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					Your Name                                            Computer #
Your Address                                        Your Phone #
Your Parent’s Name                        Their Work Phone #
                            Skip a line

Things you like to do…
                             Skip a line
Your GOAL this year…
Your GOAL after graduation…
                       Skip a line OR on the back

In your life, what is special…
WHAT A STUDENT SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MR FISHER:
• WHAT FISHER THINKS ABOUT… DO RIGHT & INFO SHEET
• CLASS CONDUCT RULES / PROCEDURES CONTRACT… SIGNED
• ASSESSMENT / RUBRIC OUTLINE
WHAT A STUDENT SHOULD KNOW ABOUT INSTRUCTION:
• WARM-UPS / NOTES… ie: VOCABULARY
• DAILY ACTIVITIES FOLDER… HARD COPIES* / CD-ROM
• TEST & PROJECTS
• ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIO… PERSONAL DISKETTE
* NOTE: HARD COPIES WILL BE RETURNED IF THEY DO NOT MEET THE RUBRIC FOR MASTERY
                PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT & GENERAL RUBRIC
                 MR. FISHER’S BUSINESS EDUCATION CLASS
SCORING            5 ( 100% )           4 ( 90% )           3 ( 80% )         2 ( 70% )          1 ( 60% )           0
                Each item is well    Each item is       Most items are     Some items are     Most items are     Task not
                organized. All       organized. All     organized. Most    organized.         disjointed.        completed
 PRESENTATION




                work is complete     work is complete   work is complete   Work is            Work is            or turned
                and correct          with a few minor   with several       incomplete with    incomplete with    in as
    OVERALL




                based on task        errors based on    minor errors       several errors     many errors        required.
                directions. The      task directions.   based on task      based on task      based on task      No
                item shows           The item shows     directions. The    directions.        directions.        evidence
                expert               knowledge of the   item shows         Limited            Little evidence    of
                knowledge of the     required skills.   knowledge of       evidence of        of required        required
                required skills.                        required skills.   required skills.   skills.            skills.
                The text is well     The text is        Most text is       Text is limited    Text is not        Task not
                written with         adequately         adequately         with major         accurate with      completed
 INFORMATION




                proper grammar.      written with       written with       grammatical        many errors in     or turned
                All information is   proper grammar.    minor              errors.            grammar. Most      in as
    TEXT &




                accurate and         The information    grammatical        Information is     Information is     required.
                completely           is mostly          errors. Some       missing and not    missing and not    No
                documented.          accurate and       information is     documented.        documented.        evidence
                                     documented.        accurate and                                             of
                                                        some                                                     required
                                                        documented.                                              skills.
                Graphics used        Most graphics      Most graphics      Some graphics      Some graphics      Task not
                enhance and          used enhance and   are appropriate    are appropriate    have relevance     completed
                support text &       support text &     and most support   with minor         with minor or no   or turned
   GRAPHICS




                information.         information.       text &             support of text    support of text    in as
                Style varies and     Most style and     information.       & information.     & information.     required.
                placement is         placement is       Limited in style   Minor or no        Not enough are     No
                appealing and        appealing.         or placement.      style and          used to            evidence
                attractive.                                                placement.         complete the       of
                                                                                              task.              required
                                                                                                                 skills.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. MAKE SURE THE COMPUTER IS ON AND LOG ON
     WINDOW APPEARS
  2. USERNAME: YOUR INTIAL(S) (some middle) AND
     LAST NAME… USE lower CASE LETTERS (NO spaces)
  3. PASSWORD: YOUR STUDENT ID# (on your schedule)
  4. LOG ON TO: THIS SHOULD SAY SEAFORD
  5. PRESS ENTER OR CLICK ON “OK”

 IMPORTANT: STAY ON TASK… THE COMPUTER
 TRACKS WHAT YOU ARE DOING & WHERE YOU GO


 NOTE: LOG OFF WHEN CLASS ENDS!
            THINGS TO DO:
                                                                                                 NOW!
                        COMPUTER LAB

• EXPLORING COMPUTERS:
 Standard: Students will meet established objectives and locate resources in order to solve problems
   utilizing appropriate computer software
 Essential Question: Why is the relationship of hardware components with software applications and
   keyboarding skills important in using computer technology?
 Content: Demonstrate knowledge of the essential components of a computer system


 Task: From the handout provided, students will
  select the three computer categories to explore.
  The three categories are: Computer History –
  Famous People, Computer Terms, and
  Computer Hardware. Each category
  has either a series of questions/terms
  or a puzzle to solve. Students need to
  complete the handout and turn in for a grade.
            THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                     COMPUTER LAB
• CREATE A FOLDER:                     • FORMAT DISK:
  – Click Start, select and click My     – Click Start, select and click My
    Documents                              Computer
  – From My Documents, Right             – From My Computer, Right
    click and select Open                  click and select Open
  – Click on File… from the              – Right click the icon… 3 ½
    dropdown menu, select                  Floppy (A:)
    New…then click FOLDER                – Insert disk in A drive
  – A folder should appear in the        – From the menu, click Format
    documents file called “New…”         – Highlight Full Format, click to
  – Right click the icon…                  start
  – From the dropdown menu,              – When complete, close format
    select Rename…then click               and place in A drive… check
  – Name the folder: KBCNotes              floppy
    and place your name next to          – Place your name on the disk…
    the title…                             use this to save files assigned
  – Use this to save lessons & files       for a rubric grade and your
    assigned as notes.                     portfolio.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
   1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT
   2. LIST 2 THINGS FISHER THINKS ARE IMPORTANT
      IN THE CLASSROOM.
   3. GO TO PAGE 7, COMPLETE SECTION    (PRACTICE)
      AND KEY IN LINES 13 TO 24.
   4. KEEP YOUR HANDS AND FINGERS ON THE HOME
      ROW KEYS.

    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                       COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                     • FILES TO SAVE: Wk #1
  – IDENTIFY:                           – HARDWARE (Test Notes)
        • Hardware
        • Software                      – SOFTWARE (Test Notes)
        • Components
  – OPERATING SYSTEM                    – COMPUTER PARTS (Test Notes)
• KEYBOARDING
                                        – SKILLS REVIEW 1
  SKILLS REVIEW
  –   IDENTIFY HOME KEYS                – SKILLS REVIEW 2
  –   ENTER KEY
  –   WORD WARP                         – NOTE:
  –   ANCHOR            Did you save      Use www.howstuffworks.com to find
  –   SPACE BAR         your work?        information
  –   TIMINGS
     THINGS TO DO:
                                      NOW!
          COMPUTER LAB

• KNOW YOUR HARDWARE:
 1.OPEN A WORD DOCUMENT… KEY THE
   FOLLOWING:
 2.IDENTIFY INPUT DEVICES
 3.IDENTIFY OUTPUT DEVICES
 4.CHECK TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ALL
   EXAMPLES (Clip-Art)
 5.SAVE AS... HARDWARE (Test Notes)
 6.DON’T PRINT
 7.CLOSE
MOUSE           MONITOR

KEYBOARD        PRINTER


        MODEM
                   SPEAKERS
                 MODEM
        THINGS TO DO:
                                             NOW!
             COMPUTER LAB

• KNOW YOUR SOFTWARE:
 1. OPEN A WORD DOCUMENT… KEY THE FOLLOWING:
 2. IDENTIFY MICROSOFT’S PACKAGE… LIST THE
    PROGRAMS AVAILABLE AND WHAT THEY DO
 3. GIVE AN EXAMPLE FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING:
       GRAPHICS
       DATABASE
       COMMUNICATIONS
       WORD PROCESSING
       SPREADSHEET
       DESKTOP PUBLISHING
 4. SAVE AS... SOFTWARE (Test Notes)
 5. DON’T PRINT...
 6. CLOSE
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
   1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT
   2. LIST 4 CLASSROOM PROCEDURES.
   3. GO TO PAGE 10, COMPLETE SECTION   (PRACTICE)
      AND KEY IN LINES 21 TO 28.
   4. KEEP YOUR HANDS AND FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW
      KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
      THINGS TO DO:
                                                 NOW!
             COMPUTER LAB

• KNOW YOUR ASSIGNMENTS:
 1.REVIEW YOUR HOME ROW SKILLS…
 2.OPEN A WORD DOCUMENT… KEY THE FOLLOWING:
    – SKILL REVIEW #1
        – SECTION 1.4, PAGE 14, LINES 1 TO 18
        – SECTION 1.8, PAGE 28, LINES 1 TO 18
    – SKILL REVIEW # 2
        – SECTION 1.12, PAGE 40, LINES 1 TO 18
        – SECTION 1.16, PAGE 52, LINES 1 TO 18
    – PRINT ALL REVIEWS
 3.COMPLETE TEST NOTES: (howstuffworks.com)
    – HARDWARE – SOFTWARE – COMPUTER PARTS
 4.SAVE AS... DON’T PRINT TEST NOTES
      THINGS TO DO:
                                                  NOW!
             COMPUTER LAB

• STEPS TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS:
 1.KNOW THE LESSON ASSIGNED AND USE A NEW
   DOCUMENT FOR EACH EXERCISE.
 2.READ THE DIRECTIONS FOR EACH LESSON.
 3.FOLLOW THE STEPS AS LISTED IN NUMERICAL ORDER
   OR AS DETERMINED BY THE TEACHER IN THE
   DIRECTIONS. (Not all directions are class related.)
 4.USE ALL THE TOOLS REQUIRED (ie. Spell check).
 5.SAVE EACH LESSON BY YOUR NAME & NUMBER/TITLE.
 6.SAVE ALL LESSONS IN YOUR FOLDER FOR FUTURE USE
   AND TO TRANSFER TO YOUR DISK.
 7.SAVE ONLY ON YOUR DISK (Portfolio) WHEN A GRADE
   IS REQUIRED.
 8.PRINT ONLY WHEN DIRECTED BY THE TEACHER.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
   1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT
   2. EXPLAIN WHAT TAMPERING WITH THE COMPUTER
      MEANS.
   3. GO TO PAGE 13, COMPLETE SECTION   (PRACTICE)
      AND KEY IN LINES 21 TO 28.
   4. KEEP YOUR HANDS AND FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW
      KEYS.

    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                       COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                     • FILES TO SAVE: Wk #1
  – IDENTIFY:                           – HARDWARE (Test Notes)
        • Hardware
        • Software                      – SOFTWARE (Test Notes)
        • Components
  – OPERATING SYSTEM                    – COMPUTER PARTS (Test Notes)
• KEYBOARDING
                                        – SKILLS REVIEW 1
  SKILLS REVIEW
  –   IDENTIFY HOME KEYS                – SKILLS REVIEW 2
  –   ENTER KEY
  –   WORD WARP                         – NOTE:
  –   ANCHOR            Did you save      Use www.howstuffworks.com to find
  –   SPACE BAR         your work?        information
  –   TIMINGS
WORD PROCESSING
  COMMUNICATION
  DATABASE
  GRAPHICS
  SPREADSHEET
DESKTOP PUBLISHING
WORD PROCESSING: Document format
Example: MSWord
COMMUNICATION: e-mail… Outlook/AOL
DATABASE: Collection of information…
MSAccess
GRAPHICS: Pictures/Drawings… Clipart
SPREADSHEET: Formula/charts… Excel
DESKTOP PUBLISHING: Newspaper…
MSPublisher
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
   1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT
   2. LIST 4 BASIC SOFTWARE PROGRAMS.
   3. GO TO PAGE 16, COMPLETE SECTION   (PRACTICE)
      AND KEY IN LINES 21 TO 28.
   4. KEEP YOUR HANDS AND FINGERS ON THE HOME
      ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                       COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                     • FILES TO SAVE: Wk #1
  – IDENTIFY:                           – HARDWARE (Test Notes)
        • Hardware
        • Software                      – SOFTWARE (Test Notes)
        • Components
  – OPERATING SYSTEM                    – COMPUTER PARTS (Test Notes)
• KEYBOARDING
                                        – SKILLS REVIEW 1
  SKILLS REVIEW
  –   IDENTIFY HOME KEYS                – SKILLS REVIEW 2
  –   ENTER KEY
  –   WORD WARP                         – NOTE:
  –   ANCHOR            Did you save      Use www.howstuffworks.com to find
  –   SPACE BAR         your work?        information
  –   TIMINGS
      THINGS TO DO:
                                     NOW!
          COMPUTER LAB

• KNOW YOUR COMPUTER:
 1.GO ONLINE TO WWW.HOWSTUFFWORKS.COM
 2.FIND HOW 3-4 COMPUTER PARTS WORK… YOUR
   CHOOSE (Ram, Microprocessor, etc.)
 3.OPEN A WORD DOCUMENT
 4.HIGHLIGHT THE DEFINITION… GO TO EDIT,
   SELECT COPY…
 5.GO TO THE WORD DOCUMENT… GO TO EDIT,
   SELECT PASTE
 6.SAVE AS... COMPUTER PARTS
 7.DON’T PRINT… (TEST NOTES)
 8.CLOSE
            MOTHERBOARD
                          POWER
                          SUPPLY
     RAM
                          HARD DISK
                      ROM DRIVE


                          CPU /
                          MICROPROCESSOR
EXPANSION                          PORTS
CARD
        THINGS TO DO:
                                                    NOW!
               COMPUTER LAB

• WORD PROCESSING GETTING READY:
  1.   ARRANGE YOUR WORK AREA
  2.   GET TO KNOW YOUR EQUIPMENT
  3.   MAKE NEEDED ADJUSTMENTS… SELECT PROGRAM
  4.   TAKE KEYBOARDING POSITION
          FINGERS CURVED AND UPRIGHT
          WRIST LOW BUT NOT TOUCHING FRAME
          FOREARMS PARALLEL TO SLANT OF KEYBOARD
          SIT BACK IN CHAIR… BODY ERECT
          FEET ON THE FLOOR FOR BALANCE
  5.   WARM UP (Home key position…)
  6.   KNOW THE ASSIGNMENT… BEGIN ON TIME
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                       COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                     • FILES TO SAVE: Wk #1
  – IDENTIFY:                           – HARDWARE (Test Notes)
        • Hardware
        • Software                      – SOFTWARE (Test Notes)
        • Components
  – OPERATING SYSTEM                    – COMPUTER PARTS (Test Notes)
• KEYBOARDING
                                        – SKILLS REVIEW 1
  SKILLS REVIEW
  –   IDENTIFY HOME KEYS                – SKILLS REVIEW 2
  –   ENTER KEY
  –   WORD WARP                         – NOTE:
  –   ANCHOR            Did you save      Use www.howstuffworks.com to find
  –   SPACE BAR         your work?        information
  –   TIMINGS
      THINGS TO DO:
                                                         NOW!
             COMPUTER LAB
• SKILLS REVIEW:
  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT
  2. GO TO LESSON 1.4: Page 14-16, Review
    – Complete Section A Thru Section F, Lines 1 to 20
    – Complete each Line ONCE… Separate EACH Section
  3. GO TO LESSON 1.8: Page 28-30, Review
    – Complete Section A Thru Section G, Lines 1 to 26
    – Complete each Line ONCE… Separate EACH Section
  4. SAVE AS... REVIEW 1
  5. PRINT AND TURN IN FOR A GRADE (Rubric 5 or 4)
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
   1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT
   2. LIST 4 COMPUTER PARTS.
   3. GO TO PAGE 19, COMPLETE SECTION   (PRACTICE)
      AND KEY IN LINES 21 TO 28.
   4. KEEP YOUR HANDS AND FINGERS ON THE HOME
      ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                       COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                     • FILES TO SAVE: Wk #1
  – IDENTIFY:                           – HARDWARE (Test Notes)
        • Hardware
        • Software                      – SOFTWARE (Test Notes)
        • Components
  – OPERATING SYSTEM                    – COMPUTER PARTS (Test Notes)
• KEYBOARDING
                                        – SKILLS REVIEW 1
  SKILLS REVIEW
  –   IDENTIFY HOME KEYS                – SKILLS REVIEW 2
  –   ENTER KEY
  –   WORD WARP                         – NOTE:
  –   ANCHOR            Did you save      Use www.howstuffworks.com to find
  –   SPACE BAR         your work?        information
  –   TIMINGS
      THINGS TO DO:
                                                         NOW!
             COMPUTER LAB
• SKILLS REVIEW:
  1.GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT
  2.GO TO LESSON 1.12: Page 40-42, Review
    – Complete Section A Thru Section F, Lines 1 to 20
    – Complete each Line ONCE… Separate EACH Section
  3.GO TO LESSON 1.16: Page 52-54, Review
    – Complete Section A Thru Section E, Lines 1 to 20
    – Complete each Line ONCE… Separate EACH Section
  4.SAVE AS... REVIEW 2
  5.PRINT AND TURN IN FOR A GRADE (Rubric 5 or 4)
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                       COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                     • FILES TO SAVE: Wk #1
  – IDENTIFY:                           – HARDWARE (Test Notes)
        • Hardware
        • Software                      – SOFTWARE (Test Notes)
        • Components
  – OPERATING SYSTEM                    – COMPUTER PARTS (Test Notes)
• KEYBOARDING
                                        – SKILLS REVIEW 1
  SKILLS REVIEW
  –   IDENTIFY HOME KEYS                – SKILLS REVIEW 2
  –   ENTER KEY
  –   WORD WARP                         – NOTE:
  –   ANCHOR            Did you save      Use www.howstuffworks.com to find
  –   SPACE BAR         your work?        information
  –   TIMINGS
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
   1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT
   2. LIST WHAT EACH MICROSOFT SOFTWARE PROGRAM
      IS USED FOR.
   3. GO TO PAGE 23, COMPLETE SECTION
      (PRACTICE) AND KEY IN LINES 25 TO 32.
   4. KEEP YOUR HANDS AND FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW
      KEYS.

    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
Title Bar
Menu Bar
Standard
Toolbar

Formatting
Toolbar



 Workspace




  Status
   Bar
              Word Screen ID Key
1. Title Bar: Shows the name of the document. The three buttons
   on the right side allow you to Minimize, Maximize, or Close the
   Program.
2. Menu Bar: All the commands in the program are found here.
3. Standard Toolbar: Standard commands for documents.
4. Formatting Toolbar: Allows you to change the appearance of
   text.
5. Ruler: Shows you where you are on the page.
6. Workspace: The white area is where you type your document.
7. Scroll Bars: These bars show where you are in the document.
8. Status Bar: This bar tells you what page you are on and where
   your cursor is located. At 1” Ln1 Col 1 means your cursor is at
   the top of the page.
NOTE: To see what an icon represents, place your mouse pointer
  on the icon and wait 2 seconds. A tip should appear that
  explains the button.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  • Business Letters are a formal way to communicate
    with a business or companies.
  • Neatness counts – no errors in spelling or grammar.
  • Organized in a very specific way following exact
    format.
  • “Formal English”, no slang or casual chat.
  • All parts in the letter are “left justified”,   or
    lined up on the left.

  NOTE: SAVE… TEST NOTES!
Business Letter Parts (Block Style Format):
In order from top to bottoms:
• Return address – letter writer’s address.
   First and last name, address, city, state and zip code.
• The date
• Inside address – of recipient (who you are writing the letter
   to) First and last name, title, Company, address, city, state
   and zip code.
• Salutation – If the person is not a friend, write “Dear Mr.
   Smith”. If the person is a friend, you may say “Dear Sally”.
• Body of Letter – this is the purpose of the letter. Should be
   clear and concise, with an introduction, body of information,
   and a conclusion… 3 paragraphs.
• Closing – “sincerely”, or “best regards”, “yours truly”, etc…
• Space for a handwritten signature
• Typed name of writer
                                 (Example of a Business Letter)
Ms. Emily Smith
6999 Main Street (Return Address – of letter writer)
Chicago, IL 88998
January 2, 2000 (Date: month, day, year)
Mr. Sam Jones (Inside Address – recipient’s “formal” name, title, company name, address, city, state, zip)
President KR Toys 3444 Elm Drive
Wichita, KS 66500
Dear Mr. Jones: (Salutation – formal)
This letter is to inform you of a problem I have had with a toy that I purchased at your store. (Body of Letter –
purpose and details)
I purchased a karaoke machine at your store on December 20, 1999. It was to be used
for a New Years Eve party that my family had for some of my friends. That evening,
before the party, we plugged in the machine and set it up. When I first tried to test the
machine, the CD started to play sound, but there were no words on the screen. We
read the directions and tried other CD’s, but the machine never worked.
As you may guess, the party wasn’t the same without a karaoke machine. Therefore, I
wanted to write this letter to let you know what happened, and to ask that you use
brands that are more reliable than the one that I purchased.
Thank you very much for your time.
Sincerely, (Complimentary closing – ex. Sincerely, Regards, Yours truly, From)
 (Signature – 4 full spaces)
Emily Smith (Typed name of letter writer)
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

    1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
    2. GO TO PAGE 27, COMPLETE SECTION
       (PRACTICE) AND KEY IN LINES 24 TO 31.
    3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  • Business Letters are a formal way to communicate
    with a business or companies.
  • Neatness counts – no errors in spelling or grammar.
  • Organized in a very specific way following exact
    format.
  • “Formal English”, no slang or casual chat.
  • All parts in the letter are “left justified”,   or
    lined up on the left.

  NOTE: SAVE… TEST NOTES!
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                           NOW!
                      COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                       • FILES TO SAVE / UNIT 1
 – 3.5 FLOPPY DISK:                        – LESSON 5.1: Page 201-202
      • Care/Use                              • Format a personal letter
 – MS Word:                                – LESSON 5.1: Page 204-205
      • Screen Identification                 • Format a personal letter
      • Format… Business Letters           – LESSON 5.2: Page 208-209
                                              • Format a business letter
                                           – LESSON 5.2: Page 211-212
                                              • Format a business letter
• WRITING SKILLS                           – LESSON 5.2: Page 213-214
 – Letter Process                             • Format a business letter
      • Format                             – Critical Thinking Topic:
                          Did you save
 – Letter Elements        your work?          • Customer Service
      • Parts (8)                          – NOTE 1: read the directions and
 – Grammar                                   follow each step… use your skills…
      • Spell Check                          fingers on the HOME ROW KEYS.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 33, COMPLETE SECTION
     (PRACTICE) AND KEY IN LINES 21 TO 28.
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


  CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                           NOW!
                      COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                       • FILES TO SAVE / UNIT 1
 – 3.5 FLOPPY DISK:                        – LESSON 5.1: Page 201-202
      • Care/Use                              • Format a personal letter
 – MS Word:                                – LESSON 5.1: Page 204-205
      • Screen Identification                 • Format a personal letter
      • Format… Business Letters           – LESSON 5.2: Page 208-209
                                              • Format a business letter
                                           – LESSON 5.2: Page 211-212
                                              • Format a business letter
• WRITING SKILLS                           – LESSON 5.2: Page 213-214
 – Letter Process                             • Format a business letter
      • Format                             – Critical Thinking Topic:
                          Did you save
 – Letter Elements        your work?          • Customer Service
      • Parts (8)                          – NOTE 1: read the directions and
 – Grammar                                   follow each step… use your skills…
      • Spell Check                          fingers on the HOME ROW KEYS.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 30, COMPLETE SECTION
     (PRACTICE) AND KEY IN LINES 27 TO 34.
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


  CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                           NOW!
                      COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                       • FILES TO SAVE / UNIT 1
 – 3.5 FLOPPY DISK:                        – LESSON 5.1: Page 201-202
      • Care/Use                              • Format a personal letter
 – MS Word:                                – LESSON 5.1: Page 204-205
      • Screen Identification                 • Format a personal letter
      • Format… Business Letters           – LESSON 5.2: Page 208-209
                                              • Format a business letter
                                           – LESSON 5.2: Page 211-212
                                              • Format a business letter
• WRITING SKILLS                           – LESSON 5.2: Page 213-214
 – Letter Process                             • Format a business letter
      • Format                             – Critical Thinking Topic:
                          Did you save
 – Letter Elements        your work?          • Customer Service
      • Parts (8)                          – NOTE 1: read the directions and
 – Grammar                                   follow each step… use your skills…
      • Spell Check                          fingers on the HOME ROW KEYS.
            THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                     COMPUTER LAB
• CREATE A FOLDER:                     • FORMAT DISK:
  – Click Start, select and click My     – Click Start, select and click My
    Documents                              Computer
  – From My Documents, Right             – From My Computer, Right
    click and select Open                  click and select Open
  – Click on File… from the              – Right click the icon… 3 ½
    dropdown menu, select                  Floppy (A:)
    New…then click FOLDER                – Insert disk in A drive
  – A folder should appear in the        – From the menu, click Format
    documents file called “New…”         – Highlight Full Format, click to
  – Right click the icon…                  start
  – From the dropdown menu,              – When complete, close format
    select Rename…then click               and place in A drive… check
  – Name the folder: KBCNotes              floppy
    and place your name next to          – Place your name on the disk…
    the title…                             use this to save files assigned
  – Use this to save files assigned        for a rubric grade and your
    as notes.                              portfolio.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 36, COMPLETE SECTION        AND
     KEY IN LINES 21 TO 28
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
            THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                     COMPUTER LAB
• CREATE A FOLDER:                     • FORMAT DISK:
  – Click Start, select and click My     – Click Start, select and click My
    Documents                              Computer
  – From My Documents, Right             – From My Computer, Right
    click and select Open                  click and select Open
  – Click on File… from the              – Right click the icon… 3 ½
    dropdown menu, select                  Floppy (A:)
    New…then click FOLDER                – Insert disk in A drive
  – A folder should appear in the        – From the menu, click Format
    documents file called “New…”         – Highlight Full Format, click to
  – Right click the icon…                  start
  – From the dropdown menu,              – When complete, close format
    select Rename…then click               and place in A drive… check
  – Name the folder: KBCNotes              floppy
    and place your name next to          – Place your name on the disk…
    the title…                             use this to save files assigned
  – Use this to save files assigned        for a rubric grade and your
    as notes.                              portfolio.
             THINGS TO DO:
                                                                             NOW!
                     COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                          • FILES TO SAVE / REPORTS
 – 3.5 FLOPPY DISK:                           – STATUE OF LIBERTY
                             Did you save        • Handout / sample rubric
      • Care/Use             your work?       – STAR SPANGLED BANNER
      • Saving Files                             • Rough draft – 2 pages
      • Moving Files                          – SECTION 6.1: Page 226-229
      • Copying Files                            • Project 1: Format Report
 – From the Menu Bar:                            • Project 2: Copy & Paste
                                                 • Project 3: Replace Text
      • Page Set-up (1” margins)
      • Paragraph-Spacing (Dbl)               – NOTE: Follow the directions and
      • Centering (Title/By Line)               complete each step… use your
                                                skills… fingers on the HOME ROW
      • Header / Footer (Page #)                KEYS.
• KEYBOARDING SKILLS
 – 1 Page Report Format (R3)
 – Multi-Page Report
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 30, COMPLETE SECTION         (12-
     SECOND SPRINTS) AND KEY IN LINES 21 TO 24
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


 CHALLENGE: BE PREPARED TO BE TIMED & GET A GRADE



      NOTE: SAVE TIMING GRADE!
          THINGS TO DO:
                                                                 NOW!
                JOURNAL ACTIVITY
• KEYBOARDING ACTIVITY: THINK OR SINK
 1. OBJECTIVE: Students will compose original documents that
    require critical thinking, using their keyboarding skills.
 2. PROCEDURE: The students will compose a think or sink essay
    from a list of topics.
       Students are expected to complete the activity by thinking.
        Students not doing the activity will find their grade sinking.
       Each essay must be completed on the day assigned, no later then
        the end of the week due to absence.
       Each essay will be graded according to the class rubric.
 3. REQUIREMENTS:
       Essays must be written in the student’s own words with no outside
        assistance (other people, the internet, etc.).
       Minimum of three paragraphs- beginning, body, and closing.
       Essays must be proofread before they will be accepted.
       Essays must be saved on the student’s diskette.
 4. NOTE: Students may come up with their own think or sink topics,
    with teacher permission
                  THINK OR SINK: PICK A TOPIC FOR CRITICAL THINKING...
1.    List ten things your class could do to help the homeless.
2.    Television is now against the law and you must live by the law. List ten things you would do
      instead of watching television.
3.    If you could add one day to every week, what would you name that day? Explain your
      reasoning.
4.    If I walked into your room right now, what would it look like?
5.    You are interviewing your hero but you can only ask them 5 questions. What would you ask?
6.    Describe a recent meal without including the names of any foods and drinks.
7.    A genie has just told you that you can trade places with anyone in the world for an hour.
      Who would you absolutely not want to trade places with? Why?
8.    If you could read your teacher’s mind, what do you think it would say?
9.    You don’t have any money but would like to give your parent a special birthday present. What
      will you do?
10.   If the teacher left you in charge of the class for an entire week, how would you plan your
      week? You will be observed and evaluated just as a teacher.
11.   A new law has been passed raising the driving age to 35 years old, the age group of the
      safest drivers according to the Insurance Association. Write a persuasive speech convincing
      lawmakers that someone younger should be allowed to drive.
12.   Pretend you are a parent talking to your child. Explain ten things that you would want your
      child to know about life.
13.   You are attending the UFO convention. As the keynote speaker, prepare a speech entitled
      “UFO’s-Fact or Fiction.” Write this speech.
14.   If you were the governor of a state that bordered the ocean, what would you do to protect
      the ocean from pollution?
15.   Write an essay regarding a personal topic of concern and provide your solution.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 39, COMPLETE SECTION        AND
     KEY IN LINES 25 TO 32
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
             THINGS TO DO:
                                                                             NOW!
                     COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                          • FILES TO SAVE / REPORTS
 – 3.5 FLOPPY DISK:                           – STATUE OF LIBERTY
                             Did you save        • Handout / sample rubric
      • Care/Use             your work?       – STAR SPANGLED BANNER
      • Saving Files                             • Rough draft – 2 pages
      • Moving Files                          – SECTION 6.1: Page 226-229
      • Copying Files                            • Project 1: Format Report
 – From the Menu Bar:                            • Project 2: Copy & Paste
                                                 • Project 3: Replace Text
      • Page Set-up (1” margins)
      • Paragraph-Spacing (Dbl)               – NOTE: Follow the directions and
      • Centering (Title/By Line)               complete each step… use your
                                                skills… fingers on the HOME ROW
      • Header / Footer (Page #)                KEYS.
• KEYBOARDING SKILLS
 – 1 Page Report Format (R3)
 – Multi-Page Report
            THINGS TO DO:
                                                                 NOW!
                    COMPUTER LAB
• CREATE A FOLDER:                    • FORMAT DISK:
  – From Desktop, click My              – From Desktop, click My
    Documents                             Computer
  – From My Documents, left click       – From My Computer, right click
    the menu… FILE
                                          the icon… 3 ½ Floppy (A:)
  – From the dropdown menu,
    select New…then click FOLDER        – Insert disk in A drive
  – A folder should appear in the       – From the menu, click Format
    documents file called “New…”        – Highlight Full Format, click to
  – Right click the icon…                 start
  – From the dropdown menu,             – When complete, close format
    select Rename…then click              and place in A drive… check
  – Name the folder: KBCNotes             floppy
    and place your name next to         – Place your name on the disk…
    the title…
                                          use this to save files assigned
  – Use this to save files assigned       for a rubric grade and your
    as notes.
                                          portfolio.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 45, COMPLETE SECTION        AND
     KEY IN LINES 21 TO 28
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
    GLENCOE – GCAK Classes
• Go to start, click on All      • Go to Research Files, Complete
  Programs… select Glencoe,        TIMING lessons – minimum 2
  click on GCAK.                    –   LITERATURE Blue Files
• LOG ON & use your initials        –   MATHEMATICS Blue Files
  and the class period              –   SCIENCE Blue Files
  (example: Joe Bagadonuts          –   SOCIAL STUDIES Blue Files
  Password – jb3c)                  –   TECHNOLOGY Blue Files
• Click on the front doors to    • Type each file once and click
  enter the site.                  continue to view your score and
• Select Research Files on the     to move to the next file category.
  right, click to open.          • Go to the Assignment Desk,
• Select a File                    click… then click on the FAX…
                                   select Activity Type, print a
• When finished… PRINT a           report
  report
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                       NOW!
                        COMPUTER LAB
• Glencoe GCAK:                               • RESEARCH LESSONS
  – Warm-Up: Log in                             –   LITERATURE
       • Go to the Studio                       –   MATHEMATICS
       • Select GET THE SCOOP
                                                –   SCIENCE
       • Complete 1 “scoop” then EXIT
       • Go to the Assignment Desk, click       –   SOCIAL STUDIES
         on the (green) Book                    –   TECHNOLOGY
       • Key in your story… place your
         name at the top… have an             • Set the TIMER… click ON
         Intro/Body of Info/Conclusion… 3
         paragraphs… Print & turn in          • Type each file once and click
  – Start the Lesson: Research                  continue to view your score
    Lessons                                     and to move to the next file
       • Complete the file color designated     category.
       • 2 to 4 LESSONS must be
         completed                            • Go to the Assignment Desk,
       • Print a Report                         click… then click on the
                                                FAX… select Activity Type,
                                                print a report.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO GLENCOE AND LOG-ON (Initials/Period).
  2. GO TO THE GLENCOE STUDIO AND SELECT GET THE
     SCOOP… COMPLETE 1 “SCOOP” THEN EXIT…
  3. GO TO THE ASSIGNMENT DESK, CLICK ON THE
     (GREEN) BOOK AND KEY IN WHAT TOOK PLACE.
  4. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.

  CHALLENGE: 3 PARAGRAPHS… ORGANIZE THOUGHTS




  NOTE: PRINT… SAVES AUTOMATICALLY !
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 48, COMPLETE SECTION        AND
     KEY IN LINES 23 TO 30
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
              THINGS TO DO:
                                                                       NOW!
                        COMPUTER LAB
• Glencoe GCAK:                               • RESEARCH LESSONS
  – Warm-Up: Log in                             –   LITERATURE
       • Go to the Studio                       –   MATHEMATICS
       • Select GET THE SCOOP
                                                –   SCIENCE
       • Complete 1 “scoop” then EXIT
       • Go to the Assignment Desk, click       –   SOCIAL STUDIES
         on the (green) Book                    –   TECHNOLOGY
       • Key in your story… place your
         name at the top… have an             • Set the TIMER… click ON
         Intro/Body of Info/Conclusion… 3
         paragraphs… Print & turn in          • Type each file once and click
  – Start the Lesson: Research                  continue to view your score
    Lessons                                     and to move to the next file
       • Complete the file color designated     category.
       • 2 to 4 LESSONS must be
         completed                            • Go to the Assignment Desk,
       • Print a Report                         click… then click on the
                                                FAX… select Activity Type,
                                                print a report.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 51, COMPLETE SECTION        AND
     KEY IN LINES 23 TO 30
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
             THINGS TO DO:
                                                                  NOW!
                     COMPUTER LAB

•   COMMON TOOLS FOR WORD - DESKTOP PUBLISHING:
    1.   OPEN A WORD DOCUMENT
    2.   GO TO VIEW AND SELECT TOOLBARS… CLICK ON DRAWING
    3.   GO TO PAGE 278 – 279, SELECT A PROJECT (1 or 2) AND CREATE A
         TITLE PAGE OR CREATE ONE FOR YOUR FAVORITE CLASS, AN
         ASSIGNMENT, ETC.
    4.   FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS IN RED
    5.   USE THE FOLLOWING TOOLS:
          – WORD ART
          – CLIP ART
          – TEXT BOX
          – PAGE BORDERS
          – DRAWING TOOLS… LINE STYLE, FILL COLORS, ETC.
    6.   BE CREATIVE… USE AS MANY OF THE TOOLS AS POSSIBLE
    7.   SAVE AS TITLE PAGE… PRINT FOR A GRADE.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 54, COMPLETE SECTION        AND
     KEY IN LINES 21 TO 28
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
               THINGS TO DO:
                                                                        NOW!
                           COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                          • FILES TO SAVE / UNIT 1
 – Form the Menu Bar:                         – TITLE PAGE: Page 278-279,
      • Page Set-up                           – GROUP OBJECTS: Page 284
      • Outline View                          – PROJECT-WORD SAMPLE
      • Send To                                  • Handout
 – Academic Report Format (MLA)               – PROJECT-POWERPOINT
                                                SAMPLE
      • Header/Footer
                                                 • Handout
      • Journal Activity
                                              – NOTES: Compare Word /
 – File Management
                                                PowerPoint (test)
• PROJECTS & TEST                             – SCOOP: Composing at the
 – Projects: (Floppy)                           Keyboard… key question with a
      •   Character/Text Box                    complete sentence for an answer…
      •   Flyer-MS Word                         fingers on the HOME ROW KEYS.
      •   Flyer-MS PowerPoint
      •   Integration: Word to PowerPoint
 – Test… Unit 1 and Comparing
   Word/PowerPoint
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 63, SKILLBUILDING,
     COMPLETE SECTION                 AND KEY
     IN LINES 8 TO 15 & 20 TO 24
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.

  CHALLENGE: CONCENTRATE ON TECHNIQUE !

    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
DO THIS NOW...USE MSWORD, OPEN A DOCUMENT...
 1. DEVELOP A FLYER (ADVERTISEMENT) TO ATTEND AN
    EVENT… A CELEBRATION, ETC
 2. LIST AT LEAST 4 ELEMENTS: WHAT, WHEN, WHERE,
    AND HOW MUCH… ALSO ANY OTHER INFORMATION
    NEEDED TO ENHANCE THE MESSAGE
 3. USE TWO DIFFERENT FONTS, CHANGE FONT SIZE,
    CHANGE FONT COLOR, ETC
 4. USE WORD ART & CLIP ART… GRAPHICS ARE
    IMPORTANT
 5. USE DRAWING TOOLS… AUTO SHAPES, CALL OUTS
 6. TRY OTHER ENHANCEMENTS… GO TO FORMAT MENU
 7. DO NOT PRINT UNTIL DIRECTED
 8. SAVE AS: USE YOUR NAME-WORD SAMPLE
               THINGS TO DO:
                                                                              NOW!
                           COMPUTER LAB
• COMPUTER BASICS:                          • FILES TO SAVE / UNIT 1
 – Form the Menu Bar:                         – LESSON 1.16: Page 52-55, Review
      • Page Set-up                              • Glencoe/GCAK Station Assignments
      • Outline View                          – LESSON 1.17: Page 56-58
      • Send To                                  • ?, Caps Lock
 – Academic Report Format (MLA)               – LESSON 1.18: Page 59-61
                                                 • Keys: Hyphen, Underscore
      • Header/Footer
                                              – LESSON 1.19: Page 62-64
      • Journal Activity
                                                 • Skill Building
 – File Management                            – LESSON 1.20: Page 65-68
• PROJECTS & TEST                                • Skill Building
 – Projects: (Floppy)                         – NOTE 1: Warm-up lessons are the
                                                previous lesson’s PRACTICE
      •   Character/Text Box
                                              – NOTE 2: Composing at the
      •   Flyer-MS Word                         Keyboard… key question with a
      •   Flyer-MS PowerPoint                   complete sentence for an answer…
      •   Integration: Word to PowerPoint       fingers on the HOME ROW KEYS.
 – Test… Unit 1 and Comparing
   Word/PowerPoint
        Comparing Differences:
         Word & PowerPoint
•Word                          •PowerPoint
 – Document Format              – Presentation Format
 – Default (Pre-Set) Margins    – Default Title Slide Layout
 – Page Set-Up (Portrait)       – Page Set-Up (Landscape)
 – Default Font (Times New      – Default Font (Arial-24)
   Roman-12)                    – Menu Bar (Slide Show)
 – Menu Bar (Table)             – Menu Bar (View)
 – Menu Bar (View)              – Slide Design
 – Text Wrapping (Graphics)     – Slide Layout –Text/Content
 – Web Design Use               – Animation/Slide Transition
 – Other                        – Other
DO THIS NOW...USE POWERPOINT, OPEN A SLIDE...
  1. DEVELOP A FLYER (ADVERTISEMENT) TO ATTEND AN
     EVENT… A CELEBRATION, ETC
  2. LIST AT LEAST 4 ELEMENTS: WHAT, WHEN, WHERE,
     AND HOW MUCH… ALSO ANY OTHER INFORMATION
     NEEDED TO ENHANCE THE MESSAGE
  3. USE TWO DIFFERENT FONTS, CHANGE FONT SIZE,
     CHANGE FONT COLOR, ETC
  4. USE WORD ART & CLIP ART… GRAPHICS ARE
     IMPORTANT
  5. USE DRAWING TOOLS… AUTO SHAPES, CALL OUTS
  6. TRY OTHER ENHANCEMENTS… GO TO FORMAT MENU
     AND SLIDE SHOW
  7. DO NOT PRINT UNTIL DIRECTED
  8. SAVE AS: USE YOUR NAME-PPT SAMPLE
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 64, SKILLBUILDING,
     COMPLETE SECTION          AND KEY LINES
     25 TO 28… GET READY FOR A TIMING!
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


  CHALLENGE: CONCENTRATE ON TECHNIQUE !


    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
             THINGS TO DO:
                                                            NOW!
                     COMPUTER LAB

•   COMMON TOOLS FOR POWERPOINT:
    1. OPEN A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION SLIDE
    2. GO TO FORMAT AND SELECT A SLIDE LAYOUT
    3. GO TO FORMAT AND SELECT A SLIDE DESIGN
    4. PICK YOUR FAVORITE CLASS (or thing to do) & DESCRIBE
       SOMETHING ABOUT IT… USE 3 TO 5 STATEMENTS
    5. USE THE FOLLOWING TOOLS:
         –   WORD ART
         –   CLIP ART
         –   TEXT BOX
         –   AUTO-SHAPES
         –   DRAWING TOOLS… LINE STYLE, FILL COLORS, ETC.
    6. BE CREATIVE… USE AS MANY TOOLS AS POSSIBLE
    7. SAVE AS FAVORITE… PRINT FOR A GRADE.
DO THIS NOW...USE POWERPOINT, OPEN A SLIDE...
  1. DEVELOP A SLIDE PRESENTATION ON ONE OF THE
     FOLLOWING TOPICS:
     • How to do (something of interest)
     • A school topic of interest, or
     • A short story about your life (can be fictitious)
  2. USE A MINIMUM OF 3 SLIDES… INTRO, BODY,
     CONCLUSION
  3. USE 2 SLIDE SHOW TOOLS
  4. TRY OTHER ENHANCEMENTS… GO TO FORMAT MENU
     AND SLIDE SHOW
  5. DO NOT PRINT UNTIL DIRECTED
  6. SAVE AS: USE YOUR NAME-PPT INTEREST
         NAME:              PERIOD:

            COMPARISON:                   DID YOU DO
             WORD vs. POWER POINT
                                          YOUR WORK?
          LIST 3 ELEMENTS & COMPLETE
               THE VENN DIAGRAM
 MICROSOFT WORD             POWERPOINT
1. _______________          1. ______________
2. _______________          2. ______________
3. _______________          3. ______________
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...

  1. GO TO GLENCOE AND LOG-ON (Initials/Period).
  2. GO TO THE GLENCOE STUDIO AND SELECT GET THE
     SCOOP… COMPLETE 1 “SCOOP” THEN EXIT…
  3. GO TO THE ASSIGNMENT DESK, CLICK ON THE
     (GREEN) BOOK AND KEY IN WHAT TOOK PLACE.
  4. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.

  CHALLENGE: 3 PARAGRAPHS… ORGANIZE THOUGHTS




  NOTE: PRINT… SAVES AUTOMATICALLY !
   GLENCOE – GCAK Classes
• Go to Glencoe, click on GCAK and LOG ON. Use your initials
  and the class period. Click on the front doors to enter the site.
• Select Research on the right, click to open.
• Go to the Research Files, Select 3 lessons in the following color
  for each category:
   –   LITERATURE Red Files
   –   MATHEMATICS Red Files
   –   SCIENCE Red Files
   –   SOCIAL STUDIES Red Files
   –   TECHNOLOGY Red Files
• Set the TIMER… click ON
• Type each file once and click continue to view your score and to
  move to the next file category.
• Go to the Assignment Desk, click… then click on the FAX…
  select Activity Type, print a report.
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 61, 1 MINUTE TIMING,
     COMPLETE SECTION          AND KEY LINES
     32 TO 34… GET READY FOR A TIMING!
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


  CHALLENGE: CONCENTRATE ON TECHNIQUE !


    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
   GLENCOE – GCAK Classes
• Go to Glencoe, click on GCAK and LOG ON. Use your initials
  and the class period. Click on the front doors to enter the site.
• Select Research on the right, click to open.
• Go to the Research Files, Select 3 lessons in the following
  color for each category:
   –   LITERATURE Yellow Files
   –   MATHEMATICS Yellow Files
   –   SCIENCE Yellow Files
   –   SOCIAL STUDIES Yellow Files
   –   TECHNOLOGY Yellow Files
• Set the TIMER… click ON
• Type each file once and click continue to view your score and
  to move to the next file category.
• Go to the Assignment Desk, click… then click on the FAX…
  select Activity Type, print a report.
              KBC Schedule
 B-Day      A-Day     Lesson 1.         Assignment          
Wed-3/8   Thur-3/9    #14-pg. 46     Project 1-Character    
Fri-3/10  Mon-3/13    #15-pg. 49     Statue of Liberty      
Tue-3/14  Wed-3/15    #17-pg. 56     Project 2- Event       
Thur-3/16 Fri-3/17    DSTP           Project 1 or 2         
Mon-3/20  Tue-3/21    DSTP           Project 1 or 2         
Wed-3/22  Thur-3/23   DSTP           Glencoe Reviews        
The 3rd   Marking    Period Ends    Print Glencoe Report   
Fri-3/24  Mon-3/27    #18-pg. 59     PowerPoint Notes       
Tue-3/28 Wed-3/29     PowerPoint     Project 3- Event       
Thur-3/30 Fri-3/31    Test / Chart   MSWord/PowerPoint      
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
  1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
  2. GO TO PAGE 61, 1 MINUTE TIMING,
     COMPLETE SECTION          AND KEY LINES
     42 TO 44… GET READY FOR A TIMING!
  3. KEEP YOUR FINGERS ON THE HOME ROW KEYS.


  CHALLENGE: CONCENTRATE ON TECHNIQUE !


    NOTE: PRINT… DO NOT SAVE !
                   FILE MANAGEMENT:
                                                                      DO YOU KNOW
                                                                      YOUR STUFF ?



        KEYBOARDING & SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
LESSONS COMPLETED & SAVED          1pt        EXPLAIN IN WRITING:
 LESSON 1.1: Keys: A, S, D, F, J, K, L,
  Semicolon; space bar; enter / return        • BASIC HARDWARE / SOFTWARE
 LESSON 1.2: Keys: H, E, O
                                                 TERMS
 LESSON 1.3: Keys: M, R, I                   • HOME ROW KEYS
 LESSON 1.4: REVIEW / GLENCOE                • USING ANCHOR KEYS
 LESSON 1.5: Keys: T, N, C                   • OPENING A FILE
 LESSON 1.6: Keys: V, Right Shift, Period,   • SAVING A FILE
  & Keying Rate
                                              • WORD WRAP
 LESSON 1.7: Keys: W, Comma, G
 LESSON 1.8: REVIEW / GLENCOE                • RETURN / ENTER KEY
 LESSON 1.9: Keys: B, U, Left Shift          • FINGER STROKES & CHARACTERS
 LESSON 1.10: Keys: Q, Slash                 • COUNTING ERRORS
 LESSON 1.11: Apostrophe, Quotation          • CALCULATING W-A-M
  Marks                                       • MENU BAR
 LESSON 1.12: REVIEW / GLENCOE
 LESSON 1.13: Keys: P & X
                                              • STANDARD TOOL BAR
 LESSON 1.14: Keys: Y & Tab                  • FORMATTING BAR
 LESSON 1.15: Keys: Z & Colon                • CENTERING
 LESSON 1.16: REVIEW / GLENCOE               • DOUBLE SPACE
 LESSON 1.17: Keys: Question Mark, Caps      • USING WORD ART & CLIP ART
  Lock
                                              • USING HEADER/FOOTER
 LESSON 1.18: Keys: Hyphen, Underscore
 LESSON 1.19: Keys: Skill Building           • PAGE SET-UP
 LESSON 1.20: Keys: Skill Building           • MLA FORMAT
             THINGS TO DO:
                                                                         NOW!
                      COMPUTER LAB

• VOCABULARY:                         • FILES TO SAVE / UNIT 2
 – Add definitions to your glossary     – LESSON 6: Page 12-14
   file…                                   • Keys: V, Right Shift, Period, & Keying
                                             Rate using speed scales
 – FORMAT                               – LESSON 7: Page 15-17
 – FORMATTING                              • Keys: W, Comma, G, & Counting
 – FUNCTION KEY                              errors
 – GWAM                                 – LESSON 8: Page 17-19
                                           • Keys: B, U, Left Shift
 – HARDWARE
                                        – LESSON 9: Page 19-21
• Lesson Procedures…to                     • Keys: Q, Slash
                                        – LESSON 10: Page 21-23, REVIEW
  do                                    – NOTE: read the directions and
 – COMPLETE WARM-UP                       follow each step… use your skills.
                                                                  Did you save
                                                                       your work?
 – COMPLETE EACH RED LETTER
   SECTION… KEY TWICE OR AS
   DIRECTED
           THINGS TO DO:
                                                                   NOW!
                   COMPUTER LAB
• VOCABULARY:                     • FILES TO SAVE / UNIT 3
 – REVIEW FROM ACCURACY TO          – LESSON 11: Page 23-25
   HARDWARE (20 TERMS) FOR TEST
                                       • Keys: P, & X
• SPEED / ERRORS:                   – LESSON 12: Page 25-27
 – COMPLETE WARM-UP PRACTICE           • Keys: Y, & Hyphen
 – CALCULATE W-A-M & # ERRORS       – LESSON 13: Page 27-29
 – KNOW THE RULES FOR                  • Keys: Z, & Colon
   CALCULATING YOUR ERRORS AND      – LESSON 14: Page 29-31
   SPEED FOR THE QUIZ
                                       • Keys: Question Mark, Caps Lock
• TEST TOPICS:                      – LESSON 15: Page 31-33
 – FINGER STROKES & CHARACTERS         • REVIEW & TIME TEST
 – DISPLAY ELEMENTS                 – NOTE: read the directions and
                                      follow each step… use your skills.
• FILE MANAGEMENT                   – NOTE: always complete RED
                                      highlighted letters… SAVE
• JOURNAL ACTIVITY
DO THIS NOW... USE YOUR CURRENT SKILLS...
    1. GO TO MSWORD AND OPEN A NEW DOCUMENT.
    2. LIST THE 4 BASIC SOFTWARE PROGRAMS.
    3. LIST WHAT EACH MICROSOFT SOFTWARE
       PROGRAM IS USED FOR.
    4. WHAT DOES FISHER EXPECT?
    5. KEEP YOUR HANDS AND FINGERS ON THE HOME
       ROW KEYS.

    CHALLENGE: KEEP PROPER POSTURE AT ALL TIME



           NOTE: DO NOT SAVE !
     THINGS TO DO:
                                            NOW!
           COMPUTER LAB

• REVIEW YOUR KEYBOARDING SKILLS:
  1.OPEN A WORD DOCUMENT
  2.USE THE DRILLS WORKSHEETS
  3.PRINT THE ALPHABETIC SENTENCES AND SPEED
    SENTENCES… CENTER YOUR NAME ON YOUR WORK
  4.SAVE THE 2ND WORKSHEET IN YOUR FOLDER…
    THIS WILL RECEIVE A GRADE AFTER IT IS
    COMPLETED… CHECK WITH MR FISHER
  5.BE PREPARED FOR A TIME TEST… 30 SECOND, 1
    MINUTE, AND 2 MINUTE TIMINGS
  6.COMPLETE PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES (UNIT6&8)
  7.SAVE PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES IN YOUR FOLDER
    AND PRINT 6A AND 8A FOR A GRADE.
     THINGS TO DO:
                                            NOW!
           COMPUTER LAB

• REVIEW YOUR KEYBOARDING SKILLS:
  1.OPEN A WORD DOCUMENT
  2.USE THE DRILLS WORKSHEETS
  3.PRINT THE ALPHABETIC SENTENCES AND SPEED
    SENTENCES… CENTER YOUR NAME ON YOUR WORK
  4.SAVE THE 2ND WORKSHEET IN YOUR FOLDER…
    THIS WILL RECEIVE A GRADE AFTER IT IS
    COMPLETED… CHECK WITH MR FISHER
  5.BE PREPARED FOR A TIME TEST… 30 SECOND, 1
    MINUTE, AND 2 MINUTE TIMINGS
  6.COMPLETE PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES (UNIT6&8)
  7.SAVE PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES IN YOUR FOLDER
    AND PRINT 6A AND 8A FOR A GRADE.