Business Information Management I

In Business Information Management I, students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce and postsecondary education. Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies, create word-processing documents, develop a spreadsheet, formulate a database, and make an electronic presentation using appropriate software. 

Software: Microsoft Office 2016 Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint

Certifications:  Microsoft Office Specialist, Microsoft Office Expert

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Weekly Lesson Plans: 


Monday, March 1

First Period:

Functions and Data Organizations

  • Exercise 4 Car Loan pages 256 - 257

Second and Seventh Periods:

  • Exercise 4 Car Loan pages 256 - 257
  • Exercise 11 Estimated Candle Sales and Candle Memo page 263
  • Exercise 13 Marathons pages 264 - 265


    Tuesday, March 2

    First Period:

    Functions and Data Organization

    • Exercise 11 Estimated Candle Sales and Candle Memo page 263 
    • Exercise 13 Marathons pages 264 - 265


      Wednesday, March 3

      First Period: 

      Function and Data Organization

      • Review Exercise 11 and Exercise 13 (sub in class on Tuesday)
      • Review for test

      Second Period and Seventh Periods: 

      Function and Data Organization

      • Review for test
      • TEST


        Thursday, March 4

        First Period:  

        Functions and Data Organization

        • TEST

            Friday, March 5

            First Period:

            3 Week Progress Reports
            Missing Assignments
            Pass back printouts

            Second Period and Seventh Period

            3 Week Progress Reports
            Missing Assignments
            Pass back printouts