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Teach your students proper email etiquette – or "email netiquette" – with this 45-minute "How to Email" lesson that includes a high-interest introductory lecture and two fun real-world writing activities.First, present the right and wrong way to build an email message with a dynamic 15-slide lecture (Prezi, PDF, and Google Slides versions included). Then, assign students to evaluate four sample emails sent by high school students seeking a summer internship. Finally, have students work individua
8th - 11th, Higher Education, Adult Education
By pairing an engaging 43-minute video with a rich question/answer activity, students will have a meaningful class experience – even on a sub day. This lesson features a viewing of Billions in Change, a high-quality documentary readily available for streaming at multiple online sources, and critical thinking questions that focus on 5-Hour Energy founder Manoj Bhargava and his pledge to use 99 percent of his $4 billion empire to help solve the global problems of energy, fresh water, and disease p
8th - 11th, Adult Education
Have you ever received an email from a student that was written in a rude tone? Emojis, slang, all caps, incomplete sentences galore? We all have, and it's enough to drive us up the wall! But! What if students have just never been taught how to use professional etiquette when addressing a boss or superior? That realization inspired this unit, which revolutionized the way my students emailed me from that point forward.Every year, I recommend teachers of all subjects in middle and high school tea
Teaching basic economics to your kindergarten or first graders? Need a sorting page for practice or assessment? This activity will provide an opportunity to identify and sort a variety of consumers and producers:sort page includesconsumers examples:eating an applewatching TVshoppingbuying gassipping cocoaproducer examples:selling lemonadeapple treedairy cowartistpizza makerIf you need other consumer/producer resources check my store for a poster pack. I also have needs/wants and good/services
K - 1st
***Download the preview to see (low resolution) sample pages!****UPDATE**** The planner now includes over 32 EDITABLE sections!!! I provided editable Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 files for many of the sections included in this planner. You MUST have Microsoft PowerPoint in order to use the editable files. Choose to click and add text or add your own text boxes to customize each page to fit your own personal needs.... You're Welcome!! hahaMy Hello Planner includes over 200 printable template pages f
PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Media Literacy Unit | PDF & Digital Formats: Help your students develop a deeper understanding of media literacy with this engaging 10 lesson unit. Students will learn about the various techniques advertisers use to make commercials and public service announcements effective. Lessons include target audience, commercial techniques, PSA techniques, and effective camera angles and shots. This unit culminates with a student-created PSA project.This resource contains individual PDFs of student pa
**UPDATED With New Link! (4-1-22)**Now includes DIGITAL student worksheets for remote learning. You will need to have a Google account in order to access and edit the Google Slides.**UPDATED (3-23-19)** Now includes:-Student Checklist -Updated Shark Tank Successes-Pictures of completed student products/presentations!-Speech guidelines-Optional Extension Feedback Activity (with pictures!) -Shark Tank Judges Questions Sheet -Questions/Worksheet for students to fill out during their peers' presenta
3rd - 12th
Perfect for dramatic play, community, or financial lessons. This shopping set contains 70 image files, which includes 35 color images and 35black & white images in png. All clipart images are 300dpi for better scaling and printing. * This set is also part of a larger Financial Kids Clip Art Bundle* The money in this set is not accurate and is in Whimsy Clips style This set includes:StoreDollar billWallet with moneyCash registerCoin purseEmpty shopping bagCustomer paying cashier for itemCan
PreK - 5th, Staff
This finance clip art set contains the Banking and Shopping clip art sets bundled. This clipart bundle contains 113 image files, which includes 57 color images and 56 black & white images in png. All clipart images are 300dpi for better scaling and printing.* Buy the bundle and save! The money in this set is not accurate and is in Whimsy Clips style This set was updated to include a debit card and checks without numbers in the corner, however, these images are not shown in the thumbnailThe F
K - 6th
The purpose of this project is to allow students to explore a career of interest. The following are some examples of potential career categories that students might be interested in: (a) Education (b) Law (c) Health Care (d) Trades (e) Agriculture (f) Technology, etc. What's included?• Assignment instructions• Assignment (editable)• Handouts• Rubric• Resume template (editable) Students will learn: • more about career/job of interest• how to complete a job application• how to write a resume• how
So what is Market Day?Market Day is a hands-on project based experience that will have your room buzzing with excitement! You will not believe your students’ enthusiasm as they experience creating a business, selling products, advertising, calculating expenses, practicing customer service, figuring profits, and becoming successful entrepreneurs! Once you experience Market Day for yourself, you will wonder why you never tried it sooner! Market Day allows your students to…Create a Business NameDes
3rd - 6th
This GIANT 200+ page career and business bundle provide students with a variety of information and activities that help to introduce them to the skills necessary for obtaining a job or career. There are currently 17 different activities to choose from that you can mix-and-match as desired. Career Exploration Research Project• The purpose of this project is to allow students to explore a career of interest. Students will learn more about career/job of interest, how to complete a job application,
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Free: How to add a link (hyperlink) to a TpT product description PDF. A YouTube video link with a demonstration is included in the PDF. Watch the video first, and then follow the steps on the PDF. Save this file to your computer so you will have the information each time you need to add a link to a TpT product description. You might also like: How to Add Animated Photos to the TpT Quote Area Carolyn Wilhelm Wise Owl Factory
Higher Education
Looking for a fun way to teach your economics unit to your students? Embrace the holiday craziness & turn your classroom into a North Pole workshop! In this unit, your students will learn about wants and needs, goods and services, producers and consumers, and so much more! The overall objective of this unit is to turn your students into entrepreneurs and your classroom into a North Pole workshop! You will teach various social studies concepts and will guide students into developing businesse
THIS IS IT! Great for teachers tasked with teaching an entire Microsoft Office module!Complete 4 course bundle of lesson plans for Microsoft Office 2016 & 2019 / 365 (will also work for Microsoft Office 2013 but some tabs and menus may be named differently)Applications: 33 Word lessons35 PowerPoint lessons20 Excel lessons9 Outlook Activities6 Computer Vocabulary Quizzes25 Computer lab posters27 Technology Writing Prompts8 Miscellaneous Computer Activities (great assignments for the first we
⭐️Let's all take a field trip! In this Virtual Field Trip, students go to Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream for an exciting and educational cross-curricular learning experience! Students will learn about Ben and Jerry, their original business in Vermont, ingredient sourcing, the factory, the ice cream creation process, and the science behind flavor development. This virtual field trip in Google Slides & Seesaw contains video links, images, reading passages, exercises, writing activities, and more. ⭐
2nd - 5th
Show these 10 amazing technology videos to your students. Pause after each video to give students time to respond to the questions.• The videos are exciting, quick and definitely grab students’ attention. • They showcase cutting edge technology.UPDATE: This activity has been completely redesigned with new videos and questions!TOPICS1.Scientists Have Created Edible Water2.This Machine is Basically a Roomba for Waterways3.Turn Your Hand Into a Keyboard4.Weird, Wearable Necklace Could be the Futu
Blogger Basics: I used this PDF when presenting a half day workshop in my district title "Blogger Basics". This PDF is specifically designed for beginners who would like help setting up their account and learning the ropes on Blogger or other experienced bloggers who would like to present workshops on starting their own blog. If you are presenting this at a workshop, you must purchase additional licenses for the expected number of participants or contact me at [email protected] and I wi
PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
7 career readiness lessons teach students workplace professionalism using real-life scenarios, examples, situations, and questions. Save 23% on job skills, employment applications, resume, interview, workplace behaviors, business etiquette, appearance, and social media skills activities. Prepare CTE, vocational, co-op, business, work skills, and life skills students for workplace success. Updated in 2022.43 print-and-go PDF pages plus answer keys. For an alternative digital version to be comple
8th - 12th, Higher Education
Joining Teachers Pay Teachers has truly been a life-changing experience for me. I've learned a lot along the way. This ebook is a collection of tips, tricks, thoughts, and reflections that I want to pass on to other sellers who are looking for a little inspiration. This is not a step-by-step guide to become a millionaire overnight. (If I knew how to do that, I'd be a millionaire.) But it is an honest reflection and explanation of the strategies that have worked for me, as well as of some of th
Getting Started on Teachers Pay Teachers: I used this PDF when presenting a day long workshop in my district title "Getting Started on Teachers Pay Teachers". Have you been wanting to get started on TpT but don't know where to start? I have been selling for almost a year and a half and have learned much of this through trial and error and collaboration with other TpT sellers. This file will save you tons of time and put you way ahead on the learning curve. Currently, I am in the top 150 all-time
PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This updated download contains two (2) ready-to-use economics activities. * Each includes teaching suggestions and a full-sized answer key. Just print and copy! These fun and easy activities can be used to introduce, review, and/or assess understanding of GOODS and SERVICES. The lesson includes kid-friendly definitions of each term as well as clear, easy-to-understand directions, and graduated application. * This lesson is included in the following product: Economics Activity COMBO Pa
3rd - 5th
Teaching your class the difference between goods and services? Need an assessment, or an activity to reinforce this concept? Grab this sorting page and students will determine whether the picture would be offering a good or a service! They will cut and glue to show their answer.Pictures (with labels) include:bikedentistice creamtshirtlibrarianmail carriergumballstaxi/ubersanitation riderwaterIf you need other goods and services resources check my store for a poster pack. I also have needs/wants
Economic Lessons 1-4 Key Economic Concepts Made EasyThese worksheets and PowerPoints were designed to assist with the teaching of key economic concepts that many students struggle with. These concepts have been simplified and broken down into more easily digestible chucks.1. Why Study Economics?Needs and WantsObjectives: Students will be able to:• Define economics.• Explain why it is important to study economics.• Identify where economic decisions begin.• D
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