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Moore Enterprises

Taking care of business…with spirit!

Welcome


Welcome to Moore Enterprises


Trinity Christian Academy’s
Business & Technology Program


Mission


Our Mission is to develop and
improve technology and
business skills amongst our
students and incorporate our
skills into our Christ centered
culture.

Vision


S
uccess


Our students will be a
success in every aspect of their life.


O
pportunity


Our students will seek
every opportunity to use their business
and technology skills for the good.


U
nity


Our students will perform and
work together


L
ife


Our students will value their
skills and use them for lifelong learning

High Tech Skills


Keyboarding


Computer Software


Computer Hardware


Printing


Scanning


Drawing Tablet



Soft Skills


Communication


Teamwork


Positivity


Planning


Decision Making


Leadership


Money Management

Compensation


Students will be
compensated a grade
based on their
performance as
indicated in the
following scale:


Work Ethic

Grade

Outstanding

A 100
-

90

Awesome

B 89
-

80

Satisfactory

C 79
-

70

Needs
Improvement

D 69
-

60

Unsatisfactory

F 59
-

0

Compensation


Students will be rewarded with
additional materialistic or
unmaterialistic

items at randomly
selected times as specified by the
instructor. Materialistic items may
include assignment waivers, sweets,
cash, etc.


C
onduct (Attitude & Behavior)will
play a major role in receiving
additional compensation.

Student Guide to Success


Respect the teacher and each
other


Be Positive


Don’t Give Up


What would Jesus do?

Materials


Flash Drive


Paper


Binder


Pencils and Pens


Some Projects may require
extra money for supplies, etc.


Discipline Plan


1
st

Offense


Warning


2
nd

Offense


After School
Duties


3
rd

Offense


Parent Contact


Referral to the office will result
in an automatic zero grade for
the day


Say “
WORD
” to Good Conduct


W
ALK into classroom quietly
and sit


O
FFER respect to teacher and
fellow students


R
AISE your hand if you have a
question or a problem


D
O all assignments completely,
correctly, and promptly.

Computer Use Policy


Ask permission to use the Internet and Email


Flash Drives are subject to inspection at all times


Changing settings on the computer are
prohibited.


Keep your workstation clean


Using hardware and software not issued by Mr.
Moore is prohibited.



Computers will be monitored at all times

Enter Classroom Procedure


Say “Hello” to the instructor
before entering the classroom


Sit at your assigned workstation


Look at the board for “Bell Work
Activity”


Complete Activity


Personal Computer Use


Students are permitted to use their own
laptops/tablets in my class for the use
of additional software that would benefit
a class project.


Students must understand that personal
computer use in the classroom is still
subject to school computer rules at all
times.


Students must use school computers to
complete daily activities and
assignments unless approved by Mr.
Moore

Social Media


All Social Media
websites or
applications (apps) are not allowed
in classroom.


The content of the websites or apps
are not manageable to TCA
standards.


Audio & Video Recording someone
without permission is against the
law.


Exit Classroom Procedure


Start packing 4
-
5
mins

before
course ends


Remain in your seat until I
dismiss you (not the bell rings).


Once I dismiss you, get up and
push the chairs under your
workstations


Please put the Activity 1 in your
Binder for a grade.

Middle School Business
Keyboarding



The purpose of this course is to assist students in making
informed decisions regarding their future academic and
occupational goals and to provide information regarding
careers in the Business, Management, and Administration
career cluster. The content includes but is not limited to
instruction in introductory keyboarding, introductory word
processing, introductory electronic presentation, introductory
computer hardware, introductory Internet, and soft skills for
business applications.

Instruction and learning activities are provided in a
laboratory setting using hands
-
on experiences
with the equipment, materials and technology
appropriate to the course content and in
accordance with current practices


The Exchange

Vocational Courses

Digital Design


Business
Software
Applications

Computer &
Business Skills

Keyboarding &
Business Skills

Keyboarding & Business Skills


This course is designed to provide a basic overview
of current business and information systems and
trends and to introduce students to the basics and
foundations required for today's business
environments. Emphasis is placed on developing
proficiency with touch keyboarding and
fundamental word processing applications, so that
they may be used as communication tools for
enhancing personal and work place proficiency in an
information
-
based society.


Keyboarding & Business Skills

After successfully completing this program, the
student will be able to perform the following:


Demonstrate knowledge, skill, and application of
information systems to accomplish job objectives and
enhance workplace performance. Apply ergonomic
principles applicable to the configuration of computer
workstations.


Demonstrate comprehension and communication skills.


Use technology to apply and enhance communication
skills in technical reading, writing.


Develop an awareness of management functions and
organizational structures as they relate to today’s
workplace and employer/employee roles. Demonstrate
initiative, courtesy, loyalty, honesty, cooperation and
punctuality as a team member.


Practice quality performance in the learning environment
and the workplace.


Keyboarding & Business Skills



Incorporate appropriate leadership and supervision
techniques, customer service strategies, and standards of
personal ethics to accomplish job objectives and enhance
workplace performance.


Incorporate knowledge gained from individual
assessment and job/career exploration to design an
individual career plan that reflects the transition from
school to work, lifelong learning, and personal and
professional goals. Experience work
-
based learning
though job shadowing, mentoring, e
-
coaching, etc.


Demonstrate personal and interpersonal skills appropriate
for the workplace.


Perform office functions and responsibilities to accomplish
job objectives and enhance workplace performance.

Computer & Business Skills


This course is designed to introduce students to the
basic skills and foundations required for today’s
business environments. Emphasis is placed on
developing proficiency with touch keyboarding and
fundamental computer applications using
databases, spreadsheets, presentation applications,
and the integration of these programs using
software that meets industry standards.

Computer & Business Skills

After successfully completing this program, the
student will be able to perform the following:


Demonstrate knowledge, skill, and application of
information systems to accomplish job objectives
and enhance workplace performance. Apply
ergonomic principles applicable to the configuration
of computer workstations.


Demonstrate comprehension and communication
skills.


Use Technology to apply and enhance
communications skills in technical reading, writing.


Practice quality performance in the learning
environment and the workplace.

Computer & Business Skills


Incorporate appropriate leadership and supervision
techniques, customer service strategies, and standards of
personal ethics to accomplish job objectives and enhance
workplace performance.


Apply mathematical operations and processes as well as
financial planning strategies to commonly occurring
situations in the workplace to accomplish job objectives
and enhance workplace performance.


Assess personal strengths and weaknesses as they relate
to job objectives, career exploration, personal
development, and life goals.


Incorporate knowledge gained from individual
assessment and job/career exploration to design an
individual career plan that reflects the transition from
school to work, lifelong learning, and personal and
professional goals. Experience work
-
based learning
through job shadowing, mentoring, e
-
coaching, etc.



Computer & Business Skills


Demonstrate human
relations/interpersonal skills appropriate
for the workplace.


Perform office functions and responsibilities
to accomplish job objectives and enhance
workplace performance.


Perform e
-
mail activities.


Demonstrate operating systems.


Develop an awareness of emerging
technologies.


Web Design


This course is designed to provide a basic overview
of the Internet, Intranet, and WWW. The content
includes operating systems; basic HTML commands;
navigation of the Internet, Intranet, and Web; and
Web page design.


This course provides advanced concepts for
Internet, Intranet, and Web design. The content
includes Internet/Intranet tools, Web site
promotion, advanced HTML commands, advanced
page design, and multimedia applications.

Web Design

Upon completion of this course the student will be
able to:


Demonstrate human relations/interpersonal skills
appropriate for the workplace.


Participate in work
-
based learning experiences.


Perform e
-
mail activities.


Demonstrate knowledge of different operating systems.


Demonstrate proficiency navigating the internet, intranet,
and the WWW.


Demonstrate proficiency using HTML commands.


Demonstrate proficiency in page design applicable to the
WWW.


Demonstrate proficiency using specialized web design
software.


Develop an awareness of the information technology
industry.


Develop an awareness of microprocessors and digital
computers.


Web Design


Participate in work
-
based learning experiences.


Perform e
-
mail activities.


Demonstrate proficiency using operating systems.


Perform decision making activities.


Demonstrate proficiency navigating the Internet, Intranet,
and the WWW.


Demonstrate proficiency using HTML commands.


Demonstrate proficiency in page design applicable to the
WWW.


Develop an awareness of Internet/intranet tools.


Demonstrate proficiency using advanced HTML
commands.


Participate in work
-
based learning experiences.


Perform decision making activities.


Web Design


Perform layout, design, and measurement activities.


Demonstrate proficiency using HTML commands.


Demonstrate Proficiency in graphic editing
operations.


Demonstrate proficiency using interactive web site
components.


Demonstrate proficiency in digital imaging.


Create digital media web site components.


Demonstrate proficiency in server configuration
standards.


Participate in work
-
based learning experiences.


Perform decision making activities.


Develop an awareness of Internet/Intranet tools.


Web Design


Demonstrate proficiency in web site marketing
fundamentals.


Demonstrate proficiency using interactive Web site
components.


Demonstrate proficiency using a scripting language.


Demonstrate concepts necessary for e
-
commerce.


Demonstrate proficiency in page design applications.


Demonstrate proficiency in web site promotion and
registration.


Participate in a group based business web project.


Web Design


Demonstrate leadership and teamwork skills needed to
accomplish team goals and objectives.


Use oral and written communication skills in creating, expressing
and interpreting information and ideas.


Solve problems using critical thinking skills, creativity and
innovation.


Use information technology tools.


Describe the roles within teams, work units, departments,
organizations, inter
-
organizational systems, and the larger
environment


Digital Design


This course is designed to develop basic
entry
-
level skills required for careers in
the digital publishing industry. The
content includes computer skills; digital
publishing concepts and operations;
layout, design, and measurement
activities; decision
-
making activities;
and digital imaging.

Digital Design


Participate in work
-
based learning
experiences


The student will be
able to:


Discuss the use of technology in a
digital publishing environment.



Demonstrate proficiency in computer skills


Identify all computer parts (e.g., RAM, ROM).


Demonstrate an understanding of all functions of
a computer.


Utilize appropriate font management techniques
(e.g., TrueType, postscript, install and remove
fonts).


Perform storage management (e.g., hard drive,
floppy disk


Perform maintenance of computers and
peripherals.


Digital Design


Demonstrate knowledge of digital publishing
concepts


Identify the skills needed by a digital designer.


Define commonly used terms in graphic
communications.


Identify characteristics of paper.


Identify different kinds of color (e.g., spot,
process).


Identify software used in digital publishing.


Demonstrate knowledge of copyright laws.


Digital Design


Perform decision
-
making activities





Determine work priorities


Evaluate information to be used and
choose relevant material.


Determine the audience.


Demonstrate an understanding of
various advertising mediums.


Recognize and maintain ethical
standards.


Digital Design


Perform layout, design, and
measurement activities


Identify characteristics of type, type
families, type series, and type styles.


Paste up mechanical elements
electronically.


Prepare rough layout designs.


Identify elements of design.


Digital Design


Demonstrate proficiency in digital publishing operations


Complete projects using a variety of fonts, sizes, leading,
and alignments.


Output projects using a variety of devices (e.g., printers,
image setters).


Design with type using kerning, tracking, horizontal/vertical
scale, baseline shift, etc.


Produce projects using tables.


Produce projects using white space.


Assemble multipage documents.


Create documents that use master pages.


Use a variety of styles to produce effective layouts.



Produce a document using printer and reader spreads.


Use publishing software to create a pre
-
press profile.


Produce a variety of designs using layout/paste
-
up software.



Demonstrate proficiency in digital imaging



The student will
be able to:


Demonstrate proper use of a scanner/input devices/digital
cameras.


Crop and scale photographs and line art electronically.


Demonstrate an understanding of formats and modes
(e.g., EPS, TIFF, PICT, JPEG, ASCII, binary.


Demonstrate use of image editing software.


Proofread electronically and manually.


Digital Design

Dual Enrollment


Business Ethics*







* Students must meet requirements according to Daytona State
College standards.

Bright Futures Vocational
Scholarship

Vocational Courses


Administrative
Assistant Program


Keyboarding/Computer
& Business Skills


Digital Design


Business Software
Applications


Mr. Moore’s class is in
Red


For additional course and
scholarship information
contact Darlene Hellender
386
-
789
-
4515


Additional
Requirements


Combined GPA
average of 3.5 in all
vocational classes


Reading SAT score
minimum 440


Math SAT score
minimum 440


Overall minimum GPA
3.0


Bright Futures Vocational
Scholarship

Vocational Courses


Journalism


Journalism


Web Design 1 & 2


Digital Design 1 & 2





Mr. Moore’s class is in
Red


For additional course and
scholarship information
contact Darlene Hellender
386
-
789
-
4515




Additional
Requirements


Combined GPA
average of 3.5 in all
vocational classes


Reading SAT score
minimum 440


Math SAT score
minimum 440


Overall minimum GPA
3.0


Bright Futures Vocational
Scholarship

Vocational Courses


Teacher Assistant


Teacher Assistant


Teacher Assistant


Teacher Assistant





For additional course and
scholarship information
contact Darlene Hellender
386
-
789
-
4515




Additional
Requirements


Combined GPA
average of 3.5 in all
vocational classes


Reading SAT score
minimum 440


Math SAT score
minimum 440


Overall minimum GPA
3.0

Moore Mark Makers
Scholarship


The Moore Mark Makers scholarship is a book
scholarship given to a deserving graduating senior
at Trinity Christian Academy. This award is given
to a senior that goes above and beyond the call of
duty during their final year at TCA to improve its
technology program. This includes but not limited
to applying for grants, organizing fundraisers, etc.

Go to
www.moville.biz

for more information!