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1 AASD BUSINESS CURRICULUM Computer Apps for Careers (#5000) Description Students will use a variety of software to create personal as well as business documents. The course will emphasize touch-keyboarding skills while creating documents, letters, reports, tables, newsletters, and resumes. We will be incorporating beginning level Google applications, Microsoft Outlook, and various social media to complete projects. Credits.5 Prerequisites Textbooks/Resources Keyboarding & Information Processing text, MicroType 4.0 Keyboarding Software, South-Western Educational Publishing. Required Assessments Board Approved July 2003 Revised November 2015 AASD Business Goals for K-12 Students Develop personal and professional communication skills. Develop skills necessary to make meaningful decisions in a variety of business careers. Acquire an understanding of business operations. Apply current information systems/technology as they relate to personal and business decision-making. Analyze appropriate information from various business functions to make informed business decisions. Board Approved November 2015 Page 1

2 AASD Business and Information Technology Standards for Students in Computer Apps for Careers (#5000) I. Accounting and Finance A. Students will apply generally accepted accounting principles while performing the functions of the accounting cycle. B. Students will develop and analyze working knowledge of financial reports. C. Students will apply payroll and tax theories and procedures. II. Business Calculations A. Students will analyze and use appropriate operations to solve business and personal mathematical problems. B. Students will use international standards of measurement when solving business problems. C. Students will analyze and explain statistical data in charts, tables and graphs. III. Business Communications A. Students will communicate in a clear, concise, accurate and courteous manner on personal and professional levels. B. Students will apply basic social communication in both personal and professional settings. C. Students will use current technology to enhance the effectiveness of communication. D. Students will locate, assess and use information from a variety of print and digital sources. E. Students will plan and write documents that are appropriate for the situation, purpose and audience. F. Students will listen discriminately and respond appropriately to oral communication. IV. Business Law and Ethics A. Students will assess the legal system in which they live and work. B. Students will interpret laws associated with business organizations, agency law and employment law. C. Students will evaluate the legal implications of contract law, law of sales and consumer law. D. Students will analyze the legal aspects of property law. E. Students will communicate how ethical issues impact the business environment. F. Students will analyze the role of personal integrity and ethical behavior in the workplace. G. Students will evaluate ways in which ethical concerns affect emerging technologies and their impact on society. V. Economics A. Students will evaluate how resources are allocated in society. B. Students will analyze how an economy functions. C. Students will assess the role that money plays in our society. D. Students will analyze how market structures and prices affect the economy. Board Approved November 2015 Page 2

3 VI. Entrepreneurship A. Students will recognize that entrepreneurs possess unique characteristics and evaluate the degree to which one possesses those characteristics. B. Students will analyze the concepts and processes associated with successful entrepreneurial performance. VII. Global Business A. Students will analyze the impact of the global business environment on business, consumers and economics. VIII. Management A. Students will describe business management functions and examine their implementation in business. B. Students will examine organizational structures for businesses and use operations and production principles for effective operation of the business. C. Students will examine the role of the human resource department and its function as means to achieving management s goals. IX. Marketing A. Students will analyze the elements of the marketing mix, the interrelationships and how they affect sales and business processes. X. Personal Finance A. Students will apply reliable information and systematic decision-making when buying goods and services. B. Students will manage money effectively by developing financial goals and budgets. C. Students will evaluate savings and investment options and implement a diversified investing strategy that is compatible with personal goals. D. Students will examine factors that affect incurring debt, cost of credit and legal aspects of credit in order to remain both creditworthy and financially secure. E. Students will explain the features and roles of insurance when making choices available to consumers for protection against risk and financial loss. XI. Digital and Graphic Communication A. Students will create print quality publications for intended audiences or purposes through the use of advanced layout, design and graphics production software and hardware. B. Students will design and publish effective web pages and websites. C. Students will produce media-rich presentations to meet need of audience. D. Students will create digital images for use in publications, websites, digital slide shows and videos. XII. IT Foundations A. Students will use an appropriate digital tool to meet personal and business needs. B. Students will evaluate and maintain current and emerging hardware as it relates to configuring, installing, upgrading, diagnosing and repairing. C. Students will describe, organize, create and maintain a database management system. Board Approved November 2015 Page 3

4 XIII. Networking A. Students will analyze network system needs and requirements. B. Students will install and configure network components to implement a functional network. C. Students will perform various methods of technical support to maintain and monitor a network. XIV. Programming and Application Development A. Students will assess customer needs and develop an appropriate software or application solution. Board Approved November 2015 Page 4

5 WI Common Career & Technical Standards I. Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication and Collaboration A. Students will think and work creatively to develop innovative solutions to problems and opportunities. B. Students will formulate and defend judgments and decisions by employing critical thinking skills. C. Students will communicate and collaborate with others to accomplish tasks and develop solutions to problems and opportunities. II. Career Development A. Students will consider, analyze and apply an awareness of self, identify and culture to identify skills and talents. B. Students will identify the connection between educational achievement and work opportunities in order to reach personal and career goals. C. Students will create and manage a flexible and responsive and individualized learning plan to meet their career goals. D. Students will identify and apply employability skills. IIII. Environment, Health and Safety A. Students will identify the importance and interrelationships of health, safety and environmental systems and evaluate the impacts of these systems on organizational performance for continuous improvement. IV. Global and Cultural Awareness A. Students will propose solutions and initiatives related to global issues. B. Students will assess the benefits and challenges of working in diverse settings and on the diverse teams. V. Information, Media and Technology Skills A. Students will access, interpret and evaluate information from a variety of sources in order to inform and support and support premises, arguments, decisions, ideas and initiatives. B. Students will apply information literacy skills to access and evaluate media to design and produce media products. C. Students will use available information and communication technology to improve productivity, solve problems and create opportunities. VI. Leadership A. Students will apply leadership skills in real-world, family, community and business and industry applications. Board Approved November 2015 Page 5

6 Essential Learning Objectives Performance Indicators Classroom Assessments 1. Learn and use the basic features of Windows and Google Docs to employ operations applications. a. chooses appropriate desktop Icons and the Taskbar to launch programs and open files or folders. b. organizes and manages data including copying, moving, creating, and deleting files and folders. c. uses the Windows and Google Help functions. XII. IT Foundations A V. Information, Media and Technology Skills A, C 2. Demonstrate proper keyboarding technique. a. develops speed and accuracy by touch method. b. develops competency through various types of drills speed, technique, accuracy. c. develops proofreading skills which include spelling, word division, and punctuation. XII. IT Foundations A V. Information, Media and Technology Skills B 3. Apply the basics of a word processing program both in Microsoft and Google. a. demonstrates formatting text, paragraphs, and documents. b. demonstrates the variety of save and print options. c. illustrates correct grammar, punctuation and terminology to write and edit documents. d. illustrates clipart and graphics within a document. e. illustrates various page layout and page setup options. III. Business Communications A, C, D, E, F I. Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Collaboration C Board Approved November 2015 Page 6

7 Essential Learning Objectives Performance Indicators Classroom Assessments 4. Prepare a career research paper which align with the AASD writing standards. a. produces a one-page and a multi-page document. b. produces a title page. c. creates an outline. d. creates a table of contents. e. incorporates footnotes/endnotes into a multi-page document. f. produces a bibliography/works cited including MLA. III. Business Communications A, B, C, D, E, F V. Information, Media and Technology Skills A, B, C 5. Produce business documents including letters and resumes. a. prints a properly formatted letter and envelope. b. prints a properly formatted resume. III. Business Communications A, B, C, D, E, F V. Information, Media and Technology Skills A, B, C 6. Demonstrate mathematics knowledge through a spreadsheet program. a. differentiates between a worksheet, workbook, and google sheets. b. constructs text and numbers and format data within cells or a worksheet. c. illustrates formulas and functions to solve real world situations. I. Accounting and Finance B; II. Business Calculations A, B, C V. Information, Media and Technology Skills A, C Board Approved November 2015 Page 7

8 Essential Learning Objectives Performance Indicators Classroom Assessments 7. Develop and deliver presentations using appropriate media to engage and inform the audience. a. prepares a presentation for information sharing. b. creates a title slide and text slides. c. creates a single- and multi-level bulleted list. d. utilizes slide layouts and adds background styles. e. inserts, moves, and sizes clipart and graphics. f. utilizes social media to deliver business messages XI. Digital and Graphic Communication A, C, D V. Information, Media and Technology Skills A, B, C Resources and learning activities that address course objectives: Board Approved November 2015 Page 8

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