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Sub-Topic Learning Objective

Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship BE 1.1: Recognize concepts associated with the
entrepreneurial processes of: Discovery, Concept
Development, Resourcing, Actualization, and
Harvesting.
Entrepreneurship BE1.2: Describe the various business functions
performed by entrepreneurs including (but not
limited to): Management, Human Resource
Management, Information Management,
Marketing Management, Operations
Management, Risk Management, and Strategic
Management
Government and
Legal Environment
Government and
Legal Environment
BE 2.1: Describe how government affects
business decision-making operations and
transactions including (but not limited to): the
relationship between business and government,
nature of taxes, monetary policy; the role of the
Federal Reserve System' and the effects of fiscal
and monetary policies
Government and
Legal Environment
BE2.2: Discuss legal and regulatory concepts
that apply to business such as (but not limited
to): nature and scope of business laws and
regulations; business law concepts terminology;
contract types and elements; contract law,
consumer law, and consumer credit and
protection; U.S regulatory environment; trade
regulations and anti-trust legislations and
business structures
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, processes, and skills associated with identifying new ideas, opportunities, and methods
(including starting a new project or venture).
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of a business' responsibility to know, abide by, and enforce laws and regulations that affect business
operations and transactions.
Government and
Legal Environment
BE2.3: Recognize safety, health, and
environmental regulations such as (but not
limited to): individual and organizational
responsibilities to create and maintain a safe
work environment; OSHA standards and their
impact on the workplace; general safety, health,
and environmental concepts, policies, and
procedures (e.g., MSDS).
Government and
Legal Environment
BE2.4: Identify human resources laws and
regulations such as(but not limited to): nature
and scope of human resource laws and
regulations; employment laws and regulations;
employment contracts and relationships,
workplace regulations (e.g.,ADA, EEOC); and
workforce programs (e.g., AAp)
Business Ethics
Business Ethics BE3.1: Explain the nature of business ethic
including (but not limited to): differences between
ethical and legal issues; concept of business
social responsibility; the role of organizational
policies and procedures in business ethics; and
the concepts and principles underlying ethical
behavior in business (e.g., ethical use of
information systems)
Economic Principles
Economic Principles BE4.1: Identify fundamental economic concepts
such as( but not limited to): economics and
economic activities; economic good and services;
economic resources; economic utilities; principles
of supply and demand; and functions of prices in
markets.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of ethical standards that govern business operations and transactions and employee behavior.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of economic principles and concepts fundamental to the operation and/or management of a business
Economic Principles BE4.2: describe the nature of business and its
contribution to society including (but not limited
to): business' role in society; types of business
activities; factors that affect the business
environment; the global environment in which
businesses operate; and the organizational
design of businesses.
Economic Principles BE4.3: recognize how economic systems
influence environments in which businesses
function including (but not limited to): types of
economic systems; concept of private enterprise;
factors affecting a business' profit and risk;
concept of competition; and market structure.
Economic Principles BE4.4: discuss the economic principle of
productivity including (but not limited to):
cost/profit relationships; impact of
specialization/division of labor on productivity;
concept of organized labor and business; and the
concepts of diminishing returns and interest rate
fluctuations.
Economic Principles BE4.5: recognize indicator of economic health
such as (but not limited to): price stability;
consumer spending; unemployment rate; gross
domestic product; inflation; and interest rate
fluctuations.
Economic Principles BE4.6: describe the nature of global trade
including (but not limited to): the relationship
between exchange rates and domestic economy;
impact of cultural and social environments on
global trade; labor issues associated with global
trade; and concept of traded deficits.
Human Resource
Management
Human Resource
Management
R1.1 Describe the role and functions of human
resource management running a business
including (but not limited to): nature of human
resource management; the employment
cycle(recruiting, selection, staffing, on-boarding,
performance management, etc..) strategic human
resource planning' employment-at-will; and
discipline and dismissal procedures
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, techniques, and systems that businesses use to plan, staff, lead, and organize its human
resources.
Human Resource
Management
R1.2 Describe the concept of productivity as it
relates to human resources management
including (but not limited to): categories of labor
costs; differences between performance and
productivity; etc..
Financial
Management
Financial
Management
R2.1: describe financial concepts and procedures
used to track money flow and to determine
financial status including(but not limited to):
differences between finance and accounting;
foundational finance concepts and terminologies
( e.g., cash flow statements; income statements;
balance sheets); and basic financial analyses (
e.g., actual vs. budgeted income statements;
cost and revenue analyses, etc.).
Financial
Management
R2.2: explain the role of finance in business
including ( but not limited to): role of ethics and
standards in finance; and financial records
associated with managing a business.
Financial
Management
R2.3: identify how accounting information is used
to make business decisions including (but not
limited to): accounting principles and procedures
that affect business decisions; accounting
principles and procedures that affect business
decisions; account payables vs. account
receivables; and payroll processes and
procedures ( e.g., payroll documents, checks and
records).
Information
Management
Information
Management
R3.1Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of
technology applicable to the office environment
including the use of computers and the internet
for information processing and business decision-
making
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, strategies, and systems needed to access, process, maintain, evaluate, and disseminate
information to assist business decision-making.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, strategies, and systems used to maintain, monitor, control, and plan the use of financial
resources.
Professional
Development
Professional
Development
CDM1.1 Identify and describe functions of career
development concepts, tools, and strategies (e.g.
career planning, portfolio/resume, web based
tools such as job postings and other professional
development resources; etc..)
Professional
Development
CDM1.2Identify and describe functions of
techniques, strategies, and systems used to
foster self-understanding and enhance value to
others (e.g., need for ongoing education;
effective job interviewing skills; meeting dress,
personal hygiene; and appearance codes set by
management)
Communication
Communication RM1.1 identify and describe elements of effective
oral and written communication skills including
active listening skills
Customer Relations
Customer Relations RM2.1 identify and describe good customer
service(including concepts of: educating
customers in products, services, prices, options,
etc..; service recovery tactics, techniques, and
strategies; up-selling
Marketing
Marketing RM3.1discuss the importance of marketing and
its role in running a business
Marketing RM3.2 Identify and describe elements of effective
sales/marketing strategies (five P's- product,
place, promotions, people etc..
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, strategies, and systems used to obtain and convey ideas and information.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the techniques and strategies used to foster positive, ongoing relationships with customers.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, techniques, and systems that businesses use to create exchanges and satisfy organizational
objectives.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, tools, and strategies used to explore, obtain, and develop a business career.
Leadership and
Teamwork
Leadership and
Teamwork
RM4.1 Discuss the roles and responsibilities of
leaders and members in a business environment
Leadership and
Teamwork
RM4.2 Identify and describe elements of effective
leadership
Leadership and
Teamwork
RM 4.3 identify and describe elements of
effective teamwork
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of leadership and teamwork concepts and principles
List your two pieces of
evidence for each
competency
Links to evidence
Cereal Box Project
reflection, Small
Business statement of
purpose
small business statement of
purpose.docx
Cereal Box Reflection.doc
Lamoille Obstacle Run
department write up,
Entrepreneurship Day
(photos, email and
website)
http://www.vermontentre
preneur.net/
Obstacle_Race_Procedure-
2014-05-05.zip
Aplia, Employee
Payroll Taxes, Chapter
1 Economic Systems
Aplia payroll.jpg Chapter 1 Discussion
board.docx
Small business
ownership, regulations,
and contracts, Chapter
8 Intro to Business
International trade
regulations
Waiver form.doc Chapter 8 discission
board.jpg
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, processes, and skills associated with identifying new ideas, opportunities, and methods
(including starting a new project or venture).
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of a business' responsibility to know, abide by, and enforce laws and regulations that affect business
operations and transactions.
Chapter 2 Business
Ethics and Social
Responsibility, Small
Business Marketing
Strategies (my goal)
Marketing Strategies.docx Chapter 2 Discussion
Board.jpg
Chapter 10 Managing
Human Resources
(labor Unions), Small
Business Plan
Business Organization
Operations (codes of
ethics)
Management and
Personnel (codes of
ethics).docx
Labor Unions DB.jpg
FBLA Business ethics
Presentation and
Scoring Sheets/
Research Paper
(picture of rating
sheets)
(link to research paper)
Small Business
servises/ Small
business plan Pricing
strategies
(Pricing Strategies for
chap 13 post asses.)
Services.docx
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of ethical standards that govern business operations and transactions and employee behavior.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of economic principles and concepts fundamental to the operation and/or management of a business
HPES internship (using
technology to
communicate globally)/
Website Reflections on
internships
Interpesonal tasks and skills
Q2.jpg
Essential Questions,
Integrating tech Q3.png
Sm. Business
competition chart/
competitive analysis
Lamoille obstacle run
departments write-
up/Aleks notes for
interest rates
Obstacle_Race_Procedure-
2014-05-05.zip
2 sections in chapter 3
intro to business
Chapter 3, business in
a borderless world/
small business selling
strategies
chapter 10 Managing
Human
Resources/Small
Business Management
and Personnel
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, techniques, and systems that businesses use to plan, staff, lead, and organize its human
resources.
Internship with Eden
learning
outcome/Chapter 9
creating the human
resource advantage
Personal budget cash
flow, sm business
balance sheet
Cash flow analysis/
Aplia journalizing
SM. Business cash
flow/ income statement
Micro Computer Apps
course description/
Essential questions for
quarter 2 internships
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, strategies, and systems needed to access, process, maintain, evaluate, and disseminate
information to assist business decision-making.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, strategies, and systems used to maintain, monitor, control, and plan the use of financial
resources.
Resume/ Cover letter
FBLA job interview/
JSC early college
description
Internship
Assessment, Job
interview assement
SM. Business TV
add/print add
Small business plan
print add/ Commercial
(commercial outline for
physical evidence)
Cereal box Packet (ask for email copy)/ Product placement Discussion board Chap 12
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, strategies, and systems used to obtain and convey ideas and information.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the techniques and strategies used to foster positive, ongoing relationships with customers.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, techniques, and systems that businesses use to create exchanges and satisfy organizational
objectives.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, tools, and strategies used to explore, obtain, and develop a business career.
Chapter 7,
Organization,
Teamwork and
Communication/
Internship student
responses
Stowe Rotary
Scholarship/ Student of
the month Profile
Stowe Rotary
Scholarship/ FBLA
Business Ethics
Presentation
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of leadership and teamwork concepts and principles
No Exposure=0, Introduced=1,
Entry Level=2, Practiced=3, Able
to Complete with Minimal
Help=4
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, processes, and skills associated with identifying new ideas, opportunities, and methods
(including starting a new project or venture).
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of a business' responsibility to know, abide by, and enforce laws and regulations that affect business
operations and transactions.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of ethical standards that govern business operations and transactions and employee behavior.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of economic principles and concepts fundamental to the operation and/or management of a business
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, techniques, and systems that businesses use to plan, staff, lead, and organize its human
resources.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, strategies, and systems needed to access, process, maintain, evaluate, and disseminate
information to assist business decision-making.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, strategies, and systems used to maintain, monitor, control, and plan the use of financial
resources.
Cereal box Packet (ask for email copy)/ Product placement Discussion board Chap 12
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, strategies, and systems used to obtain and convey ideas and information.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the techniques and strategies used to foster positive, ongoing relationships with customers.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the tools, techniques, and systems that businesses use to create exchanges and satisfy organizational
objectives.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of the concepts, tools, and strategies used to explore, obtain, and develop a business career.
The student will demonstrate a working understanding of leadership and teamwork concepts and principles