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sartin lesson plans using the hunter method for the week of 2 18 2013

Sartin Lesson Plans

using the Hunter Method

for the Week of 2/18/2013

Teacher: Desiree Sartin-Williams Department: Electives Grade Levels: 9 – 12

subject areas business education
Subject Areas: Business Education

1st & 2nd block: Personal Finance

3rd period Desktop Publishing

5th & 6th block: Information Processing

7th period Entrepreneurship

8th period Yearbook

bellwork daily activities
Bellwork & Daily Activities
  • Timed writing with a goal of 50 words per minute:;
  • Daily writing prompt:
  • Type it! Current Events Worksheet from
  • End of Class Enrichment Activities:
personal finance

Personal Finance

Unit Title:Credit

Lesson Title:Credit Management

objectives the student will
Objectives: The student will…
  • Explore the process involved in securing credit and the effects of poor credit management. (A, B, CP, EP, MK)
the hook
The hook:
  • Answer the following questions…“Who likes money? Why do we have money? What is money used for? “
  • “What is Credit?”
  • Use the internet to take a “Pre-Test” Credit Literacy Quiz @ Students will post their results to their wikispaces account.
credit notes
Credit Notes:
  • Purpose: Financial Literacy is an important part of a student’s future. When purchases need to be made and an adult does not have money there is a possibility that they may obtain credit.


  • Credit cards, like loans, allow you to build up a credit history. This may help you with credit related activity such as getting a student loan, car loans, renting an apartment, or buying a house. Credit cards are also convenient since they provide a reduced need to carry cash or checks, and provide security in case of an emergency.
  • However, credit cards are not for everyone, and if you have one you need to act responsibly. You need to be able to afford a credit card, and also need to try to pay off the balance each month. The over-use of credit cards has been a major reason why so many individuals have too much debt, and why bankruptcy rates are high.
  • Consumers are bombarded with offers from credit card companies, offering various incentives and interest rate options. For those that fall into the credit trap, being in debt seems almost forever. Meanwhile, high interest charges and late payment fees eat up most of their available money. Many credit card holders do not even know how much they are paying in interest, and what impact it has on their overall financial well-being.”
what is a credit card
“What is a Credit Card?”
  • Credit cards are plastic cards issued by a bank or other business allowing the holder of the card to purchase goods and services without using cash, also called buying on credit. They allow you to purchase things that you may not currently have the money to buy.
  • When you use a credit card, the credit company that issued the credit card pays the store. Later, you will get a bill in the mail from your credit card company for the amount you purchased. At that time, you can either pay the bill in full, or only pay a minimum amount, and wait till later to finish paying. If you wait till later, you will owe the credit card company interest on the amount that you do not pay.”
independent practice activities
Independent Practice & Activities

Choose a chapter (16 – 19)

  • Create a PowerPoint Presentation on your assigned section/pages.
      • Follow the headings for the section such as… in chapter 16– the history of credit, the early 1900s, etc. Proofread your work!
    • Type the Chapter Name & Section Heading as the title slide. Also your name, class, class period.
    • Type all objectives for your assigned chapter.
    • Type the section heading and information included in your section
    • Match at least 5 questions about your topic with end of chapter assignments; include in slide show. Tell the question number, page, and section of the End of Chapter Assignments.
    • Change the slide design and add graphics relevant to the topic
    • Include your page numbers & chapter as your citation.
  • Credit Interview Project (Homework)
  • Vocabulary Test (Major Grade)
  • Credit Quiz
design a credit card
Design a Credit Card
  • Label the Parts of a Credit Card; Create your own credit card using PowerPoint
complete the in chapter assignment for your relevant chapter only one
Complete the in-chapter assignment for your relevant chapter (only one):
  • Chapter 16 Point Counterpoint, page 395
  • Chapter 17 Personal Perspective, page 407
  • Chapter 18 Point Counterpoint, page 431
  • Chapter 19 Personal Perspective, page 453
textbook assignments
Textbook Assignments
  • Read Chapters 16 – 19
  • Vocabulary Terms for Chapters 16-19 (next slide)
  • Read all chapter summaries; pages 398, 420, 439, 460.
  • Complete the following end of chapter assignments for your chosen chapter (only one chapter):
  • Facts & Ideas in Review (3 Questions)
  • Applications for Decision Making (Complete 1 Question)
  • Life Situation Problem Solving (Complete 1 Question)
credit terms
Credit Terms
  • Credit Card
  • Creditworthiness
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act
  • Credit(399)
  • Finance companies
  • Installment loan
  • Credit report(421)
  • Credit Bureau
  • Principal
  • Simple Interest
  • Annual Percentage Rate (APR) (441)
  • Bankruptcy (461)
  • Debt collector
  • Collateral
homework credit interview project test grade
Homework: Credit Interview Project (Test Grade)

Interviewer (Student)________Period______

Interviewee Male Female Age______

Directions: Interview one adult (you may use an alias); have them to answer the following questions; answer all questions.

Do you use credit in any form? If so, how?

Do you feel credit has increased your standard of living? Explain.

Do you think that Americans in general rely on credit too much?

What advice can you give to people just starting out—beginning to work for the first time and starting out on their own—in relation to credit?

Do you know anyone with credit problems? What did he or she do wrong?

How many credit cards to you have?

What major purchases do you have planned for the next five years?

If you need to borrow a large sum of money, what three places, in order of preference, would you go to apply for a loan?

If you found that you were in financial trouble because of credit and had great difficulty paying your monthly bills what would you do?

credit quiz questions
Credit Quiz Questions




T=3 MONTHS (3/12) 0.25




T=24 MONTHS (24/12) 2

List 2 Advantages & 2 Disadvantages of Using Credit

What is the difference in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy vs. Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?

What are the five C’s of Credit?

What are three credit reporting agencies?

enrichment remediation activities
Enrichment/Remediation Activities
class desktop publishing

Class: Desktop Publishing

Unit Title: Using Drawing Tools in Publisher or Word

Lesson Title: @ the Convenience Store

objectives the student will1
Objectives: The student will…
  • Demonstrate an understanding of desktop publishing concepts. (C, IT)
  • Demonstrate proficiency in importing, formatting, and positioning text. (C, IT)
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the use of graphic images. (C, CO, IT)
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply desktop publishing concepts. (C, CO, IT)
  • Students will design documents consistent with a convenience store.
anticipatory set
Anticipatory Set:
  • Students will use word salad to brainstorm a list of 10 things each that are found in a convenience/country store.
  • What is a convenience store?
  • At the bottom of your paper make a shopping list of things that you recently bought from the store.
  • Students will make a list of at least 5 sections to include in each of their store documents.
  • Students interested in desktop publishing need to know how to design items that are business related items. Students need to also know how to readily identify items found in various locations. Students will design documents consistent with a convenience store.
guided practice
Guided Practice:
  • The teacher will show students how to create a drink can using autoshapes in PowerPoint. Students will design flyers, wrappers, packages, notices for restroom, shelves, chips, drinks, etc.
independent practice activities1
Independent Practice & Activities
  • Design the following items for your convenience store; use PowerPoint, Word, or Publisher
  • Bag of Chips (famous brand)
  • Can/bottle of famous drink
  • Candy Wrapper
  • No Checks Sign
  • 2 Restroom signs: Entrance, please flush
  • Plate Special
  • Hours
  • Deli Menu with prices (bi-fold)
  • Make a price list with pictures from the Internet of items for sell in your store.
dtp textbook assignments chapter 3
DTP Textbook Assignments Chapter 3
  • Read Chapter 3: pages 34 – 51
  • Type the definition to all terms
  • Answer the Review on page 48
enrichment remediation activities1
Enrichment/Remediation Activities

DTP Web Assignment: Go to > Go to the Desktop Publishing Page>> Choose the link for the online textbook. And complete the following activities for Chapter 2

  • PowerPoint Presentations
  • Student Data Files
  • Key Term Flashcards
  • Reading Check and Critical Thinking Activities
  • Rubrics
  • e-Review Self Checks
  • Worksheets
  • Enrichment Activities
  • Source:


class information processing

Class: Information Processing

Unit Title: Using DTP to format documents

Lesson Title: Creating Advertisements

objectives the student will2
Objectives: The student will…
  • Demonstrate an understanding of word processing concepts and terminology and apply word processing techniques to create, save and modify documents. (C, CO, IT, M)
anticipatory set the students will answer questions about their documents
Anticipatory Set: The students will answer questions about their documents.
  • What is a calendar?
  • What is a business card used for?
  • Describe your favorite commercial.
  • Use the internet to find unique business cards.
  • Bring in a coupon from home and describe the coupon. Attach it to your writing
  • The students will use Microsoft Word, Publisher, or PowerPoint to create advertisements for various businesses. Students will type text, insert graphics, use the internet, format text, change the font of text, and various other document formatting techniques.

Independent Practice & Activities

  • Create a Calendar
  • Design a Business Card
  • Add Tear-Offs to a Flyer
  • Create a Coupon Mailer
in this project you will
In this project, you will…
  • Answer the following questions on a piece of paper. Define calendar. What is the shortest month? What is the longest month? When is your birthday? When is your parent’s birthday.
  • Find a sample calendar; copy it to Microsoft Word. Cite the source.
  • Use a template in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint to create a 2013 calendar for the month of your birthday. Include a picture. Use the Internet to find at least 5 holidays/happenings in that month.
in this project you will1
In this project, you will…
  • Use a template to create a business card.
  • Include the following
  • Your name, title: Manager
  • Company: Use Wal-Mart or a popular Company
  • Address
  • Email Address
  • Telephone
  • Picture
  • Change information that is too private to share!
in this project you will2
In this project, you will…
  • Create a flyer advertising babysitting services.
  • The flyer will include tear-offs at the bottom.
  • Hint: Use a table
in this project you will3
In this project, you will…
  • Create an advertisement flyer that contains a clip-out coupon.
enrichment remediation activities2
 Enrichment/Remediation Activities:

Chapter 3:

class entrepreneurship

Class: Entrepreneurship

Unit Title: Entrepreneurial Ventures

Lesson Title: Restaurant Adventure

objectives the student will3
Objectives: The student will…
  • Apply economic concepts in an entrepreneurial venture; analyze customer groups and develop a plan to identify, reach, and keep customers in a specific target market. (A, B, C, CO, CP, EP, EN, IB, M, MK)
  • Develop a management plan for an international entrepreneurial venture. (A, B, C, CO, CP, EP, EN, IB, M, MK)
anticipatory set students will tell about their favorite restaurants
Anticipatory Set: Students will tell about their favorite restaurants.

Purpose: Students interested in entrepreneurship must take the opportunity to look at all types of businesses that are possible for making money.

guided practice activities
Guided Practice & Activities

Assume the role of consultant to a friend who is about to launch a full-service restaurant in your area.

  • Use the National Restaurant Association's Web site at to advise your friend about the current trends in the restaurant industry.
  • How fast are industry sales expected to grow?
  • Develop a profile of the "typical" restaurant customer.
  • What marketing advice can you offer your friend for reaching customers in your area? (contd.)
describe your restaurant
Describe your restaurant.

You are going to open a restaurant of your choice. It can be fine dining, family type or pub style – customers must come in and sit down to enjoy their meal. (No fast food/ drive through/pizza joint).

Answer the following on a piece of paper.

  • What is your theme (main focus)?
  • What is the name of the restaurant?
  • Who is your clientele (that is, who do you want your customers to be)?
  • How will it be decorated?
  • How many people can you accommodate at a time (number of tables or people)?
sketch a menu
Sketch a Menu
  • Sketch a menu for your restaurant on typing paper– one that you would give to your customers so that they can make their selections.
  • Keep in mind your theme! The menu should be neat, well thought out and well laid out (the flow of the menu listings and your choices make sense regarding your theme), colorful, and able to stand alone/easy to hold.
  • Your menu should consist of 4 categories:
  • Appetizers,
  • Entrees (with sides),
  • Desserts,
  • and Beverages.
  • There should be a minimum of 5 choices for the Appetizers and Entrees and a minimum of 3 choices for the Desserts and Beverages. Please note: you can have more choices if you so desire!!
sketch a menu contd
Sketch a Menu (contd.)
  • In each category, you should have each menu choice clearly named (cool, creative names are encouraged as long as your customers will understand what the item is), a brief but easily understood description of each food item, and a realistic price for that item.
  • Feel free to be as creative as you can! You can illustrate with your own artwork, downloaded images or whatever will add to the eye appeal. Think about the shape of the menu, as well. Could a variation in the shape contribute to the theme of your restaurant?”
create a group of 2 3 members start a fictional restaurant
Create a group of 2 – 3 members, start a fictional restaurant.

Using PowerPoint:

  • Create a name, logo, location, hours of operation
  • Mission statement (1 paragraph)
  • Floor plan with building interior and exterior
    • It should include tables, chairs, kitchen, restrooms, counters (optional), doors, and any other features you wish to include.
  • Staff & duties, uniforms with pictures
  • Word/Publisher: Menu with prices & pictures
  • Create an advertisement for your restaurant persuading people to come eat there.
homework ask 5 diverse adults what are their favorite local restaurants
Homework: Ask 5 diverse adults what are their favorite local restaurants.
  • Students will create a survey about the favorite restaurant of 5 diverse adults.
  • Use Microsoft Excel to record and chart their responses
enrichment remediation activities3

Enrichment/Remediation Activities:

Write a Restaurant Review for a local restaurant!