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Mary ColeHigh School Business Teacher & SR. High Co-FBLA Adviser
STUDY SKILLS 7.
This course is designed to help students “learn how to learn”. Concepts covered include: time management, note taking methods, outlining, test taking skills, and reading and organization skills.
COMPUTER LIT 8.
This course will utilize the internet and library to teach students how to properly do research papers using MLA format. Emphasis will be placed on research techniques and documentation sources. Also covered will be Microsoft Word, Publisher, Power Point and PhotoStory. In addition, students will be responsible for a career research catalog.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS COLLEGE PREP/ACE.
Approval from Mrs. Cole is required. This course may be taken for 4 ACE credits through Corning Community College (CCC Course # CSIT 1390 – Computer Literacy and Microcomputer Applications) and is designed for the college bound student. This advanced course covers the entire Microsoft Office 2007 suite. This includes the advanced features of Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point. Students will also learn about networking basics, file management, digital media, and Information Systems Analysis &
FYEX 1000 COLLEGE PREP/ACE – FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE.
Approval from Mrs. Cole is required. This course facilitates intellectual and social integration of first-year students into the academic community. The course provides specific methods and strategies which students may adopt to promote personal growth and success both in the college environment and throughout life. This course may be taken for 3 ACE credits through Corning Community College (CCC Course # FYEX 1000 – First Year Experience). MS OFFICE. This course is designed to teach students advanced word processing, database management, graphics presentation and spreadsheet development. This is a one-half credit course required for graduation.
LAW FOR BUSINESS AND PERSONAL USE.
Explore the foundations of business law, while introducing personal law topics that interest students. LAW FOR BUSINESS AND PERSONAL USE combines strong content with interactive technology and video to maintain student interest and support active learning. Coverage includes contracts, criminal law, consumer protection, wills and estates, marriage and divorce, property law, agency, employment contracts, unions, commercial paper, and credit obligations. Each chapter is divided into short, easy-to-handle lessons, setting a comfortable learning pace. With more than 1,000 cases, there’s never a shortage of opportunities for case analysis and research.