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The four P's interview

Discussion in 'Business studies' started by mr business, May 23, 2011.

  1. mr business

    mr business New commenter

    Hello,

    I have an interview and have to do an introduction to the 4 p's. It's to a year 9 group as an introduction lesson.

    Was thinking of an Apprentice style task but what product could I get them to pitch?

    50 minute lesson

    Thanks

    Mr B
     
  2. mr business

    mr business New commenter

    Hello,

    I have an interview and have to do an introduction to the 4 p's. It's to a year 9 group as an introduction lesson.

    Was thinking of an Apprentice style task but what product could I get them to pitch?

    50 minute lesson

    Thanks

    Mr B
     
  3. Presume you have a lesson plan? If so the actual product doesn't matter, as part of the ice breakers you can identify products of interest to the class, they can then be split into groups to present their pitches to you and the "observer / interviewer" - finish with the "You're fired".
    Though I'm trained for Post 16, by letting them choose they gain a degree of ownership for the learning. (one objective met!!)

    Good luck
     

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