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									                                           COURSE SYLLABUS
                                    Business and Technology Concepts

INSTRUCTOR’S NAME: Mr. Robert J. Arvin III                         EMAIL: arvinrj@donovan.k12.il.us
GRADE LEVEL: 9-12
PREREQUISITES: None
SEMESTER (S): Two
EARNED CREDITS: 1
MATERIALS: Notebook, folder, pen/pencil

 Textbook Name                                    Author                                                              Copyright

 Sports and Entertainment Marketing               Ken Kaser & Dotty Boen Oelkers                                     2008

 The Dream Team Microsoft Office Sports           Todd Toporski                                                      2009
 Marketing Simulation

 The Teen Entrepreneur: An Integrated             Anthony Masala                                                     2006
 Computer Applications and Entrepreneurship
 Simulation
 Entrepreneurship: Ideas in Action                Cynthia L. Greene                                                  2008




                                                       Course Description

 This course is designed to introduce students to the world of business. The students will learn the different business structures
 such as proprietorships, partnerships, cooperatives, monopolies, and corporations as well as learn the importance of
 management and marketing roles within business. Students will be utilizing computer skills as they relate to business
 operations. Students will also use the internet to complete various projects including advertising methods and researching
 businesses to analyze productions and net worth.




               All curriculum objectives listed are properly aligned with Illinois Learning Standards.
                                     COURSE SYLLABUS
                              Business and Technology Concepts
     UNITS OF STUDY (Focus)                     OBJECTIVES (Knowledge that you want students to achieve)
                                         Students will develop an understanding for and put into practice marketing
                                         skills and methods with an emphasis in sports and marketing.
                                                   Sports and Entertainment Marketing Basics
                                                   Sports and Entertainment Means Business
                                                   The Wide World of Sports and Entertainment
                                                   Customers
                                                   Marketing-Information Management
                                                   The Marketing Game Plan
                                                   The Product is Sports and Entertainment
                                                   Choosing a Channel
                                                   The Economics of Supply and Demand
                                                   Sports and Entertainment Promotion
                                                   Promotional Planning
                                                   Selling Sports and Entertainment
1.    Sports and Entertainment                     Sports and Entertainment Legal Issues
      Marketing
2.    The Dream Team Microsoft Office    Students will develop an understanding for Entrepreneurship.
      Sports Marketing Simulation                 What it takes to be an Entrepreneur
3.    Entrepreneurship
                                                  Entrepreneurs in a Market Economy
4.    The Teen Entrepreneur: An
                                                  Developing a Business Plan
      Integrated Computer Applications
      and Entrepreneurship Simulation             Identifying and Meeting a Market Need
                                                  Marketing Your Business
                                                  Distribution, Promotion and Selling
                                                  Selecting a Type of Ownership
                                                  Locating and Setting Up Your Business
                                                  Planning and Tracking Your Finances
                                                  Operations Management
                                                  Human Resource Management
                                                  Risk Management
                                                  Management for the Future

                                         Students will understand and practice computer skills and programs using:
                                                  Microsoft Word
                                                  Microsoft Excel
                                                  Microsoft Publisher
                                                  Microsoft PowerPoint
                                                  Microsoft Access




           All curriculum objectives listed are properly aligned with Illinois Learning Standards.
                                   COURSE SYLLABUS
                            Business and Technology Concepts
              1st Quarter                                              2nd Quarter
 Sports and Entertainment Marketing                The Dream Team Microsoft Office Sports Marketing
What is Sports and Entertainment Marketing                                Simulation
Sports and Entertainment Means Business             Microsoft Word-Getting Your Team Message Out
The Wide World of Sports and Entertainment                   Team Letterhead
Customers                                                    Team Envelope
Marketing-Information Management                             Letter to the League
The Marketing Game Plan                                      Press Release
The Product is Sports and Entertainment                      Equipment Inventory List
Choosing a Channel                                           Player Personnel Form
The Economics of Supply and Demand                           Player Memo (with Mail Merge)
Sports and Entertainment Promotion                 Microsoft Excel-Calculating Important Team Data
Promotional Planning                                         Team Roster
Selling Sports and Entertainment                             Average Salary
Sports and Entertainment Legal Issues                        Season Schedule
Creating, Owning, and Operating a Business                   Projected Revenue from Ticket Sales
Scoring a Career                                             Top Salaries
                                                   Microsoft Publisher-Marketing Your Dream Team
                                                             Business Card
                                                             VIP Pass
                                                             T-shirt Design
                                                             Magazine Advertisement
                                                             Cereal Box Design
                                                             Three Panel Brochure
                                                             Newsletter
                                                   Microsoft PowerPoint-Promoting Your Dream Team
                                                             Meet the Team
                                                   Microsoft Access-Organizing Team-Related Information
                                                             Fan Database
                                                             Advertiser Database
                                                             Music Database
               3rd Quarter                                               4th Quarter
           Entrepreneurship                         The Teen Entrepreneur: An Integrated Computer
Should You Be An Entrepreneur                         Applications and Entrepreneurship Simulation
Entrepreneurs in a Market Economy                       Choosing Your Teen-based Business
Develop a Business Plan                                 Creating the Company Description
Identify and Meet a Market Need                         Creating a Logo and Tagline
Market Your Business                                    Creating the Description of Products and Services
Distribution, Promotion and Selling                     Creating the Market Analysis
Select a Type of Ownership                              Creating a Business Card
Locate and Set Up Your Business                         Creating Company Letterhead
Plan and Track Your Finances                            Creating the Marketing Plan
Operations Management                                   Creating the Operating Plan
Human Resource Management                               Creating a Schedule of Startup Funds Required
Risk Management                                         Creating a Customer Prospect Database
Management for the Future                               Creating an Introductory Promotional Letter
                                                        Creating a Three-Panel Brochure
                                                        Creating a Newspaper Advertisement
                                                        Creating an Owner’s Resume
                                                        Creating a Projected Income Statement
                                                        Creating a Promotional Slide Show
                                                        Creating the Executive Summary
                                                        Creating the Business Plan Cover Page
                                                        Final Assembly of Your Business Plan

     All curriculum objectives listed are properly aligned with Illinois Learning Standards.
                               COURSE SYLLABUS
                        Business and Technology Concepts
                                STUDENT REQUIREMENTS
Attendance: Your presence in class is very important. If you are not in class for discussions, debates,
films, videos, activities etc. you may miss material that will be included in the tests and thus do a poorer job
than you are capable of doing.
Tardies: Students are expected to be in their assigned seat when the bell rings (failure to do so may result
in a tardy). Please see student handbook in regards to the consequences for being tardy.
      o 1st – Warning
      o 2nd – 1 Morning Detention
      o 3rd – 2 Morning Detentions
      o 4th – 1 Week of Morning Detentions
      o 5th and every tardy after – 1 Saturday Detention
Make-up work: Students who receive absences will have only one day (per day absent) to make up work.
It is the responsibility of the student to get the make-up work from the teacher. Students who receive an
unexcused absence will not be permitted to make up work which was done or completed in class, including
quizzes or tests, and will receive a maximum of 67% in any course work which was assigned during the
absence.
Late work: Assignments are considered late if they are not handed in when I collect the assignment unless
you have an excused absence. Late work still must be turned in for partial credit.
Class Conduct: You are expected to display self-control and good manners in the classroom and comply
with school and classroom rules. If you are unable to conduct yourself in a professional manner, you
will be removed from class, usually resulting in a missed quiz or assignment.
      o Respect your fellow classmates as well as yourself.
      o Only one person should be talking at a time.
      o Keep your hands to yourself and off of other students and their belongings.
      o No food, gum or drink at the computers.
      o Food and drink will be allowed in the classroom but may be taken away if abused (gum privileges
           may also be taken away).
      o Do not abuse or vandalize the classroom, equipment or furniture.
      o Stay in your seat until the bell releases you.
      o Listen to directions and more importantly: Follow them the first time.
      o NO CELL PHONES IN THE CLASSROOM. They should stay out of my sight.
      o You will be notified when MP3 players will be allowed in the classroom.
      o Please refer to the student handbook in regards to the consequences for poor classroom conduct
           as well as other examples of positive classroom behavior.

Hall Passes: Are a privilege not a right. You need to have your planner with you every day.

    o    YOU WILL NOT LEAVE THE ROOM WITH OUT YOUR PLANNER.

Cheating: Will result in a zero for that assignment, quiz, or test and will result in a phone call home. This
includes plagiarism.




  All curriculum objectives listed are properly aligned with Illinois Learning Standards.

								
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