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Senior Exam Week
Prepare for 2nd Semester Exam Chapters 7-12

Objective: Prepare for 2nd Semester Exam Chapters 7-12

Essential Question: Why is it important for you to complete the accounting study sheet in prep for your exam?

Monday: Complete Chapter 13 Work
Tuesday-Friday: Exam Study Guide
Exam: Seniors, Thursday, May 29
Exam: Underclassmen, Wednesday, June 4
Chapter 12 Payroll
Chapter 12 Preparing Payroll Records p338

Standard: Payroll Records

Objectives: The student will be able to:
  • Define accounting terms and identify accounting concepts and practices related to payroll records.
  • Complete a payroll time card.
  • Calculate payroll taxes.
  • Prepare payroll check.
  • Complete a payroll register and employee earnings records.
Essential Questions:
Can you complete a payroll time card, payroll register and earnings record? Can you calculate payrolll taxes and prepare payroll checks?

Day 1-Vocabulary and questions

Day 2-6-Problems 12.1-12.4

Day 7-Go over Problems 12.1-4 for Accuracy

Day 8-10- Problems 12.5-12.7

Day 11-13- Review Chapter 12

Day 14-Quiz

Day 15-Test
Final Exam Review
Prepare for 2nd Semester Exam Chapters 7-12

Objective: Prepare for 2nd Semester Exam Chapters 7-12

Essential Question: Why is it important for you to complete the accounting study sheet in prep for your exam?

Complete Review
Exam Study Guide
Exam: Seniors
Exam: Underclassmen
Accounting 1 Chapter 10 and 11
Accounting 1 Chapter 11 Posting edit delete
(Displays 4/26/2015)
Chapter 11 Posting to General and Subsidiary Ledgers

Standard: Posting to Ledgers


Objectives:
  • Define accounting terms and identify accounting practices related to posting to ledgers.
  • Post separate items from purchases, cash payments, and general journal to an accounts payable ledger.
  • Post separate items from a sales, cash receipts, and general journal to an accounts receivable ledger.
  • Post separate items from a cash payments and general journal to a general ledger.
  • Post special journal column total to a general ledger.
  • Journalize and post correcting entries affecting customer accounts.
Essential Question:
Can you post separately and totally from purchases, cash payments, general journals to general ledger, A/R Ledger, and A/P Ledger? Tell the steps in posting to a subsidiary ledger account.

Day 1
Define terms and answer questions.
Day 2-10
Problems 1-7
Go over all problems for accuracy.
Assessments:
Formative Part A
Summative
Part B
Accounting 1 Chapter 11 edit delete
(Displays 4/19/2015)
Chapter 11 Posting to General and Subsidiary Ledgers

Standard: Posting to Ledgers

Objectives:Define accounting terms and identify accounting practices related to posting to ledgers.
Post separate items from purchases, cash payments, and general journal to an accounts payable ledger.
Post separate items from a sales, cash receipts, and general journal to an accounts receivable ledger.
Post separate items from a cash payments and general journal to a general ledger.
Post special journal column total to a general ledger.
Journalize and post correcting entries affecting customer accounts.Essential Question:
Can you post separately and totally from purchases, cash payments, general journals to general ledger, A/R Ledger, and A/P Ledger? Name the steps in posting.

Day 1
Define terms and answer questions.
Day 2-10
Problems 1-7
Day 11
Automate 11.5 and 11.7 (Very involved and lengthy problem)
Go over all problems for accuracy.
Assessments:
Quiz and test
Accounting 1 Chapter 10 Journalizing Sales and Cash Receipts edit delete
(Displays 3/30/2015)
Accounting 1 Chapter 10 Journalizing Sales and Cash Receipts edit delete
(Displays 3/8/2015)
Accounting Chapter 10 Journalizing Sales and Cash Receipts

Standards: Journalizing Purchases and Cash Payments for a Merchandising Business

Objectives:
  • Define Accounting terms and identify concepts and practices related to a merchandising business
  • Identify accounting concepts and practices related to sales and cash receipts for a merchandising business.
  • Journalize sales on account using a sales journal.
  • Journalize cash receipts using a cash receipts journal.
  • Record sales returns and allowances using a general journal.
Bellringer: WFTD #13 & 14

Essential Question:
Name the special journals used to journalize sales transactions for a merchandising business.

Activities:

Day 1
Vocabulary and questions 10.1, 2, 3
Day 2

Continue Applicaiton problems
Writing Assignment What is diversity and why is it important in the business world? At least 3 paragraphs.

Day 3
Go over application problems completed.

Day 4
Workbook 10.4 and 10.5

Day 5
Go over remaining chapter problems

Day 6 and 7
Go over challenge problem 7 in groups
and then corporately.

Day 8
Review Theory and do extra problem

Day 9
Complete review.

Day 10
Part A Chapter 10

Day 11
Review Chapter 10 and start Chapter 11.

Day 12
Test Chapter 10

Day 13
Chapter 11 Vocabulary, Questions

Start Chapter 11 when you have completed Chapter 10.
Accounting 1 Chapter 12 Payroll
Chapter 12 Preparing Payroll Records p338

Standard: Payroll Records

Objectives: The student will be able to:
  • Define accounting terms and identify accounting concepts and practices related to payroll records.
  • Complete a payroll time card.
  • Calculate payroll taxes.
  • Prepare payroll check.
  • Complete a payroll register and employee earnings records.
Essential Questions:
Can you complete a payroll time card, payroll register and earnings record? Can you calculate payrolll taxes and prepare payroll checks?

Day 1-Vocabulary and questions

Day 2-6-Problems 12.1-12.4

Day 7-Go over Problems 12.1-4 for Accuracy

Day 8-10- Problems 12.5-12.7

Day 11-13- Review Chapter 12

Day 14-Quiz

Day 15-Test
Accounting 1 Chapter 9 Purchases and Cash Payments
Chapter 9 Journalizing Purchases and Cash Payments

Standards: Journalizing Purchases and Cash Payments for a Merchandising Business

Objectives:
  • Define Accounting terms and identify concepts and practices related to a merchandising business
  • Identify accounting concepts and practices related to purchases and cash payments for a merchandising business.
  • Journalize purchases of merchandise usisng a purchases journal.
  • Journalize cash payments and cash discounts using a cash payments journal.
  • Prepare a petty cash report and journalize the reimbursement of the petty cash fund.
  • Total, prove and rule a cash payments journal and start a new cash payments jouirnal.
  • Journalize purchases returns and allowances and other transactions using a general journal.
Bellringer: WFTD #11 and 12

Essential Question:
Name the special journals that we are using to journalize transactions for a merchandising business.

Activities:

Day 1
Discuss the chapter. Continue discussion on day 2, if necessary.
Vocabulary and questions
Workbook Problems 9.1-9.7

Day 2
Continue Workbook Problems

Day 3
Go over Problems completed for accuracy

Day 4
Workbook 9.6 and 9.7

Day 5
Go over remaining chapter problems

Day 6 (complete when time permits)
Automate 9.2 and 9.6

Day 7
Review Theory and do extra problem

Day 8
Quiz Chapter 9

Day 9
Test Chapter 9

Day 10
Reinforcement Part B page 228
Start Chapter 10 when complete Reinforcement
Accounting 1 Chapter 8 Adjusting and Closing Entries
Chapter 8 Recording Adjusting and Closing Entries for a Service Business

Standards: Recording Adjusting and Closing Entries

Objectives:
  • Define Accounting terms and identify concepts and practices related to adjusting and closng entries for a service business organized as a proprietorship.
  • Record adjusting entries for a service business organized as a proprietorship..
  • Record closing entries for a service business organized as a proprietorship.
  • Prepare a post-closing trial balance for a service business organized as a proprietorship.
Bellringer: WFTD #9 Quiz; WFTD #10

Essential Question:
Name the steps you would use to record adjusting and closing entries for a service business organized as a proprietorship. Name the steps you would use to prepare a post-closing trial balance for a service business organized as a proprietorship.

Activities:

Day 1
Vocabulary and questions
8.1-8.3

Day 2
Continue 8.1 and 8.3

Day 3
Go over problems completed.

Day 4
Workbook 8.4 and 8.5

Day 5
Go over 8.4 and 8.5

Day 6
Automate 8.4 and 8.5

Day 7
Complete Auto 8.4 and 8.5

Day 8
Go over problems 8.4 and 8.5
Review the Chapter by completing the Study Guide
Review the Theory Review
Review Recycle and Extra Problem

Day 9
Quiz Chapter 8

Day 10
Test Chapter 8

Day 11
Reinforcement Problem
Accounting 1 Chapter 7 Financial Statements
Chapter 7 Financial Statements for a Merchandising Business

Standards: Financial Statements

Objectives:
  • Define Accounting terms and identify concepts and practices for a merchandising business organized as a proprietorship.
  • Prepare an income statement for a merchandising business and an income statement using conponent percentages.
  • Prepare a balance sheet for a merchandising business organized as a proprietorship.
Bellringer: WFTD #8

Essential Question:
Name the steps to prepare an income statement and analyze the income statement using component percentages? List steps to prepare a balance sheet?

Activities:

Day 1
Vocabulary and questions
7.1-7.4

Day 2
Continue Problems

Day 3
Go over completed.problems

Day 4
Resume Chapter 7

Day 5
Go over problems in Chapter 7

Day 6
Be sure all problems are complete for Chapter 7.

Day 7
Review Chapter 7 in prep for quiz and test.

Day 8
Complete going over Study Guide
Go over the review handout for theory and problem

Day 9
Quiz Chapter 7

Day 10

Test Chapter 7
Accounting Exam and Reinforcement 1
Prepare for First Semester Exam

Objective: Prepare for 1st Semester Exam Chapters 1-6
Essential Question: Have you complete the accounting study sheet in prep for your exam?

Standard: C1-10; D1-5

Monday: Complete Exam Review
Tuesday Exam Study Guide
Exam: 2nd Period, Wednesday
Thursday: Chapter 7
Friday: Chapter 7
Accounting 1 Chapter 6 Worksheet
Accounting I

Chapter 6 Worksheet for a Service Business p150-177

Standards: C10; E1-6


Objectives: The student will:
  • Define accounting terms and identify concepts and practices related to a worksheet for a service business organized as a proprietorship.
  • Prepare an eight column worksheet with adjustments for a service business organized as a proprietorship.
  • Identify procedures for finding and correcting errors in accounting records.
Essential Question:
Can you name the steps to prepare an eight column worksheet with adjustments and compute the net income or net loss on the worksheet? What are the purposes of the worksheet?

Activities:
Complete all Problems. 6.1-6.6
Complete Character Counts p153.
Complete the Study Guide
Complete the Theory Review provided by the teacher.

Group activity Computer Review.

Day1
Complete Vocabulary and Questions

Day 2
Teacher intro of new chapter material.

Day 3
Teacher completes intro.
Students begin completing problems.

Day 4
Group goes over 6.1-6.3

Day 5 (
Continue problems.

Day 6
Continue work on problems.

Day 7
Go over for Accuracy

Day 8
Computer Review and Study Guide

Day 9
Theory Review

Day 10 (
Quiz Cha 6

Day 11
Test
Accounting 1 Chapter 5 Banking
Accounting I

Chapter 5 Cash Control Systems

Standards: A8; B1-2; D 5, 8,11, 12, 17, 18; F1-6
Objectives: The student will
  • Define terms and identify concepts and practices related to using a checking account.
  • Prepare business papers related to using a checking account.
  • Reconcile a bank statement.
  • Journalize dishonored checks and EFT transactions.
  • Establish and replenish petty cash.
Essential questions:
Define terms and identify concepts and practices related to using a checking account?
Name the steps to reconcile a bank statement?
What is written first the stub or check? Why?
Name the 3 kinds of endorsements?
Journalize dishonored checks and EFT transactions?
What are the journal entries to establish and replenish petty cash?

Daily Bellringer: Complete the Word for the Day #7
Test on Bellringer 6 on Wednesday.

Activities:

Complete the ethics problem on page 118.

As a group complete the online review.
complete the Study Guide and Theory Review.

Assessment:
Complete all workbook problems.
Ethics

Formal Assessments:
Quiz 5A
Test 5B
Reinforcement Activity 1
Can you journalize the steps to establish and replenish petty cash?

Daily Bellringer: Complete the Word for the Day #6
Test on Bellringer #5
Test on Bellringer #6

Activities:

Complete the ethics problem on page 118.

Complete the Reinforcement Activity 1 in your workbook.

Assessment:
Reinforcement 1
Ethics

Accounting 1 Chapter 4 Posting
Chapter 4 Posting to a General Ledger

Standards: A6; B1-2; B1-8; F1-6

Objective: The students will:
  • Define accounting terms related to posting from a journal to a general ledger.
  • Identify accounting concepts and practices related to posting from a journal to a general ledger.
  • Prepare a chart of accounts for a service business organized ads a proprietorship.
  • Post separate amounts from a journal to a general ledger.
  • Post column totals from a journal to a general ledger.
  • Analyze and journalize correcting entries.
Bellringer: WFTD#4

Essential Questions:
Can you post (transfer) financial information from the journal to the ledger?
Can you open an account in the general ledger?
Can you produce a chart of accounts and assign accounts numbers? Do you know what each digit in the account number signifies?
What do check marks mean in the account title and post ref? and under column totals?
If an incorrect journal entry is journalized and posted, advise what must be done to correct the entry?

Activities:

Day 1
Teacher discuss/explains new Chapter 4.
Vocabulary, questions

Day 2
Application problems 4.1-4.6

Day 3
Go over problems

Day 4
Theory Review

Day 5 Extra Problem Practice

Day 6 Ethics

Day 7
Go over Ethics
Go over Study Guide
Review Theory and Problem

Day 8
Pretest Chapter 4
Day 9
Chapter 5 Vocabulary/Questions

Day 10
Test Chapter 4


Assessments:
Test Chapter 4
WFTD#3 and 4
Ethics Problem in Textbook Character Counts p90
Accounting 1 Chapter 3
Chapter 3 Journalizing Transactions p54-87
Standards: A8; B1-3, 5, 8; F1-5
Objectives: The student will:
  • Define accounting terms and identify accounting concepts related to journalizing transactions.
  • Record transactions in a five-column journal
  • Prove and rule a five-column journal
Bellringer: WFTD#3

Activities:
Ethics Counts p56 Use matrix.
Complete Vocabulary and questions
Complete all Application Problems 3.1-3.7
Complete Review Online Activities

Essential Questions:
Name the steps needed to record transactions in a 5-column journal?
Assessments:
Automated Accounting
Completion of Application Problems
WFTD#2
Theory and Problem Quiz
Theory and Problem Test

Day 1
Teacher discussion of Chapter 3.

Day 2
Complete vocabulary and questions
Application Problems

Day 3
Application Problems

Day 4
Application Problems

Day 5
Go over Application Problems

Day 6
Complete Applications

Day 7
Review Theory and Problem Chapter 3 and Pretest Chapter 4

Day 8
Review Theory and Problem Chapter 3

Day 9
Review Theory and Problem Chapter 3

Day 10
Vocabulary and Questions Chapter 4
Problems Chapter 4

Day 11
Quiz Chapter 3

Day 12
Problems Chapter 4

Day 13
Test Chapter 3
Accounting 1 Chapter 2 Analyzing Transactions into Debit and Credit Parts
Dress in Business Attire on Tuesday, September 15 to earn extra credit.


Chapter 2 Starting a Proprietorship: Changes that Affect the Accounting Equation
Standards: D 1, 2, 3, 5

Date: Week 4-5


Objectives: After studying Chapter 2, you will be able to:
  1. Define accounting terms and identify accounting practices related to analyzing transactions into dr and cr parts.
  2. Identify accounting concepts and practices related to analyzing transactions into dr and cr parts.
  3. Analyze how transactions to setup a business affect accounts.
  4. Analyze how transactions affect owner's equity.
Activities:
Daily Bellringer: Key the words for the day with their definition. Remember that you will be given a test on your bell ringer words after we have 20 words/definitions. A matching test on 10 definitions with a 20 word bank from which to choose your best answer.


Day 1
Teacher led discussion of the chapter. Informal questions to check understanding throughout the chapter discussion.

Day 2
Teacher led chapter discussion. Students begin working on vocabulary and questions.

Day 3
Student completes vocabulary and quesitons.

Day 4
Student with teacher goes over vocab and questions.
Start applications problem 1, 2 and complete at home.

Day 5
Student and teacher go over Application Problem 1 for accuracy.
Student completes Application problems 3-6

Essential Chapter Questions:
What graphic organizer is used to analyze transactions?

Assessment: Dates will be announced in advance.
Bellringer quiz end of two weeks on 10 words.
Daily informal questions and discussions to check understanding.
Quiz: Theory and Problem
Test: Theory and Problem
Homework check randomly 10 times during the 9 Weeks.
Accounting Chapter 1
Dress in Business Attire on Tuesday, September 15, opportunity to earn extra credit.
►Bring your flash drive on Monday, August 24. Must be left in the classroom.
►Makeup/Tutoring on Tuesday each week, Room B112, 3:30-4:30.

Chapter 1 Starting a Proprietorship: Changes that Affect the Accounting Equation
Standards: D 1, 2, 3, 5

Date: Week #2-4


Objectives: After studying Chapter 1, you will be able to:
  1. Define accounting terms and identify accounting practices related to starting a business organized as a proprietorship and to changes that affect the accounting equation.
  2. Identify accounting concepts and practices related to starting a service business organized as a proprietorship and to changes that affect the accounting equation.
  3. Classify accounts as assets, liabilities, or owner's equity and demonstrate their relationships in the accounting equation.
  4. Analyze how transactions affect accounts in an accounting equation.
Activities:
Daily Bellringer: Key the words for the day with their definition. Remember that you will be given a test on your bell ringer words after we have 20 words/definitions. A matching test on 10 definitions with a 20 word bank from which to choose your best answer.


Day 1
Go over Chapter 1 as a class.

Assign: Vocabulary, questions, Problem 1.2, 1.3

Day 2
Go over Problems 1..2 and 1.3
Assign 1.4, 1.5
Review: Concepts

Day 3
Go over 1.4, 1.5
Assign Study Guide and Recycle

Check to make sure students understand theory and problems.

Day 4
Theory Review Handout
Go over Theory Review with students.


Day 5
Completed going over Theory Review.

Day 6
Complete Recycle Problem Chapter 1
Review Theory

Day 7
Informal questioning
Go over Recycle

Day 8
Chapter 1 Quiz

Day 9
Chapter 1 Test



Essential Chapter Questions:
Explain the concept of a sole proprietorship business ownership?
Explain how the accounting equation is changed by daily business transactions?
Classify accounts as an asset, liability, or owner's equity and demonstrate the effect of the transaction in the accounting equation?


Assessment: Dates will be announced in advance.
Bellringer quiz end of two weeks on 10 words.
Daily informal questions and discussions to check understanding.
Quiz: Theory and Problem
Test: Theory and Problem
Homework check randomly 10 times during the 9 Weeks.
Week #1
Accounting 1, Essential Communications, Professional Leadership
Date: Week #1

Standards: Safety and Ethics, Employability Skills, Student Organizations
Objectives: Day 1
The student will complete, examine, these forms:
Personal Information
Daily Expectations (Must be returned with signatures)
Flash Drive Policy
Makeup Policy
Class Requirements and Procedures

Objectives: Day 2
The student will turn in the signed expectation form.
Review the opening day class handouts.
View a presentation on Business Attire and examine the benefits of the business attire extra credit opportunity.

Objectives: Day 3 (08.17.11)
The student will create office safety notes based on teacher-led presentation.
Take home student created safety notes to study for test on Wednesday, August 24.

Objectives: Day 4
The student will review office safety using class discussion with teacher-made Prezi.

Objectives: Day 5
Formal Summary Assessment on Safety.
The student will view a presentation on the benefits and opportunities for students when joining FBLA.
Review daily expectations, makeup policy, business attire, extra credit opportunity and course requirements and procedures.

Activities:
Complete with teacher: Information sheet, daily expectations, flash drive policy, makeup policy, course requirements and procedures.
Presentation and discussion on business attire, office safety, and FBLA.

Assessment:
Informal assessment: Review daily topics daily expectations, makeup policy course requirements and procedures.
Formal Assessment on Safety

Assignments:
Return Daily Expectations with signatures.
Study for formal test on Safety
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