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Articulated Instruction Objectives Guide for Accounting (Module 5.0--Accounting I) (Module 6.0--Accounting II). Project Period, March 1981-February 1982 (Pilot Model). Edition I.

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Abstract: Developed during a project designed to provide a continuous, competency-based line of vocational training in business and office education programs at the secondary and postsecondary levels, this package consists of an instructor s guide and learning modules for use in Accounting I and II. Various aspects of implementing and articulating secondary and postsecondary accounting courses are covered, including course content, performance standards, student-teacher agreements, suggested instructional times, tasks addressed in the courses, outcome-referenced measures, equipment needed, and references. Among those topics addressed in the 30 task sheets of the first module are principles of debit and credit, preparing schedules of accounts payable and accounts receivable, preparing income and capital statements, preparing accounting data for computer processing, tax returns, and journal entries. Dealt with in the 21 task sheets of the second module are similar but more advanced principles of accounting. Each task sheet contains some or all of the following: performance objectives, performance actions, suggested instruction times, performance standards, and related technical information. (MN)

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