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Garfield Public Schools
Fine & Practical Arts Curriculum
Computer Applications I
(Half-Year)
2.5 Credits
Course Description
This entry-level course introduces the student to Microsoft Office 2007. Students will complete projects with
real-life examples to develop skills they will need in everyday computing. The student will be introduced to
Word Documents, Excel Spread Sheets and Power Point Presentations. They will have the opportunity to
enhance their skills in these programs that are a necessity in college and many careers.
Prerequisite
None

Garfield High School

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Garfield Public Schools
Computer Applications I
Unit Map
Content
Unit Title:
Duration:

Intro to Computer Applications………………………………………………………………6
2 Blocks

Overview:

Rules, guidelines, etc.
 Start Word
 Describe a Word Window
 Enter Text
 Check Spelling
 Save
 Format Text, paragraphs and document elements
 Undo, redo
 Insert a picture and format it
 Print a Document
 Change Doc properties
 Open a Document
 Correct errors in a Doc
 Use Word Help

Unit Title:
Duration:

Word I – Flyers……………………………………………….………………………..………...8
5 Blocks

Overview:

Creating Flyers in Word
 Font size
 Font type
 Font style
 Insert Pictures
 Resize pictures
 Resume wizard
 Setting tabs
 Drawing toolbar
 Setting margins

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Unit Title:
Duration:

Word II – MLA Style Research papers…..………………………………………………….
5 Blocks

Overview:

Creating Research Papers in MLA Format
 Describe the MLA documentation style for research papers
 Change line and paragraph spacing in a document
 Use a header to number pages of a document
 Apply formatting using shortcut keys
 Modify paragraph indentation
 Create and modify styles
 Insert and edit citations and their sources
 Add a footnote to a document
 Insert a manual page break
 Create a bibliographical list of sources
 Move text
 Find and replace text
 Use the research task pane to look up information
Unit Title:
Duration:

Word III – Resumes and Cover Letters ……………………………………………………
5 Blocks

Overview:

Creating resumes and cover letters:
 Format Characters and paragraphs
 Insert and format clip art
 Set and use tab stops
 Identify the components of a business letter
 Insert the current date
 Create and insert building block
 Insert a word table, enter data in the table and format the table
 Use a template to create a document
 Fill in a document template
 Copy and paste using office clipboard
 Indent paragraphs
 Insert quick part
 Sort a list
 Use print preview to view and print a document

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Unit Title: Excel I – Worksheets and
Charts………………………………………………………………………………..
Duration: 5 Blocks
Overview:
Creating a worksheet with an embedded chart:
 Start excel
 Describe an excel worksheet
 Enter text and numbers
 Use the sum button to sum a range
 Copy the contents of a cell to a range of cells using the fill handle
 Save a workbook
 Format cells in a worksheet
 Create a 3-d clustered column chart
 Change document properties
 Print a worksheet
 Open a workbook
 Use the auto calculate area to determine statistics
 Correct errors on a worksheet
Unit Title: Excel II……………...
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………16
Duration: 5 Blocks
Overview:
Formulas, functions, formatting and web queries
 Start excel
 Describe an excel worksheet
 Enter text and numbers
 Use the sum button to sum a range
 Copy the contents of a cell to a range of cells using the fill handle
 Save a workbook
 Format cells in a worksheet
 Create a 3-d clustered column chart
 Change document properties
 Print a worksheet
 Open a workbook
 Use the auto calculate area to determine statistics
 Correct errors on a worksheet
Unit Title: Excel
III………………………….................................................................................................
.................................18

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Duration:

5 Blocks

Overview:
What if analysis, charting, and working with large worksheets:
 Enter Formulas
 Apply Average, max and min
 Verify a formula using range finder
 Apply a theme to a workbook
 Add conditional formatting
 Change column width and row height
 Spell check
 Set margins, headers and footers in page layout
 Preview and print
 Rename sheets
Unit Title:
Duration:

PowerPoint I…………………………………………………………………………………….20
5 Blocks

Overview:
 Start power point
 Describe a window
 Select a theme
 Create a title slide and text slides with single and multi level bulleted lists
 Save a presentation
 Copy elements
 View in slide show view
 Open a presentation
 Display print in grey scale
 Check spelling
Unit Title:
Duration:

PowerPoint II…………………………………………………………………………………22
5 Blocks

Overview:
 Create slides from a blank presentation
 Change views to review a presentation
 Change slide layouts
 Add a background style
 Insert mover and size clips
 Insert a photograph from a file
 Delete a place holder
 Change font color

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Format text using the format painter
Add and size a shape
Apply quick styles to place holders and shapes
Select transitions
Preview and print as outline and handouts

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Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: Intro to Computer Applications
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I / 9-12
Duration:

2 Blocks

Description : Introduce the class to the computer and to Microsoft office. Talk about how Microsoft Office is used
in the real world. Key terms, how to use the books, computer safety and school rules. Students and Teacher will
have a question and answer session to talk about how Microsoft Office effects our lives.
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts



Understandings

Safety
Rules
Guidelines













Start Word
Describe a Word Window
Enter Text
Check Spelling
Save
Format Text, paragraphs and document
elements
Undo, redo
Insert a picture and format it
Print a Document
Change Doc properties
Open a Document
Correct errors in a Doc
Use Word Help

Learning Targets
CPI Codes

8.1.12.A.
21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions



What are the risks of using the internet?
How and where do you save my work?
What is plagiarism? What are the consequences of plagiarizing?
Unit Results

Students will ...

be introduced to the computer and Microsoft Office. Students will be informed of all safety concerns that relate
to the computer. Plagiarism and rules relating to it will also be reviewed.
Suggested Activities
The following activities can be incorporated into the daily lessons:

Garfield High School

Aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
ENGAGING STUDENTS • FOSTERING ACHIEVEMENT • CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY GLOBAL
SKILLS

Garfield High School

Aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
ENGAGING STUDENTS • FOSTERING ACHIEVEMENT • CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY GLOBAL
SKILLS

Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: Word I - Flyers
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I / 9-12
Duration:

5 Blocks

Description : Students will use Microsoft Word to create flyers. Students will complete multiple projects to
reinforce what they have learned.
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts

Understandings

 Font size
 Font type
 Font style
 Insert Pictures
 Resize pictures
 Setting tabs
 Drawing toolbar
 Setting margins

Creating flyers in Word

Learning Targets
CPI Codes

8.1.12.A.2
Interdisciplinary CCS
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.9-10.2.A

21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions




Why do you need to know this?
How do you format a photo?
What is the shortcut key to undo?
How can you use flyers in the "real world"?
Unit Results

Students will ...

Use Microsoft Word to create a flyer. The primary objective of this activity is for students to be able Use
Microsoft Word to create an announcement. Students will lose points for either not completing or incorrectly
completing a part(s) of the the assignment.
Suggested Activities




Follow step by step instructions from the text to create a flyer
Open an existing flyer, modify text and images.
Fix spelling and grammar errors on an existing flyer
Create a flyer with a picture and border.

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Create a flyer for an event of your choice.
Create a flyer advertising the sale of a product or a service.

Garfield High School

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Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: Word II - MLA Research Papers
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I / 9-12
Duration:

5 Blocks

Description : Students will use Microsoft Word to create research papers in MLA style. Students will complete
multiple projects in each topic to reinforce what they have learned.
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts

Understandings

Creating research papers in MLA format  Describe the MLA documentation style for research
papers
 Change line and paragraph spacing in a document
 Use a header to number pages of a document
 Apply formatting using shortcut keys
 Modify paragraph indentation
 Create and modify styles
 Insert and edit citations and their sources
 Add a footnote to a document
 Insert a manual page break
 Create a bibliographical list of sources
 Move text
 Find and replace text
 Use the research task pane to look up information
Learning Targets

CPI Codes

8.1.12.A.2 8.1.12.D.2
Interdisciplinary CCS
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.11-12.1.E
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.11-12.8

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.11-12.4

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.11-12.6

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.11-12.7

21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions





What is Plagiarism?
Why must you cite any information you obtain for other sources?
What are the characteristics of a MLA research paper?
What are some different sources you can gather information from?
Why is Wikipedia not a reliable source?
Unit Results

Students will ...

be able Use Microsoft Word to create a MLA research paper. Students will lose points for either not completing
or incorrectly completing a part(s) of the assignment.

Garfield High School

Aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
ENGAGING STUDENTS • FOSTERING ACHIEVEMENT • CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY GLOBAL
SKILLS

Suggested Activities
The following activities can be incorporated into the daily lessons:



Follow step by step instructions from the text to create a MLA research paper
Prepare a short research paper with a footnote and citations
Using given information and where they were taken from, create a MLA research paper and works
cited page
Create a MLA research paper on a topic agreed on by the student a teacher. Noting that correct
citations and formatting is the main focus. Students will be reminded what plagiarism is and what the
consequences are.

Garfield High School

Aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
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Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: Word III – Resumes and Cover Letters
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I / 9-12
Duration:

5 Blocks

Description : The primary objective of this activity is for students to be able Use the Resume Wizard to create a

resume and a cover letter with a table. Introduction of the concept of using a template for document creation.
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts

Understandings

Creating resumes and cover letters

 Format Characters and paragraphs
 Insert and format clip art
 Set and use tab stops
 Identify the components of a business letter
 Insert the current date
 Create and insert building block
 Insert a word table, enter data in the table and format
the table
 Use a template to create a document
 Fill in a document template
 Copy and paste using office clipboard
 Indent paragraphs
 Insert quick part
 Sort a list
 Use print preview to view and print a document
 Address and print an envelope
Learning Targets

CPI Codes

8.1.12.A.4
21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions





What should be included in a resume?
What should be included in a cover letter?
What is appropriate attire for any interview you will go on?
Besides a printed copy, how else can you get your resume to employers?
When looking for a job, where can you find out which employers are looking for employees?
Unit Results

Students will ...

Create a Resume and cover letter with a table. The primary objective of this activity is for students to be able

Garfield High School

Aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
ENGAGING STUDENTS • FOSTERING ACHIEVEMENT • CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY GLOBAL
SKILLS

Use the Resume Wizard to create a resume and a cover letter with a table. Introduction of the concept of using a
template for document creation. Students will lose points for either not completing or incorrectly completing a
part(s) of the assignment.
Suggested Activities
The following activities can be incorporated into the daily lessons:



Follow step by step instructions from the text to create a resume and cover letter.
Create a resume from a template.
Create a resume and cover letter for a potential job.

Garfield High School

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Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: Excel I – Worksheets and Charts
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I / 9-12
Duration:

5 Blocks

Description : Students will use Microsoft Excel to create databases and spreadsheets with charts and graphs.

Students will also learn how to save workbooks or parts of workbooks in HTML format so they can be viewed
as web pages. Students will be assessed by completing a series of projects related to each of the four programs,
and a final cumulative exam.
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Start excel
Describe an excel worksheet
Enter text and numbers
Use the sum button to sum a range
Copy the contents of a cell to a range of cells
using the fill handle
6. Save a workbook
7. Format cells in a worksheet
8. Create a 3-d clustered column chart
9. Change document properties
10. Use formulas
11. Print a worksheet
12. Open a workbook
13. Use the auto calculate area to determine
statistics
14. Correct errors on a worksheet

Understandings

1, Open a new book
2, Cells
2, Ranges
2, Name box
3, formula box
4, Autosum
5, Fill handle
6, save as
6, save
7, Auto format
7, Percentages
7, Borders
7, Conditional formatting
7, Align text
7, Column width
7,Rotate text
7, Copy a range
8, Charts
8, Chart Wizard
9, properties
10, Auto Calculate
10, Average
10, Max, Min
10, Now function
10, System date
10, Absolute reference
10, If function
11, Portrait and landscape

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13, auto calculate
Learning Targets
CPI Codes

8.1.12.A.1,

8.1.12.A.2,

8.1.12.A.4

Interdisciplinary CCS
CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP4

CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP5

21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions





What can spreadsheets be used for?
Where can you find a list of all formulas excel has to offer?
What is the rule about selecting data when creating a bar chart?
What are the 4 formats that numbers can be displayed as?
Before printing what steps should be taken?
Unit Results

Students will ...

be able to create a worksheet and embedded chart in Microsoft Excel. Students will lose points for either not
completing or incorrectly completing a part(s) of the assignment.
Suggested Activities
The following activities can be incorporated into the daily lessons:




Follow step by step instructions from the text to create a resume and cover letter.
Create an annual sale of goods worksheet with a chart
Create a colleges cost financial support worksheet and chart
Design and create a workbook with a chart to analyze the students’ field of interest.

Garfield High School

Aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
ENGAGING STUDENTS • FOSTERING ACHIEVEMENT • CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY GLOBAL
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Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: Excel II – Formulas, Function, Formatting and web queries
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I / 9-12
Duration:

5 Blocks

Description :
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts




Understandings

 Start excel
 Describe an excel worksheet
 Enter text and numbers
 Use the sum button to sum a range
 Copy the contents of a cell to a range of cells using the
fill handle
 Save a workbook
 Format cells in a worksheet
 Create a 3-d clustered column chart
 Change document properties
 Print a worksheet
 Open a workbook
 Use the auto calculate area to determine statistics
 Correct errors on a worksheet

Formulas
Functions
Formatting
Web queries

Learning Targets
CPI Codes
8.1.12.A.1,
Interdisciplinary CCS
CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP4

8.1.12.A.2,

8.1.12.A.4

CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP5

21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions



What does the fill handle do?
While filling how do you make a cell stay the same?
What does conditional formatting do?
Unit Results

Students will ...

be able to use Formulas, Functions, Formatting, and Web Queries in an Excel Spreadsheet. Students will lose
points for either not completing or incorrectly completing a part(s) of the assignment
Suggested Activities
The following activities can be incorporated into the daily lessons:

Garfield High School

Aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
ENGAGING STUDENTS • FOSTERING ACHIEVEMENT • CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY GLOBAL
SKILLS






Follow step by step instructions from the text to create a spreadsheet.
Apply conditional formatting to an existing worksheet.
Correct functions and formulas in a worksheet.
Create a sales analysis worksheet.
Create a balance due worksheet.
Create a fundraising analysis worksheet.

Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: Excel III – what if analysis , charting and working with large worksheets
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I
Duration:

5 Blocks

Description : Students will use Microsoft Excel to create databases and spreadsheets with charts and graphs.
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts



Understandings

 Enter Formulas
 Apply Average, max and min
 Verify a formula using range finder
 Apply a theme to a workbook
 Add conditional formatting
 Change column width and row height
 Spell check
 Set margins, headers and footers in page layout
 Preview and print
 Rename sheets

What if analysis
Charting
Working with large worksheets

Learning Targets
CPI Codes

8.1.12.A.1,

8.1.12.A.2,

8.1.12.A.4

Interdisciplinary CCS
CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP4

CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP5

21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions





Why use auto-fill?
What do you hold to highlight non-adjacent cells or ranges?
What does absolute referencing mean?
How do you copy a format?
What is the rule as to what to highlight when creating a pie chart?

Garfield High School

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Unit Results
Students will ...

be able to use What-if Analysis, Charting, and large worksheets in Microsoft Excel. Students will lose points
for either not completing or incorrectly completing a part(s) of the assignment.
Suggested Activities
The following activities can be incorporated into the daily lessons:

 Follow step by step instructions from the text to create a spreadsheet.
 Create multi-year financial projection spreadsheets
 Modify an existing worksheet
 Create a college expense and resource projection sheet.

Garfield High School

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Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: PowerPoint I – Creating and editing a presentation
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I
Duration:

5 Blocks

Description : Students will use Microsoft PowerPoint to create slide show presentations. Students will also learn

to save these presentations in HTML format so they can be viewed as web pages.
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts

Understandings

 Start power point
 Describe a window
 Select a theme
 Create a title slide and text slides with single and multi
level bulleted lists
 Save a presentation
 Copy elements
 View in slide show view
 Open a presentation
 Display print in grey scale
 Check spelling
 Design template
 Title slide
 Font attributes
 New slide
 Multi-level bulleted slide
 Normal view
 Blank slide
 Slide show
 Line spacing

Creating and editing a presentation

Learning Targets
CPI Codes

8.1.12.A.1,
8.1.12.A.2,
Interdisciplinary CCS

8.1.12.A.4

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.11-12.5

21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions


What is the 7x7 rule?
Title slides have what information?

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Bullets should not have complete sentences. What should they have?
Unit Results

Students will ...

use a design Template and Auto Layout to create a presentation Students will lose points for either not
completing or incorrectly completing a part(s) of the assignment

Suggested Activities
The following activities can be incorporated into the daily lessons:





Follow step by step instructions from the text to create a Presentation.
Change slide theme and text from an existing presentation
Correct formatting and list levels from an existing presentation
Create a presentation with a bulleted list.
Create a presentation with a bulleted on a topic of the students’ choice.

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Unit Overview
Content Area: Career and Technical Education
Unit Title: PowerPoint II – Creating a presentation with illustrations and shapes
Target Course/Grade Level: Computer Applications I
Duration:

5 Blocks

Description : Students will use Microsoft PowerPoint to create presentations with illustrations and shapes using outline
view and clip art.
Concepts & Understandings
Concepts

Understandings

Creating a presentation with illustrations and
shapes












Create slides from a blank presentation
Change views to review a presentation
Change slide layouts
Add a background style
Insert mover and size clips
Insert a photograph from a file
Delete a place holder
Change font color
Format text using the format painter
Add and size a shape
Apply quick styles to place holders and shapes
Select transitions
Preview and print as outline and handouts

Learning Targets
CPI Codes

8.1.12.A.1,

8.1.12.A.2,

8.1.12.A.4

Interdisciplinary CCS
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.11-12.5

21st Century Themes and Skills

Life and Career Skills; ICT Literacy; Communication and Collaboration; Information Literacy
Guiding Questions




How do you open a word outline in powerpoint?
What are quick styles?
How does the format painter work?
What is the difference between an animation and a transition?
Unit Results

Students will ...

use the outline view and clip art to create a slide show in Microsoft PowerPoint. Students will lose points for
either not completing or incorrectly completing a part(s) of the assignment.
Suggested Activities

Garfield High School

Aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
ENGAGING STUDENTS • FOSTERING ACHIEVEMENT • CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY GLOBAL
SKILLS

The following activities can be incorporated into the daily lessons:






Follow step by step instructions from the text to create a Presentation from an outline with
images.
Change the background and add photos to an existing presentation
Change slide layouts and move clips on an existing presentation
Create a presentation with clips and shapes
Create a presentation with photographs inserted from a file.
Using what was learned create a presentation on a topic of the students’ choice.