing for the class.
    • Group work on types of retail stores.
  • Start chapter 3.2
    • Cameron and Omar - Summarize Product merchandising and setting up an online purchasing process for the class.
    • Alicia and Luis - Summarize Payment Options for the class
    • Baylee - see me

November 10, 2014

Reminder - Role Play Workshop - Wednesday after school
Learning Goals
  • Understand why security is important to the E-Tail experience.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain the components of a successful E-Tailing business.
  • Compare merchandising of brick-and-mortar and e-tailing sites.
  • Strategize what the future of e-tailing might be like.

Agenda

  • Warm Up: Click on the link above to chapter 3. Write the answers to the Chapter 3.1 review questions which are on page 8 of the PDF. Be prepared to discuss.
  • Review chapter 3.1.
  • Define vocabulary terms in section 3.2.

November 7, 2014

ROLE PLAY Workshop after school - Wednesday 11-12-14
Learning Goals
  • Understand what you need to do to prepare for the role play competitions.

Success Criteria

  • Start listing what you need to know before competition.

Agenda

  • Experienced role players - Think about what is the one best piece of advice someone gave you that helped with your role play competitions.
  • Non-experienced role players - Think about one important thing you want to know about role play competitions.

November 6, 2014

Learning Goals
  • The Fire Within - Solve a root cause of suicide in the community by challenging discrimination, confronting stigma, eradicating bullying, promoting resilience, and sustaining a passion for life.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Develop, market, and ultimately sell a product of your own making.

Agenda

  • The Fire Within with Ms. Smith.

November 5, 2014

Reminders:
  • The Fire Within is tomorrow!
Learning Goals
  • Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • Warm Up: Think - Pair - Share - at your tables, each person needs to think about what are some services retailers on the Internet. Share your answers and then be prepared to share with the class.
  • Retail categories
  • Non-store retailers

November 4, 2014

Reminders:
  • DECA dress SPIRIT (Rangeview or DECA) tomorrow!!
  • The Locker is OPEN today.
Learning Goals
  • Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • Vocabulary Sheets - make sure you have all the definitions (see the board)
  • Retailing timeline - teams

November 3, 2014

Reminders:
  • The Locker is OPEN today. See me if you don't know your shift!
Learning Goals
  • Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • Warm up - In your chapter notes, write why you think the development of the shopping mall in the 1970s was so revolutionary.
  • Review class procedures
  • Review The Locker procedures
  • Vocabulary sheets
  • Retailing timeline

October 24, 2014

Reminders:
  • The Locker is OPEN today. See me if you don't know your shift!
  • Sign up for the Community Service Event which is 10/31/14.
Learning Goals
Now is the time to pick your event - Manual, Role Play, VBC or any combination!!!

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Start preparing for the District Competitions on 12/12/14
  • Determine which Manual you would like to write.
  • Join the Virtual Business Challenge if you choose!

Agenda

  • Go to this link to check out the Virtual Business Challenge
    • Don't sign up yet!
  • Omar presentation - period 1
  • Aalyiah presentation - period 4
  • Manuals, role plays, VBC, etc.

October 22, 2014

Reminders:
  • The Locker is NOT open today. See me if you don't know your shift!
  • Check our DECA page for the t-shirt design contest and community service information.
Learning Goals
Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • Baylee and Riley - Follow from yesterday to get to Fire Within pre-assessment.
  • Fire Within

October 21, 2014

Reminders:
  • The Locker is NOT open today. See me if you don't know your shift!
  • Check our DECA page for the t-shirt design contest and community service information.
Learning Goals
Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

October 20, 2014

Reminders:
  • The Locker is should be open today. If you have already talked with Ms. Miller about your shift, you should be there during that time. We will not be open during 4th period.
  • Last chance to turn in field trip forms with $15 is NOW.
  • Thanks to those of you who joined us for the DECA installation and new member evening last Friday.
Learning Goals
Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • Make sure you are prepared for your presentation cellphone presentation.
  • Riley presentation
  • Cellphone presentations
  • JA Finance Park

October 17, 2014

Reminders:
  • The Locker is not open today due to FBLA being out.
  • Last chance to turn in field trip forms with $15.
  • Please join us for the DECA installation and new member evening today from 3:30 to 5:30.
Learning Goals
Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • At your table, discuss what makes a good presentation and presenter.
  • Riley presentation
  • Cellphone presentations
  • JA Finance Park

October 14, 2014

Learning Goals

Junior Achievement: Develop a working knowledge of the elements of successful business start-ups; myths and facts about entrepreneurship, and early product development.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Recognize the elements of a successful business start-up.
  • Evaluate the myths and facts about entrepreneurship.
  • Consider product development options.

Agenda

  • JA Be Entrepreneurial

October 13, 2014

Reminders:
  • MANDATORY school store meeting TOMORROW at 6:30 AM!! Meet in the Locker!
  • Bring back field trip forms with $15.
  • Please turn in any outstanding football ticket money.
  • October 17th 3:30 - 5:30 DECA installation and new member evening.
Learning Goals
Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • At your table, discuss why you think Amazon is opening a brick-and-mortar operation in New York City. List at least 5 reasons.
  • District competition info
  • Riley presentation
  • Cellphone presentations

October 9, 2014

Reminders:
  • Bring back field trip forms with $15.
  • Please turn in the $6 for your two tickets if you haven't already.
  • October 17th 3:30 - 5:30 DECA installation and new member evening.
Learning Goals
Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • "Smart money management includes saving a portion of your income and making wise long-term investments." On page 30 of the JA Finance Park, explain what the author of this quote is telling you.
  • JA Finance Park

October 8, 2014

Reminders:
  • Cellphone Project is due TODAY. The written portion should be uploaded to our Google classroom.
  • Bring back field trip forms with $15.
  • DECA dress tomorrow is SPIRIT for the flag football game at Gateway. Plan on attending and turning in the $6 for your two tickets.
  • October 17th 3:30 - 5:30 DECA installation and new member evening.

Learning Goals

Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • "Smart money management includes saving a portion of your income and making wise long-term investments." On page 30 of the JA Finance Park, explain what the author of this quote is telling you.
  • JA Finance Park

October 7, 2014

Reminders:
  • Cellphone Project is due tomorrow. The written portion should be uploaded to our Google classroom.
  • Bring back field trip forms with $15.
  • DECA dress tomorrow is SPIRIT for the flag football game at Gateway. Plan on attending and turning in the $6 for your two tickets.
  • October 17th 3:30 - 5:30 DECA installation and new member evening.

Learning Goals

Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • Warm up: List on a piece of paper some of the conveniences you take for granted when you shop at the mall?
  • School Store
  • Key vocabulary
  • Introduce chapter 3

October 6, 2014

Reminders:
  • Cellphone Project is due on Wednesday. The written portion should be uploaded to our Google classroom.
  • Bring back field trip forms with $15.

Learning Goals

Understand where retailing came from and where it is today.

Success Criteria

You will be able to:
  • Explain how business has evolved since the 1800s.
  • Explain what makes today's retailing environment a customized, self-service experience.
  • Define the major retailer categories.

Agenda

  • Warm up review: With one person sitting either to the right or left of you draw a Venn diagram to compare and contrast B2B and B2C.
  • Chapter 2 Test review
  • Project work if time