Present information, with a logical organization, coherent focus and credible evidence, while employing effective rhetorical devices where appropriate, using the student's mode of communication with guidance and support.
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Using the case study, "Hoops Vs. Habits," students will be assigned to an opposing or supporting view when considering lifestyle factors in formal medical and/or fitness examinations and assessments. Students will be responsible for recognizing/identifying and noting signs, symptoms, and other health related habits presented in the case study. Once students have completed their intake form, their team (Hoops= Against, Habits= Supporting) will have to construct an argument supporting their viewpoint of lifestyle habits being considered during formal medical assessments.
Using the case study, “Intern Me?”, students will work in a group to discuss the best communication outcome to avoid David and Dr. Mary’s project being delayed in the case study. The class will then debate on which is the best group outcome presented. Students will also need to determine why job knowledge is required for some businesses.
Using the case study, “Taking the Lead,” students will work in a group to conduct an action analysis for a critical thinking discussion. Students will list possible solutions to a problem, then debate which solution is the best fit for the project plan.
This lesson is part 2 in a series of 3 lessons where students determine a group or cause in need of funding, create a fundraising plan, and present their plan to a “board of directors.” In part 1, students researched and compared fundraising ideas from various sources, including their own experience with fundraising activities or events. Students also researched fundraising rules in the state of Florida to determine the necessary forms and information needed to legitimize their fundraisers. In this lesson plan, part 2, students will use their research to determine an innovative way to fundraise for their chosen group or cause and will prepare an outline and an oral presentation to be given in part 3 of the lesson series.
Using the case study, “Getting Noticed in the Workplace,” students will evaluate performance behaviors and work ethics of employees and discuss how learning experiences in the workplace can lead to upward mobility for one’s career path.
Students will read the case study, “Digital Literacy in the Workplace,” and locate sample online employee handbooks from technology companies to determine a possible solution for the case study. In small groups, students will discuss the importance of employee handbooks and training, and they will deliver a presentation on their solutions to the class in this integrated lesson plan.
Using the case study, How to Keep Personal Health Information Safe, students will discuss the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the importance of safeguarding patient information. They will explore real world situations in which this can be difficult and develop ways to avoid these pitfalls in this integrated lesson plan.
Using the case study, "Danger Zone," students will explore the meaning and importance of workplace safety. Students will be split into groups to research a safety requirement from Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards which may apply to the workplace. Groups will then give a demonstration where students are intentionally violating the requirements. Each group will write a mock violation, citing what the group did wrong and which requirement was violated.
Using the case study, "Colossal Cookie Product Quest," students will identify the product features that will meet the target market customers’ needs and wants. The students will then use identified features to develop a scalable and marketable product mix for the business featured in the case study.
Using the case study, "Training Day: The Importance of Professionalism in the Workplace," students will create a PPT to be used as a training guide for employees on how to be professional in the workplace.
Students will collaborate with a group to analyze USDA dietary restrictions and the case study, “Today’s Special: Dietary Restrictions.” Groups will use this information to create and present a catering menu.
Using the case study, “Dining Out Dilemma: How to Meal Plan and Budget for Busy Families,” students will create a presentation that outlines meal planning, budgeting and comparative shopping strategies and tools, that families can use to save money.
Using the case study, "Should the business expand?," students will prepare a balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement using the indirect method with current information and forecast information to decide whether it’s appropriate to move forward with the business expansion.
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