Week of June 8th-June 12th

This is your last week of school and our last class!


***We will be meeting from 10:00-11:30 on 6/9/20.  We will meet for 1 1/2 hours.***

I am available to chat via Microsoft Teams or you can email me at longjd@pwcs.edu during this time.  


I will also be available during office hour times this Thursday 6/11/20 from 1:30 to 3:00.  If you have any questions I will be on Microsoft Teams or you can email me with questions if you need help with any of the modules.

During this time, you will resume working on practicing your typing and working on Modules in AES just like we have been doing earlier this quarter.


The schedule for Tuesday 6/9/20 is as follows:


20 minutes
Typing.com through Clever

40 minutes
AES:  This week you will start a new module called Management.  
Complete Unit 2 "Management Types" with the following sections:
1: Operations Management
2: Human Resource Management
Management Types Unit Quiz (Not for a Grade)


30 minutes
Everfi:  Please go to Everfi through Clever and work on the Venture Modules.  Finish 
Any Modules or Quizzes that you have not completed.


Clever Link-Typing Practice and Everfi

Office 365 Online Link

Log into SLMS


Log into AES

AES Period 6 Class Code Join-J2SNL

AES Period 7 Class Code Join- GW6CC

CTE Competancies

Description

Activities

#31-34

Exploring Entrepreneurship
Identify characteristics of successful entrepreneurs.
Identify basic skills required of entrepreneurs.
Explain the benefits and risks of starting a business.
Compare major types of business ownership.

AES Entrepenuership Modules
Everfi Venture Modules

#48, 51, 52

Developing a Financial Plan
Estimate business income and expenses.
Set a profit goal.
Identify sources of capital.

AES - Entrepenuership Modules
Everfi Venture Modules

#1-22

Workplace Readiness Skills

AES Digital Literacy Lessons
Workplace Readiness Review Lessons

 #35,36,38  

Conducting a Needs Assessment

Identify customer needs and wants.

Define the steps of market research.

Analyze the competitive environment.

 AES Entrepenuership Modules
Everfi Venture Lessons


Potomac Middle School

 

Name of Course:                   Business Fundamentals - 7th Grade

Term:                                     2019-2020 Academic Year

Instructor Information:        Mr. James Long                    Email:             longjd@pwcs.edu

Room:                                     1225                                       

Course Description

Students design, establish, and operate a small-group or class business, producing a service or product that meets an identified school or community need. Emphasis is placed on the introduction and application of business terminology, basic entrepreneurship concepts, and fundamental business principles. Basic academic skills (mathematics, science, English, and history/social science) and Microsoft Office skills are integrated into this course.

Classroom (“Office”) Expectations

Excellent communication skills are essential in the business world.  To practice these skills, students will treat our classroom as a formal office and use a professional manner of speech at all times.  Time management is another skill critical to success in business.  Students are expected to be seated in class on time and prepared to participate.  Assignments and due dates will be posted on the class webpage. Students should check it regularly, especially during absences, to ensure that they are current in their work. 

Required Daily Supplies

Students should have their agenda, paper, and pencil/pen every class period to take notes.  Students will have school-based Microsoft 365 accounts.  This will allow them access to email and at-home downloads of Office products.  Students will need one pocket folder with the three-prong center to hold their business notebook and that will remain in the classroom.  A corporate binder will be provided to each “company.”

Course Objectives

  • Demonstration of Workplace Readiness Skills: Personal Qualities and People, Professional Knowledge and Skills, and Technology Knowledge and Skills
  • Address Elements of Student Life
  • Explore Entrepreneurship
  • Conduct a Needs Assessment

 

  • Plan for a Product or Service
  • Understand a Business Plan
  • Prepare a Marketing Strategy
  • Develop a Financial Plan
  • Staff a Business
  • Operate and Evaluate a Business

 

 

Grading Scale

100 - 90 = A

86 – 80 = B

76 – 70= C

66-60=D

89 - 87 = B+

79 – 77= C+

69 – 67= D+

59 and below = F

 

 

 

Assessments

 

A variety of assessments will be used to determine grades.  The academic grades will be based upon a combination of formative assessments (class work, homework, quick checks), worth 20% of the course grade and summative assessments (quizzes, tests, individual and group projects), worth 80% of the course grade.  Students may retake summative assessments within five days of the original assessment date. 

 

Students will be assessed in two other categories: Conduct and Effort/Work Habits.  These will reflect achievement of O, S, or U—Outstanding, Satisfactory, or Unsatisfactory.

 

To measure the effectiveness of curriculum implementation, department and/or course examinations have been developed to reflect the objectives in the curriculum.  These assessments will assist students and teachers with monitoring and understanding content mastery.

 

Assignments

Assignments that have specific due dates are due on those dates.  All assignments must be typed unless otherwise noted.  Assignments not completed within our class time will become homework and are due at the beginning of the next class.  Late assignments will be accepted until the retake of the summative assessment.

Make-Up Policy

If a student is absent, he or she will have one class period to make-up any missed work for excused absences.  If the student is out of school for a lengthy absence, other arrangements can be made for catching up on missed assignments, quizzes and tests.  It is the responsibility of the student to keep track of all work that is due.

 

Career and Technical Education Curriculum

http://cteresource.org/verso/categories/business-management-and-administration

 

School Website

https://potomacms.pwcs.edu/

I am dedicated to each student’s future and success.  If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me.