Multimedia Presentations & Communication Technology Pacing Chart
QCC's 43-54 QCC's 86 - 90
QCC's 35 - 37 Multimedia QCC's 55-64 QCC's 65-73 QCC's 81-85 Professionali
Laws and QCC's 38-42 Concepts and Interactive Electronic QCC's 74-77 QCC's 78- Tasks and sm and
Licenses Presentations Design Presentations Communication Calendar 80 Contacts Notes Leadership
Timeline - Units of Study
Intro - 2 days Introduction Unit
Semester Class - 18 weeks
Unit 1 - 4 weeks Unit 1 Unit 1 Unit 1 Unit 1 Unit 1 Unit 1 Unit 1 Unit 1 Unit 1
Chapter 1 - Exploring the World of Multimedia
Chapter 2 - The Internet and Multimedia
Chapter 3 - Multimedia and Society
Unit 2 - 5 weeks Unit 2 Unit 2 Unit 2 Unit 2 Unit 2
Chapter 4 - Hardware and Multimedia
Chapter 5 - Operating System
Chapter 6 - Software and Multimedia
Unit 3 - 9 weeks Unit 3 Unit 3 Unit 3 Unit 3
Chapter 7 - Text
Chapter 8 - Graphics and Animation
Chapter 9 - Audio
Chapter 10 - Video
07.48310 MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS & COMMUNICATION TE
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE: 07.44110 COMPUTER APPLICA
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course emphasizes the development of skills required for improved productivity in producing an
business presentations incorporating multimedia. Students will create, format, illustrate, design,
and print business presentations and utilize communication software applications to manage
contacts, send/receive email, organize notes and tasks, and use calendar tools. Upon completion
of this course students will be able to participate in certification examinations for presentation
and communication software applications. Competencies for the co-curricular student organization Future Business Leaders of
LAWS AND LICENSES
35. Explain key principles in the Electronic Users’ Bill of Rights (e.g. safety
36. Identify copyright and patent laws pertaining to scanned images and d
37. Identify licensing agreements associated with multimedia presentation
38. Identify components of effective electronic presentations.
39. Create a presentation manually or use automated tools.
40. Identify the target audience of presentation.
41. Design a presentation to appeal to target audience.
42. Rearrange slides, rehearse timings, and modify slide layout.
MULTIMEDIA CONCEPTS AND DESIGN
43. Define the uses and terminology of multimedia production.
44. Define and identify the components of multimedia.
45. Compare categories of multimedia software including presentation, au
46. Identify multimedia equipment and computer hardware requirements f
47. Describe examples of digital media such as graphics, digital photograp
48. Identify design principles used in multimedia productions.
49. Determine the appropriate type of multimedia presentation based upon
50. Design and plan a multimedia project using transitions, build effects, s
51. Create, capture, download, edit, import and export, insert and manipul
52. Manage files used in multimedia applications.
53. Apply tools in toolbars and palettes in various software programs.
54. Use storyboarding, outlining, branching, and time management organi
55. Create, save, and present a multimedia presentation using various lay
56. Identify the components of an interactive presentation developed with
57. Plan and build folders/stacks with text boxes, picture boxes, and butto
58. Produce master slide/base page.
59. Add tables and charts to slides.
60. Import spreadsheet and word processing data into slides.
61. Set up a review cycle for workgroup/team collaboration.
62. Develop authoring tutorial/interactive presentations using scripting com
63. Apply formats, animation schemes and slide transitions to a presentat
64. Deliver the presentation using professional standards and techniques.
65. Define terms related to electronic messaging.
66. Identify the components of electronic communication software.
67. List hardware requirements for various types of electronic communicat
68. Compose and send messages to email addresses in accordance with
69. Display and print messages.
70. Evaluate and apply advanced features of email to include attachments
71. Move messages between folders and search for messages.
72. Save messages in alternate file formats.
73. Use categories to manage messages and set message options.
74. Add appointments, meetings and events to the calendar.
75. Apply conditional formats to the calendar.
76. Respond to meeting requests
77. Use categories to manage appointments.
78. Create and edit contacts.
79. Organize and sort contacts
80. Link contacts to activities and journal entries
TASKS AND NOTES
81. Create and update tasks.
82. Modify task organization and task view.
83. Accept, decline, or delegate tasks.
84. Create and modify notes.
85. Use categories to manage tasks and notes.
PROFESSIONALISM AND LEADERSHIP
86. Explain the value of leadership skills.
87. Assess image building and decision making skills.
88. Illustrate public relations techniques.
89. Demonstrate effective teamwork.
90. Outline the goals and principles of student and professional business o
ed productivity in producing and editing electronic communications and professional
n Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) are integral components of both the core employability skills standards and the technical skills
Bill of Rights (e.g. safety, security, ownership, and privacy).
o scanned images and documents, electronic clip art, scanned photography, trademarks, and information (graphics
multimedia presentations and electronic communications
fy slide layout.
ncluding presentation, authoring, animation,and sound.
hardware requirements for various types of media.
raphics, digital photography, video, sound, music, and animation.
presentation based upon purpose, intendedaudience, life of the presentation, cost limits, time restraints, and equipm
ansitions, build effects, sound, animation, video, word art, graphics, color, and scanned/digital images.
xport, insert and manipulate animation, audio,graphics, image, sound, and video files.
ime management organizational tools to planmultimedia projects.
ntation using various layouts and technology.
entation developed with authoring software.
picture boxes, and buttons.
a into slides.
ations using scripting commands or graphicaluser interface.
ransitions to a presentation.
andards and techniques.
of electronic communication using the computer.
sses in accordance with established business standards.
ail to include attachments, forwarding, distribution lists, signatures, and organizational strategies.
d professional business organizations.
kills standards and the technical skills standards, and FBLA activities should be incorporated throughout instructional strategies developed fo
rks, and information (graphics and text) downloadedfrom the Internet.
its, time restraints, and equipment availability.
instructional strategies developed for the course.