Friday, December 7

 

Essential Question:
Why should you use MS Access to create a database?
Key Questions:
What is a query? How do you run a query? How do you enter criteria? What is a wild card? How do you create a parameter query? What is compound criteria and how do you use it? What are comparison operators? How do you sort data in a query? How do you create a calculated field? What is a database? What is a table? What is a form? What is a report? What is query? How do you filter? How do you create a calculated field in a query?
Activating Strategy:
Review queries, reports, and forms.
Instructional Strategies and Student Activity:
  • Continue Daily Journal
  • Continue Daily Vocabulary; define terms 181-185
  • If needed, students will finish Access Problem 3 from handout
  • Students will follow along with instructor through Access Problem 4
  • Time permitting, students will complete Access Problems 5 & 6
  • Follow printing instructions on handout
  • Turn in printed work
Summarizing Strategy:

TOD: How do you print a form? What is the purpose of using the "Zoom" function in a query?

Assessment:
Observation
Resources:
Access handouts;
GPS:
BCS-CA1-1,2,5,7,10

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