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1 TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Test at a Glance See the test preparation manual for complete information about the test along with sample questions, study tips and preparation resources. Test Name Business Education 6 12 Test Code 176 Time Number of Questions Format 5 hours 90 multiple-choice questions Computer-administered test (CAT) VI. 0% V. 17% I. 17% Domain Domain Title Approx. Percentage of Test I. Accounting, Finance and Economics 17% IV. 27% II. 17% II. Business Management 17% III. Ethics, Law, Business Communication and International Business 22% III. 22% IV. Technology and Information Systems 27% V. Leadership and Career Development 17% Copyright 2012 by Texas Education Agency (TEA). All rights reserved. The Texas Education Agency logo and TEA are registered trademarks of Texas Education Agency. Texas Examinations of Educator Standards, TExES and the TExES logo are trademarks of Texas Education Agency.

2 About This Test The TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) test is designed to assess whether an examinee has the requisite knowledge and skills that an entry-level educator in this field in Texas public schools must possess. The 90 multiple-choice questions are based on the Business Education 6 12 test framework. Questions on this test range from grades The test may contain questions that do not count toward the score. The Test Framework The Business Education 6 12 test framework is based on the educator standards for this field. The content covered by the test is organized into broad areas of content called domains. Each domain covers one or more of the educator standards for this field. Within each domain, the content is further defined by a set of competencies. Each competency is composed of two major parts: The competency statement, which broadly defines what an entry-level educator in this field in Texas public schools should know and be able to do. The descriptive statements, which describe in greater detail the knowledge and skills eligible for testing. The educator standards being assessed within each domain are listed on the next page. These are followed by a complete set of the framework s competencies and descriptive statements. Read each competency with its descriptive statements to get a more specific idea of the knowledge you will be required to demonstrate on the test. TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 2 of 12

3 Educator Standards Business Education Standard I The business education teacher understands and applies knowledge of accounting, personal finance, record keeping, economics, banking and financial systems. Business Education Standard II The business education teacher understands and applies principles related to business management, operations and ownership; business law and ethics; international business; and e-commerce. Business Education Standard III The business education teacher understands and applies principles and methods related to the operation of a broad range of business computer information systems. Business Education Standard IV The business education teacher understands and applies principles and methods related to work-based learning, career development and the leadership opportunities available through related student organization activities. Business Education Standard V The business education teacher understands and applies knowledge of business communications and interpersonal, employment, and organizational skills in business environments. Business Education Standard VI The business education teacher knows how to work with others in the school and community and with industry representatives to support the business education program. TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 3 of 12

4 Domains and Competencies DOMAIN I TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS Standards Assessed: Business Education I Competency 001: The teacher understands and applies basic accounting and financial principles. A. Understands accounting and financial terminology and principles (e.g., accounting equation, revenue, matching, historical cost, time value of money, interest rates, risk). B. Applies mathematical procedures to solve business problems (e.g., calculating pay using time cards, verifying invoices and statements, calculating discounts). C. Demonstrates an understanding of the accounting cycle (e.g., posting journal entries, preparing trial balances, preparing financial statements). D. Applies payroll and banking procedures (e.g., computing gross and net pay, preparing payroll registers, reconciling a bank statement). E. Applies various accounting procedures (e.g., depreciation, accounts payable, accounts receivable, banking, taxation). F. Applies basic managerial accounting principles to evaluate the performance of an organization. Competency 002: The teacher understands basic economic principles and systems. A. Understands basic economic theories and principles (e.g., role of wants versus needs, economic roles, types of economic resources). B. Understands global economic systems. C. Understands the role of money in the U.S. economy (e.g., the composition of the money supply, the relationship between interest rates and the quantity of money required and available in money markets, the operation and role of the Federal Reserve Bank, global markets). TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 4 of 12

5 Competency 003: The teacher understands principles of personal financial management and consumer economics. A. Applies principles of and procedures for personal financial management (e.g., planning a budget, saving money, reconciling bank statements, planning investments). B. Understands consumer financial issues (e.g., making major buying decisions, comparative shopping, purchasing insurance, acquiring personal property, personal bankruptcy laws). C. Understands types of consumer credit (e.g., regular, revolving) and issues related to consumer credit (e.g., costs of various forms of credit, procedures and qualifications for obtaining credit). D. Understands procedures for utilizing the services of banking and financial institutions for loans, savings, and investing. E. Understands consumer rights, responsibilities and liabilities. DOMAIN II BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Standards Assessed: Business Education I II Competency 004: The teacher understands types of business ownership and entrepreneurial skills and procedures. A. Understands types of business ownership and their characteristics (e.g., sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, franchises). B. Understands procedures for creating and carrying out business plans. C. Recognizes entrepreneurial opportunities and the benefits and liabilities of starting a business. D. Recognizes basic marketing concepts, functions and methods. E. Understands procedures for determining financial start-up projections and methods for generating various types of capital. F. Understands the changing nature of business (e.g., technological changes, cultural diversity, global resources and competition). G. Applies knowledge of accounting to evaluate alternative business options and make good business decisions. H. Compares business financing opportunities and investments and understands the services provided by banks and financial institutions. TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 5 of 12

6 Competency 005: The teacher understands the principles of management in a business environment. A. Understands the role of management in all aspects of an organization. B. Applies the various functions of management (e.g., planning, organizing, leading, controlling). C. Understands various management and motivational theories. D. Applies social and behavioral theories and principles to the analysis of group structures and behaviors. E. Understands and compares leadership styles and their effectiveness in addressing various business needs and goals. F. Evaluates management practices that promote flexibility and adaptability in a global business environment. Competency 006: The teacher understands human relations and resource management. A. Understands the role of human relations and resource management within an organization and applies basic principles and procedures of human resource planning. B. Understands the economic and social benefits of a well-designed workplace. C. Understands the role of organized labor and its influence on business. D. Understands the balance between employee privacy rights and employer obligations to provide a safe working environment. E. Recognizes and applies methods of employee recruitment and selection, staff evaluation, and employee training and development in accordance with state and federal regulations (e.g., Equal Employment Opportunity Act, Americans with Disabilities Act). F. Understands factors affecting productivity (e.g., interaction of people and technology, employee attitudes and motivation). TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 6 of 12

7 DOMAIN III ETHICS, LAW, BUSINESS COMMUNICATION AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Standards Assessed: Business Education I II, V Competency 007: The teacher understands issues related to ethics and social responsibility in business. A. Understands the nature and role of ethics in business (e.g., distinguishing between ethical and legal choices, distinguishing between ethical and unethical business practices, recognizing ethical decisions in business situations). B. Understands the social responsibilities of businesses in relation to the environment, health, safety and diversity in the workplace. C. Recognizes the connection between good public relations and a community s perception of ethical standards in business and analyzes factors affecting decisions in these areas. D. Analyzes business situations that involve ethical considerations. Competency 008: The teacher understands principles of business law. A. Knows legal requirements for forming, operating and dissolving different types of businesses. B. Understands laws regarding retail and commercial sales. C. Knows the nature and significance of legal contracts. D. Understands employee and consumer rights and protections afforded by law (e.g., consumer protection laws, Americans with Disabilities Act, organized labor laws, workplace safety legislation). E. Understands various types of legal issues that arise in business situations (e.g., the legal responsibility of individuals for the acts of a business organization, issues related to trademark and copyright laws). F. Understands the role of government in business. TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 7 of 12

8 Competency 009: The teacher understands basics of international business. A. Understands multicultural business opportunities and competitive factors that affect the international business environment (e.g., social, cultural, political, legal, geographic, economic). B. Understands the relationship between international trade and the global economy. C. Recognizes major trends and developments in international business. D. Understands the relationship between foreign trade and taxation policy and tariffs. Competency 010: The teacher understands basic elements of communication and applies skills for effective communication in business contexts. A. Understands basic elements of effective communication in business (e.g., communication process, barriers, communication channels, issues that arise in cross-cultural business transactions). B. Demonstrates knowledge of appropriate oral, written, nonverbal and visual communication. C. Demonstrates knowledge of techniques for inputting data and producing documents. D. Applies procedures for producing business documents using current and emerging technologies. TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 8 of 12

9 DOMAIN IV TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS Standards Assessed: Business Education II III, V Competency 011: The teacher understands fundamentals and uses of computer networks (e.g., LANs, WANs, the Internet, peer-to-peer, client/server). A. Applies procedures for navigating computer networks to search, find and exchange information. B. Understands the use of desktop publishing software to create and publish business-related documents (e.g., instructional manuals, business brochures). C. Understands the use of operating systems for performing a variety of tasks (e.g., organize and maintain files, export data). D. Understands options and procedures for exchanging information via telecommunications software (e.g., appropriate telecommunications methods for given situations, correct etiquette when using telecommunications). E. Applies procedures for producing business documents using current and emerging technology (e.g., produce documents using word processing software, use correct proofreading symbols and procedures, produce a report containing text and graphics). Competency 012: The teacher evaluates and implements Internet software to meet ongoing business needs. A. Understands health and safety issues related to the use of computer technology. B. Understands the use of Web design software to develop websites. C. Applies procedures for importing graphics, sound, video and text into documents to produce multimedia and presentation products. D. Applies skills for researching and developing effective business presentations, including multimedia presentations. TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 9 of 12

10 Competency 013: The teacher understands terminology and principles related to computer and information technology. A. Understands computer terminology and concepts. B. Applies procedures for selecting, evaluating, installing and upgrading computer hardware and software. C. Understands computer operating systems as they apply to business activities. D. Understands the role of information technology in specific business contexts (e.g., product design, procurement, manufacturing, sales and marketing, inventory, product delivery, customer service, finance). E. Understands and applies skills for managing computer laboratories (e.g., developing a technology plan, troubleshooting and repairing software and hardware, customizing software, evaluating software and hardware for business education, keeping inventory of computer components and peripherals). Competency 014: The teacher understands principles and procedures related to information management systems and information technology applications. A. Understands the nature and role of e-commerce. B. Knows skills and procedures for creating and operating an online business. C. Applies skills for managing information (e.g., maintaining systems for document and information storage and retrieval, developing and maintaining systems for electronic and manual filing). D. Addresses business problems by utilizing and applying information technology (e.g., word processing, spreadsheets, databases, multimedia, Web design, computer programming, graphic design). E. Understands the impact of information and communication technology on business and society. F. Applies database technology to manipulate (e.g., store, query, retrieve) data and design databases to solve business problems. TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 10 of 12

11 Competency 015: The teacher understands principles and procedures related to confidentiality, security and data integrity associated with computer technology. A. Identifies ethical and legal issues relevant to confidentiality in the use of computer information systems in business. B. Understands issues and procedures for maintaining data security. C. Understands procedures for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of electronic data. D. Applies procedures for maintaining the security of computerized information (e.g., firewalls, virus protection software). DOMAIN V LEADERSHIP AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT Standards Assessed: Business Education IV VI Competency 016: The teacher understands work-based learning, career development and leadership opportunities. A. Connects classroom learning to work-based learning and incorporates relevant experiences into the business curriculum. B. Understands the laws and regulations relating to student employment, including safety regulations and procedures. C. Understands work-based learning models (e.g., mentoring, job shadowing, career preparation, internships/externships). D. Knows how to evaluate student progress based on work-based standards and how to analyze data to determine program effectiveness. E. Understands career opportunities in business as well as education and training requirements associated with business careers. F. Applies strategies to assist students in the transition from program completion to employment and/or higher education. G. Applies knowledge of ways in which personal attributes (e.g., reliability, diligence, punctuality, motivation, attitude) affect career advancement and success in the workplace. TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 11 of 12

12 Competency 017: The teacher understands interpersonal, employment and organizational skills in business environments. A. Understands the social and human relations skills and attitudes needed to work effectively in a culturally diverse business environment. B. Understands positive work habits and skills for achieving success in the workplace (e.g., dependability, professional appearance, accuracy, honesty, initiative, time management, decision making, problem solving, prioritizing tasks). C. Identifies procedures for carrying out administrative support responsibilities (e.g., scheduling, meeting planning and organization). D. Understands procedures and systems for managing information (e.g., document storage and retrieval, supply inventories and purchasing schedules, inventory record keeping, maintenance and repair schedules). Competency 018: The teacher understands the leadership and community service opportunities available through student organization activities and the importance of promoting the business education program. A. Understands the purpose, characteristics, and functions of student leadership organizations. B. Understands the roles and responsibilities of chapter advisors to student organizations. C. Understands the importance of interacting with others in the school and community to promote the business education program (e.g., advisory committees, businesses, community agencies, postsecondary institutions, civic and service organizations, education and training organizations). D. Knows how to use a variety of sources and methods for developing and delivering appropriate business instruction (e.g., collaboration with other school faculty and external partners, identification of the impact of external influences, identification of the requirements for special populations, evaluation of performance standards). TExES Business Education 6 12 (176) Page 12 of 12

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