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Howard High School / Interactive Media SPRING 2013 COURSE SYLLABUS PROGRAM CONCENTRATION: Business & Computer Science CAREER PATHWAY: Interactive Media COURSE TITLE: Fundamentals of Web Design Teacher: Morgan Jarvis Room Number: 406 Semester: Spring 2013 Textbook: The Web Collection Premium Edition Textbook Price: $65.25

Email: mjarvis.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us Phone Number: 478-779-4927 Tutorial Day: Thursday Tutorial Hours: 3:00 – 4:00 Tutorial Location: 406

Department Philosophy: The Career Technology Education Department believes that education’s most important function is to provide all students with the skills needed for post-secondary and careers. This is accomplished by providing interest-based programs that meet industry standards. Course Description: Fundamentals of Web Design is the second course in the Interactive Media Career Pathway. This course will provide students with essential web page planning and development skills. Students will learn to write code manually and use graphical authoring tools. Students will also learn to work with web page layout and graphical elements, including images, hyperlinks, tables, forms, and frames. Mastery of these standards through project-based learning and leadership development activities of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will help prepare students with a competitive edge for the global marketplace. Articulation: This course is Bibb County approved and articulates with Central Georgia Technical College’s XHTML Fundamentals*. * Advanced Web Design must be taken, in addition to Fundamentals of Web Design, to articulate with XHTML Fundamentals. Course Prerequisites: Computer Applications, Computing in the Modern World Career Pathways: Course must be completed in the order listed below.

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5

Interactive Media * Computing in the Modern World * Fundamentals of Web Design * Advanced Web Design (Work-Based Learning) (Work-Based Learning)

*Required for Pathway Completion Certifications: The Interactive Media and Programming pathways prepare students with the skills needed for the following industry recognized credentials: Adobe Certified Associate’s Web Communication.


Career Choices: Occupation Specialties

Level of Education Needed

Average Salary

Graphic Designer

Bachelor’s Degree

$44,034

Desktop Publisher

Postsecondary Vocational Training

$30,680

Computer Specialist

Associate’s Degree

$55,640

Multi-Media Artist and Animator

Bachelor’s Degree

$44,554

Course Schedule Week 1 Introductions/Syllabus Week 2 Career/Ethics Week 3 Career/Ethics Week 4 HTML Code Week 5 HTML Code Week 6 File Uploads Week 7 Design Elements Week 8 Design Elements Week 9 Tables

Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14 Week 15 Week 16 Week 17 Week 18

Tables AP/DIV Elements AP/DIV Elements Multimedia Integration Multimedia Integration Multimedia Integration Maintenance Maintenance Finals

Internet Acceptable Use: Use of the Internet must be in support of education and research and consistent with the educational objectives of the Bibb County School System. The use of the Internet is a privilege, not a right, and inappropriate use will result in cancellation of those privileges. Any student user not complying with the Bibb County School System Internet Acceptable Use Agreement shall lose Internet privileges for a period of not less than one week. FBLA: Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a co-curricular national student organization designed to offer students the opportunity to participate in leadership activities both in and out of the classroom. Members have the opportunity to go on field trips, participate in competitive events, perform community service, interact with the business community, and attend state and national conferences.

Grading Scale Area Daily Assignments Tests Projects Total Daily assignments, tests, and projects comprise 85% of your final grade.

Percentage Area 40% 35% 25% 100%

Percentage

Final Exam

100%

Total The Final Exam comprises 15% of your final grade.

100%

Required Materials: Pencil, paper, folder/notebook/binder


All rules included in the Bibb County Code of Conduct Book will be enforced. Additionally, students will abide by the normal practices of the classroom. These practices include: ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

Students will respect the teacher, their fellow students, and their environment. Students will not get up out of their seat during class unless called upon. Students will take care of all necessities prior to the beginning of class (sharpening pencils, finding materials, etc.). Students will enter class and immediately begin their Activation Activity. No exceptions. Students may talk quietly during designated time-frames. Under no circumstances should students talk while the teacher is instructing. Students will sit in their assigned seat each day. The teacher reserves to right to redesign the classroom seating chart at any time. Students may not leave the class during the first 20 minutes nor the last 20 minutes of class. Students will not misuse the computers in class in any fashion (Facebook, hacking, games, etc.). Students should come to class prepared with notebook, paper, and writing utensil every day.

Students who do not act in accordance with the policies and procedures of class will be subject to the discipline policies of Howard High School and the CTAE department. Make-up Policy: It is the responsibility of the student to retrieve make-up assignments for missed school days from the teacher. Students have five (5) school days to make up missed work. After-school work can be done via appointment or on Thursdays from 3:00 – 3:30. Re-do Policy: Students who make a 69 or below on a project or text can re-do the assignment within five (5) school days. Students will receive a 70 if they pass the assignment on the second attempt. Students will not receive a grade higher than a 70 for a re-do. After-school work can be done via appointment or on Thursdays from 3:00 – 3:30. * This course does not have an End of Course Test (EOCT) * * All rules included in the Bibb County Code of Conduct book will be enforced * The course syllabus is a general plan for the course; all information contained in the course syllabus/calendar is subject to change. Any changes will be announced in class and a revised syllabus distributed to students to be shared with their parents/guardians.

Acknowledgment of Receipt: By signing below, the student and parent/guardian acknowledge that they have read and understood the contents in the 2012-2013 Fundamentals of Web Design syllabus. Student Name (Print)________________________________________ Date________________ Student Signature__________________________________________

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Parent Name (Print)________________________________________

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Parent Signature___________________________________________

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Pacing guide


Fundamentals of Web Design Instructional Focus Calendar Instructional Day #

Calendar Date

1

7‐Jan

2

8‐Jan

3

9‐Jan

4

10‐Jan

5

11‐Jan

6

14‐Jan

7

15‐Jan

8

16‐Jan

Standard Addressed

Project-Based Instruction Classroom Expectations/Syllabus Dreamweaver Lesson 1 Introduction Dreamweaver Lesson 1 - Stepby-Steps Dreamweaver Lesson 1 Projects RSW - Intro to Unit/Current Event Dreamweaver Lesson 2 Introduction Dreamweaver Lesson 2 - Stepby-Steps Dreamweaver Lesson 2 Projects

17‐Jan

Personal Business Project Web Site Planning

10

18‐Jan

11

22 J 22‐Jan

12

23‐Jan

13

24‐Jan

RSW - Lesson/Article Dreamweaver Lesson 3 Introduction Dreamweaver Lesson 3 - Stepby-Steps Dreamweaver Lesson 3 Projects

9

25‐Jan

Personal Business Project Basic Web Design

15

28‐Jan

16

29‐Jan

17

30‐Jan

RSW - Lesson/Article Dreamweaver Lesson 1-3 Review Dreamweaver Lesson 1-3 Jeopardy

18

31‐Jan

19

1‐Feb

14

Dreamweaver 1-3 Test Personal Business Project Images

Spring 2013

FBLA in the Classroom

Current Event

FBLA Scavenger Hunt

RSW - Intro to Unit/Current Event

Long-term Project

Personal Business Project - Web Site Planning FBLA Quiz #1

RSW - Lesson/Article

Personal Business Project - Basic Web Design FBLA Quiz #2

RSW - Lesson/Article

Personal Business Project - Images


Fundamentals of Web Design Instructional Focus Calendar Instructional Day #

Calendar Date

20

4‐Feb

24

5‐Feb 6‐Feb 7‐Feb 8‐Feb

25

11‐Feb

26

12‐Feb

27

13‐Feb

28

14‐Feb

29

15‐Feb

30

19‐Feb

31

20‐Feb

32

21 Feb 21‐Feb

21 22 23

22‐Feb 33 34

25‐Feb

35

26‐Feb

36

27‐Feb

37

28‐Feb

38

1‐Mar

39

4‐Mar

Standard Addressed

Spring 2013

Project-Based Instruction

FBLA in the Classroom

Current Event

RSW - Seminar #1

FBLA Creed Sporcle Activity

RSW - Seminar #1

RSW - Lesson/Article Dreamweaver Lesson 4 Introduction Dreamweaver Lesson 4 - Stepby-Steps Dreamweaver Lesson 4 Projects Personal Business Project Links

FBLA Dress Code Activity

RSW - Lesson/Article

RSW - Lesson/Article Dreamweaver Lesson 5 Introduction Dreamweaver Lesson 5 - Stepby-Steps Dreamweaver Lesson 5 Projects

FBLA Web Page Activity

Long-term Project

Mock Interview Mock Interview Mock Interview

Personal Business Project - Links RSW - Lesson/Article

Personal Business Project Tables/CSS Dreamweaver Lesson 6 Introduction Dreamweaver Lesson 6 - Stepby-Steps Dreamweaver Lesson 6 Projects Personal Business Project RSW - Writing #1 Argumentative Dreamweaver Lesson 4-6 Review

Personal Business Project - Tables/CSS

Personal Business Project FBLA Poster Activity

RSW - Writing #1 Argumentative


Fundamentals of Web Design Instructional Focus Calendar Instructional Day #

Calendar Date

Standard Addressed

40

5‐Mar

Project-Based Instruction Dreamweaver Lesson 4-6 Jeopardy

41

6‐Mar

Dreamweaver 4-6 Test

42

7‐Mar

Personal Business Project

43

8‐Mar

44

11‐Mar

45

12‐Mar

46

13‐Mar

47 48

FBLA in the Classroom

Spring 2013

Current Event

Long-term Project

Personal Business Project RSW - Lesson/Article

14‐Mar

RSW - Lesson/Article Dreamweaver Forms Introduction Dreamweaver Forms - Step-bySteps Dreamweaver Forms Projects Personal Business Project Forms

18‐Mar

RSW - Lesson/Article

RSW - Lesson/Article

19‐Mar

Personal Business Project Completion

Personal Business Project - Completion

20‐Mar

Personal Business Project Completion

Personal Business Project - Completion

Presentations

Presentations

52

21‐Mar 22‐Mar

Presentations

53

1‐Apr

54

2‐Apr

55

3‐Apr

56

4‐Apr

Presentations Dreamweaver Lesson 7 Introduction Dreamweaver Lesson 7 - Stepby-Steps Dreamweaver Lesson 7 Projects Personal Business Project Upload

57

5‐Apr

RSW - Seminar #2

58

8‐Apr

59

9‐Apr

Flash Lesson 1 - Introduction Flash Lesson 1 - Step-bySteps

60

10‐Apr

Flash Lesson 1 - Projects

49

50 51

Personal Business Project - Forms

Personal Business Project - Upload RSW - Seminar #2


Fundamentals of Web Design Instructional Focus Calendar Instructional Day #

Calendar Date

61

11‐Apr

Personal Business Project

62

12‐Apr

RSW - Lesson/Article

63

15‐Apr

64

16‐Apr

Flash Lesson 2 - Introduction Flash Lesson 2 - Step-bySteps

65

17‐Apr

Flash Lesson 2 - Projects

66

18‐Apr

Personal Business Project

67

19‐Apr

Personal Business Project

68

22‐Apr

69

23‐Apr

70 71

Standard Addressed

Project-Based Instruction

FBLA in the Classroom

Spring 2013

Current Event

RSW - Lesson/Article

Personal Business Project Personal Business Project

Flash Lesson 3 - Introduction Flash Lesson 3 - Step-bySteps

24‐Apr 25‐Apr

Flash Lesson 3 - Projects RSW - Lesson/Article

RSW - Lesson/Article

26‐Apr

RSW - Writing #2 Informative/Technical

RSW - Writing #2 Informative/Technical

72

Long-term Project Personal Business Project

73

29‐Apr

74

30‐Apr

Flash Lesson 4 - Introduction Flash Lesson 4 - Step-bySteps

75

1‐May

Flash Lesson 4 - Projects

76

2‐May

Personal Business Project

77

3‐May

RSW - Lesson/Article

78

6‐May

79

7‐May

Flash Lesson 5 - Introduction Flash Lesson 5 - Step-bySteps

80

8‐May

Flash Lesson 5 - Projects

81

9‐May

Personal Business Project

Personal Business Project RSW - Lesson/Article

Personal Business Project


Fundamentals of Web Design Instructional Focus Calendar Instructional Day #

Calendar Date

Standard Addressed

82

10‐May

RSW - Lesson/Article

83

13‐May

RSW - Writing #3 - Journal

Project-Based Instruction

FBLA in the Classroom

Spring 2013

Current Event

Long-term Project

RSW - Lesson/Article RSW - Writing #3 Journal

86

14‐May 15‐May 16‐May

87

17‐May

Personal Business Project

88

20‐May

Personal Business Project

Personal Business Project Personal Business Project

89

21‐May

Presentations

Presentations

84 85

Flash Lessons 1-5 Review Flash Lessons 1-5 Jeopardy Flash Lesson 1-5 Test


Class Projects


Project Based Instruction Spring 2013 

Project

What the students should learn…

What the students should have done….

#1 – Dreamweaver Chapter 2 – Project Builder 1

Alter metadata of a web site.

Modify metadata of an existing web site.

#2 – Dreamweaver Chapter 2 – Project Builder 2

Alter metadata of a web site.

#3 – Dreamweaver Chapter 3 – Skills Review

Create original CSS styles.

Modify metadata of an existing web site.

Create CSS styles for an existing web site and apply them.

GPS

BCS-FWD-7. Students will create web pages using GUIbased HTML editing and graphics software.

BCS-FWD-7. Students will create web pages using GUIbased HTML editing and graphics software.

BCS-FWD-7. Students will create web pages using GUIbased HTML editing and graphics software.


Class Project #1


Student Work #1


Class Project #2


Student Work #2


Class Project #3


Student Work #3


Current Event Activity


Current Event Activity #1:  Go to http://www.cnn.com/TECH/ and read a news article.  After reading, open MS Word and write a brief response to the article.   Your response should be at least 10 GOOD sentences in length.  Sentences like “I enjoyed this article.” are not GOOD sentences!   Utilize appropriate spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization in your response.    Your response to the article can be many different things.  You might have a question about the information presented, you might  be happy or unhappy, or you might have additional information to give on the subject.  If you choose an article that you are  indifferent to, then you need to read another article.  Copy and paste the URL for the article at the bottom of your response.  Your response will be graded will the following rubric:  Scale:  Grammar 

Spelling 

Capitalization 

Punctuation 

Response 

1 (Poor)  An excessive  amount of grammar  errors (10+)          An excessive  amount of spelling  errors (10+)          An excessive  amount of  capitalization errors  (10+)          An excessive  amount of  punctuation errors  (10+)          Response is not  reasoned poorly;  and/or shows that  article was not  understood 

         

2 (Below Average)  Multiple grammar  errors (7‐9) 

3 (Average)  Multiple grammar  errors (4‐7) 

4 (Above Average)  Few grammar  errors (1‐3) 

5 (Excellent)  No grammar errors 

 

 

 

 

Multiple spelling  errors (7‐9) 

Multiple spelling  errors (4‐7) 

Few spelling errors  (1‐3) 

No spelling errors 

 

 

 

 

Multiple  Multiple  Few capitalization  capitalization errors  capitalization errors  errors (1‐3)  (7‐9)  (4‐7) 

No capitalization  errors 

 

 

 

 

Multiple  punctuation errors  (7‐9) 

Multiple  punctuation errors  (4‐7) 

Few punctuation  errors (1‐3) 

No punctuation  errors 

 

 

 

 

Response is not  well‐reasoned;  and/or shows that  article was barely  understood 

Response is  reasoned on  average level;  and/or shows that  article was  somewhat  understood   

Response is well‐ reasoned; and/or  shows that article  was well‐ understood 

Response is  reasoned  exceptionally;  and/or that article  was understood  very well 

 

 

 


Current Events  2012­ 2013   

Class Fundamentals of Web Design 

 

Current Event

 

RSW Activity – 3/1/13 


Current Event Work


Investing    Currently, stock markets around the world have experienced ups and downs the past week.  Therefore, they’re looking for direction in order to properly add consistency to their gains. However,  during the beginning of the New Year, DOW, NASDAQ, and S&P nearly reached all‐time highs. Around  the world, European markets slowly rose thanks to China and their imports and exports. Asian markets  stayed mixed when some stocks rose and fell.   Old Tech Gadgets    This article talks about how new gadgets aren’t necessarily the way to go when buying  technology. For instance, the author describes how buying the iPhone 4S instead of the iPhone 5 will  save you about 50%. The reason he suggests buying the iPhone 4S is because of the new improvements  of the 5 aren’t that different from the 4S. Also, he also includes cameras that follow the same concept.  While one camera might offer more features, they both offer similar qualities. If you want to sell your  old gadgets, the article says you’re better off selling them on Amazon and Craigslist rather than sites like  Gazelle.    Phillip Kim 


Jimmy Fambro  WHY 4G MAY LEAD TO BIGGER SMARTPHONE BILLS     This article is talking about how upgrading to a 4G smartphone may make your phone bill more  expensive. It is shown that the average American uses about 6.2 gigabytes of data, while the phone  companies only give you a 2GB data package. Within the next 5 years, if your data plan stays the same  your phone bill will grow by 40 dollars. he wide-spread roll-out of 4G, the lightning-fast wireless networks that all four of the major carriers are in the process of deploying across the country, is expected to be the main culprit. 4G is capable of speeds comparable to your home broadband service, and it's about 10 times faster than 3G. By 2017, Cisco predicts that the average smartphone connection speed will grow three times faster.

IDC SAYS ANDROID IS THE NEW KING OF TABLET MARKET SHARE   This article is about the comparison of Apple’s iPad and Android tablets sales. The iPad is still the world’s  best selling tablet by 2011. But Android is gaining more ground and better sells compared to the iPad. It  is predicted that android tablets will have a great lead on Apple’s iPad by 2014. 


FBLA Activity


Scavenger Hunt Name: ______________________________________ Date: __________________________ Period: ________ Future Business Leaders of America

Purpose: To explore and learn about Future Business Leaders of America Instructions: Using the Internet, answer the questions below. Go to the FBLA-PBL National web site: www.fbla-pbl.org. (You may have to type this address in your address bar!) 1. From the National site, click on “About FBLA-PBL�. Future Business Leaders of AmericaPhi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. What are four divisions of FBLA-PBL, Inc? 1. 2. 3. 4. 2. Click on GOALS under the main navigation on the left. Write 4 Goals of FBLA. 1. 2. 3. 4. 3. Click on MISSION & PLEDGE under the main navigation on the left What is the mission of FBLA? 4. Move your mouse to the top of the page. Hover over the word FBLA until the menu appears. Click on Business Achievement Awards. What are Business Achievement Awards? 5. What are the four levels of the Business Achievement Awards? 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. The Future Award Focuses on what? 7. Click PREVIEW FUTURE AWARD ACTIVITIES. Complete the following on the Future Award Level. Write 2 other activities that you could SERVICE: Write the 2 required complete for this area activities.. 1. 1. 2. 2.


EDUCATION: Write the 2 required activities. 1. 2. PROGRESS: Write the 3 required activities. 1. 2. 3.

Write the 3 other activities that you could complete for this area. 1. 2. 3. Write the other 3 activities that you could complete for this area. 1. 2. 3.

Now, how easy was that? You can earn your FUTURE LEVEL AWARD! Then, move onto your BUSINESS LEVEL! Explore what the Business level award has its requirements! Work your way up and you can earn a scholarship for after completing LEADER and AMERICA level! 7. Click on Competitive Events on the links on the left side of the screen. The FBLA-PBL National Awards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. Students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills at the region, state & national level. Competitive events fall into three categories. What are they and what is the focus of each category? 1. 2. 3. 8. Click on the COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDELINES. A pdf file will open. Wait for it. Once it opens, read the first page which is a list of the competitive events offered through FBLA (details begin on page 12). Find 3 events that you feel you could compete in based on your grade level, eligibility, and skills! Write the event name for 3 areas that you could win in (or that grab your attention)! State individual, team, or chapter event for each event along with a write the description of the event category. Event name Select one: Include a description of the event 1. Individual Event

2.

Individual Event

3.

Individual Event


Explore the National FBLA site www.fbla-pbl.org more if you wish, but now it is time to move on to the GEORGIA FBLA site. Click http://www.gafbla.org/fbla/ 9. Who is the STATE PRESIDENT of FBLA? 10. Let’s explore the CONFERENCES offered by Georgia FBLA this year. CLICK CONFERENCES at the top of the page and answer the following questions. 1. When and where is Fall Motivational Rally? Where When 2. When and where is State Leadership Conference 2010? Where When 3. When and where is National Leadership Conference? Where When


FBLA Work


Scavenger Hunt Name: ____Jimmy Fambro______________ Date: __________________________ Period: ________ Future Business Leaders of America

Purpose: To explore and learn about Future Business Leaders of America Instructions: Using the Internet, answer the questions below. Go to the FBLA-PBL National web site: www.fbla-pbl.org. (You may have to type this address in your address bar!) 1. From the National site, click on “About FBLA-PBL�. Future Business Leaders of AmericaPhi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. What are four divisions of FBLA-PBL, Inc? 1. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students 2. FBLA-Middle Level for junior high, middle, and intermediate school students 3. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for postsecondary students 4. Professional Division for businesspeople, FBLA-PBL alumni, educators, and parents who support the goals of the association

2. Click on GOALS under the main navigation on the left. Write 4 Goals of FBLA. 1. Develop competent, aggressive business leadership. 2. Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work. 3. Encourage and practice efficient money management. 4. Facilitate the transition from school to work. 3. Click on MISSION & PLEDGE under the main navigation on the left What is the mission of FBLA?

To bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

4. Move your mouse to the top of the page. Hover over the word FBLA until the menu appears. Click on Business Achievement Awards. What are Business Achievement Awards? The Business Achievement Awards (BAA) are an aggressive, self-directed, results-based business and leadership program designed to compliment academics while accelerating a student's leadership skills. The awards focus on the words surrounding the FBLA Crest: Service, Education, and Progress. There is a heavy emphasis on education with integrated classroom projects.

5. What are the four levels of the Business Achievement Awards? 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. The Future Award Focuses on what?

This award focuses on basic business skills, introduction to community service, and FBLA involvement at the local level. Pins will be sent to the local chapter adviser for presentation at a local awards ceremony or local FBLA event.


7. Click PREVIEW FUTURE AWARD ACTIVITIES. Complete the following on the Future Award Level. Write 2 other activities that you could SERVICE: Write the 2 required complete for this area activities.. 1. Help your chapter adviser(s) with activities to 1. Donate five (5) hours of service to an educational or service organization. 2. Prepare a bulletin board or display promoting FBLA.

celebrate American Enterprise Day or FBLA-PBL Week. 2. Become a pen pal with a senior citizen, a child in a hospital, a child in another country, or a soldier in the military.

EDUCATION: Write the 2 required activities. 1. Complete the advertising slogans worksheet 2. Using a spreadsheet, create a one-month

Write the 3 other activities that you could complete for this area. 1. Complete the advertising slogans worksheet

budget for yourself or for your local chapter

2. 3.

Write a one-page paper on a business career

Visit http://www.brainbench.com/ and register and take a free certification test.

PROGRESS: Write the 3 required activities. 1. Complete the programs worksheet 2. Bring a friend who is a nonmember to a local

chapter FBLA meeting. Prepare an invitation inviting students to 3. attend the next FBLA meeting.

Write the other 3 activities that you could complete for this area. Prepare an invitation inviting students to 1. attend the next FBLA meeting.

2. Bring a friend who is a nonmember to a local chapter FBLA meeting. 3. Write a one-page paper on a business career

Now, how easy was that? You can earn your FUTURE LEVEL AWARD! Then, move onto your BUSINESS LEVEL! Explore what the Business level award has its requirements! Work your way up and you can earn a scholarship for after completing LEADER and AMERICA level! 7. Click on Competitive Events on the links on the left side of the screen. The FBLA-PBL National Awards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. Students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills at the region, state & national level. Competitive events fall into three categories. What are they and what is the focus of each category? 1. The FBLA-PBL National Awards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of

2.

3.

business and career-related areas. At the State Leadership Conferences, students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills. Top state winners are then eligible to compete for national awards at the National Leadership Conference each summer Each event is governed by specific guidelines and rating sheets that can be found below, and in the Competitive Events section of the Chapter Management Handbook, updated and published each August. Make sure you are using the most recent version of the guidelines to prepare for your competition. Competitive events fall into three categories: individual, team, and chapter. Individual and team events focus on skills useful in leadership and career development; chapter events recognize overall achievement and performance in chapter management and growth.


8. Click on the COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDELINES. A file will open. Wait for it. Once it opens, read the first page which is a list of the competitive events offered through FBLA (details begin on page 12). Find 3 events that you feel you could compete in based on your grade level, eligibility, and skills! Write the event name for 3 areas that you could win in (or that grab your attention)! State individual, team, or chapter event for each event along with a write the description of the event category. Event name Select one: Include a description of the event 1. Modified Events Individual Event in a pilot event does not disqualify a member from competing in the same event once it becomes an official competition. 2. Team Events

Individual Event In the case of an entry submitted by a team, rather than an individual, one member of the team may have been involved.

3. Pilot Events

Individual Event Participation in a pilot event does not disqualify a member from competing in the same event once it becomes an official competition.

Explore the National FBLA site www.fbla-pbl.org more if you wish, but now it is time to move on to the GEORGIA FBLA site. Click http://www.gafbla.org/fbla/ 9. Who is the STATE PRESIDENT of FBLA? Nikitas Kanellakopoulos 10. Let’s explore the CONFERENCES offered by Georgia FBLA this year. CLICK CONFERENCES at the top of the page and answer the following questions. 1. When and where is Fall Motivational Rally? Where: Perry, Georgia When 10/11 2. When and where is State Leadership Conference 2010? March 9th through March 12th. Where: When


3. When and where is National Leadership Conference? Where When


Scavenger Hunt Name: _______Dashunae Martin_____________ Date: __________________________ Period: ________ Future Business Leaders of America

Purpose: To explore and learn about Future Business Leaders of America Instructions: Using the Internet, answer the questions below. Go to the FBLA-PBL National web site: www.fbla-pbl.org. (You may have to type this address in your address bar!) 1. From the National site, click on “About FBLA-PBL�. Future Business Leaders of AmericaPhi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. What are four divisions of FBLA-PBL, Inc? 1. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students 2. FBLA-Middle Level for junior high, middle, and intermediate school students 3. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for postsecondary students 4. Professional Division for businesspeople, FBLA-PBL alumni, educators, and parents who support the goals of the association.

2. Click on GOALS under the main navigation on the left. Write 4 Goals of FBLA. 1. Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals. 2. Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty. 3. 3. Facilitate the transition from school to work. 4. Develop competent, aggressive business leadership Click on MISSION & PLEDGE under the main navigation on the left What is the mission of FBLA? Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

3. Move your mouse to the top of the page. Hover over the word FBLA until the menu appears. Click on Business Achievement Awards. What are Business Achievement Awards? The Business Achievement Awards (BAA) are an aggressive, self-directed, results-based business and leadership program designed to compliment academics while accelerating a student's leadership skills. The awards focus on the words surrounding the FBLA Crest: Service, Education, and Progress. There is a heavy emphasis on education with integrated classroom projects.

4. What are the four levels of the Business Achievement Awards? 1. Future Award 2. Business Award 3. Leader Award 4. America Award 6. The Future Award Focuses on what?

This award focuses on basic business skills, introduction to community service, and FBLA involvement at the local level. Pins will be sent to the local chapter adviser for presentation at a local awards ceremony or local FBLA event.

7. Click PREVIEW FUTURE AWARD ACTIVITIES. Complete the following on the Future Award Level.


SERVICE: Write the 2 required activities.. 1. Activity 1 Communications/Service Learning Required. 2.

Activity 2 Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs Required.

Write 2 other activities that you could complete for this area 1. Activity 7 Communications/Service Learning 2. Activity 4 Communications/Service Learning

EDUCATION: Write the 2 required activities. 1. Activity 9 Technology/FBLA

Write the 3 other activities that you could complete for this area. 1. Activity 15 Career Awareness and

Organization and National Programs

Exploration 2. Activity 11 Accounting

2. There’s only one that’s required PROGRESS: Write the 3 required activities. 1. Activity 17 Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs Required. 2. Activity 18 Communications/FBLA Organization and National Programs Required

3. 3.

Activity 10 Marketing

Write the other 3 activities that you could complete for this area. 1. Activity 24 Communications 2. Activity 23 Communications/Technology 3. Activity 20 Communications/Career Exploration

Now, how easy was that? You can earn your FUTURE LEVEL AWARD! Then, move onto your BUSINESS LEVEL! Explore what the Business level award has its requirements! Work your way up and you can earn a scholarship for after completing LEADER and AMERICA level! 7. Click on Competitive Events on the links on the left side of the screen. The FBLA-PBL National Awards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. Students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills at the region, state & national level. Competitive events fall into three categories. What are they and what is the focus of each category? 1. Individual-focus on skills useful in leadership and career development 2. team events-focus on skills useful in leadership and career development 3. Chapter events- recognize overall achievement and performance in chapter management and growth.

8. Click on the COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDELINES. A pdf file will open. Wait for it. Once it opens, read the first page which is a list of the competitive events offered through FBLA (details begin on page 12). Find 3 events that you feel you could compete in based on


your grade level, eligibility, and skills! Write the event name for 3 areas that you could win in (or that grab your attention)! State individual, team, or chapter event for each event along with a write the description of the event category. Event name Select one: Include a description of the event 1. Future Business Leader Individual Event General Management

2.

Job Interview

Individual Event

3.

Help Desk

Individual Event

Human Resources Management

Information Support and Services

Explore the National FBLA site www.fbla-pbl.org more if you wish, but now it is time to move on to the GEORGIA FBLA site. Click http://www.gafbla.org/fbla/ 9. Who is the STATE PRESIDENT of FBLA? Sarah Beth Marchett 10. Let’s explore the CONFERENCES offered by Georgia FBLA this year. CLICK CONFERENCES at the top of the page and answer the following questions. 1. When and where is Fall Motivational Rally? When 2012 Where Ga National Fair, Perry Ga 2. When and where is State Leadership Conference 2010? Where Hyatt Regency Atlanta When March 15-16 3. When and where is National Leadership Conference? Where Anaheim, California When 2013


Student presentations


Student Presentations  2012­ 2013   

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Project

Fundamentals of Web Design – Spring 2013 

Blooms & Bulbs Web Site 

Fundamentals of Web Design – Spring 2013 

TripSmart Web Site 

Fundamentals of Web Design – Spring 2013 

Carolyne’s Creations Web Site 

 

 


career development


Teacher  Jarvis                         

Class  Advanced Web Design  Advanced Web Design  Advanced Web Design  Advanced Web Design  Computer Applications  Computer Applications  Computer Applications  Computing in the Modern  World  Fundamentals of Web  Design  Fundamentals of Web  Design  Fundamentals of Web  Design  Fundamentals of Web  Design 

Assignment  Career Portfolio  Career Research Activity  Guest Speaker  Mock Interview  Career Portfolio  Guest Speaker  Mock Interview  Computing Research  Project  Career Portfolio 

Date  Spring  Fall & Spring  Fall & Spring  Spring  Spring  Fall & Spring  Fall & Spring  Fall  Spring 

Career Research Activity 

Fall & Spring 

Guest Speaker 

Fall & Spring 

Mock Interview 

Spring 


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