Accounting I


The Accounting I course encompasses a career in the financial information and transactions sector. Students will formulate and interpret financial information for use in management decision making. Such activities students will participate in include understanding bookkeeping, systems design, analysis and interpretation of accounting information.

ico_teksmet.svg Percentage of TEKS Met 95.77%
ico_totallessons.svg Total Lessons 21
ico_gradelevel.svg Grade Level 10-12
ico_projact.svg Projects & Activities 149
ico_assessments.svg Assessments 65
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Robert Lin
President, Food Concepts Int.

Darla McAndrew
Human Resource Administrator, Senior Professional in Human Resources

Carolyn B. Cooksie
Associate Administrator Operations Management, U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency

Dale Moore
Deputy Executive Director of Public Policy, American Farm Bureau Federation

SAMPLE LESSON | The Accounting Industry

Each lesson includes media-rich presentations, a pre-made lesson plan, assessments and engaging real-world projects and activities. To get an idea of what iCEV offers, explore the sample lesson and resources below.


  • Mathematics in the Workplace
  • The Accounting Industry          
  • Accounting Cycle: Service Business      
  • Accounting Cycle: Corporation
  • Accounting for Business Stability         
  • Accounting Fundamentals: Cash Controls
  • Accounting Fundamentals: Journals    
  • Accounting Fundamentals: Accounts Payable
  • Accounting Fundamentals: Accounts Receivable
  • Accounting Fundamentals: Inventory
  • Accounting Fundamentals: Payroll      
  • Accounting Laws & Regulations            
  • Ethical Practices in Business Finance  
  • Ethics in Business          
  • Skills for Real World Survival   
  • Graduate Tips & Advice: Importance
    of Work Ethic  
  • Employability Skills        
  • Decision Making
  • Communication Styles   
  • Written Communication Practices       
  • Public Speaking Basics