Course Catalog

Accounting 1

Course Number: 
6210/6211
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

Students will learn the complete accounting cycle and the basic terms and concepts of debits and credits in manual and automated accounting, journalizing, posting, and completing financial statements including the Income Statement and Balance Sheet. Keeping records involving cash such as a checkbook and petty cash vouchers will also be emphasized. A business simulation packet will be completed involving use of the journals, ledgers, a checkbook, and the completion of financial statements.

Accounting 2

Course Number: 
6230/6231
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

Students who earned an A or B in Accounting 1 and have shown a willingness to work independently may take this course. Students taking this course will continue to apply basic accounting concepts and principles to more advanced accounting practices involving cash control systems, depreciation, bad debts, and accounting transactions for corporations. A business simulation packet will be completed involving advanced accounting practices.

exploratory 6 keyboarding

Course Number: 
j663

the main focus of 6th Grade Exploratory Keyboarding is the touch-typing method of typing, proper typing technique and basic word processing. Students will be using the typing program Micro Type Pro. 

Exploratory 7 Keyboarding

Course Number: 
j763
Instructors: 
Mr. Jeff Rickords

7th Grade Keyboarding is designed to improve typing skills and technique. Students will review computer basics, work with the drawing tools in Microsoft Word and make a Power Point Presentation.

 

Exploratory 8 Keyboarding

Course Number: 
j863
Instructors: 
Mr. Jeff Rickords

8th Grade Keyboarding is designed for students to hone their touch-typing skills and work on proper typing technique. Ergonomics, proofreading, and the use of Microsoft Word and Excel will be the main focus.

 

Computer Applications (Summer Session)

Course Number: 
6110
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

A number of students at Lincoln Lutheran have a hard time fitting all desired courses into their 4 year plan.  By offering a summer computer course, students will have more opportunities to fill their schedule with areas of high interest, including other electives or upper level computer courses.  This class will waive the 1st computer requirement.  We believe that this will open up more avenues for such courses as music and foreign language as well.  This will be a non- graded; competency based course.  Students are assumed to have good computer knowledge and good

Computer Applications

Course Number: 
6110
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

Students will develop and refine their touch-typing skills, word processing, functions and formatting of letters, reports, and use of the internet. Students will learn advanced functions of a word processor, and skills with other common computer applications including spreadsheets and presentation software. Students will complete projects and exercises using these programs and integrate data between them.

Multimedia Applications

Course Number: 
6130
Instructors: 
Mr. Lloyd Sommerer

Students will learn to use HTML to produce web pages and to edit video footage digitally. Projects include creating and maintaining a 10-20 page educational website, producing a music video and creating a digital movie from new or existing footage. Developing proficiency with other technologies available at Lincoln Lutheran (such as scanners, digital and video cameras, video projectors…).

Introduction To Business

Course Number: 
6260
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

This course will consist of business application projects that integrate spreadsheet, presentation, word processing, and database software. The focus will be on the general activities that a business is involved in from day to day. Students will also get an opportunity to create and run their own theoretical business. Research to complete projects will be done using books, business magazines, and the Internet.

Programming 1

Course Number: 
6180
Instructors: 
Mr. Lloyd Sommerer

This course teaches you how to write programs that tell the computer what to do. Projects will include selections from the following areas: simulations, games, mathematics, language, the Internet, graphics, user interfaces and poetry. Students will learn how a computer works internally and to improve their problem solving skills. This course is only offered first semester of odd numbered school years (e.g. 2009-2010), so plan ahead.

Website Design

Course Number: 
6160
Instructors: 
Mr. Lloyd Sommerer

This course will build on the website concepts covered in Multimedia Applications. Students will get their own domain name and use it to construct a website on the topic of their choice as we cover website design, usability and information architecture. This course is only offered first semester of even numbered school years (e.g. 2012-2013) so plan ahead.

Video Editing

Course Number: 
6170
Instructors: 
Mr. Lloyd Sommerer

This course builds on basic video editing concepts covered in Multimedia Applications. Students will become familiar with a variety of camera and editing techniques. This is a projects based class and students will spend considerable time outside of class directing, filming and editing projects with classmates. This course is only offered second semester of even numbered school years (e.g. 2012-2013).

Programming 2

Course Number: 
6190
Instructors: 
Mr. Lloyd Sommerer

We continue on from Programming 1 with more advanced problem solving. We will write programs to: simulate living cells, play games, and display computer generated graphics. We learn more advanced computer concepts like multi-dimensional arrays and object oriented programming. This course is only offered second semester of odd numbered school years (e.g. 2009-2010), so plan ahead.

Language arts 6

Course Number: 
j610
Instructors: 
Mrs. Laura Stumpf

The major components of the Language Arts curriculum in this course will be the mini-lesson, an essential component of the writing model. Through mini-lessons students are provided instruction or strategies for the following procedures: brainstorming ideas, choosing the elements of crafts, creating interesting beginnings and conclusions, creating titles, revising, editing or publishing work. Students will be introduced to a variety of brainstorming techniques to help students learn how to develop ideas for their writing including webs, outlining, listing and writer's notebook.

Reading 6

Course Number: 
j612
Instructors: 
Mrs. Laura Stumpf

an important goal of the reading program is to develop the students' understanding of and use of strategies so they may broaden their prior knowledge, improve comprehension, and enjoy their reading experience. The teacher will help the students use Before Reading Strategies to activate past knowledge and experiences such as: brainstorming, predicting/support, skim/previewing, posing questions, and teaching vocabulary (i.e. context clues, prefixes, suffixes). During Reading Strategies will enable students to make personal connections to other texts.