Nebraska FBLA Handbook

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<ul><li>1.NEBRASKA FBLA HANDBOOKTable of Contents Section 4: SLC Competitive Events Crosswalk of Business Education Essential Learnings to FBLA Competitive Events 4-1 Accounting I4-5 Accounting II 4-6 Banking and Financial Systems 4-8 Banking and Financial Systems Performance Rating Sheet 4-10 Business Calculations4-11 Business Communication 4-12 Business Ethics 4-13 Business Ethics Written Case Study Rating Sheet 4-15 Business Ethics Performance Rating Sheet 4-16 Business Financial Plan 4-17 Business Financial Plan Report Rating Sheet4-19 Business Law4-20 Business Math 4-21 Business Plan 4-22 Business Plan Written Report Rating Sheet 4-25 Business Presentation4-27 Business Presentation Preliminary Performance Rating Sheet 4-29 Business Presentation Performance Rating Sheet4-30 Business Procedures4-31 Client Service4-32 Client Service Written Case Study Rating Sheet4-34 Client Service Performance Rating Sheet4-35 Computer Problem Solving4-36 Cyber Security 4-37 Desktop Application Programming.4-38 Desktop Application Programming Production Rating Sheet 4-40 Digital Video Production 4-41 Digital Video Production Rating Sheet4-43 E-business4-44 E-business Production Rating Sheet4-46 Economics 4-47 Electronic Career Portfolio 4-48 Electronic Career Portfolio Rating Sheet 4-50 Emerging Business Issues 4-51 Emerging Business Issues Written Summary Rating Sheet4-53 Emerging Business Issues Performance Rating Sheet 4-54 Entrepreneurship 4-55 Entrepreneurship Performance Rating Sheet 4-57 FBLA Principles and Procedures 4-58 Future Business Leader 4-59 Future Business Leader Final Interview Rating Sheet 4-61 Global Business 4-62 Global Business Performance Rating Sheet 4-64 Impromptu Speaking 4-65 </li></ul><p>2. Impromptu Speaking Performance Rating Sheet4-67 Internet Application Programming 4-68 Internet Application Programming Production Rating Sheet 4-70 Introduction to Business 4-71 Introduction to Business Communication4-72 Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure 4-73 Introduction to Technology Concepts 4-74 Job Interview 4-75 Preliminary Job Interview Rating Sheet4-77 Semifinal/Final Job Interview Event Rating Sheet 4-78 Keyboarding Knowledge 4-79 Management Decision Making4-80 Management Decision Making Performance Rating Sheet4-82 Marketing 4-83 Network Design 4-84 Network Design Performance Rating Sheet 4-86 Networking Concepts4-87 Parliamentary Procedure Team4-88 Parliamentary Procedure Performance Rating Sheet 4-90 Personal Finance 4-92 Proofreading4-93 Public Speaking I4-94 Public Speaking I Rating Sheet4-96 Public Speaking II 4-97 Public Speaking II Performance Rating Sheet4-99 Board of Directors All-State Quality Member Award4-100 Spelling 4-102 Sports Management4-103 Technology Concepts4-104 Web Site Development 4-105 Web Site Development Rating Sheet 4-107 Whos Who in Nebraska FBLA4-108 Whos Who Rating Sheet 4-109 3. NEBRASKA BUSINESS EDUCATION ESSENTIAL LEARNINGSCROSSWALK TO THE FBLA COMPETITIVE EVENTS PROGRAMFoundation Skills and Knowledge Essential LearningsSecondary LevelComputerCareer Development Communication Computation Applications Banking and Financial Business Calculations Accounting I Business PresentationSystems Business Ethics Accounting II Chapter Reports: Written Business Ethics Business Plan Banking and Financial Computer Applications Business Plan Business PresentationSystems Database Design and Client Service Business Procedures Business CalculationsApplications Electronic Career Chapter Reports: Written Business Financial Plan Desktop PublishingPortfolio and Oral Presentations Business Math Digital Video Future Business Leader Client Service Database Design andPresentationFBLA Competitive Events Introduction to Business Desktop Publishing Applications Electronic Career Introduction to Digital Video Production Future Business Leader PortfolioParliamentary Procedure Electronic Career Introduction to Business Keyboarding Knowledge Job Interview Portfolio Local Chapter Annual Spreadsheet Applications Management Decision Emerging Business Issues Business Report Word Processing IMaking Entrepreneurship Spreadsheet Applications Word Processing II Parliamentary Procedure Future Business Leader Partnership with Business Impromptu Speaking Introduction toBusiness Communication Job Interview Management DecisionMaking Network Design Parliamentary Procedure Proofreading Public Speaking I Public Speaking II Spelling Word Processing I Word Processing IIFoundation Skills and Knowledge Essential LearningsSecondary Level Economics andEntrepreneurshipEthicsInput TechnologiesPersonal Finance Accounting I and II American Enterprise Business Ethics Keyboarding KnowledgeFBLA Competitive Events American Enterprise Project Business Law Word ProcessingProject Business Plan Cyber Security Banking and Financial E-business Digital Video ProductionSystems Economics Emerging Business Issues Business Calculations Entrepreneurship Management Decision Business Financial Plan Future Business Leader Making Business Math Introduction to Business Sports Management E-business Management Decision Web Site Development Economics Making Future Business Leader Marketing Global Business Partnership with Business Introduction to Business Management DecisionMaking Personal Finance 2008-2009Nebraska FBLA Page 4-1 4. Business Administration Essential LearningsSecondary Level Business and Economics and AccountingCommunicationConsumer Law Personal Finance Accounting I Business Ethics Business Communication Accounting I Accounting II Business Law Business Ethics Accounting II Banking and Financial Cyber Security Business Financial Plan American EnterpriseSystems Future Business Leader Business PlanProject Business Calculations Business Presentation Banking and Financial Business Financial Plan Business ProceduresSystems Business Math Chapter Reports: Written Business Calculations Business Plan and Oral Presentations Business Financial Plan Entrepreneurship Client Service Business MathFBLA Competitive Events Future Business Leader Desktop Publishing E-business Local Chapter Annual Digital Video Production EconomicsBusiness Report Electronic Career Future Business Leader Management Decision Portfolio Global BusinessMaking Emerging Business Issues Introduction to Business Entrepreneurship Management Decision Future Business Leader Making Impromptu Speaking Proofreading Introduction to BusinessCommunication Job Interview Management DecisionMaking Network Design Parliamentary Procedure Proofreading Public Speaking I Public Speaking II Spelling Word Processing I Word Processing IIBusiness Administration Essential Learnings Secondary LevelEntrepreneurship Global BusinessManagementMarketingFBLA Competitive Events American Enterprise Business Communication Banking and Financial Business PlanProject Business Law Systems Community Service Business Plan Economics Business EthicsProject E-business Future Business Leader Business Financial Plan E-business Economics Global Business Business Procedures Electronic Career Entrepreneurship Management Decision Entrepreneurship Portfolio Future Business Leader Making Future Business Leader Entrepreneurship Introduction to Business Global Business Future Business Leader Management Decision Introduction to Business Introduction to BusinessMaking Management Decision Local Chapter Annual Marketing Making Business Report Partnership with Partnership with Business MarketingBusiness Sports Management Sports Management Web Site Development 2008-2009Nebraska FBLA Page 4-2 5. Information Technology Essential LearningsSecondary LevelComputer Hardware and Computer ApplicationsDATABASE MANAGEMENTOperating Systems Business Presentation Computer Problem Solving Computer ApplicationsEvents FBLA Competitive Chapter Reports: Written Cyber Security Database Design and Applications Computer Applications Introduction to Technology Introduction to Technology Desktop PublishingConcepts Concepts Digital Video Production Network Design Spreadsheet Applications Electronic Career Portfolio Networking Concepts Technology Concepts Spreadsheet Applications Technology Concepts Word Processing I Word Processing II Information Technology Essential LearningsSecondary LevelInteractive Media and Network SystemsPROGRAMMINGWeb Technologies Computer Applications Computer Problem Solving Desktop Application ProgrammingFBLA Competitive Events Digital Video Production Cyber Security Internet Application Programming E-business Introduction to Technology Introduction to Technology Electronic Career Portfolio Concepts Concepts Internet Application Programming Network Design Networking Concepts Introduction to Technology Networking Concepts Technology ConceptsConcepts Technology Concepts Networking Concepts Technology Concepts Web site Development 2007-2008 Nebraska FBLA Page 4-3 6. LINKING CHAPTER ACTIVITIES TO CURRICULACurricular AreaFBLA Activity Career DevelopmentCareer fair Certifications offered at national conferences Dress for Success style show Fall and State Leadership Conference Field trips/tours Job interview preparation Job shadowing National Association of Parliamentarians exam offered at national conferences National Fall Leadership Conference National Leadership Conference Panels Speakers Communication OralChapter meetings Committee meetings Job interview preparation Oral presentations: community, business groups, and school administration State Officer campaign Economics American Enterprise educational skits and projects Business Plan Econ Challenge Economic game developed for use at chapter meetings Elementary students learn business concepts from FBLA presentations School concessions management School store management Stock market simulations Mathematics Fundraising activities School concessions management School store management Treasurers report Reading Project Literacy Summer library reading program Social StudiesChamber of Commerce meetings Election Day activities Fed Challenge History preservation projects Local and state election campaigns TechnologyCommunity computer classes Desktop publishing for school and community groups Multimedia presentations for school and community groups Technology skill certifications offered at national conferences Web site development for school and community groups Writing American Enterprise Project Annual Business Report Business Ethics Business Plan Community Service Project Emerging Business Issues Partnership with Business Project Service Hours as a Community service projects Graduation Requirement 2007-2008Nebraska FBLA Page 4-4 7. ACCOUNTING I PurposeThe accurate keeping of financial records is an ongoing activity in all types of businesses. This event providesrecognition for FBLA members who have an understanding of and skill in basic accounting principles andprocedures.EligibilityAll FBLA members in Grades 9 through 12 who have not completed more than two (2) semesters or one (1)semester in a block scheduling program of high school accounting instruction nor are enrolled in or havecompleted any additional accounting courses are eligible to compete. Students enrolled in self-pacedinstructional programs must not have covered the content beyond a one-year accounting course.ProcedureFifty (50) minutes will be allowed for this event. Participants will be given an objective test that will focus onbasic practices of accounting for the sole proprietorship, the partnership, and the corporation; types ofownership; basic accounting cycle; terminology; account classification; journalizing; posting; income statement;balance sheet; depreciation, repairs, and improvements; manual and computerized accounting software; andethical standards. Participants must furnish their own No. 2 pencils and erasers and may use their own cordless calculators;however, no graphing or financial calculators, PDAs, phones, or other memory storage devices are allowed.JudgingThe test will be machine graded. Ties will be broken based on the order the tests were returned. All judgesdecisions are final.Awards1st Place Plaque2nd Place Plaque3rd Place Plaque Certificates of Merit or Honorable Mention will be determined by the event chairperson and judges.National EntryThe first-, second-, and third-place winners of this event will represent Nebraska in the Accounting I event atthe National Leadership Conference, providing they have not entered this event at a previous NationalLeadership Conference.NBEA Standards Reinforced by EventAccounting: accounting cycle, accounting process, financial statements, special applicationsComputation: problem-solving applications, mathematicalEconomics and Personal Finance: personal decision making, managing finances and budgeting Career Clusters: Business Management and Administration, Finance 2007-2008 Nebraska FBLA Page 4-5 8. ACCOUNTING II PurposeThe accurate keeping of financial records is a vital ongoing activity in all types of businesses. This eventprovides recognition for FBLA members who have demonstrated an understanding of and skill in accountingprinciples and procedures as applied to sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations.EligibilityAll FBLA members in Grades 9 through 12 who have had more than one year of high school accountinginstruction or its equivalent are eligible to compete. Students enrolled in self-paced instructional programsshould have covered the content beyond a one-year accounting course.ProcedureThis event is composed of two (2) parts: an objective test and a school-site application test. School-Site TestingParticipants should be prepared to complete problems for financial statements, bank reconciliation, payroll, trialbalance, journalizing, inventory, depreciation, and adjusting/closing entries. Thirty (30) minutes will be allowed for the computer application portion of the test at the school-testing site.Any accounting or spreadsheet software may be used. Additional time will be allowed for general directions.Problems will be weighted according to difficulty and may be completed in any order. The score received on this portion of the event will constitute 50 percent of the final event score. Objective TestIn addition, participants will be given a fifty- (50) minute objective written test on principles and practices ofaccounting for the sole proprietorship, the partnership, and the corporation. The objective test may includequestions and problems on financial statements, partnerships and corporate accounting, ratios and analysis,purchases and sales, worksheets, account classification, bank reconciliation, income tax, payroll, inventory,plant assets and depreciation, cost accounting and manufacturing, budgeting and cash flow, departmentalizedaccounting, and ethics. The score received on this portion of the event will constitute 50 percent of the final event score. For the written event, participants must furnish their own No. 2 pencils and erasers and may use their owncordless calculators; h...</p>