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e-Commerce Curriculum

P. Coombs, McGraw High School Business Education

Course: e-Commerce

Standard 1: Career Development: Students will be knowledgeable about the world of work, explore career options, and relate personal skills, aptitudes, and abilities to future career decisions. Standard 2: Integrated Learning: Students will demonstrate how academic knowledge and skills are applied in the workplace and other settings. Standard 3a: Universal Foundation Skills: Students will demonstrate mastery of the foundation skills and competencies essential for success in the workplace. Standard 3b: Career Majors Students who choose a career major will acquire the career-specific technical knowledge/skills necessary to progress toward gainful employment, career advancement, and success in postsecondary programs.

Performance

Indicators - LWDAT

Work collaboratively with other students to problem solve and analyze ECommerce Web sites

Explain the purpose and us of e-commerce

Analyze and synthesize facts about the past, present and future of business on the Web

Discuss how B2B, B2C, U2C, C2C, and G2C, can work collaboratively to be successful

Research and analyze

organizations on the Web

Essential Questions

What is the impact of the Internet on our economy?

Essential Knowledge &

Skills

E-Commerce ? It's more

than buying and selling Partnership between the

Internet and business Success stories and Dot-

Bombs E-Commerce models Organizations on the Web

Classroom Ideas Assessment Ideas

Research and Evaluate Search Engines

Research net ethics @ stthom.edu/cbes/oje.html

You Judge: Internet Marketing Excellence Awards @

"Extra Challenge"

"Surf" Yahoo's Business and Economy Links

Teamwork Project ? Consumer Products

Research Technology Careers

Research option for you @

Check it out ? Office Depot Business Center



Research another country's travel & tourism web page ? fact find

Charitable organization ? on the Web

American Life Project

Work collaboratively with other students to problem solve and analyze ECommerce Web sites

Analyze and evaluate

different investment

opportunities online Create a career/college

portfolio Apply research to

create a budget Compare/Contrast jobs

and colleges

How does e-Commerce affect me personally with personal and business services?

Career planning, portfolio

components, and job hunting

Job relocation and the Web

College planning and the Web

Managing Money without leaving

home

Online banking services Online investing Financing your house or car Financing your college education FAFSA Information services on the Web

Research job banks online such as and America's Job Bank

Complete the FBI fact finding

Visit and learn about college and career planning

Visit

Investigate different student loan options

Formulate a "budget"

Research and analyze different college and career options

Net Ethics

Analyze & evaluate different invest opportunities online

Create a travel plan

Visit

Info links project 5-2

Text: E-Commerce Basics, Second Edition, McLaren & McLaren. Thomson Learning Course Technology, 2003.

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e-Commerce Curriculum P. Coombs, McGraw High School Business Education

Course:

e-Commerce

Performance

Indicators

Work collaboratively with other students to problem solve and analyze E-Commerce Web sites

Compare and Contrast purchasing options

Explain online auction services Place and track secure purchases

on the net Explain how virtual marketplaces

and portals enhance B2B Analyze the logistics of

distributions systems as they relate to supply and demand Evaluate security and privacy of websites Explain customer evaluations for online businesses Evaluate security and privacy of websites

Access information about

products and companies

Work collaboratively with other students to problem solve and analyze ECommerce Web sites

Explain how customers find out about you and your products through Internet advertising

Describe how to sell products online

Evaluate to pros and cons to banner advertising

Discuss ways to promote your website and get it on a SE cat.

Explain and analyze "private Internet

Evaluate Int'l Bus. on Web

Standard 1: Career Development: Students will be knowledgeable about the world of work, explore career options, and relate personal skills, aptitudes, and abilities to future career decisions. Standard 2: Integrated Learning: Students will demonstrate how academic knowledge and skills are applied in the workplace and other settings. Standard 3a: Universal Foundation Skills: Students will demonstrate mastery of the foundation skills and competencies essential for success in the workplace. Standard 3b: Career Majors Students who choose a career major will acquire the careerspecific technical knowledge/skills necessary to progress toward gainful employment, career advancement, and success in postsecondary programs.

Essential Questions

Essential Knowledge & Skills

Classroom Ideas

Assessment Ideas

How and what can I buy online?

Buying and shopping online "Cookies" Tracking customers - UPS Experience virtual "try-on" UPS & Fed EX? how do they do

it? Electronic Data Interchange

(EDI) E-Procurement Virtual Marketplaces Explore the "Intra"net Logistics and Distribution of

Visit Dean & Deluca's online (and in Rockefeller Plaza!)

Configure a dream car or computer

Comparison shop for laptops

Establish your own "procurement" process

Investigate SciQuest online for portal purchasing

Explore Indiana State Univ.

Net Fact Finder

Research and analyze

Critical Thinking ? How has the Internet changed the way you shop now versus five year ago?

"Link up" colleges with different branches

How can companies use the Internet for marketing, e-mail targeted advertising, and customer service over the Web?

purchasing

The Savvy Online Buyer Safeguarding Security and

Privacy

Wise Consumerism

Marketing through a new

medium ? All Stages "Hit" counters What is PDF Format? Digital Advertising Demographics E-mail Marketing SPAM! Promoting your site Global e-commerce Online Int'l Bus. Info.

Intranets, Extranets, and the

Internet

Pop-up Ads Encryption

Fruit of the Loom Teamwork

SCANS Projects 3-1 thr 3-3

Analyze banner ads

Create a new marketing sign ? online for a real estate agency Create a sweepstakes page

Mind map the steps in doing business on the web

Brainstorm ? What products would be hard to sell over the Internet?

Research and analyze secure transaction shopping

"Plan" your stay over online

Visit Nielsen NetRatings Web site

Outline an online Marketing Plan

Discuss possible links with different websites and how they work together. I.e. Borders and MapQuest

Create an online marketing plan

Create a Florida vacation home rental and sales information tip sheet (Simulation)

Text: E-Commerce Basics, Second Edition, McLaren & McLaren. Thomson Learning Course Technology, 2003.

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e-Commerce Curriculum

P. Coombs, McGraw High School Business Education

Course: e-Commerce

Standard 1: Career Development: Students will be knowledgeable about the world of work, explore career options, and relate personal skills, aptitudes, and abilities to future career decisions. Standard 2: Integrated Learning: Students will demonstrate how academic knowledge and skills are applied in the workplace and other settings. Standard 3a: Universal Foundation Skills: Students will demonstrate mastery of the foundation skills and competencies essential for success in the workplace. Standard 3b: Career Majors Students who choose a career major will acquire the careerspecific technical knowledge/skills necessary to progress toward gainful employment, career advancement, and success in postsecondary programs.

Performance

Indicators

Work collaboratively with other students to problem solve and analyze E-Commerce Web sites

Describe the components of a basic web site, including some optional features

Compare and contrast methods for developing a web site

Register domain names and promote an appropriate website

Evaluate web sites and identify principles of good design

Apply software to create a real web page

Essential Questions

What makes a great ecommerce Web site?

How can the Web process credit card purchases securely?

Essential Knowledge &

Skills

HTML files Image Files Web Editor Web Servers Internet Connections Search Tools Database Servers Graphics Interchange

Format (GIF) Joint Photographic Experts

Group (JPEG) Methods for developing a

website ICANN Web site ? domain

names and registration (dot

?) Accessibility guidelines

FrontPage and Web Design

Classroom Ideas

Assessment Ideas

Visit various websites to create a "list" of potential things to include in your own website

Visit misnt.indstate.edu/mfbjm/firstpage.htm to see actual HTML source code that create a webpage

Research and Explore free website links at

MOSAIC ? how does it relate to Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer? Fact Find!

Create your own website with a group: Project 13-3, Teamwork, and Critical Thinking

Outline the methods for developing a website

How do we decide which domain we belong to?

Domain fact finding

Online sporting goods store ? develop a catalog page with a partner!

Evaluate good web design in a jigsaw format

Text: E-Commerce Basics, Second Edition, McLaren & McLaren. Thomson Learning Course Technology, 2003.

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e-Commerce Curriculum P. Coombs, McGraw High School Business Education

Learning Standards for Career Development and Occupational Studies

Standard 1: Career Development Students will be knowledgeable about the world of work, explore career options, and relate personal skills, aptitudes, and abilities to future career decisions.

Standard 2: Integrated Learning Students will demonstrate how academic knowledge and skills are applied in the workplace and other settings.

Standard 3a: Universal Foundation Skills Students will demonstrate mastery of the foundation skills and competencies essential for success in the workplace.

Standard 3b: Career Majors Students who choose a career major will acquire the career-specific technical knowledge/skills necessary to progress toward gainful employment, career advancement, and success in postsecondary programs.

Text: E-Commerce Basics, Second Edition, McLaren & McLaren. Thomson Learning Course Technology, 2003.

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