The Effective Lesson Video
1) After analyzing the teaching video, describe 3 different strategies the teacher used to facilitate student learning.
2) Imagine you are teaching a lesson on a topic of your choice. Describe the lesson and articulate what types of teaching/learning strategies you would use to build long-term retention and to facilitate learning for the students in your own classroom?
3) Now consider the biblical approach to education to inform your thoughts on this topic. Consider a passage of Scripture and/or a fruit of the spirit to support your approach to implementing these teaching and learning strategies.
Under the macro environment analysis, the effect of some factors like Political, Economic, Social and Technological will be analyses whereas the micro environment analysis includes the impact of consumers, suppliers, distributors etc. on the growth of the business. Macro Environment (PEST) When expanding internationally, firms usually face new political, legal, social and cultural environments. Consequently, foreign operations have many characteristics that are distinct from domestic operations. Facing a new environment in a foreign country, a firm may feel an uncertainty that may negatively affect its operations in that country, and, to reduce the uncertainty that stems from its foreign operations, may act cautiously in its international expansion process. As noted above, the incremental model also argues that firms develop their international operations gradually over time because firms lack sufficient knowledge about foreign market conditions, and international expansion may require a time-consuming accumulation of foreign market knowledge. Political Factors India is a democratic country and the political environment of the country is greatly influenced by the government’s rules and regulations, policies and different ideologies. Government has imposed different types of taxes such as the income tax, sales tax and service tax and it can be said that the India has a well-developed taxation system. The government encouraged the international companies to start their business in the country. Economic Factors India has a stable economy and its GDP is increasing with each passing year due to different policies of industrial reforms. India’s economic environment has achieved tremendous growth since past few years due to various factors such as liberalization and business reforms. A constant improvement has been witnessed in the past few years. Social Factors Social factors play an important role in the fashion and retail industry; however, the social factors of India are suitable for the business operations of Michael Kors. There is a flexibility and adaptability in the attitudes, behavior and culture of the people in India. Moreover, the disposable income of people is also increasing due to which they are attracting towards luxury fashion brands. Technological Factors Technology highly impacts the product development and manufacturing processes of an organization. Besides that, it also enables the companies to introduce latest cost cutting processes (Barney, 2014). India has high level of technological advancement as it possesses one of the strongest IT sectors in the world. The country promotes developments within IT sector, software updates and other technological advancements that enables the international companies to start their business easily. Micro Environment (SWOT) The micro environment of a company is affected by different factors such as suppliers, employees, customers and some others. In order to assess the micro environment, SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities) is conducted to identify the current situation of the luxury fashion industry in India. The luxury fashion industry of India is booming rapidly as different fashion brands including Kate Spade, Calvin Klein, louis Vuitton, Hermes and Gucci have opened their stores in big cities of the country and people are inclines towards buying luxury fashion products. The retail industry of India is growing at the rate of 40% every year and its estimated worth is $200 million. Besides that, it has been estimated in a marketing report that the Indian luxury fashion goods market was worth around $3.4 billion in 2016 (Quartz India, 2018). The threat in the Indian luxury fashion industry is not very high because very few international brands have opened their stores in the country. However, it is good opportunity for Michael Kors to open their stores at different cities of the country and also make their digital presence strong because the trend of online shopping is also increasing among consumers in India. Moreover, some of the considerable threats and challenges that may face by some international brands for market entry includes growing market of counterfeits, rental costs, high tax rates and lack of suitable infrastructure in the country (Economic Times, 2018).>GET ANSWER