Mrs. Mayo's Accounting I  Class

Room 207
Semester 2  - Spring 2010

lmayo@shaker.k12.nh.us

267-6525

Never call an accountant a credit to his profession;
a good accountant is a debit to his profession.
 Sir Charles Lyell quotes
(American Accountant, 1797-1875)

Accounting

Grades:10-12
Credits:1
Duration/length: 1 semester
Prerequisite: none

Syllabus       Schedule       Course Competencies

If you are interested in any facet of the business world, accounting is a MUST!  Accounting is the language of business and will follow you wherever you go.  In fact, accounting is an excellent career choice that can eventually pay you a salary in the 6-digit range!

Accounting I provides students with instruction in the terminology and concepts of sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. Accounting principles and procedures of the accounting cycle are applied in maintaining business records for service and merchandising businesses. Automated accounting programs are introduced. Projects and simulation packets that follow each unit provide students with an on-the-job type of experience.

Daily Activities Support Materials
01/25/10 What is Accounting
CH1-1 On Your Own & Define Key Terms
Chapter 1 slides
01/26/10 Accounting Equation
CH1.2 On Your Own, Application Probem 1-1, 1-2, 1-3
01/27/10: Balance Sheets
CH1.3 On Your Own,
Application Problem 1-4, 1-5
Mastery Problem 1-6Challenge Problem 1-7
CH1 Study Review Sheet
01/28/10 Chapter 2 Transactions
Chapter 1 Test
CH2.1 On Your Own, Application Problem 2-1, Case 1
01/29/10 Transactions
Chapter 2.2
Work Together
, On Your Own, pg 31
Application Problem 2-2, 2-3
Mastery Problem 2-4, Challenge Problem 2-5
Quiz on Tuesday
Chapter 2 Slides
02/01/10 Credit and Debit
Chapter 3.1 Using T-Accounts (Credit and Debit)
On Your Own, pag
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Application Problem 3-1, Key Terms
Chapter 2 Test Review
Chapter 3 Slides
02/02/010
Chapter 2 Test
Chapter 3.2 Analyzing How Transactions Affect Accounts
Working Together, On Your Own, Application Problem 3-2
02/03/10
Chapter 3.3 Analyzing How Transactions Affect Owner's Equity Accounts
Working Together, On Your Own, Application Problem 3-3
02/04/10
Chapter 3.4 Application Problem 3-4, Mastery Problem 3-5, Challenge Problem 3-6, Chapter 3 Study Guide
Study Guide
02/05/10
Chapter 3 Test
Chapter 4.1 Journals, Source Documents, and Recordng Entries in a Journal
Journalizing Transactions Activities
Chapter 4 Slides
02/08/10 thru 02/12/10
Chapter 4.2-4.4 Journalizing, Buying Insurance, Buying on Account, and Paying On Account.
Application Problems4-1 thru 4-5, Mastery Problem 4-6, Challenge Problem 4-7, Ch4 Study Guide
02/15/10
Chapter 5 5.1-5.3 Chart of Accounts / General Ledger
WT, OYO, ApplicationProblems,
Chapter 5 Slides
02/16/10
Chapter 5.4, Putting It All Together
WT, OYO, ApplicationProblems, Mastery Problem 5-5, Challenge Problem 5-6StudyGuide Chapter 5
02/17/10
Chapter 5 Test
Chapter 6.1, 6.2 Checking Accounts, Bank Reconciliation,WT, OYO, Application Problem
Chapter 6 Slides
02/18/10
Chapter 6.3, 6.4, 6.5  Dishonored Checks and Electronic Banking, Petty Cash
Take Home Test

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