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Enterprise Assessment Tool

A PowerPoint presentation completed by students which monitors their enterprise skills and understanding.
Trs ewb assessment
  • TRS EWB Assessment Downloads = 81
  • TRS Assessment Student Activity List Downloads = 176
  • TRS EWB Assessment Teacher Guidance Downloads = 88
  • TRS EWB Assessment Student Checklist Downloads = 62
To Start You may need to refresh your students’ memories about what activities they have taken part in and how those activities may have developed their economic well-being skills. To help you to do this we have added an activity list sheet that you can use on a white board to the whole class or give each student a print out. The activity list needs to be completed by you, perhaps in a brainstorming session with the class. Simply write down as many activities as possible that may be relevant, including enrichment days, projects completed in subjects and extra-curricular activities. To help the students further, we have included an assessment checklist Word document that students can complete on the computer or print off and complete by hand. By referring to the activities outlined on the activity list, and the skills headings on the assessment checklist, they should be able to pull together information to help them complete the PowerPoint presentation.

How To Create Your Assessment In PowerPoint

1. Open the PowerPoint file so you can see the first slide which says “Economic Well-being Assessment”. 2. Make sure you are working in “normal view”. You can do this by clicking on the little box icon at the bottom left of the PowerPoint window. This enables you to add content to the PowerPoint presentation. You can also see a “Notes” pane at the bottom of the window that may contain useful information. 3. On slide 1, delete the text that asks you to add your name and personal details into the text box on the slide. Then add your name and any personal details. You will need to “over-write” the instructions in the PowerPoint at other times in the course of this exercise. 4. Save the PowerPoint file to an appropriate location. Remember to save it with your name in the title so you can identify it later.