Aim of CurriculumEasy for new teachers to followUpdated to reflect current and present realityProvide ideas for assignments, assessments and strategies to help deliver the courseProject Based Learning and Universal Design for Learning
Difference between BOM and EntrepreneurshipBOM is the theory and ideas behind business. Similar to university Introduction to Business courseEntrepreneurship is about the creating and doing of business.
GCO 1Students will identify the differences between ethical and unethical behavior.
EthicsWhy is it important for students to learn about ethics? It is something that you need to be aware of if you are going to be a leader, guiding people and a company. Leaders are responsible members of a wider community.
To Thrive in the 21st CenturyYou must have the ability to assesswhat is right and wrong, whatdecisions will impact not onlyyour business but the communityoutside your door.
ActivitiesBetter Business Dilemma Game The interactive game has students make ethical decisions with instant feedback. The game explains how their responses impact each stakeholder group. (e.g. Government, Employees, Customers, Suppliers, Community, Owner or Investors)This activity is great for generating discussion.It helps the students to develop the concept of stakeholders, who they are and why they care.
ActivitiesVideo – The High Cost of Low Price Wal-Mart documentary Students can draw comparisons between the video and their own communities. This documentary brings into account the global impact a business and their decisions can have.Case studies from the following magazines: Atlantic Progress and Canadian Business and Inc.
General CurriculumOutcome 2Business Environment
GCO 2Students will identify the variables and complexities that affect managerial decision making in New Brunswick.
Specific OutcomesReview the six elements of the business environment and analyze their importance to organizations.
Specific OutcomesStudents will compare the different forms of business Sole Proprietorship Partnerships Corporation Cooperatives FranchisesStudents will understand the relationship between the three levels of business Local, Provincial and National/Global
General CurriculumOutcome 3Management andHuman Resources
GCO 3Students will understand the various functions of management and the skills required to manage, lead and motivate employees.
ActivitiesCase Studies The Times 100, Wallace McCain Institute, Inc. MagazineRole playing Revamp the School Mission Statement or assume a management role of a local business and develop a SWOT AnalysisNews articles/videos CBC News, Undercover Boss or Atlantic Progress MagazineProjects/presentations
SummativeAssessmentJob Fair• Creation of a company• Job descriptions• Advertisements• Interviews• Resumes and cover letters• Sample advertisements: http://hoadley.wikispaces.com/Job+Fair
SCOsSCO 1 – TerminologySCO 2 – Benefits and drawbacks of international trade in CanadaSCO 3 - Describe the effects of barriers and obstacles to international business activity
SCOs SCO 4 - Describe various international agreements and organizations that have influenced global business activity and describe Canada’s involvement SCO 5 - Describe the modifications made to goods and services to adapt them to the cultures of other countries SCO 6 - Describe the challenges an international company may encounter with regard to ethics, values, language and protocol and customs SCO 7 - Explain how changes in the value of the Canadian dollar can affect business opportunities.
Assignments andProjectMap it OutTime ZonesGetting to Know International CurrenciesGlobal Corporate ResearchInternational Business Deal
Contact InformationKim Black, Business and Technology TeacherHarrison Trimble High School80 Echo DriveMoncton, NB E1C 3H8Phone: (506) 856-3417Email: Kim.Black@nbed.nb.caWiki: https://d2bom120.pbworks.com
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