1.)Teacher will demonstrate expectations of presentation of business and sample of documents to be produced by students.
2.)Teacher will hand out and discuss rubrics and deadlines. Students must save all documentation to be turned in at the end of the project.
3.)Students will contract for their business and proceed to search on the Internet for at least 10 items (pictures, prices, and descriptions). This should take approximately 3 class periods and then they can move on to start on their databases.
4.)Students create and design a database for products and customers. Product database should include ISDN #, Item No #, Product Description, Price, and Number in Stock. The product database should be sorted by Item # and include 10 products. The customer database should include Customer Lastname, Firstname, Street Address, City, State, Zip, Phone, Item No Ordered (lookup function), and Date Ordered. The customer database should have 10 customers listed and ascending sorted by Lastname.
5.)Students prepare an Invoice for sale of at least three items listed on product database to a customer on the customer database. It must include proper sales tax and shipping cost if applicable.
6.)Students will write a prospective customer or company and ask for a meeting to deliver a presentation of products or service. The letter must be typed in the correct form on a word processor with student created letterhead. An addressed envelope must also be attached.
7.)Students will create a presentation (slideshow or web) advertising their businesses. Each student will present his/her presentation to the class.
8.)All documentation and checklists must be turned in at the end of the presentation.