Nelson, J. H. (Professor of business)||File, Clinton M.
M.S. Ed. (Master of Education)
Department of Business
Accounting--Study and teaching
Statement of the Problem. The problem of this investigation is to determine the fundamental arithmetical skills needed by students of beginning high school bookkeeping and how these fundamental arithmetical skills are applied to various aspects of beginning high school bookkeeping instruction as revealed by a standard bookkeeping textbook. Sub-Problems. 1. To analyze the fundamental arithmetical skills needed by students in beginning high school bookkeeping as determined by business educators. 2. To determine the fundamental arithmetical skills needed by students in beginning high school bookkeeping. 3. To determine the application of the fundamental arithmetical skills to various phases of beginning high school bookkeeping.
Birkholz, John R., "An analysis of the application of arithmetical skills to beginning bookkeeping instruction" (1959). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 1120.
iv, 51 pages
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