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Toastmasters International suggests these tips 1. Know your material Make sure it interests you. Don’t limit knowledge presentation information. 2. Practice, Practice, and practice more Outloud Utilize all equipment that will be used during actual presentation Omit filler words – alright, okay, like, you know.
Objective • Students will be able to explain 10 guidelines for preparing effective PowerPoint presentations. Is this how you want the audience to look? Of course not! Follow the guidelines (Rules of Thumb) to help prepare informative and interesting presentations.
2005 – 2006 Georgia FBLA Competitive Event Guidelines 21 Business Ethics Preliminary Round Performance Rating Sheet Final Round Evaluation Item Not Demonstrated Does Not Meet Expectations Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations Points Earned Content and Recommendation Situation is understood and effectively defined 0 1-5 6-10 11-15 Ethical dimensions of the problem are clearly defined 0 1-5 6-10 11-15 Team’s position is clearly stated 0 1-3 4-7 8-10 Effective ethical solution is offered 0 1-5 6-10 11-15 Questions answered completely and effectively 0 1-3 4-7 8-10 Delivery of Presentation Thoughts and statements are well organized and clearly stated 0 1-5 6-10 11-15 Team members demonstrate self-confidence, poise, and good voice projection 0 1-3 4-7 8-10 All team members actively participated in the presentation 0 1-3 4-7 8-10 Total Points /100 max Time Penalty: Deduct five (5) points for presentation over 5 minutes (prelim) or 7 minutes (final). Time: Final Score /100 max Name: School: City: Judge’s Signature: Date: Judge’s Comments:
A. General Motors Corporation B. Conrad Hilton Foundation C. McDonald's Corporation D. Ford Motor Company Foundation 13. A local chapter with 50 members would be entitled to how many local voting delegates? A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five 14. FBLA-PBL Week is held each year during the month of A. November B. March C. February D. May 15. What is FBLA-PBL's official parliamentary authority? A. Robert's Rules of Order B. Robert's Rules of Order - Newly Revised C. The Chapter Management Handbook D. The Meeting Guide 16. What is the first stanza of the FBLA-PBL Creed? A. I believe that education is the right of every man. B. I believe that education is the right of every person. C. I believe that education is important. D. I believe that education should be free. 17. What is the name of the program offered in conjunction with the National Leadership Conference that is offered to national, state, and local FBLA-PBL officers, members, and advisers for Leadership Development and Training? A. Management Series 2000 B. Institute for Leaders C. Leadership Training 2000 D. The Institute 18. What are the three categories of competitive events? A. Individual, Group, and Chapter B. Chapter, Member, and Team C. Individual, Team, and Chapter D. Group, Member, and Team 19. What is the official national Web site address? A. www.fbla-pbl.org B. www.fbla-pbl.com C. www.fbla.org D. www.fbla-pbl.net 20. Where was the first FBLA local chapter organized? A. Knoxville, TN B. Cedar Rapids, IA C. Johnson City, TN D. Miami, FL 21. FBLA Middle level membership is open to students in what grades? A. 9-12 B. 7-12 C. 8-9 D. 5-9 22. In order to qualify for participation in the competitive events program for FBLA, dues must be received in the National Center by what date? A. April 1 B. March 1 C. April 15 D. March 15 23. What is the name of the nationally endorsed fundraising program developed especially for 'cookieloving' FBLA-PBL chapters? A. Otis Spunkmeyer, Inc. B. Champion Challenge C. Mission LIFT D. World's Finest Chocolate 24. When is American Enterprise Day? A. November 15 B. November 1 C. February 15 D. October 20 25. The chapter officer that presides over and conducts meetings is typically the A. Secretary B. President C. Treasurer D. Parliamentarian
Holiday Newsletter You will create an informational 1-page newsletter highlighting one of your favorite winter holidays. Choose one of the following holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, Kwanza, and New Year’s Day. If a holiday is not listed, check with me to see if it is appropriate to use. Required components: • Create a 1-Page newsletter with 0.5 inch margins all the way around, with 10 or 11 point size font for text and appropriate sized headings. Your newsletter can be two or three columns. In Word, you will use a newsletter template to create your Newsletter. • Create a title for your newsletter and include your name(s) as the editor (s). • Insert a date, volume #, and Issue Number • You must have at least 4 sections somewhere in the newsletter to set off important information. • Section heading ideas: o Humor section with jokes, funny stories, or something fun to do on that holiday o History section detailing the origin of the holiday, how it is celebrated, and where o Holiday foods section listing at least one good recipe for a festive holiday food o Fun and Games section giving ideas for parties, fun, or games that can be played for this holiday o Other sections appropriate to your holidays • At least two pieces of clipart on the newsletter, but do not overdo using graphics. Make sure you have enough white space! • Do not copy and paste from the Internet. You must put the information that you find in your own words to avoid plagiarism. Your newsletter will be graded on the required components.
FBLA Future Practice Test DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions about FBLA by using the FBLA national or state site. www.fbla-pbl.org or www.georgiafbla.org . Circle the answers. Study this test after in preparation for your Future Level Award! 1. FBLA-PBL involves nearly __________ members in 13,000 chartered chapters in the United States, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, and the Department of Defense Schools worldwide. A. 200,000 B. 250,000 C. 210,000 D. 180,000 2. The first FBLA State Chapter was A. Florida B. Wisconsin C. Iowa D. Ohio 3. The FBLA_PBL National Center is located where? A. Reston, VA B. Washington, DC C. Baltimore, MD D. Arlington, VA 4. When will the term of office begin for a National Officer? A. At the close of the National Leadership Conference in which they were elected. B. At the beginning of the new school year. C. At the beginning of the National Fall Leadership Conferences. D. Immediately upon election. 5. The official colors of FBLA-PBL are A. navy blue and yellow B. red, white, and blue C. blue and gold D. red and black 6. In debate, each member has the right to speak __________ on a motion. A. twice B. once C. three times D. four times 7. The Parliamentary Procedure Event is named after A. Hollis and Kitty Guy B. Dorothy L. Travis C. Lorraine Missling D. Hamden Forkner 8. The Gold Seal Award of Merit is named after A. Jean Buckley B. Hamden Forkner C. Hollis and Kitty Guy D. Dorothy Travis 9. FBLA-PBL is divided into _______ administrative regions. A. four B. five C. six D. seven 10. The three words on the FBLA and PBL emblems are A. Service, Education, and Leadership B. Service, Leadership, and Prosperity C. Service, Education, and Progress D. Progress, Leadership, and Education 11. Which of the following is not an official publication of FBLA-PBL? A. Tomorrow's Business Leader B. FBLA Adviser's Hotline C. Business Leaders of Tomorrow D. The PBL Business Leader 12. The land for the FBLA-PBL National Center was purchased through a grant from the A. General Motors Corporation B. Conrad Hilton Foundation C. McDonald's Corporation D. Ford Motor Company Foundation
Student Name _________________________________ Date _________________________ FBLA Future Practice Test DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions about FBLA by using the FBLA national or state site. www.fbla-pbl.org or www.georgiafbla.org . Circle the answers. Study this test after in preparation for your Future Level Award! 1. FBLA-PBL involves nearly __________ members in 13,000 chartered chapters in the United States, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, and the Department of Defense Schools worldwide. A. 200,000 B. 250,000 C. 210,000 D. 180,000 2. The first FBLA State Chapter was A. Florida B. Wisconsin C. Iowa D. Ohio 3. The FBLA_PBL National Center is located where? A. Reston, VA B. Washington, DC C. Baltimore, MD D. Arlington, VA 4. When will the term of office begin for a National Officer? A. At the close of the National Leadership Conference in which they were elected. B. At the beginning of the new school year. C. At the beginning of the National Fall Leadership Conferences. D. Immediately upon election. 5. The official colors of FBLA-PBL are A. navy blue and yellow B. red, white, and blue C. blue and gold D. red and black 6. In debate, each member has the right to speak __________ on a motion. A. twice B. once C. three times D. four times 7. The Parliamentary Procedure Event is named after A. Hollis and Kitty Guy B. Dorothy L. Travis C. Lorraine Missling D. Hamden Forkner
The CTAE Resource Network Presents this Professional Learning Unit Certificate To Mrs. Angela R. Johnson for participation in Workshop/Conference Number: CTAERN3948 Workshop/Conference Name: FOD: Legal Environment of Business-Tuesday Number of PLU Credits: 1 Workshop/Conference Date(s): Start Date: 6/10/2014 End Date: 6/10/2014 Riverdale, GA 30296 www.ctaern.org Phon e: 1 - 866 - 454 - 2823 P. O. Box 961101
Hiram High School Introduction to Business & Technology 2014-2015 Course Syllabus Teacher Angela Johnson Room # 500 Email Address email@example.com Teacher phone 770-443-1182 Teacher Support Edmodo.com C OURSE D ESCRIPTION Introduction to Business & Technology is the foundational course for the Administrative Support, Small Business Development, and Human Resources Management pathways. The course is designed for high school students as a gateway to the career pathways above, and provides an overview of business and technology skills required for today's business environment. Knowledge of business principles, the impact of financial decisions, and technology proficiencies demanded by business combine to establish the elements of this course. Emphasis is placed on developing proficient fundamental computer skills required for all career pathways. Students will learn essentials for working in a business environment, managing a business, and owning a business. The intention of this course is to prepare students to be successful both personally and professionally in an information-based society. Students will not only understand the concepts, but apply their knowledge to situations and defend their actions/decisions/choices through the knowledge and skills acquired in this course. Employability skills are integrated into activities, tasks, and projects throughout the course standards to demonstrate the skills required by business and industry. Competencies in the co-curricular student organization, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), are integral components of both the employability skills standards and content standards for this course.