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```					Business Math Lesson Plans
Strategies Cooperative learning, Discovery learning, Engaged learning, Guided Writing,
Methods PowerPoint, Lecture/Discussion/Practice, Excel, www.busmath.glencoe.com
State Standards
9-12.A.2.0 ~ Use a variety of algebraic concepts and methods to solve equations and inequalities
9-12.N.1.1 ~ Identify multiple representations of a real number.
9-12.N.1.2 ~ Apply the concept of place value, magnitude, and relative magnitude of real numbers.
9-12.N.2.0 ~ Apply number operations with real numbers and other number systems.
9-12.N.2.1 ~ Add, subtract, multiply, and divide real numbers including integral exponents.
9-12.S.1.1 ~ Draw conclusions from a set of data.
9-12.S.2.0 ~ Apply the concepts of probability to predict events/outcomes and solve problems.
Week 19
Tuesday
Chapter 23 test
Thursday
Final test review

Week 18
Monday
23-2 Gross Domestic Product – Explain and compute the gross domestic product
Problems 3-15 page 711-712
Wednesday
23-3 Consumer Price Index – Calculate the consumer price index, the current cost, and the
cost of any given commodity
Problems 3-15 page 715
23-4 Allocate revenue and expenses, and analyze a budget
Problems 3-8 page 718
Friday
Review Chapter 23 w/s
Week 17
Tuesday
Chapter 22 Test
Thursday
Chapter 23 Corporate Planning
23-1 Inflation – Compute the inflation rate, the current price, and the original price.
Problems 5-24 page 709
Week 16
Monday
Chapter 22
Section 5 Investments – Commercial Paper - Determine the cost and yield for commercial
paper.
Problems 5-11 page 694
Wednesday
Section 6 Growth Expenses - Compute the total cost of expanding a business.
Problems page 696-697 3-11
Friday
Review w/s
Week 15
Tuesday
Chapter 22 Financial Management
Section 1 Compute the taxable income and the corporate income tax
Section 2 Calculate the selling expenses and the net proceeds from an issue of stocks and
bonds
Problems 3-10 page 684, 3-12 page 687
Thursday
Section 3 Determine the maturity value of a commercial loan
Section 4 work out the cost and yield of Treasury bill
Problems 5-14 pages 689-690, 5-10 page 692
Week 14
Monday
Review Chapter 21
Chapter 21 test
Wednesday
Dakota Step Test
PBS Video “Is Wal-Mart Good for America?”
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/walmart/
Week 13
Tuesday
Section 21.5 Analyze balance sheets and income statements
Assignment page 671 5-13
Review w/s
Thursday
Vocabulary quiz
Section 21.6 Compare two income statements using horizontal analysis, and compute the
percent change
Assignment page 673 3-11
Review w/s
Week 12
Monday
Section 21.1 Compute the total assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity
Section 21.2 Calculate a balance sheet
Assignment page 659 3-9, page 661-662 3-12
Wednesday
Vocabulary quiz
Section 21.3 Figure out the cost of goods sold
Assignment page 664-665 3-16
Friday
Section 21.4 Complete an income statement
Assignment page 667-668 3-13

Chapter 20 Accounting
Objectives:
1. Complete a payroll register
2. Calculate the percent that a particular business expense is of the total expenses
3. Figure out a department’s share of the total business expense.
4. Utilize the straight –line method to compute the annual depreciation of an item.
5. Apply the straight-line method to compute the book value of an item.
6. Use the modified accelerated cost recovery system to compute the annual
depreciation and book value.
Week 11
Monday
Chapter 20 review pages 651-655 1-50
Wednesday
Chapter 20 Test
Week 10
Monday
Section 5 Depreciation – Book Value
Section 6 Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS)
Assessment – pages 645-646 4-14, page 649 3-9
Wednesday
Review w/s packet
Chapter 20 Test Wednesday March 18
Week 9
Tuesday
Section 2 Calculate the percent that a particular business expense is of the total expenses
Assessment – page 639 5-14
Section 3 Figure out a department’s share of the total business expense.
Assessment – page 641 3-9
Thursday
Section 4 Utilize the straight –line method to compute the annual depreciation of an item.
Assessment – page 643 3- 13
Week 8
Monday
Review Chapter 19
Chapter 19 test
Wednesday
Review test
Friday
Chapter 20 Accounting
Section 1 Complete a payroll register
Assessment – page 636-637 3-11
Week 7
Tuesday
19-6 Calculate the total cost of professional services
Step 1: Find the sum of consultant’s fees
Step 2: Find the net amount received
Review sections 1-3 questions 13-30 pages 626-627
Thursday
Substitute
Chapter 19 Review w/s packet
Review sections 4-6 questions 31-48 pages 628-629
Test Monday 2/23

Chapter 19 Services
Objectives:
1. Compute the monthly rental charge.
2. Calculate the total building maintenance charge.
3. Determine the total equipment rental cost.
4. Work out the monthly telephone cost.
5. Compute the monthly cost for electricity.
6. Calculate the total cost of professional services.
Week 6
Tuesday
19-1 and 19-2 Quiz
19-3 determine the total equipment rental cost
Step 1: Find the rental charge per month
Step 2: Find the usage tax
Step 3: Find the total rental cost
Assign – page 615 3-5 Excel and 6-11
Thursday
19-3 Quiz
19-4 work out the monthly telephone cost
Step 1 Find the cost of additional minutes
Step 2 Find the federal excise tax
Step 3 Find the total cost for the month
19-5 compute the monthly cost for electricity
Step 1 Find the demand charge
Step 2 Find the energy charge
Step 3 find the fuel adjustment charge
Step 4 find the total cost for the month
Assign – page 617-618 3-11 and page 620 2-4
Week 5
Monday
Chapter 18 Test
Wednesday
Mid-term make-up day (seniors testing)
Friday
19-1 compute the monthly rental charge
Step 1: Find the number of square feet = Length X Width
Step 2: Find the monthly rental charge = Annual Rate X Number of Square Feet
divided by 12
Assign – page 611 3-5 Excel and 6-12
19-2 calculate the total building maintenance charge
Step 1: Find the labor charge = Time X Number of Employees X Hourly Rate
Step 2: Find the materials charge
Step 3: Find the total charge = Labor + Material
Assign – page 613 3-5 Excel and 6-11
Week 4
Tuesday
Review 18-5
18-6 Calculate the total shipping cost by truck.
Assignment – page 601 5-10 Excel, 11-13
Journal Entry
Thursday
18-5 and 18-6 Quiz
Review w/s sections 1-6
Chapter 18 test Monday February 2
Week 3
Wednesday
Section 3 – Use the average-cost method to compute the inventory value
FIFO and LIFO practice
Section 4 Calculate the annual cost of carrying an inventory.
Problems 3-10 page 595
Friday
18-3 and 18-4 quiz
Section 5 Work out the total door-to-door shipping costs.
Problems page 598 5-8 Excel, 9-11
Week 2
Chapter 18 Warehousing and Distributing
Monday
Section 1 Computing the Total Storage Space
Problems 1-18 page 583-584 (1-6 as class, 7-12 Excel, 13-18 practice)
Journal Entry – Explain how to compute total storage space and explain why is it
important for a business to compute storage space?
Wednesday
Section 1 quiz Compute Total Storage Space
Section 2 – Calculate the total inventory
Problems 1-16 page 585-588 (1-6 as class, 7-8 Excel, 9-16 practice)
Friday
Section 2 quiz
Section 3 – Use the average-cost method to compute the inventory value
Problems 1-12 page 592-593 (1-8 as class, 9-10 Excel, 11 practice)
Week 1
Tuesday
Review Semester Test Chapters 13-17
Thursday
Chapters 13-17 quiz
Chapter 18 Warehousing and Distributing – Section 1 Computing the Total Storage Space
Problems 1-18 page 583-584 (1-6 as class, 7-12 Excel, 13-19 practice)
Journal Entry – Explain how to compute total storage space and explain why is it
important for a business to compute storage space?
Chapter 18 section 1 quiz Monday January 12 Compute Total Storage Space and Excel
SUM function

Dec. 15 – 19
Monday
Review and Chapter 17 test
Wednesday
Semester Review
Friday
Semester Review
Semester Test Tuesday December 23
Dec. 8 – 12
Tuesday
Section 17-7 Compute the cost of advertising on television.
Section 17-8 Calculate the selling price that will result in the highest possible net profit.
Thursday
Review
Journal Entry
Dec. 1 – 5
Monday
Section 17-3 – Calculate the market share of a new product.
Problems 3-19 p. 557, Excel, w/s section 2
Journal Entry – What does the concept of marketing mean?
Fast Facts – Research Children and Advertising
Wednesday
Section 17-4 - Use a graph to compute projected sales.
Problems 2-7 p. 560
Use Excel to create an XY (scatter graph) and project sales.
Assign problems 8 and 9 p. 560
Friday
Section 17-5 Use the factor method to compute projected sales.
Section 17-6 Calculate the cost of advertising in a newspaper.
Problems 5-9 p. 564, 5-11 p. 567
Review w/s sections 1-6

Chapter 17 Marketing
Nov. 24 – 28
Monday
Review Sections 1-3
Wednesday - Friday No School Happy Thanksgiving
Nov. 17 – 21
Tuesday
Chapter 17 sections 1-2
1. Compute the rate of a particular response in an opinion survey.
2. Figure out the annual sales potential
Thursday
Review Sections 1-2

Chapter 16 Sales
Nov. 10 – 14
Monday
Section 16-6 Solve for the markup rate base on cost.
Assignment – Living in the real world, p. 532-533 6-16 Even, 5-15 Odd Excel
Section 16-7 Compute the selling price based on cost and markup rate.
Assignment – Living in the real world, p. 535-536 6-20 Even, 5-10 Odd Excel
Wednesday
Section 16-8 Calculate the markdown in dollars and as a percent of the regular selling
price.
Assignment – Living in the real world, p. 538-539 6-14 Even, 5-10 Odd Excel
Friday
Review
Chapter 16 Test
Journal entry
Nov. 3 – 7
Tuesday
Section 16-4 Find the net profit as a percent of the selling price.
Assignment – Living in the real world, p. 526-527 6-16 Even, 5-15 Odd Excel, p. 529-530 6-
14 Even, 5-15 Odd Excel
Thursday
Section 16-5 Calculate the selling price of an item based on cost and markup rate.
Assignment – Living in the real world, p. 526-527 6-16 Even, 5-15 Odd Excel, p. 529-530 6-
14 Even, 5-15 Odd Excel
Journal entry
Oct. 27 – 31
Monday
Review test
Section 16-1 Compute the markup in dollars.
Section 16-2 Calculate the markup as a percent of the selling price.
Assignment – Living in the real world, p. 519 10-20 Even, 11-19 Odd Excel, p. 521 6-10
Even, 5-11 Odd Excel
Wednesday
Section 16-3 Figure out the net profit in dollars.
Assignment – Living in the real world, p. 524 6-12 Even, 5-11 Odd Excel
Friday
Substitute
Assignment
a. w/s packet sections 1 – 3
b. questions 1-10 and 12-28 Even problems pages 541-543
c. Using Excel 11-29 Odd problems pages 541-543
Oct. 20 – 24
Tuesday
1. Compute the cash price when the discount is based on ordinary dating.
2. Calculate the cash price when the discount is based on end-of-month dating.
Assign problems 6-12 page 504, 4-10 page 507, w/s sections 6 and 7
Thursday
Review
Chapter 15 Test
Oct. 13 – 17
Wednesday
Chapter 15
1. Compute the final net price using the complement method.
Assign problems 6-12 page 500, w/s section 5, excel problems 5-15 odd
Friday
Review and Re-Do section 5
1. Compute the final net price using the complement method.
Oct. 6 – 10
Monday
Review Test
2. Determine the final net price after a chain of discounts.
3. Compute the final net price using the complement method.
Assign problems 4-12 pages 496-497, 6-12 page 500
Chapter 15 w/s packet section 1 and 2
Excel problems
Wednesday
Junior Career Day
Friday
1. Calculate the cash price when the discount is based on end-of-month dating.
2. Compute the cash price when the discount is based on ordinary dating.
Assign problems 6-12 page 504, 4-10 page 507
Chapter 15 w/s packet section 3 and 4
Excel problems
Sept. 29 – Oct. 3
Tuesday
Objectives:
Use time-study results to compute the percent of time spent on each task.
Gain an understanding of vocabulary associated with production.
Assign problems 6-12 even pages 470-471 and w/s Sections
Excel problems 5-11 odd pages 470-471
Thursday
Review Chapter 14
Chapter 14 test
Sept. 22 – 26
Monday
Complete section 2
Objective: Compute the percent of defective goods and determine if the process is in or
out of control.
Demonstrate/Discuss/Practice Section 3
Assign 4-12 Even p. 464, w/s section 3, spreadsheet 5-11 Odd p. 464
Wednesday
Objective: Use time-study results to compute how many units can be produced.
Demonstrate/Discuss/Practice Section 4
Assign 4-8 Even pages 467-468, w/s section 4, spreadsheet 5, 7 Odd page 467-468
Friday Homecoming
Sept. 15 – 19
Monday
Chapter 14 Production
Objectives:
Compute the prime cost of manufacturing an item.
Demonstrate/Discuss/Practice Section 1
Assign problems 6-14 Even pages 459-460, 460 15-18, Spreadsheet p. 459 7-13 odd, w/s
Sections 1
Wednesday
Objectives:
Calculate the break-even point in the number of manufactured units.
Demonstrate/Discuss/Practice Section 2
Assign problems 4-12 Even page 462, Spreadsheet 3-11 Odd, w/s Sections 2
Friday No School Teacher In-Service
Sept. 8 – 12
Tuesday
Section 6 Travel Expenses – Calculate total business travel expenses.
Excel problem
Thursday
Section 7 Employee Training – Compute total employee training costs
Excel Problem
Sept. 1 – 5
Monday No School
Wednesday
Make up work – problems 3-8 p. 435, w/s review sections 1-3, summarize “Inside China”
Examples
Continue Section 4 Calculate Disability Benefits
Assign 10-14 Even, 21-23 p. 435 and closing activity
Internet Activity - Travel Expense
Quiz Friday - Terms for sections 4-7
Friday
Quiz
Review assignment
Section 5 Compute the employer cost for workers compensation and unemployment
insurance.
Assign 4-14 Even p. 438-439
Global Perspective page 431
Aug 25 – 29
Wednesday
Vocabulary Quiz
Review sections 1-3
Demonstrate and practice sections 4
Assign problems 4-8 page 435
Friday
Review w/s sections 1-3
Video notes “Inside China”
Aug 20 – 22
Wednesday
1. Introduction - syllabus, expectations, computer use, reading and writing
assignments, grading, textbook layout, daily routine, homework, journal writing.
Friday
1. Chapter 13 Personnel
Objectives:
1. Calculate the cost of recruiting new employees.
2. Compute the new salary after merit increase and cost-of-living
3. Work out the rate of employee benefits based on annual gross pay.
4. Figure out disability benefits under independent retirement systems and
under Social Security.
5. Compute the employer cost for workers compensation and unemployment
insurance.
6. Calculate total business travel expenses.
7. Compute total employee training costs.
Demonstrate and practice sections 1-3
Assign problems 4-10 page 426, 4-10 page 429, 4-8 pages 431-432
Vocabulary Quiz Tuesday

Jan. 12 – 16
Monday
Warm up problem
Quiz
Review w/s and Excel
Section Two – Calculating Your Total Inventory
Wednesday
Warm up problem
Quiz
Review w/s and Excel
Journal Entry
Friday
st
Future tests will include problems from 1 semester chapters.

Jan. 19 – 23
Jan. 26 – 30

Feb. 2 – 6
Feb. 9 – 13
Feb. 16 – 20
Feb. 23 – 27

Mar. 2 – 6
Mar. 9 – 13
Mar. 16 – 20
Mar. 23 – 27
Mar. 30 – April 3

April 6 – 10
April 13 – 17
April 20 – 24
April 27 – May 1

May 4 – 8
May 11 – 15
May 18 – 20 Semester Tests

May 12 – 16
Tuesday
Review
Thursday
Final Test
May 5 – 9
Monday
Complete review w/s sections 4-8
Chapter 17 test
Wednesday
Chapter 18 Sections 1-3
Friday
Chapter 18 Sections 4-6

Tuesday May 13 Review
Thursday Final test May 15th

April 28 – May 2
Tuesday
Review Chapter 7 sections 1-3
Section 4
1. Use a graph to compute projected sales.
Use Excel to create an XY (scatter graph) and project sales.
Assign problems 8 and 9
Thursday
Sections 5 – 7
1. Use the factor method to compute projected sales.
2. Calculate the cost of advertising in a newspaper.
3. Calculate the selling price that will result in the highest possible net profit.
Assign problems section 5-7

April 21 – 25
Monday
Review
Chapter 16 test
Wednesday
Review test
Friday
Chapter 17 Marketing
1. Compute the rate of a particular response in an opinion survey.
2. Figure out the annual sales potential
3. Calculate the market share of a new product.
Assign section problems

April 14 – 18
Tuesday
1. Solve for the markup rate base on cost.
2. Compute the selling price based on cost and markup rate.
3. Calculate the markdown in dollars and as a percent of the regular selling price.
Thursday
Chapter 16 w/s packet

Chapter 16 Sales
April 8 – 11
Wednesday
4. Compute the markup in dollars.
5. Calculate the markup as a percent of the selling price.
6. Figure out the net profit in dollars.
Friday
7. Find the net profit as a percent of the selling price.
8. Calculate the selling price of an item based on cost and markup rate.
Excel Spreadsheet problem 14 section 16-5

Mar. 31 – April 4
Monday
Complete Chapter 15 review w/s
Review Chapter 15
Wednesday
Review Chapter 15
Chapter 15 test
Friday
Introduction/practice Chapter 16 Sales
Objectives:
1. Compute the markup in dollars.
2. Calculate the markup as a percent of the selling price.
3. Figure out the net profit in dollars.
4. Find the net profit as a percent of the selling price.
5. Calculate the selling price of an item based on cost and markup rate.
6. Solve for the markup rate base on cost.
7. Compute the selling price based on cost and markup rate.
8. Calculate the markdown in dollars and as a percent of the regular selling price.
Assign practice sections 1 - 3

Mar. 25 – 28
Tuesday
Chapter 15
1. Determine the final net price after a chain of discounts.
2. Compute the final net price using the complement method.
Assign problems 4-12 pages 496-497, 6-12 page 500
Thursday
3. Compute the cash price when the discount is based on ordinary dating.
4. Calculate the cash price when the discount is based on end-of-month dating.
Assign problems 6-12 page 504, 4-10 page 507

Mar. 17 – 20
Monday
Review chapter 14
Chapter 14 test
Wednesday
Objectives:
1. Compute the trade discount and the net price.
2. Calculate the net price using the complement method.
3. Figure out the trade-discount rate.
Assign problems 4-12 page 487, 4-14 page 490, 4-12 page 493
Mar. 10 – 13
Monday
Chapter 14 Production
Objectives:
1. Compute the prime cost of manufacturing an item.
2. Calculate the break-even point in the number of manufactured units.
Demonstrate/Discuss/Practice Section 1 and 2
Assign problems 4-12 pages 459-460, 4-12 page 462, w/s Sections 1 and 2
Wednesday
Objectives:
3. Compute the percent of defective goods and determine if the process is in or out
of control.
4. Use time-study results to compute how many units can be produced.
5. Use time-study results to compute the percent of time spent on each task.
6. Gain an understanding of vocabulary associated with production.
Demonstrate/Discuss/Practice Section 3 and 24
Assign problems 4-12 page 464, 4-8 pages 467-468, 6-12 pages 470-471 and w/s Sections
3, 4 and 5
Mar. 3 – 6
End of third quarter March 6
Monday
Demonstrate and practice sections 7
Assign problems 4-14 page 444-445 and w/s section 7
Chapter 13 Review pages 447 – 452 1 – 8, 9 – 45 Even
Wednesday
Chapter 13 and Cumulative test

Feb. 25 – 29
Chapter 13 Personnel
Objectives:
1. Calculate the cost of recruiting new employees.
2. Compute the new salary after merit increase and cost-of-living adjustments.
3. Work out the rate of employee benefits based on annual gross pay.
4. Figure out disability benefits under independent retirement systems and under
Social Security.
5. Compute the employer cost for workers compensation and unemployment
insurance.
6. Calculate total business travel expenses.
7. Compute total employee training costs.
Tuesday

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