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ERIC Number: ED059474
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 78
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The Why and What of Bookkeeping. Administrative Management Course Program.
Small Business Administration, Washington, DC.
One of a series of publications directed toward teaching management skills to the small-business man, "The Why and What of Bookkeeping" was prepared to aid in teaching one session of a basic course. It contains materials for a 45- to 60-minute lecture, which is usually followed by a discussion period. Sections of booklet concern: (1) The Lesson Plan--an outline of the material covered, presented in two columns, one of which is the outline and the other is a step-by-step indication of procedure; (2) The Presentation--a subject presentation; (3) The Visual Aids--photographic copies of the set of visual aids that are available; the subject presentation and lesson plan are keyed to the visuals; (4) The Supply Department--materials that may be reproduced locally for distribution to course participants; (5) Cases in Point--short actual small-business management cases; (6) The Incubator--ideas for stimulating further thought and discussion by the participants. A bibliography is provided, and a listing is given of Small Business Administration Field Offices. (DB)
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 20402 ($1.50); Small Business Administration, Washington, D. C. 20416 (on loan basis)
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Authoring Institution: Small Business Administration, Washington, DC.