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									CIW Internet Business Foundations Part I                                                                            WVEIS 1798

CIW Foundations is a two part-course series that teaches the essential, hands-on skills and knowledge that Internet
professionals are expected to understand. The CIW Foundations series of courses prepares students to take the CIW
Foundations certification exam upon successful completion of both parts. The first part, Internet Business Foundations,
prepares students to work effectively in today’s business environment and teaches essential networking technologies and
skills, including TCP/IP, stable network creation, wireless networking and network troubleshooting. Students are
encouraged to become active members of the student organizations FBLA or Skills USA. The West Virginia Standards for
21st Century Learning include the following components: 21 st Century Content Standards and 21 st Century Learning Skills
and Technology Tools. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills,
technology tools, and content standards and objectives.

Grade 11-12           CIW Internet Business Foundations Part I
Standard: 1           Job Roles in Information Technology (IT)
BE.S.CIWF1.1           Students will identify job roles in the Information Technology (IT) industry, including the responsi bilities,
                       tasks and skills they require.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.1.1        distinguish between individual job roles within the IT industry and the IT profession as a whole.
BE.O.CIWF1.1.2        identify responsibilities, tasks and skills of a Web site designer.
BE.O.CIWF1.1.3        distinguish between a Web architect and a Web application developer.
BE.O.CIWF1.1.4        identify responsibilities, tasks and skills of a Web site analyst, manager, administrator, network
                      engineer, pc repair technician, security manager and help desk technician.
BE.O.CIWF1.1.5          identify and explore career opportunities in the IT industry that relate to personal career goals.
BE.O.CIWF1.1.6        conduct job searches.
BE.O.CIWF1.1.7        use Internet technology to obtain employment.
BE.O.CIWF1.1.8        create a résumé and place it in an appropriate file format (e.g., ASCII, HTML, RTF, PDF).
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.1)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of        fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the            knowledge and skills that meet the          characterized by errors and/or
standard in exploring job roles in the          standard in exploring job roles in the      omissions in exploring job roles in the
information technology industry. The            information technology industry. The        information technology industry. The
student can evaluate various sources to         student can analyze various sources of student can identify various sources of
assess job roles; select a suitable job role obtaining IT job roles. Application of         obtaining job role information.
that supports their strengths; and can          knowledge and skills is thorough and        Performance needs further
discriminate between job roles. The             effective and the student can work          development and supervision.
student can independently solve problems independently.
and is self-directed.
Standard: 2            Infrastructure Requirements to Access the Internet
BE.S.CIWF1.2           Students will identify the infrastructure required to access the Internet, including hardware and software
                       components.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.2.1         distinguish between a client and a server.
BE.O.CIWF1.2.2         explain Internet history and define current protocols, including IPv4, IPv6, and related protocols.
BE.O.CIWF1.2.3         identify the infrastructure needed to support an Internet client, including TCP/IP stack software,
                       operating system, network connection, Web browser, e-mail, hardware platform (PC, handheld device,
                       WebTV, and Internet phone).
BE.O.CIWF1.2.4         identify hardware and software connection devices and their uses, including various types of modems
                       such as analog, ISDN, DSL/ADSL, and cable.
BE.O.CIWF1.2.5         connect systems to the Internet and other networks using basic cable/ADSL and wireless equipment.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.2)
               Above Mastery                                     Mastery                                 Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of        fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the            knowledge and skills that meet the          characterized by errors and/or
standard in understanding the                   standard in the infrastructure              omissions in listing and describing the
infrastructure requirements needed to           requirements needed to access the           infrastructure requirements needed to
access the internet. The student can            internet. The student can analyze the       access the Internet. The student can
recommend the software and hardware,            software and hardware needed to             distinguish between hardware and
needed to access the internet. The              access the internet. Application of         software and discuss the differences
student can independently solve problems knowledge and skills is thorough and               between the two. Performance needs
and is self-directed.                           effective and the student can work          further development and supervision.
                                                independently.
Standard: 3            Internet Communication Protocols and their Roles.
BE.S.CIWF1.3            Students will:
                            define important Internet communications protocols and their roles in delivering basic Internet
                               services.
                               demonstrate knowledge of basic data communications components, and demonstrate technical
                               knowledge of the Internet.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.3.1         define the purpose of remote access protocols, including: Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), and Point-to-
                       Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE).
BE.O.CIWF1.3.2         identify various types of Internet bandwidth tec hnologies (link types), including: T and E carriers,
                       fractional T and E lines, common DSL/ADSL, and cable speeds.
BE.O.CIWF1.3.3         map protocols to specific business services (e.g., SMTP, IMAP and POP3 to e -mail; HTTP and HTTPS
                       to Web browsers; FTP to file transfer; NNTP to news servers).
BE.O.CIWF1.3.4         define basic data and telephony network concepts, including: convergence, Voice over IP (VoIP),
                       AC/DC requirements for telephony and data equipment.
BE.O.CIWF1.3.5         identify power requirements for interna tional travel.
BE.O.CIWF1.3.6         identify basic network topologies (e.g., ring, mesh).
BE.O.CIWF1.3.7         define the Open Systems Interconnection reference model (OSI/RM) in terms of packet creation.
BE.O.CIWF1.3.8         define the nature, purpose and operation essentials of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
                       (TCP/IP).
BE.O.CIWF1.3.9         define local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN).
BE.O.CIWF1.3.10        identify the core components of the current Internet infrastructure and how they relate to each other,
                       including: routers, network access points (NAPs), and backbone networks.
BE.O.CIWF1.3.11        identify the components of a Network Operations Center (NOC).
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.3)
               Above Mastery                                    Mastery                                 Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of       fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the          characterized by errors and/or
standard in defining Internet                  standard in defining Internet               omissions in defining Internet
communication protocols and their roles.       communication protocols and their           communication protocols and their
The student can assess the various             roles. The student can classify the         roles. The student can list and
communication protocols and decide             various communication protocols and         summarize communication protocols
which business services are needed. The discover which business services are               used needed to access the internet.
student can independently solve problems needed. Application of knowledge and              Performance needs further
and is self-directed.                          skills is thorough and effective and the    development and supervision.
                                               student can work independently.
Standard: 4            Domain Name System (DNS)
BE.S.CIW1F.4          Students will identify the basic principles of the Domain Name System (DNS).
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.4.1        define the purpose of the Domain Name System (DNS).
BE.O.CIWF1.4.2        recognize Internet domain names, including: top-level or original domains (edu, com, net, gov, org),
                      country-level domains (e.g., uk, ch, tv) and newer domains (e.g., biz, info).
BE.O.CIWF1.4.3        describe the hierarchical structure of DNS.
BE.O.CIWF1.4.4        identify basic domain name server roles.
BE.O.CIWF1.4.5        describe Internet addresses.
BE.O.CIWF1.4.6        define shared domains.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.4)
              Above Mastery                                     Mastery                             Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent       The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows     inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of    fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the       characterized by errors and/or
standard in evaluating the domain name         standard in evaluating the domain        omissions in evaluating the domain
system. The student can assess the             name system. The student can             name system. The student can
various DNS servers and determine which examine the various DNS servers and             describe the various DNS servers and
ones are being used on any particular          determine which ones are being used      determine which ones are being used
web site. The student can independently        on any particular web site. Application  on any particular web site.
solve problems and is self-directed.           of knowledge and skills is thorough and Performance needs further
                                               effective and the student can work       development and supervision.
                                               independently.
Standard: 5           Identify the Functions of Web Browsers
BE.S.CIWF1.5           Students will:
                            identify the functions of Web browsers, and
                            use them to access the World Wide Web and other computer resources.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.5.1        describe a URL/URI, its functions and components, and the different types of URLs (relative and
                      absolute).
BE.O.CIWF1.5.2        identify ways a URL/URI can specify the type of server/service, including: protocol, address,
                      authentication information.
BE.O.CIWF1.5.3        navigate between and within Web sites.
BE.O.CIWF.5.4         use multiple browser windows.
BE.O.CIWF1.5.5        identify ways to stop unwanted pop-up and pop-under windows in a browser, ways to avoid activating
                       them, and unintended effects of automatically blocking them.
BE.O.CIWF1.5.6         define the function of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), Transport Layer Security (TLS) and other encryption
                       methods in securing communication for various protocols (e.g., FTP/FTPS, HTTP/HTTPS,
                       IMAP/IMAPS, and POP3/POP3S).
BE.O.CIWF1.5.7         install and use common Web browsers (e.g., Netscape/Mozilla, Microsoft Internet Explorer).
BE.O.CIWF1.5.8         download and store files using a Web browser.
BE.O.CIWF1.5.9         distinguish among the following from a business standpoint: intranet, extranet, and Internet.
BE.O.CIWF.5.10         use common Web browser software features and various clients (e.g., FTP, Telnet, e-mail) within a
                       given context and identify when to use each, and recognize basic commands (e.g., FTP put and get).
BE.O.CIWF.5.11         install and upgrade common plug-ins, add-ons and viewers (e.g., Adobe Acrobat, Macromedia Flash
                       and Shockwave, RealNetworks RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, Apple QuickTime) and identify their
                       common file name extensions.
BE.O.CIWF1.5.12        use document and multimedia file formats, including: PDF, RTF, PostScript (PS), AVI, MPEG, MP3,
                       Ogg Vorbis and convert between file formats when appropriate.
BE.O.CIWF1.5.13        research business uses of the Web and Web clients, including Webinars and Web conferencing.
BE.O.CIWF1.5.14        outline benefits and drawbacks of using alternative browsers.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.5)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                              Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of     fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the        characterized by errors and/or
standard in identifying the functions of       standard in identifying the functions of  omissions in identifying the functions of
Web Browsers. The student can                  Web Browsers. The student can             Web Browsers. The student can list the
discriminate between the various web           distinguish between the various web       various web browsers and decide
browsers and decide which ones will work browsers and decide which ones will             which ones will work the best.
the best. The student can independently        work the best. Application of knowledge Performance needs further
solve problems and is self-directed.           and skills is thorough and effective and development and supervision.
                                               the student can work independently.
Standard: 6            Understanding E-mail Clients
BE.S.CIWF1.6            Students will use e-mail clients to send simple messages and files to other Internet users.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.6.1        configure an e-mail client to send and receive e-mail, including: SMTP, POP3, IMAP, Web-based e-mail
                      support.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.2        distinguish between MIME, S/MIME and PGP/GPG.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.3        configure an appropriate e-mail signature and identify its usefulness in a business setting.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.4        identify the usefulness of an e-mail thread, and when it is appropriate.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.5        identify spam, and create client-side filters to combat it.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.6        identify ways that SMTP authentication helps combat spam, and configure e -mail clients for SMTP
                      authentication.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.7        define blind copying (BCC).
BE.O.CIWF1.6.8        distinguish e-mail forwarding from replying.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.9        identify e-mail etiquette (e.g., the smiley face, ALL CAPS type).
BE.O.CIWF1.6.10       identify ways that e-mail is used in the workplace.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.11       identify common e-mail issues in the workplace, including: harassment, when to use e-mail, AND e-mail
                      message storage.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.12       create Out of Office messages for e-mail automatic reply (i.e. autoresponder) services.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.13       attach files to e-mail messages.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.14       use e-mail to share files and documents within and across organizations.
BE.O.CIWF1.6.15       identify concerns for Web-based and IMAP-based e-mail.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.6)
               Above Mastery                                     Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of     fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the        characterized by errors and/or
standard in understanding email clients.       standard in understanding email clients. omissions in understanding email
The student can configure an appropriate The student can demonstrate an                  clients. The student can show an
e-mail signature and identify its              appropriate e-mail signature and          appropriate e-mail signature and
usefulness in a business setting. The          identify its usefulness in a business     identify its usefulness in a business
student can independently solve problems setting. Application of knowledge and           setting. Performance needs further
and is self-directed.                          skills is thorough and effective and the  development and supervision.
                                               student can work independently.
Standard: 7           Additional Networking and Internet Services
BE.S.CIWF1.7           Students will define and use additional networking and Internet services.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.7.1        configure a news client to access a news server (e.g., using Netscape Newsgroups, Microsoft Outlook
                      Express).
BE.O.CIWF1.7.2        locate, read and post newsgroup articles.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.3        retrieve and place documents using FTP, SCP, SFTP and SSL/TLS-enabled FTP.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.4        compare FTP-based and HTTP-based retrieval.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.5        demonstrate knowledge of the Concurrent Versions System (CVS) and its usefulness in a rapid software
                      development environment.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.6        distinguish between standard and proprietary Telnet implementations, and choose the proper c lients.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.7        identify Secure Shell (SSH) as a secure alternative to Telnet and other unencrypted protocols.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.8        use terminal services clients and servers, including Virtual Network Computing (VNC) and Microsoft
                      Terminal Services.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.9        configure and use instant messaging clients.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.10       define Peer-to-Peer (P2P) services, and use them when appropriate for business.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.11       identify privacy concerns related to network communications (e.g., e -mail, instant messaging, P2P).
BE.O.CIWF1.7.12       use Internet conferencing software.
BE.O.CIWF1.7.13       identify the purpose of LDAP.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.7)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                             Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent       The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows     inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of    fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the       characterized by errors and/or
standard in defining networking and            standard in defining networking and      omissions in defining networking and
internet services. The student can             internet services. The student can       internet services. The student can list
compare and evaluate FTP-based and             classify and illustrate FTP-based and    and describe FTP-based and HTTP-
HTTP-based retrieval. The student can          HTTP-based retrieval. Application of     based retrieval. Performance needs
independently solve problems and is self- knowledge and skills is thorough and          further development and supervision.
directed.                                      effective and the student can work
                                               independently.
Standard: 8           Communicating Effectively Over the Internet
BE.S.CIWF1.8           Students will demonstrate ways to communicate effectively using Internet technology.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.8.1        define etiquette for Internet-based services and identify common communications aids.
BE.O.CIWF1.8.2        identify ethical issues when communicating with others using Internet -based technology.
BE.O.CIWF1.8.3        recognize and avoid sexual harassment.
BE.O.CIWF1.8.4        create pertinent, appropriate and brief messages.
BE.O.CIWF1.8.5        define the practice of blogging.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.8)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                             Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent         The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows       inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of      fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the         characterized by errors and/or
standard in communicating effectively          standard in communicating effectively      omissions in communicating effectively
over the internet. The student can create      over the internet. The student can         over the internet. The student can
pertinent, appropriate and brief messages create pertinent, appropriate and brief         examine pertinent, appropriate and
and formulate effective practices to avoid     messages. Application of knowledge         brief messages. Performance needs
sexual harassment. The student can             and skills is thorough and effective and further development and supervision.
independently solve problems and is self- the student can work independently.
directed.
Standard: 9           Configuring Web Browser Preferences
BE.S.CIWF1.9           Students will identify and configure user cus tomization features in Web browsers, including preferences,
                       caching, and cookies.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.9.1        configure common browser preferences, including: fonts, home pages, Bookmarks/Favorites, history,
                      browser cache, image loading, security settings (settings should be common to Microsoft Internet
                      Explorer and Netscape Navigator/Mozilla).
BE.O.CIWF1.9.2        identify advantages and disadvantages of using cookies, and set cookies, including: setting a cookie
                      without user knowledge, automatically accepting cookies versus query, remembering user actions,
                      security and privacy implications.
BE.O.CIWF1.9.3        describe the concept of caching and its implications, including client caching, cleaning out client -side
                      cache, and Web page update settings in browsers.
BE.O.CIWF1.9.4        identify issues to consider when configuring the Desktop, including configuring browser (proxy
                      configuration, and client-side caching).
BE.O.CIWF1.9.5        troubleshoot connectivity issues, including: no connection, poor rendering, slow connections. Identify
                      and troubleshoot common Internet client problems (e.g., TCP/IP, proxies, caching, image rendering).
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.9)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                              Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent         The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows       inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of      fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the         characterized by errors and/or
standard in configuring web browser            standard in configuring web browser        omissions in configuring web browser
preferences. The student can configure         preferences. The student can configure preferences. The student can list and
common browser preferences and             common browser preferences and            define common browser preferences
troubleshoot connectivity issues. The      troubleshoot connectivity issues.         and examine connectivity issues.
student can independently solve problems   Application of knowledge and skills is    Performance needs further
and is self-directed.                      thorough and effective and the student    development and supervision.
                                           can work independently.
Standard: 10        Internet Security
BE.S.CIWF1.10        Students will identify security issues related to Internet clients (e.g., Web browsers, e-mail, instant
                     messaging) in the workplace, including certificates, malware, illicit servers, viruses, user level,
                     andenterprise concerns.
Objectives          Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.10.1     define the three major types of encryption.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.2     identify ways that authentication, digital certificates, encryption and firewalls provide Web security.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.3     identify ways that encryption helps enforce data confidentiality, data integrity and non-repudiation to
                    secure end-user transactions.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.4     describe a computer virus and explain how to protect your computer from virus attacks.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.5     explain the functions of patches and updates to client software and associated problems, including:
                    desktop security, virus protection, encryption levels, Web browsers, e -mail clients.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.6     identify steps to take when you receive an unexpected attachment (e.g., via an e-mail or instant
                    message client).
BE.O.CIWF1.10.7     identify steps to take when an attack is suspected.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.8     join and manage your participation in an e -mail listserv group.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.9     use a screen saver to increase workstation security.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.10    distinguish between a virus and a worm.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.11    demonstrate the functionality of spyware.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.12    identify typical attacks on clients and procedures to counter each attack type.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.13    recognize and avoid social engineering attacks.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.14    distinguish among symmetric, asymmetric and hash encryption.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.15    define authentication principles, including: password resetting, password aging.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.16    describe Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and the purposes of remote access protocols, including Point-
                    to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) and Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP).
BE.O.CIWF1.10.17    distinguish among the following security zones: DMZ (including dual-homed and triple-homed firewalls),
                    VLAN, intranet, and extranet.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.18    define fundamental PKI concepts.
BE.O.CIWF1.10.19    identify the purpose of an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), and list common concerns and
                    configuration parameters.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.10)
               Above Mastery                                     Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of      fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the            knowledge and skills that meet the        characterized by errors and/or
standard in internet security. The student      standard in internet security. The        omissions in internet security. The
can assess security issues related to           student can analyze security issues       student can identify security issues
Internet clients (e.g., Web browsers, e-        related to Internet clients (e.g., Web    related to Internet clients (e.g., Web
mail, instant messaging) in the workplace, browsers, e-mail, instant messaging) in browsers, e-mail, instant messaging) in
including certificates, malware, illicit        the workplace, including certificates,    the workplace, including certificates,
servers, viruses, user level, and enterprise malware, illicit servers, viruses, user      malware, illicit servers, viruses, user
concerns. The student can independently level, and enterprise concerns.                   level, and enterprise concerns.
solve problems and is self-directed.            Application of knowledge and skills is    Performance needs further
                                                thorough and effective and the student    development and supervision.
                                                can work independently.
Standard: 11            Database and Websearch Engines
BE.S.CIWF1.11           Students will use different types of Web search engines effectively.
Objectives              Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.11.1         define and identify Boolean operators and their relationship to search engines.
BE.O.CIWF1.11.2         conduct searches using operators common to search engines (e.g., quotation marks, minus sign).
BE.O.CIWF1.11.3         identify the importance of keywords and conduct keyword searches.
BE.O.CIWF1.11.4         distinguish among search sites, information portals, and pages automatically provided when an error
                        occurs.
BE.O.CIWF1.11.5         use available hard-copy reference resources as appropriate.
BE.O.CIWF1.11.6         identify meta search engines, as well as search engine ranking techniques.
BE.O.CIWF1.11.7         explain how search engine sites use spiders to enhance search results.
BE.O.CIWF1.11.8         cite references to information obtained from Internet-based searches using accepted citation standards
                        (e.g., MLA).
BE.O.CIWF1.11.9         search additional Internet resources to fulfill job-role duties.
BE.O.CIWF1.11.10 evaluate resources and verify factuality.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.11)
               Above Mastery                                     Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of         fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the            characterized by errors and/or
standard in database and websearch             standard in database and websearch            omissions in database and websearch
engines. The student can explain how           engines. The student can discover how engines. The student can describe how
search engine sites use spiders to             search engine sites use spiders to            search engine sites use spiders to
enhance search results and evaluate            enhance search results. Application of enhance search results. Performance
resources and verify them. The student         knowledge and skills is thorough and          needs further development and
can independently solve problems and is        effective and the student can work            supervision.
self-directed.                                 independently.
Standard: 12          Personal Information Management
BE.S.CIWF1.12          Students will identify and use principles of Personal Information Management (PIM), including common
                       applications. They will efficiently transmit text and binary files using popular internet services.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.12.1       identify ways that calendar and scheduling software helps organize IT-based activities.
BE.O.CIWF1.12.2       identify Personal Information Management (PIM) productivity applications, including: Personal Digital
                      Assistant (PDA), cell phones, project management software.
BE.O.CIWF1.12.3       identify ways that wireless devices interface with network devices using physical and network interfaces,
                      and protocols such as Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).
BE.O.CIWF1.12.4       identify the need to define MIME file types for special download procedures such as unusual documents
                      or graphic formats, and solve the problem.
BE.O.CIWF1.12.5       distinguish between MIME and S/MIME.
BE.O.CIWF1.12.6       manage files using common compression software and techniques (e.g., zi p/WinZip, gzip, bzip2, RAR,
                      compress).
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.12)
               Above Mastery                                    Mastery                                  Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent            The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows          inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of         fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the            characterized by errors and/or
standard in personal information               standard in personal information              omissions in personal information
management. The student can                    management. The student can                   management. The student can
recommend and compare PIM                      compare files using common                    recognize files using common
applications. The student can                  compression software and techniques.          compression software and techniques.
independently solve problems and is self- Application of knowledge and skills is             Performance needs further
directed.                                      thorough and effective and the student        development and supervision.
                                              can work independently.
Standard: 13          Ethical and legal issues
BE.S.CIWF1.13         Students will identify security-related ethical and legal issues faced by IT professionals.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.13.1        define privacy concerns.
BE.O.CIWF1.13.2        identify appropriate use of company and personal systems.
BE.O.CIWF1.13.3        summarize personal privacy expectations versus an organization's right to know how its provided
                       services are being used.
BE.O.CIWF1.13.4        identify basic copyright issues.
BE.O.CIWF1.13.5        explain the purpose of encrypting company transmissions and establish company encryption policies.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.13)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                           Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent     The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows   inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of   fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the            knowledge and skills that meet the     characterized by errors and/or
standard in ethical and legal issues. The       standard in ethical and legal issues.  omissions in ethical and legal issues.
student can summarize personal privacy          The student can demonstrate personal The student can list and differentiate
expectations versus an organization's           privacy expectations versus an         personal privacy expectations versus
right to know how it’s provided services        organization's right to know how it’s  an organization's right to know how its
are being used. The student can                 provided services are being used.      provided services are being used.
independently solve problems and is self- Application of knowledge and skills is       Performance needs further
directed.                                       thorough and effective and the student development and supervision.
                                                can work independently.
Standard: 14           Project Management
BE.S.CIWF1.14           Students will relate project management concepts and terms to the IT profession.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.14.1       identify components of the project triangle.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.2       identify components of a needs analysis, including: receiving, evaluating and processing input, and
                      determining customer needs.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.3       define project scope and scope creep.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.4       use project management software and charts (e.g., Gantt charts) to determine a project timeline.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.5       identify a cross-functional team and its relevance to an IT-based project.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.6       explain common models for information flow and reporting between IT and upper management, as well
                       as IT and other areas of the organization, including identifying project approval steps.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.7        relate IT-based concerns to organizational policies and rules, and identify rights and responsibilities of IT
                       workers.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.8        identify the value of a Statement Of Work (SOW) order.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.9        analyze social and practical implications of technical decisions, and identify ways that technical changes
                       affect a business's bottom line.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.10 use the concept of Return On Investment (ROI) to justify IT-based expenses in relation to a budget.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.11 define and perform a formal project review, including: acceptance tests.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.12 identify the importance of documenting a project.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.13 explain how the concept of separation of duties can help ensure quality management.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.14 map technical information systems functions, concerns and capabilities to business concerns.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.15 identify the importance of quality management and assurance, including ISO 9000 standards.
BE.O.CIWF1.14.16 plan and schedule meetings.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.14)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional             The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                   and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of       fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the             knowledge and skills that meet the        characterized by errors and/or
standard in defining project management. standard in defining project                      omissions in defining project
The student will integrate project               management. The student will relate       management. The student can list and
management concepts and terms to the IT project management concepts and                    describe project management
profession. The student can                      terms to the IT profession. Application   concepts and terms to the IT
independently solve problems and is self- of knowledge and skills is thorough and profession. Performance needs further
directed.                                        effective and the student can work        development and supervision.
                                                 independently.
Standard: 15           Networking Hardware
BE.S.CIWF1.15           Students will identify the role of networking hardware, and configure common hardware for operation.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.15.1        distinguish among common cable types used in networking (e.g., CAT 5, CAT 6, crossover).
BE.O.CIWF1.15.2        identify hardware and software connection devices and their uses, including: network interface card,
                       modem, cable/DSL modem, hub, router, switch, and firewall.
BE.O.CIWF1.15.3        distinguish between Ethernet and Token Ring networks.
BE.O.CIWF1.15.4        explain the routing process, including static routing versus dynamic routing, and interior versus exterior
                       routing protocols.
BE.O.CIWF1.15.5        identify common TCP/IP network parameters, including: IP address (static versus DHCP), subnet mask,
                       default gateway, and DNS information.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.15)
                Above Mastery                                    Mastery                              Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional             The student demonstrates competent       The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                   and proficient performance and shows     inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of      fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the             knowledge and skills that meet the       characterized by errors and/or
standard in identifying the role of              standard in identifying the role of      omissions in identifying the role of
networking hardware, and configure               networking hardware, and configure       networking hardware, and configure
common hardware for operation. The               common hardware for operation. The       common hardware for operation. The
student can create a worki ng network            student can demonstrate how to set up student can list and summarize the
utilizing all necessary hardware and             hardware into a working network.         hardware that is needed to set up a
protocols. The student can independently Application of knowledge and skills is           network. Performance needs further
solve problems and is self-directed.             thorough and effective and the student   development and supervision.
                                                 can work independently.
Standard: 16           Relationship Between IP Addresses and Domain Names
BE.S.CIWF1.16           Students will identify the relationship between IP addresses and domain names, including: assignment
                        of IP addresses within a subnet.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.16.1        explain IP addressing and the concept of uniqueness, including: IP address, subnet mask.
BE.O.CIWF1.16.2        define IP address classes used on the Internet and determine valid IP addresses.
BE.O.CIWF1.16.3        identify the uses of public and private IP addresses.
BE.O.CIWF1.16.4        determine default subnet masks and describe the ANDing process.
BE.O.CIWF1.16.5        define Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR).
BE.O.CIWF1.16.6        identify basic IPv6 concepts.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.16)
                Above Mastery                                    Mastery                              Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional             The student demonstrates competent       The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                   and proficient performance and shows     inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of      fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the             knowledge and skills that meet the       characterized by errors and/or
standard in identifying the relationship         standard in identifying the relationship omissions in identifying the relationship
between IP addresses and domain                  between IP addresses and domain          between IP addresses and domain
names, including: assignment o f IP              names, including: assignment o f IP      names including assignment of IP
addresses within a subnet. The student           addresses within a subnet. The student addresses within a subnet. The student
can integrate the appropriate IP                 can explain and define IP addressing        can identify IP address classes and
addressing to be used with the correct           schemes. Application of knowledge and summarize how they are used to
subnet mask. The student can                     skills is thorough and effective and the    access the net. Performance needs
independently solve problems and is self- student can work independently.                    further development and supervision.
directed.
Standard: 17           Internet Servers
BE.S.CIWF1.17           Students will identify the functions and components of servers commonly used on the Internet.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.17.1        distinguish between HTTP and other Internet server types.
BE.O.CIWF1.17.2        identify the functions and features of common Internet-based services, and identify protocols used by
                       each, including: file, print, HTTP, proxy, caching, mail, mailing list, instant messaging, media, DNS, FTP,
                       news, certificate, directory, catalog, fax, transaction, mirrored, UNIX.
BE.O.CIWF1.17.3        choose the correct server to fulfill a specific business/organizational need.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.17)
               Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional             The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                   and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of         fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the             knowledge and skills that meet the          characterized by errors and/or
standard in identifying the functions and        standard in identifying the functions and omissions in identifying the functions
components of servers commonly used on components of servers commonly used and components of servers commonly
the Internet. The student can recommend on the Internet. The student can                     used on the Internet. The student can
and assess server types in a network. The classify and show example of server                list and summarize server types.
student can independently solve problems types. Application of knowledge and                 Performance needs further
and is self-directed.                            skills is thorough and effective and the    development and supervision.
                                                 student can work independently.
Standard: 18           Network performance - Internet Clients
BE.S.CIWF1.18           Students will identify common performance issues affecting Internet clients, including: analysis,
                        diagnosis.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.18.1        identify issues to consider when troubleshooting IP -enabled systems, including: DNS/name resolution,
                       correct default gateway and subnet mask, hosts file configuration, and DHCP versus static IP
                       configuration.
BE.O.CIWF1.18.2        identify when to use various diagnostic tools for troubleshooting and resolving Internet problems,
                       including: ping, winipcfg, ipconfig, route, arp, traceroute, netstat, network analyzers (packet sniffers).
BE.O.CIWF1.18.3        distinguish between client-side problems and server-side problems when troubleshooting common
                       services (e.g., e-mail and Web client connectivity issues).
BE.O.CIWF1.18.4        troubleshoot cable and ADSL modem connectivity.
BE.O.CIWF1.18.5        identify common TCP/IP network parameters, including: IP address (static versus DHCP), subnet mask,
                       default gateway, DNS information.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.18)
               Above Mastery                                     Mastery                                   Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent            The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows          inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of         fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the            characterized by errors and/or
standard in identifying common                 standard in identifying common                omissions in identifying common
performance issues affecting Internet          performance issues affecting Internet         performance issues affecting Internet
clients, including analysis and diagnosis.     clients, including analysis and               clients, including: analysis, diagnosis.
The student can differentiate between          diagnosis. The student can explain and The student can list possible
client side and server side problems and       demonstrate the skills needed to              performance issues that affect internet
perform the necessary troubleshooting          troubleshoot performance issues.              connectivity. Performance needs
techniques to provide a solution to the        Application of knowledge and skills is        further development and supervision.
problem. The student can independently         thorough and effective and the student
solve problems and is self-directed.           can work independently.
Standard: 19           Hardware and System Maintenance
BE.S.CIWF1.19           Students will perform basic hardware and system maintenance for network-aware systems.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.19.1       identify maintenance issues for common system elements, including: IRQs, DMA, I/O cards, NICs,
                      motherboards, SCSI, IDE/ATA, serial ATA (including hard drives).
BE.O.CIWF1.19.2       connect common peripherals, including: parallel, serial, USB, FireWire devices (e.g., printers, hard
                      drives, scanners), and CD-ROM/DVD.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.19)
              Above Mastery                                  Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional         The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with               and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of   fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the         knowledge and skills that meet the        characterized by errors and/or
standard in performing basic hardware        standard in performing basic hardware     omissions in performing basic
and system maintenance for network-             and system maintenance for network-         hardware and system maintenance for
aware systems. The student can assess           aware systems. The student can              network-aware systems. The student
and resolve all hardware and system             describe and perform basic hardware         can list possible maintenance issues
maintenance issues. The student can             and system maintenance. Application of with hardware. Performance needs
independently solve problems and is self-       knowledge and skills is thorough and        further development and supervision.
directed.                                       effective and the student can work
                                                independently.
Standard: 20           Role Networking Hardware
BE.S.CIWF1.20           Students will identify network-based client operating systems (NOS).
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.20.1        obtain proper licensing for operating systems and associated applications.
BE.O.CIWF1.20.2        recover from application failures.
BE.O.CIWF1.20.3        restart the system and identify common boot problems.
BE.O.CIWF1.20.4        explain why a hard drive must be partitioned and formatted.
BE.O.CIWF1.20.5        identify common file systems (e.g., NTFS, FAT, Ext3, ReiserFS).
BE.O.CIWF1.20.6        manage basic file and directory permissions.
BE.O.CIWF1.20.7        use common file system management tools, including: Convert, Chkdsk, Disk Cleanup, Disk
                       Defragmenter.
BE.O.CIWF1.20.8        delete temporary files manually and by using operating-system-specific methods.
BE.O.CIWF1.20.9        back up and restore files to prevent data loss, including: digital tapes, CDs.
BE.O.CIWF1.20.10 identify ways to remotely manage and troubleshoot workstations.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.20)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of        fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the            knowledge and skills that meet the          characterized by errors and/or
standard in identifying network-based           standard in identifying network-based       omissions in identifying network-based
client operating systems (NOS). The             client operating systems (NOS). The         client operating systems (NOS). The
student can identify, manage and maintain student can manage and operate                    student can list and summarize
a complete network operating system.            properly a network operating system.        network operating systems.
The student can independently solve             Application of knowledge and skills is      Performance needs further
problems and is self-directed.                  thorough and effective and the student      development and supervision.
                                                can work independently.
Standard: 21           Wireless Networks
BE.S.CIWF1.21          Students will identify the role of networking hardware and configure common hardware for operation.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.21.1        distinguish between ad-hoc and infrastructure mode.
BE.O.CIWF1.21.2        identify the function of a wireless access point (WAP).
BE.O.CIWF1.21.3        connect wireless networks to standard wired LANs.
BE.O.CIWF1.21.4        identify benefits and drawbacks of Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP).
BE.O.CIWF1.21.5        use a Secure Set Identifier (SSID) and describe its purpose.
BE.O.CIWF1.21.6        identify the purpose of MAC address filtering.
BE.O.CIWF1.21.7        identify security issues with wireless networks.
BE.O.CIWF1.21.8        evaluate the practicality of a wireless LAN in an organization.
BE.O.CIWF1.21.9         troubleshoot wireless connectivity.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.21)
              Above Mastery                                     Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent       The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows     inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of     fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the            knowledge and skills that meet the       characterized by errors and/or
standard in identifying the role of             standard in identifying the role of      omissions in identifying the role of
networking hardware and configuring             networking hardware, and configuring     networking hardware, and configuring
common hardware for operation in a              common hardware for operation in a       common hardware for operation in a
wireless environment. The student can           wireless environment. The student can wireless environment. The student can
integrate wireless technology with wired        setup and run a wireless network.        list and summarize communication
networks. The student can independently Application of knowledge and skills is           protocols needed to access the
solve problems and is self-directed.            thorough and effective and the student   internet via wireless. Performance
                                                can work independently.                  needs further development and
                                                                                         supervision.
Standard: 22           Technical to the Non-Technical
BE.S.CIWF1.22           Students will represent technical issues to a non-technical audience.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.22.1        communicate technical issues and concerns to an end user.
BE.O.CIWF1.22.2        demonstrate the value of IT-related expenses to management and stakeholders.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF.22)
              Above Mastery                                     Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent       The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows     inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application of a thorough and effective application of         fundamental knowledge and skills
knowledge and skills that exceed the            knowledge and skills that meet the           characterized by errors and/or
standard in defining technical issues to a      standard in defining technical issues to omissions in defining technical issues
non-technical audience. The student can a non-technical audience. The student to a non-technical audience. The
interpret and describe technical issues to      can identify and interpret technical         student can list technical issues that
a non-technical audience through varied         issues to a non-technical audience.          need to be relayed to a non-technical
communication methods. The student can Application of knowledge and skills is                audience. Performance needs further
independently solve problems and is self- thorough and effective and the student             development and supervision.
directed.                                       can work independently.
Standard: 23           Participating in a Local Student Organization
BE.S.CIWF.23           Students will participate in a local student organization.
Objectives              Students will
BE.O.CIWF.23.1          assess the purposes and goals of the local student organization.
BE.O.CIWF.23.2          discover the benefits and responsibilities of participation in student organization as an adult .
BE.O.CIWF.23.3          demonstrate leadership skills through participation in student organization activities such as meeti ngs,
                        programs, and projects.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.23)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                 Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent           The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows a inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application      thorough and effective application of        fundamental knowledge and skills
of knowledge and skills that exceed the        knowledge and skills that meet the           characterized by errors and/or
standard in participating in the local         standard in participating in the student     omissions in participating in the student
student organization. The student can          organization. The student can assess         organization. The student can identify
assess the purposes and goals of a local the purposes and goals of the local                the purposes and goals of the local
student organization; evaluate the             student organization; and discover the       student organization; explain the
benefits and responsibilities of               benefits and responsibilities of             benefits and responsibilities of
participation in a local student               participation in a local student             participation in a local student
organization as an adult; and incorporate organization as an adult; and                     organization as an adult; and discuss
leadership skills through participation in     demonstrate leadership skills through        leadership skills through participation in
local student organization activities such participation in local student                   local student organization activities
as meetings, programs, and projects.           organization activities such as              such as meetings, programs, and
The student can independently solve            meetings, programs, and projects.            projects. Performance needs further
problems and is self-directed.                 Application of knowledge and skills is       development and supervision.
                                               thorough and effective, and the student
                                                can work independently.
Standard: 24           Literacy and Numeracy
BE.S.CIWF1.24          Students will demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills required to solve complex, real-world
                       problems associated with their career/technical content area and improve their thinking and reasoning
                       skills.
Objectives             Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.24.1        utilize a variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to
                       complete career/technical assignments and projects.
BE.O.CIWF1.24.2        demonstrate writing skills required to complete career/technical assignments and projects.
BE.O.CIWF1.24.3        demonstrate accuracy in calculating and measuring graphical work required to complete
                       career/technical assignments and projects.
BE.O.CIWF1.24.4        analyze tables, charts, graphs and multiple data sources to complete career/technical assignments and
                       projects.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.24)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                 Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application       a thorough and effective application of     fundamental knowledge and skills
of knowledge and skills that exceed the         knowledge and skills that meet the          characterized by errors and/or
standard in literacy and numeracy. The          standard in literacy and numeracy. The omissions in literacy and numeracy. The
student chooses a variety of technical          student utilizes a variety of technical     student selects a variety of technical
sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,               sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,
directions, reports, etc.) to complete          journals, directions, reports, etc.) to     journals, directions, reports, etc.) to
career/technical assignments and                complete career/technical assignments complete career/technical assignments
projects; performs writing skills required      and projects; demonstrates writing          and projects; reproduces writing skills
to complete career/technical assignments skills required to complete                        required to complete career/technical
and projects; communicates accuracy in          career/technical assignments and            assignments and projects; illustrates
calculating and measuring graphical work projects; demonstrates accuracy in                 accuracy in calculating and measuring
required to complete career/technical           calculating and measuring graphical         graphical work required to complete
assignments and projects; and evaluates work required to complete                           career/technical assignments and
tables, charts, graphs and multiple data        career/technical assignments and            projects; and explains tables, charts,
sources to complete career/technical            projects; and analyzes tables, charts,      graphs and multiple data sources to
assignments and projects. The student           graphs and multiple data sources to         complete career/technical assignments
can independently solve problems and is complete career/technical assignments and projects. Performance needs
self-directed.                                  and projects. Application of knowledge further development and supervision.
                                                and skills is thorough and effective and
                                               the student can work independently.
Standard: 25              21st Century Learning Skills
BE.S.CIWF1.25             The student will
                              access and manipulate information for use in oral, written, or multimedia format using
                                 appropriate technology skills.
                              apply sound reasoning processes to solve complex real-world problems and develop new
                                 ideas.
                              exhibit leadership and ethical behavior in planning and executing tasks, as an individual or a
                                 group member.
Objectives                Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.25.1           search online using a range of technology tools and media to access relevant i nformation needed for
                          problem solving.
BE.O.CIWF1.25.2           create information for oral, written, and multimedia communications, adhering to copyright laws.
BE.O.CIWF1.25.3           engage in problem solving and critical thinking processes to create and evaluate comp lex strategies in
                          order to independently solve problems.
BE.O.CIWF1.25.4           adapt to new situations by considering multiple perspectives and a commitment to continued learning.
BE.O.CIWF1.25.5           exhibit ethical behavior and positive leadership while working collaboratively in the school and/or
                          community.
BE.O.CIWF1.25.6           model legal and ethical behaviors in the use of technology.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.25 )
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                              Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application      a thorough and effective application of   fundamental knowledge and skills
of knowledge and skills that exceed the        knowledge and skills that meet the        characterized by errors and/or
standard in 21st century learning skills.      standard in 21st century learning skills. omissions in 21st century learning skills.
The student assesses online technology         The student searches online using a       The student explains online technology
tools and media to access relevant             range of technology tools and media to tools and media to access relevant
information needed for problem solving;        access relevant information needed for information needed for problem solving;
critiques information for oral, written, and problem solving; creates information for identifies information for oral, written,
multimedia communications, adhering to         oral, written, and multimedia             and multimedia communications,
copyright laws; integrates problem             communications, adhering to copyright adhering to copyright laws; discusses
solving and critical thinking processes to     laws; engages in problem solving and      problem solving and critical thinking
create and evaluate complex strategies in critical thinking processes to create and processes to create and evaluate
order to independently solve problems;         evaluate complex strategies in order to complex strategies in order to
interprets new situations by considering      independently solve problems; adapts      independently solve problems;
multiple perspectives and a commitment        to new situations by considering          discusses new situations by considering
to continued learning; incorporates           multiple perspectives and a               multiple perspectives and a commitment
ethical behavior and positive leadership      commitment to continued learning;         to continued learning; reviews ethical
while working collaboratively in the          exhibits ethical behavior and positive    behavior and positive leadership while
school and/or community; and reinforces       leadership while working collaboratively working collaboratively in the school
legal and ethical behaviors in the use of     in the school and/or community; and       and/or community; and describes legal
technology. The student can                   models legal and ethical behaviors in     and ethical behaviors in the use of
independently solve problems and is self-     the use of technology. Application of     technology. Performance needs further
directed.                                     knowledge and skills is thorough and      development and supervision.
                                              effective and the student can work
                                              independently.
Standard: 26          Entrepreneurship Skills
BE.S.CIWF1.26         Students will access the opportunities, concepts, processes, and personal traits/behaviors associated
                      with successful entrepreneurial performance.
Objectives            Students will
BE.O.CIWF1.26.1 assess global trends in entrepreneurship that are related to their career/technical program.
BE.O.CIWF1.26.2 determine entrepreneurial opportunities in venture creation related to their career/technical program.
BE.O.CIWF1.26.3 examine desirable entrepreneurial personality traits.
Performance Descriptors (BE.PD.CIWF1.26 )
              Above Mastery                                   Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional         The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with               and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application    a thorough and effective application of   knowledge and skills characterized by
of knowledge and skills that exceed the      knowledge and skills that meet the        errors and/or omissions in
standard in entrepreneurship skills. The     standard in entrepreneurship skills. The entrepreneurship skills. The student lists
student critiques global trends in           student assesses global trends in         global trends in entrepreneurship that
entrepreneurship that are related to their entrepreneurship that are related to        are related to their career/technical
career/technical program; evaluates          their career/technical program;           program; describes entrepreneurial
entrepreneurial opportunities in venture     determines entrepreneurial                opportunities in venture creation related
creation related to their career/technical opportunities in venture creation related to their career/technical program; and
program; and assesses desirable              to their career/technical program; and    identifies desirable entrepreneurial
entrepreneurial personality traits. The      examines desirable entrepreneurial        personality traits. Performance needs
student can independently solve              personality traits. Application of        further development and supervision.
problems and is self-directed.               knowledge and skills is thorough and
                                             effective and the student can work
independently.

								
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