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    Interpersonal Skills

    Attitudes

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelof the interactionMental rehearsal of theinteractionOvert practice (roleplay)

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelMental rehearsal of behaviorOvert practice of behavior

    III. Industrial Arts and TechnologyA. AutomotiveB. Refrigeration and Air

    ConditioningC. Civil Technology: Basic

    CarpentryD. Introduction to Electronics

    Facts

    Concepts

    PrinciplesProcedures

    Interpersonal Skills

    Attitudes

    MnemonicsPractice strategy

    IntegrationOrganizationElaboration

    IntegrationElaboration

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelof the interactionMental rehearsal of theinteractionOvert practice (roleplay)

    Developingverbal/imaginal model

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    Mental rehearsal of behaviorOvert practice of behavior

    IV. EntrepreneurshipA.

    Business Management

    B.

    Office ManagementC.

    Guide to Web Designing

    D.

    Introduction to the CallCenter Operation

    Facts

    Concepts

    PrinciplesProcedures

    Interpersonal Skills

    Attitudes

    MnemonicsPractice strategy

    IntegrationOrganizationElaboration

    IntegrationElaboration

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelof the interactionMental rehearsal of the

    interactionOvert practice (roleplay)

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelMental rehearsal of behaviorOvert practice of behavior

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    Topics Content Type Instructional Strategy Learning Activity

    IV. Entrepreneurship Facts

    Concepts

    PrinciplesProcedures

    Interpersonal Skills

    Attitudes

    MnemonicsPractice strategy

    IntegrationOrganizationElaboration

    IntegrationElaboration

    Developingverbal/imaginal model of the interactionMental rehearsal of theinteractionOvert practice (role play)

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelMental rehearsal of behaviorOvert practice of behavior

    Learner-content-reflection

    -quiz

    Learner-learner-brainstorming-collaborativewriting-case study-discussion-WebQuest

    Learner-teacher-groupproject/portfolio-test/exam-essay

    IV. Entrepreneurship

    A.

    Business Management(AccountingCycle/Bookkeeping)

    Facts

    Concepts

    PrinciplesProcedures

    Interpersonal Skills

    Attitudes

    MnemonicsPractice strategy

    IntegrationOrganizationElaboration

    IntegrationElaboration

    Developing

    verbal/imaginal model of the interactionMental rehearsal of theinteractionOvert practice (role play)

    Developingverbal/imaginal model

    Learner-content-reflection-online quiz-drill andpractice

    Learner-learner

    -discussion

    Learner-teacher-test/exam

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    Mental rehearsal of behaviorOvert practice of behavior

    -essay

    IV. Entrepreneurship

    B. Office Management(Word Processing)

    Facts

    Concepts

    PrinciplesProcedures

    Interpersonal Skills

    Attitudes

    MnemonicsPractice strategy

    IntegrationOrganizationElaboration

    IntegrationElaboration

    Developingverbal/imaginal model of the interactionMental rehearsal of theinteraction

    Overt practice (role play)

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelMental rehearsal of behaviorOvert practice of behavior

    Learner-content-reflection-quiz

    Learner-learner-brainstorming-collaborativewriting-Webquest

    -discussion

    Learner-teacher-test/exam-essay

    IV. Entrepreneurship

    C. Guide to Web Designing

    Facts

    Concepts

    PrinciplesProcedures

    Interpersonal Skills

    MnemonicsPractice strategy

    IntegrationOrganizationElaboration

    IntegrationElaboration

    Developing

    Learner-content-reflection-quiz

    Learner-learner

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    Attitudes

    verbal/imaginal model of the interactionMental rehearsal of theinteractionOvert practice (role play)

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelMental rehearsal of behaviorOvert practice of behavior

    -brainstorming-collaborativework-case study-discussion

    Learner-teacher-group project-test/exam-essay

    IV. Entrepreneurship

    D. Introduction to the CallCenter Operation

    Facts

    Concepts

    PrinciplesProcedures

    Interpersonal Skills

    Attitudes

    MnemonicsPractice strategy

    IntegrationOrganizationElaboration

    IntegrationElaboration

    Developingverbal/imaginal model of the interactionMental rehearsal of theinteraction

    Overt practice (role play)

    Developingverbal/imaginal modelMental rehearsal of behaviorOvert practice of behavior

    Learner-content-reflection-quiz

    Learner-learner-brainstorming-group work-discussion-online chat

    Learner-teacher-group project-test/exam-essay

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    (Format adapted from EDDE210 Annex 5-1 and revised to conform to the lesson)Unit IV Title: EntrepreneurshipLesson 2: Planning a BusinessObjective: At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to

    1.

    Cognitive - enumerate the steps in creating a business plan2.

    Affective - relate the relevance of entrepreneurial characteristics to family self-sufficiency,productivity and community development (social enterprise)

    3.

    Psychomotor - demonstrate the knowledge and skill in planning a business by presenting abusiness plan proposal

    Rationale

    Now that youve learned about the qualities that set entrepreneurs apart from the rest of thepopulation, the problems that they encounter to make their business work, and the different businessventures that you can go into, it is time for you to get to know how to prepare a business plan proposal.

    Task and Expected Output

    As a group, gather resources on how to set up a business. Choose one livelihood topic from yourprevious TLE courses for your business plan proposal and then present them to the class. Each groupwill submit a written report of the business plan proposal at the end of this unit. In addition, each of youwill write a reflection on what you have learned from planning a business.

    Procedure/Steps

    1. Create an account in Google Docs or Wikispaces (if you dont have one yet). 2. Students will be in groups of four and have assigned numbers 1-4.3. For the proposal project, the students who will be responsible for the following portions of the

    proposal:Cover Page and Table of Contents- All StudentsExecutive Summary- All Students (to be completed at the end of the project)Company Overview- Students 1 and 2Marketing Analysis- Students 3 and 4Marketing and Sales Strategies- Students 3 and 4Operations Plan- Students 1 and 2Management Plan- Students 1 and 2Financial Data- All Students

    4. Please watch the videos, How to Write a Business Plan and Business Proposals in WebQuest. Takedown notes and keep these questions in mind:

    The three parts of the writing process are:The three parts of planning are:What is the difference between a report and a proposal?How can your writing be concise?What is it important to take a break from your writing before editing?What are the four important parts of editing?

    5. Please also read the report in SIFE Pilipinas about social enterprise. You can also read the othersections of To Green or Not to Green in WebQuest to obtain more ideas for your business plan.

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    6. Answer these following questions about your project:Who are your readers?How much do your readers know about your subject?What do I want this document to accomplish?What do I want from my reader?

    Who, what, when, where, how, why?7. Before writing the actual proposal, groups must create an OUTLINE via Google Docs or a wiki (so allgroup members have access to editing). The following elements should be included in the proposal.

    Company OverviewMarket AnalysisMarketing and Sales StrategiesOperations PlanManagement Plans

    8. Once you are finished with your business plan/proposal, your group must present the plan/proposalto the class. Your classmates will provide ideas, concerns, questions, clarifications, feedback, andconstructive criticism. Please use your classmates feedback as an editing tool before you present yourfinal copy to the teacher. Please watch the video, Steps to an Effective Business Presentation, to helpyou with your presentation.9. Write the lessons learned in your blog.10. Invite your classmates to comment on your work.11. Fill out the self-assessment and peer assessment forms.12. Fill out the survey form.13. Be prepared for a short quiz and final exam.

    Resources

    Google Docshttps://docs.google.com

    Wikispaceshttp://www.wikispaces.com/ orGoogle Siteshttp://sites.google.com/site/projectwikitemplate_en/home (or your existing wiki site)

    Bloghttp://www.blogger.com/ or http://www.wordpress.com/ (or your existing blog site)

    McGrath et al. , To Green or Not to Green (Business Plan Proposal)http://questgarden.com/107/34/2/100723174514/index.htm

    Examples

    VideosMcGrath et al. , To Green or Not to Green How to Write A Business Plan, Business Proposals, Steps Toan Effective Business Presentationhttp://questgarden.com/107/34/2/100723174514/t-process.htm

    https://docs.google.com/https://docs.google.com/http://www.wikispaces.com/http://www.wikispaces.com/http://sites.google.com/site/projectwikitemplate_en/homehttp://sites.google.com/site/projectwikitemplate_en/homehttp://www.blogger.com/http://www.blogger.com/http://www.wordpress.com/http://www.wordpress.com/http://questgarden.com/107/34/2/100723174514/index.htmhttp://questgarden.com/107/34/2/100723174514/index.htmhttp://questgarden.com/107/34/2/100723174514/t-process.htmhttp://questgarden.com/107/34/2/100723174514/t-process.htmhttp://questgarden.com/107/34/2/100723174514/t-process.htmhttp://questgarden.com/107/34/2/100723174514/index.htmhttp://www.wordpress.com/http://www.blogger.com/http://sites.google.com/site/projectwikitemplate_en/homehttp://www.wikispaces.com/https://docs.google.com/
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    Report SIFE Pilipinas Social Enterprisehttp://www.pilipinassife.org/materials/projects/Social-Enterprise.pdf

    Business Plan Proposalhttp://sampleproposal.net/

    Wiki http://umstrategicplan.wikispaces.com/Meetings http://greetingsfromtheworld.wikispaces.com/

    Bloghttp://saoyuth.wordpress.com/2010/11/10/everybodys-talking-about-business-plan/ http://emilysblog3s.edublogs.org/

    Assessment criteria

    This is how your work will be evaluatedBeginning(0-2 pts)

    Developing(3-4 pts)

    Qualified(5-6 pts)

    Exemplary(7-8 pts)

    Students Rating

    Teachers Rating

    Wiki Set-up

    Set-up, but not usedor used only acouple of times.

    Set-up and usedoccasionally, butless than 3-xweekly.

    Set-up and usedfrequently, morethan 4-x weekly.

    Used by all as anintegrated tool tofrequently shareideas.

    Collaboration

    Collaborated, butdid so rarely and/orineffectively.

    Collaboratedregularly.

    Collaboratedfrequently.

    Collaboratedfrequently andeffectively.

    Product/Service

    Choice of theproduct for thebusiness plan doesnot show anyimagination andunderstanding of thetarget market.

    Choice of theproduct for thebusiness planshows someimagination andunderstanding of the target market.

    Choice of theproduct for thebusiness planshows imaginationand understandingof the targetmarket.

    Choice of theproduct for thebusiness planshows a great of imagination andunderstanding of the target market.

    DataGathering

    Information wasgathered from onlyone source and/orinformation notaccurate.

    Accurateinformation wasgathered from acouple of sourcesbut notsystematically.

    Accurateinformation wasgathered from acouple of sources ina systematicmanner.

    Accurateinformation wasgathered fromseveral sources in asystematic manner.

    Spelling/Mechanics/Grammar

    7 or moregrammatical,spelling, orpunctuation errors.

    4-6 grammaticalspelling orpunctuationerrors.

    1-3 grammatical,spelling orpunctuation errors.

    No grammatical,spelling orpunctuation errors.

    ParagraphConstruction

    Paragraphingstructure was notclear and sentences

    Paragraphsincluded relatedinformation but

    Most paragraphsincludeintroductory

    All paragraphsincludeintroductory

    http://www.pilipinassife.org/materials/projects/Social-Enterprise.pdfhttp://sampleproposal.net/http://sampleproposal.net/http://umstrategicplan.wikispaces.com/Meetingshttp://umstrategicplan.wikispaces.com/Meetingshttp://greetingsfromtheworld.wikispaces.com/http://greetingsfromtheworld.wikispaces.com/http://saoyuth.wordpress.com/2010/11/10/everybodys-talking-about-business-plan/http://saoyuth.wordpress.com/2010/11/10/everybodys-talking-about-business-plan/http://emilysblog3s.edublogs.org/http://emilysblog3s.edublogs.org/http://emilysblog3s.edublogs.org/http://saoyuth.wordpress.com/2010/11/10/everybodys-talking-about-business-plan/http://greetingsfromtheworld.wikispaces.com/http://umstrategicplan.wikispaces.com/Meetingshttp://sampleproposal.net/http://www.pilipinassife.org/materials/projects/Social-Enterprise.pdf
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    were not typicallyrelated within theparagraphs.

    were typically notconstructed well.

    sentence,explanations ordetails, andconcludingsentence.

    sentence,explanations ordetails, andconcludingsentence.

    Sources

    One or more sourcesare not accuratelydocumented.

    All sources(information andgraphics) aredocumented.

    All sources(information andgraphics) aredocumented, buthave 1-2 errors.

    All sources(information andgraphics) areaccuratelydocumented.

    Organization

    The information isdisorganized.

    Information isorganized, butparagraphs arenot wellconstructed.

    Information isorganized withwell-constructedparagraphs.

    Information is veryorganized withwell-constructedparagraphs andsubheadings.

    Total

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    Unit IV Title: EntrepreneurshipChapter II: Office ManagementLesson 3: Word Processing - Business LetterObjective: At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to

    1.

    Cognitive - enumerate the steps in writing a business letter2.

    Affective - relate the relevance of a word processed business letter to family self-sufficiency,productivity and community development (social enterprise)

    3.

    Psychomotor - demonstrate the knowledge and skill in the fundamental methods andtechniques in word processing by writing a business letter

    Rationale

    As an entrepreneur, you will at some point have to write a request letter. The need for information,services or products arises daily in almost every type of business. While certain requests, such asordering merchandise, are routine matters, the general guidelines for business letter writing areespecially important when writing any request. (Campbell)

    Task and Expected Output

    Tact and courtesy are very important when you want your reader to act. And if you want them to actpromptly, your letter must encourage them to do so. All requests should:1. be specific and brief;2. be reasonable;3. provide complete, accurate information.

    Many of you probably have not written any type of letter since elementary school (or maybe middle-school). This task was designed to assist you with increasing your level of understanding and comfortwith writing letters. At the end of this task, you should be able to write and type a formal business

    request letter, using the block-style format that is accepted by most businesses. Be able to write areflection on what you have learned f...

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