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Employ_ks3_9 Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

Employ_ks3_9 Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

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Introduces pupils to the world of entrepreneurship and promptspupils to recognise that it might be appropriate to use their owninitiative and independence skills to approach the challengesand opportunities they will face in the working world.
UNIT 9
Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
 
EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYABILITY
KEY STAGE 3
MLD
PAGE
LEARNING INTENTIONSSUGGESTED TEACHING& LEARNING ACTIVITIESSKILLS DEVELOPMENTOPPORTUNITIES RESOURCES
119
UNITS OF WORK
FOR PUPILS WITH MODERATE LEARNING DIFFICULTIES (KS 3)
Unit 9:
Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
(E1, E2, E3, E4, C9)
Teacher Briefing Sheet
Being an Entrepreneur 
 Activity Sheet 9(a)
Charlie the Cook 
 Activity Sheet 9(b)
Qualities Cards
 Activity Sheet 9(c)
 
When Were YouEnterprising
?
 Activity Sheet 9(d)
 
The Man-made Object
 Activity Sheet 9(e)
Case Studies:The Doughnut Factory,The Hotel Lifts
 Activity Sheet 9(f)
What Employability Means To Me...
Working with OthersBeing CreativeManaging InformationBeing CreativeSelf ManagementBeing CreativeThinking, Problemsolving, Decision making1. Teacher reads the class the case study ’Charlie theCook’
 Activity Sheet 9(a)
 
Charlie the Cook 
. In groupspupils identify five words that describe Charlie using
 Activity Sheet 9(b)
 
Qualities Cards
and discuss whatmakes a person ‘enterprising’2. Pupils discuss and list the benefits and challenges ofbeing an entrepreneur see
Teacher Briefing Sheet 9
 
Being an Entrepreneur 
3. Who Am I? quiz - where teacher reads out the lifestory of someone who has done well and gets theclass to guess the identity of the Entrepreneur4. Class/school participate in an enterprising activitye.g. class start up a sports team or make seasonalcrafts5. Teacher reads the class the story of a well-knownNorthern Ireland enterprising initiative (eg Harlandand Wolff, Dunlop, Space NK, Maud’s Ice Cream,Bushmill’s Whiskey). The class could organise aproject around this6. Class complete
 Activity Sheet 9(c)
 
When WereYou Enterprising? 
7. Local enterprising person (perhaps past pupil)visits the class8. Using
 Activity Sheet 9(d)
 
The Man-made Object
theteacher suggests one object and the class carriesout the task9. Using
 Activity Sheet 9(e)
 
Case Studies
the classdiscusses the problems (solution: lifts - put inmirrors, doughnuts - make bigger holes)10.At the end of Key Stage 3 the teacher should askeach pupil to complete
 Activity Sheet 9(f)
 
What Employability Means To Me...
By the end of the unit pupils will have had the opportunity to:develop an awareness of enterprise and entrepreneurship;identify the skills and qualities of an entrepreneur;discuss the benefits and challenges of being an entrepreneur;recognise that they too can be enterprising and possibly become an entrepreneur.
 
EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYABILITY
KEY STAGE 3
MLD
PAGE
TEACHER NOTES
REAL LIFE SOLUTIONS
TEACHER BRIEFING SHEET
BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR
120
UNITS OF WORK
FOR PUPILS WITH MODERATE LEARNING DIFFICULTIES (KS 3)
Unit 9:
Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
(E1, E2, E3, E4, C9)
The Doughnut Factory 
Make the hole bigger!
The Hotel Lifts
The consultant advised the Hotel Management to put mirrors at the lift doors so thatpeople have something to do (look at themselves). Complaints dropped by over 50%.The consultant did not focus on the lifts, but on the behaviour of the people using the lifts.
BENEFITS CHALLENGES 
- Your own boss - You need to be focused- If you work very hard it is you that benefits - You need to be able to see opportunities (change)- You can make decisions quickly - You need to be hard working- If you want to make changes you can - You need to keep trying even if things don’talways go well- You choose own hours - You are responsible for businessFlexible – decide on own holidays.- You need to take risks.

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