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Elena Goldblum

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SEL- Entrepreneurship Lesson (6-8) CEW 14.4.8B

SEL-6th-8th Entrepreneurship CEW 14.4.8B Hello Students! This activity is about how you can evaluate your own entrepreneurial character traits, and how that influences careers opportunities. Lesson Topic: Entrepreneurship CEW 14.4.8B- Through internet research of famous entrepreneurs, students will learn how their character traits helped them to succeed. After listening to the activity, please complete "To Become An Entrepreneur" worksheet. Answer key is provided. Directions for Submitting Activity: 1. You do not need to print! 2. You can use any piece of paper to record your answers. 3. Be creative when submitting your work. 4. You can create a video, take a picture, or voice record yourself explaining your answers for "To Become An Entrepreneur" Worksheet.

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Social Emotional Learning
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This activity fulfills the Career Work Standard for 13.4.8B Evaluate how entrepreneurial character traits influence career opportunities. ANSWER KEY FOR WORKSHEET! Walt Disney DISNEY Henry Ford FORD MOTOR COMPANY Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield BEN & JERRY’S ICE CREAM Simon Cowell AMERICAN IDOL JUDGE; RECORD PRODUCER Debbie Fields MRS. FIELDS COOKIES Wayne Huizenga BLOCKBUSTER; OWNER OF THE MIAMI DOLPHINS FOOTBALL TEAM Madame C.J. Walker FIRST FEMALE AFRICAN-AMERICAN MILLIONAIRE Coco Chanel CLOTHING AND PERFUME DESIGNER Jerry Yang YAHOO FOUNDER Donald and Doris Fisher GAP INC. Ray Kroc MCDONALD’S Pierre Omidyar EBAY Dave Thomas WENDY’S RESTURANT Sam Walton WAL-MART Anita Roddick THE BODY SHOP