THINKING
SKILLS: INTEGRATING LIBRARY RESOURCES WITH
CONTENT AREA OBJECTIVES
Keeley Library November 27, 2000 

Retailing I 
NUMBER 
OBJECTIVES 
Keeley Library Resources : Click on the Internet Links in the First Column on the Left  

5.1

CONTENT: Mathematical
Foundations for All Computational Skills and Concepts
Students apply basic mathematical operations to solve problems Students compute math problems using the four basic math functions, on whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. PERFORMANCE: Multiple Choice, Matching, Fillinthe Blanks Students demonstrate ability to use realistic business problems to show how math is used in different job settings. End Product: Students use basic math operations to solve problems 

5.2

CONTENT: Number
relationships and operations
Solve problems involving whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. solve problems that involve percents. Students compute math problems using the four basic math functions, on whole numbers, decimals, and fractions PERFORMANCE: Multiple Choice, Matching, Fillinthe Blanks Students will develop the ability to determine earnings based on different types of payment. They will show an understanding about several deductions that may affect the amount of a paycheck. End Product: Computation Worksheet 
reading tables, etc.:(doc lit) 
5.5

CONTENT: Statistics
and Probability
Students analyze and interpret data using common statistical procedures. Construct, read, and interpret tables, charts and graphs. Students make inferences about data from tables, charts, and graphs. PERFORMANCE: Construction of individual graphs, charts, and tables. Students demonstrate the importance of keeping an accurate record of expenditures.Complete graphs on computers using information from tables and charts. End Product: Students Complete Graphs Added to Portfolio 

5.6  CONTENT:Problem
Solving ApplicationsUse
mathematical procedures to analyze and solve business problems for such
areas as taxation, savings and investment, payroll records , cash management,
financial statements, credit management, purchases, sales, inventory records,
depreciation, cost recovery, depletion..
PERFORMANCE: Multiple Choice, Matching, Fillinthe Blank: Students will demonstrate the understanding that the main purpose of life insurance is to provide income for dependents.. End Product: Completion of Payroll Earning Statements. 