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LESSON PLAN: Teacher:  Sherrie Witt Adams   Class: Digital Literacy

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          Long Range Plans

2015-2016 School Year   

School Calendar

Days

Unit Title

Digital Literacy

 

Sherrie Witt Adams

Standards

Assessment Type and/or Writing Pieces

August 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

13

14

1-2

Introduction to Computers

Log In/Syllabus

Log in/Syllabus

17

18

19

20

21

3-7

Introduction to Computers

Software Log Ins

Software Log ins

24

25

26

27

28

8-12

Introduction to Computers

 

2001.AA.1 Utilize effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills

 Label the parts of the computer.

Identify the tasks that each device performs.

31

 

 

 

 

13

Introduction to Computers

 

2001.AB.1 Locate and interpret written information

Identify the components of a computer.

September 2015

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

14-17

Introduction to Computers

 

2001.AB.3 Identify relevant details, facts, and specifications

Use the component of the operating system that helps the user manipulate files and folders to copy, move, rename, and delete files; and to create, copy, move, rename, and delete folders.

 Discriminate between ethical and unethical uses of computers and information.

X

8

9

10

11

18-21

Introduction to Computers

2001.OE.3 Prepare and print documents in appropriate software

 

2001.OE.10 Locate and retrieve data from various sources (e.g., local drive, network drives, Internet)

Identify hardware devices appropriate for specific tasks.

14

15

16

17

18

22-26

Introduction to Computers

2001.EM.3 Select appropriate technological resources to accomplish work

 

2001.OC.1 Gather and compile data for supervisor

 

2001.OE.3 Prepare and print documents in appropriate software

Discuss basic issues related to responsible use of technology and describe personal or legal consequences of inappropriate use

21

22

23

24

25

27-31

Introduction to Computers

2001.OE.3 Prepare and print documents in appropriate software

 

2001.OE.10 Locate and retrieve data from various sources (e.g., local drive, network drives, Internet)

Create a brochure explaining the appropriate ways to care for hardware components.

28

29

30

 

 

32-34

 

2001.AA.3 Communicate and follow directions/procedures

 

2001.AA.4 Communicate effectively with customers and co-workers

 

October 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

35-36

Internet and E-mail

2001.AB.1 Locate and interpret written information

 

 2001.AB.5 Demonstrate competence in organizing, writing, and editing using correct vocabulary, spelling, grammar, and punctuation

Use an electronic mail program to send and receive electronic mail.

The learner will send the teacher an e-mail with an attachment

 

Set up a distribution list activity

 

 Basic e-mail terminology activity

5

6

7

8

9

37-41

Internet and E-mail

2001.AB.5 Demonstrate competence in organizing, writing, and editing using correct vocabulary, spelling, grammar, and punctuation

 

2001.AC.3 Implement effective decision-making skills a computer from viruses.

 

2001.AF.1 Recognize the potential risks associated with Internet use

 

 2001.AF.2 Identify and apply Internet security practices (e.g., password security, login, logout, log off, lock computer)

 

Discriminate between ethical and unethical uses of computers and information including e-mail and internet etiquette.

 

www.netiquette.org

 

E-mail etiquette activity

12

13

14

X

X

42-43

Internet and E-mail

2001.AF.1 Recognize the potential risks associated with Internet use 2001.AF.2 Identify and apply Internet security practices (e.g., password security, login, logout, log off, lock computer)

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

Use a World Wide Web browser to navigate hypertext documents and to download files.

 

Download or upgrade Adobe Reader. Sample Learner Activities - Click in the box to go to Activities Use Internet search engines and understand their advantages and disadvantages.

 

Assign students roles within a Search Engine organization and debate the advantages and disadvantages for a company to use their service exclusively. EX: Google, Yahoo, Safari, Mozilla, FireFox, etc.

X

20

21

22

23

44-48

Internet and E-mail

2001.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

 

2001.EK.4 Prepare a resume, letter of application, and job application

 

2001.OB.1 Prepare correspondence (e.g., memo, business letter, electronic mail)

Use an electronic mail program to send and receive electronic mail.

 

Student will send the teacher an e-mail with an attachment.

 

 

Then, set up a distribution list activity.

 

Discriminate between ethical and unethical uses of computers and information including e-mail and internet etiquette.

26

27

28

29

30

51-53

Internet and E-mail

2001.OB.5 Communicate with liaisons outside the company (e.g., business partners, business professional organizations)

 

 2001.OC.16 Process, file, and archive electronic mail

 

2001.OE.11 Develop, revise, and create queries and reports using database software

 Have the district technology coordinator serve as a guest speaker.

 

Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately through the effective selection, organization, and analysis of content.

November 2015

 

 

 

 

2

X

4

5

6

54-57

Word Processing

2001.AA.3 Communicate and follow directions/procedures

 

2001.AA.4 Communicate effectively with customers and co-workers

Type a block style letter using the FBLA formatting guidelines located at www.fbla.org.

9

10

11

12

13

58-62

Word Processing

2001.AB.1 Locate and interpret written information

 

2001.AB.2 Read and interpret workplace documents

 

2001.AB.4 Record information accurately and completely

Create an advertisement for a school-based enterprise or club activity.. Creating and formatting tables activity

Create a bill of lading activity

16

17

18

19

20

63-67

Word Processing

2001.AB.5 Demonstrate competence in organizing, writing, and editing using correct vocabulary, spelling, grammar, and punctuation

 

2001.AB.6 Demonstrate the ability to write clearly and concisely using industry specific terminology

 Create an invoice activity

 

 Create a purchase order

23

24

X

X

X

68-69

Word Processing

2001.AC.3 Implement effective decision-making skills

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

Create an agenda

 

Safety manual

30

 

 

 

 

70

Word Processing

2001.EK.4 Prepare a resume, letter of application, and job application 2001.OB.1 Prepare correspondence (e.g., memo, business letter, electronic mail)

 

2001.OB.2 Proofread for all content, format, and keying errors

 

2001.OB.3 Transcribe notes from written and/or recorded formats

Write Cover letter to local business

December 2015

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

71-74

Word Processing

2001.OB.4 Prepare agenda and compile materials for meetings

 

2001.OE.2 Decide on the best process for reproducing printed material

 

7

8

9

10

11

75-79

Word Processing

2001.OE.4 Insert a graphic

 

2001.OE.6 Complete preprinted and electronic forms

Use technology, including the Internet, to produce, publish, and update individual or shared writing products in response to ongoing feedback, including new arguments or information.

14

15

16

17

18

80-84

Word Processing

2001.OE.15 Locate and use templates

 

2001.OE.17 Design and create desktop-publishing documents

 

 

January 2016

Days

Unit Title

Standards

Assessment Type and/or Writing Pieces

4

5

6

7

8

85-89

Presentations

2001.AA.3 Communicate and follow directions/procedures

 

2001.AA.4 Communicate effectively with customers and co-workers

 

2001.AB.3 Identify relevant details, facts, and specifications

 

11

12

13

14

15

90-94

Presentations

2001.AB.4 Record information accurately and completely

 

2001.AB.5 Demonstrate competence in organizing, writing, and editing using correct vocabulary, spelling, grammar, and punctuation

 

2001.AC.3 Implement effective decision-making skills

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

Add sound and attention getting features to a presentation.

 

Use of other media ~ Facebook page for a club, Skype sessions, JibJab, Webpage creation, etc.

X

19

20

21

22

95-98

Presentations

2001.AG.1 Use technology appropriately to enhance professional presentations

 

2001.OB.2 Proofread for all content, format, and keying errors

 

2001.OE.14 Create high-quality visual aids

Create a "how-to" presentation on topic of choice.

Create a personal bio presentation

 

Have fun with PowerPoint activity

25

26

27

28

29

99-103

Presentations

2001.OB.2 Proofread for all content, format, and keying errors

 

2001.OE.14 Create high-quality visual aids

Create a presentation on career choice.

February 2016

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

104-108

Spreadsheets

2001.AA.3 Communicate and follow directions/procedures

 

 2001.AB.1 Locate and interpret written information

 

2001.AB.2 Read and interpret workplace documents

 

 2001.AB.4 Record information accurately and completely

Analyze income and expenses for a school-based enterprise or club. Create a graph with the information that indicates net income/loss.

Pie chart activity (see resources).

 

Line chart activity (see resources).

 

 Column chart activity (see resources).

8

9

10

11

12

109-113

Spreadsheets

2001.AC.3 Implement effective decision-making skills

 

2001.AD.1 Perform basic and higher level math operations (e.g., addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, fractions, units of conversion, averaging, percentage, proportion, ratios)

 

2001.AD.4 Use tables, graphs, diagrams, and charts to obtain or convey information

Create a spreadsheet that records statistics for a sports team. www.maxpreps.com

 

Use an electronic spreadsheet to calculate averages and percents.

 

Calculate averages and percents for individual items sold within the school store.

X

16

17

18

19

114-117

Spreadsheets

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

 

2001.OA. 2 Balance bank statements with checkbook

 

 2001.OB.2 Proofread for all content, format, and keying errors

 

2001.OE.3 Prepare and print documents in appropriate software

Use an electronic spreadsheet program to enhance the appearance of a spreadsheet by changing fonts, foreground, and background colors; and centering text across columns.

22

23

24

25

26

118-122

Spreadsheets

2001.OE.5 Design a table

 

2001.OE.14 Create high-quality visual aids

 

2001.OE.16 Prepare spreadsheets including appropriate formulas, headings, and formatting

Create an advanced spreadsheet that gives a breakdown of membership, fundraising, registration fees, etc. Include a background that includes the club logo, creative fonts, foreground, and background colors. Include the club theme as a sub-heading that is centered and merged.

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123

Spreadsheets

2001.OE.18 Create charts and graphs

 

2001.OE.20 Print spreadsheets and/or formulas using appropriate page setup (e.g., orientation, scaling, margins, headers/footers, print area, gridlines)

Print in landscape and portrait orientations.

March 2016

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

124-127

Spreadsheets

2001.OE.5 Design a table

 

2001.OE.14 Create high-quality visual aids

 

2001.OE.16 Prepare spreadsheets including appropriate formulas, headings, and formatting

Use an electronic spreadsheet program to enhance the appearance of a spreadsheet by changing fonts, foreground, and background colors; and centering text across columns.

7

8

9

10

11

128-132

Databases

2001.AC.2 Utilize innovation and problem-solving skills to arrive at the best solution for current situation

 

2001.AC.3 Implement effective decision-making skills

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

Use a database management program to create, maintain, and print reports from a simple relational database. 1. Create a simple database with specific demographics ~ addresses for graduation announcements, addresses for special event cards, etc.

14

15

16

17

X

133-136

Databases

2001.AC.2 Utilize innovation and problem-solving skills to arrive at the best solution for current situation

 

2001.AC.3 Implement effective decision-making skills

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

Use a database management program to query tables using basic query operations such as "and", "or", "not", etc.

 

Create a database to manage a video rental store customer list. Include the demographics for 25 customers. Run different queries to include the boolean operations.

21

22

23

24

25

137-141

Social Networking

2001. AF.1 Recognize the potential risks associated with Internet use

 

2001.AF.2 Identify and apply Internet security practices (e.g., password security, login, logout, log off, lock computer)

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

 

2001.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

 

28

29

30

31

 

142-145

Social Networking

2001. AF.1 Recognize the potential risks associated with Internet use

 

2001.AF.2 Identify and apply Internet security practices (e.g., password security, login, logout, log off, lock computer)

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

 

2001.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplac

April 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

146

Social Networking

2001. AF .1 Recognize the potential risks associated with Internet use

 

2001.AF.2 Identify and apply Internet security practices (e.g., password security, login, logout, log off, lock computer)

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

 

2001.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

X

X

X

X

X

 

SPRING BREAK

 

SPRING BREAK

11

12

13

14

15

147-151

Social Networking

2001 AF .1 Recognize the potential risks associated with Internet use

 

2001.AF.2 Identify and apply Internet security practices (e.g., password security, login, logout, log off, lock computer)

 

2001.AF.3 Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology in the workplace

 

2001.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

 

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19

20

21

22

152-156

Business Communications

2001.OB.2 Proofread for all content, format, and keying errors 2001.OB.3 Transcribe notes from written and/or recorded formats

 

2001.OB.4 Prepare agenda and compile materials for meetings

 

2001.OE.2 Decide on the best process for reproducing printed materials

Prepare correspondence (e.g., memo, business letter, electronic mail)

25

26

27

28

29

157-161

Business Communications

2001.OB.2 Proofread for all content, format, and keying errors

 

2001.OB.3 Transcribe notes from written and/or recorded formats

 

2001.OB.4 Prepare agenda and compile materials for meetings

 

2001.OE.2 Decide on the best process for reproducing printed materials

Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

May 2015

 

 

 

 

2

3

4

5

6

162-166

Career Planning

2001.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

 

2001.EK.4 Prepare a resume, letter of application, and job application

 

2001.OB.1 Prepare correspondence (e.g., memo, business letter, electronic mail) 2001.OB.5 Communicate with liaisons outside the company (e.g., business partners, business professional organizations)

student’s competencies with their work habits and academic/technical skills that will impact an individual’s success in school and workplace. School-to-work transition skills will help students develop interpersonal skills and positive work habits. Information,

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10

11

12

13

167-171

Career Planning

2001.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

 

2001.EK.4 Prepare a resume, letter of application, and job application

 

2001.OB.1 Prepare correspondence (e.g., memo, business letter, electronic mail)

 

2001.OB.5 Communicate with liaisons outside the company (e.g., business partners, business professional organizations)

Students demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature and operations of technology systems. Students use technology to learn, to communicate, increase productivity and become competent users of technology. Students manage and create effective oral, written and multimedia communication in a variety of forms and contexts.

16

X

18

19

20

172-175

Career Planning

2001.AH.2 Demonstrate appropriate etiquette when using e-communications (e.g., cell phone, e-mail, personal digital assistants, online meetings, conference calls)

 2001.EK.4 Prepare a resume, letter of application, and job application

 

2001.OB.1 Prepare correspondence (e.g., memo, business letter, electronic mail)

 

2001.OB.5 Communicate with liaisons outside the company (e.g., business partners, business professional organizations)

Prepare a resume, letter of application, and job application

 

Prepare correspondence (e.g., memo, business letter, electronic mail)

 

Communicate with liaisons outside the company (e.g., business partners, business professional organizations)

                       

 

Connection to Program Review

Course:

Digital Literacy

Unit

Date

Obj #

Description

1

September

1

use a word processing program to create, save, print, modify, spell-check, and grammar-check a simple document

use a word processing program to enhance the appearance of a simple document by using centered, right justification, boldface, underlined, and italicized text.

demonstrate a basic understanding of the impact of computers on society.

use and understand basic computer terminology.

1

September

4

use a word processing program to change the default margins and line spacing.

use a word processing program to create a document with headers, footer, and footnotes.

2

October

2

 use a presentation program with text body, graphics, and animation.

2

October

3

 use an electronic spreadsheet to create, save, print, modify, and obtain graphs from a simple spreadsheet.

use an electronic spreadsheet to perform basic mathematical operations including, but not limited to, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

2

November

3

use an electronic spreadsheet to calculate averages and percents.

use an electronic spreadsheet program to enhance the appearance of a spreadsheet by changing fonts, foreground, and background colors; and centering text across columns.

3

December

7

use a database management program to create, maintain, and print reports from a simple relational database.

use a database management program to customize the user interface by creating and maintaining forms and reports.

use a database management program to query tables using basic query operations such as "and", "or", "not", etc.

3

January

1

print in landscape and portrait orientations.

use the component of the operating system that helps the user manipulate files and folders to copy, move, rename, and delete files; and to create, copy, move, rename, and delete folders.

use a World Wide Web browser to navigate hypertext documents and to download files.

use Internet search engines and understand their advantages and disadvantages.

4

February

1

 use an electronic mail program to send and receive electronic mail.

identify components of a computer

4

March

5

demonstrate an awareness of computer viruses and basic understanding of ways to protect a computer from viruses.

awareness of computer understanding and proper use of social networking

5

April

6

identify components of career exploration

5

April

6

Cover letter and resume design

Use of apps for job and ACT prep