When teaching a high school business class, it can be challenging to find activities that your students will find interesting and engaging.
Accounting is one of the most desired business professions that students can choose to pursue after graduating from high school. After all, accountants are skilled financial professionals that are constantly in demand to work for businesses, nonprofits, and even the government.
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As a Texas high school business instructor, you may be asked to teach a Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance course that’s aligned with your TEKS. Making sure your curriculum meets TEKS requirements is essential to ensuring your students learn invaluable business skills.
If you're new to teaching the Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance course in Texas, you might be unsure about some of the requirements you have to meet. After all, each class has associated Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) statements that your students must learn to be prepared for their future careers.
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When it comes to teaching marketing, projects are essential to test your high schoolers’ ability to apply the skills they’ve learned in class. Marketing is an industry built around creativity, after all, and the right creative project will exercise your students’ marketing skills in a way a test never could.