Accounting I: Involves the study of the principles and procedures of bookkeeping and accounting related to daily living and practice in maintaining the financial records of service business. This course is recommended for its value to students in keeping financial records and as a basis for continued study in accounting. In order to earn a bachelor’s degree in any area of business, a college student must complete at least six hours of accounting; therefore, many students will benefit greatly in college by having a good foundation in high school accounting.
Daily Work and Projects will account for 40%, Exams and Quizzes 50%, and the Semester Exam 10%.
MISSED CLASS WORK
Missed class work must be made up in order to maintain appropriate skill development. Missed assignments will lower your grade significantly.
Three-ring binder with 5 dividers, student agenda, ID, and most of all – A POSITIVE ATTITUDE!
Week 1 (January 06 - 10)
Correct Reinforcement Activity 1 - Parts A and B
Lesson 9-1, Read and Take Notes
Lesson 9-2, Read and Take Notes
Lesson 9-3, Read and Take Notes
Lesson 9-4, Read and Take Notes