Welcome to the 7th Grade Wiki!


Our Computer Class and Computer Curriculum is centered around the New Jersey's Core Curriculum Content Standard:
STANDARD 8.1 (Computer and Information Literacy)
- All students will use computer applications to gather and organize information and to solve problems.


Essential Questions
1. What business would I start?
2. What things would I like to do?
3. Where should I locate my business?
4. How can I start this business?
5. How would I get funding?
6. What do I need to start my business?
7. What would my business look like?
8. How powerful are logos when creating a brand?
nike-logo.jpeg apple-logo.jpeg mcdonalds-logo.jpeg giants-logo.jpeg wii-logo.jpeg
9. What tools can I use to help build my business?

Business Ideas
http://www.zeromillion.com/young/business-ideas.html

http://www.entrepreneur.com/businessideas/index.html

Logos





7s-tpying-sc.swf

http://www.careervoyages.gov/

Our Class Members:
Nyshera Brockheem Viola Angel Kimberly Candy Jeffrey Shadiyah Jaylall Frank Kayonna Carlos Christine Kaitlyn Gregory Dapreis Danny Octavia Adam Brietta

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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Fact or Opinion
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  • Teachers, especially Mr. Wargo, are cool.
  • An attorney must attend law school
  • The average salary for a teacher is $45,000
  • The prospect for high school teacher job looks good.
  • Boot camp is a requirement when you join the army.


Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Topics: Wiki Update, Fact/Fiction, Research, Bullets, Font Style
  • Today, we are going to:
  • Update our wiki pages to include our future job
  • Go to http://www.stats.bls.gov/oco/home.htm
  • List 3 facts about the job using bullets in a Font Style of Bold
  • List 3 opinions about the job using bullets in a Font Style of Italics



Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Today, we are going to:
  • Take a Study Island Login Pop Quiz (URL, 5 Parts to a URL, Username's 3 Parts, Password)
  • Finish our Study Island Pre-Tests - bring your hula skirts
  • Start to explore careers - Start finding out about your careers by click the link below:


http://www.stats.bls.gov/oco/home.htm






Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Today, we are going to:
  • Create Google Doc Logins
  • Learn how to change fonts in Google Docs
  • Learn how to save Google Docs

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Thursday, March 29, 2007





Friday, April 25, 2007
How M&Ms can Change the World:
1-3 M&Ms of the same color are worth $750
4-5 M&Ms of the same color are worth $1000
6-7 M&Ms of the same color are worth $1500.

Red M&Ms
The average cost of Cumberland County College class is $240.
Count your Red M&Ms.
Figure out how many classes you can take at CCCS.
Example
4 Red M&Ms * $1000 = $4000
$4000 / $240 (course) = 16.6 courses

Green M&Ms
Your mortgage payment (to buy a house) is $700.
Count your green M&Ms
Figure out the number of mortgage payments you can make.
Example
3 Green M&Ms * $750 = $2250
$2250 / $700 = 3.2 mortgage payments

Brown M&Ms
It takes $2 per person to feed a person in Africa.
Count your Brown M&Ms
Figure out how many people you can feed.
Example
6 Brown M&Ms * $1500 = $9000
$9000 / $2 = 4500 people!

Yellow M&Ms
It takes $5 per person to provide medicine in developing countries.
Count your Yellow M&Ms.
Figure out how many people you can buy medication for in developing countries.
Example
3 Yellow M&Ms * 750 = $2250
$2250 / $5 per person = 450 people




Friday, April 27, 2007
Hello Everyone! I hope everyone is having a good day! Don't forget to wish Mr. Glenning a happy birthday!

Click here to view our assignment for Friday, April 26, 2007

Have a great weekend!






Friday, March 16, 2007

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http://www.stats.bls.gov/oco/home.htm





Friday, March 16, 2007
Hi Everyone! I hope everyone is doing well today.

We have three goals today depending on where you are:
1. We will all create spreadsheets using Google spreadsheet (everyone).
2. We will learn how to create and use basic formulas in our spreadsheets.

Do Now, Please:
  • Open Firefox
  • Click on 7th Grade Wiki

Assignment for Friday, March 16, 2007
This lesson strives to achieve New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Stanard: 8.1.A.1.7



Friday, March 9, 2007
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Friday, March 2, 2007
Do Now, Please

  • Open Firefox
  • Click on 7th Grade Wiki

Goal 1: You have $300 to spend on clothes - shirts, pants, and shoes. Please find clothing totaling this amount
Goal 2: Please make sure your Electronics items are posted under Electronics on the discussion board.

Assignment for Friday, March 2, 2007.




Friday, February 22, 2007
Goal: You have $1000 of your pay to spend. You need to find electronics. They can be cameras, TVs, radios, iPods, computers, or any thing else electronic. You will have the period to find this. You must write down your choices on a piece of paper. Each item must include it's name, brand, and cost. Remember, your items can't cost more than $1000.

Step One
Read over the instructions below. Please complete your research.

1. Go to www.yahoo.com
2. Click on Shopping
3. Select Electronics
4. Select a category (digital cameras, MP3 players, Television & Video.
5. Find electronics up to $1000.
6. Write your selections down including name, brand, and cost. For example, Apple 30GB iPod, $250.

Step Two
Post the your answers under the Electronics thread in the Discussion tab.

Have a great day!

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Do Now Please

  1. Open Firefox
  2. Select 7th Grade Wiki
  3. Read the Goals and Problem we need to solve today

Goals (write down each on your paper)
  1. To find a car you'd want to own and drive.
  2. Determine the price for your car using the MSRP Price.
  3. Find out the monthly payment (Finance Section/Tab).
  4. Post this information under Car Payments on the Discussion Board.


Steps
  1. Go to http://auto.yahoo.com
  2. Search For Your Car
  3. Write down the year, make and model. For example, 2007 Honda Pilot.
  4. Determine the price. To do this, please use the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). This is the price the dealer use in figuring out the price. Since there is a range we must find the average. To do that, we just add the two numbers together and divide by 2. So for example if the MSRP for a 2007 Honda Pilot is $27,095 and $35,445, the average price would be $31,270. The math would look like 27,095+35,445=62,540. We then divide 62,540/2= $31,270. You can use the calculator on the your computers to help with this. Write the average price down on your paper.
  5. Next Click on Finance and then on Finance Calculators. Enter the following information:


Negotiate Price - the average price you figured out in Step 4
  • Sales Tax - 7% for New Jersey
Term - Choose the number of months you want to make payments. The longer time the less monthly payment but the more
interest (additional cost of the car) you will pay.
Interest Rate - Use the National Averages in the box below. This is money you pay to the bank for letting you borrow money.
This is iusually lost money and you should avoid it if you can. For example, this should be 6.01%.
Down Payment - We'll assume you can put $100 down.
Trade-in Value - This is your first car so you won't have a trade-in.
Rebates - Don't enter anything for this.

Mine would like:
Negotiated Price: 31,270
Sales Tax: 7
Term: 48 months
Interest rate 6.01
Down Payment: 100
Trade-in Value: 0
Rebates: 0




6. Once all the information is entered, click Calculate.

7. Write down the monthy payment

8. Enter the folowing information in the Discussion area of the 67h Grade wiki in sentence form.
  • Year, Make, Model
  • MSRP Price Average
  • Monthly Payment

An example would be:
I would like to buy a 2007 Honda Pilot. The total price of the car is $35,000. After purchasing this car, I would pay $450 per month for 4 years.







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Don't forget you can use another wiki to help define these words...http://www.wikipedia.com
  • URL
  • HyperLink or Link
  • HTML
  • Browser or Web Browser
Welcome to the 7th Grade Wiki!


Our Computer Class and Computer Curriculum is centered around the New Jersey's Core Curriculum Content Standard:
STANDARD 8.1 (Computer and Information Literacy)
- All students will use computer applications to gather and organize information and to solve problems.


Our Class Members:
Nyshera Brockheem Viola Angel Kimberly Candy Jeffrey Shadiyah Jaylall Frank Kayonna Carlos Christine Kaitlyn Gregory Dapreis Danny Octavia Adam Brietta

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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Fact or Opinion
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  • Teachers, especially Mr. Wargo, are cool.
  • An attorney must attend law school
  • The average salary for a teacher is $45,000
  • The prospect for high school teacher job looks good.
  • Boot camp is a requirement when you join the army.


Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Topics: Wiki Update, Fact/Fiction, Research, Bullets, Font Style
  • Today, we are going to:
  • Update our wiki pages to include our future job
  • Go to http://www.stats.bls.gov/oco/home.htm
  • List 3 facts about the job using bullets in a Font Style of Bold
  • List 3 opinions about the job using bullets in a Font Style of Italics



Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Today, we are going to:
  • Take a Study Island Login Pop Quiz (URL, 5 Parts to a URL, Username's 3 Parts, Password)
  • Finish our Study Island Pre-Tests - bring your hula skirts
  • Start to explore careers - Start finding out about your careers by click the link below:


http://www.stats.bls.gov/oco/home.htm






Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Today, we are going to:
  • Create Google Doc Logins
  • Learn how to change fonts in Google Docs
  • Learn how to save Google Docs

Do Now Please

Today's Lesson Plan
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Thursday, March 29, 2007





Friday, April 25, 2007
How M&Ms can Change the World:
1-3 M&Ms of the same color are worth $750
4-5 M&Ms of the same color are worth $1000
6-7 M&Ms of the same color are worth $1500.

Red M&Ms
The average cost of Cumberland County College class is $240.
Count your Red M&Ms.
Figure out how many classes you can take at CCCS.
Example
4 Red M&Ms * $1000 = $4000
$4000 / $240 (course) = 16.6 courses

Green M&Ms
Your mortgage payment (to buy a house) is $700.
Count your green M&Ms
Figure out the number of mortgage payments you can make.
Example
3 Green M&Ms * $750 = $2250
$2250 / $700 = 3.2 mortgage payments

Brown M&Ms
It takes $2 per person to feed a person in Africa.
Count your Brown M&Ms
Figure out how many people you can feed.
Example
6 Brown M&Ms * $1500 = $9000
$9000 / $2 = 4500 people!

Yellow M&Ms
It takes $5 per person to provide medicine in developing countries.
Count your Yellow M&Ms.
Figure out how many people you can buy medication for in developing countries.
Example
3 Yellow M&Ms * 750 = $2250
$2250 / $5 per person = 450 people




Friday, April 27, 2007
Hello Everyone! I hope everyone is having a good day! Don't forget to wish Mr. Glenning a happy birthday!

Click here to view our assignment for Friday, April 26, 2007

Have a great weekend!






Friday, March 16, 2007

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http://www.stats.bls.gov/oco/home.htm





Friday, March 16, 2007
Hi Everyone! I hope everyone is doing well today.

We have three goals today depending on where you are:
1. We will all create spreadsheets using Google spreadsheet (everyone).
2. We will learn how to create and use basic formulas in our spreadsheets.

Do Now, Please:
  • Open Firefox
  • Click on 7th Grade Wiki

Assignment for Friday, March 16, 2007
This lesson strives to achieve New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Stanard: 8.1.A.1.7



Friday, March 9, 2007
Do Now, Please

Assignment for Friday, March 9, 2007



Friday, March 2, 2007
Do Now, Please

  • Open Firefox
  • Click on 7th Grade Wiki

Goal 1: You have $300 to spend on clothes - shirts, pants, and shoes. Please find clothing totaling this amount
Goal 2: Please make sure your Electronics items are posted under Electronics on the discussion board.

Assignment for Friday, March 2, 2007.




Friday, February 22, 2007
Goal: You have $1000 of your pay to spend. You need to find electronics. They can be cameras, TVs, radios, iPods, computers, or any thing else electronic. You will have the period to find this. You must write down your choices on a piece of paper. Each item must include it's name, brand, and cost. Remember, your items can't cost more than $1000.

Step One
Read over the instructions below. Please complete your research.

1. Go to www.yahoo.com
2. Click on Shopping
3. Select Electronics
4. Select a category (digital cameras, MP3 players, Television & Video.
5. Find electronics up to $1000.
6. Write your selections down including name, brand, and cost. For example, Apple 30GB iPod, $250.

Step Two
Post the your answers under the Electronics thread in the Discussion tab.

Have a great day!

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Do Now Please

  1. Open Firefox
  2. Select 7th Grade Wiki
  3. Read the Goals and Problem we need to solve today

Goals (write down each on your paper)
  1. To find a car you'd want to own and drive.
  2. Determine the price for your car using the MSRP Price.
  3. Find out the monthly payment (Finance Section/Tab).
  4. Post this information under Car Payments on the Discussion Board.


Steps
  1. Go to http://auto.yahoo.com
  2. Search For Your Car
  3. Write down the year, make and model. For example, 2007 Honda Pilot.
  4. Determine the price. To do this, please use the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). This is the price the dealer use in figuring out the price. Since there is a range we must find the average. To do that, we just add the two numbers together and divide by 2. So for example if the MSRP for a 2007 Honda Pilot is $27,095 and $35,445, the average price would be $31,270. The math would look like 27,095+35,445=62,540. We then divide 62,540/2= $31,270. You can use the calculator on the your computers to help with this. Write the average price down on your paper.
  5. Next Click on Finance and then on Finance Calculators. Enter the following information:


Negotiate Price - the average price you figured out in Step 4
  • Sales Tax - 7% for New Jersey
Term - Choose the number of months you want to make payments. The longer time the less monthly payment but the more
interest (additional cost of the car) you will pay.
Interest Rate - Use the National Averages in the box below. This is money you pay to the bank for letting you borrow money.
This is iusually lost money and you should avoid it if you can. For example, this should be 6.01%.
Down Payment - We'll assume you can put $100 down.
Trade-in Value - This is your first car so you won't have a trade-in.
Rebates - Don't enter anything for this.

Mine would like:
Negotiated Price: 31,270
Sales Tax: 7
Term: 48 months
Interest rate 6.01
Down Payment: 100
Trade-in Value: 0
Rebates: 0




6. Once all the information is entered, click Calculate.

7. Write down the monthy payment

8. Enter the folowing information in the Discussion area of the 67h Grade wiki in sentence form.
  • Year, Make, Model
  • MSRP Price Average
  • Monthly Payment

An example would be:
I would like to buy a 2007 Honda Pilot. The total price of the car is $35,000. After purchasing this car, I would pay $450 per month for 4 years.







Words/Acronyms of the Week - Week 1
Don't forget you can use another wiki to help define these words...http://www.wikipedia.com
  • URL
  • HyperLink or Link
  • HTML
  • Browser or Web Browser