University Final Project: The Palmer Drug Abuse Program For my group’s final project we chose the local organization Palmer’s Drug Abuse Center. The reason why we choose this organization to incorporate into as our final project is because we thought that their goals and priorities fit with the issues that were discussed throughout the semester. The Palmer Drug Abuse Program began in 1971 at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas. The Palmer Drug Abuse Program is a fellowship of young people, adults and parents who share their experience love and understanding that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from the effects of mind-changing chemicals. . The Palmer Drug Abuse Program is non-sectarian and the primary requirement for membership is the desire to live a chemical-free life. Its primary purpose is to carry our love and understanding to others, and to practice the principals of love and honesty in our daily lives, with the help of God, as we understand Him. The way that I helped with our project was doing the interview with the program. The way that I did this was by calling ahead and having questions ready to ask them. I asked them about their primary goals, their history, and their symbols. The most interesting aspect was both their history and their symbol. Their history goes all the way back to the spring of 1971 in Houston Texas. In 1980, when performer Carol Burnett was searching for effective treatment for her daughter, she took her to PDAP in Texas, and then took steps to bring PDAP to southern California. Very soon after PDAP of Los Angeles was opened, two families began commuting from Ventura County four times a week to attend meetings. The two families grew to twenty, and in 1981 a satellite program was begun in Camarillo. A Board of Directors was formed to develop local financial support and build a stable base from which to keep expanding services to meet the needs of Ventura County families. In 1984, PDAP became a member agency of United Way of Ventura County. During 1988, PDAP of Los Angeles ceased functioning as an independent agency, and PDAP of Ventura County filed for
Journal Article Review Outline
*Don’t forget to include a cover page and works cited page
1. Independent Variable – The independent variable is the addition or removal of a basketball into or out of the hands of an assistant. This is performed by a passersby among a group of people, who serve to create an interruption during a conversation where the subject is being asked for directions by the assistant.
2. Dependent Variable – The dependent variable is the subjects’ ability to recall the change…
Long term financial liabilities (chapter 14)
If non-interest bearing, record at Present value (PV) - similar accounting for short term notes (see Chp 13).
DR Asset = cash equivalent of received
CR Note payable = PV
If Journal entry does not balance, determine the account
Effective interest method to calculate interest expense
1. DR interest expense (CV x market rate x #/12).
2. CR Cash or interest payable (if accruing) = cash amount to be paid (face value…
This is the main idea of your “dossier” which will be a reflective/learning journal
Learning Journal this is the main evaluation of Research Methods course your
presentations will be also included as part of this evaluation
NOTE: if you use hyperlinks to other google docs, make sure to give me permission to
edit the document, just “share/partager” and then change permission so “anyone can
view” or add me specifically “email@example.com”
● take notes, reflect upon, and write down thoughts and experiences (related to…
What is required to be handed in
for hand in
Chart of Accounts
All journal entries from source document data
Using a file with the correct journals provided:
Journal entries posted to the general ledger and subsidiary ledgers
Subsidiary ledgers reconciled to control accounts
Using a file with…
Account Titles and Explanation
H. Paris, Capital
Investment by owner
Purchase Insurance Policy for cash
5 Office Supplies
Purchase office supplies for cash
Cash received for services
31 Utilities Expense
Journal entry 1 session2
With the help of the exercises in this session, I have been able to see where i stand, concerning my learning styles.
After completing the questions i noticed that most of m scores were along the same lines. The Discovery Wheel showed me that I mostly exceed in Note Taking skills and need to improve my test taking skills. I was not surprised to see that note taking was one of my better skills as i taking pride in the note i take. Currently i am in the General Studies-…
At the end of the week's activities or at the end of a unit of instruction, students reflect on the cumulative activities. This activity encourages students to review past experiences and plan for future applications. The act of writing reinforces what was learned.
Divide paper into three sections. Record "What I Did," "What I Learned," and "How I Can Use It."
In a Reflective Journal entry the student identifies the activity, then reflects on the material…
each. This comparison will show the differences between Bonds Payable, Notes Payable, Mortgage Payable and Capital Leases. It will be followed by an example of a journal entry showing the settlement of the Notes Payable by giving up land.
Characteristics of Long-Term Liabilities
Bonds Payable Notes Payable Mortgage Payable Capital Leases
~ have a maturity date and carry an interest rate. ~ can be short-term debt if the note is expected to be paid back within one year or one operating cycle – whichever…
Here are about 20 inference problems similar to those in Notes 4 that we covered in class on August 19th. These are NOT assigned as homework, and are NOT required. They are available as additional problems for any student who would like more practice. There are four sections; section 1 has missing data (Type I) inference problems; sections 2 & 3 have missing transaction (Type II) inference problems - the problems in section 3 are significantly more difficult than those in section 2. Finally,…
Chapter 13 – Marketable Securities
Be familiar with the differences between held-to-maturity, trading, and available-for-sale securities (what are the implications of classifying a security as one or the other)
Be able to make the following journal entries associated with held-to-maturity, trading, and available-for-sale securities:
2. Change in fair value
3. Receipt of interest or dividends
4. Sale of security for a gain or loss
Understand the difference between net income and other…