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  • 1. Nelson Business Grades 7–12 2009 www.nelson.com
  • 2. g April 2009! New in Edit ion Law for 20 09! m W All About Co All About EXPLORING THE CANADIA N LEGAL SYSTEM Law Sixth Edition Canada’s bestselling law textbook is back with a new edition, reflecting the latest in the Canadian legal system. • Updated with the most recent Canadian laws and legislation, cases, and important events • Fresh new design including a variety of inviting visuals, stimulating features, and an accessible reading level make this resource manageable for all students • A full multimedia experience, including a DVD Package SIXTH EDITION featuring CBC video clips to bring course concepts and content to life www.nelson.com/aal See pages 2–3 for more details on this new edition!
  • 3. Table of Contents Law Illustrated Series......................................................................................14 New All About Law: Exploring the Canadian Legal System, Management, Canadian Edition ..............................................................14 Sixth Edition ..............................................................................................2 New Perspectives on Computer Concepts .............................................14 All About Law: Exploring the Canadian Legal System, Fifth Edition ....3 New Perspectives Series ........................................................................14 Practical Computer Literacy ....................................................................14 Introduction to Business New Business Technology Today .................................................4 Practical PC, Fifth Edition........................................................................14 New The World of Business, Fifth Edition .....................................5 Principles of Macroeconomics. Fourth Canadian Edition ........................14 Principles of Microeconomics, Fourth Canadian Edition .........................14 Marketing Simply Accounting: Service Business .....................................................14 New Sports and Entertainment Marketing, Third Edition ....................6 Small Business: An Entrepreneur’s Plan, Fifth Canadian Edition.............14 The World of Marketing: A Canadian Perspective ...............................6 South-Western Computer Education Series ...........................................14 Marketing Dynamics .................................................................................6 The Performing Series ............................................................................14 Entrepreneurship Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, Eleventh Edition .......14 Entrepreneurship: Creating a Venture, Second Edition .......................7 Entrepreneurship: Ideas in Action, Third Edition........................................7 Sales Representatives ............................................................................15 New Small Business Management: Launching and How to Order .................................................................Inside Back Cover Growing New Ventures, Fourth Canadian Edition .....................................7 International Business International Business: Canada and Global Trade ..............................8 International Business, Third Edition .........................................................8 Business Communication/Accounting New Essentials of Business Communication, Sixth Canadian Edition ..............................................................................9 Law All About Business Communication: Process & Product, Fifth Canadian Edition ................................................................................9 L SYSTEM Working With Simply Accounting, Version 8.0/9.0 for Windows, EXPLORING THE CANADIAN LEGA First Canadian Edition ...............................................................................9 New Learning Simply Accounting by Stage Premium 2008................9 Information Technology New Discovering Computers 2009 ...................................................10 Performing with Computer Applications, Third Edition............................10 New Computer Concepts BASICS, Fourth Edition ...........................10 Managing ITC Projects in Business ...................................................10 SIXTH EDITION New Shelly Cashman Series .............................................................11 New Applied Computer Keyboarding, Sixth Edition..........................11 Professional Learning Using PowerPoint in the Classroom, Second Edition ..............................12 Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: New Media Pathways to Literacy, Learning, and Creativity ........................................12 Teaching in the Digital Age: Using the Internet to Increase Student Engagement and Understanding, Second Edition ..................................12 Using Microsoft Office to Enhance Student Learning .............................13 Effective Teaching with Internet Technologies, Pedagogy and Practice...........................................................................13 Integrating Literacy and Technology .......................................................13 Additional Titles BASICS Series ........................................................................................14 Century 21, Computer Applications and Keyboarding, Eighth Edition ......14 Computer Concepts, Illustrated Series, Sixth Edition, Enhanced............14 Current Topics in Technology .................................................................14 Economics: Concepts and Choices ........................................................14 Economics, Fifth Edition .........................................................................14 To order Toll Free 1-800-268-2222 1
  • 4. Law Developed for ON Grade 11 Understanding Canadian Law CLU3M W Early Implementa tion All About Law New Offer Save 10 On a minim % um o Exploring the Canadian Legal System of 20 book rder Offer s! Sixth Edition valid September until 30, 2009. ★★Grades 11–12 Authors: Terry Murphy, Kathleen Ryan Elliott, Agi Mete, Jamie Glass The sixth edition of All About Law, Canada’s leading high school law text, has been revised to Law All About EXPLORING THE CANADIAN LEGAL SYSTEM reflect the latest developments in the Canadian legal system! Updated with the most recent Canadian laws and legislation, important cases, and events, your students will receive the most up-to-date legal information with All About Law, Sixth Edition. Complete with a fresh new design, this highly visual text includes inviting visuals, engaging features, and text broken into manageable chunks to be easily accessible for all students. Key Features • Chapter Openers, including What Do You Know? focus questions, Chapter at a Glance and Key Terms • Hundreds of Cases, each featuring case citation, summary, and discussion questions • Issues, featuring information surrounding legal issues and related discussion questions • Review Your Understanding questions appear regularly throughout and guide students in remembering important concepts, terms, and information SIXTH EDITION • The Law provides excerpts from a legal statute along with discussion questions • You Be the Judge feature prompts students’ opinion on a notable quote or scenario/issue Table of Contents • Did You Know? feature provides interesting facts or information to pique students’ interest Unit 1: Introduction to Law 1. Law: Its Purpose and History • Agents of Change profiles individuals or groups who have had an impact on the law in 2. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Canada 3. Human Rights in Canada Unit 2: Criminal Law • Looking Back provides historical perspectives on important aspects of law 4. Criminal Law • Careers feature provides information on legal careers once per unit 5. The Police—Investigation, Arrest, and Bringing the Accused to Trial • Chapter Review includes chapter highlights and end-of-chapter questions and activities 6. Trial Procedures 7. Criminal Code Offences • DVD Package featuring CBC video segments brings course concepts and content to life for 8. Criminal Defences your students! 9. From Sentencing to Release 10. The Youth Criminal Justice System Unit 3: Torts and Dispute Resolution 11. Resolving Civil Disputes 7.4 Other Crimes Possession of Stolen Goods It is This section discusses other Criminal Code offences not covered in the previous deals with possession of stolen goods. a variety of crimes ranging from fi rearms Section 354 of the Criminal Code 12. Negligence and Other Torts an offence for anyone to possess For example, if Sonia buys a stolen stolen property and know that it bicycle from Yolanda, and if Sonia is stolen. knows sections. The six subsections review offences to street racing and terrorism. These have nothing in common except Criminal Code. They are grouped together stolen goods. Anyone found that they are all prohibited by the is stolen, she is guilty of possessing offences are significant because they Unit 4: Family Law that the bicycle guilty of possessing stolen goods worth $5000 or more can be sentenced is treated as an indictable offence. to If the here for convenience only. The following occur frequently and are of general interest: Violent Crime by up to 10 years in prison if the offence Type of Weapon in is a maximum of two years. If the offence • obscenity 13. Marriage, Divorce, and the Family value is less than $5000, the sentence is treated as a summary offence, it is punishable by a fine of up to $2000. • firearms • street racing • terrorism Canada, 2006 Cost of Credit Card 14. Division of Property and Support Fraud, 2005 Fraud is when someone • prostitution • criminal harassment e about deals with fraud. Fraud Section 380 of the Criminal Code Firearms Unit 5: Contract Law fraud, To learn mor for criminal gain. In order to prove by Part deceives another person on purpose cause primarily by the Firearms Act and knew that his or her actions could Firearms in Canada are regulated it must be shown that the accused Act sets out the rules for possessing Law, g complexity of our society, fraud III of the Criminal Code. The Firearms ll About by 15. Elements of a Contract a loss to others. Given the ever-changin a firearm. The Criminal Code identifi es the various weapons regulated A are can take many different forms. possession or misuse of a firearm credit or a loan is a crime. For example, the Firearms Act. Penalties for illegal municipalities Making false statements to obtain and the act. Provinces, territories, and n her salary and Sixth Editio included in both the Code 16. Dispute Resolution it is a crime for Connie to apply assets. She could be charged with for a loan and lie about obtaining credit by false pretences under may have additional laws and regulations that apply. For example, provinces so they may put restrictions on where 59.2% physical force A false pretence implies that someone are responsible for regulating hunting, threat (no weapon) section 361(1) of the Criminal Code. 15.5% firearms that may be used. Appendix A: Canadian Charter of Rights and please visit m/ to he knows is false and that is intended people can hunt and on the size of 2.4% firearm is making a statement that she or Act. This act required all gun owners 6.2% knife In 1995, Parliament passed the Firearms defraud, as in the case with Connie. and registration under the Firearms 126.8% counterfeit cards 3.0% club/blunt instrument Credit is a form of money, and the to be licensed and registered. Licensing Freedoms elson.co 6.3% other weapon Credit card fraud can take many forms. 97.3% fraudulent can sometimes a driver’s licence and the registration of a vehicle. A 7.4% unknown using stolen credit cards applications or use Act can be compared to www.n amount of money that can be spent 26.1% stolen cards from a bank. Section 342 licence shows that the licence holder has met certain safety criteria. can carry away firearms exceed the amount that one thief as the Canadian Firearms Safety Course Appendix B: Citation References In 2006, the vast majority aal He or she has taken a course such 22.5% lost cards offence of credit card fraud. identifies of the Criminal Code describes the 7.3% other to write a cheque if there firearms. A registration certificate of reported violent Code also states that it is a crime and is allowed to possess and use tracking the firearm. crimes did not involve The Criminal if the to provide a means of account to cover it. It is a defence a firearm and links it to its owner a firearm. A firearm is not enough money in the bank Appendix C: Table of Cases person can prove that she or he In 2005, the RCMP believed there were sufficient funds reported $280 million in losses due to when was used against only 2.4 percent of victims. the cheque was written. Physical force and $5000, the offence is considered Glossary credit card fraud. When the value of the fraud exceeds for threatening behaviour maximum 14-year prison term. Fraud indictable. This offence carries a were much more or summary. An indictable offence less than $5000 may be either indictable common, accounting prison term. The penalty for a sum- for three-quarters of is punishable with a maximum two-year all such assaults. mary fraud is a fine of up to $2000. ©2009, Nelson Education Did You Know? Review Your Understanding Vishing or voice phishing Student Resource 9780176354831 $79.95 uses fake caller IDs to convince victims that callers are legitimate. By 1. 2. What elements are necessary What is the legal meaning of to convict someone of theft? the terms “break” and “enter”? 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  • 5. Law Developed for ON Grade 11 CLU3M Ancillary Components Teacher’s Resource Law All About • 3-in-1 format (print, CD-ROM, online) for the ultimate in planning W EXPLORING THE CANADIAN LEGAL SYSTEM flexibility • Includes PowerPoint presentations for each chapter of the student resource • Provides tips and suggestions on differentiating instructions to meet diverse learning needs Teacher’s resource • Includes extensive background information for teacher reference, SIXTH EDITION complete lesson plans, teaching strategies, and assessment tools All About Law Exploring the Canadian Law All About Computerized Test Bank Legal System Fifth Edition Law EXPLORING THE CANADIAN LEGAL SYSTEM All About • Easy-to-use ExamView® software enables teachers to create ★★Grades 11–12 EXPLORING THE CANADIAN LEGAL SYSTEM customized tests and quizzes in minutes Authors: Dwight Gibson, Terry Murphy, Frederick Jarman, compuTerized • Includes more than 800 questions in a variety of formats (multiple Derek Grant assessmenT Bank choice, true/false, short answer, etc.) SIXTH EDITION Built on the success of four • All questions are fully modifiable previous editions, All About Law, SIXTH EDITION • Answer keys provided for every test generated Fifth Edition has been updated to incorporate the latest changes to Canadian legislation and features a new design to enhance student DVD Package Law Law All About All About accessibility. This edition includes • A variety of CBC video segments allow you to bring course updated and new content, EXPLORING THETHE CANADIAN LEGAL SYSTEM EXPLORING CANADIAN LEGAL SYSTEM concepts and content to life, jumpstart classroom discussion, or including the Youth Criminal begin a lesson in a captivating way Justice Act and the Anti-Terrorism Act, and ensures full coverage • All DVD segments are linked directly to content in the All About of all curriculum expectations. Law Student Resource Updated cases will engage • Accompanying Teacher’s Resource includes complete lesson plans your students with current and dVd package for all DVD segments. Includes: relevant topics in the Canadian SIXTH EDITION SIXTH EDITION • Background information legal landscape. • Before, during, and after viewing questions ©2002, Nelson Education • Discussion generators Student Text 9780176201487 $86.95 • An activity related to the topic of the segment Teacher’s Resource Binder 9780176201791 $220.95 Computerized Test Bank (ExamView ®) 9780176201807 $294.95 To order Toll Free 1-800-268-2222 3
  • 6. Introduction to Business Developed for ON Grades 9 and 10 Information and Business Technology Today W Communication Technology in Business BTT1O, BTT2O New ★★Grades 9–10 Authors: Laura Pinto, Janice L. Ellerby, Kara Hiltz Business Technology Today provides an introduction to Information and Communication Technology while also providing the foundation upon which to build your Business Program. Your students will learn the necessary theoretical background to understand ICT, and build upon that theory with practical assignments and application-based exercises designed to develop ICT skills. Business Technology Today also illustrates how ICT is used in a variety of business-related professions and how ICT links to senior level business courses, providing you with an excellent opportunity to get your students interested in business and keep them in Business Studies. Key Features • Includes practical instruction on web design, graphic design, desktop publishing, and multimedia presentations, as well as word processing, spreadsheets, database software, and more • Teacher Support CD includes 25 applications activities as well as PowerPoint presentations for each chapter of the text • DVD Package containing 20 CBC video segments brings course concepts and content to life • Provides support for literacy with Literacy Toolbox features throughout the student text, as well as Word Walls for each chapter Table of Contents 1. Setting the Stage • Investigate IT feature includes case studies encouraging students to investigate ethical issues 2. How ICT Works related to ICT such as biometric security, file sharing, government regulation of the Internet, 3. The Internet—More than just the WWW 4. Applying ICT to Electronic Research and plagiarism 5. Using Your Operating System and Word Processor • Get On IT chapter project allows students to create and update an electronic portfolio 6. Getting Your Point Across 7. You Can Reach Me Anywhere! Using Electronic containing a collection of their work samples from throughout the course Communication Tools 8. Managing Data with Spreadsheet and Database Software DVD Package Segments 9. Applications That Get You Noticed—Graphic Design, Desktop Publishing, Multimedia 1. Paper Clutter Presentations 2. Heavy Burden on Your Shoulders 10. Applications That Get You Noticed—Web Design 3. Waste Not, Want Not: Freecycling 11. Protecting Yourself in Cyberspace 4. Inkjet Cartridges 12. Doing the Right Thing in Cyberspace 5. Wireless Internet: The Next Big Thing 6. Cyber Hate 7. Summer Spelling Bee Camp ©2008, Nelson Education 8. Men and Women in Business Student Textbook 9780176335458 $58.95 9. E-mail alert Teacher’s Resource (Print/CD/Web includes 10. Is that Cell Phone Safe to Use? Teacher Support CD) 9780176335465 $209.95 11. Mining Your Business 1: Gathering Consumer Information DVD Package 9780176343057 $299.95 12. Mining Your Business 2: Loyalty Programs dVd package 13. Design in Our Lives: Business Meets Esthetics 14. E-Commerce 15. Cyber Bullying 16. Canning the Spam 17. Sc@mmed: Phishing 18. Heroes of 2002: Whistleblowers 19. Talking Trademarks 20. Cyber Terror: Computer Crime e about To learn mor Business y Today Technolog t please visi son.com/ www.nel btt 4 www.nelson.com
  • 7. Introduction to Business Developed for ON Grades 9 and 10 The World of Business W Introduction to Business BBI1O, BBI2O New Fifth Edition ★★Grades 9–10 Authors: Jack Wilson, David Notman, Lorie Guest The World of Business, Fifth Edition, brings the business world into the classroom with current, relevant Canadian and international profiles that are meaningful and engaging for students. This text includes units on Business Fundamentals, Functions of a Business, Entrepreneurship, and Finance. Teachers will be able to provide students with a comprehensive introduction to business, while generating interest in senior level business courses. Key Features • Includes a new focus on business ethics and corporate social responsibility, as well as a greater emphasis on production, marketing, accounting, management, and business finance to get your students interested in senior level business subjects • Includes topics relevant to students’ lives, including financial literacy, employment, and employee rights • Teacher Support CD includes PowerPoint presentations for each chapter as well as a Literacy Test Preparations Package • DVD Package containing 29 CBC video segments brings course concepts and content to life • Freshly designed student book includes literacy and numeracy support features, as well as differentiated instruction and assessment ideas to support student success Fifth Edition Table of Contents ©2007, Nelson Education Business Fundamentals Functions of a Business Entrepreneurship Finance Student Textbook 9780176337513 $73.95 1. Economic Basics 5. Production 10. Characteristics 12. Income Management Teacher Resource 2. Types of Businesses 6. Human Resources and Skills of an 13. Banking (Print/CD/Web includes Teacher Support CD) 9780176337520 $209.95 3. Business Ethics and 7. Management Entrepreneur 14. Savings and Investing DVD Package 9780176338077 $314.95 Social Responsibility 8. Marketing 11. Invention and 15. Credit Computerized Test Bank 9780176337537 $209.95 4. International Business 9. Accounting Innovation Workbook 9780176337544 $13.95 Workbook Answer Key 9780176337551 $52.95 Fourth Edition DVD Package Segments ©2001, Nelson Education 1. Remote Control: Advertising 16. Rethinking the Advertising Student Text 9780176201401 $91.95 in Crisis Game Teacher Resource 9780176201418 $162.95 2. Igniting the Buzz: Mukluks 17. Igniting the Buzz: I-Buzz Student Workbook 9780176201425 $24.95 3. Life in the Fast Food Lane 18. Worm Boy (Part 1) Computerized Test Bank dVd package 4. Trouble in Toyland 19. Worm Boy (Part 2) (ExamView ®) 9780176201609 $299.95 5. Raging Bull 20. Siska Traditions 6. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars 21. The Treasure Hunter and the 7. Under the Radar Mountain Man 8. Ben and Jerry’s: A Frozen 22. Christina Yu Empire 23. The Next Level 9. Handmaster Plus: Made in 24. Second Life China 25. Pump Prices 10. The Iceland Experiment 26. Wesley Weber 11. Waterslides: Making a 27. Canadian Emeralds Splash 28. Card Tricks 12. Unions Battle Wal-Mart 29. Credit Scores Effect 13. Offshoring “High Anxiety” e about To learn mor 14. The Hostile Skies of The World 15. How Bad is Your Boss? Bu siness, please visit m/ son.co www.nel WOB To order Toll Free 1-800-268-2222 5
  • 8. Marketing Supports ON Grade 11 BMI3C, B.C. Grade 11 Marketing Concepts and B.C. Grade 12 Global Marketing New Editio W n Sports and The World of Marketing Dynamics Entertainment Marketing ★★Grades 11–12 Marketing A Canadian Perspective The text is written in a lively manner and Third Edition ★★Grades 11–12 illustrated throughout with engaging Authors: David Notman, Jack Wilson photographs and informative charts and ★★Grades 10–12 diagrams. Vivid explanations and classic Authors: Ken Kaser, Dottie Oelkers The only Canadian marketing text written examples help students learn the fundamental specifically for high school students! This concepts of marketing—identifying customers Sports and Entertainment Marketing takes resource covers integral content strands such and markets, developing products and your students on a step-by-step journey as the Marketing Process, the Marketing promotions, satisfying customers, and through the world of marketing. Students Mix, Trends in Marketing, and Marketing maintaining customer relationships. encounter and learn about the key functions Opportunities. of marketing and how those functions are applied to sports and entertainment. Brief Table of Contents Table of Contents 1. Marketing Dynamics—What is Marketing? 1. What is Marketing? 2. Dynamics of the Economy—How Does a Market Key Features 2. The Consumer Economy Work? 3. The Competitive Market 3. Marketplace Dynamics—Who is Your Customer? • Uses sports and entertainment topics as 4. Marketing Research 4. Product Dynamics—What Should You Sell? the foundation for teaching marketing 5. Product Development 5. Place Dynamics—How Do Products Get to concepts 6. Positioning and Branding Customers? 7. Pricing 6. Price Dynamics—What Price Should You Charge? • Brings the links between the sports and 8. Distribution and Logistics 7. Promotion Dynamics—How Do You Communicate with Customers? entertainment industries and marketing 9. Advertising, Promotion, and Sales 8. Selling Dynamics—How Can You Sell Products into clear focus Effectively? ©2002, Nelson Education 9. Professional Development—How Can You Plan for Student Text 9780176259464 $82.95 Success? Table of Contents Teacher’s Resource 9780176259471 $147.95 1. What is Sports and Entertainment Marketing? Student Workbook 9780176259488 $24.95 ©2006, Goodheart-Willcox 2. Sports and Entertainment Means Business Computerized Test Bank (ExamView ®) 9780176259495 $294.95 Textbook 9781590705865 $77.95 3. The Wide World of Sports and Entertainment Teacher’s Wraparound 4. Hit a Home Run with Customers Edition 9781590705872 $105.95 5. Marketing-Information Management Workbook 9781590705889 $14.95 6. The Marketing Game Plan Teacher’s Resource Guide 9781590705896 $79.95 7. The Product is Sports and Entertainment Teacher’s Resource 8. Choose the Channel Portfolio 9781590705902 $175.95 9. The Economics of Supply and Demand Teacher’s Resource CD 9781590705919 $257.95 10. Sports and Entertainment Promotion Teacher’s Annotated 11. Promotional Planning Workbook 9781590706275 $36.95 12. Selling Sports and Entertainment 13. Sports and Entertainment Legal Issues 14. Creating, Owning, and Operating a Business 15. Scoring a Career ©2007, CENGAGE Learning Student Text 9780538445153 $50.30 6 www.nelson.com
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