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Business Communications   

Business Management & Administration

Mrs. Jill Moses

Room 201

Program of Study: Business Management & Administration  

Current class: Business Communications  

 

I am so excited that you have chosen to take this class!  Business Communications is a course designed to develop students’ effective oral and electronic business communications skills.  This course develops skills in multiple methods of communications, including social media, as well as electronic publishing, design layout, composition, and video conferencing. 

 

FACT:

The business management and administration services industry is projected to be one of the fastest growing through the year 2020.  Nearly half of all jobs are in managerial and professional occupations, and nearly one-fourth of all workers are self-employed.  The business management and administration services industry is one of the highest-paying industries. 

 

 

Materials needed:

Pen or No. 2 pencil

Paper

 

 

Contact Info:

Email: moses_j@hcde.org                Class phone: 847-4800 Ext.268

  

    Teaching Methods:

  1. Lectures/Discussions: Each class will be used to highlight the important material within each tutorial using presentations, interactive discussions, group work, handouts, and computer research.
  2. Projects: Projects will be done weekly/monthly.  They will be graded as a project grade, which is 20% of your grade.
  3. Daily work: After I instruct you how to complete your new skill, a daily assignment will be given and graded for completion.
  4. Tests: Tests will be given weekly or biweekly. 

 

Tardies:

If you are not in your seat when the bell rings with all your needed materials, you will be counted tardy.  Once you have 3 tardies, I call your parent/guardian and discuss your inability to get to class on time. Should you come in late, please sign the tardy book and slide your excuse in the pocket.  Do not interrupt the class. 

 

Late/Missed Work:

I am NOT responsible for informing you about missed work.  If you are absent, it is YOUR responsibility to meet with me to discuss what you have missed.  You can always check Google Classroom for missing assignments.  You have two weeks from your return to complete the missed work for credit. For most assignments I do allow you to turn in work late.  However, for each day that it is late, I will dock 5 points from your grade.

 

Mrs. Moses’ Rules

 

1. Respect Yourself

Be prepared. Have a positive attitude.  Participate.

Set goals.  Do your own work. Complete your work.

 

2. Respect Others

Be considerate to each other. Work together. 

Be understanding.  Be encouraging.

 

3. Respect Mrs. Moses

Be on time.  Refrain from talking while I am giving instructions or lecturing.  Do not do other work in my class.  Complete your work and turn it in! Stay awake!

 

Consequences:

In general, the consequences are as follows:

1. Warning 2. Seating relocation 3. Contact parents

4. Referral to office.

 

I have read, understand and agree with the above-mentioned rules.
______________________________   _____________

                           Signature                                                               Date

 

Mrs. Moses’ PROCEDURES

 

RESTROOM: You must have your agenda with you in order to leave my classroom.  Please only request to leave my classroom if it is a true emergency. If you have medical issues that will prohibit you from following this rule, you need to bring a signed note from your parent. DO NOT EVER ASK TO USE THE RESTROOM WHILE WE HAVE A GUEST/SPEAKER OR WHILE I AM IN THE MIDDLE OF LECTURING.

 

 

FOOD/DRINKS:  THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO FOOD OR DRINK ALLOWED IN THE LAB!!!

 

MAKE-UP WORK: It is YOUR responsibility to keep up with and turn in work you have missed.  You will always be able to locate your assignments on Google Classroom.  Make up work will be taken until the end of each 9 weeks and you must notify me once you have submitted late work.

 

 

 

END OF CLASS PROCEDURES: At the end of class, if you are done with your work early, please stay in your seat and sit quietly until the bell rings. I will dismiss the class – not the bell. I do not want students to huddle around the door. Please log off of your computer and push your chair in neatly. I will not dismiss class if the chairs are not pushed in and computers logged out.

 

        

 

TARDY:  If you are tardy for class, please sign in at the tardy book in the front of the class.  Do not interrupt class.  Walk in quietly, sign in, and go quickly to your seat.  Please put your written excuse in the clear pouch in the back of the notebook.  If you have 3 tardies during a 9-week period, I will call home to discuss your tardiness with your guardian. Be on time!

 

 

Business Management & Administration

 

This Program of Study, Business Management & Administration, prepares learners for careers in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.  Career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy and require skills in organization, time management, customer service and communication. 

 

If you are interested in the Business Management field, you will follow this track:

 

Level 1

Computer Applications

Level 2:

Business Communications

Level 3:

Business Management

Level 4:

Advanced Computer Applications

Focused Elective (Capstone):

WBL (Internship)

 

 

Careers within the Business Management & Administration

sector include, but not limited to:

o   CEO

o   Sales Manager

o   Human Resources Assistant

o   Insurance Policy Processing Clerk

o   Executive Secretary

o   General Office Clerk


Computer Applications Syllabus  

Business Management & Administration

Mrs. Jill Moses

Room 201

Program of Study: Business Management & Administration  

Current class: Computer Applications

 

I am so excited that you have chosen to take this class!  Computer Applications is a foundational course intended to teach students the computing fundamentals and concepts involved in the use of common software applications. Upon completion of this course, students will gain basic proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations. In addition, students will have engaged in key critical thinking skills and will have practiced ethical and appropriate behavior required for the responsible use of technology.

FACT:

The business management and administration services industry is projected to be one of the fastest growing through the year 2020.  Nearly half of all jobs are in managerial and professional occupations, and nearly one-fourth of all workers are self-employed.  The business management and administration services industry is one of the highest-paying industries. 

 

 

Materials needed:

Pen or No. 2 pencil

Paper

 

 

Contact Info:

Email: moses_j@hcde.org                Class phone: 847-4800 Ext.268

  

    Teaching Methods:

  1. Lectures/Discussions: Each class will be used to highlight the important material within each tutorial using presentations, interactive discussions, group work, handouts, and computer research.
  2. Projects: Projects will be done weekly/monthly.  They will be graded as a project grade, which is 20% of your grade.
  3. Daily work: After I instruct you how to complete your new skill, a daily assignment will be given and graded for completion.
  4. Tests: Tests will be given weekly or biweekly. 

 

Tardies:

If you are not in your seat when the bell rings with all your needed materials, you will be counted tardy.  Once you have 3 tardies, I call your parent/guardian and discuss your inability to get to class on time. Should you come in late, please sign the tardy book and slide your excuse in the pocket.  Do not interrupt the class. 

 

Late/Missed Work:

I am NOT responsible for informing you about missed work.  If you are absent, it is YOUR responsibility to meet with me to discuss what you have missed.  You can always check Google Classroom for missing assignments.  You have two weeks from your return to complete the missed work for credit. For most assignments I do allow you to turn in work late.  However, for each day that it is late, I will dock 5 points from your grade.

 

Mrs. Moses’ Rules

 

1. Respect Yourself

Be prepared. Have a positive attitude.  Participate.

Set goals.  Do your own work. Complete your work.

 

2. Respect Others

Be considerate to each other. Work together. 

Be understanding.  Be encouraging.

 

3. Respect Mrs. Moses

Be on time.  Refrain from talking while I am giving instructions or lecturing.  Do not do other work in my class.  Complete your work and turn it in! Stay awake!

 

Consequences:

In general, the consequences are as follows:

1. Warning 2. Seating relocation 3. Contact parents

4. Referral to office.

 

I have read, understand and agree with the above-mentioned rules.
______________________________   _____________

                           Signature                                                               Date

 

Mrs. Moses’ PROCEDURES

 

RESTROOM: You must have your agenda with you in order to leave my classroom.  Please only request to leave my classroom if it is a true emergency. If you have medical issues that will prohibit you from following this rule, you need to bring a signed note from your parent. DO NOT EVER ASK TO USE THE RESTROOM WHILE WE HAVE A GUEST/SPEAKER OR WHILE I AM IN THE MIDDLE OF LECTURING.

 

 

FOOD/DRINKS:  THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO FOOD OR DRINK ALLOWED IN THE LAB!!!

 

MAKE-UP WORK: It is YOUR responsibility to keep up with and turn in work you have missed.  You will always be able to locate your assignments on Google Classroom.  Make up work will be taken until the end of each 9 weeks and you must notify me once you have submitted late work.

 

 

 

END OF CLASS PROCEDURES: At the end of class, if you are done with your work early, please stay in your seat and sit quietly until the bell rings. I will dismiss the class – not the bell. I do not want students to huddle around the door. Please log off of your computer and push your chair in neatly. I will not dismiss class if the chairs are not pushed in and computers logged out.

 

        

 

TARDY:  If you are tardy for class, please sign in at the tardy book in the front of the class.  Do not interrupt class.  Walk in quietly, sign in, and go quickly to your seat.  Please put your written excuse in the clear pouch in the back of the notebook.  If you have 3 tardies during a 9-week period, I will call home to discuss your tardiness with your guardian. Be on time!

 

 

Business Management & Administration

 

This Program of Study, Business Management & Administration, prepares learners for careers in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.  Career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy and require skills in organization, time management, customer service and communication. 

 

If you are interested in the Business Management field, you will follow this track:

 

Level 1

Computer Applications

Level 2:

Business Communications

Level 3:

Business Management

Level 4:

Advanced Computer Applications

Focused Elective (Capstone):

WBL (Internship)

 

 

Careers within the Business Management & Administration

sector include, but not limited to:

o   CEO

o   Sales Manager

o   Human Resources Assistant

o   Insurance Policy Processing Clerk

o   Executive Secretary

o   General Office Clerk