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D Block Entrepreneurship 4-5 Slide

  Please write one paragraph (4-6 sentences) in the form of a letter that can be anonymously shared to future BUILD students answering the following question: What are two pieces of advice to students on how to use a growth mindset to get through the Idea Pitch and the prototyping phase of BUILD.

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 2-5 Slide

Instructions:  Create an advertisement for your 2-5 Slide for a product/business that can help our community (our school).  These products can be something physical that the customers can carry around with them, or it can be a digital product, such as an app or a website that they can use on their phones or computers.

Business Club Zoom Link

Link -  https://hps-holyoke-ma-us. zoom.us/j/87538538299?pwd= RE44cGdRYmo5NDJCUjZHM010OC9uUT 09 Password - miami

D Block Entrepreneurship: 4-4C Slide

Copy and paste the following into your Ch. 4 Slideshow and answer the questions according to your focus groups we held in class: 1. Did any part of the product confuse people?   2. Did participants struggle to make the product work?   3. Did the product break when people used it? 4. Identify two key ways you want to improve your prototype. *Choose an appropriate picture or visual for testing or focus groups as part of your 4-4C Slide.

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 2-4 Slide

We will skip 2-3 for now because of not being able to be in school for a planned scavenger hunt, so we are moving to 2-4: Sort the responses from our community "Charting Ideas" segment of class into three categories below: 1. Problems & Needs: (These are problems, concerns, or needs you identified in the community.) 2. Values & Assets: (These are strengths and resources you saw in the community as well as what people seemed to care about.) 3. Ideas: (These are ideas people had for improving their community.)

D Block Entrepreneurship 4-4 Slide

  Describe your prototype.  What will it look like? What supplies do you need to build it? Where will you get these supplies? How much will the supplies cost?

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 2-2 Slide

  State three elicitive questions that worked, generating a deep response. State three elicitive questions that did not work. How can elicitive questions help you communicate better in the business world/real world? (i.e. interviews, jobs, etc.) (2 sentences please)

D Block Entrepreneurship 4-3B Slide

Directions: Copy and paste the 4-3B Slide into your Chapter 4 Slideshow and answer the questions.  As always, please remember to have a visual, background and design work added to your slide.:  1. Write a new product description based on your feedback and new ideas. 2. Did you get any new ideas from the Gallery Walk?  If yes, what were they? 3. Is it possible to prototype effectively without having a growth mindset?  Why or why not? 4. Add an updated sketch or picture model of your product.

B & G Block Entrepreneurship 2-1 Slide

WATER BOTTLE CHALLENGE Directions - create your own water bottle product and complete the following information: Name and logo (visual from Google Slides): Slogan: Price: Where it can be purchased: Target Market (age, gender, race, income, geographic location, customer interests):

D Block Entrepreneurship 4-3 Slide

Make a slide/poster with the description of your product. We will share these and do a virtual "gallery walk" to view each other’s posters. Teams can use the value proposition from their elevator pitch and/or follow the model below: Example: Scented Expressions offers a scented candle for every mood.  Our candles are handmade with all natural soy wax and essential oils.  They are available in 3 oz and 8 oz sizes and five different scents:  pine, vanilla, cinnamon, lemon, and lavender.

D Block Entrepreneurship 4-2D Slide

Directions: Use this time to sketch a FINAL draft of your product design, incorporating the feedback from your partner team.  Encourage teams to conduct additional research for materials that will make their product effective.  Groups should use the feedback to one last time answer the following: 1. Draw or find a picture model of a product. 2. Describe your product. 3. What materials to you need? 4. Focus question - what is one question you have about your design, and something you’d like feedback on?

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 1-5 Slide

1.  What does not work in the current cafeteria? (At least 2 sentences please) 2. What would you like to change? (At least 2 sentences please) 3. How will you make this change/pay for it? (At least 2 sentences please)

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 1-4 Slide

C reate/describe a new product. *Requires collaboration and innovative thinking. Include:  Product name and slogan Description of what the product does Price of the product Target market Who would be most likely to buy this product?

D Block Entrepreneurship 4-2C Slide

Directions: Use this time to sketch/plan a second draft of their product design, incorporating the feedback from their partner team.  Encourage teams to conduct additional research for materials that will make their product effective.  Groups should use the feedback to once again answer the following: 1. Draw or find a picture model of a product. 2. Describe your product. 3. What materials to you need? 4. Focus question - what is one question you have about your design, and something you’d like feedback on?