1. Topic-
How to Conduct Ruthless Business.
2. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. To have to students learn how to survive in the competitive business industry
2. To have students learn the differences between business and ruthless business
3. To have students learn how to make a profit
3. Objectives-
1. How students conduct their ruthless business
2. Whether students are ruthless enough in conducting their business
3. Would they make a profit?
4. Materials and Aids-
Smart Board
5. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Ask students what they think business is
2. Regardless of definition (unless it's really good), tell them that they're all wrong
3. Begin descent into the ruthless underbelly of the business industry

B. Development-

1. Give students a scenario and ask them what they would do. Some kind of ethics question
2. Explain to students why ethics are important, even in ruthless business
3. Tell students what ruthless business is actually about, by giving them another scenario. Rather than asking them for their choice, tell them the ruthless choice.

C. Practice-

1. All students break up into groups.
2. Students create scenarios regarding ruthless business.
3. Students perform skits, acting out their scenarios.

D. Independent Practice-

1. Students are given several scenarios and they choose their answers. The questions are open ended.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1. To explain to any students who don't understand what ruthless business is, the scenarios will be simplified.
2. Also, students that don't understand can ask their classmates.

F. Checking for understanding-

1. Have an open dialogue with students regarding the lesson's of the day.
2. Answer any questions they may have.
3. Reiterate the meaning of ruthless business

G. Closure-

1. Redefine ruthless business
2. Tell students why it's the only form of business
6. Evaluation-
1. Assess students based on their answers to the scenarios given to them
2. Evaluate students on their skits

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