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Who doesn't love to travel? Engage students as they plan a vacation to their dream destination using Internet research skills and learning about MS Word, Excel and Publisher. Students research and plan the vacation using a set budget and then utilize Word to compile research, Excel to demonstrate
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Introduce your students to spreadsheets with these high interest activities! Included are two high interest spreadsheets of data from Burger King (nutritional information) and McDonalds (prices). Students will learn how to guess and check (predict) and enter values correctly in order to answer que

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What is Excel? This Microsoft Excel tutorial is a great tool for students to learn about budgets, Excel formulas and more. MS Office Excel is used in this lesson plan to show the students the sum, subtract, division and product formulas. The Computer Master's Excel how to lessons are easy to follow
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This first lesson in a series of four is meant to be done the first day of the stock market unit, and preferably during the first week of the course, as, later in lesson 4 they will be tracking stocks on the stock market each week. The pie game is a fun and interactive assignment where students will
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Financial Literacy - Budgeting - Money Management: 14-Day MS-EXCEL Simulation – is a very comprehensive, exciting, and interactive computerized real world turn-key activity/simulation whereby students “Flip the Die” for their “Station in Life” and experience “The Real World” according to the roll of
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TSW create an excel spreadsheet to prepare a budget for a birthday party. The budget is \$1,000 for a Sweet 16 or Finally 16 (for the boys) party. The students will determine amount of supplies needed for 20 guests and create formulas to calculate expenses and stay within the budget.
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This series of assignments will take students (8-12th grades) through Excel 2010. Each assignment is accompanied with an instruction video, a starter assignment, and instructions. The video will teach the student how to use each feature, but will NOT take them through the actual assignments. Student
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Who earned the most money? Students use clues to find out which child earned the most money in this mystery! This is a fun way for students to explore Microsoft Excel Basics. The students use the autosum function as well as other Excel basic functions. Bonus: Comes with Microsoft Excel Aid sheet
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This activity is a great bell ringer and way to introduce Excel or for remediation. This is a crossword puzzle and a worksheet to label parts of the Excel screen. I have provided a page with vocabulary words and definitions as well as answer keys for both activities.
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An extremely relevant and engaging project for students and so little work for you! Works for anytime, but I've found it especially perfect for winding down the end of the school year or that tricky time between Thanksgiving and Winter Break. Students will be glued to their computers making the pe
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This is a practice exercise for Microsoft Excel. This is good for the beginning student. They create a small database that includes their top 30 favorite songs. The file includes the student instructions with a rubric and a sample file to demonstrate in class. This exercise works with any versi
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This is an updated version of a previously posted project. This version is updated to reflect the Microsoft Office 2010 format. Students play a fun game that requires them to figure out how to make the most profit from their own "Lemonade Stand". Students will learn to create a spreadsheet that ke
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This is the class roster I use for each of my period. I print a new one each week and keep track of attendance, tardies, warm up grades, daily grades and notes. I personally use a different color pen each day so I track the notes to the correct day. Keeping these clipped to a clipboard makes data ma
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This series of assignments will take students (8-12th grades) through Excel 2010. Each assignment is accompanied with an instruction video, a starter assignment, and instructions. This section has longer videos that are step by step. I teach these lessons in my classroom as a class, not by video--us
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This file includes all four Stock Market assignments, as well as the review and exam. For descriptions of each assignment, click on the links below.**NOTE: If you have trouble printing the PDF files, go to file, print, click on Advanced, and check the box "Print as image."***************************
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This lesson deals with Microsoft Excel 2007 or 2010. The student will create a 10 word crossword puzzle with appropriate formatting. The student will review: resizing columns and rows, formatting cells, adding borders and shading, inserting comments, and conditional formatting.
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The student will create an Excel spreadsheet that ranks the top 25 celebrities of 2013 according to People magazine. They will then perform basic functions such as Bold, Merge and Center, Center align text, and Copy and Paste text from one cell to another cell.
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Students will create a table that lists all 44 Presidents, term dates, party and the VP. Students will perform basic excel spreadsheet functions such as adding borders, highlighting, bold, font size, alignment etc. For more advanced users, I have also included instruction on sorting the table by P
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This series of assignments will take students (8-12th grades) through Excel 2010. Each assignment is accompanied with an instruction video, a starter assignment, and instructions. This section has longer videos that are step by step, and these two lessons are more advanced. I teach these lessons in
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Redesign a Bedroom using Microsoft Excel gives students an opportunity to research items to totally redesign their bedroom and then, working with a given budget, to create a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet budget of those items. This is a great project to do with students who have a beginning knowledge
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What do you do when life gives you lemons? When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. Students will play a lemonade stand game online and track their progress. Then, they will use the data to create a lemonade stand spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel. The first handout walks students through how to
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In this 2010 Excel tutorial, students will get practice entering information into cells, using the average formula and learning a good life lesson about the value of grades and hard work. To make Excel seem applicable to middle school or high school students, I use this lesson to try to help them
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This Microsoft 2010 Excel file teaches students how to use the count formula, max formula, min formula, average formula and introduces sorting. There is Excel instruction and Excel tips for each formula with practice problems for the students to solve. The final worksheet can be quickly assessed by
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In this how to Excel spreadsheet, students can practice using the sum formulas, subtraction formula, product formulas (or multiplication formula), division formula, count formula, minimum formula, maximum formula and average formula. There is Excel practice on over 70 questions to take your students
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