Class Schedule - First Semester 2018/2019

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Class Schedule - First Semester 2018/2019

First Semester 2018/2019

Period #3: 10:12 - 12:12 (Including J-Lib & Lunch)

 

Second Semester 2019

Period #3: 10:12 - 12:12 (Including J-Lib & Lunch)

 

 

 

 Accounting I

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Accounting I

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Accounting I is designed to provide students with skills in handling basic financial matters related to a service organized as a proprietorship and a merchandising business organized as a partnership. This course also provided the opportunity for students to transfer these skills when handling their own personal financial affairs. This course provides a beginning level vocational skill in both manual and automated accounting. This course is part of the sequential program that is designed to provide students with a planned learning experience that will enable the students to become effective and responsible contributors in the decision making process of the economic community in which they live. Accounting I develops an understanding of double entry accounting and provided college bound students with the phases of the accounting cycle for a proprietorship and partnership.

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Course Syllabus

ACCOUNTING I & II  -- MR. MASTROMARINO

 ACCOUNTING I – CHAPTERS 1-13

 ACCOUNTING II – CHAPTERS 14-29

 GRADING

  • ASSESSMENT    50 %
  • PARTICIPATION 40 %
  • HOMEWORK      10 %

 RESOURCE MATERIALS

  • ACCOUNTING TEXTBOOK – GLENCOE ACCOUNTING
  • ACCOUNTING WORKBOOK – GLENCOE ACCOUNTING
  • COMPUTER
  • FINANCIAL MARKET WEBSITES: CNBC.COM, BLOOMBERG.COM, YAHOO>FINANCE
  • HANDOUTS
  • POWERPOINT NOTES/TABLET/PROJECTOR

 CLASSROOM RULES

  • RESPECT TEACHER AND STUDENTS
  • NO CURSING OR RUDE BEHAVIOR
  • NO CELL PHONES
  • NO HEADPHONES
  • BE ON TIME

 ORGANIZATION, GOOD BEHAVIOR, EFFORT, COMPLETING CLASSWORK, DOING WELL ON QUIZZES, NOTEBOOK, AND FINAL EXAMS WILL RESULT IN A GOOD GRADE AND A QUALITY EDUCATION.

 GOOD LUCK AND HAVE AN ENJOYABLE SEMESTER.

 

 Accounting I - Course Proficiencies

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Accounting I - Course Proficiencies

JACKSON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Business Department

Course Proficiencies

Accounting 1

Description of Course Content

Accounting 1 is designed to provide students with skills in handling basic financial matters related to a service organized as a proprietorship and a merchandising business organized as a partnership. This course also provides the opportunity for students to transfer these skills when handling their personal financial affairs. This course provides a beginning-level vocational skill in both manual and automated accounting. This course is part of the sequential program that is designed to provide students with a planned learning experience that will enable the students to become effective and responsible contributors in the decision-making process of the economic community in which they live. Accounting I develops an understanding of double-entry accounting and provides college-bound students with the phases of the accounting cycle for a proprietorship and partnership.

 Description of Expected Learning

 Students will:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of accounting terminology related to accounting careers, an accounting system for a service business organized as a proprietorship, and an accounting system for a merchandising business organized as a partnership.
  2. Describe entry-level position, educational requirements, and career opportunities in accounting.
  3. Use written and oral communication skills and identify ethical business decisions.
  4. Identify accounting concepts and practices related to an accounting system for a merchandising business organized as a partnership.
  5. Demonstrate the use of accounting procedures for a service business organized as a proprietorship.
  6. Demonstrate the use of accounting procedures for a merchandising business organized as a partnership.
  7. Demonstrate the use of automated accounting procedures as they relate to a service business organized as a proprietorship.

 Evaluative Means to Determine Mastery

  1. Homework assignments
  2. Selected class assignments-mastery, challenge, and recycling problems
  3. Quizzes
  4. Problem solving tests
  5. Printed reports on automated problems
  6. Final examination

 

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