Course Syllabus
COURSE / CRN:
MyITLab
course #
COURSE TITLE:
COURSE
DESCRIPTION:
TERM:
INSTRUCTOR:
CONTACT
INFORMATION:
OFFICE HOURS:
CGS 1530 / 20369 Sumter Campus Clark Maxwell Bldg Room 4144 Monday 6:30 to 9:15 PM
Microcomputer Applications
This is an introductory course in the use of microcomputer application software. Applications covered
will include word processing, spreadsheets and charting, database, and presentation graphics.
Integration activities and web-based searches will also be included.
Spring 2011
Mrs. Joan Johnson, M. Ed,
Adjunct Instructor,
Master MCAS
Phone:
Leesburg 352-787-3747
South Lake: 352-242-5722
Sumter: 352-568-0001
Home Phone: (352) 793-8386 (Available Mon. thru Fri. till 11 pm, all day Sat.)
Email: [email protected] ( I normally check this daily)
Communication with instructor can be accomplished in several ways:
LSCC email: Student may communicate with the instructor through [email protected] utilizing
their Laker Mail account. Do not use any other service provider email address to communicate with
the instructor. Students communicating via the LSCC email should put the location and day of meeting
in the subject line
(i.e.: Sumter, Mon.).
Student can call the campus and leave a message, (I check my message box every evening before
class.)
Student can call the instructor at home (352-793-8386) and leave a message if she is not there. The
message MUST include your name, and a contact phone number. If you do not get a reply, feel free to
call again.
All students are required to use LakerMail for official college email communications.
I will make an appointment to meet with you before or after class.
CREDIT:
3 credit hours
PREREQUISITES: None CO-REQUISITES: None
MyITLab Info
Course to enroll in
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STUDENT
LEARNING
OUTCOMES &
COMPETENCIES
:
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1. Students will create folders, transfer files and identify Windows elements
2. Students will create a variety of word-processing documents including business letters and multi-page
reports using MLA and/or APA styles.
3. Students will create appropriately formatted basic spreadsheets and charts.
4. Students will distinguish between flat file and relational databases. They will design and create basic
tables, forms, queries, and reports.
5. Students will use basic presentation tools to present information to an audience.
COMPETENCIES: At the completion of this course, the student should be able to perform the following minimum
competencies:
Windows Operating System and Office 2007 basics:
 Identify the major components of the Office 2007 User Interface
 Demonstrate the use of MS Office Help
 Apply fundamental mouse and keyboard actions
 Open, close, maximize, minimize, restore, scroll and resize windows on the desktop
 Use Windows Help, Windows Explorer, and Internet Explorer
 Understand and use basic file and folder management
For Word Processing applications:
 Create and locate documents
 Distinguish among appropriate fonts and sizes
 Emphasize text by applying bullets, numbering, boldface, underlining and italics
 Apply settings for page setup and paragraph formatting
 Create and format a business letter and its components
 Create, edit and format a multi-page document with internal and footnote references, outline, Works
Cited and/or Reference page and with a header and a footer as in an acceptable term paper
 Create and modify simple tables
 Set tabs and modify tabbed data
 Save, preview, and print documents
For Spreadsheet applications:
 Identify the fundamental terms used with spreadsheets
 Create and edit appropriately formatted spreadsheets with basic formulas & functions including but not
limited to SUM, AVERAGE, MAX, MEDIAN and MIN
 Distinguish between relative and absolute addressing
 Print cell formulas
 Identify the elements of an Excel chart
 Create and edit appropriately formatted charts from spreadsheet data
For Database applications:
 Identify the major components of the Access window
 Define basic database terminology
 Demonstrate the use of MS Office Help
 Create and modify tables and queries
 Distinguish between a flat-file database and a relational database
 Create, execute, save, and print the results of queries
 Create a form and a report using the wizards
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For Presentation applications:
 Create and edit a professional appropriate presentation
 Include multimedia, animation, and transitions to a presentation
 Present a professional verbal presentation using slide show
 Be able to use all printing options
REQUIRED
MATERIAL:
Microcomputer Applications BOOK:
Skills for Success with Microsoft Office 2007 ISBN 0138022690
Skills for Success with Windows 7 (supplement book)
MyITLab Account Access Code [you will do most graded work online]
A jump/flash/stick drive for saving work on (a small one will do)
TECHNOLOGY
& ONLINE
COMPUTER
ACCESS
REQUIREMENT:
Students taking this course will need access to a computer that can utilize Pearson’s MyITLab and Microsoft
Office 2007 (Academic Version - Word, Excel & PowerPoint). Students who do not have a computer that can
access all of these items can take this course by utilizing computers available in LSCC’s libraries located at any of
the campus sites. Lack of computer resources cannot be accepted as a reason for a student’s
inability to complete assignments. Assignments WILL NOT be accepted late!
For issues with MyITLab, on your home computer contact Pearson Education at
www.247pearsoned.custhelp.com. They are available 24/7, every day of the year.
COURSE
OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed for students to study how office management tools can be put to use when solving
business tasks. Becoming comfortable with business applications is its prime goal. You are not expected to
remember every detail, but are expected to develop your skills in working with applications of this type. This
often means searching for directions in the applications’ Help file and following the directions provided. Students
will always be provided with directions, but are expected to apply critical thinking skills. You are encouraged to
take notes and learn shortcuts to make working with the office products easier and more efficient.
ACADEMIC
INTEGRITY:
The successful functioning of the academic community demands honesty, which is the basis of respect for both
ideas and persons. In the academic community, there is an ongoing assumption of academic integrity at all levels.
There is the expectation that work will be independently thoughtful and responsible as to its sources of
information and inspiration. Honesty is an appropriate consideration in other ways as well, including but not
limited to the responsible use of library resources, responsible conduct in examinations, and the responsible use
of the Internet. (See college catalog for complete statement.)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES:
Any student with a documented disability who requires assistance or academic accommodations should contact
the Office for Students with Disabilities immediately to discuss eligibility. The Office for Students with Disabilities
(OSD) is located on the Leesburg Campus, but arrangements can be made to meet with a student on any campus.
An appointment can be made by calling 352-365-3574 and specific information about the OSD and potential
services can be found at www.lscc.edu , then go to “Quick Links” and click on Disability Services.
PRIVACY
POLICY
(FERPA):
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part99) is a Federal law that
protects the privacy of a student’s education records. In order for your information to be released, a form must
be signed and in your records located in the Admissions/Registrar’s Office.
Online participation is critical. You are responsible for accessing MyITLab on a regular basis.
ATTENDANCE /
WITHDRAWAL
This course requires the submission of weekly assignments. Students are responsible for all work assigned. This
includes all chapter material as outlined in the course calendar, MyITLab assignments and quizzes, tests and
exams. This course is not an independent study. Due dates will be adhered to with each application and exam
completion dates are posted on the course calendar. Failure to complete any assignments and/or the exam by
the posted due date will result in a zero (0) for that activity.
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HOMEWORK
POLICIES:
No assignments or exams will be accepted after the due date posted. There are no
exceptions to this rule.
The last date to withdrawal is Friday, March 25, 2011
You can refer to a complete withdrawal policy in the College catalog; please familiarize yourself with it. In general,
students must withdraw themselves. If you wish to withdraw from the course, you must go to the Admissions
Office and submit the formal course withdrawal form. If you do not complete the course and do not formally
withdraw, you will receive a failing grade.
VIOLENCE
STATEMENT:
Lake-Sumter Community College has a policy of zero tolerance for violence as stated in College Board Rule 2.17.
Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken in accordance with Board Rule 2.17.
METHODS OF
EVALUATION:
Content:
Class Introduction and Windows
Word (incl. MLA and/or APA)
Excel
Database Concepts
PowerPoint
Final Exam (Comprehensive)
ASSESSMENT
POINTS
Method:
MyITLab Study Plans
MyITLab Concepts Quizzes
MyITLab Chapter Tests
MyITLab Application Exams
Application Projects
6.5%
32.0%
27.5%
5.5%
14.0%
10.0%
100.0%
15%
11%
17%
25%
32%
100%
CGS1530 Microcomputer Applications Point values
1.
2.
3.
Course Element
(Learning outcome)
Class Introduction, Windows,
Office 2007 User Interface, LakerMail, MyITLab Training,
Additional Instructor Selected
Topics/Projects
Word Processing
(Microsoft Word)
Type of Assessment
Book assignments, MyITlab
assignments, and homework
MyITlab assignments, and
homework
Common MYITLAB Assessment
MyITlab assignments, and
homework
Cap Stone Presentation
MyITlab assignments, and
homework
Common MYITLAB Assessment
MyITlab assignments, and
homework
Presentations
(Microsoft PowerPoint)
3.
4.
6.
Points
Spreadsheets
(Microsoft Excel)
Database Concepts
(Microsoft Access)
Final Exam
(Word, Excel, Access,
PowerPoint)
Common MyITLab Assessment
 Comprehensive
Total
ASSESSMENT &
GRADING
Microcomputer Apps Spring 2011
900 – 1,000 points =
800 – 899 points =
700-799 points =
600 – 699 points =
0-599 points =
A
B
C
D
F
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70
Total
Points
70
Percent
7%
245
32.0%
75
80
320
100
200
180
75
275
18.0%
27.5%
55
55
5.5%
100
100
10.0%
1000
Superior Achievement
Above-Average Achievement
Average Achievement
Below-Average Achievement
Failing Work
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100.0%
COURSE
CONTENT/
CALENDAR:
See attached list of assignments and due dates. On-line Myitlab assignments will be set up to be available from 8
pm the Monday assigned until 6 pm Monday of the week the assignment is due. You will have only one week to
complete assignments. Therefore, it is important to keep up with the homework. Assignments include a verbal
presentation accompanied by PowerPoint slides; this is your test grade for PowerPoint.
CLASSROOM
RULES &
POLICIES:
Policy on Student Conduct in Class
Any acts of classroom/online disruption that go beyond the normal rights of students to question and discuss
with the instructor and/or classroom peers the educational process relative to subject content will not be
tolerated, in accordance with the Academic Code of Conduct described in the Student Handbook.
Eating, drinking, chewing tobacco or gum is not allowed in class. Please do not bring any food or beverages into
the classroom. You will be asked to remove any food or beverage you bring into the classroom
Cell Phones are not to be used while in the classroom. If you must make or take an emergency call, leave the
classroom to do so. Texting especially while the instructor is lecturing is not permitted in the classroom
Cheating Policy
Students are expected to uphold the college’s standard of conduct relating to academic honesty. Students
assume full responsibility for the content and integrity of the academic work they submit. The guiding principle
of academic integrity shall be that a student’s submitted work, examinations, reports, and projects must be that
of the student’s own work.
It is permissible to assist classmates in general discussions of computing techniques. Each person, however, must
develop his or her own solution to the assigned projects, assignments, and tasks. A student may not use or copy
(by any means) another’s work (or portions of it) and represent it as his/her own. If you need help on an
assignment, contact your instructor!
Any student violating the honor code is subject to receive a failing grade for the course and will be reported to
the Office of Student Services.
Your Expectations of Me:
You may expect the following things from me:
 I will treat you with courtesy and respect.
 I will respond to your telephone calls and e-mails within a reasonable period of time.
 I will be prepared for class.
 I will return papers within a reasonable period of time.
 I will work with you to help you prepare for future classes and for the business world.
 I will model proper presentation and problem-solving techniques.
 I will model high standards of academic honesty and integrity.
SYLLABUS
DISCLAIMER:
My Expectations of You:
Here’s what I expect from you:
 You will treat me and your classmates with courtesy and respect.
 You will participate actively in class by coming prepared to learn.
 You will contact me if you have questions or if you don’t understand something.
 You will do your best to master this material and to submit work on which you are proud to put your
name.
 You will display high standards of academic honesty and integrity.
Information contained in this syllabus is, to the best knowledge of this instructor, considered correct and
complete when distributed to the student. The instructor reserves the right, acting within policies and procedures
of Lake-Sumter Community College, to make necessary changes in course content or instructional techniques
without prior notice or obligation to the student.
Note: This class teaches you the computer skills to format academic papers using sample exercises.
Always adhere to
the directions given by the instructor (English, Science, Nursing, etc.) assigning the reports or research papers when
preparing the actual reports for your courses.
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Course Content Calendar
CGS 1530 Microcomputer Applications
Spring term January 2011 to May 2011
Students should read lessons before attempting assignments.
Assignments are subject to change at the discretion of the instructor.
Activities
Topic
Week 1
Monday
January
10
Homework
Due at
beginning of
next class
Myitlab
Access to this
chapter
closes at
6 pm next
Monday
Week 2
Course
Introduction
Point
Value
Review Course Materials-Lecture
Syllabus & Calendar
Set up Laker-Mail Account
Review Email etiquette via Laker e-mail
Set up MyITLab Account
Classroom Lecture
Skills for Success with Windows 7 – Getting Started
Windows &
Skills for Success with Microsoft Office 2007 Introduction Chapter
Introduction to In-Class Activity
Microsoft Office
Introduction Chapter 1: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
2007
Introduction Chapter 1: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Required Homework
Send biography MEMO email to [email protected] from your Laker-Mail
Account
Print and turn in my reply
Turn in next week
Textbook: Skills for Success with Microsoft Office 2007 (aka S4S)
Introduction: Start! Common Features of Office 2007 –
Review Skills 1 – 10 Complete Matching Page 28 & Fill-in Pg 29
Turn in next week.
Optional: View Introduction: PowerPoint Presentations and Videos
(MyITLab)
Introduction Chapter : Study Plan Pre & Post-Test (MyITLab)
Introduction Chapter : End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Introduction Chapter : Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
Total Points Available for this section
Word:
Chapter 1
5
20
10
10
10
70
Classroom Lecture
Chapter 1 – Skills 1-10 p. 30 – 53 (S4S)
More Skills 12, 14 p. 54 (S4S) REVIEW MEMO LAYOUT!
Monday
Format Font, Size, In-Class Activity
January
& Style
Skill Check Assessment p. 58-59 Marketing Flyer (S4S)
24
Insert Picture
Word Chapter 1: Study Plan Pre-Test (MyITLab)
Homework
Check Spelling &
Word Chapter 1: Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Grammar
due next class
Insert Symbols
Myitlab
Homework Assignments
Use Research
Access ends at
(S4S) Assess Your Skills 1 p. 60 Pool Spa Report
Turn in next week
Tools
6 pm next
(S4S) Assess Your Skills Visually Page 62 Memorandum
Turn in next week
Monday
Word Chapter 1: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Word Chapter 1: End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Word Chapter 1: Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
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4
8
8
10
10
10
Activities
Topic
Point
Value
Word: Chapter 2 Classroom Lecture
AND Chapter 3
Week 3
Chapter 2 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 64 – 87 (S4S)
Manual Page
More Skills 11, 14 p. 88 (S4S)
Break
Monday
Margins
Chapter 3 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 98 - 121 (S4S)
January
Text Alignment
More Skills 11, 14 p. 122 (S4S)
31
Set Indents
Line & Paragraph
In-Class Activity
Spacing
Homework
(S4S) Skill Check Assessment p. 92-93 Virus Policy
Find & Replace
due next class
Word Chapter 2: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Cut/Copy/Past
Word Chapter 2: Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Myitlab
Bulleted List
Access to this Numbered Lists
chapter
Headers & Footers In-Class Activity
(S4S) Skill Check Assessment p. 126 - 127 Tours
Footnotes
closes at
Word Chapter 3: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Document
6 pm next
Word Chapter 3: Word Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Properties
4
4
Monday
Word: Chapter 3 Homework Assignments
(S4S) Assess Your Skills Visually P. 96 Hawaii
Turn in next week
(S4S) Skills and You p. 97 My Home
Turn in next week
Insert Picture File
Word Chapter 2: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Resize, Move,
Word Chapter 2: End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Format Picture
Word Chapter 2: Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
Set Tab Stops
Create & Modify
(S4S) Assess Your Skills 2 p.129 Cold Weather Menu Turn in next week
Tables
(S4S Assess Your Skills Visually pg.130 Staff Schedule Turn in next week
Insert Text Box
Word Chapter 3: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Insert Drop Cap
Word Chapter 3: End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Word Chapter 3: Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
SUBMIT POWERPOINT TOPIC on paper
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8
8
10
10
10
8
8
10
10
10
Classroom Lecture
Chapter 4 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 132 - 155 (S4S)
Week 4
Word: Chapter 4
Monday
Feb. 7
Homework
due next week
Myitlab
Access to this
chapter
closes at
6 pm next
Monday
Multiple Column
Text
Column Breaks
Smart Art
Mail Merge
In-Class Activity
(S4S)Skill Check Assessment p. 160 - 161 Health Clinic & name tags
Word Chapter 4: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Word Chapter 4: Word Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Homework Assignments
Assess Your Skills P. 163 (S4S) Quilt Show & Labels Turn in next week
8
Assess Your Skills Visually p. 164 (S4S) Book Sale Turn in next week
Word Chapter 4: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Word Chapter 4: End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Word Chapter 4: Word Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
8
10
10
10
Word: MLA
Week 5
Classroom Lecture
Monday
MLA Research Paper Format
Proofing
MLA Outline Overview
Feb. 14
Symbols
Review all available documents
Homework due
Parts of an MLA
next week
Outline &
Homework Assignments
Myitlab
Research
Outline Assignment (retype—properly formatted)
Turn in next week
Paper
Access to this
MLA Term Paper Assignment (retype & properly format)
chapter
Turn in next week
closes at
EXTRA CREDIT: SUBMIT A COMPLETE OUTLINE OF YOUR POWERPOINT PROJECT—
6 pm next
Word: Exam
Monday
MyITLab Word Application Exam –
1.5 hour
Week 6
Monday
Feb. 21
4
This will be completed in class!!!
10
35
10
75
Classroom Lecture
PowerPoint
Chapter 1—Skills 1-10 p 438-471 (S4S)
Chapter 1
More Skills 14 p 462
AND
Chapter 2 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 472 - 495 (S4S)
Chapter 2
More Skills 11, 14 p. 496 (S4S)
work on
In-Class Activity
Presentations
Begin working on PowerPoint Presentation—Create 3-4 slides
Homework Assignments
PowerPoint Chapter 1: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
PowerPoint Chapter 1: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
PowerPoint Chapter 1: PowerPoint Skills-Based Chapter Exam
(MyITLab)
PowerPoint Chapter 2: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
PowerPoint Chapter 2: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
PowerPoint Chapter 2: PowerPoint Skills-Based Chapter Exam
(MyITLab)
Work on PowerPoint Capstone Project
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10
10
10
10
Classroom Lecture
Week 7
Monday
Feb. 28
Myitlab
Access to this
chapter
closes at
6 pm next
Monday
PowerPoint
Chapter 3 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 510 - 529 (S4S)
Chapter 3
More Skills 11, 12, 13 p. 530 (S4S)
AND
Chapter 4 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 544-564 (S4S
Chapter 4
More Skills 12, 14 p. 564 (S4S)
work on
In-Class Activity
Presentations
Work on Power Point Presentation—Create 3-4 slides
Homework Assignments
PowerPoint Chapter 3: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training
PowerPoint Chapter 3. Post-Test
PowerPoint Chpt 3: PowerPoint Skills-Based Chapter Exam
PowerPoint Chapter 4: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
PowerPoint Chapter 4: PowerPoint Skills-Based Chapter Exam
(MyITLab)
10
10
10
10
Finish Capstone Project
WEEK OF MARCH 6 THRU 13 NO SCHOOL—SPRING BREAK—ENJOY!
Week 8
Monday
March 14
PowerPoint Presentations
100
Classroom Lecture
Chapter 1 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 166 - 189 (S4S)
More Skills 12, 13 p. 190 (S4S)
Week 9
March 21
Homework due
at beginning of
next class
Myitlab
Access to this
chapter
closes at
6 pm next
Monday
Excel:
Chapter 1
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In-Class Activity
(S4S)Skill Check Assessment p. 194-195 Hotel Room Note Change
PRINT LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS
Excel Chapter 1: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 1: Excel Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Homework Assignments
Assess Your Skills 1 p. 196 (S4S) Event Marketing
PRINT LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS SHOWING!!!!
Assess Your Skills Visually p. 198 (S4S ) Sports Package
PRINT LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS SHOWING!!!!
Excel Chapter 1: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 1: End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 1: Excel Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
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4
8
8
10
10
10
Classroom Lecture
Week 10
Excel:
Chapter 2
Monday
March 28
Access to this
chapter
closes at
6 pm next
Monday
Week 11
Monday
April 4
Homework due
at beginning of
next class
Myitlab
Access to this
chapter
closes at
6 pm next
Monday
Week 12
April 11
Homework due
next class
Myitlab
Access to this
chapter
closes at
6 pm next
Monday
Chapter 2 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 200 - 223 (S4S)
More Skills 11,13 p. 224 (S4S)
In-Class Activity
Skill Check Assessment p. 228 - 229 (S4S) Logo Clothing Sales
PRINT LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS
Excel Chapter 2: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 2: Excel Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Homework Assignments
Assess Your Skills 2 p. 231 (S4S) Catering Sales & Chart
PRINT LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS SHOWING!!!!
Assess Your Skills Visually p. 232 (S4S) Lobby Staff & Chart
PRINT LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS SHOWING!!!!
Excel Chapter 2: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 2: End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 2: Excel Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
4
8
8
10
10
10
Classroom Lecture
Excel:
Chapter 3
Chapter 3 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 234 - 257 (S4S)
More Skills 13 p. 258 (S4S)
In-Class Activity
Skill Check Assessment p. 262 - 263 (S4S) Payroll
PRINT LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS
Excel Chapter 3: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 3: Excel Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Homework Assignments
Assess Your Skills 2 p. 265 (S4S) Room Revenue
PRINT 4 SHEETS LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS SHOWING!!!!
Assess Your Skills visually p. 266 (S4S) Meeting Revenue
PRINT 4 SHEETS LANDSCAPE WITH FORMULAS SHOWING!!!
Excel Chapter 3: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 3: End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 3: Excel Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
4
8
8
10
10
10
Classroom Lecture
Excel:
Chapter 4
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Chapter 4 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 268 - 291 (S4S)
More Skills 11, 12, 14 p. 292 (S4S)
In-Class Activity
Skill Check Assessment p. 296 -297 Wedding Supplies
Print ONLY Pg 1 with Formulas showing
Excel Chapter 4: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 4: Excel Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Homework Assignments
Assess Your Skills 1 p. 298 (S4S ) Bakery Supplies
PRINT ONLY PG 1 WITH FORMULAS SHOWING!!!!
Assess Your Skills Visually p. 300 Poolside Accessories
PRINT ONLY PG 1 WITH FORMULAS SHOWING!!!
Excel Chapter 4: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 4: End of Chapter Quiz (MyITLab)
Excel Chapter 4: Excel Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
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4
8
8
10
10
10
Classroom Lecture
Chapter 1 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 302 - 325 (S4S)
Week 13
April 18
Access:
Chapter 1
Homework due
at beginning of
next class
Myitlab
Access to this
chapter
closes at
6 pm next
Monday
2
Homework Assignments
Excel: Exam
1.5 hour
Week 14
Monday
April 25
In-Class Activity
Skill Check Assessment p. 330 - 331 (S4S)
Cypress Spa & Cypress Spa Assets
Access Chapter 1: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Access Chapter 1: Access Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)-+
Access Chapter 1: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
10
Access Chapter 1: Access Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
10
75
MyITLab Excel Exam –
This will be completed in class!!!
Classroom Lecture
Access:
Chapter 2
Homework due
at beginning of
next class
Myitlab
Access to
chapter
Closes at
6 pm
Monday
Prior To
Next Class
Week 15
May 2
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Chapter 2 – Skills 1 – 10 p. 336 - 359 (S4S)
In-Class Activity
Skill Check Assessment p. 364 - 365 Cypress Spa & Cypress Spa Snip
Access Chapter 2: Study Plan Pre-Test and Training (MyITLab)
Access Chapter 2: Access Skills-Based Training (MyITLab)
Homework Assignments
Complete printed assignment
Turn in next week
Access Chapter 2: Study Plan Post-Test (MyITLab)
Access Chapter 2: Access Skills-Based Chapter Exam (MyITLab)
2
11
10
10
TOTAL Points for Access Portion
55
Comprehensive Final Exam
using Myitlab.
100
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MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS
STUDENT SURVEY
PLEASE PRINT!
Name ______________________________________________________________________________________
Last Name
First Name
Address ___________________________________________________________________________________
City
State
Zip
Phone Contacts: Home ___________________________________________
Cell __________________________________________
Work _________________________________________
Other _________________________________________
Laker E-Mail #1 [PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY!] ______________________________________________________
Do you have any health issues I might need to be aware of during class? (Ex: prone to fainting, diabetic problems, asthma
attacks, seizures, etc.) _______________________________________________________
Do you have any typing experience or formal classroom training?
If yes, how much and in what situation?
Have you ever used word processing software before?
If so, which one(s) and in what situation?
Yes 
Yes 
No 
No 
Is there something special you want to learn?
Is there anything you would like me to know about you?
Do you have any questions of me?
Please sign below to indicate that you have read and agree with the following statement:
I have received (and read) the syllabus for this course and understand the policy on grading and the policy on cheating.
Student X-ID ________________________
Signed: ____________________________________________
Date: _________________________________ Printed Name: _______________________________________
Microcomputer Apps Spring 2011
J. Johnson
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