Weekly outline

  • General


    Teacher:  Mrs. Jeanine Bellinger
    Email:  jbellinger@shepherdschools.net
    • Introduction

      Business Foundations prepares students for entry-level employment opportunities in today’s rapidly changing work environment. Students will gain skills in database management, desktop publishing, presentations, ebusiness, basic checking and payroll functions, money management, records management (paper and electronic), business ethics, International travel and etiquette and Digital Citizenship. Students will use multi-media to incorporate sound, video, animation and graphics into projects. Students may earn free college credits with Davenport University and Ferris State University (see teacher or counselor for further details). Students will also successfully complete the State of Michigan CTE Assessment for General Management after 7 segments have been completed.

    • Bell Ringers

      • Week 8 - April 30-May 4

        Monday
        No school - PD Day for teachers

        Tuesday

        Learning Objective:  To learn how employers use databases to keep track of important information and how to create and set up a table and being inputting records of information into the table.
        Agenda:
        • Finish Shopping Spree - Email to jbellinger@shepherdschools.net

        Wednesday

        Learning Objective: Students will be able to identify and demonstrate the RibbonBackstage view, Navigation paneDocument Tabs bar in Access.

        Agenda:

        • Introduction to Databases
        • Click on the link above, read through the information and complete the worksheet (handout)
        • Learn what a database is and how they are useful
        • Learn about objects
        • Click on the link above and follow Mrs. Bellinger

        Thursday

        Shepherd, Michigan made the national news

        The Harbor - Relationships - Critical Thinking

        Bell Ringer - Click on the "Intro to Databases Bell Ringer 5-3-18" above under Bell Ringers and answer the questions.  This is not a quiz, however, it is an individual assessment to see what you know.  Do not use the Internet or your neighbor to answer the questions.  This is just what YOU know.

        Learning Objective: Students will be able to work with tables in Access.

        Agenda:


        Friday

        Learning Objective: Students will be able to create a database of friends with various fields.

        Agenda:


        • Use Microsoft Access to create a list of friends, birthdate, eye color and age



        • Week 12 - May 28-June 1

          Monday

          Memorial Day - No school


          Tuesday


          Learning Objective:   Begin learning about how a business person would go about doing business in various overseas countries. Students will choose a country and research cultural etiquette aspects such as the country's attitude towards time and work, how to greet people, dress, religious impact, verbal and non-verbal communication.  To research your country to learn about what you would consider if you had to travel there to do business.
          Agenda:
          • Go over How to present
          • Sign up to present on Google Doc
          • PowerPoint Presentations


          Wednesday - Loons Game

          Students not going on the Loons field trip must complete the assignments below:

          Learning Objective:  For students to learn about the importance of their digital footprint, where it comes from, and how it can affect them
          Agenda:  

          Thursday
          Learning Objective:   Begin learning about how a business person would go about doing business in various overseas countries. Students will choose a country and research cultural etiquette aspects such as the country's attitude towards time and work, how to greet people, dress, religious impact, verbal and non-verbal communication.  To research your country to learn about what you would consider if you had to travel there to do business.

          Agenda:
          • PowerPoint Presentations
          • Khaila, Hallie, Meg, Rebekah, Via, Grace (not necessarily in that order)


          Friday

          Learning Objective:   Begin learning about how a business person would go about doing business in various overseas countries. Students will choose a country and research cultural etiquette aspects such as the country's attitude towards time and work, how to greet people, dress, religious impact, verbal and non-verbal communication.  To research your country to learn about what you would consider if you had to travel there to do business.

          Agenda:
          • PowerPoint Presentations
          • Ethan, Olivia, Dane, Sydney, Jacob & Shelby (not necessarily in that order)



          • Week 13 - June 4-8

            Monday

            Learning Objective:  Students will be able to reflect on the lessons they have learned in high school

            Agenda: Watch the video
            Video
            10 Valuable Life Lessons Learned Activity


            Tuesday

            Learning Objective:  Students will be able to successfully review for the exam

            Agenda:  Jacob PowerPoint Presentation
            Review Excel and Access


              Wednesday

              3rd hour exam

              Thursday 1/2 day

              1st and 2nd hour exams


              Friday 1/2 day

              4th and 5th hour exams

              summer