Students will be creating their line of neck ties that they will be using in their pitch.
This lesson asks students to create surveys for an inquiry into school lunch menus. Students will learn about studies, create a survey and make a plan to implement. This lesson is part two of a four-part lesson investigating school lunch menus.
Students will use computer software to create a marketing brochure for their neckties.
This lesson challenges students to reflect on school lunches and instructs students to demonstrate knowledge of school lunch menu criteria. This lesson is part one of a four-part lesson investigating school lunch menus.
This lesson will guide students through analysis of the results of a student-created survey.
This is the final lesson within a project on the understanding, creating of a survey, analysis, tabulation and conclusions. It will end with a public showing and reflection.
Students will learn how to check the basic fluid levels in their vehicle, determine the appropriate levels, and when and how to add necessary fluids.
Students will learn the differences between retail and wholesale pricing, and visit the websites for Nordstrom's and Bloomingdale's to see the types of merchandise available and prices that are being charged to consumers.
Students will learn how to identify parts of a tire, analyze tire pressure, and perform the task of changing a flat tire.
Students will become familiar with how to choose the appropriate auto shop to fit their maintenance needs, as well as communicate their automotive needs in a professional manner. A CANVA Infographic will wrap up the lesson plan to close out this unit on vehicle maintenance.
In this lesson, students will be identifying the elements and principles of design. Students will be taking notes on a graphic organizer, working with a partner in creating a short presentation and submitting it to the teacher.
Compare the purchase of a new car, used car, and a lease.
Students will collect mileage and fuel usage data to be used in an Excel spreadsheet and use formulas to calculate miles per gallon and rate. Students will also research data for average gas prices in major U.S. regions to illustrate gas price fluctuation, as well as analyze the reasons for changes in gas prices.
Students will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of used vehicles, describe places where used vehicles can be purchased and list the steps in the price negotiation process.
Students will calculate gas mileage and auto emissions and compare the miles per gallon (MPG) used by different vehicles.