All Terrain Brain logo Assignments for 6th Grade Middle School Business Education and Computer Science Education

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Google Login - Join 6a or Join 6b

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Business & Financial Literacy Unit + Coding
 
EQ:  How do I distinguish financial truths (wisdom) from error to build financial fitness?

Green Financial Scholars Program
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Day79-82 (Monday-Thursday)
:
Microtype + Computer Coding Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Finish to work on Lessons in code.org.  See me when you finish.
  3. Finish Microtype


 

Storytelling Fashion & Design Art Friends
       
Social Media Sports Music & Sound Game Design
1. Storytelling

In Storytelling, students use computer science to tell fun and interactive stories. Storytelling emphasizes creativity by encouraging club members to tell a unique story each day.
2. Fashion & Design

In Fashion & Design, students learn how computer science and technology are used in the fashion industry while building fashion-themed programs, like a fashion walk, a stylist tool, and a pattern maker.
3. Art

In Art, students create animations, interactive artwork, photograph filters, and other exciting, artistic projects.
4. Friends

In Friends, students create projects for a friend! Projects include telling the story of how the friendship started, making a cooperative game, and imagining a company together.
5. Social Media

In Social Media, students create fun social media style applications and games while learning about the computer science concepts that enable these programs to work.
6. Sports

In Sports, students use computer science to simulate extreme sports, make their own fitness gadget commercial, and create commentary for a big sporting event.
7.Music & Sound

In Music & Sound, students use the computer to play musical notes, create a music video, and build an interactive music display while learning how programming is used to create music.
8. Game Design

In Game Design, students learn basic video game coding concepts by making different types of games, including racing, platform, launching, and more!
9. Animation Advanced

Students create fun and complex animated projects. This is an advanced curriculum, which means it teaches new concepts that are recommended for students who have already participated in at least two other CS First themes.
     
Day78 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Finish to work on Lessons in code.org.  See me when you finish.


 

 
 
Day77 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Finish to work on Lessons in code.org.  See me when you finish.


 

 
 
Day76 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Finish,
  3. Continue to work on Lessons in Tynker.  See me when you finish.

 

Day75 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Finish,
  3. Continue to work on Lessons in Tynker.  See me when you finish.

 

Day74 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Next,
  3. Continue to work on Lessons in Tynker.  See me when you finish.

  4. Google Login - Join 6a or Join 6b
  5. Step 1: Join code.org
  6. Step 2: Join 6a or Join 6b

 

Day73 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Next,
  3. Continue to work on Lessons in Tynker.  See me when you finish Candy Quest and Pattern Maker

 

Day72 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Next,
  3. Continue to work on Lessons in Tynker.  See me when you finish Candy Quest and Pattern Maker

 

Day71 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Next,
  3. Continue to work on Lessons in Tynker.  See me when you finish Candy Quest and Pattern Maker

 

Day70 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Next,
  3. 6a Class Code: 52640947

     
  4. 6b Class Code: 29646700

 

Day69 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship 
  2. Next,
  3. 6a Class Code: 52640947

     
  4. 6b Class Code: 29646700

 

Day68 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.
  3. The Vault - Outline - Quiz
  1. Now open your "At the Mall" Google Slide and continue where you left off or take the At the Mall-Quiz
  2. WEST TERRACE:

    Shuman's Shoes
    Shuman’s Shoes
    Lesson: Ads and Endorsements
    There are lots of different kinds of ads. Here, visitors can design their own poster for a shoe sale or listen to a popular DJ’s endorsement to determine whether it’s an ad.
    Market Match Wireless
    Market-Match Wireless
    Lesson: Targeted Marketing
    Businesses use target marketing to reach specific audiences. Visitors can learn more about target marketing by matching different styles of cell phones with their target audiences. Play this matching game again and again to beat your best time.
    Gr8 Gadgets
    Gr8 Gadgets
    Lesson: False or Misleading Ads
    Misleading ads cause lots of problems for businesses and consumers. Visitors watch a misleading commercial and then learn how it has caused problems for everyone involved. They also learn how the FTC prosecutes companies that intentionally mislead consumers.
    The Nutrition Emporium
    Nutrition Emporium
    Lesson: Advertising Claims
    Companies are responsible for the claims they make in their advertisements. Visitors learn more by examining a print ad with suspicious claims.

    SECURITY PLAZA:

    Network Security Kiosk
    Network Security Kiosk
    Lesson: Online Safety
    Network security officer Jim shares some prized possessions to show how to keep your computers and personal information safe while you’re online.
     
    Mall Security Office Mall Security Office
    Lesson: Identity Theft
    Will’s laptop has been stolen! At the security office, visitors learn who stole it, and find out what a stolen laptop has to do with identity theft. They also can ask questions about identity theft and learn how to avoid it.
    Book Café
    Book Café
    Lesson: Privacy and Personal Information
    Emily asks visitors for help designing her online profile. Find out the consequences of posting personal information online and get tips about when it’s appropriate to share.
    The Arcade
    The Arcade
    Lesson: Protect Personal Information
    At the arcade, visitors defend against Cyclorean space invaders who want to steal Earthlings’ personal information. They also learn why their personal information is valuable and what’s so important about a Social Security number.

    EAST TERRACE

    Clothing Co.
    Clothing Co.
    Lesson: Modeling Scams
    Isaac finds out from a modeling agent that he’s “got the look.” With Emily’s help, visitors can convince Isaac that the amazing offer is a scam, and that he shouldn’t pay for the promise of success.
    Kablamo! Comics
    Kablamo! Comics
    Lesson: Job Scams
    Keno tells visitors how he fell for a job scam and offers advice on how to avoid the same fate. Meanwhile, Captain Noscam’s game lets visitors blast key words and phrases that are used frequently in scams.
    Maggie’s Miracle Cart
    Maggie’s Miracle Cart
    Lesson: Miracle Products
    VeggieWow gives you a boost, improves your memory and clears your skin! Really? Visitors see pitches for several “miracle” products, and then work with Emily to find the clues that show these products aren’t all they claim to be.
    Free Vacations!
    Free Vacations!
    Lesson: Sweepstakes and Giveaways
    Visitors can earn a free vacation if they hit just the right spot on the spinning wheel. After they win, they learn there’s a catch. The mall security officer helps them sniff out this scam.

    FOOD COURT:

    Pizza, Pizza, Pizza
    Pizza Pizza Pizza
    Lesson: Competition
    Companies compete with each other by offering some combination of higher quality, lower prices, more choices, and better service. Visitors listen to three different sales pitches for pizza to determine which one appeals to them most.
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Lesson: Supply & Demand
    The price of goods is usually determined by supply, demand, and production costs. Here, visitors guess the retail price of various candies by considering these factors.
    Cinema
    Cinema
    Lesson: History of American Business Competition
    The FTC is guided by important laws: the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the FTC Act. Visitors can learn more about the history of the FTC and its role in American commerce by watching a short video and asking questions afterward.
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Lesson: Mergers
    Some mergers eliminate competition, but not all mergers are bad. Often consumers benefit because the merger combines desirable qualities from two different companies. Visitors listen to a conversation to learn more about mergers and the FTC’s role overseeing them.

 

Day67 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.
  3. The Vault - Outline - Quiz
  1. Now open your "At the Mall" Google Slide and continue where you left off or take the At the Mall-Quiz
  2.  

 

Day66 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.
  3. The Vault - Outline - Quiz
  1. Now open your "At the Mall" Google Slide and continue where you left off.

 

Day65 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.
  3. The Vault - Outline - Quiz
  1. Now open your "At the Mall" Google Slide and continue where you left off.
  2.  

 

Congratulations to the Primerica Success Finalists:
And the Winners are...
6a Class:
  1. Amelia Hildebrand
  2. Gerardo Andujar
  3. Aniya Pauling
  4. Kayla Widy
  5. Rida Merani
  6. Faith Burke
  7. *Sakina Bhinderwala
  8. *Arianna Hardy
  9. *Harper Kurth
  10. *Hannah Murdock

*Alternates


6b Class:

  1. Nevin Gregory
  2. Zaviar Mehdi
  3. Alyssa Anderson
  4. Asha Palacherla
  5. Haleigh Luera
  6. Abe Michael
  7. *Paige Saul
  8. *TJ Wilson
  9. *Tori Cox
  10. *Isabel George

*Alternates


*Please share these speeches with me: rhames@crews.org
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Primerica Challenge Essay Challenge:

  1. What does living successful look like to me?
  2. What career will I choose to live successfully?
  3. How will that change others lives for the better?
  4. How will I take that success and transform my community in a positive way to live beyond my lifetime?
Day66 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.
  1. Now open your "At the Mall" Google Slide and continue where you left off.

 

Day64 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.
  1. Now open your "At the Mall" Google Slide and continue where you left off.
  2.  

 

Day63 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.
  1. Now open your "At the Mall" Google Slide and continue where you left off.
  2.  

 

Day64 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.
Day62 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.

  3. Green Financial Scholars Program
     
    The Vault - Outline - Quiz
    1. Responsible Money Choices - (What Kind of Spender are YOU?)
      • Good and Bad Decisions with Money
        • Analyze the trade offs between saving and spending and good and bad decisions
      • Understanding Money
        • Compare different financial sources that inform financial decision-making
      • Making Your Own Money Decisions
        • Create a saving plan to meet short- and long-term goals
      • Controlling Personal Information
        • Compare types of personal financial information and safe vs. unsafe circumstances to disclose that information.

    Terms

    • Short-term goal
    • Long-term goal
    • Want
    • Need
    • Opportunity cost
    1. Income & Careers - Exploring Careers -(Bureau of Labor Statistics)
      • Your Career (Take the Millionaire's Quiz)
        • Evaluate different career options based on interests, knowledge and abilities
      • Making Money
        • Compare different opportunities to earn money through earnings, wages and salaries as adults and as kids
      • Taxes
        • Examine the high-level role of taxes, how they are collected and how they are used

    Terms

    1. Making Plans with Money
      • Spending and Saving
        • Create and balance a budget between needs vs. wants
      • Paying for Things
        • Compare different banking and payment options and analyze the role of banks
      • Spending Responsibly
        • Apply smart decision-making strategies to purchases
      • Giving to Charity
        • Examine the value of giving to charity and identify opportunities for charitable contributions
      • Things with Value
        • Categorize household and inherited assets and recognize their value

    Terms

    • Expense
    • Income
    • Budget
    • Balanced Budget
    1. Credit & Borrowing
      • Credit (Take the Credit Card Quiz)
        • Compare differences between buying with cash and buying with credit
        • Explain why credit is a form of borrowing and why institutions lend money
      • Responsible Borrowing
        • Recognize and identify the charactersitics of a responsible, reliable borrower

    Terms

    • Credit
    • Interest
    1. Insurance & Safety (What is Insurance?)
      • Controlling Risks
        • Explain how households manage risk
      • Healthy Insurance
        • Analyze the uses and benefits of health insurance

    Terms

    • Risk
    • Risk Management
    • Risk Prevention
    1. Savings & Investing
      • Savings
        • Compare different savings vehicles
        • Examine the role of budgeting to control spending and manage saving
      • Investing (The Power of 72)
        • Explain the basic concept of investing and identify common investing vehicles

    Terms

    • Savings
    • Budget
    • Expense
    • Interest
     
Day61 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  2. Pick up where you left off with the Vault.

  3. Green Financial Scholars Program
     
    The Vault - Outline - Quiz
    1. Responsible Money Choices - (What Kind of Spender are YOU?)
      • Good and Bad Decisions with Money
        • Analyze the trade offs between saving and spending and good and bad decisions
      • Understanding Money
        • Compare different financial sources that inform financial decision-making
      • Making Your Own Money Decisions
        • Create a saving plan to meet short- and long-term goals
      • Controlling Personal Information
        • Compare types of personal financial information and safe vs. unsafe circumstances to disclose that information.

    Terms

    • Short-term goal
    • Long-term goal
    • Want
    • Need
    • Opportunity cost
    1. Income & Careers - Exploring Careers -(Bureau of Labor Statistics)
      • Your Career (Take the Millionaire's Quiz)
        • Evaluate different career options based on interests, knowledge and abilities
      • Making Money
        • Compare different opportunities to earn money through earnings, wages and salaries as adults and as kids
      • Taxes
        • Examine the high-level role of taxes, how they are collected and how they are used

    Terms

    1. Making Plans with Money
      • Spending and Saving
        • Create and balance a budget between needs vs. wants
      • Paying for Things
        • Compare different banking and payment options and analyze the role of banks
      • Spending Responsibly
        • Apply smart decision-making strategies to purchases
      • Giving to Charity
        • Examine the value of giving to charity and identify opportunities for charitable contributions
      • Things with Value
        • Categorize household and inherited assets and recognize their value

    Terms

    • Expense
    • Income
    • Budget
    • Balanced Budget
    1. Credit & Borrowing
      • Credit (Take the Credit Card Quiz)
        • Compare differences between buying with cash and buying with credit
        • Explain why credit is a form of borrowing and why institutions lend money
      • Responsible Borrowing
        • Recognize and identify the charactersitics of a responsible, reliable borrower

    Terms

    • Credit
    • Interest
    1. Insurance & Safety (What is Insurance?)
      • Controlling Risks
        • Explain how households manage risk
      • Healthy Insurance
        • Analyze the uses and benefits of health insurance

    Terms

    • Risk
    • Risk Management
    • Risk Prevention
    1. Savings & Investing
      • Savings
        • Compare different savings vehicles
        • Examine the role of budgeting to control spending and manage saving
      • Investing (The Power of 72)
        • Explain the basic concept of investing and identify common investing vehicles

    Terms

    • Savings
    • Budget
    • Expense
    • Interest
     
Day60 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Primerica/Art Williams Challenge
  1. Open eClass and click on my site and then Discussions
  2. Give your Success Speech
    1. What does living successful look like to me?
    2. What career will I choose to live successfully?
    3. How will that change others lives for the better?
    4. How will I take that success and transform my community in a positive way to live beyond my lifetime?
Day59 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Primerica/Art Williams Challenge
  1. Open eClass and click on my site and then Discussions
  2. Give your Success Speech
    1. What does living successful look like to me?
    2. What career will I choose to live successfully?
    3. How will that change others lives for the better?
    4. How will I take that success and transform my community in a positive way to live beyond my lifetime?
Day58 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Primerica/ Art Williams Challenge
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  3. Continue your work on your Primerica Challenge Essay in Google Docs
  4. Success Speech
    1. What does living successful look like to me?
    2. What career will I choose to live successfully?
    3. How will that change others lives for the better?
    4. How will I take that success and transform my community in a positive way to live beyond my lifetime?
Day57 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Primerica/ Art Williams Challenge
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  3. Continue your work on your Primerica Challenge Essay in Google Docs
  4. Success Speech
    1. What does living successful look like to me?
    2. What career will I choose to live successfully?
    3. How will that change others lives for the better?
    4. How will I take that success and transform my community in a positive way to live beyond my lifetime?
Day56 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Primerica/ Art Williams Challenge
  1. Don't forget our Chick-fil-A Back Stage Tour is TODAY at 5 PM!
  2. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  3. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  4. Start work on your Primerica Challenge Essay in Google Docs
  5. Art Williams Challenge:
    1. What does living successful look like to me?
    2. What career will I choose to live successfully?
    3. How will that change others lives for the better?
    4. How will I take that success and transform my community in a positive way to live beyond my lifetime?
Day55 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Primerica/ Art Williams Challenge
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
  3. We have guest speaker today - Senior Vice President with Primerica, Mrs. Jeanine Martin
  4. Primerica Challenge Essay Challenge:
    1. What does living successful look like to me?
    2. What career will I choose to live successfully?
    3. How will that change others lives fro the better?
    4. How will I take that success and transform my community in a positive way to live beyond my lifetime?
Day54 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.

Green Financial Scholars Program
 
The Vault - Outline - Quiz
  1. Responsible Money Choices - (What Kind of Spender are YOU?)
    • Good and Bad Decisions with Money
      • Analyze the trade offs between saving and spending and good and bad decisions
    • Understanding Money
      • Compare different financial sources that inform financial decision-making
    • Making Your Own Money Decisions
      • Create a saving plan to meet short- and long-term goals
    • Controlling Personal Information
      • Compare types of personal financial information and safe vs. unsafe circumstances to disclose that information.

Terms

  • Short-term goal
  • Long-term goal
  • Want
  • Need
  • Opportunity cost
  1. Income & Careers - Exploring Careers -(Bureau of Labor Statistics)
    • Your Career (Take the Millionaire's Quiz)
      • Evaluate different career options based on interests, knowledge and abilities
    • Making Money
      • Compare different opportunities to earn money through earnings, wages and salaries as adults and as kids
    • Taxes
      • Examine the high-level role of taxes, how they are collected and how they are used

Terms

  1. Making Plans with Money
    • Spending and Saving
      • Create and balance a budget between needs vs. wants
    • Paying for Things
      • Compare different banking and payment options and analyze the role of banks
    • Spending Responsibly
      • Apply smart decision-making strategies to purchases
    • Giving to Charity
      • Examine the value of giving to charity and identify opportunities for charitable contributions
    • Things with Value
      • Categorize household and inherited assets and recognize their value

Terms

  • Expense
  • Income
  • Budget
  • Balanced Budget
  1. Credit & Borrowing
    • Credit (Take the Credit Card Quiz)
      • Compare differences between buying with cash and buying with credit
      • Explain why credit is a form of borrowing and why institutions lend money
    • Responsible Borrowing
      • Recognize and identify the charactersitics of a responsible, reliable borrower

Terms

  • Credit
  • Interest
  1. Insurance & Safety (What is Insurance?)
    • Controlling Risks
      • Explain how households manage risk
    • Healthy Insurance
      • Analyze the uses and benefits of health insurance

Terms

  • Risk
  • Risk Management
  • Risk Prevention
  1. Savings & Investing
    • Savings
      • Compare different savings vehicles
      • Examine the role of budgeting to control spending and manage saving
    • Investing (The Power of 72)
      • Explain the basic concept of investing and identify common investing vehicles

Terms

  • Savings
  • Budget
  • Expense
  • Interest
 
Day53 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
Day52 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and start a new Google Doc file called Entrepreneurship Write your name under the title then answer the question about the topic.
Day51 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and Print your Google Drawing file called Business Truth 6 

Day50 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and finish your Google Drawing file called Business Truth 6 
  3. Open your Google Sheet - Spreadsheet called Saving and Investing.
  4. Watch the Video of the day. -
  5. SMC

    4.Saving and Investing: Making our Money Grow

     

     

Day49 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and Find your Google Drawing file called Business Truth 6 
  3. Open your Google Sheet - Spreadsheet called Saving and Investing.
  4. Watch the Video of the day. -
  5. SMC

    4.Saving and Investing: Making our Money Grow

     

     

Day48 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and Find your Google Drawing file called Business Truth 6 
  3. Open your Google Sheet - Spreadsheet called Saving and Investing.
  4. Watch the Video of the day. -
  5. SMC

    4.Saving and Investing: Making our Money Grow

     

     

Day47 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and START a NEW Google Drawing file called Business Truth 6 
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC

    4.Saving and Investing: Making our Money Grow

     

     

Day47 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit -
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Drawing file called Business Truths 5 
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Print the "Poster" Drawing file when you are finished.
  6. Now open your "At the Mall" Google Slide and continue where you left off.
  7. WEST TERRACE:

    Shuman's Shoes
    Shuman’s Shoes
    Lesson: Ads and Endorsements
    There are lots of different kinds of ads. Here, visitors can design their own poster for a shoe sale or listen to a popular DJ’s endorsement to determine whether it’s an ad.
    Market Match Wireless
    Market-Match Wireless
    Lesson: Targeted Marketing
    Businesses use target marketing to reach specific audiences. Visitors can learn more about target marketing by matching different styles of cell phones with their target audiences. Play this matching game again and again to beat your best time.
    Gr8 Gadgets
    Gr8 Gadgets
    Lesson: False or Misleading Ads
    Misleading ads cause lots of problems for businesses and consumers. Visitors watch a misleading commercial and then learn how it has caused problems for everyone involved. They also learn how the FTC prosecutes companies that intentionally mislead consumers.
    The Nutrition Emporium
    Nutrition Emporium
    Lesson: Advertising Claims
    Companies are responsible for the claims they make in their advertisements. Visitors learn more by examining a print ad with suspicious claims.

    SECURITY PLAZA:

    Network Security Kiosk
    Network Security Kiosk
    Lesson: Online Safety
    Network security officer Jim shares some prized possessions to show how to keep your computers and personal information safe while you’re online.
     
    Mall Security Office Mall Security Office
    Lesson: Identity Theft
    Will’s laptop has been stolen! At the security office, visitors learn who stole it, and find out what a stolen laptop has to do with identity theft. They also can ask questions about identity theft and learn how to avoid it.
    Book Café
    Book Café
    Lesson: Privacy and Personal Information
    Emily asks visitors for help designing her online profile. Find out the consequences of posting personal information online and get tips about when it’s appropriate to share.
    The Arcade
    The Arcade
    Lesson: Protect Personal Information
    At the arcade, visitors defend against Cyclorean space invaders who want to steal Earthlings’ personal information. They also learn why their personal information is valuable and what’s so important about a Social Security number.

    EAST TERRACE

    Clothing Co.
    Clothing Co.
    Lesson: Modeling Scams
    Isaac finds out from a modeling agent that he’s “got the look.” With Emily’s help, visitors can convince Isaac that the amazing offer is a scam, and that he shouldn’t pay for the promise of success.
    Kablamo! Comics
    Kablamo! Comics
    Lesson: Job Scams
    Keno tells visitors how he fell for a job scam and offers advice on how to avoid the same fate. Meanwhile, Captain Noscam’s game lets visitors blast key words and phrases that are used frequently in scams.
    Maggie’s Miracle Cart
    Maggie’s Miracle Cart
    Lesson: Miracle Products
    VeggieWow gives you a boost, improves your memory and clears your skin! Really? Visitors see pitches for several “miracle” products, and then work with Emily to find the clues that show these products aren’t all they claim to be.
    Free Vacations!
    Free Vacations!
    Lesson: Sweepstakes and Giveaways
    Visitors can earn a free vacation if they hit just the right spot on the spinning wheel. After they win, they learn there’s a catch. The mall security officer helps them sniff out this scam.

    FOOD COURT:

    Pizza, Pizza, Pizza
    Pizza Pizza Pizza
    Lesson: Competition
    Companies compete with each other by offering some combination of higher quality, lower prices, more choices, and better service. Visitors listen to three different sales pitches for pizza to determine which one appeals to them most.
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Lesson: Supply & Demand
    The price of goods is usually determined by supply, demand, and production costs. Here, visitors guess the retail price of various candies by considering these factors.
    Cinema
    Cinema
    Lesson: History of American Business Competition
    The FTC is guided by important laws: the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the FTC Act. Visitors can learn more about the history of the FTC and its role in American commerce by watching a short video and asking questions afterward.
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Lesson: Mergers
    Some mergers eliminate competition, but not all mergers are bad. Often consumers benefit because the merger combines desirable qualities from two different companies. Visitors listen to a conversation to learn more about mergers and the FTC’s role overseeing them.
Day46 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Drawing file called Business Truths 5 
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Open your Google Sheet called Credit & Debit.
  6. Be sure to have a picture of a Credit Card and what you want to charge on the Google Sheet.
  7. Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports -

     

    WEST TERRACE:

    Shuman's Shoes
    Shuman’s Shoes
    Lesson: Ads and Endorsements
    There are lots of different kinds of ads. Here, visitors can design their own poster for a shoe sale or listen to a popular DJ’s endorsement to determine whether it’s an ad.
    Market Match Wireless
    Market-Match Wireless
    Lesson: Targeted Marketing
    Businesses use target marketing to reach specific audiences. Visitors can learn more about target marketing by matching different styles of cell phones with their target audiences. Play this matching game again and again to beat your best time.
    Gr8 Gadgets
    Gr8 Gadgets
    Lesson: False or Misleading Ads
    Misleading ads cause lots of problems for businesses and consumers. Visitors watch a misleading commercial and then learn how it has caused problems for everyone involved. They also learn how the FTC prosecutes companies that intentionally mislead consumers.
    The Nutrition Emporium
    Nutrition Emporium
    Lesson: Advertising Claims
    Companies are responsible for the claims they make in their advertisements. Visitors learn more by examining a print ad with suspicious claims.

    SECURITY PLAZA:

    Network Security Kiosk
    Network Security Kiosk
    Lesson: Online Safety
    Network security officer Jim shares some prized possessions to show how to keep your computers and personal information safe while you’re online.
     
    Mall Security Office Mall Security Office
    Lesson: Identity Theft
    Will’s laptop has been stolen! At the security office, visitors learn who stole it, and find out what a stolen laptop has to do with identity theft. They also can ask questions about identity theft and learn how to avoid it.
    Book Café
    Book Café
    Lesson: Privacy and Personal Information
    Emily asks visitors for help designing her online profile. Find out the consequences of posting personal information online and get tips about when it’s appropriate to share.
    The Arcade
    The Arcade
    Lesson: Protect Personal Information
    At the arcade, visitors defend against Cyclorean space invaders who want to steal Earthlings’ personal information. They also learn why their personal information is valuable and what’s so important about a Social Security number.

    EAST TERRACE

    Clothing Co.
    Clothing Co.
    Lesson: Modeling Scams
    Isaac finds out from a modeling agent that he’s “got the look.” With Emily’s help, visitors can convince Isaac that the amazing offer is a scam, and that he shouldn’t pay for the promise of success.
    Kablamo! Comics
    Kablamo! Comics
    Lesson: Job Scams
    Keno tells visitors how he fell for a job scam and offers advice on how to avoid the same fate. Meanwhile, Captain Noscam’s game lets visitors blast key words and phrases that are used frequently in scams.
    Maggie’s Miracle Cart
    Maggie’s Miracle Cart
    Lesson: Miracle Products
    VeggieWow gives you a boost, improves your memory and clears your skin! Really? Visitors see pitches for several “miracle” products, and then work with Emily to find the clues that show these products aren’t all they claim to be.
    Free Vacations!
    Free Vacations!
    Lesson: Sweepstakes and Giveaways
    Visitors can earn a free vacation if they hit just the right spot on the spinning wheel. After they win, they learn there’s a catch. The mall security officer helps them sniff out this scam.

    FOOD COURT:

    Pizza, Pizza, Pizza
    Pizza Pizza Pizza
    Lesson: Competition
    Companies compete with each other by offering some combination of higher quality, lower prices, more choices, and better service. Visitors listen to three different sales pitches for pizza to determine which one appeals to them most.
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Lesson: Supply & Demand
    The price of goods is usually determined by supply, demand, and production costs. Here, visitors guess the retail price of various candies by considering these factors.
    Cinema
    Cinema
    Lesson: History of American Business Competition
    The FTC is guided by important laws: the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the FTC Act. Visitors can learn more about the history of the FTC and its role in American commerce by watching a short video and asking questions afterward.
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Lesson: Mergers
    Some mergers eliminate competition, but not all mergers are bad. Often consumers benefit because the merger combines desirable qualities from two different companies. Visitors listen to a conversation to learn more about mergers and the FTC’s role overseeing them.
Day45 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Drawing file called Business Truths 5 
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Open your Google Sheet called Credit & Debit.
  6. Be sure to have a picture of a Credit Card and what you want to charge on the Google Sheet.
  7. Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports -

     

Day46 (Tuesday): Jeanine Martin - Guest Speaker - Budgeting and Rule of 72
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Drawing file called Business Truths 5 
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
Day46 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and start a NEW your Google Drawing file called Business Truths 5 
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Open your Google Sheet called Credit & Debit.
  6. Be sure to have a picture of a Credit Card and what you want to charge on the Google Sheet.
  7. Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports -

     

Day45 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc called Business Truths 4 and PRINT. 
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Open your Google Sheet called Credit & Debit.
  6. Be sure to have a picture of a Credit Card and what you want to charge on the Google Sheet.
  7. Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports -

     

Day44 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc called Business Truths 4
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Open your Google Sheet called Credit & Debit.
  6. Be sure to have a picture of a Credit Card and what you want to charge on the Google Sheet.
  7. Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports -

     

Day43 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc called Business Truths 4
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Open your Google Sheet called Credit & Debit.
  6. Be sure to put a picture of a Credit Card on the Google Sheet.
  7. Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports -

     

Day42 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue your Google Doc called Business Truths 4
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Open a NEW Google Sheet and Name it Credit & Debit.  Also put that in WordArt on the file.  Type your name in cell A1
  6. Topic#3 Credit and Debit: Learning about Credit Reports -

     

     

Day41 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Continue Google Slide - "At the Mall"
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and Create your next Google Doc called Business Truths 4
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Continue your Google Slide called "At the Mall" - Candy Tooth Kingdom
  6. Continue the game "At the Mall"

    FOOD COURT: (Slides 2-5)

    Pizza, Pizza, Pizza
    Pizza Pizza Pizza (slide 2)
    Lesson: Competition
    Companies compete with each other by offering some combination of higher quality, lower prices, more choices, and better service. Visitors listen to three different sales pitches for pizza to determine which one appeals to them most.
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Candy Tooth Kingdom (slide 3)
    Lesson: Supply & Demand
    The price of goods is usually determined by supply, demand, and production costs. Here, visitors guess the retail price of various candies by considering these factors.
    Cinema
    Cinema (slide 4)
    Lesson: History of American Business Competition
    The FTC is guided by important laws: the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the FTC Act. Visitors can learn more about the history of the FTC and its role in American commerce by watching a short video and asking questions afterward.
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Triple Cold Creamery  (slide 5)
    Lesson: Mergers
    Some mergers eliminate competition, but not all mergers are bad. Often consumers benefit because the merger combines desirable qualities from two different companies. Visitors listen to a conversation to learn more about mergers and the FTC’s role overseeing them.
Day40 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Create a Google Slide - "At the Mall"
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths III
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. When finished, print this document.
  6. Create a NEW Google Slide called "At the Mall"
    1. First Slide should say "At the Mall" with subtitle : Your Name
    2. Second slide should say Pizza, Pizza, Pizza
    3. Second slide should also include 2-3 facts about subtitle: competition
    4. Finally ad a picture of a pizza
  7. Continue the game "At the Mall"

    FOOD COURT:

    Pizza, Pizza, Pizza
    Pizza Pizza Pizza
    Lesson: Competition
    Companies compete with each other by offering some combination of higher quality, lower prices, more choices, and better service. Visitors listen to three different sales pitches for pizza to determine which one appeals to them most.
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Lesson: Supply & Demand
    The price of goods is usually determined by supply, demand, and production costs. Here, visitors guess the retail price of various candies by considering these factors.
    Cinema
    Cinema
    Lesson: History of American Business Competition
    The FTC is guided by important laws: the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the FTC Act. Visitors can learn more about the history of the FTC and its role in American commerce by watching a short video and asking questions afterward.
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Lesson: Mergers
    Some mergers eliminate competition, but not all mergers are bad. Often consumers benefit because the merger combines desirable qualities from two different companies. Visitors listen to a conversation to learn more about mergers and the FTC’s role overseeing them.
Day39 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Create a Budget
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths III
  3. Also open your Google Drive and find your Budget Google Sheet
  4. Watch the Video of the day. -
  5. SMC
  6. #2.Planning and Money Management: Spending and Saving

    Finish then PRINT your budget and Start the GAME Below called "At The Mall"

     

    FOOD COURT:

    Pizza, Pizza, Pizza
    Pizza Pizza Pizza
    Lesson: Competition
    Companies compete with each other by offering some combination of higher quality, lower prices, more choices, and better service. Visitors listen to three different sales pitches for pizza to determine which one appeals to them most.
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Candy Tooth Kingdom
    Lesson: Supply & Demand
    The price of goods is usually determined by supply, demand, and production costs. Here, visitors guess the retail price of various candies by considering these factors.
    Cinema
    Cinema
    Lesson: History of American Business Competition
    The FTC is guided by important laws: the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the FTC Act. Visitors can learn more about the history of the FTC and its role in American commerce by watching a short video and asking questions afterward.
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Triple Cold Creamery
    Lesson: Mergers
    Some mergers eliminate competition, but not all mergers are bad. Often consumers benefit because the merger combines desirable qualities from two different companies. Visitors listen to a conversation to learn more about mergers and the FTC’s role overseeing them.
Day38 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Create a Budget
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths III
  3. Also open your Google Drive and find your Budget Google Sheet
  4. Watch the Video of the day. -
  5. SMC
  6. #2.Planning and Money Management: Spending and Saving

    Add your Variable Expenses (Necessary and Non-Necessary

    Finally, what "non-necessary" expense will you add?  Be sure to =#/12 the number and add a picture.  We will print it out tomorrow.

     

     

Day37 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Create a Budget
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths III
  3. Also open your Google Drive and find your Budget Google Sheet
  4. Watch the Video of the day. -
  5. SMC
  6. #2.Planning and Money Management: Spending and Saving

     

     

Day36 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Create a Budget
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and Start a NEW Google Doc called Business Truths III
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Now open a NEW Google Sheet.
    1. Type your name in cell A1
    2. Insert WordArt that says Budget
  6. #2.Planning and Money Management: Spending and Saving

     

Day35 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Create a Budget
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths II.  You will need to print today.
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Finished? Work on your game called Admongo
  6. Admongo.gov - Language Arts and Social Studies Lessons for Grades 5-6
Day34 (Wednesday 6a / Thursday 6b): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit - Create an Advertisement
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths II.
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Create a Google Drawing called Advertisement include the following on your ad:(See Example)
    1. Your name in a normal text box
    2. The title: Advertisement in WordArt
    3. An image of a product
    4. Text with a claim
    5. Add some special features like
      1. Shapes
      2. Arrows
      3. Callouts
  6. Finished? Work on your game called Admongo
  7. Admongo.gov - Language Arts and Social Studies Lessons for Grades 5-6

 

Day33 (Tuesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths II.
  3. Create a Google document called Advertisement and type your notes from yesterday.
  4. Watch the Video of the day. -
  5. SMC

 

Day32 (Monday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and create a new Google Doc called Business Truths II.
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC

 

Day31 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths.
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Take the online Quiz
  6. Print your "Business Truth" journal
  7. Finish our text: Great Minds Think: A Kid's Guide to Money
  8. Finished early? - Play the games on NSTEENS

 

Day30 (Thursday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths.
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Listen to the class discussion on our text: Great Minds Think: A Kid's Guide to Money
  6. Keep up with the book and discussion we have in the book

 

Day29 (Wednesday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths.
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Listen to the class discussion on our text: Great Minds Think: A Kid's Guide to Money
  6. Keep up with the book and discussion we have in the book

 

Day28 (Tuesday ): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Business Truths.
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. SMC
  5. Listen to the class discussion on our text: Great Minds Think: A Kid's Guide to Money
  6. Keep up with the book and discussion we have in the book

 

Day27 (Friday): Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Listen to the class discussion on our text: Great Minds Think: A Kid's Guide to Money
  3. Keep up with the book and discussion we have in the book (pages 3-6)

 

Day26: Microtype + Financial Literacy Unit
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Listen to the class discussion on our text: Great Minds Think: A Kid's Guide to Money
  3. Keep up with the book and discussion we have in the book (pages 1-3)

 

Day25: Microtype + Digital Citizenship
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Take out your magazine I gave you this past week.
  3. Take the Online Quiz

Online Quiz

Day24: Microtype + Officer Brinkman
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Take out a highlighter or pencil or pen to annotate your magazine I gave you.
  3. (Ticket out the Door)

 

Day23: Microtype + Living Life Online
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Watch the Video of the day. - ?
  3. Take out a highlighter or pencil or pen to annotate your magazine I gave you.

 

Day22: Microtype + Living Life Online
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Watch the Video of the day. - 358 minutes
  3. Take the Living Life Online Personality type Quiz on pages 8 and 9.
  4. Take out a highlighter or pencil or pen to annotate your magazine I gave you.
  5. Digital Passport

 

Day21: Microtype + Living Life Online
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Watch the Video of the day. - Digital Footprint
  3. Take out a highlighter or pencil or pen to annotate your magazine I am going to give you.

 

Day20: Microtype + Digital Information
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Watch the Video of the day. - Computer Nightmares
  3. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Computers.
  4. Take the quiz then finish your Kano work.
  5. How Computers Work article...by Roderick Hames

    How computers work -quiz

Day19: Microtype + Digital Information
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Watch the Video of the day. - What is a Motherboard?
  3. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Computers.
  4. Begin working on the Kano when you finish the 20 questions and turn in your Brain Pop
  5.  
    How Computers Work article...by Roderick Hames
     
Day18: Microtype + Digital Information
  1. Warm-up then type in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Computers.
  3. Begin working on the Kano when you finish the 20 questions and turn in your Brain Pop
  4.  
    How Computers Work article...by Roderick Hames
     
Day17: Microtype + Digital Information
  1. Warm-up then type your speed drills for H & E in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Computers.
  3. Begin working on the Kano when you finish the 20 questions and turn in your Brain Pop
  4.  
    How Computers Work article...by Roderick Hames
Day16: Microtype + Digital Information
  1. Warm-up then type your speed drills for H & E in MicroType then wait for instructions
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) keys
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Doc called Computers.
  3. Watch the Video of the day. -
  4. Complete questions 16-20 in the Understanding Computers Article
  5.  
    How Computers Work article...by Roderick Hames
Day15: Microtype + Digital Information
  1. Warm-up with 7 minutes of MicroType then wait for instructions
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue the Computer Doc we started yesterday.
  3. Continue in MicroType working on Lesson 3 & 4 and beyond
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
  4. Watch the Video of the day. - What are the 4 parts of a computer?
  5. Insert a page at the bottom of the document and answer the following question: What are 4 parts of a computer and give an example.
  6. Complete questions 11-15 in the Understanding Computers Article
  7. Work on question 11-15
    How Computers Work article...by Roderick Hames
Day14: Microtype + Digital Information
  1. Warm-up with 7 minutes of MicroType then wait for instructions
  2. Open Google Drive Account and continue the Computer Doc we started yesterday.
  3. Continue in MicroType working on Lesson 3 & 4
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  4. Complete questions 6-10
  5. Add a page number to the bottom of the document
  6. Add one picture to your document
  7. Watch the Video of the day.
  8. Work on question 6-10
    How Computers Work article...by Roderick Hames
Day13: Microtype + Data Analysis - Spreadsheet  (Monday)
  1. Warm-up with 7 minutes of MicroType then wait for instructions
  2. Open Google Drive Account and start a NEW Doc
  3. Continue in MicroType working on Lesson 3 & 4
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  4. (Friday)Students will practice their "H & E" keys and record their GWAM - Speed scores in Google Sheets on Row 7 -  ADD to your NEW scores
  5. Work on question 1-5
    How Computers Work article...by Roderick Hames

Business Communication Unit

Video Order
howstuffworks.mp4
what are computers and history.mp4
InCtrl_Your Digital Footprint_Student.mp4
what_digital.avi
understandingcomputers.wmv
Computer_Software_in_Plain_English.wmv
InCtrl_Living in a Digital World 458 min.mp4
InCtrl_Stop Bulling.mp4
Computer Basics- What is a Computer-.mp4
Day12: Microtype + Data Analysis - Spreadsheet
  1. Warm-up with 5 minutes of MicroType then wait for instructions
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Sheet (saved last week)
  3. Continue in MicroType working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  4. Students will practice their "HOMEROW" keys and record their HOMEROW GWAM - Speed scores in Google Sheets on Row 6 - Replace or ADD to your NEW scores. example:  12/15, 18/22, 24/28, and 30/33
  5. Pick the fastest score to graph
  6. What have you learned about good typing skills.  Name at least three things that will get you faster.
  7. Print your Google Sheet out.
Day11: Microtype + Speech Delivery
  1. Warm-up with 5 minutes of MicroType then wait for instructions
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Sheet (saved last week)
  3. Continue in MicroType working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  4. Students will practice their "HOMEROW" keys and record their HOMEROW GWAM - Speed scores in Google Sheets on Row 6 - Replace or ADD to your NEW scores.
  5. Students will each read their speeches to the class
  6. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day10: Microtype + Speech Delivery
  1. Warm-up with 5 minutes of MicroType then wait for instructions
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Sheet (saved last week)
  3. Continue in MicroType working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  4. Students will practice their "HOMEROW" keys and record their HOMEROW GWAM - Speed scores in Google Sheets on Row 6 - Replace your NEW scores.
  5. Students will each read their speeches to the class
  6. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day9: Microtype + Speech Delivery
  1. Open Google Drive Account and find your Google Sheet (saved last week)
  2. Open MicroType and warm up by working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  3. Students will practice their "HOMEROW" keys and record their HOMEROW GWAM - Speed scores in Google Sheets on Row 6
  4. Students will each read their speeches to the class
  5. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day8: PEP RALLY - Friday, January 15, 2016
  1. Open MicroType and continue working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  2. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day7: Communicate using Numbers! Understanding a Spreadsheet
  1. Open Google Drive Account and create a new Google Sheet (using the following example:)
  2. Split your screen and type the sheet below on your sheet:
  3. When you are finished,  (NO Video today) watch the Video of the day
  4. Cover your hands with the Paper Cardboard Forms.
  5. Open MicroType and continue working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  6. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day6: Finish Writing Your Story
  1. Open Google Drive Account and find your document "Story" you saved.
  2. Watch the Video of the day (How should you type?)
  3. Open MicroType and continue working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  4. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day5: Finish Writing Your Story
  1. Open Google Drive Account and find your document "Story" you saved.
  2. Join our Video Distribution link: Edpuzzle: 6a Class: https://edpuzzle.com/join/ocaacfi  or 6b Class: https://edpuzzle.com/join/hekinol
  3. Print the 3rd of three paragraphs about yourself and turn it in by placing it on your computer stapled.
  4. Open MicroType and continue working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  5. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day4: Continue Writing Your Story
  1. Open Google Drive Account and find your document "Story" you saved.
  2. Double space your paragraphs after writing the 2nd paragraph
  3. Print the 1st & 2nd of three paragraphs about yourself and turn it in by placing it on your computer stapled to your returned copy.
  4. Open MicroType and continue working on Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  5. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day3: Continue Writing Your Story (Friday 1.8.16)
  1. Open Google Drive Account and find your document "Story" you saved yesterday
  2. Print the first of three paragraphs about yourself and turn it in by placing it on your computer.
  3. Open MicroType and continue working on Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Must Practice for 5 - 10 minutes each day
  4. Did you bring back your Syllabus signed?
  5. Did you register with Remind.com?
  6. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day2: Continue Writing Your Story
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake, and correct name pronunciation and a warm greeting
  2. Open Google Drive Account and find your document "Story" you saved yesterday
  3. Did you bring back your Syllabus signed?
  4. Did you register with Remind.com?
  5. Open MicroType and Take Pre-test
  6. Watch Video Typist Online
  7. Work on Lesson 1 in Microtype using Correct Fingers
  8. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day1: Writing Your Story
  1. Get in arranged Seating and log into computer and open Google Chrome and visit 1st Day of Class page
  2. Start to handwrite "Your Story"
  3. Open Google Drive Account and type what you have written so far about your "Story"
  4. Take your Syllabus home to be signed
  5. Take the Remind.com information sheet home to be signed
  6. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)

 


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