8th Grade Computer Class BCSIII

      8th Grade Standards




>>8TH GRADE KEYBOARDING & COMPUTER 
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5

GPS:
BCSIII-2: Skills needed to be successful in the workplace.

EQ:
What are the procedures and expectations for this class?

WARM-UP:
Find assigned seat

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
> Welcome
> Intro to course
> Procedures & Expectations PowerPoint
> Distribute name place settings
> Label name setting with username and password

CLOSING:
Procedures for exiting computer and class
 
Guitar Typing Game: Homerow Keys: Make sure your pointer fingers are on the f and j, even if you do not use the f key.


Select the following url, then right mouse and choose copy:

http://play.typeracer.com/?rt=13h5kesngdcdv

then paste in the url address
GPS: BCSIII-2: Skills needed to be successful in the workplace. BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ:
What are the procedures and expectations for this class?

WARM-UP:
Find assigned seat and log into computer

Create Shortcuts & Link to Teacher Page

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 
Introduction to EduTyping and Timed Typing Tests

Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping

CLOSING:
> Procedures for exiting computer and class
 
GPS:                                         
BCSIII-2: Skills needed to be successful in the workplace.
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-7 The students will examine basics of entrepreneurship.
BCSIII-12 The student will demonstrate an understanding of economics.

 

EQ:What is an entrepreneur?

WARM-UP:Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping

ENTREPRENEUR QUIZ: CLICK HERE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS then.....

JOURNAL ENTRY 1:I'm the Boss 

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
>Preview Previous Student Restaurants

Watch:Going to the Bank PPT




Click here to IF you are doing a ****RESTAURANT

Click here to download: Create Business Plan Brainstorm Answer questions then save to your H Drive.

CLOSING:
Define Characteristics of Entrepreneur


                                               
GPS:BCSIII-1Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-10 Students will examine the basics of marketing

EQ:What are the 4 Ps of Marketing?

WARM-UP:
Log into computer
Continue Keyboarding Lessons & Timed Typing
  1. Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping
  2. JOURNAL ENTRY 2:Unique U
 

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Group Activity:

1.Can you identify these logos?


Individual and Sharing:


."Open a blank presentation in powerpoint and design your company name, logo, and slogan. Save to your folder."

CLOSING: Use rubric critique your logo

In case you missed it: Logo video

CLOSING:Display logos




GPS: BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

BCSIII-7 The students will examine basics of entrepreneurship.
BCSIII-10 Students will examine the basics of marketing

EQ:
What characteristics do entrepreneurs have in common?

WARM-UP:
Continue Keyboarding Lessons & Timed Typing

Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping

JOURNAL ENTRY 6 Create a report on one of the entrepreneurs listed at the end of the PP notes or on the board. Use Report Template

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

1. Teacher:Powerpoint about business cards.




Day 6
Day 7
Day 8
Day 9
Day 10


GPS:

BCSIII-7 The students will examine basics of entrepreneurship.
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ:
What characteristics do entrepreneurs have in common? Why is a slogan important to marketing?

WARM-UP:
Continue Keyboarding Lessons & Timed Typing

Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping

Or begin JOURNAL ENTRY 4, Open up Excel Spreadsheet software, grab the book, "Excel It!", page 96

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Business:Business Brochure:

Restaurant:Create Menu

Individual and Sharing:Create Menu

CLOSING: Presentation of Menus


Assessment: Menu Rubric

FINISHED TYPERS:
Comparing Entrepreneurs: Create a presentation using PowToon. 

 1.Watch this tutorial by Mrs. Hensley: click here.

http://blnds.co/ZbYkaZ

 2. Click here for link to PowToon: use the code on the board to sign up. Use your google email & Use your lunchcode for pw.

GPS:MSBCS-BCSIII-7 The students will examine basics of entrepreneurship.
MSBCS-BCSIII-10 The students will examine basics of marketing.
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
MSBCS-BCSIII02 The students will demonstrate effective communication skills used to succeed in the business world.
MSBCS-BCSIII-4 The students will exhibit critical thinking. 
MSBCS-BCSIII-3 The students will demonstrate the ability to problem solve.

EQ:  How is promotion important to the marketing mix for entrepreneurs?

 WARM-UP:

Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

 
CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Group/Teacher:
Record green screen segment of multimedia

Individual/Partner:
 
You will:
  1. Create Restaurant folder
  2. Copy logopic
  3. Save png/jpg picture files: business card, menu:top/bottom,  food pics/customer pics, rest pics 

CLOSING: Discuss Famous Entrepreneurs



GPS: MSBCS-BCSIII-7 The students will examine basics of entrepreneurship.
MSBCS-BCSIII-10 The students will examine basics of marketing.
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ: What is the difference between an entrepreneur and a manager?

WARM-UP:

Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

 
CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Group/Teacher:
Continue recording green screen segment of multimedia

Individual/Partner:
1. Continue   Create a presentation using PowToon.

Watch Demo for Video Pad
1. importing files
2. editing green screen

CLOSING: Discuss the differences/similarities of managers and entrepreneurs.
GPS: MSBCS-BCSIII-7 The students will examine basics of entrepreneurship.
MSBCS-BCSIII-10 The students will examine basics of marketing.
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ: How can multimedia presentations be used to market businesses?

WARM-UP:

Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

 
CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Group/Teacher
Demo editing pictures, text, transitions

Individual/Partner:
 Edit commercial in video pad editor

CLOSING: Typing games
GPS: MSBCS-BCSIII-7 The students will examine basics of entrepreneurship.
MSBCS-BCSIII-10 The students will examine basics of marketing.
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ: How is branding important in marketing?

WARM-UP:

Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

 
CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Group/Teacher
Demo editing music/audio

Individual/Partner:
 Edit audio/music commercial in video pad editor

CLOSING: Typing games


 

 
 
Day 11
Day 12
Day 13
Day 14
Day 15
 GPS: 
BCSIII-2: Skills needed to be successful in the workplace.
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-5: Students will examine basics of accounting.

EQ:
What does a Balance Sheet reflect about a business?

WARM-UP:

Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Use teacher hand out to create Accounting Terms

 http://www.voki.com/

s.first.last@student.gilmerschools.com



CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
 


>Sample Business Balance Sheet

 

 CLOSING: Name the main elements of a Balance Sheet

 



 


GPS: 
BCSIII-2: Skills needed to be successful in the workplace.
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-5: Students will examine basics of accounting.
 
 EQ:
What does an Income Statement reflect about a business?
 WARM-UP:

Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

 CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Teacher Guided Powerpoint: Accounting

Click here to go to BlendSpace Intro to Accounting

 

CLOSING: Name the main elements of an Income Statement

GPS: 
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

 
EQ:What career best suites you?  
 
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Complete Survey, Determine Career, Complete Section 1 of 




Determine your career, survey from:

CLOSING: Compare Income of student careers.



GPS: 
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ: 
What are state and federal taxes collected for?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:







GPS: 
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ:
What are personal expenses?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Determine Gross/Net Pay/Taxes
Determine Monthly Expenses



CLOSING:
Discuss career choice


Day 16
Day 17
Day 18
Day 19
Day 20

SUB ASSIGNMENT DAY 1(If you have already done this assignment, then do Day 17)

GPS: 
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

Okay, guys, you have a sub for today. Please be on your BEST BEHAVIOR, any names left will result in ISS. You should be sitting in assigned seats! 

First Thing
Those of you still on EDUTYPING, you need to take advantage of the first part of class and work on these lessons. So log onto edutyping now! USE KEYBOARD COVER. You need to complete a FULL lesson, 
 
Those of you that have completed EDUTyping, (yes, the sub has a list....you along the wall with the window) Click here: JOURNAL ENTRY :Unique U. o Read over it and then follow the directions at the bottom.  Type a paragraph (6-8 sentences), THEN go to Interenet to copy and paste the pictures.  Save these like we saved stuff last year: File, SAVE AS, under COMPUTER, find your name and double click on it.  Save as JE2 (journal entry 2).  HELP ONE ANOTHER IF YOU HAVE A HARD TIME WITH THIS!!! OH, and YES, use your keyboard cover!!!! We will print when I get back, but not today!
The class will go to the restroom together, yes the entire class, whenever the sub sees fit.
THEN EVERYONE IS TO.....
Open up Paint. (Click on Start, type PAINT in the blank box, then select paint and open) The sub will give you a worksheet to go by. Some of you have created this assignment before. NO, you can't use your previous paint "house." You need to create a new one. You can get creative and give it a "holiday" theme....like fall/Halloween, There is a state test that will be given toward the end of the quarter and there are 6 questions on it about paint, so you need the practice (Seriously, don't ask me why, I didn't write the test). Prizes will be awarded when I get back on most creative....last quarter is was doughnuts. Be sure and save it in your folder as HOUSE. (File, Save As, Computer, double click your folder, and your folder or in your folder under H. (You previous students: Help the new ones to save their stuff under their name)
Make sure you put your name tag and house worksheet back on the computer tower for the sub.

YOU WILL NOT PRINT THESE YET.


 SUB ASSIGNMENT DAY 2 AND 3

GPS:
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

Okay, guys, you have a sub for today. Please be on your BEST BEHAVIOR, any names left will result in ISS. You should be sitting in assigned seats!

FIRST THING:
Those of you still on EDUTYPING, you need to take advantage of the first part of class and work on these lessons. So log onto edutyping now! USE KEYBOARD COVER. You are to complete a FULL lesson, Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping.
 
 
Save these like we saved stuff last year: File, SAVE AS, under COMPUTER, find your name and double click on it. Save as MIDDLE SCHOOL. HELP ONE ANOTHER IF YOU HAVE A HARD TIME WITH THIS!!! OH, and YES, use your keyboard cover!!!! We will print when I get back, but not today!
The class will go to the restroom together, yes the entire class, whenever the sub sees fit.
THEN EVERYONE IS TO:
 
Make sure you put your name tag back on the computer tower for the sub.(File, Save As, Computer, double click your folder, Name it and click save. (You previous students: Help the new ones to save their stuff under their name)
Make sure you put your name tag and ANY worksheet back on the computer tower for the sub.

YOU WILL NOT PRINT THESE YET.

 

SUB ASSIGNMENT with Ms. Weber

Tues, Jan 27

GPS: 
MSBCS-BCSII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques..

Okay, guys, you have a sub for today. Please be on your BEST BEHAVIOR, any names left will result in ISS. You should be sitting in assigned seats! (My youngest daughter is very sick. So, no, it didn't SNOW at my house either, BUMMER, right?)

FIRST THING:
Continue your Edutyping Lessons.  You should finish one complete lesson.  Most everyone should be past lesson 6 or further by the end of class. If you are on the Reinforcement Lessons, try to get those finished today.
SECOND THING THAT EVERYONE IS TO DO, AFTER YOU FINISH YOUR TYPING:
 Click here: JOURNAL ENTRY :MIDDLE SCHOOL BLUES. 
 
 
Save these like we saved stuff before: File, SAVE AS, BROWSE,under COMPUTER, find your name and double click on it. Save as MIDDLE SCHOOLHELP ONE ANOTHER IF YOU HAVE A HARD TIME WITH THIS!!! OH, and YES, use your keyboard cover!!!! We will print when I get back, but not today!

If YOU FINISH BOTH OF THESE, MAKE SURE YOUR CARD IS FINISHED; From your desktop, double click Computer, double click your Name, double click NewCardDirections. Finish your card and Resave it.


 
Make sure you put your name tag and on the computer tower for the sub.

Don't forget to log off when you leave.











GPS: 

BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ:What are variable and fixed expenses?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:




CLOSING:
typing games


 

 
 
 
 
 

 

GPS: 

BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ:Will you be able to afford your wants and needs?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Complete the REVISION ANALYSIS
Conclude the information at the end of the webquest document on a website.

1. Create Website in Wix and Pages


2.CREATE CAREER CLOUD: ..

Create a 'word cloud' from the site below:

TO SIGN UP: first sign into your school email, (CLICK ON THE RED MAILBOX ON THE LEFT OF THE SCREEN) then from word cloud, choose sign up, FROM GOOGLE ACCOUNT. ACCEPT

Type words that describe you, your career, etc.  Save the 'word cloud' in your folder as a pic file.


CLOSING:typing games
Vote Text and Checkmark Animated Clipart
Day 21
Day 22
Day 23
Day 24
Day 25

GPS: 

BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ:Will you be able to afford your wants and needs?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Complete the REVISION ANALYSIS
Conclude the information at the end of the webquest document on a website.

2. Create My Career Web Page:
Create POSTERMYWALL


ESOL: Haga un cartel: Incluya su nombre, futuro trabajo, cuanto dinero hará. Inserte 4 cuadros que van con su trabajo.

CLOSING:typing games
 
 GPS: 
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ:Will you be able to afford your wants and needs?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Complete the REVISION ANALYSIS
Conclude the information at the end of the webquest document on a website.

3. Create Expense Charts:




CLOSING:typing games

GPS: 
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ:How do taxes affect your paycheck?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Complete the REVISION ANALYSIS
Conclude the information at the end of the webquest document on a website.




Click here for Federal Taxes, scroll all the way down to picture of the dollar

 GPS: BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ:Will you be able to afford your wants and needs?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Complete the REVISION ANALYSIS
Conclude the information at the end of the webquest document on a website.


 GPS: BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ: What is the difference between wants and needs?
WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Complete the REVISION ANALYSIS
Conclude the information at the end of the webquest document on a website.


Day 26
Day 27
Day 28
Day 29
Day 30

GPS: BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ: Why do you need a budget?

WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Complete the REVISION ANALYSIS
Conclude the information at the end of the webquest document on a website.

Complete & publish Wix Website:
  1. Complete Home Page with Career Cloud & Quote
  2. Add links to wix website
  3. Add comment element
  4. Save to google drive
  5. Publish
  6. Student Evaluations


 

Pay Day:

My Career:


GPS: BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

BCSIII-11: Student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.
BCSIII-13: Student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

EQ: Why do you need a budget?

WARM-UP:Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Click here for MY FAVS directions.  Download.

CLOSING:typing games

 



 

GPS: MSBCS-BCSIII-9: The students will examine basics of business law. a-j

EQ: What are the different classifications of business law?

WARM-UP: Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:  

Click here for blendspace: Business Law 

 Create presentation of terms

Watch Videos

Complete electronic worksheet

 CLOSING:typing games


GPS: MSBCS-BCSIII-12: The students will examine basics of business law. a-j

EQ: Define economics.

WARM-UP: Group1: Edutyping Lessons

Group2: Reinf Drills/Advanced Proj


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:  

 
GPS: 
BCSIII-2: Skills needed to be successful in the workplace.
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.
BCSIII-5: Students will examine basics of accounting.

EQ: What is Hour of Code?

WARM-UP:

Edutyping: In The News

Complete: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

or

Another Blockbuster Hit: Hunger Games

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
 
Complete Voki Vocab about Accounting Terms

Preview Hour of Code

CLOSING:typing games
Day 31
Day 32
Day 33
Day 34
Day 35
GPS: 
BCSIII-4: Students will exhibit critical thinking.
BCSIII-8 Students will examine basics of networking.
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ: What is Hour of Code?

WARM-UP:

Edutyping: In The News

Complete: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

or

Another Blockbuster Hit: Hunger Games

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
 
BEGIN HOUR OF CODE

1 Min video about Code







CLOSING:typing games

GPS: 
BCSIII-4: Students will exhibit critical thinking.
BCSIII-8 Students will examine basics of networking.
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ: What is Hour of Code?

WARM-UP:

Edutyping: In The News

Complete: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

or

Another Blockbuster Hit: Hunger Games

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

SCRATCH CODING

  1. Start with JOIN SCRATCH (copy and paste school email address)
  2. Click on Create
  3. Click on Tips
  4. Getting started with Scratch

SCRATCH HOLIDAY CARD

SCRATCH RACING GAME

CLOSING: Code Projects

GPS: 
BCSIII-4: Students will exhibit critical thinking.
BCSIII-8 Students will examine basics of networking.
BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ: What is Hour of Code?


CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

SCRATCH CODING

  1. create a unique game in scratch
  2. CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS 


CLOSING: Code Projects

GPS:
xx

EQ:
xx

WARM-UP:
xx

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

READ THE INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING LINKS, Then open Powerpoint (See handout for directions)

1. Create a Story Book with Storybook

OR

2. Create a toon comic or storybook with ToonDo

CLOSING:
xx

END OF SEMESTER OPINION POLL: 

THIS IS ANONYMOUS 

Day 36
Day 37
Day 38
Day 39
Day 40

GPS:
xx

EQ:
xx

WARM-UP:
xx

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
xx

CLOSING:
xx


WARM-UP:

Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping
 

 

CLOSING: Name the 4 P's of MBCSIII-9 Students will examine basics of business law.
BCSIII-6 Students will examine basics of risk management.arketing

GPS:
xx

EQ:
xx

WARM-UP:
xx

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
xx

CLOSING:
xx Class assignment:

You are creating the front page of a magazine that is highlighting an entrepreneur.  PLEASE ZOOM OUT of the screen some so that you will see the yellow and white box that has directions/etc. NOW, feel free to pick someone that is of interest to you....or if you do not no of one, search FAMOUS ENTREPRENEURS.  (In PUBLISHER, If a bunch of stuff pops up, click the first one to install settings, then click the red x box to get rid of the rest of the boxes. Click ENABLE EDITING if it pops up at top in yellow.)
 
  MAKE THIS LOOK COOL AND CREATIVE.  You may add extra pics for this.
 
YES THIS IS FOR A GRADE, OTHERWISE WE WOULD NOT DO IT!!!! DUH?!
 
 
 
Please help one another if need be. Save under COMPUTER, under YOUR NAME, as 'mag'.

GPS:
xx

MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ:

Okay, guys, you have a sub for today. Please be on your BEST BEHAVIOR, any names left will result in ISS.

Those of you still on EDUTYPING, you need to take advantage of the entire class period to get caught up. If you complete all of them today, you may continue working on your menu.

Those of you that have completed EDUTyping, continue menu FIRST!!! You will finish your floor plan later. Don't forget to save and log out at end of class. Save as MENU.

If you were out, or the wrestlers that left early Tues, click here to get started:

Create Menu

This has a front and back side. Look at the examples hanging on the red paper in front of my desk. Copy and paste your logo from your plan. fill in the needed info. Click on the "2" at the bottom to "flip" the menu to put your food items. Save as menu in your folder.

YOU WILL NOT PRINT THESE YET.

GPS:


xx

EQ:
xx

WARM-UP:
xx

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
xx

CLOSING:
xx

GPS:
xx

EQ:
xx

WARM-UP:
xx

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
xx

CLOSING:
xx

12:35-1:00
Those of you still on EDUTYPING, you need to take advantage of the first part of class and work on these lessons. So log onto edutyping now! USE KEYBOARD COVER.
Those of you that have completed EDUTyping, go to PUBLISHER and Open up your Cereal Box, Continue with it. Do Not Print. When you finish, do SAVE AS, Please help one another, but keep it to a whisper.
If you finish, then Go to Teacher Page , And on the Left side, Under Free Time GAmes, and PRACTICE YOUR KEYBOARDING. Choose KEYBOARDING GAMES, not fun time games.USE A KEYBOARD COVER. There will be a timed typing quiz when I return.
The class will go to the restroom together, yes the entire class, whenever the sub sees fit. Do NOT go to Free time games....if I get a good report, then I'll give you extra time later. ; )
1:00-1:35
All are to
each get an EXCEL IT! book from the book shelf at the board.
AMERICAN IDOL: Open up Excel Spreadsheet software, grab the book, "Excel It!", page 96, follow directions. Save As IDOL in your folder. Help one another if you get stuck or ask the sub for help. DO NOT WORRY ABOUT MAKING A HEADER as the directions say. I'll show you this when I get back...but if you figure it out, go ahead.

YOU WILL NOT PRINT THESE YET.

GPS:
xx

EQ:
xx

WARM-UP:
xx

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
xx

CLOSING:
xx
 
READ THE INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING LINKS, Then open Powerpoint (See handout for directions)
  1. CONTINUE INTERVIEW POWERPOINT FROM YOUR H FOLDER. READ THE INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING LINKS, Then open Powerpoint (See handout for directions)
  2. Body Language and Your Interview
 

GPS:
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ:

Okay, guys, you have a sub for today. I have a sick daughter, no, not Harley, the little one. Please be on your BEST BEHAVIOR, any names left will result in ISS.
1:35-2:05
Those of you still on EDUTYPING, you need to take advantage of the first part of class and work on these lessons. So log onto edutyping now! USE KEYBOARD COVER.
Those of you that have completed EDUTyping, Click below and answer the questions in COMPLETE SENTENCES. THINK ABOUT YOU AS THE ENTREPRENEUR OF YOUR RESTAURANT. Save it as BOSS

JOURNAL ENTRY 1:I'm the Boss

The class will go to the restroom together, yes the entire class, whenever the sub sees fit. NO ONE IS TO GET ON GAMES!!! I will make this up to you when I return, if all behaved ; )
2:10-2:40
Edutypers, exit out of Edutyping and finish up your MENU...
IF YOU HAVE NOT FINISHED YOUR MENU, YOU NEED TO FINISH IT THIS CLASS PERIOD!!!! Do not print it, though.
All THAT HAVE FINISHED the Menu:
each get an EXCEL IT! book from the book shelf at the board.
AMERICAN IDOL: Open up Excel Spreadsheet software, grab the book, "Excel It!", page 96, follow directions. Save As IDOL in your folder. Help one another if you get stuck or ask the sub for help. DO NOT WORRY ABOUT MAKING A HEADER as the directions say. I'll show you this when I get back...but if you figure it out, go ahead.

YOU WILL NOT PRINT THESE YET.

Make sure you put your name tag and book back on the computer tower for the sub.

.SUB ASSIGNMENT TuesFeb 24

GPS: 
MSBCS-BCSII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

BCSII-4 Students will utilize word processing software.

Okay, guys, you have a sub for today. Please be on your BEST BEHAVIOR, any names left will result in ISS. Do NOT mess with the stickers on the keyboard!  She will be checking and leaving names.

FIRST THING:
TYPERS
  1. Continue your Edutyping Lessons.  You should finish one complete lesson. So if you are on lesson 11, screen 2, then you should continue until you are on lesson 12, screen 2.   Most everyone should be past lesson 11 or further by the end of class. YOU MUST STILL USE THE KEYBOARD COVERS
  2.  After you have finished your lesson, Click:Create COUPON Ad for your restauran/business: click here and follow directions in yellow box.  Now, the directions are tailored for a restaurant, but adjust it if yours is a diff't business.Don't forget to File, SAve AS, Computer, Your Name.

FINISHED TYPERS: 
  1. You will continue to finish your Powtoon. Don't forget to save it.  Most of you are finished or should be after today.aClick here to get to the powtoon log in, then click on DASHBOARD, edit.  b
 2. THEN: Click:Create COUPON Ad for your restauran/business: click here and follow directions in yellow box.  Now, the directions are tailored for a restaurant, but adjust it if yours is a diff't business.Don't forget to File, SAve AS, Computer, Your Name.

Make sure you put your name tag and on the computer tower for the sub.

Don't forget to log off when you leave.





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GPS:
MSBCS-BCSIII-1 Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

EQ:

Okay, guys, you have a sub for today.    Please be on your BEST BEHAVIOR, any names left will result in ISS.
 
1:35-2:05
Those of you still on EDUTYPING, you need to take advantage of the first part of class and work on these lessons. So log onto edutyping now!  USE KEYBOARD COVER.
Those of you that have completed EDUTyping, go to Internet Explorer, And on the Left side, Under Useful links, and PRACTICE YOUR KEYBOARDING.  Choose KEYBOARDING GAMES, not free time games.  USE A KEYBOARD COVER. There will be a timed typing quiz when I return. 
 
The class will go to the restroom together, yes the entire class, whenever the sub sees fit. 
 
2:10-2:40
Open up Paint.  (Click on Start, type PAINT in the blank box, then select paint and open) The sub will give you a worksheet to go by.  Some of you have created this assignment before.  NO, you can't use your previous paint "house."  You need to create a new one. You can get creative and give it a "holiday" theme....like fall/Halloween, Christmas/winter, etc. There is a test that will be given toward the end of the quarter and there are 6 questions on it about paint, so you need the practice.  Prizes will be awarded when I get back on most creative.  Be sure and save it in your folder as HOUSE.  (File, Save As, Computer, either C and your folder or  in your folder under H.
 
Make sure you put your name tag and house worksheet back on the computer tower for the sub.

YOU WILL NOT PRINT THESE YET.

Username: dawn.hensley@gilmerschools.com

  • password: ccms123
When you finish your floor plan, go to
Drive Thru Career Survey Click Here
Drive Thru Career Survey Click Here

Powerpoint: All about your wonderful self! Open up ppt from your desktop and wait for a demo. Save as me

WARM-UP:
  1. Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping
  2. Create or Continue Restaurant Floor Plan
  3. Username: dawn.hensley@gilmerschools.com
  4. password: ccms123

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

  1. Create or Continue Restaurant Floor Plan
  2. Username: dawn.hensley@gilmerschools.com
  3. password: ccms123
  4. Choose PROJECTS on the right hand side, then click on ACTIONS on the left side, ViewThumbnails, Click on YOUR Floor Plan

WARM-UP:

Keyboarding: Continue EduTyping

      1. Create or Continue Restaurant Floor Plan
      2. Username: dawn.hensley@gilmerschools.com
      3. password: ccms123

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:

Begin Career Activity: Scenarios A, B, C (Who is your target audience?) Worksheet
> How would you market these items?
Worksheet
> Activity - Can you solve this marketing dilemma?

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xxMSBCS-BCSIII-1: Students will reinforce keyboarding techniques.

a) Identify and demonstrate appropriate techniques.

b) Identify ergonomic issues.

c) Refine touch method keyboarding speed and accuracy skills using the Alphanumeric

and Numeric keypad.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-2: The students will demonstrate effective communication skills used to succeed in the business world.

a) Verbal Communication

b) Written communication

c) Bridging cultural differences and using differing perspectives to increase innovation

and the quality of work.

d) Explain the importance of proper etiquette for greeting and meeting people, dress

code, attendance, and other workplace expectations.

e) Differentiate between verbal and non-verbal

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-3: The students will demonstrate the ability to problem solve.

a) Utilize brainstorming techniques

b) Identify cause and effects.

c) Understand how a process works.

d) Understand the big picture and beyond yourself.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-4: The students will exhibit critical thinking.

a) Understanding the importance of making informed or educated decisions.

b) Develop cohesive and logical reasoning patterns.

c) Importance of accepting, rejecting or suspending judgment.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-5: The students will examine basics of accounting.

a) Define credits and debits.

b) Identify account types (assets, liabilities, Income and Expenses).

c) Examine and create a balance sheet using a spreadsheet application.

d) Examine and create an income statement using a spreadsheet application.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-6: The students will examine basics of risk management.

a) Define risk management.

b) Identify and assess risk in terms of impact and likelihood including proactive and

reactive assessments. Example: Military and Ford (Bridgestone tire issue)

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-7: The students will examine basics of entrepreneurship.

a) Define entrepreneurship (National Standards for NBEA, pg. 70) and steps needed to

start and maintain a business opportunity.

b) Distinguish the role of the entrepreneur in business.

c) Identify necessary traits of a successful entrepreneur.

d) Describe the difference between an employer and employee.

e) Differentiate between a manager and an entrepreneur.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-8: The students will examine basics of networking.

a) Define key terms (servers, routers, hubs, LANs, WANs, queues, IP addresses)

b) Identify the types of networks and their features.

c) Create an example of a network using presentation software, Inspiration, and/or word processing applications.

d) Compare and contrast types of networks, including LANs versus WANs using a word

processing application and/or spreadsheet application to demonstrate their understanding.

e) Describe, compare and contrast Internet protocols (e.g., http, https, and ftp) using a word processing application and/or spreadsheet application.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-9: The students will examine basics of business law.

a) Identify sources of business law.

b) Understand the different classifications of business law.

c) Distinguish between civil and criminal law.

d) Identify different areas of civil law that impact business (ie., tort, contract, property law).

e) Differentiate among types of business crimes. (ie., arson, forgery, embezzlement, computer crimes).

f) Understand the applicability of business law from the standpoint of citizens, workers (includes business owners) and consumers in their communities and in society at large (ref. National Standards of NBEA, pg. 10).

g) Introduce to OSHA state and federal regulatory guidance.

h) Create a safety manual

i) Equal pay act

j) Describe their individual code of ethics using word processing application.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-10: The students will examine basics of marketing.

a) List and describe the four elements of the marketing mix (product, place, price and

promotion).

b) Explain the importance of target market relative to cultural diversity.

c) Address the elements of the marketing mix utilizing desktop publishing, word processing and/or web page application.

 

MSBCS-BCSII-11: The student will examine educational requirements, job responsibilities, employment trends, and opportunities within different career pathways.

a) Investigate the 21st Century career opportunities.

b) Evaluate several occupational interests, based on various criteria (educational requirements, starting salaries, trends, opportunities, and career ladders).

c) Describe and demonstrate effective communication skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) in a business environment.

d) Explain why people need to work (e.g., social contacts, make purchases for necessities, expand knowledge, develop skills to meet basic needs and for personal satisfaction and enjoyment.

e) Construct and/or update an Individual Career Plan that tailors to the student’s individual interests/goals.

f) Use the student’s Individual Career Plan to explore self-knowledge and academic aptitude and understand that career paths should be related to your individual traits.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-12: The student will demonstrate an understanding of economics.

a) Compare and contrast microeconomics and macroeconomics.

b) Explain the concept of Scarcity.

c) Discuss elasticity of supply and demand (cause and effects)

d) Define and list examples of natural, human, and capital goods.

 

MSBCS-BCSIII-13: The student will demonstrate an understanding of personal finance.

a) Saving and investing

b) Earning a living

c) Budgeting

o Categorizing expenses (variable and fixed)

o Compare and contrast budgets and zero-based budget.

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WARM-UP:

Click below to take the class survey

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2YG5FZG

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
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CLOSING:
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