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Cambridge International AS & A Level Accounting Digital Teacher's Resource
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  • ISBN:9781108828727
  • Format:eBooks
  • Subject(s):Accounting
  • Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
  • Author(s):Deborah Malpas, Michael Seagrove, Julie Whatford
  • Available from: January 2022

This series supports teachers and students of Cambridge International AS & A Level Accounting (9706) for examination from 2023.

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    Bring new ideas and inspiration into your Cambridge International AS & A Level Accounting classroom with our digital teacher’s resource. Our first edition for AS & A Level Accounting, this resource is filled with step-by-step lesson plans, differentiation and language advice, as well as downloadable materials, such as PowerPoint presentations and worksheets to save you valuable lesson planning time.

  • Contents
    • A learning objectives box at the start of every lesson contains learning intentions and success criteria to ensure your lessons remain focussed

    • Step-by-step lesson ideas, including group activities, individual tasks and differentiation advice guide your teaching and bring new ideas into your lessons

    • Language support for English as a second language learners in every chapter ensures that language level isn’t a blocker to learning

    • Downloadable materials, such as PowerPoint presentations and topic worksheets, save lesson-planning time and can be used offline

    • Common misconceptions help address student misunderstandings and support every learner

    • Your digital teacher’s resource gives you access to everything you need - choose from editable Word files or PDFs to make lesson planning simple 

    • Access all your Cambridge resources anytime, anywhere and create your own collection in ‘My Resources’ 

    • Introduction
    • About the authors
    • How to use this series
    • How to use this Teacher's Resource
    • Lesson plan template and exemplar
    • About the syllabus
    • About the examination
    • Approaches to teaching and learning
    • Teaching notes, supporting materials and answers
    • Part I The accounting system
    • Chapter 1: Double-entry bookkeeping: Cash transactions
    • Chapter 2: Double-entry bookkeeping: Credit transactions
    • Chapter 3: The books of prime entry
    • Chapter 4: Balancing accounts
    • Chapter 5: The classification of accounts and division of the ledger
    • Chapter 6: The trial balance
    • Part II Financial accounting
    • Chapter 7: Statements of profit or loss for sole traders
    • Chapter 8: Statements of financial position for sole traders
    • Chapter 9: Accounting concepts
    • Chapter 10: Accruals and prepayments (the matching concept)
    • Chapter 11: Accounting for the depreciation of non-current assets
    • Chapter 12: Irrecoverable debts
    • Chapter 13: Bank reconciliation statements
    • Chapter 14: Control accounts
    • Chapter 15: The correction of errors
    • Chapter 16: Introduction to incomplete records
    • Chapter 17: Incomplete records - further considerations
    • Chapter 18: Partnership accounts
    • Chapter 19: Partnership changes
    • Chapter 20: Manufacturing businesses
    • Chapter 21: An introduction to limited company accounts
    • Chapter 22: Limited companies – Further considerations
    • Chapter 23: Non-profit making organisations (clubs and societies)
    • Chapter 24: Statements of cash flows
    • Chapter 25: Auditing and stewardship
    • Chapter 26: International accounting standards
    • Chapter 27: Computerised accounting systems
    • Chapter 28: Business acquisition and merger
    • Chapter 29: Ethical considerations
    • Chapter 30: Accounting information for stakeholders
    • Chapter 31: Analysis and communication of accounting information
    • Part III: Cost and management accounting
    • Chapter 32: Costing of materials and labour
    • Chapter 33: Absorption costing
    • Chapter 34: Unit, job and batch costing
    • Chapter 35: Marginal costing
    • Chapter 36: Activity-based costing
    • Chapter 37: Budgeting and budgetary control
    • Chapter 38: Standard costing
    • Chapter 39: Investment appraisal.
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