Jul 11

# Comp Apps SS – 7/11/14

I.  Objectives:

• Formatting and entering formulas on a worksheet
• Using the PMT Function to determine loan payments
• Sort data and create functions for mathematical operations
• Create functions to perform payroll calculations

II.  Classwork

A.  Page 279 Exercise 4

B.  Pages 285-286  Exercise 9

C.  Page 289 Exercise 13

D.  Chapter 6 iLearn Test

Jul 10

# Comp Apps SS – 7/10/14

I.  Objectives:

• Copy and move data between sheets
• Create What-If Statements
• Use functions to perform calculations
• Inserting row/columns
• Using the PMT Function to determine loan payments

II.  Classwork

A.  Pgs 262-263 Loan

B.  P. 275 Questions & Answers 10-16, 18, & 20B

C.  Pgs 265-267 Car Sales

D.  Pgs 269-271 Fundraiser

E.  Pgs 277-Exercise 1

F.  Page 278 Exercise 2

Jul 09

# Comp Apps SS – 7/09/14

I.  Objectives:

• Modifying and Creating Cell Styles
• Inserting an Deleting Row and Columns
• Using Functions to Perform Calculations
• Delete Columns

II.  Classwork-

A. P. 275 Questions & Answers 1-3 & 5-9

B. Pgs 245-247 Planets Part 1

C. Pgs 249-250 Employee Commission

D.  Pgs. 255-256 Planets Part 2

E.  Pgs. 259-261 Payroll Part 1

Jul 08

# Comp Apps SS – 7/08/14

I. Objectives:

• Apply formatting to a worksheet
• Create formulas to perform for calculations in a worksheet
• Apply conditional formatting

II. Classwork

• Pgs. 237-238 Exercise 12
• Chapter 5 Practice Exercise
• Practice Problem Below:
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• Chapter 5 Exercise Application Test on iLearn
• Chapter 5 Test on iLearn
Jul 07

# Comp Apps SS – 7/07/14

I. Objectives:

• Apply formatting to a worksheet
• Create formulas to perform for calculations in a worksheet
• Apply conditional formatting

II. Classwork

• Pgs. 206-207 Dept Memo
• Pages 225-226 Q&A #21-23, 25, 30-33
• P. 228 Exercise 2
• Pgs. 230-231 Exercise 4
• P. 234 Exercise 8
• P. 235 Exercise 10
Jul 03

# Economics SS – 7/03/14

I.  Objective:

• Determine what creates demand and what factors cause demand to change
• Plot a demand curve and apply the law of demand

II.  Demand Pages 91-95

III.  Classwork

A. Section 4-1

• Page 91 Vocabulary 11
• Page 95 2-6 Questions & Answers

B. Plotting Demand Curves

• Review Demand Schedule & Demand Curve – Figure 4.1
• Complete the demand curve worksheets attached

IV.  Discussion & Notes –  Demand Pages 91-95

IV.  Economics USA Video

Supply and Demand Watch 0:00 -11:00 Copy Questions & Answer questions below:

1. What happened to California in 1975?
2. What were the residents of Marin County forced to do?
3. Why did Marin County have this problem?
4. List some sacrifices the residents made.
5. What did some farmers and landowners do?
6. How did the lack of water affect the marginal utility of water?
7. How did more water affect the marginal utility of water?

Jul 02

# Economics – 7/02/14

I.  Objective:

• Examine the problems/shortcomings of a capitalist society and explore where improvements can be made.
• Compare/contrast the results of capitalism with the economic goals of society
• Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media in order to address a question or solve a problem.

II. Classwork

1. Capitalism-A love story Questions

1. List the economic rights FDR proposed?
2. Do you believe that an Economic Bill of Rights is needed? Explain

C. Chapter 3 Test Retake

1. Review the Test on iLearn
2. Copy down at least 8 questions you answered incorrectly and find the correct answers.
3. Submit the paper to me and then retake the test
Jul 01

# Economcs – 7/01/14

I. Objectives:

• Explore ways businesses grow and expand

II. Classwork

A. Section 3-1
•       Page 61 Vocabulary  (21)
•       Page 70 (2-6) Questions & Answers

B. Section 3-2
•       Page 73 Vocabulary (11)
•       Page 77 (2-7) Questions and Answers

III. iLearn Test Sections 3-1 & 3-2

IV. Last hour for the next 2 days

Jun 30

# Economics SS – 6/30/14

I. Objectives:

• Identify economic goals which are used to evaluate economic performance.
• Examine and discuss the role of government in an economy.
• Identify the characteristics of a free enterprise economy and the roles of entrepreneurs, government, and consumers.

II. Copy the diagram: Economic Goals & Examples

A. Provide Examples for each Pgs 44-45

• Economic Equity (4)
• Economic Security (4)
• Full employment (1)
• Price Stability (1)
• Economic Growth (1)
• Economic Freedom (5)
• Economic Efficiency (1)

B. 2.2 Classwork

III. Test Review

IV. 2-1 and 2-2 Quiz on iLearn

V. Section 2-3
A. Page 48 Vocabulary (11)
B. Page 53 2-7 Q&A

VI. Chapter 2 Review

A. Page 56 Write Out 1-8
B. Page 56 17-23 Q&A

VII.   Classwork- Shark Tank: https://abc.go.com/shows/shark-tank/episode-guide/season-05/515-swimzip-fitdeck-lifecaps-freshly-picked

A.  Write down these questions to answer for each entrepreneur and turn them in today.

1. What is the product/service or idea being presented?
2. What is the entrepreneur asking for and what are they willing to give up?
4. Explain your opinion on the product and deal that was or wasn’t made. 1-2 sentences
Jun 27

# Economics -6/27/14

I. Objective:

• Identify the characteristics of command, traditional, and market economies and examine how these are employed under different governmental systems.
• Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary that makes clear the relationships among the key details and ideas.
• Identify economic goals which are used to evaluate economic performance.
• Cite incidents in which conflicts result from the methods used to achieve economic goals
• Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text

II. Finish Copying Figure 2.1 page 38

III. 2-1Classwork

A.    Title each & write the Questions & Answers for each activity below:

III.  Clips from Moscow on the Hudson

Summary:  What was the difference in the two economies and societies in the movie?  Provide examples.  1/2 page

V Review Section 2.1

VI.  Discussion : 2-2 Evaluating Economic Performance pgs. 43-46

A.  Classwork

1.   Section 2.2 –Economic Goals & Examples
B.  Conflicting Economic Goals and Resolutions

VII.  Discussion topics

VIII.  Economic Goals and Examples (See Notes)

IX.  2-1 & 2-2 Test