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Year 2: Social Enterprise

Introduction

In Year 2, students will build upon their experience of running a community project and develop a viable social enterprise. Students will learn about value creation and exchange, personal finance, and markets. Students will learn how to identify and use market demands as a way to solve social or environment issues to improve their communities. The course will be delivered through five modules, each representing a building block in the entrepreneurial process and finishing with an event to showcase their social enterprise).


Year 2 Modules

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2.1-2.3 Career and Community Development

Year 2 Module 1: Vibrant Communities

Students explore their personal skills, build relationships with their class, and community
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2.1-2.3 Career and Community Development

Year 2 Module 2: Social Enterprise Ideation

Students ideate business ideas that have a social or environmental purpose
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2.1-2.3 Career and Community Development

Year 2 Module 3: Social Enterprise Design

Students explore the design process and develop many social enterprise ideas that have a social…
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2.1-2.3 Career and Community Development

Year 2 Module 4: Project Implementation

Students effectively launch and start operating their social enterprise within the community
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2.1-2.3 Career and Community Development

Year 2 Module 5: Show What you Know

Students engage with the community to showcase their project and learning

Assessment

Term 1

Module 1 & 2
– Reflections 20%
– Skills & Tasks 40%
– Engagement 40%

Term 2

Module 3 & 4 (First 1)
– Reflections 20%
– Skills & Tasks 40%
– Engagement 40%

Term 3

Module 4 (Second part) & 5
– Reflections 20%
– Skills & Tasks 30%
– Showcase 10%
– Engagement 40%

Skill Development Assessment Guideline (refer to the rubric document for a competency assessment template).

Level 1 – 50-59
Level 2 – 60-69
Level 3 – 70-79
Level 4 – +/- 80-100

Level 1 = Standards not met
Level 2 = Standards partially met
Level 3 = Standards met
Level 4 = Exceeds expectations


Project Resources

Presentation
Career and Community Development

Pitch Deck Template

A template to devise a pitch presentation for your CCD project or business.
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1.2-2.3 Career and Community Development

Marketing Presentation

A presentation to introduce and explore the topic of marketing with students.

Teacher Training


Project Examples

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