Global Entrepreneurship Week
Global Entrepreneurship Week (17-23 November 2013) gives students the opportunity to learn new skills and gain knowledge, contacts and confidence. Help prepare students for the business world and see which entrepreneurs of the future are sitting in your classroom with these free lesson plans, classroom activities and teaching resources.
See official Global Entrepreneurship Week resources on the GEWprofile.
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Entrepreneurs and enterprise
Introduce the ideas behind Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014 with this visual PowerPoint presentation and plan from our featured partner, GEW
You can organise a local business enterprise day with this useful printable guide from Stratford City.
Use this guide to help you implement entrepreneurial activities in your school.
Match up the famous faces to the profiles in this quick worksheet activity that works well as a lesson starter.
Explore the businesses in your local area and encourage students to analyse the positives and negatives of setting up shop locally with this QCDA_Resources’ scheme of work.
This guide from our partner GEW shows you how to put on a fun and productive Global Entrepreneurship Week in your school.
How crucial is ICT to the success of a product? Let students see for themselves with this packaging and advertising project.
Set up your own after school enterprise club using the handy tips in this guide.
Try these free lesson plans from National Schools Partnership and get students running their own enterprise in school.
A perfect project for chocoholics – put your students’ marketing skills to the test with this advertising task in which they must pitch a campaign for a chocolate bar.
Students will love rocking out with this project. Their task: to set up and promote a new college band.
From logos and slogans to market research, there’s plenty to help students get to grips with the skills they’ll need in the world of business in this project booklet.
Use these worksheets to introduce important enterprise skills to your students.
Understand what “good practice” is when it comes to employability and enterprise skills with this Ofstedreport.
Body language and listening skills can be just as important as what you say in meetings. Teach students about effective communication with this range of PowerPoint presentations.
Help students understand the importance of risk in the business world with this interactive PowerPoint lesson.