Dan Boynton

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Accounting Course Description and Syllabus

Instructor: Dan Boynton

B.S. Business Administration – Illinois State University 1981 B.S. Business Education – Illinois State University 1985

Textbook: Century 21 Accounting for Multicolumn Journals 11e Gilbertson Lehman & Ross CENGAGE Publishing

Description: Accounting is a two semester course designed to introduce our students to the basic accounting cycle for both Proprietorships and Corporations using GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles)

First Semester Syllabus:

Accounting for a Service Business Organized as a Proprietorship

First Semester Evaluation:

Chapters (80%)

8 Chapter Exams

8 Chapter Worksheet Projects

8 Chapter Quizzes & Crosswords

2 - Reinforcement Activities

Semester Final Exam (20%)

Second Semester Syllabus:

Accounting for a Merchandising Business Organized as a Corporation

Second Semester Evaluation:

Chapters (80%)

9 Chapter Exams

9 Chapter Packets

9 Chapter Quizzes & Crosswords

2 Reinforcement Activities

Semester Final Exam (20%)

Business Computer Applications Course Description and Syllabus

Instructor: Dan Boynton

B.S. Business Administration – Illinois State University 1981 B.S. Business Education – Illinois State University 1985

Textbook: Microsoft Office 2016 Vol 1 – Pearson Publishing; Poatsy & Grauer

Course Description:

Business Computer Applications is a one semester course that is required for graduation. The course is divided into four units as shown below:

Syllabus:

Unit 1 – Keyboarding Review. Typing.com and Typingtest.com. – 6 Weeks

Evaluation: 7 – 3’ Timed Writings @ 20 Pts. Each (Max of 10 each for WPM & Accuracy)

Unit 2 – Microsoft Office Word – 4 Weeks

Evaluation: 4 Projects @ 50 Pts. Ea. 4 Chapter Quizzes @ 10 Pts. Ea. Unit Exam 50 Pts.

Unit 3 – Microsoft Office Excel – 4 Weeks

Evaluation: 4 Projects @ 50 Pts. Ea. 4 Chapter Quizzes @ 10 Pts. Ea. Unit Exam 50 Pts.

Unit 4 – Microsoft Office Power Point – 4 Weeks

Evaluation: 4 Projects @ 50 Pts. Ea. 4 Chapter Quizzes @ 10 Pts. Ea. Unit Exam 50 Pts.

Semester Final Exam – 1 Project each from Word, Excel, and Power Point. 20% of Semester Grade

Consumer Economics Course Description and Syllabus

Instructor: Dan Boynton

B.S. Business Administration – Illinois State University 1981 B.S. Business Education – Illinois State University 1985

Textbook: Managing Your Personal Finances 7e

Ryan & Ryan

Southwestern CENGAGE Publishing

Description: Consumer Economics is a one semester course that is required for graduation by both the district and the state. The course is divided into four units as follows:

Syllabus:

Unit 1 – Consumer Economics; “Keeping it Real”

Needs vs Wants. Values and Goals. Relationships within the Marketplace.

Unit 2 – Financial Common Sense; “Think or You’ll Sink”

Income vs Expenses. Assets and Liabilities. Game planning for Long Term Financial Success. Robert Kiyosaki’s and Dave Ramsey’s basic theories of financial success are presented.

Unit 3 – Consumer Budgeting and Recordkeeping; “The Month vs. The Money”

Checking, Savings, and Money Market Accounts. Budgeting Principles and Percentages. Debit vs Credit Cards. Budget Simulation and Recordkeeping Project. Checkbook Reconciliation Project.

Unit 4 – Consumer Potpourri; “The Ball’s in Your Court Now”

Insurance. Transportation. Housing. Investment Basics.

Evaluation:

Units (80%)

  • 4 Unit Exams
  • 18 Weekly Current Event Articles
  • Crosswords, Quizzes, Homework, & Projects

Semester Final Exam (20%)

Introduction to Business Course Description and Syllabus

Instructor: Dan Boynton

B.S. Business Administration – Illinois State University 1981 B.S. Business Education – Illinois State University 1985

Textbook: Principles of Business 9e Dlabay – Burrow – Kleindl Southwestern CENGAGE Learning

Description:

Introduction to Business is a two semester course that introduces our students to many general concepts of business including Operations, Marketing, Finance, and Management. Emphasis is placed upon learning from successful entrepreneurs and authors during the first semester, then applying that knowledge into a business plan project in the second semester.

Syllabus:

Quarter 1 – Business in the Global Economic Environment: Chapters 1-4

Project: Entrepreneur Biography Paper and Presentation

Quarter 2 – Business Organization and Management: Chapters 5-8

Project: Book Report and Presentation

Quarter 3 – Business Operations and Technology: Chapters 10-12

Project: Business Plan; Sections

Quarter 4 – Business Operations and Technology, cont.: Chapters 13 & 14

Project: Business Plan; Complete plus Presentations

Evaluation – Semester 1:

Quarter 1 (40%): 4 Chapter Exams

4 Chapter Quizzes

4 Chapter Activities

Entrepreneur Biography Paper

Entrepreneur Biography Presentation

Quarter 2 (40%): 5 Chapter Exams

5 Chapter Quizzes

5 Chapter Activities

Book Report

Book Report Presentation

Semester Final Exam (20%)

Evaluation – Semester 2:

Quarter 3 (40%): 3 Chapter Exams

3 Chapter Quizzes

3 Chapter Activities

Business Plan Sections

Quarter 4 (40%): 2 Chapter Exams

2 Chapter Quizzes

2 Chapter Activities

Business Plan

Business Plan Presentation

Semester Final Exam (20%)