Friday, September 7


Essential Question:
Why should you use Excel to create a spreadsheet?
Key Questions:
What is spreadsheet? What is a cell? What is row? What is a column? What is the formula bar? What is an embedded chart?
Activating Strategy:
Fact of the day: Each spreadsheet in an Excel file contains 256 columns and 65,536 rows. How many cells does this equal?
Instructional Strategies and Student Activity:
  • Continue Daily Journal
  • Continue Daily Vocabulary; define terms 46-50
  • Complete
    • In the Lab 1 - page 74-75 (Konas Expresso Coffee Annual Cost of Goods)
    • In the Lab 2 - page 75-77 (Scissors Office Supply Annual Sales)
    • Due Tuesday, September 11 at the end of class
  • Print each spreadsheet following the printing procedures
  • Make sure you print correctly; it is part of your grade!
  • Print spreadsheets, staple, and turn in
Summarizing Strategy:


3 - List 3 reasons why you would use excel.
2 - List 2 ways to enter formulas in a cell.
1 - List 1 type of chart you can create in Excel.

MS Excel; Office textbook

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