Account First Term Lesson Plan for Senior Secondary School One( SSS 1, SSS 2, SSS 3)

LESSON PLAN FOR 1ST WEEK ENDING 14/09/2020

EDUDELIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: 10/09/2020 CLASS: SS1 SUBJECT: ACCOUNT PERIOD: 4 DURATION: 40MINS PER PERIODS.
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
  The students have been introduced to book-keeping in their previous class in Business Studies. The students are expected to:
1. Define book-keeping and accounting.
2. State the uses/importance of book-keeping and accounting
3. State brief history of book-keeping and accounting.
4. State some professional accounting bodies in the world/Nigeria.
INTRODUCTION TO BOOK-KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING.
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REFERENCE MATERIALS: Simplified and Amplified Book-keeping and Accounting by Femi Longe.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Trace board/chart.
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1: The teacher, Introduces the lesson.
STEP2: Gives the definition of Book-keeping and Accounting.
STEP3: States the Uses/Importance of Book-Keeping and Accounting.
STEP4: Gives brief history of Accounting.
STEP5: States Accounting professional bodies in the World/Nigeria.                  
1. Discussion : Why do you think it is necessary for an organization to adopt an accounting system.
2. Debate: accounting department is more important in an organization than others. ( a group of students to oppose while another group to support the motion)                    
SUMMARY:  The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note
EVALUATION: 1.  Define  book-keeping and accounting                 
2   mention at least five importance of book-keeping and accounting
ASSIGNMENT: 1. Why is it necessary to establish professional bodies in accounting practice
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:  
HOD’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 1ST WEEK ENDING 14/09/2020

EDUDELIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: 10/09/2020 CLASS: SS 2 SUBJECT: ACCOUNT PERIOD:  4 DURATION: 40 MINS PER PERIOD.
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
The students are used to making mistakes on daily bases The students are expected to:
1. State the meaning of accounting errors
2. List the types and classification of accounting errors.
ACCOUNTING ERRORS
REFERENCE MATERIALS: Simplified and Amplified Book-keeping and Accounting by Femi Longe.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Trace board/chart.
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1: The teacher, Introduces the lesson.
STEP2: Gives the definition of Accounting errors.
STEP3: list and explains the types of accounting errors
STEP4: He classifies the accounting errors STEP5: Gives detail explanation to difficult terms                      
Class work: what is the difference between error of principle and error of commission?              
SUMMARY: The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note
EVALUATION: 1. What is error?
2 . States some reasons that necessitate errors.
ASSIGNMENT: State and explain five errors not affecting the trial balance and three errors affecting the trial balance.    
HOD’S SIGNATURE:
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 1ST WEEK ENDING 14/09/2020

EDUDELIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: 10/09/2020 CLASS: SS3 SUBJECT: ACCOUNTING PERIOD: 4 DURATION: 40MINS/PER.
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
The students are familiar to sole trader and partnership accounts. The students are expected to prepare a company income statement COMPANY ACCOUNT
 
 
REFERENCE MATERIALS: Simplified and Amplified Book-keeping and Accounting by Femi Longe.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Trace board/chart.
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1: The teacher, Introduces the lesson. STEP2: Gives the definition of  a company STEP3: He lists and explains the kinds and types of company.                 Discussion: What are the differences between a company income statement and a sole trader income statement?                    
SUMMARY: The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note
EVALUATION: List and explain the various types of company. ASSIGNMENT: list and explain the various documents involved in the formation of a company
2. What advantages has a quoted company over non quoted companies?
HOD’S SIGNATURE:
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LESSON PLAN FOR 1ST WEEK ENDING 14/09/2020

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1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: 10/09/2020 CLASS: SS1 SUBJECT: ECONOMICS PERIOD: 4 DURATION: 40MIN/PER.
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
  The students have been introduced to Economics in Business Studies in their previous class. The students are expected to:
1. Give the meaning of Economics according to various scholars.
2. State the scope of Economics
3. State the reasons and importance of studying Economics
MEANING AND SCOPE OF ECONOMICS
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REFERENCE MATERIALS: Comprehensive Economics for SS1-3 by Johnson Ugoji A.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:  
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1: The teacher, Introduces the lesson.
STEP2: Gives the definition of Economics according to various Scholars..
STEP3: list and explains the various scopes of Economics
STEP4: Gives detail explanation to difficult terms                    
  Brain storming: base on your knowledge of Economics so far, how will you define Economics?                  
SUMMARY:  : The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note
EVALUATION: 1. Define Economics according to any three scholars. ASSIGNMENT: write out at least five importance and scope of economics.
HOD’S SIGNATURE:
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 2nd  WEEK ENDING

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1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: 17/09/2020 CLASS: SS1 SUBJECT: Account PERIOD: 4 DURATION: 40 mins/per

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: The students are familiar with the accounting information and the needs for such information .

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: The students are expected to:

1. State the meaning and concepts and conventions in accounting

2. List and explain at least five concepts and three conventions in accounting.

3. Know the practical application of the principles and convention.

TOPIC: ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS AND CONVENTIONS

REFERENCE MATERIALS: Simplified and Amplified Book-keeping and Accounting by Femi Longe.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Trace board/chart.

PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1. The teacher, review the previous topic
STEP1: Introduces the new lesson.
STEP2: Gives details explanation on the newly introduced topics
STEP3: He lists and explains the kinds and types of company.
STEP4. He gives summary and general discussion on the topic.                  
Class work: list two principles and convention guiding the school accounting recording system.                  
SUMMARY: The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note
EVALUATION:1. differentiate between accounting concepts and conventions ASSIGNMENT: Every organization has its own rules and regulations, on this view write out and explain all the rules guiding accounting practice.
2. List and explain at least five concepts and three conventions in accounting.  
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:
HOD’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 2nd  WEEK ENDING 21/09/18

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1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: 17/09/18 CLASS: SS2 SUBJECT: Account PERIOD: 4 DURATION: 40mins/per.
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
The Students have been introduced to errors in the previous lesson The students are expected to:
1. Identified and correct errors not affecting the trial balance through the journal
2. Define suspense account   and state its uses
3. Correct errors affecting the trial balance.
Accounting Errors
REFERENCE MATERIALS: Simplified and Amplified Book-keeping and Accounting by Femi Longe.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Trace board/chart.
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1: The teacher, Introduces the lesson.
STEP2: Gives examples of accounting errors and their corrections.
STEP3: Give the meaning and uses of suspense account
STEP4: Gives detail explanation to difficult terms                          
  Class work: Essential Financial Accounting page 150 exc.12.1                  
SUMMARY: The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note
EVALUATION: what is suspense account? ASSIGNMENT: simplified and amplified accounting page 368 exc. 6
Differentiate between Journal and suspense account.  
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:
HOD’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 2nd   WEEK ENDING 21/09/18

EDUDELIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: 17/09/2020 CLASS: SS3 SUBJECT: Account PERIOD: DURATION: 40mins/ period
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
  The students are familiar with the income statement of company has been thought in the previous lesson The students are expected to: prepare the company final account using the “ T “  format COMPANY ACCOUNT
 
 
 
REFERENCE MATERIALS: Simplified and Amplified Book-keeping and Accounting by Femi Longe.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Trace board/chart.
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1:                                        
SUMMARY: The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note
EVALUATION: explain in details the major content of a company’s final account? EVALUATION:
  Differentiate between Journal and suspense account.
SUMMARY: The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note SUMMARY: The teacher summarizes the lesson and gives the students note
HOD’S SIGNATURE:
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 1ST WEEK ENDING

EDUDELIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: CLASS: SUBJECT: PERIOD: DURATION:
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
       
 
 
 
 
 
 
REFERENCE MATERIALS:  
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:  
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1:                                        
SUMMARY:
EVALUATION: ASSIGNMENT:
   
   
HOD’S SIGNATURE:
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 1ST WEEK ENDING

EDUDELIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: CLASS: SUBJECT: PERIOD: DURATION:
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
       
 
 
 
 
 
 
REFERENCE MATERIALS:  
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:  
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1:                                        
SUMMARY:
EVALUATION: ASSIGNMENT:
   
   
HOD’S SIGNATURE:
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 1ST WEEK ENDING

EDUDELIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: CLASS: SUBJECT: PERIOD: DURATION:
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
       
 
 
 
 
 
 
REFERENCE MATERIALS:  
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:  
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1:                                        
SUMMARY:
EVALUATION: ASSIGNMENT:
   
   
HOD’S SIGNATURE:
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:

LESSON PLAN FOR 1ST WEEK ENDING

EDUDELIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

DATE: CLASS: SUBJECT: PERIOD: DURATION:
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES: TOPIC:
       
 
 
 
 
 
 
REFERENCE MATERIALS:  
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:  
PRESENTATIONS
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES
STEP1:                                        
SUMMARY:
EVALUATION: ASSIGNMENT:
   
   
HOD’S SIGNATURE:
ASSIST. CO-ORDINATOR’S SIGNATURE:

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