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Ch 63: Types of Business Organization - ORELA Middle Grades Social Science

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Explore various types and examples of business organizations prior to tackling related questions on the ORELA Middle Grades Social Science examination. Watch this chapter's videos and take the included quizzes as part of your preparation.

Types of Business Organization: ORELA Middle Grades Social Science - Chapter Summary

When you take the ORELA Middle Grades Social Science examination, you'll need to be informed about different types of business organizations. This chapter contains informational videos that will provide details on the process of forming several business structures. The videos will also outline some common benefits and drawbacks associated with these structures. You can build upon your knowledge of or absorb new details about general partnerships, hybrid cooperatives and limited liability partnerships. Watch and review the video lessons to:

  • Understand the responsibilities of a sole proprietor
  • Distinguish S-corporations from C-corporations
  • List some forms of business partnerships
  • Discuss the role of cooperatives

Study these topics as you get ready for the ORELA Middle Grades Social Science examination. The short videos are filled with information on business organization types, are conveniently self-paced and available online 24/7. Navigation is easy when you click the timeline link and use the video tags to move between the lessons' main subject areas. Create hard copies of your worksheets and quiz results so they can be studied without technology, if necessary.

Types of Business Organization: ORELA Middle Grades Social Science Chapter Objectives

The fourth and final content domain of the ORELA Middle Grades Social Science examination is Economics. Prove your knowledge of different types of business organization when answering questions in this section, which makes up 12% of the examination. In order to qualify for an Oregon middle grades social science teaching certification, you'll need to achieve a passing score of 227. The test requires you to answer 150 multiple-choice questions in under three hours and is delivered via computer.

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