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1 This course is designed to acquaint students with the advanced principles associated with information processing. Students study advanced computer concepts, software applications, and computer systems. Emphasis is placed on skill development in using technology to perform advanced information processing. Topics of study include computer concepts, word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software applications, which will increase in difficulty in the second semester. Computer technology will be presented that may lead to the student s ability to obtain advanced certification in a popular office software package that includes word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation programs. The student will participate in job training for entry-level employment in computer information processing for advanced study at the post-secondary level. Communication skills, keyboarding, decision-making, technology and critical thinking skills are reinforced in this course through business application projects. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course are service learning, field trips, job shadowing, and internships. Simulations, projects, teamwork, DECA and FBLA leadership activities, meetings, conferences, and competition provide opportunities for application of instructional competencies. Prerequisite: Keyboarding/Keyboarding Applications or Introduction to Business Computer Applications Table of Contents Business Education Related Content Standards 2 Business Education Strands 9 Introduction to Computers 12 Social and Ethical Issues 12 Word Processing 12 Spreadsheets 14 Databases 15 Presentations 16 Software Application Integration 16 Resources 17 Internet Sites 17 Page 1

2 Louisiana Business Education Related Content Standards *All benchmarks are not marked for all Business courses. Introduction to Computers Social and Ethical Issues Word Processing Spreadsheets Database Presentations Sof tware Application Integrati on Standard Two: Use automated accounting procedures to apply basic accounting principles and pursue advanced accounting methods. (Recommended Grades 11-12) a. Develop an awareness of the role the computer can play in maintaining accounting records. b. Complete the various steps of the accounting cycle using accounting software. c. Use planning and control principles to evaluate the performance of an organization. d. Apply differential analysis and present value concepts to make decisions. e. Understand the procedures used in the accounting systems of departmentalized, branch, and manufacturing business and not-for-profit organizations. f. Prepare, interpret, and analyze financial statements using manual and computerized procedures. Standard Four: Develop attitudes, procedures, and skills necessary to function effectively in a variety of electronic offices. (Recommended Grades 10-12) a. Select and utilize equipment and technology appropriate for successfully completing various tasks. b. Compose and produce a variety of business documents using correct grammar, punctuation, and format with current and emerging technology. c. Demonstrate ability to use oral and interpersonal communications skills effectively. d. Use appropriate resources as needed for decision making and problem solving. e. Demonstrate knowledge of records management and application of various manual and automated data storage and retrieval systems. Page 2

3 Louisiana Business Education Related Content Standards *All benchmarks are not marked for all Business courses. Introduction to Computers Social and Ethical Issues Word Processing Spreadsheets Database Presentations Sof tware Application Integrati on f. Use regular and electronic mail services appropriately and economically. g. Demonstrate appropriate personal qualities and work ethics. h. Demonstrate ability to use appropriate office procedures. i. Identify procedures involved in distributing information and products. j. Apply principles of effective human relations. Standard Five: Use Appropriate communication skills to communicate in a business environment. (Recommended Grades 11-12) a. Improve listening, comprehension, vocabulary, reading and analytical skills. b. Apply standard rules of grammar and usage. c. Improve mechanics of writing to include: capitalization, number usage, punctuation, spelling and proofreading. d. Prepare and compose business communications such as: letters, memos, reports and e- mail. e. Use the principles of communication psychology in oral and written communiqués. Standard Six: Demonstrate the ability to use standard equipment found in a variety of modern offices. (Recommended Grades 9-12) a. Demonstrate ability to effectively utilize office equipment such as typewriters, computers, fax machines, postage machines, telephone systems, copying and reproducing machines, calculators and transcription machines. b. Select and utilize equipment in decision making and problem solving. Standard Seven: Demonstrate successful job competencies as senior cooperative education students through classroom instruction and on-the-job training at approved business office sites. (Recommended Grade 12) a. Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills. Page 3

4 Louisiana Business Education Related Content Standards *All benchmarks are not marked for all Business courses. Introduction to Computers Social and Ethical Issues Word Processing Spreadsheets Database Presentations Sof tware Application Integrati on b. Demonstrate responsible work ethics and business etiquette. c. Apply skills and techniques to complete administrative support responsibilities. d. Develop an understanding of records management. e. Improve knowledge and skills in word and information processing. f. Apply positive attitudes and communication skills. g. Demonstrate proficiency in communicating on a professional level. Standard Eight: Demonstrate the ability to maintain business and personal records. (Recommended Grades 9-12) a. Maintain personal records for financial planning, banking, and taxes. b. Maintain business records for cash, merchandising, payroll and taxes. c. Demonstrate data management procedures using manual or electronic methods. d. Identify accounting fundamentals. e. Select and apply appropriate filing procedures including alphabetic, numeric and subject filing systems. Standard Eleven: Understand the American business system in order to function as a productive citizen, consumer and worker. (Recommended Grades 9-12) a. Explore and describe basic economic concepts and their applications. b. Describe the types of businesses and the features of the forms of ownership. c. Explore the impact of international business on the domestic and global economy. d. Identify the role and impact of government, the legal system, and labor on business. Page 4

5 Louisiana Business Education Related Content Standards *All benchmarks are not marked for all Business courses. Introduction to Computers Social and Ethical Issues Word Processing Spreadsheets Database Presentations Sof tware Application Integration e. Analyze business career opportunities and formulate a career plan. f. Identify consumer rights and responsibilities of consumer credit. g. Investigate current and emerging technology and explain its impact on business. h. Describe financial institutions and interpret banking services. i. Investigate savings and investments and interpret their impact on business and personal applications. j. Discuss protection from different types of economic loss. k. Explain and apply the concepts of financial management to personal and business situations. Standard Fourteen: Apply math computational and problem-solving skills in personal, business, and consumer applications. (Recommended Grades 9-12) a. Demonstrate competency in fundamental calculations using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents. b. Apply fundamental knowledge to assorted business and personal financial situations. c. Use manual and electronic methods to perform calculations. d. Apply mathematical concepts to business and personal financial situations such as payroll, budget, and income tax. e. Compute problems involving metric measurements. f. Solve problems presented in narrative and unarranged form. Page 5

6 Louisiana Business Education Related Content Standards *All benchmarks are not marked for all Business courses. Introduction to Computers Social and Ethical Issues Word Processing Spreadsheets ase Datab Standard Fifteen: Utilize current technology and information processing concepts for personal and business applications. (Recommended Grades 10-12) a. Describe current and emerging computer architecture and its impact on society. b. Identify, select, evaluate, use, install, upgrade, and customize applications software. c. Identify and configure hardware systems. d. Develop a working knowledge of various types of operating systems and working environments. e. Produce documents using a variety of applications software including current word processing, database, spreadsheet, desktop publishing and presentation graphics program. f. Select appropriate technology to address business and personal needs. g. Examine and use communications software including Internet technology for personal and business tasks. h. Identify key ethical and security issues relating to information systems. entations Pres Sof tware Application Integration Standard Sixteen: Produce business and personal presentations using multimedia technology. (Recommended Grades 11-12) a. Analyze the technology available for all types of presentation use. b. Explore the types and role of presentations in business and personal settings. c. Demonstrate proficiency in oral and visual communication skills. d. Identify and apply design concepts for presentations. Page 6

7 Louisiana Business Education Related Content Standards *All benchmarks are not marked for all Business courses. e. Investigate and apply components of effective web site design. Introduction to Computers Social and Ethical Issues Word Processing Spreadsheets Database f. Integrate presentations with clip art, graphics, pictures, sound and video. g. Research the impact of emerging technology on future presentations. Standard Seventeen: Apply desktop publishing concepts and effective communication techniques to produce business and personal documents. (Recommended Grades 10-12) a. Apply concepts of layout and design. b. Determine if desktop publishing is appropriate for a task. c. Identify, compare, and use various desktop publishing technology. d. Use effective communications techniques when producing desktop published documents. Standard Twenty: Produce various business documents using word processing concepts and procedures. (Recommended Grades 10-12) a. Use appropriate format to produce mailable documents. b. Produce documents unique to various career fields. c. Create, compose, edit, store, retrieve, and print documents. d. Select appropriate technology for a particular task. Presentations Software Application Integration Page 7

8 Louisiana Business Education Related Content Standards *All benchmarks are not marked for all Business courses. e. Exhibit personal qualities of neatness, promptness, dependability, accuracy, and proper judgment in completing various tasks. f. Solve problems in document processing. g. Examine and use desktop publishing, presentation graphics and multimedia software. h. Identify key ethical and security issues relating to information systems. i. Identify and configure hardware peripherals. Introduction to Computers Social and Ethical Issues Word Processing Spreadsheets Database Presentations Software Application Integration Page 8

9 Strands Business Content Standards, Curriculum Framework, Bulletin 1977, identified seven strands. Strands are concepts common to all business courses and should be incorporated as content in all business courses. These strands are Career Development Students need to explore multiple career paths and continuously deal with the process of learning new skills. Career development includes self-awareness, career research, workplace expectations, career strategies, school-to-work transitions, and lifelong learning. 1. Assess personal strengths and weaknesses as they relate to career exploration and development. 2. Utilize career resources to develop an information base on content related careers including international occupational opportunities. 3. Relate work ethic, workplace relationships, diversity, and communication skills to career development. 4. Apply knowledge gained from individual assessment to a comprehensive set of goals and an individual career plan that develops strategies to make an effective transition from school to work and includes the importance of lifelong learning to career success. 5. Discuss specific qualifications and characteristics necessary for a career in a content-related field. Communication Communication in all forms is a foundation skill for all business courses. Communicating clearly, fluently, strategically, technologically, critically, and creatively in society and in a variety of workplaces using reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills is an essential career and life skill. 1. Communicate in a clear, courteous, concise, and correct manner on personal and professional levels. 2. Apply basic social communication skills in personal and professional situations. 3. Use technology to enhance the effectiveness of communications. 4. Integrate all forms of communication in the successful pursuit of a career. 5. Incorporate appropriate leadership and supervision techniques, customerservice strategies, and standards of personal ethics to communicate effectively with various business constituencies. Computation Business education courses offer unique opportunities for students to apply computational and problem-solving skills in everyday business, personal, and consumer problems. 1. Apply mathematical operations using whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, ratios, and proportions to solve problems. 2. Use common international standards of measurement in solving problems. Page 9

10 3. Analyze and interpret data using common statistical procedures. 4. Use mathematical procedures to analyze and solve business problems for such areas as taxation, savings and investment, payroll records, cash management, financial statements, credit management, purchases, sales, inventory records, depreciation, cost recovery, and depletion. International Business Since business is conducted in a local, state, national, and international marketplace, students must understand how social, cultural, political, legal, and economic factors impact the business environment. 1. Explain the role of international business and analyze its impact on careers and doing business at the local, state, national, and international levels. 2. Apply communication strategies necessary and appropriate for effective and profitable international business relations. 3. Describe the social, cultural, political, legal, and economic factors that shape and impact the international business environment. 4. Describe the environmental factors that define what is considered ethical business behavior. 5. Explain the role, importance, and concepts of international finance and risk management. 6. Discuss special challenges in the operations and management of human resources in international business. 7. Apply marketing concepts to international business. 8. Relate balance of trade concepts to the import/export process. 9. Identify forms of business ownership and entrepreneurial opportunities available in international business. Interrelationships of Business and Academics A major component of developing a sound understanding of the modern business environment is identifying the interrelationships of business and academic skills and knowledge. 1. Analyze the interrelationships of a particular course being studied with various business content areas such as accounting, administrative support, business administration and management, economics and finance, information systems, and marketing. 2. Participate in activities that interrelate the course being studied to other business content areas to enhance general business understanding. 3. Apply knowledge and skills gained in academic courses such as English, mathematics, science, and social studies to problem solving in business education courses. 4. Participate in projects integrating academic and business skills and knowledge. Technology Technology is advancing at a tremendous rate. It is necessary for students to develop an understanding of the current technology available and use that knowledge in decision- making and problem-solving processes. 1. Choose appropriate procedures and equipment to complete a task or job. Page 10

11 2. Use the appropriate procedures for setup and operation of equipment. 3. Prevent, identify, or solve problems with equipment. 4. Research and analyze factors involved in obtaining appropriate technology. Work Ethics and Professionalism A high-performance workplace requires employees who demonstrate proper workplace behavior, personal attributes, and a high level of interpersonal skills. 1. Demonstrate dependability and punctuality. 2. Display initiative, enthusiasm, and a positive attitude. 3. Demonstrate good customer relation skills. 4. Operate within the scope of authority adhering to established company rules, regulations, and policies. 5. Abide by the standard dress code of the workplace. 6. Develop and adhere to appropriate interactive relationships for effective teamwork. 7. Learn to accept praise and criticism in a positive manner. 8. Accept responsibility for one's own decisions and actions. 9. Maintain and enhance skills through participation in in-service or continuing education. Page 11

12 Unit One Introduction to Computers (The student will be able to...) 1. Identify and differentiate between MAC and PC platform. 2. Discuss the concept of compatibility vs. incompatibility. 3. Identify hardware components inside the computer. 4. Identify and explain the peripherals. 5. Identify the operating system used. 6. List other popular operating systems and discuss compatibility (DOS, Windows, Max, Unix, Linux etc.). 7. Differentiate between operating system software and application (program) software. 8. List and identify the utilities provided with the operating system. 9. Differentiate between super computers, mini and mainframe computers, and personal computers. 10. Identify LAN/WAN and discuss setup procedures. Unit Two Social and Ethical Issues 1. Identify and explain copywrite, privacy, access, and security. 2. Discuss appropriate computer usage and ethics. 3. Identify software as licensed, free, or public domain. 4. Discuss proper access techniques and future accessing methods. 5. Identify and distinguish between various forms of sabotage and saboteurs. 6. Identify and distinguish between hackers and pirates. 7. Discuss current issues and law. 8. Describe how computer information systems have changed social issues and the use of the Internet and its implications. 9. Discuss acceptable guidelines for Internet use in the workplace and the home. Unit Three Word Processing Basics 1. Explain and use the components of the view screen. 2. Define and apply basic word processing features. 3. Create a new document. 4. Explain how to use menus and toolbars. 5. Navigate through a document. 6. Save a File. 7. Locate and open an existing document. Page 12

13 8. Use document preview. 9. Print a document. Editing 1. Define and apply editing features. 2. Select text. 3. Use the backspace and delete keys. 4. Use overtype mode. 5. Use undo and redo commands. 6. Use cut, copy, and paste. 7. Use drag and drop to copy or move text. Formatting 1. Define and apply formatting features. 2. Use and change fonts. 3. Explain how to emphasize an important part of the document by highlighting text. 4. Explain how to change case of text. 5. Align text. 6. Change vertical alignment of a document. More Formatting 1. Define and apply advanced formatting features. 2. Adjust indents and line spacing to include 3. Set the margins of a document to include 4. Set and use tabs to include 5. Sort text in a document to include data in ascending or descending order. 6. Create bulleted, numbered, and outline numbered lists. Special Features 1. Check the spelling and grammar of a document. 2. Insert the date and time. 3. Use the thesaurus. 4. Use the find and replace feature. Advanced Features 1. Define and apply advanced document features. 2. Switch between documents. 3. Copy and paste text between documents. 4. Insert page breaks. 5. Work with multi-page documents. 6. Insert headers and footers. 7. Create footnotes and endnotes. Page 13

14 8. Create and modify an outline. 9. Insert, format, and revise tables. 10. Create and print envelopes and labels. 11. Use mail merge. 12. Create and use templates and wizards. 13. Create columns of text. 14. Use graphics to include Unit Four Spreadsheets Basics 1. Define and apply basic spreadsheet features. 2. Identify parts of the worksheet. 3. Move around in a worksheet. 4. Select cells and enter data in the worksheet. 5. Edit cells. 6. Save a worksheet. 7. Print a worksheet. Worksheet Appearance 1. Change column width. 2. Change the appearance of cells using fonts, styles, colors, and borders. 3. Change the cell format. Organize the Worksheet 1. Copy data to other cells using both cut & paste and drag & drop features. 2. Move data to other cells using both cut & paste and drag & drop features. 3. Insert and delete columns and rows. 4. Freeze titles. Formulas 1. Define and apply spreadsheet formula features. 2. Enter and edit formulas. 3. Distinguish between relative, absolute, and mixed cell references. 4. Create formulas quickly. Function Formulas 1. Define and use function formulas. 2. Identify the parts of a function formula. 3. Use function formulas to solve mathematical problems. 4. Use function formulas to solve statistical problems. 5. Use function formulas to solve financial problems. 6. Use function formulas to insert time and date in a worksheet. Page 14

15 Advanced Features 1. Sort data in a worksheet. 2. Name a range of data. Worksheet Charts 1. Define and apply chart features. 2. Identify the purpose of charting worksheet data. 3. Identify the types of worksheet charts. 4. Create a chart sheet and save a chart. 5. Edit a chart and change the type of chart. Unit Five Databases Basics 1. Identify and differentiate the parts of a database. 2. Explain the uses of databases. 3. Identify parts of the screen. 4. Create a new database and a new table 5. Design, modify, name, and save a table. 6. Navigate through a database and enter records. 7. Print a table and exit. Manipulating Data 1. Edit a record and undo a change. 2. Select records and fields. 3. Delete a record. 4. Cut, copy, and paste data. Finding and Ordering Data 1. Define and apply database features. 2. Find data in a database. 3. Query a database. 4. Use filters. 5. Sort a database. 6. Index a database. Reports and Macros 1. Create a report. 2. Modify a report. 3. Create and run a macro. Page 15

16 Unit Six Presentations Basics 1. Define and apply the basics of computer slide presentations. 2. Open an existing presentation. 3. Save a presentation. 4. Apply a design template. 5. Change a slide layout. 6. Add a slide to a presentation. 7. Insert clip art. 8. Change views. 9. Print a presentation and exit. Special Features 1. Create a new presentation. 2. Delete slides. 3. Add text to slides. 4. Check spelling. 5. Change text appearance. 6. Work with bullets. 7. Use slide transitions. 8. Insert animation. Visual Elements 1. Build and modify an organizational chart. 2. Build and modify charts. 3. Create and modify tables. 4. Create a text box. 5. Create shapes and objects. Advanced Features 1. Create a presentation from existing slides. 2. Format text and objects. 3. Deliver a presentation. 4. Insert pictures and scanned images. 5. Insert sound objects. 6. Insert movie clips. Unit Seven Software Application Integration Integrate word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation projects. Page 16

17 Resources Bucki, Lisa A. and Judy Fischer (1999). Learning Computer Applications: Projects and Exercises. DDC Publishing, New York, New York. Eisch, Mary Alice, Kathy Krueger, and Judith Voiers (2000). WordPerfect Office 2000 Integrated Course. Cincinnati, Ohio: South-Western Educational Publishing. Fulton, Jennifer, Nancy Kaczmarczyk, Sue Plumley, Suzanne Weixel, and Rick Winter (1999). Learning Microsoft Office New York, New York: DDC Publishing. Pasewark, William R. Sr., Ph.D. and William R. Pasewark, Jr., Ph.D., C.P.A (2000). Microsoft Office 2000 Introductory Course. Cincinnati, Ohio: South-Western Educational Publishing. Pasewark, William R. Sr., Ph.D. and William R. Pasewark, Jr., Ph.D., C.P.A (2000). Microsoft Office 2000 Advanced Course. Cincinnati, Ohio: South-Western Educational Publishing. Internet Sites Page 17

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