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Spring 2014

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  1. Spring 2014 Business Information Management Sandra Parker

  2. Business Information ManagementJanuary 7, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Understand how to manage relationship between Tables in Access. • Key Question: • What does “Integrity” mean and how could this term apply to relationships between tables in Access? • Activity: • Create a File for Access Chapter 2 Terms in a Word Document. • Key the terms on page 643 • Complete A Try 08, p. 644 – 952 (together, practice) • Complete A Proj 17, p. 652 (formative) • Complete A Proj 18, p. 654 (formative)

  3. Business Information ManagementJanuary 8, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Learn how to use “find/replace/sort” to data mine. • Key Question: • How is using the “find” tool like using a flashlight? • Activity: • Key Access Lesson 9 terms, p. 656 (formative) • A Try 09, p. 657-661 (together, practice) • A Proj 19, p. 661 (formative) • A Proj 20, p. 662 (formative)

  4. Business Information ManagementJanuary 9, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Learn how to “Filter Data”. • Key Question: • How does a filter of any type work? • Activity: • Key Access Lesson 10 terms, p. 663 (formative) • A Try10, p. 664 (practice) • A Proj 21, p. 667 (formative) • A Proj 22, p. 668 (formative)

  5. Business Information ManagementJanuary 10, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Learn how to create a “Query”. • Key Question: • What word also has the prefix in “query” that means the same thing? • Activity: • Key Access Lesson 11 terms, p. 669 • A Try 11, p. 670-675 • A Proj 23, p. 675 • A Proj 24, p. 676

  6. Business Information ManagementJanuary 13, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Learn how to create a query that will search through many tables. • Key Question: • How does using a query help you quickly find information? (data mining) • Activity: • Key Lesson 12 terms, p. 677 • A Try 12, p. 679 (together) (practice) • A Proj 25, p. 682 (formative) • A Proj 26, p. 683 (formative)

  7. Business Information ManagementJanuary 14, 2014 • Lesson Target: • How to specify criteria in a query. • Key Question: • How is a query like a filter? • Activity: • Key the terms for Lesson 13, p. 684 (formative) • Atry 13, p. 685-687 (practice) • Aproj 27, p. 687 (formative) • Aproj 28, p. 688 (formative)

  8. Business Information ManagementJanuary 15, 2014 • Lesson Target: • How to use comparison and wildcard operators in a query. • Key Question: • When should you use the “Between…And” operator in a query? • Activity: • Key the terms for Lesson14, p. 689 (formative) • A Try 14, p. 690-693 (practice) • A Proj 29, p. 693 (formative) • A Proj 30, p. (formative)

  9. Business Information ManagementJanuary 16, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Understand how to use a “calculated field” • Key Question: • When would it be useful to have a calculated field in a table? • Activity: • Key terms for Lesson 15, p. 695 (formative) • Atry 15, p. 697-698 (practice) • Aproj 31 (formative) • Aproj 32 (formative)

  10. Business Information ManagementJanuary 17, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Understand how to summarize information in a query. • Key Question: • Which function would help you find the highest number in a table? • Activity: • Key the terms for lesson 16,p. 701 • Print all of the terms for Access, Chapter 2 and turn in. (formative) • Atry 16, p. 702-704 (practice) • Aproj 33, p. 705 (formative) • aProj 34, p. 706 (formative)

  11. Business Information ManagementJanuary 21, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Apply what you have learned in Chapter 2 • Key Question: • What do you remember from the lessons in Chapter 2? • Activity: • Project 35, p. 707 (formative) • Project 36, p. 708 (formative)

  12. Business Information ManagementJanuary 22, 2014 • Lesson Target: • Apply what you have learned in Chapter 2 • Key Question: • What do you remember from the lessons in Chapter 2? • Activity: • Chapter 2 Test (summative)