March 12th – 16th

Business and Technology

This blog will be used for Level I, Level II and Level III Business Classes.

1st Level Students: Your information will be posted DIRECTLY onto this page.

2nd and 3rd Level  Students:  You will want to click in the main menu bar (upper right side of screen) on Business II or Business III to access information for your class


 

LEVEL I – Modules  7,8,9 are due on Friday, March 30th (You must have a grade of  80 or higher to move on to the next module)

Monday:  Restaurants

Bellringer: Honorifics

Print Help Wanted Flyers

Memo to New Employees – Complete and Print

Chamber of Commerce Letter and lesson

Restaurant so Far: Proposal Memo, Help Wanted Flyer, Letterhead, Chamber of Commerce

Tuesday:  Microsoft Word Lessons

Leadership Quotes

$2 Challenge with Entrepreneurship Assessment

Word Lessons: Tabs with runners AND Lists/Numbering and Bullets

Review for Unit 2 assessment on Friday

 

Wednesday: Microsoft Word Lessons and Activities

Let’s complete a couple of lists/tables as review from our Microsoft Word lessons on Tuesday

Review for assessment

 

Thursday: Microsoft Certification/Restaurant

Table, Chart, DataPoint Activity – Print at the end of class – Turn in

Graphic Layout for our restaurant

 

Friday: Unit 2 Assessment

Covers Teamwork – Tuckman’s Stages of Team Development, Leadership Skills (Exemplary and Styles), Setting Tabs and Tables, Entrepreneurship, Time Management, Lists, Indents in Word

Microsoft Modules 7,8,9 after the test

March 5th – March 9th

Business and Technology

This blog will be used for Level I, Level II and Level III Business Classes.

1st Level Students: Your information will be posted DIRECTLY onto this page.

2nd and 3rd Level  Students:  You will want to click in the main menu bar (upper right side of screen) on Business II or Business III to access information for your class


For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.


LEVEL I – Modules 4,5,6 are due on Friday, March 9th (You must have a grade of  80 or higher to move on to the next module)

Monday: 

Leadership

Assign everyone a leadership quote

Students have 45 minutes to type up their leadership reflection paper. Print and turn in. Two formative grades.

Students will (with partners) come up with five business scenarios that promote one of the five exemplary leadership models.

Tuesday:

Leadership/Restaurant

GMETRIX – Modules 4,5,6 are due on Friday

Types of Leadership –Leadership Styles and Guided Notes Page – Complete and turn in

Leadership Styles PowerPoint

Help Wanted Flyer

Wednesday: 

Restaurant/Entrepreneurship

New Employee Memo

Entrepreneurs Who Shaped America

List some characteristics of a successful entrepreneur – Make a graphic 

Thursday: 

Entrepreneurship

Bellringer: Are you an entrepreneur?

Let’s watch YOUTUBE video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOjeQV5pHh4

Entrepreneurs PowerPoint and Guided Notes

Summary Pyramid – Differentiation Articles 

Friday: Microsoft Certification/Restaurant –  Table, Chart, DataPoint Activity – Print and Turn in –  Grand Opening Flyer and finish up any Restaurant  work from this week

February 26 – March 2

Business and Technology

This blog will be used for Level I, Level II and Level III Business Classes.

1st Level Students: Your information will be posted DIRECTLY onto this page.

2nd and 3rd Level  Students:  You will want to click in the main menu bar (upper right side of screen) on Business II or Business III to access information for your class


For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.


LEVEL I – Modules 4,5,6 are due on Friday, March 9th (You must have a grade of  80 or higher to move on to the next module)

Monday: Time Management/Restaurant Logos –  Students will print out the two memos from before break (Zaxby employee and Catering Service) – Students will also print out their calendars completed before the break – Complete Time is Money and It’s My Life 1/2 sheets for discussion aloud – Letterhead, what is it? Let’s look at examples as we prepare to make letterhead for our restaurants.

Tuesday: Time Management/Microsoft Word Lessons/GMETRIX – Procrastination PowerPoint and discussion – Teamwork Quotes – Setting Tabs (within a table) – Sorting in MS Word – LOGO Letterhead

Wednesday: Microsoft Word/Leadership – ABC Company Table Handout – Create, print and turn in – Leadership Interview Assignment – Due on Monday – Exemplary Leadership discussion and Pair/Share Mini Posters – Exemplary Leadership PowerPoint

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Thursday:  Leadership – Mini Posters – Discussion about Types of Leadership

Friday: Microsoft Certification/Restaurant –  Table, Chart, DataPoint Activity – Print and Turn in – Restaurant Memo to new employees

February 5th – 9th

Business and Technology

This blog will be used for Level I, Level II and Level III Business Classes.

1st Level Students: Your information will be posted DIRECTLY onto this page.

2nd and 3rd Level  Students:  You will want to click in the main menu bar (upper right side of screen) on Business II or Business III to access information for your class


For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.


Monday: Assessment One Review and Graphic Organizer – LOGOS – Students should complete their graphic organizers for use on the test tomorrow – finish logos and submit today – Paddle board review for test tomorrow – PLEASE STUDY TONIGHT!!!!

Tuesday: Unit 1 Assessment/GMETRIX – Unit one assessment covering: Employability Skills, Professional Image in the Workplace, SMART Goals, Job Applications, Resume, Cover Letters and Reference Sheets – Any extra time will be devoted to Microsoft Cert preparation

Wednesday: Unit 2: Teamwork – What is Synergy? Teamwork vocabulary (Due on Friday) – Creating Tables in Microsoft Word – Elements of Teamwork: Inventory of Skills – Teamwork Activities –  Teamwork Quotes

Thursday: Unit 2 – Teamwork – SmartArt Lessons in Microsoft Word – gcflearnfree.org – Tuckman’s Stages of Team Development – We will watch clips from the movie “Remember the Titans” – graphic organizer with lecture

Friday : Unit 2: – Teamwork and Leadership – Teamwork activity with sentence structure – Teamwork vocabulary due today – Meet with Graphic Design team for our company logos. Begin to set up our letterhead for our restaurants – Shark Tank????

January 29th – February 2nd

Business and Technology

This blog will be used for Level I, Level II and Level III Business Classes.

1st Level Students: Your information will be posted DIRECTLY onto this page.

2nd and 3rd Level  Students:  You will want to click in the main menu bar (upper right side of screen) on Business II or Business III to access information for your class


For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.


Monday: Employability Skills and Job Applications – Identifying your skills Handout – How to properly fill out a job application – Attitude Quotes – GMETRIX for 20 minutes – Begin gathering your References for Wednesday

Tuesday: Employability Skills and Cover Letters  – Ribbon Location Scavenger Hunt and Icon Name and Function Handout – Let’s complete a cover letter for our Mock Job/Employability Project – Know your Spelling Words

Wednesday: Employability Skills and Resume/Reference Sheet – GMETRIX for 20 minutes today – Complete a professional resume and reference sheet – Put all parts of your employability packet together and turn in for a Summative Project Assessment Grade.

Thursday: Graphic Organizer and Review for Assessment – Ribbon Location Scavenger Hunt and Icon Name and Function Handout – Review for test on Monday using paddles

Friday : Restaurant Simulation –  GMETRIX for 30 minutes today – Restaurant Logos today – Must submit three for approval

January 22nd – 26th

Welcome Back! Now that you are well rested, we have lots of work to do!

This blog will be used for Level I, Level II and Level III Business Classes.

1st Level Students: Your information will be posted DIRECTLY onto this page.

2nd and 3rd Level  Students:  You will want to click in the main menu bar (upper right side of screen) on Business II or Business III to access information for your class


For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.


Monday: Restaurant Simulation – Composing professional memos – We will work on a “practice” memo and learn how to format properly. You will then use your new skills to create a Restaurant Proposal memo for my approval. You should include all of your restaurant simulation information that we discussed in week one – Remember to study your Attitude quote and be ready to recite by Wednesday – work on writing your name in cursive (your formal name) – Spelling words: Business, Activities, Restaurant, Entrepreneurship, References

Tuesday: Communication Skills and Dressing for Success- How important are they? Some activities to stress importance of good communication skill – appropriate attire for the workplace – lecture and discussion – mini posters groups of two

Wednesday: GMETRIX first 30 minutes of class (I will return all graded papers up to this point) –  Attitude Quotes – SMART Goals – what are they? How do you create SMART goals for yourself? Self quiz on spelling words

Thursday: Manners and Attitude/Diversity in the Workplace – PowerPoint and Guided Notes – Students need three references by Monday. Icon name and function (bellringer) – Attitude Quotes

Friday : Employability Skills and Job Applications – Identifying your skills Handout – How to properly fill out a job application – Attitude Quotes

2018 – January 8th

Welcome to Business Education!

Guess what? You made a good choice! Do you realize that of the 1,869,814 bachelor’s degrees conferred last year, the greatest numbers of degrees were conferred in the field of business (358,079)  (per the National Center for Education Statistics). Business and Technology is a class that will benefit you in so many ways…… no matter your choice of college major or career field.  70% of high school students say they want to own their own business and 73% of new jobs in the next five years will require technology skills. 91% of hiring managers consider employee certification as a criterion for hiring! You are going to leave this class with Microsoft Certification! 


This blog will be used for Level I, Level II and Level III Business Classes.

1st Level Students: Your information will be posted DIRECTLY onto this page.

2nd and 3rd Level  Students:  You will want to click in the main menu bar (upper right side of screen) on Business II or Business III to access information for your class


For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.


Monday: Welcome and Introductions – The Great Discovery – You will be opening a new restaurant during this semester. Go ahead and begin thinking about the name of your restaurant, theme and color scheme, location and a description of your “signature dish” that will be served.

Tuesday: Microsoft Introduction – Class rules and expectations – Show off your Microsoft Skills – Increasing your Self Awareness and Work Readiness Traits

Wednesday: Employability Skills – Skills, Qualities and Values in the Workplace – Employability Skills Framework

Thursday: Communication Skills – Worksheet Checklist – Communication Chain – Developing Good Communication Skills in the Classroom

Friday : Microsoft Word Lesson – Creating Business Documents – Professional Memos – Designing your Restaurant’s Identity

November 27th- December 1st

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH  – OCTOBER

Congratulations!!!!!!

1st Block – Gavin Hall

2nd Block – Ben Vanrensselaer

4th Block – Grace Worrall


Congratulations to the following students who are MICROSOFT WORD SPECIALISTS!!

1st Block –  Maddy Bell, Hamilton Burchell, Nick Cunningham, Loren Franke, Brett Hutchison, Akshay Kannan, Isaac Kimball, Valentina Moreno, Tyler Stott, Adrianna Wurtz

2nd Block – Olivia Holliday, Alan Huber, Rose McHugh, Jalen McKinney, Ben Vanrensselaer, Lynn Weatherby, Zach White, Philbert Tjahjono


Unit 4:

Forms of Business Ownership, Franchise Ownership, Marketing

For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.

Monday:  

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Wednesday:

Thursday: 

Friday: 

November 6 – November 10

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH  – SEPTEMBER

Congratulations!!!!!!

1st Block – Loren Franke

2nd Block – Zach White

4th Block – Mitchell Clifford


GMETRIX MODULES 7,8,9 DUE ON NOVEMBER 14th.


Unit 4:

Forms of Business Ownership, Franchise Ownership, Marketing

For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.

Monday:  Franchises – Corporations – (S Corp, C Corp, LLC and Non Profits) – Lecture, Discussion and Notes – Finish Graphic Organizer – Board of Directors and Stockholders – Vocabulary for our Graphic Organizers – GMETRIX

Tuesday: Teacher Work Day

Wednesday: Franchises – Franchise Word Map – We will watch some videos about franchising in America – Venn Diagram for Franchising vs. Business Opportunities – GMETRIX

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/25062

https://www.thebalance.com/should-you-buy-a-franchise-2948127

Thursday: Franchises – Introduction to Franchise Project – Summative Grade – Students will have two full class periods to complete. Anything not  complete will be due on Monday at the beginning of class (they may take it home over the weekend for completion).

Friday: Franchises –  Franchise Project

October 30 – November 3

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH  – SEPTEMBER

Congratulations!!!!!!

1st Block – Loren Franke

2nd Block – Zach White

4th Block – Mitchell Clifford

 


GMETRIX MODULES 7,8,9 DUE ON NOVEMBER 14th.


Unit 4:

Forms of Business Ownership, Franchise Ownership, Marketing

For all business students, you should check the BLOG at the beginning of the week. I try and post my plans for the week by Monday morning. I will use this blog to post PowerPoints from class notes and to remind you of upcoming projects and assessments.

Monday:  Forms of Business Ownership – Corporations – (S Corp, C Corp, LLC and Non Profits) – Lecture, Discussion and Notes – Finish Graphic Organizer – Board of Directors and Stockholders – Vocabulary for our Graphic Organizers – GMETRIX

Tuesday: Forms of Business Ownership – Group Activity – Sweet Opportunities – Students will be given scenarios and they will decide which form of business ownership is most appropriate for the scenario – Ownership Factors Study Guide – GMETRIX

Wednesday: Franchises – Franchise Word Map – We will watch some videos about franchising in America – Venn Diagram for Franchising vs. Business Opportunities – GMETRIX

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/25062

https://www.thebalance.com/should-you-buy-a-franchise-2948127

Thursday: Franchises – Introduction to Franchise Project – Summative Grade – Students will have two full class periods to complete. Anything not  complete will be due on Monday at the beginning of class (they may take it home over the weekend for completion).

Friday: Franchises –  Franchise Project