Title: My Hometown” - Creating a Virtual Field Trip
Students will become familiar with the history of their hometown while enhancing language arts and developing computer skills.
Standard(s): [BMA] BA12 (9-12) 7: Apply integration principles for importing scanned digitized graphics and text, tables, charts, and pictures into a publication.
Title: I Am What I Learn- Video Scholarship Essay Contest
This lesson provides students with the opportunity to explore a variety of available scholarships to determine which scholarships may be sources of funding for college. Students will create a video essay which will be used to apply for a college scholarship. This lesson plan contains a financial aid component.
Title: FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for Dummies Brochure
This lesson gives students the opportunity to take a hands-on approach to learning about FAFSA. Students will research and compile information and graphics to create a professional, tri-fold brochure containing information about FAFSA using a variety of software programs.
This lesson plan contains a financial aid component.
Authors: Mona Coan and Stefanie Weaver
Standard(s): [IT] IT02 (9-12) 5: Demonstrate effective writing skills in the development of multimedia publications.
Title: How Wide is My World?
Students will learn how to gather information, design, and create a presentation, publication, and a web page that reflect a desire for the students to make a difference in their world. Essential components of each multimedia will be demonstrated. Final products will be created and presented to their classmates for evaluation.
Title: Our Business
Students (working with a partner) will create a business. This project can be used at the end of the year as a major project or divided up into smaller lessons. Project incorporates all of the content standards.
Standard(s): [BMA] BA12 (9-12) 14: Determine career and entrepreneurial opportunities, responsibilities, and educational and credentialing requirements related to multimedia design.
Title: What is Commerce and Information Technology, FBLA and DECA? Kiosk It!
Students will set up a kiosk which has been created to display a multimedia presentation about the school's Commerce and Information Technology Department and student organizations. The kiosk demonstration may take place during the school's Open House, Freshmen Orientation, etc. This is a Commerce and Information Technology Project-Based Lesson Plan.
Standard(s): [BMA] BA11 (9-12) 8: Present a self-designed multimedia presentation with visual elements, including using graphics, sound, and on-screen navigation and preparing a slideshow for live presentations and kiosk demonstrations.