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WHAT CAN A T SHIRT TELL US? The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

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  1. WHAT CAN A T SHIRT TELL US? The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  2. HOW MANY T SHIRTS ARE IN YOUR DRAWERS AT HOME? The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  3. THE AVERAGE PERSON OWNS 14 T-SHIRTS. The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  4. DURING A SCHOOL YEAR, STUDENTS PURCHASE 3 SCHOOL RELATED T SHIRTS. The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  5. WHY NOT USE THE T SHIRT AS A WAY TO TEACH ENTREPRENEURSHIP, GLOBALIZATION, AND U.S. HISTORY? T The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  6. Objective: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP- To provide students with an opportunity to integrate service learning with social studies curriculum. The Traveling T-Shirt Company (entrepreneurship, financial literacy, globalization and history) combines with service learning to promote development of a sense of purpose in the lives of students. T The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  7. GENERAL CURRICULUM • 3-6 week supplemental curriculum designed to explain the history of the t-shirt beginning with initial military use and continuing through current cultural implications of the t-shirt as a fashion must. • Explain the production of the t shirt as it crosses the ocean 3 times from cotton to closet. • Create a business plan to sell t shirts to peers (design, advertise, order, deliver). • Donate % of each t-shirt to the non-profit of the students’ choice. The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  8. WEEK ONE The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  9. WEEK TWO The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  10. WEEK THREE The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  11. PRE ASSESSMENT - CINCINNATI GIFTED ACADEMY TRAVELING T SHIRT COMPANY • GRADE LEVEL____________ • STUDENT ID____________________ • What is an entrepreneur? • Give an example of an entrepreneur. • What do you like to do? • What are some jobs that you can do that would involve doing what you like to do? • What do you think happens to a t-shirt after you are finished with it? • Why do you think that t-shirts were invented? PRE ASSESSMENT The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  12. T-Shirt Travels http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yYQqKxz8Tg http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/tshirttravels/film.html

  13. T-Shirt History http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jd-PnbPYK04 The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  14. Job Applications and Interviews Traveling T-Shirt Company Application for Employment Date _________________ Name _______________________________________________________________________ Last First Middle Initial Address _____________________________________________________________________ Street Phone _____________________________________________________________________ City State Zip For what job are you applying? What special experiences or skills do you have for this job? What are your hobbies and special interests? What do you want to do after you graduate? Parent Reference (please provide a brief reason why you feel as though your child would be a positive addition to the café ): Parent Signature __________________________________ I have completed this application. Student Signature_________________________________ The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  15. INTERVIEWS

  16. A Visit from an Entrepreneur

  17. Students Got To Work

  18. Students Got To Work

  19. Students Got To Work

  20. Students Got To Work

  21. Students Got To Work

  22. Students Got To Work

  23. Students Got To Work

  24. Final Product

  25. Social Entrepreneurship SERVICE LEARNING CONNECTION: Provide a % of profit to a non-profit of the students’ choice. The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  26. Social Entrepreneurship SERVICE LEARNING CONNECTION: Interviewing non-profits Making the donation The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  27. Post Assessment Results The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR? 67 % PRE- ASSESSMENT/ 97% POST ASSESSMENT

  28. Post Assessment Results The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF AN ENTREPRENEUR 70 % PRE- ASSESSMENT/ 91% POST ASSESSMENT

  29. Post Assessment Results The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company HISTORICAL PERPSPECTIVE- WHY WAS IT INVENTED? 0 % PRE- ASSESSMENT/ 90% POST ASSESSMENT

  30. Post Assessment Results The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company GLOBALIZATION- WHERE DID IT START? WHERE DID IT END? 0 % PRE- ASSESSMENT/ 93% POST ASSESSMENT

  31. SUSTAINABILITY • Online course • Good Fit • After School The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company GLOBALIZATION- WHERE DID IT START? WHERE DID IT END? 0 % PRE- ASSESSMENT/ 93% POST ASSESSMENT

  32. Globalization US HISTORY Social Entrepreneurship Risk Taking The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  33. Aligns with Ohio Core Academic Standards: Geography / History and Economics: A. Identify on a map the location of major physical and human features of each continent. B. Define and identify regions using human and physical characteristics. C. Explain how the environment influences the way people live in different places and the consequences of modifying the environment. D. Explain reasons that people, products and ideas move from place to place and the effects of that movement on geographic patterns. E. Explain how the endowment and development of productive resources affect economic decisions and global interactions. F. Explain why trade occurs and how historical patterns of trade have contributed to global interdependence. G. Identify connections between government policies and the economy. H. Interpret relationships between events shown on multiple-tier time lines.

  34. Student Leadership The journey of the Traveling T Shirt Company

  35. Children do not give up their innate imagination, curiosity, or dreaminess easily. -R. D. Laing