Category Archives: Business Education 8
Make sure you have completed the assignment by answering the Entrepreneur Questions: Part 1: Elon Musk Part 2: Ten Tree Apparel (Dragons’ Den) Part 3: FreeToes (Dragons’ Den) Save all the questions and answers into ONE Microsoft Word Document. Rename … Continue reading
For the first assignment, you will create a poster by hand on a blank letter-sized sheet of paper. In the center of the blank sheet, put a photo or a drawing of yourself and write your name near your photo.
Welcome back to the 2013-2014 school year! This website provides students with an abundant amount of learning materials for Mr. Kam’s courses. New assignments and other updates are posted on the homepage blog (as well as on Twitter via @kamsensei). It is … Continue reading
Term 3 marks and final grades will be posted outside Room 305 until June 28.
You and your group members will be working on three assignments simultaneously: business brochure (x 1) promotional posters (x 2) business cards (x 3) – Note: Groups with two members are exempted.
Only one member in your group (i.e. the one who already has an existing Facebook account) needs to follow these instructions: Go to Facebook.com. If you have already logged in, log out first and then return to the home page. … Continue reading
Preparation Tasks: One person in each group needs to do this; the other members support him/her. Locate the file Sample Inventory.xlsx on S:\Handout\Business 8. Drag and drop file into Google Drive. Note: You need to turn on conversion to Google Docs. If it … Continue reading
Task: Students will recreate a miniature model of one section of their store’s selling area (i.e. the place where your customers will mainly be). This excludes areas such as kitchens, storage areas, offices, washrooms, and change rooms. Students will have three full classes … Continue reading
This is a group assignment. Your group will create a Google Document that describes the interior design of your business. Each member is responsible for the design for ONE room: Selling Area Another Room (e.g. kitchen) Washroom (only if working … Continue reading