Tuesday: Pds 2, 3 and 4 – Public Relations


GOAL: EMAIL YOUR TEACHER THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION – UPON SENDING YOUR EMAIL, PLEASE TYPE THIS INTO THE SUBJECT LINE: Public Relations, Period #, and Full Name

TARGET:

Each student shall create their own morning or afternoon announcement. This announcement must be about 75 words, and must include the following items: Button-Up Mania, Room 225, $1.00 each, Custom Design Available and school spirit

Please see below sample announcement which is being used this year for our Food Drive as a guideline. However, please make yours more creative and consistent with your actual company name:.

‘Tis the Season for Giving

Hunger never takes a holiday or goes on vacation, you can make a huge impact

in our community by participating in our 16th annual Harvest Food Drive.

Please join us in an effort to collect 5,000 food items by November 20th

Please contact Mr. Pizzo in room 225 for more details …

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Wednesday Pds 5 to 8 — Slide #6 – Public Relations


GOAL:

GOAL: EMAIL YOUR TEACHER THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION – UPON SENDING YOUR EMAIL, PLEASE TYPE THIS INTO THE SUBJECT LINE: Public Relations, Period #, and Full Name

TASK:

Each student shall create their own morning or afternoon announcement. This announcement must be about 75 words, and must include the following items: Harvest Food Drive, room 225, goal of 5,000 items, deadline November 20th, and 16th annual drive.

Please see below sample announcement which is being used this year as a guideline. However, please make yours more creative and consistent with your actual company name.

‘Tis the Season for Giving

Hunger never takes a holiday or goes on vacation, you can make a huge impact

in our community by participating in our 16th annual Harvest Food Drive.

Please join us in an effort to collect 5,000 food items by November 20th

Please contact Mr. Pizzo in room 225 for more details …

 

SMC: Final Reflection – 100 pts.


PART II: Using the FloridaSMC site, create step-by-step instructions on how to

  1. A) Buy and sell a stock
  2. B) Identify portfolio rankings
  3. C) Locate and review your entire stock portfolio
  4. D) and any other important information found on the web site

PART III: Please staple your typed 50 + word replies to the below questions:

  1. A) Did you make any major mistakes or bad decisions when purchasing stocks for your portfolio? If so, what were they?
  2. B) All of the companies you purchased, which company was your favorite and why?
  3. C) All of the companies you purchased, which company was your least favorite?
  4. D) What did you find to be most beneficial with your stock project?

PART IV: Please staple your typed 100 + word replies to the below questions:

A) Would you personally invest your own money in the stock market? Why or Why Not?

B) What advice do you have for next group of students participating in this project?

TOP 10 Update and Quiz


PRESIDENT: Company Merges:

If you purchased another company, please provide your teacher with a list of each person’s new role and their individual sales amounts. Also, see your teacher for an electronic version of your sales and inventory forms

SALES MANAGER: Mission Statement:

If everyone in your group completed creating their mission statements, then please work with your Sales Manager to edit each of them into one final statement, which will be your next PowerPoint slide, this slide will be checked today.

Group Quiz: (10 Questions):

Please answer these questions as a group, submit one printed document:

  • Create a chart or list of the total sales of each person in your group
  • Create a chart or list of the total inventory of each person in your group
  • Who is the salesperson in your group with the lowest sales? What are you doing to help this person get to their goal of $25.
  • Who is the salesperson in your group with the highest sales? What are they doing differently than everyone else in the group?
  • Who in your group is the best button designer? and why?
  • Who in your group is the best manufacturer of buttons? and why?
  • Who in your group is the best at cutting buttons? and why?
  • What are the exact names of the four button parts? Research online
  • What the company names of each group in this class and their total sales each?
  • Who are the Top 10 salespeople in this period and their sales amounts

 

Harvest Food Drive Starts Nov 1st.


Acctg 1, Honors students have you selected your teacher partners yet, have you wrapped your collection boxes, do you know which food items are valued the highest amounts.

Well its time to do some pre-planning!!!

Let’s get collecting – Granola Bars, Peanut Butter, Cooking Oil / Cooking Spray, Kraft Mac & Cheese or Similar, Chef Boyardee Pastas or Similar, Instant Mashed Potatoes / Stuffing, Canned Vegetables (Carrots or Green Beans Only), Rice (White or Brown) / Rice-A-Roni, Canned Meats (Chicken, Ham, Tuna), Paper Goods (Plates, Napkins, etc.), Pasta Sauce or Canned Tomatoes, and Tooth Paste / First Aid Supplies

SMC: #7, STOCK STUDY


STOCK STUDY – Is an analysis of a publically traded company on one of the United States stock exchanges. Stock Brokers create this analysis to present to their clients in order to paint a positive image for their potential stock purchase.

However, we know that the stock market can change in a moment’s notice. Consequently, you will be using these web sites; finance.yahoo.com, marketwatch.com, bloomberg.com, thestreet.com, and money.com to complete your Stock Study research.

Search online using the above web sites and the actual web site of the companies you have selected from your actual stock portfolio. Answer each of the questions on the right, for each of your five companies.  Please type and print all your work.

 

Note: If you have two AOF classes on a gold day, please complete 10 Stock Studies

 

Name of the Company?
Company Mailing Address?
Company Web Site?
Stock Symbol?
Current Stock Price Per Share?
What type of business is this company?
What are their top selling products/services?
Who are their competitors?
Identify five (5) other important things about this company which will assist you in making a potential stock purchase decision found on their web site?

SMC: #6, Things I Can’t Live Without


One of the historical concepts in making intelligent stock purchases is to determine what consumers need to survive. For most, it’s really hard to determine what we need – what we can not live without beyond our computers, cell phones or music.

Identify and briefly describe all the things you can’t live without!

Part 1: Re-create this two-column table in MS Word

ITEM: WHY WE NEED THEM:

Earn a few extra credit points for coming up with more than 10

 

Part 2: Now determine an actual public company which manufacturers these items: list their company name, stock symbol, and cost per share