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1 Business Education 1 Based on the standards set forth by the Missouri Show Me Standards 2 Based on the standards set forth by the National Business Education Standards for Accounting

2 Missouri Show Me Standards 1 Students in Missouri Public Schools will acquire the knowledge and skills to gather, analyze and apply information and ideas 1 Develop questions and ideas to initiate and refine research 2 Conduct research to answer questions and evaluate information and ideas 3 Design and conduct field and laboratory investigations to study nature and society 4 Use technological tools and other resources to locate, select, and organize information 5 Comprehend and evaluate written, visual and oral presentations and works 6 Discover and evaluate patterns and relationships in information, ideas, and structures 7 Evaluate the accuracy of information and the reliability of its sources 8 Organize data, information, and ideas into useful forms (including charts, graphs & outlines) for analysis or presentation 9 Identify, analyze, and compare the institutions, traditions and art forms of past and present societies 10 Apply acquired information, ideas and skills to different contexts as students, workers, citizens and consumers 2 Students in Missouri Public Schools will acquire the knowledge and skills to communicate effectively within and beyond the classroom 1 Plan and make written, oral and visual presentations for a variety of purposes and audiences 2 Review and revise communications to improve accuracy and clarity 3 Exchange information, questions and ideas while recognizing the perspectives of others 4 Present perceptions and ideas regarding works of the arts, humanities and sciences 5 Perform or produce works in the fine and practical arts 6 Apply communication techniques to the job search and to the workplace 7 Use technological tools to exchange information and ideas 2

3 Missouri Show Me Standards (continued) 3 Students in Missouri Public Schools will acquire the knowledge and skills to recognize and solve problems 1 Identify problems and define their scope and elements 2 Develop and apply strategies based on ways others have prevented or solved problems 3 Develop and apply strategies based on one s own experience in preventing or solving problems 4 Evaluate the processes used in recognizing and solving problems 5 Reason inductively from a set of specific facts and deductively from general premises 6 Examine problems and proposed solutions from multiple perspectives 7 Evaluate the extent to which a strategy addresses the problem 8 Assess costs, benefits and other consequences of proposed solutions 4 Students in Missouri Public schools will acquire the knowledge and skills to make decisions and act as responsible members of society 1 Explain reasoning and identify information used to support decisions 2 Understand and apply the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in Missouri and the United States 3 Analyze the duties and responsibilities of individuals in societies 4 Recognize and practice honesty and integrity in academic work and in the workplace 5 Develop, monitor and revise plans of action to meet deadlines and accomplish goals 6 Identify tasks that require a coordinated effort and work with others to complete those tasks 7 Identify and apply practices that preserve and enhance the safety and health of self and others 8 Explore, prepare for and seek educational and job opportunities 3

4 National Business Education Standards for Accounting 1 The Accounting Cycle Complete and explain the purpose of the various steps in the accounting cycle 2 The Accounting Process Apply generally accepted accounting principles to determine the value of assets, liabilities and owner s equity 3 Financial Statements Prepare, interpret, and analyze financial statements using manual and computerized systems for service, merchandising, and manufacturing businesses 4 Special Applications Apply appropriate accounting principles to payroll, income taxation, managerial systems, and various forms of ownership 5 Interpretation and Use of Data Use planning and control principles to evaluate the performance of an organization and apply differential analysis and present-value concepts to make decisions 4

5 Business Education Objectives

6 Microcomputers 1 1 Standards Objectives 1.1 Research and explain how technology has affected one area of society 1.8 Create tabulations and tables to organize data and Create database for mail merge 1.9 Present keyboarding skill as a lifetime skill 2.3 Manipulate and format text and graphics 2.7 Import information from online and network sources and Use to present information 3.3 Use HELP to solve problems in formatting and content manipulation 4.4 Discuss ethics issues surrounding works cited 4.5 Set deadlines and stress their importance both in academics and in the work place 4.8 Learn the touch typing method and word processing software 6

7 Computer Applications 1 Standards 1.4,1.5,1.8, 2.1,2.2,2.7 Objectives Demonstrate proficiency in the software application of Power Point by creating and presenting an electronic presentation using basic and advanced elements and following presentation guidelines discussed in class 1.4,1.5,1.8, 2.1,2.2,2.7 Demonstrate proficiency in the software application of Excel by creating spreadsheets that can perform simple mathematical functions and contain basic and advanced elements 1.1,1.2,1.4, 1.7 Assess the validity of websites by using website evaluation techniques 4.2,4.3,4.7 Operate in a safe manner when using the internet by practicing safety guidelines when using instant messaging, chat rooms, , networking sites, and internet surfing 1.1,1.4,1.6 Demonstrate how to search effectively on the internet using Boolean search techniques 7

8 Computer Graphics and Publications 1 Standards Objectives 1.4,2.1,2.2 Create attractive publications through the use of text, frames, color, graphics 1.5,1.6 Analyze online and written documents for design layout based on layout criteria and apply principles and techniques of publication design 1.8 Work with tabs and create tables to present information and manipulate text and data 2.7 Use to submit completed work 2.7 Use import and export technology 3.3 Use the HELP menu to solve problems 4.4 Document text and graphics used in publications 4.5 Require tasks being completed on time, and stress the importance of deadlines in the workplace 4.8 Research the field of Graphic Design and report on qualifications required 8

9 Web Design and HTML 1 Standards Objectives 1.2,1.5,1.7 Examine several web sites and evaluate design, ease of use, and accuracy of information 1,8 Create a flow chart to organize data for a web site and create tables and tabulations within a web page 2.1,2.2,2.7 Create a personal web site 3.1 Solve problems that arise in implementing application software 4.4 Address plagiarism in researching content for web site 4.8 Explore job opportunities in web design 9

10 Accounting 2 Standards Objectives 1 Identify career opportunities in the accounting field 1 Describe the types of businesses and organizations that hire accountants 1 Compare for-profit businesses and non-profit organizations Describe and explain the differences among service, merchandising, and manufacturing businesses Compare the sole proprietorship, partnership, and corporate forms of business List and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each type of business organization 1 Describe the purpose of accounting 1 Describe the three basic assumptions that underlie accounting principles 2 Apply basic accounting concepts 2 Apply basic accounting terminology 2 Describe the relationship between property and financial claims 2 Explain the meaning of equity as it is used in accounting 2 List and define each part of the accounting equation 2 Check the balance of the accounting equation after a business transaction has been analyzed and recorded 2 Prepare a chart of accounts 2 2 Apply the rules of debit and credit to asset, liability, and owner s equity accounts Use T accounts to analyze a business transaction into its debit and credit parts 2 Demonstrate the effects of transactions on the accounting equation 2 Identify the normal balance of accounts 2 Calculate account balances after recording business transactions 2 Analyze transactions that effect assets, liabilities, and owners equity 10

11 Accounting 2 (continued) Standards Objectives 2 Explain the difference between permanent and temporary accounts 2 Apply the rules of debit and credit to revenue, expense, and withdrawals accounts 2 Use the six step method to analyze transactions 2 Prove the equality of debits and credits 2 Describe the steps to make a journal entry 2 Correct errors in journal entries 2 Post general journal entries to the ledger 2 Prepare a trial balance 2 Record correcting entries in a general journal 3 Describe and explain the parts of a work sheet 3 Prepare a six column work sheet 3 Calculate net income or net loss 3 Explain the purpose of an income statement, statement of changes in owner s equity, and a balance sheet 3 Prepare an income statement, statement of changes in owner s equity and balance sheet 3 Explain the purpose of the income summary account 3 Journalize closing entries 3 Post closing entries to the ledger 3 Prepare a post-closing trail balance 3 Prepare a check stub and a check 3 Prepare a bank reconciliation 3 Journalize and post bank service charges 4 Prepare time cards 4 Prepare a payroll register 4 Prepare an employee s earning record 11

12 Accounting 2 (continued) Standards Objectives 4 Journalize the entries to record salaries and deductions 4 Journalize the entries to record the employer s payroll taxes 4 Post the entries for payroll to the ledger accounts 12

13 Business Administration 1 Standards 1.4,1.5,1.8, 2.1,2.7 Objectives Create a variety of business correspondence including personal business and business letters, memos, , traditional resumes and scannable format resumes 1.1,1.2,1.4 Analyze skills and abilities required in a variety of career options and relate them to individual skills and abilities 4.5,4.8 Use a career planning process that includes self-assessment, personal development, and a career portfolio as a way to gain initial entry into the workplace 2.2,2.6,4.8 Demonstrate job-seeking skills required in the interview process 1.10,2.6 Assess personal, educational, and career skills that are transferable among various jobs 1.10,3.1 Assess current economic happenings and relate to impact on job market and employment opportunities 13

14 Personal Finance 1 Standards Objectives 1.1,1.4,1.8 Identify components and sources of income 2.6,4.3,4.8 Analyze how career choice, education, skills, and economic conditions affect income and goal attainment 4.3 Relate taxes, government transfer payments, and employee benefits to disposable income 3.1 Explain how limited personal financial resources affect the choices people make 3.8 Interpret the opportunity costs of financial decisions 3.5,3.8 Evaluate the consequences of personal financial decisions 3.3,3.4,4.1 Apply a decision-making process to personal financial choices 3.1,3.5 Summarize how inflation affects spending and saving decisions 3.2 Evaluate how insurance (e.g., auto, home, life, medical and long-term health) and other risk management strategies protect against financial loss 1.1,1.4,4.5 Design a financial plan (budget) for earning, spending, saving, and investing 2.3 Demonstrate how to use the services available from financial institutions 4.1 Analyze the role of the Federal Reserve in controlling the money supply 3.4 Compare the benefits and costs of alternatives in spending decisions 1.2 Evaluate information about products and services 1.1,1.5 Compare the advantages and disadvantages of different payment methods 3.4 Analyze the benefits and cost of consumer credit 1.10 Compare sources of consumer credit (e.g., credit cards, consumer loans, auto loans, student loans) 1.4 Evaluate the terms and conditions of credit cards and consumer loans 1.2,3.4 Evaluate factors that affect credit worthiness 1.10 Explain the purpose and components of credit records 14

15 Personal Finance 1 (continued) Standards Objectives 4.2 Demonstrate awareness of consumer protection and information 3.4 Propose ways to avoid or correct credit problems 4.3 Describe the rights and responsibilities of buyers and sellers under consumer protection laws 3.8 Compare consumer choices for saving and investing 4.1 Explain the relationship between saving and investing 3.8 Examine reasons for saving and investing, e.g., time value of money 2.7 Compare the risk, return, liquidity, manageability, and tax aspects of investment alternatives 3.8 Demonstrate how to buy and sell investments 3.8 Analyze factors affecting the rate of return on investments 4.1 Evaluate sources of investment information 4.7 Examine how agencies that regulate financial markets protect investors 1.1,1.2,1.4 Demonstrate how to evaluate advisors credentials and how to select professional advisors and their services 15

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