Career and Technical Ed Curriculum
  Design, Multimedia and Web
 

This product-oriented course introduces the student to multimedia presentations, desktop publications, and web page creation.  Hands-on activities are used as students develop skills, master techniques, and prepare products for a client-based environment.  Students learn to create professional slideshow presentations using animation, sound, and videos.  Students also create brochures, flyers, business advertisements, and many other useful documents using Adobe products.  The course also introduces students to document construction for publishing on the World Wide Web using authoring software.  Units of instruction include design and layout, typeface selection, electronic scanners and scanned images, image editing, digital cameras and images, and video capturing.  Internet research and copyright laws are emphasized.  The cooperative education (Business Cooperative Internship--679920) method is available for this course.  Students combine classroom instruction and supervised on-the-job training in an approved position with continuing supervision throughout the school year.

Last Updated: 07/26/10 10:36 AM
 
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 1
  DEVELOP WORKPLACE READINESS SKILLS: PERSONAL QUALITIES & PEOPLE SKILLS
 

Benchmark 1.001
Demonstrate Positive Work Ethic
 
Indicator 1.001.001
Maintain punctual and consistent attendance
 
Indicator 1.001.002
Take direction willingly
 
Indicator 1.001.003
Exhibit motivation to accomplish the task at hand
 

Benchmark 1.002
Demonstrate Integrity
 
Indicator 1.002.001
Identify and abide by laws and workplace policies
 
Indicator 1.002.002
Exhibit honesty and reliability
 

Benchmark 1.003
Demonstrate Teamwork Skills
 
Indicator 1.003.001
Contribute to the success of the team
 
Indicator 1.003.002
Assist others
 
Indicator 1.003.003
Request help when needed
 

Benchmark 1.004
Demonstrate Self-Representation Skills
 
Indicator 1.004.001
Dress appropriately
 
Indicator 1.004.002
Use language and manners suitable for the workplace
 

Benchmark 1.005
Demonstrate Diversity Awareness
 
Indicator 1.005.001
Work in a respectful & friendly manner with all customers & coworkers
 

Benchmark 1.006
Demonstrate Conflict-Resolution Skills
 
Indicator 1.006.001
Negotiate diplomatic solutions to interpersonal & workplace conflicts
 

Benchmark 1.007
Demonstrate Creativity and Resourcefulness
 
Indicator 1.007.001
Contribute new ideas
 
Indicator 1.007.002
Work with initiative
 
Indicator 1.007.003
Deal skillfully and promptly with new situations and obstacles
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 2
  DEVELOP WORKPLACE READINESS SKILLS: PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
 

Benchmark 2.008
Demonstrate Effective Speaking and Listening Skills
 
Indicator 2.008.001
Communicate effectively with customers and fellow coworkers
 
Indicator 2.008.002
Comprehend details and follow directions
 
Indicator 2.008.003
Repeat directions or requests to ensure understanding
 

Benchmark 2.009
Demonstrate Effective Reading and Writing Skills
 
Indicator 2.009.001
Read and correctly interpret workplace documents
 
Indicator 2.009.002
Write with clear and correct language, appropriate to audience
 

Benchmark 2.010
Demonstrate Critical-Thinking and Problem-Solving Skills
 
Indicator 2.010.001
Analyze and solve problems that arise in completing assigned tasks
 

Benchmark 2.011
Demonstrate Healthy Behaviors and Safety Skills
 
Indicator 2.011.001
Manage personal health
 
Indicator 2.011.002
Follow safety guidelines
 

Benchmark 2.012
Demonstrate an Understanding of Workplace Organizations, Systems, etc.
 
Indicator 2.012.001
Identify “big picture” issues
 
Indicator 2.012.002
Explain one’s role in fulfilling the mission of the workplace
 

Benchmark 2.013
Demonstrate Lifelong-Learning Skills
 
Indicator 2.013.001
Continually acquire new industry-related knowledge
 
Indicator 2.013.002
Improve professional skills to stay current in the field & to advance
 
Indicator 2.013.003
Seek education and experiences that enhance personal growth
 

Benchmark 2.014
Demonstrate Job Acquisition and Advancement Skills
 
Indicator 2.014.001
Prepare to apply for a job
 
Indicator 2.014.002
Seek promotion
 

Benchmark 2.015
Demonstrate Time, Task, and Resource-Management Skills
 
Indicator 2.015.001
Organize and implement a productive plan of work
 
Indicator 2.015.002
Manage resources
 

Benchmark 2.016
Demonstrate Job-Specific Mathematics Skills
 
Indicator 2.016.001
Use mathematical reasoning/processes to accomplish job-specific tasks
 

Benchmark 2.017
Demonstrate Customer-Service Skills
 
Indicator 2.017.001
Address the needs of all customers
 
Indicator 2.017.002
Provide helpful, courteous, and knowledgeable service
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 3
  DEVELOP WORKPLACE READINESS SKILLS: TECHNOLOGY KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
 

Benchmark 3.018
Demonstrate Proficiency with Technologies Common to an Occupation
 
Indicator 3.018.001
Select & use technological resources to accomplish work efficiently
 

Benchmark 3.019
Demonstrate Information Technology Skills
 
Indicator 3.019.001
Work with hardware, file-management techniques, and software/programs
 
Indicator 3.019.002
Work with equipment and software appropriate to occupation
 
Indicator 3.019.003
Seek additional technology that might improve work processes/products
 

Benchmark 3.020
Demonstrate an Understanding of Internet Use and Security Issues
 
Indicator 3.020.001
Use the Internet efficiently and ethically for work
 
Indicator 3.020.002
Take measures to avoid Internet security risks
 

Benchmark 3.021
Demonstrate Telecommunications Skills
 
Indicator 3.021.001
Select and use telecommunications devices
 
Indicator 3.021.002
Select and use telecommunications services
 
Indicator 3.021.003
Select and use Web-based applications
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 4
  UNDERSTAND ALL ASPECTS OF INDUSTRY
 

Benchmark 4.022
Examine Planning at Individual Business and Overall Industry Levels
 
Indicator 4.022.001
Develop strategic plans-mission, vision, goals, objectives, etc.
 
Indicator 4.022.002
Work with planning tools
 
Indicator 4.022.003
Anticipate needs for staffing and purchases of equipment and supplies
 
Indicator 4.022.004
Develop plans for training and upgrading of staff
 
Indicator 4.022.005
Forecast market trends
 
Indicator 4.022.006
Develop business plans for entrepreneurial ventures
 

Benchmark 4.023
Explain Management Methods
 
Indicator 4.023.001
Use an organization chart to explain how a chain of command works
 
Indicator 4.023.002
Provide input for strategic plans & communicating the company's vision
 
Indicator 4.023.003
Lead employees in carrying out strategic plans and action plans
 
Indicator 4.023.004
Evaluate employee performance
 
Indicator 4.023.005
Anticipate technology and other major purchasing needs
 
Indicator 4.023.006
Ensure equity and access for employees
 
Indicator 4.023.007
Resolve conflicts
 
Indicator 4.023.008
Develop job descriptions and written policies/procedures
 
Indicator 4.023.009
Identify recruitment procedures, training opportunities, etc.
 
Indicator 4.023.010
Work with professional associations and community outreach efforts
 

Benchmark 4.024
Examine Finance: Decisions, Raising Capital, Expansion, etc.
 
Indicator 4.024.001
Develop budgets
 
Indicator 4.024.002
Prepare financial statements
 
Indicator 4.024.003
Analyze and manage financial transactions and records
 
Indicator 4.024.004
Implement payroll procedures
 
Indicator 4.024.005
Determine and pay taxes
 
Indicator 4.024.006
Identify indirect wage costs
 
Indicator 4.024.007
Make loans and grant credit to customers
 
Indicator 4.024.008
Develop graphs and charts related to company finances
 
Indicator 4.024.009
Identify & implement methods of sustaining profitability of a business
 
Indicator 4.024.010
Manage 401K plans
 
Indicator 4.024.011
Identify sources of capital
 

Benchmark 4.025
Describe Technical and Production Skills for Production Techniques
 
Indicator 4.025.001
Use troubleshooting and problem-solving techniques
 
Indicator 4.025.002
Analyze information to make decisions
 
Indicator 4.025.003
Identify and implement quality assurance techniques
 
Indicator 4.025.004
Employ communication skills (writing, listening, speaking, etc.)
 
Indicator 4.025.005
Participate in team efforts
 
Indicator 4.025.006
Implement projects and new techniques
 
Indicator 4.025.007
Demonstrate basic computer skills
 
Indicator 4.025.008
Employ time management techniques in completing tasks
 
Indicator 4.025.009
Demonstrate ethical behavior and work ethic
 

Benchmark 4.026
Examine Underlying Principles of Technology
 
Indicator 4.026.001
Identify principles of technology an employee should know
 

Benchmark 4.027
Examine Labor Issues: Worker Rights, Labor Unions, etc.
 
Indicator 4.027.001
Identify a variety of labor issues
 

Benchmark 4.028
Describe Community Issues
 
Indicator 4.028.001
Explain the impacts of community issues on business
 
Indicator 4.028.002
Identify methods used by business to become involved in the community
 

Benchmark 4.029
Examine Concepts of Health, Safety & Environmental Issues
 
Indicator 4.029.001
Describe concepts related to health issues
 
Indicator 4.029.002
Describe concepts related to safety issues
 
Indicator 4.029.003
Describe concepts related to environmental issues
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 5
  ADDRESS ELEMENTS OF STUDENT LIFE
 

Benchmark 5.030
Identify the Purposes and Goals of the Student Organization
 
Indicator 5.030.001
Identify the purposes of the student organization
 
Indicator 5.030.002
Identify the goals of the student organization
 

Benchmark 5.031
Explain the Benefits and Responsibilities of Organization Membership
 
Indicator 5.031.001
Explain membership benefits of student and civic organizations
 
Indicator 5.031.002
Explain membership responsibilities of student and civic organizations
 

Benchmark 5.032
Demonstrate Leadership Skills Through Participation in Activities
 
Indicator 5.032.001
Participate in activities: meetings, community-service, competitions
 

Benchmark 5.033
Identify Internet Safety Issues & Comply with Acceptable Use Standards
 
Indicator 5.033.001
Identify Internet safety issues
 
Indicator 5.033.002
Identify procedures for complying with acceptable use standards
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 6
  DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, AND OS REQUIREMENTS
 

Benchmark 6.034
Describe Differences Among Word Processing, Desktop Publishing, etc.
 
Indicator 6.034.001
Provide examples of word processing, desktop publishing, etc.
 
Indicator 6.034.002
Identify appropriate applications to use with various business tasks
 

Benchmark 6.035
Compare OS and Hardware Requirements for Electronic Publishing
 
Indicator 6.035.001
Explain operating system available for student use
 
Indicator 6.035.002
Describe input devices available for student use
 
Indicator 6.035.003
Describe output devices available for student use
 
Indicator 6.035.004
Describe display devices available for student use
 
Indicator 6.035.005
Explain the purpose of graphics and sound cards
 
Indicator 6.035.006
Explain the capabilities and suitability of graphics cards
 
Indicator 6.035.007
Compare Hardware Components Against the Software’s System Requirements
 

Benchmark 6.036
Evaluate Software Programs That May Be Used for Electronic Publication
 
Indicator 6.036.001
Identify programs classified as desktop publishing, presentation, etc.
 
Indicator 6.036.002
Review program strengths and weaknesses
 
Indicator 6.036.003
Compare costs versus program features
 
Indicator 6.036.004
Choose appropriate software to perform certain applications & tasks
 

Benchmark 6.037
Use Technical Manuals, Online Help, etc. to Solve Problems
 
Indicator 6.037.001
Resolve problems using the software manual and quick reference cards
 
Indicator 6.037.002
Resolve problems using the help menu contained within the program
 
Indicator 6.037.003
Resolve problems using online (Web-based) software support
 

Benchmark 6.038
Back up Files, Using the Server, Floppy Disks, CD-RW, or Zip Disk
 
Indicator 6.038.001
Back up files by using appropriate media
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 7
  APPLY PRINCIPLES OF LAYOUT AND DESIGN
 

Benchmark 7.039
Identify Audience, Purpose, Requirements, and Schedule for the Project
 
Indicator 7.039.001
Identify audience, purpose, requirements, and production schedule
 

Benchmark 7.040
Apply Principles of Design, Layout, and Typography
 
Indicator 7.040.001
Use appropriate font, white space, column position, page margins, etc.
 

Benchmark 7.041
Design a Layout for Ease of Readability and Attractiveness
 
Indicator 7.041.001
Prepare a storyboard/mock-up that uses white space, margins, etc.
 

Benchmark 7.042
Enhance the Appearance of a Document Using Desktop Features
 
Indicator 7.042.001
Use graphic boxes, illustrations, lines, clip art, drop caps & bullets
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 8
  PLAN, COMPOSE AND PRODUCE DESKTOP PUBLISHED DOCUMENTS FOR DISTRIBUTION
 

Benchmark 8.043
Compose News Articles and Feature Stories
 
Indicator 8.043.001
Identify the characteristics of a news article
 
Indicator 8.043.002
Identify the characteristics of a feature story.
 
Indicator 8.043.003
Meet journalistic requirements
 

Benchmark 8.044
Gather/Compose Documents & Graphics for Use in Publishing Applications
 
Indicator 8.044.001
Prepare text in exportable format
 
Indicator 8.044.002
Select appropriate graphics or illustrations
 
Indicator 8.044.003
Select appropriate font, font size, font style and effects
 
Indicator 8.044.004
Prepare storyboard/mock-up using prepared text and graphics
 

Benchmark 8.045
Create Master Pages
 
Indicator 8.045.001
Identify the characteristics of a master page
 
Indicator 8.045.002
Create a master page
 

Benchmark 8.046
Produce Style Sheets
 
Indicator 8.046.001
Identify the characteristics of a style sheet
 
Indicator 8.046.002
Create a color palette
 
Indicator 8.046.003
Produce a style sheet
 

Benchmark 8.047
Follow Journalistic Principles in Layout and Design
 
Indicator 8.047.001
Display proficiency with columns, text alignment, headlines & captions
 

Benchmark 8.048
Determine Appropriate Desktop Publishing Software and Other Materials
 
Indicator 8.048.001
Compare program costs versus program features
 
Indicator 8.048.002
Select appropriate desktop publishing software based on criteria
 

Benchmark 8.049
Compose Headlines and Captions
 
Indicator 8.049.001
Identify the characteristics of a headline
 
Indicator 8.049.002
Identify the characteristics of a caption
 
Indicator 8.049.003
Meet journalistic requirements
 

Benchmark 8.050
Proofread and Edit Text for Format, Style, and Clarity Using Symbols
 
Indicator 8.050.001
Correct rough draft copy according to the five Cs of effective writing
 

Benchmark 8.051
Create Multi-Page and Multi-Column Documents
 
Indicator 8.051.001
Create multi-page and multi-column documents by following guidelines
 

Benchmark 8.052
Demonstrate the Use of Keyboard Shortcuts
 
Indicator 8.052.001
Use keyboard shortcuts from drop-down menus
 
Indicator 8.052.002
Identify and use function key combinations that provide shortcuts
 

Benchmark 8.053
Generate a Variety of Specialized Documents
 
Indicator 8.053.001
Create and publish specialized documents
 

Benchmark 8.054
Create a Desktop Publication in a Format for Electronic Distribution
 
Indicator 8.054.001
Create desktop published documents which meet format requirements
 
Indicator 8.054.002
Upload and download files via the FTP communications rules
 

Benchmark 8.055
Incorporate Original/Imported Text, Graphics, Tables, and Charts
 
Indicator 8.055.001
Use the copy/cut & paste method to insert/import text, graphics, etc.
 
Indicator 8.055.002
Drag a file of one type and drop it into a file of another type
 

Benchmark 8.056
Incorporate Audio and/or Visual Elements
 
Indicator 8.056.001
Use a scanner to scan photographs and graphics
 
Indicator 8.056.002
Use a digital camera to take digital photographs
 
Indicator 8.056.003
Save sound as a WAV file, MP3 file, or other appropriate format
 
Indicator 8.056.004
Insert scanned images, digital photographs, and sound files
 
Indicator 8.056.005
Download royalty-free graphics and sound clips from World Wide Web
 
Indicator 8.056.006
Insert downloaded graphics and sound clips
 

Benchmark 8.057
Convert a Document to Electronic Format
 
Indicator 8.057.001
Use Adobe Acrobat to convert a document to PDF format
 
Indicator 8.057.002
Access Adobe.com and convert a document to PDF format online
 

Benchmark 8.058
Critique Project
 
Indicator 8.058.001
Critique the project based on specific guidelines
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 9
  PRODUCE MULTIMEDIA USING AUTHORING SOFTWARE FOR BUSINESS PRESENTATIONS
 

Benchmark 9.059
Identify the Components of an Effective Multimedia Presentation
 
Indicator 9.059.001
Identify the components of an effective multimedia presentation
 

Benchmark 9.060
Describe Various Output Options for Multimedia Software
 
Indicator 9.060.001
Describe the need and use for different presentation outputs
 

Benchmark 9.061
Plan and Create a Multimedia Presentation/Project
 
Indicator 9.061.001
Plan a multimedia presentation by using a storyboard
 
Indicator 9.061.002
Build slides by using the components of effective presentations
 

Benchmark 9.062
Proofread and Edit a Multimedia Presentation/Project
 
Indicator 9.062.001
Check the format, mechanics, and clarity of message
 
Indicator 9.062.002
Analyze the document for effective presentation components
 

Benchmark 9.063
Produce Master Slides, Templates, or Themes
 
Indicator 9.063.001
Identify the characteristics of a master slide and create one
 
Indicator 9.063.002
Identify the characteristics of a template and create one
 

Benchmark 9.064
Draw and Edit Objects Incorporating Fills, Borders, and Lines
 
Indicator 9.064.001
Use the drawing toolbar to create lines, shapes, and special effects
 

Benchmark 9.065
Enhance a Multimedia Presentation with Features
 
Indicator 9.065.001
Use the clip art gallery, line art,or other artwork to insert graphics
 
Indicator 9.065.002
Use the slide sorter view to set slide timings and slide transitions
 
Indicator 9.065.003
Utilize animation techniques
 
Indicator 9.065.004
Alter the color scheme and the background
 

Benchmark 9.066
Incorporate Charts and Graphs Into a Multimedia Presentation/Project
 
Indicator 9.066.001
Copy and paste graphs/charts or use Graph to create graphs/charts
 
Indicator 9.066.002
Embed OLE spreadsheets and charts
 
Indicator 9.066.003
Animate charts
 

Benchmark 9.067
Incorporate Visual Elements Using Scanned Images, Graphics, etc.
 
Indicator 9.067.001
Use a scanner to scan photographs and graphics
 
Indicator 9.067.002
Use a digital camera to take digital photographs
 
Indicator 9.067.003
Insert scanned images, digital photographs, and video clips
 

Benchmark 9.068
Incorporate Digital Audio Elements
 
Indicator 9.068.001
Insert digital audio files
 
Indicator 9.068.002
Insert speech recognition
 

Benchmark 9.069
Incorporate Audio and Visual Elements From the Web
 
Indicator 9.069.001
Download royalty-free graphics and sound files from the Web
 
Indicator 9.069.002
Insert royalty-free graphics and sound files
 
Indicator 9.069.003
Use Web sites for additional clip art, pictures, sounds, etc.
 

Benchmark 9.070
Incorporate Animation Techniques Into a Multimedia Presentation
 
Indicator 9.070.001
Use a variety of animation features
 

Benchmark 9.071
Integrate a Variety of Software Applications Into a Presentation
 
Indicator 9.071.001
Use the multitasking feature
 
Indicator 9.071.002
Use the Cut, Copy, and Paste commands, buttons, or drag-and-drop
 
Indicator 9.071.003
Insert symbols, text box, movies/sound, pictures, and embedded objects
 

Benchmark 9.072
Deliver a Multimedia Presentation
 
Indicator 9.072.001
Deliver a multimedia presentation
 

Benchmark 9.073
Critique the Clarity and Effectiveness of Multimedia Presentations
 
Indicator 9.073.001
Critique in accordance with the components of effective presentations
 
Indicator 9.073.002
Critique in accordance with the principles of effective communications
 

Benchmark 9.074
Create Handouts and Other Visuals
 
Indicator 9.074.001
Create handouts and other visuals using the View pull-down menu
 
Indicator 9.074.002
Print handouts and other visuals using the Print dialogue box
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 10
  DESIGN AND PRODUCE WEB PAGES
 

Benchmark 10.075
Evaluate Various Methods of Web Page Creation; Research Best Practices
 
Indicator 10.075.001
Evaluate the various methods of Web page creation
 
Indicator 10.075.002
Determine which method would be most effective to use
 

Benchmark 10.076
Research and Develop the Architectural Requirements for a Web Site
 
Indicator 10.076.001
Research and organize the architectural requirements for a Web site
 

Benchmark 10.077
Use a Programming Language or Software to Create Web Sites
 
Indicator 10.077.001
Set up a storyboard/mock-up site
 
Indicator 10.077.002
Use a programming language or a web page creation software program
 
Indicator 10.077.003
View pages using a Web browser
 

Benchmark 10.078
Apply Web Page Design Features
 
Indicator 10.078.001
Experiment with a variety of applications in different combinations
 

Benchmark 10.079
Create Hypertext Links to Other Pages or Sites
 
Indicator 10.079.001
Create hyperlinks between pages in the Web site and to external links
 

Benchmark 10.080
Proofread, Edit & Test a Web Site on Multiple Browsers and Platforms
 
Indicator 10.080.001
Proofread and edit to achieve correct format, mechanics, and clarity
 
Indicator 10.080.002
Test the Web site offline by opening Web pages in multiple browsers
 

Benchmark 10.081
Develop a Plan for Posting, Updating & Maintaining a Secure Web Site
 
Indicator 10.081.001
Identify a Web site host
 
Indicator 10.081.002
Decide frequency of updates, content provider, and site maintenance
 
Indicator 10.081.003
Communicate the plan for posting, updating & maintaining the Web site
 

Benchmark 10.082
Describe Various Methods of Publicizing and Promoting a New Web Site
 
Indicator 10.082.001
Describe options for promoting a Web site
 

Benchmark 10.083
Critique a Web Site According to Accepted Web Design Principles
 
Indicator 10.083.001
Analyze the design/technical elements used in professional Web sites
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 11
  EXPLORE LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES
 

Benchmark 11.084
Investigate Computer Crimes and Privacy Issues Related to Internet Use
 
Indicator 11.084.001
Conduct research to identify computer crimes and privacy issues
 

Benchmark 11.085
Identify and Comply With Copyright and Patent Laws
 
Indicator 11.085.001
Identify copyright and patent laws as they pertain to images, etc.
 
Indicator 11.085.002
Discuss the consequences of illegal use of any images, documents, etc.
 
Indicator 11.085.003
Discuss the different methods for obtaining permission to use
 
Indicator 11.085.004
Create and maintain documentation of all copyrighted materials used
 

Benchmark 11.086
Identify Situations Where Use of Items May Be Ethically Questionable
 
Indicator 11.086.001
Examine the differences between legal and ethical questions
 
Indicator 11.086.002
Examine the implications of using elements that have been altered
 

Benchmark 11.087
Identify and Comply With Licensing Agreements
 
Indicator 11.087.001
Develop a checklist using examples of each type of agreement
 

Benchmark 11.088
Investigate Security Issues Related to Technology
 
Indicator 11.088.001
Conduct research to identify threats to computer systems
 
Indicator 11.088.002
Conduct research to identify methods for guarding against threats
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 12
  PREPARE FOR INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION
 

Benchmark 12.089
Describe the Process/Requirements for Obtaining Industry Certification
 
Indicator 12.089.001
List the relevant industry certifications & explain how to obtain them
 

Benchmark 12.090
Identify Testing Skills/Strategies for a Certification Examination
 
Indicator 12.090.001
Conduct an Internet research project about testing skills/strategies
 
Indicator 12.090.002
Review materials from publishers of the certification examination
 
Indicator 12.090.003
Interview certified instructors or industry-certified professionals
 

Benchmark 12.091
Demonstrate Ability to Successfully Complete Practice Examinations
 
Indicator 12.091.001
Obtain and successfully complete practice examinations
 
CTE.DMWT
Standard 13
  DEVELOP EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
 

Benchmark 13.092
Explore Careers in Desktop Publishing, Multimedia, and Web Design
 
Indicator 13.092.001
Research job titles related to desktop/multimedia presentation fields
 
Indicator 13.092.002
Match an individual's abilities and aptitudes with industry standards
 

Benchmark 13.093
Describe Ways That Desktop Publishing, Multimedia, etc. can be Used
 
Indicator 13.093.001
List occupations related to the field
 
Indicator 13.093.002
Explain the benefits of desktop/multimedia presentation tools
 
Indicator 13.093.003
List business scenarios that may benefit from presentation tools
 

Benchmark 13.094
Create or Update a Printed Résumé Using Desktop Publishing Features
 
Indicator 13.094.001
Create or update a résumé using desktop publishing features
 

Benchmark 13.095
Assemble a Professional Portfolio That Includes a Résumé and Projects
 
Indicator 13.095.001
Assemble a professional portfolio
 

Benchmark 13.096
Investigate New & Emerging Trends in Desktop Publishing & Web Design
 
Indicator 13.096.001
Create a report on new and emerging trends in desktop publishing, etc.
 

Benchmark 13.097
Describe Basic Employment Activities
 
Indicator 13.097.001
Complete a manual application form
 
Indicator 13.097.002
Compete an electronic application form
 
Indicator 13.097.003
Identify the steps to follow in resigning from a position
 
Indicator 13.097.004
Describe the purpose of an exit interview
 
Indicator 13.097.005
Evaluate self-performance
 

Benchmark 13.098
Identify Potential Employment Barriers for Nontraditional Groups
 
Indicator 13.098.001
Identify potential employment barriers for nontraditional groups
 
Indicator 13.098.002
Identify ways to overcome potential employment barriers


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