Sports and Entertainment Marketing Syllabus
Mrs. Carpenter Room 1632
Conference Period: 5th Period 11:24-1:19
Welcome to Sports and Entertainment Marketing — This course will provide students with a thorough understanding of the marketing concepts and theories that apply to sports, sporting events and entertainment. The areas this course will cover include basic marketing, target marketing and segmentation, sponsorship, event marketing, promotions, sponsorship proposals, and implementation of sports and entertainment marketing plans. This course will also provide students an opportunity to develop promotional plans, sponsorship proposals, endorsement contracts, sports and entertainment marketing plans and evaluation and management techniques.
When you enter this room, you are no longer a student without a mission or goal. You are a student that intends to learn as much as possible because you realize that you are in charge of your future.
The Sports and Entertainment Marketing grade will be based on two parts—50% major grades and 50% daily grades.
The daily grades consist of daily assignments, projects lasting one classroom period and pop quizzes.
The major grades will consist of tests and major projects. A rubric will be given out for all major projects.
Students are responsible for honesty and independent effort. Failure to uphold these standards includes, but is not limited to, the following: plagiarizing written work or projects, cheating on exams or assignments, and/or collusion on an exam or project.
Attendance is very important. Poor attendance usually results in poor or failing grades. If you are absent, see me upon your return for any assignment(s)/test(s) missed.
Late Work if Due to an Absence: Students shall be expected to make up assignments and tests after absences within according to HISD policies.
All class resources are classroom sets. Therefore, it is very important to follow the above instructions in the event of any absence from this class.
Phone(s), Chromebook(s), and all other Electronic Device(s) Policy: We are very fortunate to have a computer lab setting for our classroom. All of the electronics that students will need to be successful in this class are already provided. Therefore, all phone(s), Chromebook(s), and all other electronic device(s) must be put away, unless instructed by the teacher.
Ear Buds Policy: Unless instructed by the teacher, all earbuds must be put away.
On test days all students need to put their electronic devices in the “cubby” (a clear shoe holder at the front of the room), until the last test has been turned into the teacher. Once the last test has been turned in, the students are welcome to get their electronics back from the “cubby” area.
Consequences for not following the above Phone(s), Chromebook(s), and all other Electronic Device(s) Policy:
If the student chooses to not follow Phone(s), Chromebook(s), and all other Electronic Device(s) Policy, each instance will be notated in the following manner:
Be careful – This counts for the whole six-weeks and may occur multiple times!
Note: If a student goes through all four occurrences in one day or before the end of the six-weeks the whole process starts all over again. Therefore, if a student does not comply with the school, classroom rules and policies they may be written-up multiple times in a grading Six Week Period. Please follow the Phone(s), Chromebook(s), and all other Electronic Device(s) Policy in order to assure this does not happen. Thank you!
ü Treat one another how you would like to be treated.
ü Be your best and do your best!
ü Failure is not an option!
ü Stay alert and productive at all times.
ü No eating or drinking inside of the classroom
Follow – Positive Behavior Intervention Support Standards of Huntsville High School
Parents we will go over this thoroughly in class. We will support positive behavior using our school Matrix. In the event there is a minor infraction in the classroom such as, but not limited to: Loud/Disruptive/Excessive noise, Dress code (that can be fixed), throwing object, running/horseplaying, not prepared, consuming food/drink outside of the commons, failure to comply with directive(s), sleeping, minor dishonesty, disrespect, private conversation, refusal to participate, talking/disruption, minor cheating (daily grade), there will be a notation made and a intervention given for each occurrence. Upon the 4th Minor Infraction and Office Discipline Referral will be written. Hopefully, all students will succeed in in controlling their actions and it will not go to stage four.
I have read and understand the Sports and Entertainment Marketing Syllabus.
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