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Prepare for Word Lessons 4-6 Assessment
Due Date: 5/23/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

STANDARD:  Communicating Information Digitally/Word
Compose and produce a variety of original business documents and reports using correct style, format, and content

LT:  Students will learn to insert footnotes & endnotes,citations sources, and bibliographies; customize the Quick Access Toolbar and Ribbons; create building blocks; create, modify, & run macros

Assignment:

  • Create one-page document to use for assessment
    • Must be default spacing
    • 12 point font
    • Save as Word  Lessons 4-6 Assessment
  • Continue with Word Lessons 7 & 8


Guest Speaker
Due Date: 5/23/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B


UGI--Assessment #1
Due Date: 5/22/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B
  • Form 47--Finish
  • Form 48 done in class
  • Forms 49-Reports, p. 11 of instruction book (Cash Proof Report=1st UGI Summative Assessment)


Word Lesson 6: Working with Illustrations
Due Date: 5/22/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will learn to insert and modify pictures or Clip Art; create, arrange, & enhance shapes; insert & modify SmartArt diagrams

Assignment:

  • Word Lesson 6, pp. 171-202


Once Upon a Time Story Activity
Due Date: 5/19/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I


UGI Form 47 #1 done in class; #2 homework
Due Date: 5/19/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B


Finish Word Lesson 4/Begin Lesson 5
Due Date: 5/18/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will learn to create tables using various methods, and enter text in tables

Assignment:

  • Finish Lesson 4 from yesterday
  • Word Lesson 5, pp. 139-159
  • Choice: Continue working independently if you have already started Lesson 5 OR
  • follow along with class activity


UGI/Forms 37-45 & Posting & Form 46
Due Date: 5/18/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B


UGI/Forms 16-30 & Posting
Due Date: 5/17/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B


Word Lesson 4
Due Date: 5/17/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

STANDARD:  Communicating Information Digitally/Word
Compose and produce a variety of original business documents and reports using correct style, format, and content

LT:  Students will learn to: change margins, paper size, & orientations; insert different types of breaks to change a document (paginations); apply columns & column breaks; insert headers & footers; apply watermarks & themes to a document; insert & edit hyperlinks

Assignment:

  • Word Lesson 4
  • Class demo using practice activity


UGI Forms 7-15 & Posting
Due Date: 5/16/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B


Unique Global Imports--Final Project: Begin
Due Date: 5/15/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will complete all phases of the Accounting Cycle for a Merchandising Business organized as a corporation

Unique Global Imports (UGI)

  • Begin Final Project--Global ImportsForms 1-5
  • UGI/Forms 6; A-R (together)


Word Lessons 1-3 Assessment
Due Date: 5/15/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I


Lesson 3, pp. 69-76
Due Date: 5/10/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Format text using bold, italics, underline; change the font, size, color; adjust character spacing or position; adjust text alignment; change line & paragraph spacing; use the Format Painter

Assigment:

  • Lesson 3, pp. 69-76 (2 "Learn the Skill" exercises)


Chapter 13-4: Paying Withholding & Payroll Taxes, pp. 383-387
Due Date: 5/10/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will pay & record withholding and payroll taxes

Assignment:

  • For section 13-4, we will be journalizing the payment of payroll liabilities--employee income tax, social security & medicare; and the employer unemployment taxes. We will analyze the information given for selected payroll & calculate the payments prior to journalizing. Once we complete the Work Together, you will complete the On Your Own for further practice.


Chapter 13-1: Recording a Payroll, pp.368-371
Due Date: 5/9/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD:  Apply appropriate accounting principles to payroll, income taxation, managerial systems, and various forms of ownership
Chapter 13:  Calculate & record employer's payroll taxes; analyze & record a payroll; prepare federal, state, and local payroll reports; pay & record witholding & payroll taxes

LT:  Students will analyze payroll transactions & record a payroll and Students will record employer payroll taxes

Vocab: Federal Unemployment Tax, State Unemployment Tax Assignment:

Assignment:

  • Examine a payroll register & record the necessary transactions in our CP journal.
  • 13-1 Work Together
  • 13-1 On Your Own for further practice.
  • Chapter 13-2: Recording Employer Payroll Taxes, pp. 373-376 
  • 13-2 Work Together, On Your Own, and Applilcation Problem

 



Word Lessons 1 & 2 Overview
Due Date: 5/9/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

STANDARD:  Communicating Information Digitally/Word
Compose and produce a variety of original business documents and reports using correct style, format, and content

LT:  Students will learn to change the view of a document; select consecutive & nonconsecutive text; use the Find & Replace feature

Assignment:

  • Review Word window/discuss
  • Overview of Lessons 1 & 2


Certification Exam: PowerPoint or Word
Due Date: 5/8/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I


Chapter 12 Assessment
Due Date: 5/8/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD:  Apply appropriate accounting principles to payroll, income taxation, managerial systems, and various forms of ownership
Chapter 12:  Calculate payroll taxes; complete a payoll register and an employee earnings record, and prepare payroll checks for a merchandising business organized as a corporation.

Assignment:

  • Chapter 12 Assessment


Chapter 12 Review
Due Date: 5/5/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

Review for Chapter 12 Assessment:

  • Correct Study Guide
  • Independent Review


Chapter 12-4: Preparing Payroll Checks, pp. 356-359
Due Date: 5/4/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will prepare payroll checks

Assignment:

  • Begin by reading pp. 356-357 & answer the AYU ques. 1-3, p. 358.
  • Once completed, discuss your responses at your table to ensure that everyone understands & be ready to respond & share
  • Next prepare the payroll checks for Work Together. 
  • Use remaining time to review for assessment


PowerPoint Lessons 7 & 8 (2nd period only)
Due Date: 5/4/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will prepare for PowerPoint Certification Exam

Assignment:

  • Complete as many "Learn the Skill" exercises in Lessons 7 & 8, pp. 209-250
  • If you are finished with PowerPoint Lessons, begin Word, Lesson 1


Presentations
Due Date: 5/3/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I


Chapter 12-3, pp. 351-354
Due Date: 5/3/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD:  Apply appropriate accounting principles to payroll, income taxation, managerial systems, and various forms of ownership--Chapter 12:  Calculate payroll taxes; complete a payoll register and an employee earnings record, and prepare payroll checks for a merchandising business organized as a corporation.

LT:  Students will learn to complete payroll records--payroll register & employee earnings records

Assignment:

  • Opening Activity: Students will define the three terms in this section: payroll register, net pay, & emplyee earnings record
  • Review 12-3, pp. 351-354 & complete Work together
  • Students complete any workbook pages through Application Problem 12-4


Chapter 12-2, pp. 345-350: Determining Payroll Tax Withholding
Due Date: 5/2/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

Learning Target: Students will determine the federal income, social security, & medicare tax that must be withheld

Vocab: payroll taxes, withholding allowance, social security tax, medicare tax, tax base

Assignment:

  • Opening Activity: Students will read various sections independently from Chapter 12-2 and be able to write the answers to the following questions:
    • What are 'payroll taxes'?
    • Describe 'Employee Income Tax'
    • What is a 'withholding allowance'?
    • What are the two tax tables described in this section & how are they used?
    • Define Social security & medicare tax & tax base
  • Next we will complete the Work Together for 12-2
  • Complete 12-2 OYO


Make any final changes to presentations and email to me
Due Date: 5/2/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I


PowerPoint Final Presentation
Due Date: 5/2/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

Assignment:

  • Make any final changes to presentations and email to me--use "Final Presentation" as the subject of your email
  • Continue working through PowerPoint Lessons 7 & 8 OR if you have already passed the PowerPoint Certification exam, you can begin Word


Practice Presentations in small groups (3-4 per group)
Due Date: 5/1/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I


Chapter 12-1 & maybe 12-2
Due Date: 5/1/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD:  Apply appropriate accounting principles to payroll, income taxation, managerial systems, and various forms of ownership Chapter 12: Calculate payroll taxes; complete a payoll register and an employee earnings record, and prepare payroll checks for a merchandising business organized as a corporation.

LT:  Students will prepare & analyze payroll time cards & determine regular & overtime hours & pay

Vocab: salary, pay period, payroll, total earnings

Assignment:

  • Opening Activity:  Golden Ticket"
  • Read together pp. 340-341
  • BRIEFLY go over time cards and review math process for regular & overtime
  • 12-1 Work Together
  • Students complete Application Problem 12-1 independently


Chapter 11 Review, continued
Due Date: 4/28/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD:  Create and maintain the accounts receivable and accounts payable subsidiary ledgers for a merchandising business organized as a corporation

LT:  Students will post separate items from all journals to the General Ledger, Accounts Payable Ledger, & Accounts Receivable Ledger

Assignment:

  • Final review of Chapter 11
    • Study Guide
    • Case for Critical Thinking-p. 334


Preparing for Presentation
Due Date: 4/28/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

STANDARD:  Use technology to enhance oral presentations

LT:  Students will prepare "speaking points/notes" for presentation & begin independent practice

Assignment:

  • Go over presentation rubric
  • Watch a presentation video
  • Prepare Speaking Notes


PowerPoint Assessment #2
Due Date: 4/27/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will enhance their presentations by adding transitions, animations, & SmartArt

Assignment:

  • Students complete 2nd PowerPoint Assessment--must email to classmate for review prior to emailing to me


Chapter 11 Review
Due Date: 4/27/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD:  Create and maintain the accounts receivable and accounts payable subsidiary ledgers for a merchandising business organized as a corporation

LT:  Students will post from all journals to the General Ledger, Accounts Payable Ledger, & Accounts Receivable Ledger

Assignment:

  • Complete the Recycle Problem for Chapter 11


Chapter 11: Posting to General & Subsidiary Ledgers, pp. 298-325
Due Date: 4/25/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will post separate items from all journals to the General Ledger, Accounts Payable Ledger, & Accounts Receivable Ledger

Vocab: Subsidiary Ledgar, Accounts payable ledger, accounts receivable ledger, controlling account, schedule of accounts payable, schedule of accounts receivable

Assignment:

  • Read along in text & participate in classroom discussion for Ch. 11-1 through 11-4
  • Use the Mastery to post to the various ledgers.


PowerPoint, next steps
Due Date: 4/24/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will learn to add animations & transitions to slides

Assignment:

  • Opening Activity: Show "Death by PowerPoint"
  • Show sample presentation with transitions/animations
  • Answer any questions about Lessons 5 & 6
  • See where students are and help finish through Lesson 6


PowerPoint Lesson 6 Concluded
Due Date: 4/21/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will learn to add animations & transitions to slides

Assignment:

  • PowerPoint Lesson 6, pp. 197-208 (4 "Learn the Skill" exercises)


Chapter 11-1 & 11-2
Due Date: 4/21/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will be able to explain the relationship between the subsidiary ledger and its controlling account

Assignment:

  • Complete the "Character Counts" activity, p. 298 (ethical model can be found on page 28)
  • Read Chapter 11-1, pp. 298-305
  • Define terms & answer "Audit Your Understanding," p. 306
  • Read Chapter 11-2, pp. 307-311
  • Define terms and answer "Audit Your Understanding, " p. 314


Taking Care of Business, #5
Due Date: 4/20/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will compare the economic and environmental benefits and costs of two pwoer plants to determine which plant is preferred from both an enviornmental and financial point of view

Assignment:

  • Students will complete the "Taking Care of Business," #5 activity
  • If time, complete the Math Work Sheet, Chapter 10 handout


PowerPoint Lesson 6
Due Date: 4/20/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will learn to add animations & transitions to slides

Assignment:

  • PowerPoint Lesson 6, pp. 186-196 (3 "Learn the Skill" exercises)


PowerPoint Lesson 5, Concluded
Due Date: 4/19/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will learn to insert, modify, and link shapes, pictures, and SmartArt

Assignment

  • PowerPoint Lesson 5, pp. 172-182 (4 "Learn the Skill" exercises)


Taking Care of Business, #15
Due Date: 4/19/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will use the Internet to research the education and experience requirements to become a CPA and the student scholarships available to them.

Assignnment:

  • Students will complete the "Taking Care of Business," #15 activity


Chapter 10 Assessment
Due Date: 4/18/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B


Chapter 10 Assessment
Due Date: 4/18/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B


PowerPoint Lesson 5 Continued
Due Date: 4/18/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT: Students will learn to insert, modify, and link shapes, pictures, and SmartArt

Assignment

  • PowerPoint Lesson 5, pp. 155-170 (4 "Learn the Skill" exercises)


PowerPoint Lesson 4 Review & Begin Lesson 5
Due Date: 4/17/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will learn to insert, modify, and link shapes, pictures, and SmartArt

Assignment:

  • Review Excel Charts & Tables using Homecoming Presentation
  • PowerPoint Lesson 5, pp. 141-154 (4 "Learn the Skill" exercises)


Chapter 10 Review
Due Date: 4/14/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Continue with Chapter 10 Review

Assignment:

  • Correct Study Guide
  • Complete Challenge Problem


Review Chapter 10
Due Date: 4/13/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will review sales journal, cash receipts journal, and general journal transactions learned in Chapter 10

Assignment:

  • Finish yesterday's assignment
  • Go over essay questions for Chapter 10 Assessment
    • Why is sales tax collected considered a liability?
    • What is the purpose of the account Sales Returns & Allowances? How is it used? How does it affect Sales?
  • Mastery
  • Study Guide


PowerPoint Certification Exam
Due Date: 4/13/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will attempt PowerPoint Certification Exam

Assignment:

  • Double click the Console 8 icon
  • Click "Yes" on the pop up box
  • Sign in using your account information
  • Follow the prompts choosing PowerPoint exam
  • Click the two arrows in purple boxes & click "yes" when prompted
  • Click the box for proctor information and type the proctor username & password


Create Certiport Account for Certification Exam
Due Date: 4/12/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will practice inserting charts in a PowerPoint presentation; insert a new table & modify it;

Assignment:

  • Go over PP Assessment 1
  • Show examples of PP Presentation to demonstrate balanced slides, etc.
  • Create a Certiport & Microsoft testing account
  • Class activity--Homecoming PP/insert Excel spreadsheet
  • PowerPoint, Lesson 4, pp. 131-135 (2 "Learn the Skill" exercises)


Chapter 10-3
Due Date: 4/12/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will learn to record Sales Returns and Allowances using a General Journal

Assignment:

  • Opening Activity: Complete 10-1 & 10-2 Application Problems
  • Review 10-3, pp. 285-286 & complete Work Together
  • Complete 10-3 On Your Own & Audit Your Understanding


Chapter 10-2, pp. 276-284 "Journalizing Cash Receipts Using a Cash Receipts Journal"
Due Date: 4/11/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

Learning Target:  Students will learn to journalize transactions in the CR Journal as well as gain an understanding of the terms & concepts associated with these transactions

Vocab:  cash sale, credit card sale, point-of-sale (POS) terminal, terminal summary, batch report, batching out, cash receipts journal, sales discount

Assignment:

  • After reviewing this section together & completing the Work Together, students will read pp. 276 & 278 and complete the OYO & answer the AYU questions.


Finish Lessons 1-3 Assessment & begin Lesson 4
Due Date: 4/11/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I


PowerPoint Assessment #1 (Lessons 1-3)
Due Date: 4/10/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

Assignment:

  • Complete Lessons 1-3 Assessment
  • If finished, students can begin Lesson 4 independenly
  • LT: Students will practice creating charts and changing the chart type;
  • PowerPoint Lesson 4, pp. 114-122 (3 "Learn the Skill" exercises)


Chapter 10-1, pp. 270-275
Due Date: 4/10/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD:  Apply generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to determine the value of assets, liabilities, and owner's equity
Chapter 10:  Identify cash control techniques; journalize transactions in special journals--sales & cash receipts

Chapter 10-1, pp. 270-275 Journalizing Sales on Account Using a Sales Journal
Learning Target:  Students will learn to journalize sales on account using a sales journal

Vocab:  customer, sales tax, sales journal

Assignment:

  • After reviewing this section together & completing the Work Together, students will complete the OYO & be able to answer the AYU questions


Chapter 9 Assessment
Due Date: 3/31/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B


PowerPoint Lesson 3--Working with Text
Due Date: 3/30/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

STANDARD:  Use technology to enhance oral presentations

LT:  Students will learn to format text; use Format Painter: format paragraphs, set tabs, indentation, and line spacing; create and modify text boxes; create and modify WordArt

Assignment:

  • PowerPoint Lesson 3
  • After first 2 "Learn the Skills," continue using CHS presentation to learn other
    Lesson 3 skills


Chapter 9 Review continued
Due Date: 3/29/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD:  Apply generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to determine the value of assets, liabilities, and owner's equity
Chapter 9: Identify cash control techniques; journalize transactions in special journals--purchases & cash payments

Assignment:

  • Go over Study Guide
  • Students complete Mastery as a pretest to determine knowledge for problem part of test


Chapter 9 Review
Due Date: 3/28/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

Assignment:

  • Review of Chapter 9 using Source Documents
  • Students review Chapter 9 using Application Problems, and Study Guide


PowerPoint Lesson 2--complete
Due Date: 3/28/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

Learning Target: Students will work with slides: Apply themes, layouts, & styles; format backgrounds, placeholders; bullets & customizing them; insert slides from another presentation; add footers, slide numbers; Use Master Slide to insert & format pictures (including understanding of copyright and how to search for proper usage licenses); use the slide sorter view

Assignment:

  • PowerPoint Lesson 2, pp. 59-72


PowerPoint Lesson 1 Review/Lesson 2
Due Date: 3/27/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will: gain an understanding of Document Properties; View options;
Students will work with slides: Apply themes, layouts, & styles; format backgrounds, placeholders;

Assignment:

  • Use "Columbia High School" practice presentation to learn Lesson 2 skills


Chapter 9-4
Due Date: 3/27/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Students will learn how to journalize purchases of supplies on account and purchases returns & allowances.

Assignment:

  • Opening Activity: Petty Cash Activity
  • Check 9-3 Work
  • Review difference between buying supplies on account & merchandise on account
  • Read 9-4, pp. 254-257 & answer AYU questions (Indep)
  • Complete Work Together together & discuss AYU
  • Review the essay questions from this chapter that will be included on the assessment 
  • --Expain the Cash Short & Over Account; Explain the term 'contra account' and give an example; Explain the difference between a trade discount & a cash discount


Chapter 9-3, pp. 248-253
Due Date: 3/24/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT: Students will learn to prepare a petty cash report and journalize the reimbursement of the petty cash fund.

Vocab: Cash short, cash over

Assignment

  • Discuss "Contra Account" and check 9-2 On Your Own
  • Review the transaction to replenish Petty Cash from Chapter 5-4, p. 136
  • Review above pages
  • Complete the Work Together
  • Students complete OYO & Application Problem 9-3


Continue with PowerPoint Lesson 1
Due Date: 3/24/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

LT:  Students will continue to learn how to move around in PowerPoint and some of the save, open options

Assignment:

  • Discuss "backward compatability"
  • Quick Access Toolbar
  • Opening blank and template presentations
  • Arrange and switch between presentations
  • Add & modify document properties


Continue with yesterday's assignment
Due Date: 3/23/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I


Chapter 9-2, pp. 242-247
Due Date: 3/23/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

LT:  Be able to journalize Cash Payments using a Cash Payments Journal

Vocab:  Cash payments journal, cash discount, purchases discount, general amount column, list price, trade discount, contra account

Assignment:

  • Opening: Discuss AYU from 9-1
  • Review above pages--including the Work Together; Student complete OYO & AYU


Welcome & Introduction
Due Date: 3/22/2017
Subject: Computer Applications I

STANDARD:  Work Ethic

Learning Target:  Students will become familiar with classroom expectations and course and begin to use some of the tools available; Students will gain an understanding of the PowerPoint screen, ribbons, & groups; they will also apply and modify themes, backgrounds, & slide layouts
Assignment:

  • Overview of class
  • Student writing activity
  • Overview of PowerPoint
  • Use "Homecoming" Activity (as time allows)


Chapter 9: Journalizing Purchases and Cash Payments
Due Date: 3/22/2017
Subject: Accounting I/B

STANDARD: Apply generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to determine the value of assets, liabilities, and owner's equity
Chapter 9: Identify cash control techniques; journalize transactions in special journals--purchases & cash payments

LT:  Students will be able to journalize purchases of merchandise using a purchases journal

Vocab: merchandise, merchandising business, retail merchandising business, wholesale merchandising business, special journal, cost of merchandise, markup, vendor, purchase on account, purchases journal, special amount column, purchase invoice, terms of sale

Assignment:

  • Opening Activity: Compare the Chart of Accounts on p. 3 with the Chart of Accounts on p. 231--What is the same? What is different?
  • After reviewing Ch. 9-1, pp. 232, 234-240 together, you will review with a partner the vocab and then complete 9-1 OYO, p. 241