• ICT/Careers  

    (Information, Communication, Technology & Careers)

    "It's what you learn after you know it all that counts." - John Wooden 

     

     

    Day #1

    10 Things That Take Zero Talent, But Will Get You 100% Respect

    1. Be on Time

    2. Good Work Ethic

    3. Make an Effort

    4. Good Body Language

    5. Good Energy

    6. Good Attitude

    7. Be Passionate

    8. Be Coachable

    9. Do Extra to Excel

    10. Be Prepared

     

    Student Computer Login Account

    Use your district student login and password > 9 digit student ID number@mvusd.org

    (if you are new to the MVUSD, you'll have to see our school librarian to set up your login)

     

    Go to MMHS Web Site > Teachers > Santiago, Carlos

    Peruseread, typically in a thorough or careful way

    1. Course Outline 

    2. Syllabus 

    3. Lesson Plans (this page)

    EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO COMPLETE FOR THIS SEMESTER IS LISTED BELOW (updated weekly)

    I WILL INTRODUCE AND EXPLAIN EACH OF THE PROJECTS AS WE GO THROUGH THE SEMESTER

    IF YOU ARE ABSENT OR MISS CLASS PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS STEP BY STEP AND THEN IF YOU'RE IN NEED OF FURTHER EXPLANATION, I WILL GLADLY ASSIST YOU IN GETTING STARTED 

     

    Go to Typing.com

    Select Student Login (upper right side, blue box)

    Select Sign Up Free! (white box, blue letters)

    Use your district student login for Username with same password you use to login to the computer > 9 digit student ID number@mvusd.org

    Typing.com - tutorial lessons (30 minutes daily)

    Keyboarding is 50 points per grading period and will be based on your technique, proper finger use, accuracy and speed (minimum 30 WPM)

     

    Typing (Keyboarding) - follow these instructions every time to receive full credit

    - Proper use of your fingers is more important than lessons completed

    - Curve your fingers as demonstrated with thumbs on the space bar

    - Place your fingers on the Home Keys, feel for the line (notch) on the F and J keys

    - Keep your wrist(s) straight (avoid carpal tunnel)

    - Elbows in at your side, comfortable distance from keyboard

    - Keyboard letters in front of you

    - Sit back in your seat – good posture

    - Feet flat on the ground in front of you

    - Take your time, do it the right way

    - Speed will increase with proper practice

     

    Project #1 - Multiple Intelligences

    Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences

    Use the link below to access the article information:

    https://www.niu.edu/citl/resources/guides/instructional-guide/gardners-theory-of-multiple-intelligences.shtml  

    Use Microsoft Office 365 Power Point 

    Click on the link below to access the Microsoft Office 365 Portal > Click on PowerPoint > Select a Theme  

     
    Sign in: enter your 9 digit ID followed by @mvusd.org
    example 123456789@mvusd.org
     
    Password: same as your computer login
     
    Create an 11 slide presentation
     
    Slide #1 Title – Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences – competencies related to a person’s unique aptitude set of capabilities and ways they might prefer to demonstrate intellectual abilities (Also place ICT/Careers, your first, last name, period)
     

    Slide #2 Title –Linguistic/Verbal Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments)

    Format Example for Slides 2 - 10 is below:

    Hint/Shortcut - begin by formatting slide #2 with the headings for each column than Ctrl C to copy that format and Ctrl V to paste new slides for the remaining slides #3 - #10.

    Sample Table                                                                        

     

    Slide #3 Title – Logical/Mathematical Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments)

     

    Slide #4 Title – Musical Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments)

     

    Slide #5 Title – Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments)

     

    Slide #6 Title – Spatial/Visual Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments)

     

    Slide #7 Title – Interpersonal Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments)

     

    Slide #8 Title – Intrapersonal Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments)

     

    Slide #9 Title - Naturalist Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments) For this one you will need to use Google Search to find the necessary information.

     

    Slide #10 Title - Existential Intelligence (Place a bullet point for Learning Style and Preferences, 2 bullet points for Descriptions, 3 bullet points for Roles, 2 bullet points for Tasks, Activities and Assessments) For this one you will need to use Google Search to find the necessary information.

     

    Prior to doing Slide #11 that is listed below, I will lead you through the process of connecting you with CCGI, also listed below. 

    You will need the information from CCGI to complete Slide #11.

     

    California Colleges Guidance Initiative (CCGI) 

    Use this link - https://www.californiacolleges.edu

    Login or Register using your 9 digit ID@student.murrieta.k12.ca.us or 9 digit ID@mvusd.org and your password rams2020 associated with this email address

    Follow the red boxes and arrows to locate the the 4 Career Exploration assessments. Begin with #3 Multiple Intelligences.  Use this information to gain knowledge and be able to fulfill the requirements for Slide #11.  Below are the requirements for Slide #11.  

     

    CCGI

     

    Slide #11 Title – Results, What type of intelligence do I possess? 

    List your primary intelligence (shows the most yellow boxes) and provide 3 Traits (bullet points) associated to this career.

    List your second highest intelligence (shows 2nd most yellow boxes).

    List your third hightest intelligence (shows 3rd most yellow boxes).

    List Your Top 3 Careers.

    Your slide 11 should look similar to this sample:

    1. Interpersonal Intelligence

    • recognizing and understanding others perspective
    • connecting with people quickly and easily
    • forming and maintaining lasting relationships

    2. Musical Intelligence

    3. Linguistic Intelligence

    My Top 3 Careers

    • Music Director
    • Public Address System and other Announcers
    • Radio and TV Announcers

      

    (days to complete 1 of 2) 15 points

      

    Day #2

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #1 - Multiple Intelligences

    (days to complete 2 of 2) 15 points

     

    Day #3

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #2 - My Life Story

    Use Microsoft Office 365 Power Point 

    Click on the link below to access the Microsoft Office 365 Portal > Click on PowerPoint > Select a Theme  

     
    Sign in: enter your 9 digit ID followed by @mvusd.org
    example 123456789@mvusd.org
     
    Password: same as your computer login
     

    Create a 7 slide presentation 

    Use the Rule of 5 (5 words per line, 5 lines per slide)

    Slide #1 Title - My Life Story with your full name, include a photo of you or a cartoon character resembling you        

    Slide #2 Title - Birthdate & Birthplace with a pic of the hospital in which you were born

    Slide #3 Title - Immediate Family (people you live with) labeled with pics or cartoon characters

    Slide #4 Title - Closest Friends (3 to 6) labeled with pics or cartoon characters

    Slide #5 Title - 3 Top Activities labeled with pics

    Slide #6 Title - 3 College Choices labeled with pics

    Slide #7 Title - 3 Top Career Choices labeled with pics

    Present to the class for full credit (10 points) or 1/2 credit (5 points)

    (days to complete 1 of 3) 10 points

     

    Day #4

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #2 - My Life Story

    (days to complete 2 of 3) 10 points

      

    Day #5

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #2 - My Life Story

    (days to complete 3 of 3) 10 points

     

    Day #6

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

       

    Project #2 - My Life Story Presentations

    (days to complete 1 of 3) 10 points

     

    Day #7

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #2 - My Life Story Presentations

    (days to complete 2 of 3) 10 points

      

    Day #8

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #2 - My Life Story Presentations

    (days to complete 3 of 3) 10 points

      

    Day #9

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #3 - Why Sleep is Important

    Use Microsoft Office 365 Power Point 

    Click on either link below to access the Microsoft Office 365 Portal > Click on PowerPoint > Select a Theme  

     
    Sign in: enter your 9 digit ID followed by @mvusd.org
    example 123456789@mvusd.org
     
    Password: same as your computer login
     
    Use the link below to access the article information:

    located at http://www.apa.org/topics/sleep/why.aspx 

     
    Create a 13 slide power point with (2) important bullet points on each slide, from each of the 12 sections in the article.
    Place an image on each slide related to the title of the slide.
     

    Slide #1 Title - Why Sleep is Important (title and your name only)       

    Slide #2 Title - Importance of Sleep 

    Slide #3 Title - What are the signs of excessive sleepiness?

    Slide #4 Title - Amount of sleep needed

    Slide #5 Title - What causes sleep problems?

    Slide #6 Title - How environment and behavior affect a person’s sleep 

    Slide #7 Title - Health problems and sleep disorders 

    Slide #8 Title - Teenagers, sleep problems and drugs  

    Slide #9 Title - Children and sleep disturbances 

    Slide #10 Title - Sleepiness and decision making

    Slide #11 Title - Consequences of lost sleep

    Slide #12 Title - How to get a good night sleep

    Slide #13 Title - Insomnia and cognitive-behavioral treatment    

    (days to complete 1 of 4) 10 points

         

    Day #10

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

      

    Project #3 - Why Sleep Is Important

    (days to complete 2 of 4) 10 points

      

    Day #11

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #3 - Why Sleep Is Important

    (days to complete 3 of 4) 10 points

      

    Day #12

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #3 - Why Sleep Is Important

    (days to complete 4 of 4) 10 points

     

    Project 99 9th Grade Suicide Education/Prevention Talks--Murrieta Mesa HS

    STUDENTS please take this survey, so we can assess how effective our program was in giving you information to keep yourselves and others safe:

    Student Survey Office 365: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=47bwIPBFG0aN8rSLBRCnvUTX1M4KgKdHuZyegs20gWpUODVWTThNTjBOMzFYTEQ0TUpNNFBDRzdVRi4u

       

    Day #13

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #4 - Many Ways to Win – You’re in the Drivers Seat

    Create a slide presentation on Office 365 Power Point using the information on this link: Many Ways to Win – You’re in the Driver’s Seat or you can use the booklet in the front of the class (fyi - these are old and falling apart).

    Use the headings listed below from the sections in the booklet to guide you in developing an individual slide with a background that compliments the topic of that section.  Minimize the amount of words used on each slide but be thorough. 

     

    Slide #1 Title - Many Ways to Win – You’re in the Driver’s Seat! (List 3 key points, USE BULLETS)

     

    Slide #2 Title - Get Real (List the 3 broad categories with a short definition of each, WRITE OUT A DEFINITION FOR EACH)

     

    Slide #3 Title - Check Your Gauges (List 3 Dept. of Labor Projections AS BULLETS, bottom right of page, I REPEAT, BOTTOM RIGHT OF PAGE)

     

    Slide #4 Title - All Roads Lead To Success (List the 7 most popular educational routes WITH A SHORT DEFINITION FOR EACH)

     

    Slide #5 Title - Skills Wanted (List the 2 types of Skills WITH A SHORT DEFINITION FOR EACH – HIGHLIGHT the more important of the 2)

     

    Slide #6 Title - Would U Hire U? (List your top 5 Soft Skills WITH A SHORT DEFINITION FOR EACH)

     

    Slide #7 Title - Stay Ahead of the Curve (List the 6 Megatrends WITH A SHORT DEFINITION FOR EACH)

     

    Slide #8 Title - Healthcare Highway/Road Test (Out of 10 statements provided, FULLY WRITE OUT 5 THAT ARE TRUE)

     

    Slide #9 Title - Going Green (List 5 Hot Green Industries in CA, COMPLETELY WRITE OUT A SHORT DEFINITION FOR EACH)

     

    Slide #10 Title - Many Directions/Crack Your Code/Key Insight/Winning Combinations (What’s your 3-letter Holland Code combination? DESCRIBE AND ENTIRELY WRITE OUT EACH LETTER)

     

    Slide #11 Title - Smart Goals/Hit your Target (FULLY WRITE OUT one career goal you would like to achieve)

     

    Slide #12 Title - Road Blocks (List and COMPLETELY WRITE OUT the acronym R.O.A.D.)

     

    Slide #13 Title - Get on the Road (Do situation #1, FILL IN AND ENTIRELY WRITE OUT the ROAD chart)

     

    Slide #14 Title - Short and Tweet (Match and WRITE OUT proverbs 1, 2, 3 then WRITE OUT the best letter interpretation for each)

     

    Slide #15 Title - Ready, Set, Go! (The activities introduced you to what 5 activities? WRITE OUT all 5 as bullets)

     

    Slide #16 Title - Highway to Success (The journey of a thousand miles begins with a first step. What one step can you take today to move you closer to finding your career direction?) COMPLETELY WRITE OUT ONE STEP YOU WILL TAKE TO FIND YOUR CAREER DIRECTION.

    (days to complete 1 of 4) 30 points 

      

    End of the 1st Grading Period (6 weeks)

     

    Day #14

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #4 - Many Ways to Win – You’re in the Drivers Seat

    (days to complete 2 of 4) 10 points

       

    Day #15

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

      

    Project #4 - Many Ways to Win – You’re in the Drivers Seat

    (days to complete 3 of 4) 10 points

     

    Day #16

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Code.org - spend 20 minutes per week on this activity 

    Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Our vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra.

    What does code org teach you?
    Designed to be fun and engaging, Code.org's progression of Computer Science Fundamentals courses blend online and "unplugged" non-computer activities to teach students computational thinking, problem solving, programming concepts and digital citizenship.
     

    Joining Your Section (one-time only)

    If a student has not yet joined your section, please ask them to perform the following steps. Note that they only need to do this once. By joining your section, students will be able see the course assigned to them and you will be able to track the progress of the work they complete while they are signed in.

    1. Create a Code.org account if they haven’t already done so. They can do this at https://studio.code.org/users/sign_up. Note that they can either sign up with an email address and password, or sign up through Google, Facebook, or Microsoft by clicking on one of these buttons:
      Google / Facebook / Microsoft
    2. Sign in to their Code.org account.
    3. Navigate to https://code.org/join and type in their section code: JVKPNP.
    4. Once they press the "Go" button, they should be added to your section.

     

    Signing In

    Your students can sign in to their Code.org accounts by going to https://code.org and clicking the "Sign in" button in the top right corner.

     

    Counselors Visit - course selection/4 year plan

    Community College Article

    What Is The Difference Between College and University?

      

    Project #4 - Many Ways to Win – You’re in the Drivers Seat

    (days to complete 4 of 4) 10 points 

     

    Amazon - Jobs Vs Gates: The Hippie And The Nerd 

       

    Day #17

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #5 - History of Computers

    Use Google Drawings to create your next project

    Title: History of Computers

    Google Search – History of Computers: A Brief Timeline (located at http://www.livescience.com/20718-computer-history.html)

    Create a poster timeline on Canva by selecting 15 dates from the article and placing important name(s) and information on each year you selected

    (days to complete 1 of 1) 10 points

       

    Video - Roadtrip Nation started in 2001 when a group of friends took a Roadtrip to figure out what to do with their lives. Since then, it has evolved into a documentary television series, an educational organization, and an online community full of self-discovery resources—all dedicated to helping people resist the Noise of conformity and build lives around what they love.

         

    Day #18

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #6 - How Computers Work (6 video's = approximately 27 minutes)

    https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-science/how-computers-work2/v/khan-academy-and-codeorg-introducing-how-computers-work  

    Title: How Computers Work

    Create a 6 slide presentation

    For each of the 6 video's you will watch, pay close attention to the video and place 5 important bullet points (short phrases) about what you've watched. 

    Use the Rule of 5 (5 words per line, 5 lines per slide)

    Slide #1 Title - Introducing How Computers Work 

    Slide #2 Title - What Makes a Computer, a Computer? 

    Slide #3 Title - Binary & Data 

    Slide #4 Title - Circuits & Logic

    Slide #5 Title - CPU, Memory, Input & Output

    Slide #6 Title - Hardware and Software

    (days to complete 1 of 1) 10 points

      

    Day #19

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #7 Salary Surfer (brought to you by the California Community Colleges)

    Create an 11 slide presentation on Office 365 Power Point using the information from Salary Surfer 

    Slide #1 - Title Slide (copy and paste the following paragraph and place on Slide #1)

    Salary Surfer Research

    • this research will help students and their families make important decisions about investing time and money in a college education
    • the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, through Salary Surfer, is providing comparative information about the earnings of recent California community college graduates who received an award in a specific program of study
    • Salary Surfer uses the aggregated or grouped earnings of graduates from a five-year period to provide an estimate on the potential wages to be earned two and five years after receiving a certificate or degree in certain disciplines

    Slides #2 - #11 - Select and research 10 different careers from the list of 24 career specific disciplines   

    Below are the instructions:

    Career - add a short description of the career you are choosing from the list of 24. Use Google and type - What is the definition for (your career choice here)

    Curriculum - add a short description of one curriculum you are choosing from the Curriculum list. Use Google and type - What is the definition for (your curriculum choice here)

    Award Type - List whether you receive a Certificate, Degree or both (A certificate is usually two years or less of courses designated by a department. The certificates may include specific courses in a professional/technical field only. An associate degree requires additional general education, Math, and writing courses to round out the program.)

    Median Annual Salary - List the amount you would receive for 2 Years Before, 2 Years After, 5 Years After

    College name - Select a college based on proximity to where you will live or from where you will commute.  By clicking the college name you will be directed to their web site and can locate the address at the bottom of the homepage.

    Program Title/Type - based on the college you select, what do they list as Program Title and Program Type 

    Below is an example of what your research will look like when completed (short cut – copy the example below and paste to Slides #2 - 11, replace information as you research it)

    ·      Career/Education - the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university

    ·      Curriculum/Sign Language - a system of communication using visual gestures and signs, as used by deaf people

    ·      Award/Program Type – Certificate

    ·      Median Annual Salary

                            2 Years Before - $9,623

                            2 Years After - $21,543

                            5 Years After – $31,388

    ·      College – San Diego Mesa College

    ·      Program Title – American Sign Language

     

    For Slides #3 - #11 (copy and paste this template)

    Career/

    ·      Curriculum/

    ·      Award/Program Type – 

    ·      Median Annual Salary

                            2 Years Before - $

                            2 Years After - $

                            5 Years After – $

    ·      College – 

    ·      Program Title – 

     

    (days to complete 1 of 3) 15 points

     

    Day #20

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Salary Surfer (brought to you by the California Community Colleges)

    (Complete this project and send to me if it's not showing as completed on Aeries)

    (days to complete 2 of 3) 15 points

      

    Project #8 - 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey

    MS Office 365 – Introduction to Sway

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3dspMKu_xI

     

    View 2 related Video’s

    Introduction to 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Workshop

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBsKoZny0oc

     

    7 Habits e-book (link below)

    7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

    Create New Sway presentation. After the Title Card, insert individual Image Cards for each of the 7 Habits.

    On each of the 7 cards, place 3 important points made by the author Sean Covey.

    Title Card - 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

    Image Card 1 - Habit #1 Be Proactive (3 important bullets)

    Image Card 2 - Habit #2 Begin with the End in Mind (3 important bullets)

    Image Card 3 - Habit #3 Put First Things First (3 important bullets)

    Image Card 4 - Habit #4 Think Win Win (3 important bullets)

    Image Card 5 - Habit #5 Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood (3 important bullets)

    Image Card 6 - Habit #6 Synergize (3 important bullets)

    Image Card 7 - Habit #7 Sharpen the Saw (3 important bullets)

    (days to complete 1 of 3) 15 points

     

    Day #21

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Salary Surfer (brought to you by the California Community Colleges)

    (days to complete 3 of 3) 15 points

     

    Project #8 - 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey

    Same as Day # 16

    (days to complete 2 of 3) 15 points

     

    Day #22

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #8 - 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey

    Same as Day # 16

    (days to complete 3 of 3) 15 points

      

    Day #23

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Day #24

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

    Flipping the College Decision-Making Paradigm (05:18)

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project - The Freshman Project will provide students with the opportunity to investigate and do research related to their passions and aptitudes.  This project will build the foundation for subsequent grade level projects that will ultimately lead to the Senior Culminating Project.  The ultimate goal is to ensure all students are career and college ready upon graduation and effective contributors in our global society.

    The Freshman Project includes CCGI activities, Global Contexts, research, an essay and presentation. This will be completed on Microsoft Office 365 – Powerpoint.

    Sorry, but please select a Future Goal that is not a professional athlete.  I want you to have a backup plan in case your athletic dream doesn't come true. 

     

    Sign in to your account

    https://login.microsoftonline.com/

    9 digit student ID@mvusd.org

    Password is the same as your Other account

     

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 1 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

      

    Day #25

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

      

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project 

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 2 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

     

    Day #26

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

      

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project 

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 3 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

     

    Day #27

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

      

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project 

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 4 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

     

    Day #28

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

      

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project 

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 5 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

     

    Day #29

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Future Goals ProjectProject #9 - Future Goals Project 

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 6 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

     

    Day #30

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (20 minutes daily)

     

    Code.org - spend 20 minutes per week on this activity 

    Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Our vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra.

    What does code org teach you?
    Designed to be fun and engaging, Code.org's progression of Computer Science Fundamentals courses blend online and "unplugged" non-computer activities to teach students computational thinking, problem solving, programming concepts and digital citizenship.

     

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project 

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 7 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

      

    Day #31

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 8 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

     

    Grading of Keyboarding skills.

      

    Day #32

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

      

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project 

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 9 of 10) 50 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

     

    Day #33

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

      

    Project #9 - Future Goals Project 

    Click on the link below to navigate to the instructions for the project:

    Instructions - My Future Goals Project

    (days to complete 10 of 10) 50 points 

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    16 Personality Types

     

    Day #34

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #10 - Senior Culminating Project Preview "It's never to early to get started"

    Click on the link below to access the SCP on the MVUSD Site:

    https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/Page/17556

    Read this page and click on the link at the bottom of the page where it says Click to view video's of student presentations.  Select and watch 1 or more from the 4 video's available (these are actual presentations to provide you with examples). 

    In addition, open the 3 links on the right side of the page and read the information provided for you:

    1. Senior Culminating Project at a Glance (this shows you the requirements for the project)

    2. Senior Culminating Project Rubric (this is how you get graded)

    3. Senior Culminating Project Panel Member Guide (these are the instructions the panel follows and what they're looking for)

     

    Click on the link below to read and view the specific information on the PowerPoint Presentation:

    SCP

    Peruse this PowerPoint to begin brainstorming and planning your research in order to get you started with your Senior Culminating Project.

    Below is another link that will provide you with an Overview and show you a couple of completed samples of the project.

    https://mvusd.learning.powerschool.com/seagan/seniorculminatingproject2016-2017/cms_page/view

    Use either sample Becoming An Engineer or Graphic/Web Designer as a guide in developing your personal Senior Culminating Project presentation.  Presentations can be done on Microsoft Office 365 PowerPoint, Microsoft Office 365 Sway or Prezi.

    Sample Slides:

    Slide 1 - Title (Career, Your Name, Date) 

    Slide 2 - My Smart Goal (S-pecific, M-easurable, A-ttainable, R-ealistic, T-imely)

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    Slide 3 - Why? (Reason for Pursuing My Potential Career)

    Slide 4 - Plan of Action (Steps to Get There)

    Slide 5 - Personal Traits and Skills (Personal Characteristics)

    Slide 6 - Obstacles (Personal Obstacles)

    Slide 7 - Interview (Highlights from the person you interviewed) Create the slide but you will not do this one at this time.

    Slide 8 - Giving Back to the Community (Selflessness)

    Slide 9 - Reflection (How do you feel after completing this assignment?) Create the slide but you will not do this one at this time.

    (days to complete 1 of 3) 20 points

     

    Day #35

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #10 - Senior Culminating Project Preview "It's never to early to get started"

    Click on the link below to access the SCP on the MVUSD Site:

    https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/Page/17556

    (days to complete 2 of 3) 20 points

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

     

    Day #36

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #10 - Senior Culminating Project Preview "It's never to early to get started"

    Click on the link below to access the SCP on the MVUSD Site:

    https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/Page/17556

    (days to complete 3 of 3) 20 points  

    The Essential Guide to Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

     

    Day #37

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #11 - My Plan  

    Click on the link below to access My Plan web site:

     https://www.myplan.com/

    Use the Video Library with 489 career video's. 

    Select 9 different careers.

    Watch the short video for each career.

    Place 3 important bullet points for each of the careers.

    You will have a total of 10 slides (1 title slide and 9 career slides).

     

    Sample Slides:

    Slide 1 - Title (My Plan, Your Name, Date) 

    Slide 2 - Name of Career #1 with 3 bullet points 

    Slide 3 - Name of Career #2 with 3 bullet points 

    Slide 4 - Name of Career #3 with 3 bullet points 

    Slide 5 - Name of Career #4 with 3 bullet points 

    Slide 6 - Name of Career #5 with 3 bullet points 

    Slide 7 - Name of Career #6 with 3 bullet points 

    Slide 8 - Name of Career #7 with 3 bullet points 

    Slide 9 - Name of Career #8 with 3 bullet points

    Slide 10 - Name of Career #9 with 3 bullet points 

    (days to complete 1 of 4) 20 points

      

    Day #38

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #11 - My Plan  

    Click on the link below to access My Plan web site:

     https://www.myplan.com/

    Use the Video Library with 489 career video's. 

    Select 9 different careers.

    Watch the short video for each career.

    Place 3 important bullet points for each of the careers.

    You will have a total of 10 slides (1 title slide and 9 career slides).

    (days to complete 2 of 4) 20 points 

     

    Day #39

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #11- My Plan  

    Click on the link below to access My Plan web site:

     https://www.myplan.com/

    Use the Video Library with 489 career video's. 

    Select 9 different careers.

    Watch the short video for each career.

    Place 3 important bullet points for each of the careers.

    You will have a total of 10 slides (1 title slide and 9 career slides).

    (days to complete 3 of 4) 20 points 

     

    Day #40

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #11 - My Plan  

    Click on the link below to access My Plan web site:

     https://www.myplan.com/

    Use the Video Library with 489 career video's. 

    Select 9 different careers.

    Watch the short video for each career.

    Place 3 important bullet points for each of the careers.

    You will have a total of 10 slides (1 title slide and 9 career slides).

    (days to complete 4 of 4) 20 points 

      

    Day #41

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Your Final begins today and consists of:

    1. Project #12 - How to Get Your First Job (for Teens) (20 points)

    2. Project #13 - MS Excel Spreadsheets (20 points)

    3. Project #14 - 9 Lifelong Learning Skills... (5 points)

    4. Project #15 - Top 10 Things... (5 points)

    5. Keyboarding Technique (50 points)

     

    Project #12 How to Get Your First Job (for Teens)

    Microsoft Office 365 Power Point Project 

    Use the link below to access the web site information: 

    How to Get Your First Job (for Teens)

    Slide 1 - Title How to Get Your First Job (for Teens) 

    (1 important bullet point)  

    Slide 2 - Title Part 1 - 1 Finding Job Opportunities - Look for a job in a convenient location for you.

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 3 - Title Part 1 - 2 Finding Job Opportunities - Find jobs that can accommodate your schedule.

    (1 important bullet point)  

    Slide 4 - Title  Part 1 - 3 Finding Job Opportunities - Make use of your talents.

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 5 - Title Part 1 - 4  Finding Job Opportunities -  Ask around for odd jobs in your area.

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 6 - Title Part 1 - 5  Finding Job Opportunities - Try a retail or food service job.

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 7 - Title Part 1 - 6  Finding Job Opportunities - Check local job boards.

    (1 important bullet point)  

    Slide 8 - Title Part 2 - 1 Preparing A Resume - Think about what your potential employer might look for. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 9 - Title Part 2 - 2 Preparing A Resume - List your leadership experience. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 10 - Title Part 2 - 3 Preparing A Resume -  Highlight your skills. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 11 - Title Part 2 - 4 Preparing A Resume - Have your parents or a trusted adult proofread your resume. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 12 - Title Part 3 - 1 Applying for Jobs - Check what experience is needed for the job. 

    (1 important bullet point)  

    Slide 13 - Title Part 3 - 2 Applying for Jobs - Write a cover letter. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 14 - Title Part 3 - 3 Applying for Jobs - Tailor your resume to each job application. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 15 - Title Part 3 - 4 Applying for Jobs - Send your cover letter and resume via email or in person. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 16 - Title Part 4 - 1 Acing the Interview - Brainstorm a list of your strengths and experiences beforehand. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 17 - Title Part 4 - 2 Acing the Interview - Practice interview questions with a friend or family member. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 18 - Title Part 4 - 3 Acing the Interview - Dress in formal clothes. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 19 - Title Part 4 - 4 Acing the Interview - Relax, and be positive. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 20 - Title Part 4 - 5 Acing the Interview - Prepare questions to ask the employer afterward. 

    (1 important bullet point) 

    Slide 21 - Title Part 4 - 6 Acing the Interview - Follow up with the company within a few days. 

    (1 important bullet point)  

    (days to complete 1 of 3) 20 points

     

    Day #42

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #2 How to Get Your First Job (for Teens) 

    (days to complete 2 of 3) 20 points

     

    Day #43

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #12 How to Get Your First Job (for Teens)

    (days to complete 3 of 3) 20 points

      

    Day #44

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #13 Microsoft Excel 

    click on the link below to access the worksheets on your computer MS Excel app

    5 Excel Worksheets

    1. Birthday - learn to calculate how old you are in seconds, etc

    2. GPA - learn to calculate your up to date grade point average

    3. Wages - learn to calculate your total gross pay for your small business

    4. Payroll - learn to calculate your net pay for your small business 

    5. Personal Budget - learn to calculate your personal budget

    (days to complete 1 of 1) 20 points 

     

    Day #45

    Keyboarding

    Review proper keyboarding use and technique

    Typing.com - lessons (30 minutes daily)

     

    Project #14 - 9 Lifelong Learning Skills for Beyond School and Where to Work on Them

    Use Canva.com to create your next project

    Title: 9 Lifelong Skills

    Create a poster on Canva by adding the title and depicting all 9 listed statements through pics from Google Images and labeling each

    https://globaldigitalcitizen.org/9-lifelong-learning-skills?mc_cid=a4dee5def2&mc_eid=19280c0a8a 

    (days to complete 1 of 1) 5 points 

     

    Day #46 

    Finals Week - C Day Monday

     

    Keyboarding Technique Final  

     

    Project #15 Top 10 Things I've Learned in ICT/Careers During the Semester 

    Use Canva.com to create your next project

    Title: Top 10

    Create a poster on Canva by adding 10 pics with titles related to the Top 10 Things you have learned in ICT/Careers 

    (days to complete 1 of 1) 5 points

     

    Complete projects and grading

     

    Day #47

    Finals Week - C Day Tuesday

     

    Complete projects and grading

     

    Day #48

    Finals Week - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 

     

    Complete projects and grading 

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