E-Commerce Teacher Resources
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How does electronic commerce benefit organizations, customers, and society? Scholars read about e-commerce as it applies to modern business practices in an informative tutorial. Pupils also discover different types of business models in...
Class members gather information on different brands of athletic shoes to determine which is the best buy. They identify a toy they would like to buy, and gather comparative information from a store, a catalog, and three websites.
Education Bureau of Hong Kong
Are e-marketing or traditional marketing promotions more effective in business? Scholars explore the topic as they discuss and debate e-commerce. To finish, they develop marketing plans to demonstrate learning.
Students analyze the impact that e-commerce has in their community, as well as in small traditional communities that one might not expect to be part of the dot-com marketplace. They develop business plans for imagined businesses.
In this ESL vocabulary learning exercise, students fill in blanks with new vocabulary words given at the top of the page. Students can check answers for immediate feedback.
Eleventh graders explore technology by participating in an on-line retail activity. In this e-commerce lesson plan, 11th graders identify the elements needed to run an on-line storefront operation such as software, computer equipment and...
Students explore trends in consumerism. In this current events lesson, students examine e-commerce as they browse selected websites to learn more about the phenomenon.
Students explore the recent hacker attacks on e-commerce sites by comparing and contrasting security issues in traditional commerce and e-commerce companies, determining solutions for security issues that face both types of companies.
Norton Life Lock
A reference page identifies the nine Ds of digital citizenship—digital access, etiquette, commerce, responsibilities, literacy, law, communication, security, health, and wellness.
If you're short on time toward the end of the school year but would like to give your class a thorough overview of the United States in the 1990s, check out this detailed and entertaining review. The video reviews everything from...
Council for Economic Education
Understanding the US government's role proves very important in the American economy, especially for consumers. Scholars learn about how varying government agencies help them when facing an issue. The third and final resource in the...
The first time you sit down to sign a rental agreement is quite an experience. Prepare your class for that inevitable moment with a lesson on rental agreement lingo. They read a rental agreement, fill out a lingo worksheet, and then...
In this online interactive English vocabulary skills worksheet, students answer 10 matching questions which require them to fill in the blanks in 10 sentences. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Useful as a review assignment or as a quiz, these ten questions on the U.S. Constitution address its creation. Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Ben Franklin are the main topics of the questions, as well as The Three-Fifths Compromise.
High schoolers create their own Internet business based on data they find concerning trends in Internet shopping. They discuss advantages and disadvantages to selling specific products and/or services over the Internet.