PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN LEVELS 1-4

PSYCHOMOTOR LEVEL 1 PERCEPTION

Initial Version:

Objective:         By the end of this lesson, given a list of terms and definitions, lecture, demonstration, practice, a sample transaction, and accounting work papers, each student will differentiate between the debit and credit in a business transaction and select the account numbers to be used in journalizing the transaction.

Test Question:

Differentiate between the debit and credit in the following business transaction and select the account numbers to be used in journalizing the transaction:

            On April 1, 2004, Frank Smith invested $10,000 to start his fast food restaurant.

Revised Version (revisions are in bold text):

Objective:         By the end of this lesson, given a list of terms and definitions, lecture, demonstration, practice, a sample transaction, and accounting work papers, each student will differentiate between the debit and credit in a business transaction by recording them in the appropriate columns in the general journal.

Test Question:

Differentiate between the debit and credit in the following business transaction by recording them in the appropriate columns in the general journal:

            On April 1, 2004, Frank Smith invested $10,000 to start his fast food restaurant.

PSYCHOMOTOR LEVEL 2 SET OR MINDSET

Initial Version:

Objective:         By the end of this lesson, given a list of terms and definitions, lecture, demonstration, practice, a sample transaction, and accounting work papers, each student will select five business transactions and record the account numbers and amounts to be debited and credited in his/her notebook daily.

Test Question:

Each day during lab, select five business transactions and record the account numbers and amounts to be debited and credited in your notebook.

No Revision Required

PSYCHOMOTOR LEVEL 3 GUIDED RESPONSE

Initial Version:

Objective:         By the end of this lesson, given a list of terms and definitions, lecture, demonstration, practice, a sample transaction, and accounting work papers, each student will select five business transactions and record them in the general journal correctly.

Test Question:

Select five business transactions and record them in the general journal.

No Revision Required

PSYCHOMOTOR LEVEL 4 MECHANISM

Initial Version:

Objective:         By the end of this lesson, given a list of terms and definitions, lecture, demonstration, practice, a sample transaction, and accounting work papers, each student will select five business transactions and record them in the general journal correctly without referring to notes.

Test Question:

Select five business transactions and record them in the general journal without referring to your notes.

No Revision Required