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Dobbins Standard 1-3 FBLA Activities

Dobbins Standard 1-3 FBLA Activities

FBLA Integration Activities – Lamar Dobbins

Introduction to Digital Technology

Month Activity Details/Skills Covered

August Presentation Students attended a meeting
August FBLA Future Practice Test where previous years officers
September discussed the benefits of joining
October FBLA Creed FBLA
November Students will take the FBLA
December Boo Bags practice test using the FBLA
FBLA Scavenger Hunt national and state sites to
January Communicating FBLA—Creating answer the questions on the
a Commercial worksheet.
Students will memorize and
Business Achievement Award recite the FBLA Creed to class
and design a memo to the
teacher to explain what the FBLA
Creed means to them.
Students will create a card to be
included in the Boo Bags that
FBLA gives to each teacher on
Halloween
Students will complete the FBLA
scavenger hunt activity using the
national site to answer questions
about the FBLA organization.
Students will work in groups to
create a selling pitch and
commercial for selling an item of
their choice. The purpose of this
activity to improve student’s
communication and team
building skills.
Work on remaining items for the
Future Level of the BAA Activities

Digital Design

Month Activity Details/Skills Covered

August Presentation Students attended a meeting
August FBLA Future Practice Test where previous years officers
September discussed the benefits of joining
October FBLA Creed FBLA
November Students will take the FBLA
December Boo Bags practice test using the FBLA
FBLA Scavenger Hunt national and state sites to
January Communicating FBLA—Creating answer the questions on the
a Commercial worksheet.
Students will memorize and
Business Achievement Award recite the FBLA Creed to class
and design a memo to the
teacher to explain what the FBLA
Creed means to them.
Students will create a card to be
included in the Boo Bags that
FBLA gives to each teacher on
Halloween
Students will complete the FBLA
scavenger hunt activity using the
national site to answer questions
about the FBLA organization.
Students will work in groups to
create a selling pitch and
commercial for selling an item of
their choice. The purpose of this
activity to improve student’s
communication and team
building skills.
Work on remaining items for the
Future Level of the BAA Activities

Month Web Design Details/Skills Covered

August Activity
August
Presentation Students attended a meeting
September FBLA Future Practice Test where previous years officers
discussed the benefits of joining
October FBLA Creed FBLA
November Students will take the FBLA
December FBLA Website practice test using the FBLA
FBLA Scavenger Hunt national and state sites to
January Communicating FBLA—Creating answer the questions on the
a Commercial worksheet.
Students will memorize and
Business Achievement Award recite the FBLA Creed to class
Activities and design a memo to the
teacher to explain what the FBLA
Creed means to them.
Students in the web design
course will create/maintain the
MMHS FBLA webpage.
Students will complete the FBLA
scavenger hunt activity using the
national site to answer questions
about the FBLA organization.
Students will work in groups to
create a selling pitch and
commercial for selling an item of
their choice. The purpose of this
activity to improve student’s
communication and team
building skills.
Work on remaining items for the
Future Level of the BAA Activities

FBLA Future Practice Test

DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions about FBLA by using the FBLA national or
state site. www.fbla-pbl.org or www.georgiafbla.org . Circle the answers. Study this test after in
preparation for your Future Level Award!

1. FBLA-PBL involves nearly __________ members in 13,000 chartered chapters in the

United States, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, and the Department of Defense Schools worldwide.

A. 200,000 B. 250,000 C. 210,000 D. 180,000

2. The first FBLA State Chapter was

A. Florida B. Wisconsin C. Iowa D. Ohio

3. The FBLA_PBL National Center is located where?

A. Reston, VA B. Washington, DC C. Baltimore, MD D. Arlington, VA

4. When will the term of office begin for a National Officer?
A. At the close of the National Leadership Conference in which they were elected.
B. At the beginning of the new school year.
C. At the beginning of the National Fall Leadership Conferences.
D. Immediately upon election.

5. The official colors of FBLA-PBL are

A. navy blue and yellow B. red, white, and blue C. blue and gold D. red

and black

6. In debate, each member has the right to speak __________ on a motion.

A. twice B. once C. three times D. four times

7. The Parliamentary Procedure Event is named after
A. Hollis and Kitty Guy B. Dorothy L. Travis C. Lorraine Missling D. Hamden Forkner

8. The Gold Seal Award of Merit is named after

A. Jean Buckley B. Hamden Forkner C. Hollis and Kitty Guy D. Dorothy

Travis

9. FBLA-PBL is divided into _______ administrative regions.

A. four B. five C. six D. seven

10. The three words on the FBLA and PBL emblems are

A. Service, Education, and Leadership B. Service, Leadership, and Prosperity

C. Service, Education, and Progress D. Progress, Leadership, and Education

11. Which of the following is not an official publication of FBLA-PBL?

A. Tomorrow's Business Leader B. FBLA Adviser's Hotline

C. Business Leaders of Tomorrow D. The PBL Business Leader

12. The land for the FBLA-PBL National Center was purchased through a grant from the

A. General Motors Corporation B. Conrad Hilton Foundation

C. McDonald's Corporation D. Ford Motor Company Foundation

13. A local chapter with 50 members would be entitled to how many local voting delegates?

A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five

14. FBLA-PBL Week is held each year during the month of

A. November B. March C. February D. May

15. What is FBLA-PBL's official parliamentary authority?

A. Robert's Rules of Order B. Robert's Rules of Order - Newly Revised

C. The Chapter Management Handbook D. The Meeting Guide

16. What is the first stanza of the FBLA-PBL Creed?

A. I believe that education is the right of every man. B. I believe that education is the right of

every person.

C. I believe that education is important. D. I believe that education should be

free.

17. What is the name of the program offered in conjunction with the National Leadership

Conference that is offered to national, state, and local FBLA-PBL officers, members, and

advisers for Leadership Development and Training?

A. Management Series 2000 B. Institute for Leaders C. Leadership Training 2000 D. The

Institute

18. What are the three categories of competitive events?

A. Individual, Group, and Chapter B. Chapter, Member, and Team

C. Individual, Team, and Chapter D. Group, Member, and Team

19. What is the official national Web site address?

A. www.fbla-pbl.org B. www.fbla-pbl.com C. www.fbla.org D.

www.fbla-pbl.net

20. Where was the first FBLA local chapter organized?

A. Knoxville, TN B. Cedar Rapids, IA C. Johnson City, TN D. Miami, FL

21. FBLA Middle level membership is open to students in what grades?

A. 9-12 B. 7-12 C. 8-9 D. 5-9

22. In order to qualify for participation in the competitive events program for FBLA, dues
must be received in the National Center by what date?
A. April 1 B. March 1 C. April 15 D. March 15

23. What is the name of the nationally endorsed fundraising program developed especially
for 'cookie-loving' FBLA-PBL chapters?

A. Otis Spunkmeyer, Inc. B. Champion Challenge C. Mission LIFT D. World's
Finest Chocolate

24. When is American Enterprise Day?

A. November 15 B. November 1 C. February 15 D.

October 20

25. The chapter officer that presides over and conducts meetings is typically the

A. Secretary B. President C. Treasurer D. Parliamentarian

Unit Lesson Plan—Introduction to Digital Technology

Teacher Name: Lamar Dobbins Unit Dates: Unit 1

Topic/Unit of Study: Communicating FBLA—Creating a Commercial

Vocabulary: Zmoot, FBLA, Impromptu Speaking

Day 1-4 Essential Question: Is strong communication skills important in FBLA? In life?
How/Why?
Task 1:
Day 1 & 2 Discussion:
Task 1: Selling a Zmoot. Divide students into groups. Each group is asked to sell a strange
Task 2: object to the rest of the class – a “Zmoot”. The sky is the limit on objects. The “Zmoot” can be
Day 3 & 4 almost anything, as long as it is unusual. You will need different objects or photos (often a
garage, basement, or storage area is a great place to look for unusual items) for each group.
GPSs: Give each group 15 minutes to develop a “skit”, practice, and to sell their item. Each group
will present out. If you are using a photo or drawing, you may want to use an overhead
IT-IDT-11 projector. (See the grading sheet on the next page.)
Task 2: Selling FBLA. Select a recruiting topic from FBLA, utilize a 15 minute time limit to
This activity prepare and sell FBLA to class. Video these mini-commercials to use with Video Production
could be used class to promote FBLA membership.
after completing
units on Activities:
Standard 3, 4,  Define Zmoot
and 5 or in  Divide into groups
August/February  Practice your sales pitch
for March  Video Selling your product
Madness  After completing their sales in class, groups will adjust if necessary and
complete the same steps to “sell” FBLA membership.

Commercial Grading Sheet

For this project, students are to create a “LIVE” commercial selling a Zmoot. The group commercial will be graded
using the following criteria:

Objective/Competency Points Points
Possible Awarded

Commercial shows creativity and originality. 15

Commercial is 1-2 minutes in length. 10

Commercial appeals to the audience. 10

All group members are involved and have parts for the “LIVE” presentation. 15

Commercial does a good job of explaining what a Zmoot is. 10

Commercial does a good job of selling the product. 15

Commercial and product must be appropriate for classroom. 10

Commercial progresses logically and is well thought out. 15

Total Points 100

Comments:

Commercial Grading Sheet

For this project, students are to create a “LIVE” commercial selling a Zmoot. The group commercial will be graded
using the following criteria:

Objective/Competency Points Points
Possible Awarded

Commercial shows creativity and originality. 15

Commercial is 1-2 minutes in length. 10

Commercial appeals to the audience. 10
All group members are involved and have parts for the “LIVE” presentation. 15

Commercial does a good job of explaining what a FBLA is. 10

Commercial does a good job of selling membership. 15

Commercial must be appropriate for classroom. 10

Commercial progresses logically and is well thought out. 15

Total Points 100

Comments:

Student Work Sample - FBLA Website

Name: Darius Snellings Period: 5th

Student Sample - FBLA Internet Scavenger Hunt

www.fbla-pbl.org

1. Where are FBLA-PBL headquartered? Reston, Virginia and local/state levels

2. What does FBLA stand for? Future Business Leaders of America

3. What does PBL stand for? Professional Division for Businesspeople

4. What is the mission of FBLA? The mission of FBLA is to bring business and

education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership

and career development programs.

5. When was the first high school chapter chartered? February 3, 1942 in Johnson City,
TN

6. The high school level has over how many members nationwide? 215,000

7. List three individual competitive events a student may enter in FBLA:

 Web site Design
 Global Business
 Job Interview

8. List two areas of competition for which you show strengths and think you would be a
good competitor: Job Interview and Public Speaking

9. What is the Georgia FBLA Theme this year? www.georgiafbla.org Share your story

10. When and where is the State Leadership Conference? Athens, GA

11. Write 4 Goals of FBLA

 Develop competent, aggressive business leadership
 Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work
 Encourage embers in the development of individual projects that contribute to

business, and community.
 Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism

12. What are the FBLA colors? Red, blue & white

13. Who is the State President of FBLA? Kenny Zhou

14. When and where is the National Leadership Conference? Charleston, SC, Nov 13-14

The FBLA-PBL Mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship
through innovative leadership and career development programs.

FBLA Creed IT-IDT-1, IT-IDT-11

GPS Standards/Elements Duration: 180 minutes

 IT-IDT-1: Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry
o 1.1 Communicate effectively through writing, speaking, listening, reading, and

interpersonal abilities.

 IT-IDT-11: Explore how related student organizations are integral parts of career and technology
education courses through leadership development, school and community service projects,
entrepreneurship development, and competitive events.
o 11.1 Explain the goals, mission and objectives of Future Business Leaders of America.

FBLA CREED

Resources: www.fbla.org

Purpose: To interpret the meaning of the FBLA Creed as it relates to the students’ future and to the
business world.

Instructions:
Part 1: Students will memorize and recite the FBLA Creed to you or the class.

Part 2: Students will design a memo addressed to (Teacher’s Name) that explains their understanding
of the FBLA creed as it relates to their future and to the business world. If necessary, review the parts of
a memo with the students. Instruct students to follow the steps below.

1. After reading the FBLA Creed, think about how it applies.
2. Construct a memo (follow the outline of a memo) which you interpret the meaning of the

FBLA Creed.
3. The memo should be addressed to (Teacher’s Name), FBLA Advisor with today’s date.
4. Use proper grammar and spelling (use F7 –spellcheck)
5. Save the memo on your USB drive or in your class folder (if applies)
6. Print a copy.

Rubric: Not Does Not Meet Meet Exceeds Points
Demonstrated Expectations Expectations Expectations Earned
Evaluation
Item 0 1-5 6-10 11-15

Extemporaneous 0 1-3 4-7 8-10
delivery; e.g. no
reading from note
cards
Effective posture,
body language,
eye contact, and

gestures

Professional tone, 0 1-3 4-7 8-10
appropriate
4-7 8-10
language 6-10 11-15
+/ - 15 pts.
(inflection, pace, +/ - 25 pts.

emphasis, and

enthusiasm)

Presentation is 0 1-3
sincere and

convincing

Effectiveness of 0 1-5
memo (proper

grammar no

spelling errors)

Footnote at the bottom of memo: Name/period/date

Assignment submitted on time

Final Score /100max


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