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D sartin w spring 2011

E-mail

[email protected]

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D. Sartin W.

Spring 2011

Business Communications


Business communications ms business technology framework

Business Communications MS Business & Technology Framework

  • Develop a working knowledge of the foundations of oral and written communications, reading, and listening skills.

  • Apply basic social communication skills in personal and professional situations.

  • Use technology to enhance the effectiveness of communications.

  • Apply various methods of communication in seeking employment.

  • Incorporate appropriate techniques to communicate effectively in various business situations.


Writing skills objectives mhs electives

Writing Skills Objectives (MHS ELECTIVES)

  • The student will be able to use prewriting and revising techniques to produce a polished piece of writing that meets the standards of the discipline.

  • The student will be able to use writing to make personal connections with course materials, develop critical thinking skills, and enrich the learning process.

  • The student will be able to write Standard American English.

  • The student will be able to communicate effectively in response to the demands of a specific audience.

  • The student will be able to use various forms of writing within the discipline.

    Source: http://neasc.umf.maine.edu/data/portfolio/prog/hum/eng/outcomes%20template.htm)


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Business communications

1. Develop a working knowledge of the foundations of oral and written communications, reading, and listening skills.

  • Oral Communications

    • 2 Speeches

  • Written Communications

    • Business Letter

    • Comic Strip

  • Reading Communications

    • Children Stories

    • Writing To Learn

    • Annotated Bibliography (MLA)

  • Listening Skills

    • Interpreting Lyrics from different music genres


2 apply basic social communication skills in personal and professional situations

2. Apply basic social communication skills in personal and professional situations.

  • Time Management

  • Discrimination

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Customer Service

  • Etiquette

  • The Body Language Cat Walk

  • Nonverbal Cues


Nonverbal communications

Nonverbal Communications

The Lie Detector

  • Write down five “Yes or No” Questions about yourself.

    • Example: Have you ever ate a bug? 

  • On a separate sheet of paper answer the questions.

  • Trade your questions with a person that you are not very familiar with; keep your answer sheet.

  • Ask your classmate the questions that they created for themselves. Write down their response and whether or not you believe them to be lying or truthing! 

  • Compare your answers.

  • What are three signs that someone is lying? Write them down on your handout & turn in all papers.


3 use technology to enhance the effectiveness of communications

3. Use technology to enhance the effectiveness of communications.

  • Current Events

  • Presentations

  • Flyers

  • Business Cards

  • Classifieds; Twitter

  • Telephone Etiquette

  • Blogs

  • Websites

  • Discussion Boards

  • Silent Discussion


4 apply various methods of communication in seeking employment

4. Apply various methods of communication in seeking employment.

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Follow-up letter

  • Mock interviews

  • Complete an Application

  • Compile an employment portfolio

  • http://www.quintcareers.com/resume_strategy_quiz.html


Resumes cover letters

Resumes & Cover Letters

Each student must complete the following. Post all documents to website and turn in hard copies to teacher.

  • Resume (mjr)

  • Cover Letter (mjr)

    • to Mrs. Sartin, Business Education, McComb High School, 310 7th Street, McComb, MS 39648

  • 10 Interview questions; answered and source documented from internet. (mnr)

  • Bring in Job Posting from the Internet or Newspaper (mnr)

  • Go to a local business get a job application, complete it, and turn it in to me. (mjr)

  • Professional Attire Day

  • Letter of Recommendation from an adult. Recommending you as student of the month. (+5xtra added to project grade)


5 incorporate appropriate techniques to communicate effectively in various business situations

5. Incorporate appropriate techniques to communicate effectively in various business situations.

  • International Business Etiquette


What is an electronic portfolio

What is an electronic portfolio?

  • An electronic portfolio is a collection of work that someone creates to showcase items that he/she has created.

  • In this case an electronic portfolio is a collection of five or more assignments that have been created since the beginning of the school year. Students may use typed, photographed, or computerized assignments from other classes.

  • Otherwise, students will take a snapshot of five different assignments. (Ctrl + print screen) and paste the assignments in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint.

  • Students must give a description/explanation of the assignment and if it is for a different teacher be sure to list the teacher’s name. Please change the background, Spell check, & Use Creative fonts.


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