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This six-week winter camp adventure involves students in reading and studying six different articles about kid entrepreneurs, taking Cornell notes on each article, and writing a business plan as an entrepreneur with a new start-up.
Dr. Harper, Ed.D.
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Twice per week
over 6 weeks
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This summer camp adventure involves students in reading and studying five different articles about kid entrepreneurs, taking Cornell notes on each article, completing comprehension questions for each article, and researching business ideas, and then writing a plan as an entrepreneur with a new start-up. The kid entrepreneur reading and studying instruction use five different high-interest articles about kid entrepreneurs. The topics of the articles include a 13-year old who opened a bakery,...
Students will work between sessions to prepare for a weekly quiz and conduct research related to writing a plan for a start-up business.
5 files available upon enrollmentThe teacher will post articles and materials needed prior to the start of each session. Students will need to conduct online research and have materials to help them create a presentation of a plan for a fictitious business start-up.
Each student will be evaluated based on in-class participation, a weekly comprehension quiz, and the completion of a start-up business plan.
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
1. This 13-year old opened a bakery; for every cupcake he sells, he gives one to the homeless, by Hannah Natanson, Washington Post. 2. Eleven-year-old is taking a lemonade stand to a new level by Anna Muckerman, Baltimore Sun. 3. Girl Scout aims to beat her record of selling 5,155 boxes of cookies by Chicago Tribune. 4. Florida teens finding sweet success with their Black Bee Honey business By Orlando Sentinel. 5. Fifteen-year-old finds success selling homemade slime by Dallas Morning News. 6. Space race to bring supplies to astronaut, by Washington Post. Videos 7 Year Old Named Kid Entrepreneur of the Year (2017) https://youtu.be/OkB3nKVU8Y0 and Orlando Children’s Business Fair https://youtu.be/bCjXyTUfWFo
Dr. Harper, Ed.D.Dr. Debra Harper, Ed.D.
322 total reviews
636 completed classes
Greetings OutSchool Parents and Students! I am Dr. Debra Harper. My specialty areas of teaching are English language arts, beginning, intermediate, and secondary reading skills, beginning, intermediate, and secondary writing instruction, reading...