The past few weeks in this course has been amazing. I have learned so much about the world around me, and I see differently when I look at my surroundings. Things that didn’t make sense before now make perfect sense. When I began my communication project, I thought “oh this will be simple, I’ll just put some things together that look pretty” To my surprise pretty might send a message, but it won’t sent the message of my intent. I started the process for my final project by constructing and outline. The outline was not as polished as the one that was required for the assignment, but it was very helpful with organizing my thoughts. It also helped me to determine where I was going overboard, and potentially crowding. My outline also helped me to determine that one page was not going to deliver the message for me. That is when I decided that Power point would be the appropriate medium of delivery. With Microsoft Power point I am able to deliver my idea which is a little less simple. My intention is to deliver a visual message that is relaxing, but evokes deep thought about what my intention as the author is. The process of constructing this visual has required a great deal of research as well as back and forth with what stays and what goes. I think that if I had failed to complete the research and outline my final project would be some things that just look pretty together. The intent of my message is advertising for a restaurant. It is intended to deliver a calming effect
April 1, 2015
Two New Accusers Say Bill Cosby Drugged, Sexually Assualted Them
March 27, 2015, Piya Sinha-Roy, had written an article for Reuters.com titled “Two New Accusers Say Bill Cosby Drugged, Sexually Assualted Them,” stating that two more alleged women had came forward with what has been known as being drugged and sexually assaulted by the famous comedian and actor, Bill Cosby. Cosby has been working alongside with celebrity attorney, Gloria…
Journal #5 Ornstein
English 101/Section 6
Ornstein is one that was late to twitter, but one day as she was sitting with her daughter in their front yard she was noticing the scenery while they were listing to E. B. White and she thought what a perfect time to tweet. She argues in her story that nowadays we have a tendency to tweet every feeling we get, every time we are feeling some type of way we have to tell all of our followers. She also says how we are all hooked on it…
English Writing 302
5 February 2015
Ackerman writes on page 301 that we can “never leave the palace of our perceptions.” If our sensory experiences are experiences in the brain, what case can we make for our bodies? Also, are our experiences illusions?
The brain is the center of all activity we sense and experience. Without our brain, we wouldn't be able to process and take in the sensory information from the world around us. However…
are and what they mean. Another way to challenge a teen is to set reachable goals. By setting goals students will improve their academic performance. The student will be able to see what they have done and what they are capable of doing. Keeping a journal of what the goals are and marking when they have…
Feb. 23 2014
To The Office of First Year Program and Learning Communities:
My name is XXX, currently a junior student who is studying Management Information System at University of Connecticut. As one of the closest friends of CCC Yang, and also one of the international students who heard a lot about CCC’s excellent performance and hard work as a First Year Experience Mentor, I would like to recommend CCC Yang as a candidate for the First Year Experience Mentor Award. In her position as First…
Reading Response Log: Into the Wild (Ch. 1-5)
*I recommend reading each chapter all of the way through before trying to respond to the quotation for that chapter.
Directions: Respond to each quotation copied for you below. This includes explaining its context (when is it said?/what is it talking about?), its literary features if any (ex. allusion or imagery), and connections you make between the quotation and the text, the quotation and other texts, or the quotation…
Alcohol Consumption by Adolescents," NBER Working Paper No. 9676, May 2003.
4. H. Saffer, "Alcohol Advertising and Motor Vehicle Fatalities," Review of Economics and Statistics, 79 (3) (August 1997).
5. H. Saffer, "Alcohol Advertising Bans and Alcohol Abuse: An International Perspective," Journal of Health Economics, 10 (1991).iversity. His profile appears later in this issue.
2. At low levels of advertising, increasing marginal product is also possible.
3. H. Saffer and D. Dave, "Alcohol…
EXPLAIN WHAT AN ACCOUNT IS AND HOW IT HELPS IN THE RECORDING PROCESS.
DEFINE DEBITS AND CREDITS AND ILLUSTRATE HOW THEY ARE USED TO RECORD BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS.
DESCRIBE THE BASIC STEPS IN THE RECORDING PROCESS.
EXPLAIN WHAT A JOURNAL IS AND HOW IT HELPS IN THE RECORDING PROCESS, AND JOURNALIZE BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS.
EXPLAIN WHAT A LEDGER IS AND HOW IT HELPS IN THE RECORDING PROCESS.
EXPLAIN WHAT POSTING IS AND HOW IT HELPS IN THE RECORDING PROCESS.
EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE OF, AND…
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 a correct trial balance