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    • 1.  
    • 2. Spotlight on Ford PAS Themes: Business and Entrepreneurship
      • Agenda
        • Introduction of business theme in Ford PAS
        • Sample activity: Module 7: Spinning Records
        • Student presentations
        • Panel discussion: Highlights and challenges of teaching business and entrepreneurship in Ford PAS
    • 3. Why Business and Entrepreneurship ?
      • Wide interest in and popularity of this theme in Ford PAS
      • Improves students’ understanding of career opportunities in business and related fields
      • Teaching entrepreneurship empowers young people to take ownership of their learning and their careers
    • 4. Business Concepts and Skills Taught Throughout Ford PAS
        • Business financing
        • Market research and planning
        • Data-based decision-making
          • Managing resources efficiently (lean thinking)
          • Managing quality (Six sigma)
        • Business ethics
        • Corporate citizenship
        • International business
        • Entrepreneurship
    • 5. Modules That Highlight Business and Entrepreneurship
      • Module 1: From Concept to Consumer
      • Module 2: Media and Messages
      • Module 5: Closing the Environmental Loop
      • Module 6: Planning for Efficiency
      • Module 7: Planning for Business Success
      • Module 8: Ensuring Quality
      • Module 9: From Data to Knowledge
      • Module 14: Markets Without Borders
      • Module 15: Global Citizens
    • 6. Module 7 Content Focus
        • Entrepreneurship
        • Data-based decision-making
        • Business financing
        • Market research and planning
      Module 7: Planning for Business Success
    • 7.
        • Students help a fictional band make financial and marketing decisions.
        • Students develop a financial and marketing plan for their own business idea.
      Ongoing Module 7 Projects: Module 7: Planning for Business Success
    • 8. Academic Content
      • Formulate and answer questions with data
      • Use statistical methods to analyze data
      • Understand the effect of market forces on business performance
      • Understand how different components of a system interact
    • 9. Skills
        • Develop a financial plan
        • Use spreadsheets to conduct cost
        • analyses
        • Design surveys
        • Analyze survey results
        • Give and receive feedback
        • Present a business plan to potential
        • investors
      Module 7: Planning for Business Success
    • 10. Module 7 Activity: Spinning Records
      • NoNaymz just finished recording its latest CD and has signed a contract for the duplication company Spinning Records to produce 10,000 copies of the CD. The company quoted NoNaymz a price of $1.50 for each CD. It will take Spinning Records two days to complete the duplication of the 10,000 CDs.
      • Can this be a profitable venture for Spinning Records?
    • 11. Business and Entrepreneurship Student Presentations
      • Ford PAS Students and Alumni:
        • Antwon Crutcher, John Overton High School, Nashville, TN
        • Mohamed Mroue, Michael Berry Career Center, Dearborn, MI
        • Brittany Thompson-Johnson, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
        • Amy Weaver, Michael Berry Career Center, Dearborn, MI
    • 12. Business and Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion
      • Panelists:
        • Janeece Docal, Bell Multicultural High School, Washington, DC
        • Donna Gilley, John Overton High School, Nashville, TN
        • Noelia Guajardo, PSJA school district, Pharr-San-Juan, TX
        • Carol Henley, Howard University, Washington, D.C.

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