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1 (928) ext. 102 Introduction to Business & Management (Business Management & Administrative Services) PROGRAM OF STUDY OFFICE HOURS in Room 102 M-F 2:30 PM 3:30 PM (except Wednesdays) Or, by appointment Business Department Mission Statement Our mission is to provide a safe and supportive environment for a quality, comprehensive education where all students can prepare for business occupations and consumer responsibility in a global environment using relevant technology and methodologies so they may reach their full potential as responsible, ethical and productive members of society. Career & Technical Education (CTE) Vision Statement To ensure a dynamic workforce by fully developing every student s career and academic potential. Curriculum Overview Introduction to Business & Management Every career in this world IS a BUSINESS; therefore; the more students know about business, the greater their understanding will be of how the business world works. This class is for students interested in business and who have a desire to understand how business works in today's global economy. This course prepares students with basic business knowledge and technical skills that will be used regularly throughout their lives. Career development, including critical workplace skills, and life beyond graduation are emphasized. This course will provide students with practical business applications by using hands-on projects that will give students the opportunity to acquire basic skills using Google Drive, including Google Documents and Google Presentations, and how to share work in collaborative teams. Students will also learn Microsoft Office, including Word documents, Excel spreadsheet, Access databases, and PowerPoint presentations. This course is the first course in either a 2-year sequence for business management courses or a 3-year sequence for accounting courses: Introduction to Business & Management & Advanced Business Management OR Accounting 1 Beginning Accounting and Accounting 2 Intermediate Accounting Advanced Business Management and Accounting 1 & 2 students are considered Dual Enrolled students with Yavapai College (YC) and receive FREE college credits after completing the courses successfully with a grade of C or better. Introduction to Business & Management students may receive free YC credits if they attend YC within 2 years of graduation and complete the class with a grade of C or better. Introduction to Business & Management YC credits are considered Articulated credits. The Business Management and Accounting Programs of Study are Mountain Institute JTED Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs and were created in order for students to be competitive in today s highly skilled workforce. These programs also prepare students for future educational and career opportunities, including laying a foundation for university majors in business, economics, finance, accounting and marketing. I welcome you to Introduction of Business & Management and wish you the best year ever! SUPPLEMENTAL TEXTBOOK & HOMEWORK WEBSITE I have a classroom set of Intro to Business for students use. For my homework website at prescottschools.com, please refer to the PHS website, Student tab, Homework Pages link. Scroll to instructor s name and click Web Page and you will be linked to my website. Please check daily. Course Content Communication & Technology Skills Barriers & Effective Methods of Communication Social Media & s Business Letters & Letterheads & Logos Presentation Skills PowerPoint & Google & Prezi Bullying/Sexual Harassment Developing Management & Leadership Skills Terminology, Concepts, & Excellence Principles, Objectives, & Practices Legal & Ethical Issues Integrity & Behavior & Critical Thinking Scenarios Copyrights & Plagiarism Teamwork & Google Drive Roles & Responsibilities & Accountability Facilitation & Delegation & Google Share Leadership Styles & Motivation Marketing Concepts Marketing Mix, 5 P s, & Brand Imaging International/Global Business Multi-National Corporations & Exploring Cultures Trade Barriers & Outsourcing Career Development & Seeking Employment Career Exploration & Career Plan Resume/Cover Letter/Interviewing Workplace Skills Planning/Organizing/Goals/Time Management Accountability/Expectations/Problem-Solving Professionalism in Dress, Manners, & Attitude Personal Finance, Investments, & Insurance Car Loans, 5 C s of Credit, Budgets, & Insurance Introduction to Accounting, Stocks, & Bonds Economic Principles Supply & Demand Factors of Production

2 Grading Procedures Student quarter grades are based on total points for a 9-week grading period and semester grades are based on a 40% (1st quarter) + 40% (2nd quarter) + 20% (final exam) formula. The grading scale is as follows: = A = Excellent = B = Achievement above average = C = Average = D = Below average work bordering on failure 59 0 = F = Failure/unsatisfactory if student earns a failing grade at semester, he/she will be dropped from the class for 2nd semester. EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT! Possession or use of personal electronic devices by students is permitted provided that they do not disrupt the educational process. Electronic devices include cell phones, ipods, tablets, laptops, Kindles, etc. Devices are to be kept in off position while in classrooms unless specifically instructed by the teacher and may be confiscated if disrupting student learning. Use of electronics must be in accordance with school policies. Unwanted photos of other students, teachers, or staff is a violation of the privacy rights of individuals and can result in disciplinary action. School staff is not liable for loss or theft of devices. Bring at own risk! Future Business Leaders of America FBLA is the premier organization for students preparing for careers in business. It is the largest student business organization in the world with more than a quarter of a million members. FBLA prepares students for real world professional experiences. Students will have the opportunity to become a member of FBLA and activities will be incorporated into coursework. Teacher Profile 2014 Yavapai County Teacher-of-the-Year Nominee 2013 JTED Outstanding Teacher of the Year Been teaching Business at PHS since 2007 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Adviser Adjunct Yavapai College Business & Accounting Instructor B.S. Business Finance, Univ. of Northern Colorado Masters in International Management, Daniels College of Business, Denver University Formerly: Marketing Director for an International Trade Association Formerly: Small Business Owner and Operator Support Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) with a donation to the tax credit program SCHOOL-WIDE POLICIES All students MUST carry their identification badges on their person during the school day. If a staff member asks to see a student s ID, then the student is to respectfully show it. Please refer to Student Handbook (PHS website, For Students link, Student Handbook link) for all school policies that must be adhered to, as well as disciplinary actions as a result of policy violations. The handbook is also a useful resource for various Prescott High School information and procedures. The state of Arizona has a law that benefits taxpayers and students alike. A.R.S allows a tax credit of $ for individuals, and $ for married couples filing jointly, for fees or donations paid to a public school in support of extracurricular activities. The beauty of the tax credit is that it costs you nothing, gives you a say in how your tax dollars are spent and reduces your tax bill by whatever amount you donate. If you donate $400.00, your Arizona state tax bill may also be reduced by $ Check with your tax expert for any tax advice. Your contribution will immediately go to support Prescott High School FBLA. On your check, please indicate the program to which you wish to contribute. Contributions must be made by December 31 of the same taxable year for which credit is claimed. What Does FBLA Offer Students? Career Preparation Opportunities Leadership Development & Achievement Outstanding Leadership Conferences Challenging Competitions Community Service Experience Leadership Publications Scholarships & Internships...and more!

3 Tardy, Attendance, Make-up/Late Work Policies, Supplies SCHOOL-WIDE Tardy Policy A student will be considered tardy to class if they are not in his/her assigned seat as the tardy bell rings. A signed pass or from a teacher or staff member will be the ONLY instrument used for an excused tardy notes, s, or phone calls from parents/guardians will NOT excuse a student tardy. Below are the disciplinary actions that will be enforced by Ms. Dreher regarding excessive student tardiness: 1st/2nd/3rd offense Verbal Warning 4th lunch detention with teacher Over 4 violations of tardiness is deemed chronic tardiness and will result in the discipline issue being turned over to school Administration. Also, as a natural consequence for being tardy, student will not be allowed to turn in any homework from the night before (which is always due at the beginning of class) which will result in a zero for the assignment, AND, student will receive a zero for any bellwork activity assigned at the beginning of class for that day. Per Prescott Unified School Board Procedure (October 1997 PUSD Board) a student is considered to have an unexcused absence from a class period if he/she arrives ten (10) minutes or later to class. **Tardies and absences are recorded into Power School within the first 10 minutes of each class period. If you are on time to class, tardy consequences will not be an issue! ATTENDANCE/MAKE-UP WORK For each excused absence, students will be allowed one day plus the number of days absent to turn in work or make-up tests. If absences are unexcused, students may not make-up work for a grade. Any previously assigned work is expected on the due date or on the day returning from an absence!!!!! It is the student s responsibility to inquire and look on the homework website about missed work and make arrangements to make-up assignments upon returning to class. LATE WORK Work not turned in at the BEGINNING of class on the day the assignment is due is considered LATE WORK. Late work will only be accepted at the beginning of class the very next time the class meets. The maximum amount of credit available for late work is 50% (half) of the total points the assignment is worth. Electronic Information Services (EIS) All students and parents/guardians are required to adhere to the EIS policies located in the Student Handbook, pages Any user who violates the provisions of this agreement may be subject to disciplinary action consistent with the severity of the violation and may include: Verbal warning Temporary EIS access revocation Suspension/Permanent access revocation Referral to legal authorities for illegal activities Imposition of monetary damages ABSOLUTE NO NO! Cheating/Plagiarism will result in a zero and possible further disciplinary actions. The equipment in this room shall only be used for Career & Technical Education coursework and projects. REQUIRED CLASSROOM MATERIALS These materials are dedicated for THIS course ONLY and should be brought to class EVERYDAY! 1 1/2-2 inch 3-ring binder Binder dividers We will be building our notebook as the year progresses. You will be required to have dividers for each unit. By the end of the school year we will cover curriculum for up to 10 units of instruction. I have many old dividers students may have. Dividers may also be very simple such as sticky notes, colored paper, construction paper, etc. Notebook paper Black or blue pen AND pencil everyday SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST: Computers will be used for educational purposes only. Playing of computer games will NOT be allowed! Absolutely NO food, drink or gum in rooms with computers at PHS. DRESS CODE outlined in student handbook will be strictly enforced. RESPECT of room items, equipment, people and their property is expected at all times. Teacher is NOT liable for lost or stolen items left in the classroom, including electronic devices or sports equipment. Teacher Wish List In an effort to decrease the spread of germs, a tremendous amount of Kleenex and hand sanitizer is consumed. Any donations of these items is GREATLY appreciated!!!!!!

4 Business Management & Administrative Services The Business Management standards in their entirety (8 Technical standards and 68 measurement criteria) can be found on teacher website. TECHNICAL STANDARDS (All standard competencies are acquired over BOTH years of this 2-year Business Management & Administrative Services Program of Study. Not all standards are covered in Introduction to Business & Management.) 1.0 DEMONSTRATE PERSONAL FINANCE PRACTICES 2.0 DEMONSTRATE BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES NEEDED FOR AN ENTERPRISE 3.0 DEMONSTRATE MARKETING CONCEPTS 4.0 DEMONSTRATE GENERAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 5.0 DEMONSTRATE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS 6.0 PERFORM PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS 7.0 USE ACCOUNTING INFORMATION AND FINANCIAL ANALYSES TO MAKE BUSINESS DECISIONS 8.0 USE COMPUTERIZED INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY WORKPLACE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS STANDARDS 1.0 COMPLEX COMMUNICATIONS: Employs complex communication skills in a manner that adds to organizational productivity. 2.0 COLLABORATION: Collaborates, in person and virtually, to complete tasks aimed at organizational goals. 3.0 EXPERT THINKING: Integrates a mastery of technical knowledge and skills with thinking strategies to create, to innovate, and to devise solutions. 4.0 INTERGENERATIONAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE: Interacts effectively with different cultures and generations to achieve organizational mission, goals, and objectives. 5.0 PROFESSIONALISM: Conducts oneself in a professional manner appropriate to organizational expectations. 6.0 ORGANIZATINAL CULTURE: Functions effectively within an organizational culture. 7.0 LEGAL AND ETHICAL PRACTICES: Observes laws, rules, and ethical practices in the workplace. 8.0 FINANCIAL PRACTICES: Applies knowledge of finances for the profitability and viability of the organization. 9.0 INITIATIVE AND SELF-DIRECTION: Exercises initiative and self-direction in the workplace.

5 Assignment: due Friday, August 14 (20 points) Signed Syllabus Acknowledgement/Parent Permissions/Parent Contact Info & Supplies Parent/Guardian & Student Acknowledgement of Classroom Expectations I have read and understand Ms. Dreher s classroom expectations and understand that students will be held accountable for following all rules and procedures as outlined. I will contact Ms. Dreher should I have any questions/concerns. Parent/Guardian Signature Student Signature Permission to Use Photographs and to View the Movie Outsourced (check boxes below) I grant to Prescott High School s CTE (Career & Technical Education) Department, Mountain Institute JTED, its representatives and employees the right to take photographs of my child and his/her property in connection with the above-identified subject. I authorize Prescott High School s CTE (Career & Technical Education) Department, Mountain Institute JTED, its assignees and transferees to copyright, use, and publish the same in print and/or electronically. I agree that Prescott High School s CTE (Career & Technical Education) Department and Mountain Institute JTED may use such photographs of my child with or without his/her name and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising, and Web content. I do NOT grant permission for photographing. I grant permission to allow my student to watch the movie Outsourced, rated PG13, during the Global Business Unit. I do NOT grant permission for my student to watch the movie and I acknowledge an alternate activity will be assigned. I have read and understand the above: Parent/Guardian Signature PARENT CONTACT INFORMATION Please print clearly.thank you! Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Home Phone: Work Phone: Cell Phone: Please indicate below how you would prefer to be contacted: home phone cell phone

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