ACCOUNTING II HONORS Teacher: Mrs. Angela Kalavrezos Business Technology Department E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: (973) 331-7100 ext. 2788 Prerequisite: Accounting 1 H, grades 10-12 Course Description/objective: The goal of Accounting II Honors is to help the student master the knowledge and skills needed in the accounting field. It is assumed that the student has or grasped the basic accounting concepts and procedures in the first year course and that the student is now ready to apply this knowledge to the more complex problems of the business world. It is recommended for the college bound student who plans to pursue a business degree in any of the business disciplines. Topics to be covered: Textbook/Workbook/Resources: Review rules of debit & credit, journalize & posting Glencoe Accounting Review the Sole Proprietorship's Accounting Cycle Real-World Applications & Connections Discussion of Business Ethics Schoolwires Accounting for payroll and taxes Recording merchandising corporation transactions Evaluation: Record transactions using special journals Homework/Class work Posting to subsidiary ledgers Projects/Notebook Preparing adjusting and closing entries Quizzes Preparing a 10 column worksheet Tests Preparing financial statements Complete the merchandising accounting cycle Extra help: Computerized Accounting/Excel Worksheets Lunch/Afterschool room 417 Accounting for Special Procedures Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Advanced Accounting concepts utilized for Assets, Liabilities & Equity Accounting for Cash, investments and Accounts & Notes Receivables Computer Inventory Valuations Accounting for Property, Plant and Equipment assets Accounting for Notes Payable, Accounts payable and other liabilities Accounting for Stockholders' Equity Use and analysis of financial statements and accounting records Class Rules: 1. BE ON TIME TO CLASS 1st late=Warning Additional lates=detention, notify parents, appropriate disciplinary actions 2. BE PREPARED TO WORK Be in your seats and ready to work at the bell. No standing at the door at the beginning or end of the class period 3. FOLLOW COMPUTER CONTRACT Only use computer and Internet when advised to do so and for the purpose intended otherwise appropriate disciplinary action will be taken 4. RESPECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS Raise hands, no bad language, and common courtesy are expected a tall times! 5. HAND IN WORK ON TIME Late work will result in point deductions for each day late 6. NO CHEATING Anyone caught cheating will receive a ZERO and disciplinary action will be taken 7. NO FOOD/DRINK OR GUM IN LAB 8. CLEAN UP YOUR WORK AREA/LOG OFF AT END OF CLASS 9. SCHOOL POLICIES WILL BE ADHERED TO AT ALL TIMES INCLUDING NO CELL PHONES IN CLASS BRING THE FOLLOWING TO CLASS EACH DAY: Textbooks/Workbooks/1" binder & folder to be used as a notebook with paper/Writing instrument (Pencils are required)/Calculators are required Any assignments due Open Mind!