Sep 14

ACCTG 9/17/07

 Objective

· Prepare a balance sheet for a service business organized as a proprietorship from information in an accounting equation.

I.  Bellwork

II.    Section 1-3 Balance Sheet

         A.   Read and discuss pgs 13-14

            1.   Purpose of the balance sheet

            2.   Parts of a balance sheet

            3.   Review each step on pg 14

III.  Classwork

         A.  Page 15 (Terms and 1-4 Q&A)

B. pg 15 problems 5 and 6 workbook pages 5-6

         C. pg 19 Application problem 1 -4 workbook page 13

IV.  QUIZ

Sep 14

Keyboarding 9/17/07

Objective:

Ø      To learn reach technique for H & E

Ø      To combine smoothly H & E with home row keys

 I.  Bellwork

II.  Pages 15-16 of typing book

III.  Micro Type Pro Lesson 2 Learn H & E

IV.  Edit Pictures from the I: drive

Sep 14

Computer Applications 9/17/07

Objective: 

  • Explain why the word processor is ideal for producing a variety of different documents
  • Identify the different parts of the Word window
  • Use the word processor to enter and modify text
  • Insert symbols into a document
  • Understand automatic spelling and grammar checking
  • Use smart tags
  • Find and replace text and special characters in a document
  • Use the thesaurus to display a list of synonyms
  • Demonstrate techniques for selecting, copying, and moving text

I.  Bellwork

II. Classwork

A.  Using a Word Processor Pgs 87-98

1.  Request Part 1 Pgs 89-92

2.  Request Part 2 Pg 94

3.  Handbook Pgs 95-98

II.  Editing Your Picture

Sep 13

ACCTG 9/14/07

Objective:

· Analyze how transactions related to starting a service business organized as a proprietorship affect accounts in an accounting equation.

I.  Bellwork

II.  Classwork

A.  Pg 18 Application Problem 1-3 WB pg 11

B. Additional Problems

III.  Homework – Read Over Section 1-2 for the Quiz Monday

Sep 12

Accounting 9/13/07

Objective:  Analyze how transactions related to starting a service business affect accounts in an accounting equation

 I.  Bellwork 

II.  Discuss the class 

III. Notebook Work:

A. Describe what is the most difficult part of this course and why. Use Complete sentences.

B. Describe what is the easiet part of this course and why. Use Complete sentences.

IV.  Discuss Participation Sheet (See I: drive)

V.  Classwork

A.  Pg 17 Application Problem 1-2 WB pg 9

B.  Pg 18 Application Problem 1-3 WB pg 11

C.  Complete Drill 2 of Attachment on WB pg 10  (Accounting Drills)

VI.  Notebook Check

Sep 12

Computer Applications 9/13/07

Objective:  To apply basic Microsoft Office skills previously taught to create documents.

I.  Bellwork

II. Notebook Work:

A. Describe what is the most difficult part of this course and why. Use Complete sentences.

B. Describe what is the easiet part of this course and why. Use Complete sentences.

III.  Discuss Participation Sheet

IV.  Classwork

A.  Pg 19 Exercise 1

B.  Pg 20 Exercise 2

Sep 12

Keyboarding 9/13/07

Objective:

Ø      To improve control and home keys

Ø      To improve control of Space Bar and Enter

I.  Bellwork

II.  Notebook Work:

A.  Describe what is the most difficult part of this course and why.   Use Complete sentences.

B.  Describe what is the easiet part of this course and why.  Use Complete sentences.

III. Classwork

A. Review your Score and Finish Lesson R1

B. See MicroType Pro Scoring Scale

Sep 11

ACCTG 9/12/07

Objectives:

· Identify accounting concepts and practices related to starting a service business organized as a proprietorship.

· Analyze how transactions related to starting a service business organized as a proprietorship affect accounts in an accounting equation.

I.  Bellwork

II.  Turn in WB pg 7

III.  1-2  How Business Activities Change the Accounting Equation

A.  Read and Discuss Pgs 9-11

1.  Receiving Cash

2.  Paying Cash

3.  Transactions on Account – Buying & Paying on Account

IV.  Classwork Pg 12

A.  Terms (5) and 1-3 Questions & Answers

B.  #4 & #5 WorkBook pgs 3 & 4

C.  Pg 17 Application Problem 1-2 WB pg 9