Welcome_ Curriculum Night October 13_ 2004 by niusheng11


Career & Technical Education
 Ms. Smith's Courses

  Course Syllabus
  Online Grading
   Future Business Leaders of America Club
Course Syllabus 2007-2008
                            What is Accounting?

 Planning, recording, analyzing, and interpreting financial
  information is called accounting.
 Accounting is the language of business. Many individuals in a
  business complete accounting forms and prepare accounting
  reports. Regardless of their responsibilities within an organization,
  individuals can perform their jobs more efficiently if they know the
  language of business accounting. Inaccurate accounting records
  often contribute to business failure and bankruptcy.
 This course will show you how accounting is a part of everyone’s
       Accounting Topics

Week     Topic
 1     Accounting Equation
  2     How transactions effect the Balance Sheet
 3&4   Using debits and credits
 5&6   Journalizing entries
 7&8   Posting entries
  9    Review and Testing
 10    Adjusting entries
11     Completing a Worksheet
12     How income is closed
13     Preparing Financial Statements
14     Using Banking Services
15     Closing Entries
16     Project
 (1) Students will be able to identify the transferable skills an accounting
  class can strengthen.
 (2) Students will be able to define accounting terms related to starting a
  service business organized as a proprietorship.
 (3) Students will be able to classify accounts as assets, liabilities, or
  owner’s equity and demonstrate their relationships in the accounting
 (4) Students will be able to prepare numerous accounting forms to include
  balance sheet, journals, worksheet, ledgers, etc.
Business Law

        Course syllabus
Business & Marketing Department
           Ms. Smith
          Room C 201
 Henry M. Jackson High School
   Office Phone: 425 385-7164
Email: rsmith@everett.wednet.edu
               Business Law
While you are enrolled in this course
You will learn
 The legal rights and duties for minors and adults
  in every day person and business matters.
 The various court systems and procedures that
  deal with these courts.
 The opportunity to observe and evaluate the
  various processes for these legal and courts
    Course Objectives cont.
Students will learn
 The basic concept of insurance as it
   pertains to:
     A. Property and casualty insurance.
     B. Automobile insurance.
     C. Life insurance.
 The basic concept of contract law.
       Course Objectives cont.
 The students will
 Be able to demonstrate the ability to understand
  and relate to his/her own life, the legal system and
  how it works.
 Learn the difference between criminal and civil law
  and how it could effect them.
 Learn the federal, state, and local courts systems.
 Learn the rights and responsibilities of citizenship,
  as a minor and as a minor and an adult.
Room C 201
 Ms Smith
Economics examines the basic kinds of
  economic systems with the emphasis on the
  American capitalistic economic theory and its
  implementation and development.
The course includes
 the study of economics as a science
 the principals of supply and demand
 the principals guiding house hold economics
 the economic organization of business,
  agriculture and labor
 The national economy including a study of:
   The tax system
   Inflation
   Recession
   Fiscal and monetary policies which effect
    national economic policies
   International economics, to include aid to
    developing economics and the impact of trade
    and financing on future economic stability.
Stock Market Game
 The Stock Market Game gives students
  the chance to invest a hypothetical
  $100,000 in a real-time portfolio.

 Students think they're playing a game.
  They're learning economic and financial
  concepts they'll use for the rest of their lives.
 Define Economics and the role it plays in the U.S.
 Research the role of government in our economy.
 Explain the effects of supply and demand.
 Explain the financial demand.
 Explain types of business ownership.
 Use the internet and periodicals for research.
 Develop a business plan.
Information Technology designed to equip students with
   organizational skills and technology tools needed to
   accomplish high-level learning goals.

Students will
 Develop a wide variety of visual communication
 Develop skills to access, manipulate, and present
  information through the use of word processing,
  database, spreadsheet, desktop publishing, and
  multimedia presentation programs.
Learning Outcomes
Students will:

(1) Understand and use basic technology operations and concepts.

(2)Demonstrate legal and ethical behaviors regarding the use of
   technology and information including Email and Internet use.

(3) Use technology to communicate effectively and creatively.

(4) Use technology for thinking, learning, and producing.

(5) Use technology for research, problem solving, and decision

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