• Specific Learning Objectives for MSITA: Word, PowerPoint, Publisher
     
     


    Units of Study

    A.

    Apply information gathering skills using Microsoft OneNote.  (Supplemental)

    B.

    Apply word processing software application skills using Microsoft Word.

    C.

    Apply desktop publishing application skills using Microsoft Publisher. 

    D.

    Apply presentation software applicaskills using Microsoft PowerPoint.


     


    *Adapted CTE Course Blueprint based on Microsoft IT Academy objectives. 

                 
    "Students in Microsoft IT Academies benefit from world-class Microsoft curriculum and software tools to tackle real-world challenges in the classroom environment. In the first part, students will learn to use the newest version of Microsoft Word interface, commands, and features to create, enhance, customize, share and create complex documents, and publish them. In the second part, students will learn to use the newest version of Microsoft PowerPoint interface, commands, and features to create, enhance, customize, and deliver presentations. In the last part, students will learn to use the basic features of the newest version of Publisher to create, customize, and publish a publication. This course can help prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in Word and/or PowerPoint, http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/mos.aspx."  DPI Website
     
    Specific Learning Objectives for MSITA: Excel, Access

                   Units of Study

    Total Course Weight 100%

    A MICROSOFT EXCEL 50%

    1.00 Apply basic spreadsheet software skills using Microsoft Excel. 15%

    1.01 Create, save, edit, print, format, and sort data in worksheets.

    1.02 Understand how to move between workbooks and worksheets to copy, move, freeze, insert,

            delete as well as apply filters to data .

    2.00 Apply intermediate and advanced spreadsheet software skills using Microsoft Excel. 35%

    2.01 Apply formulas and functions to summarize data.

    2.02 Apply, create, and modify various type of charts

    2.03 Create, modify, and format tables, PivotTables and PivotCharts.

    B MICROSOFT ACCESS 50%

    3.00 Apply basic database software skills using Microsoft Access. 25%

    3.01 Create and edit a table.

    3.02 Create and modify a report and form.

    4.00 Apply intermediate database software skills using Microsoft Access. 25%

    4.01 Modify a table.

    4.02 Create a query.

                   *Adapted CTE Course Blueprint based on Microsoft IT Academy objectives.

     
                  "Students in Microsoft IT Academies benefit from world-class Microsoft curriculum and cuttingedge software tools to tackle real-world challenges in the classroom environment. The first part of the class is designed to help you use the newest version of Microsoft Excel interface, commands, and features to present, analyze, and manipulate various types of data. Students will learn to manage workbooks as well as how to manage, manipulate, and format data. In the second part of the class, students will learn how to create and work with a database and its objects by using the new and improved features in newest version of Microsoft Access. Students will learn how to create, modify, and locate information as well as how to create programmable elements and share and distribute database information. Mathematics is reinforced. This course can help prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in Excel and/or Access, http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/mos.aspx." DPI Website
     
    Specific Learning Objectives for Accounting I
                   

    A

     

    THE ACCOUNTING CYCLE

    69%

     

    1.0

    Understand accounting fundamentals.

     

     

    2.0

    Apply accounting procedures for a sole proprietorship

     

     

    3.0

    Apply accounting procedures for a merchandising business.

     

    B

     

    BANKING, PAYROLL, AND SPECIALIZED ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES

    31%

     

    4.0

    Apply accounting procedures to perform banking and payroll activities.

     

     

    5.0

    Apply accounting procedures to perform selected specialized accounting activities.

     

                This course is designed to help students understand the basic principles of the accounting cycle. Emphasis is placed on the analysis and recording of business transactions, preparation, and interpretation of financial statements, accounting systems, banking and payroll activities, basic types of business ownership, and an accounting career orientation. Mathematics is reinforced. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course include cooperative education, entrepreneurship, internship, mentorship, school-based enterprise, service learning, and job shadowing. Apprenticeship is not available for this course. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competitive events, community service, and leadership activities provide the opportunity to apply essential standards and workplace readiness skills through authentic experiences.
     
    Specific Learning Objectives for Accounting II
     

    A

     

    GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES, ETHICS, AND ACCOUNTING CAREERS

      8%

     

    1.0

    Understand Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and professional ethics.

     

     

    2.0

    Understand career and educational opportunities in accounting.

     

    B

     

    DEPARTMENTALIZED, CORPORATE & MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

    68%

     

    3.0

    Apply accounting concepts to practices and procedures for a departmentalized merchandising business.

     

     

    4.0

    Apply accounting concepts to practices and procedures for a corporation.

     

     

    5.0

    Analyze financial data to make managerial decisions.

     

    C

     

    INVENTORY CONTROL AND COST ACCOUNTING

    24%

     

    6.0

    Apply inventory control methods.

     

     

    7.0

    Apply concepts for cost accounting procedures.

     

     
               This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop in-depth knowledge of accounting procedures and techniques utilized in solving business problems and making financial decisions. Emphasis includes departmental accounting, corporate accounting, cost accounting, and inventory control systems, managerial accounting and budgeting, and further enhancement of accounting skills. Mathematics is reinforced. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course include cooperative education, entrepreneurship, internship, mentorship, school-based enterprise, service learning, and job shadowing. Apprenticeship is not available for this course. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competitive events, community service, and leadership activities provide the opportunity to apply essential standards and workplace readiness skills through authentic experiences.
     
     Grade Assignment Scale for All Classes
     

    100-90 A

    89-80 B

    79-70 C

    69-60 D

    59-Below
     
                            Word, PPT, Publisher

               Tests, Projects                                                   35%

               Quizzes, Class Assignments/Lab Work                     40%

               Participation, Lab Hours                                        15%
               Homework, Notebook                                          10%

              
            Excel, Access 

                          Tests, Projects                                                  35%
                               Quizzes, Class Assignments/Lab Work                    40%

               Participation, Lab Hours                                        15%
               Homework, Notebook                                          10%

     
                         Accounting I       
     
                         Tests, Projects                                                                    40%
                         Quizzes, Class Assignments/Lab Work                            40%

             Participation, Lab Hours                                                    10%
             Homework, Notebook                                                        10%

     
                         Accounting II
     
                         Tests, Projects                                                                  40%
                         Quizzes, Class Assignments/Lab Work                          40%

            Participation, Lab Hours                                                   10%
            Homework, Notebook                                                       10%

                            
    Make up Work
    Daily attendance is crucial to your learning, understanding, and application of learned content.
    "Make-up work may be specific material missed by [you] the student during the absence and/or
    it may be of an enrichment or reinforcement nature." Make-up assignments must be
    scheduled with me immediately following your absence. Failure to request and/or make-up
    missed assignments will result in the grade of "0." All work, homework reading, journals, and
    class/lab work must be made up in the allotted time frame of three days. Computer lab work
    must be made up at school in the classroom. Any work assigned prior to an absence is due at the
    beginning of class on the day you return. You will need to schedule with me the time you will
    make-up computer work/tests, which will be  Wednesday and/or Thursday before
    school from 8:00 to 8:40 a.m. in room 500 within three days following your absence. You must
    be in the room no later than 8:15 a.m. to make-up work. Failure to make-up work in the allotted
    time will result in a zero. Zeroes may not be made up. You will need to see me other than 
    class time for you assignments if they are not readily available at the beginning or end of class.
     
                          Consequences
                             A. Verbal Warning
                             B. Contact Parent
                             C. D1 - Office Referral
     
                         Any situation in the classroom that is unacceptable and I am not able to use the order of
                         consequences will be referred to the office immediately.
     
                         Classroom:
                        -Students must be in his/her seat and ready to start work when the bell rings.
                        -Use the restroom between classes.
                        -You must have a pass if you need to leave the classroom.
                        -Only work for my class is to be done in my class, unless you have completed all your work to the
                          very best of your ability and have my permission.
                        -No one is to surf the Internet or play on the computers. The computers are for course work.
                         Please see the School Board Internet Policy, which we will be following.
                        -Please refer to the Reagan High School Handbook. Students should dress and wear his/her
                         clothes accordingly.