Module 2 Review
1. Trudy has purchased a bottle of vitamins for her daughter. The vitamins are colored and there are 21 red, 24 green,
16 orange, and 14 purple. When choosing one vitamin, what is the probability of choosing:
a. a red vitamin?
b. a purple
Accounting Basics Tips and Tricks
Basic Accounting Equation (ALE):
ASSETS = LIABILITIES + EQUITY
1) INCOME STATEMENT Revenue (largest to smallest) minus expenses (largest to smallest, w/ misc. at the bottom) =
Everyone as a child had ideas of what he or she wanted to be when they grew up. Being
an accountant isnt the first idea to some. The accounting field wasnt something that I have
always dreamt about following as a career that I could see my
Ethics in Accounting
As well as any other workplace, ethics in accounting is very essential to those in an
accounting firm or company. Ethics is all about morals, making positive judgements, and doing
right from wrong. Ethics in accounting is recognized a
The class assignments in the MyAccountingLab System are available 24/7.
This schedule and the assignment due dates are subject to change by the instructor.
In case you are interested, I am teaching this same class in the classroom at 6pm
Service Organizations vs.
Service organizations sell time to earn
Examples include accounting firms, law
firms, and plumbing services
x These have been ou
as cash is received.
as cash isrreceived
as they are earned.
as they areearned
Research on Leadership Styles
Many research studies could be categorized under the
heading of style approach, only a few strongly
represent the idea
University of Michigan
Studies by Bl
SCHOOL - AGE
From six to twelve years
The child moves from the small circle of his family to the larger realm of school /
Makes comparisons of his family with those of his friends.
Peer group is becoming increasingly more important.
Chapter One- School-Age Care: A
OF SCHOOL-AGE CARE
1894 Beginning of after school care for
children. The Buffalo Charity Organization
Society allowed school age children to
assist with chores after school.
Name of Activity: Life Cycle of a frog
Content Area: Science
Appropriate Age Group: 4
SC Standards: Instruction in science is part of the curriculum for children PreK12 that shall consist of experiences and activities which will enhance their
Megan Doctor (SAC200)
The People in Child Care Chapter 1
1. List the reasons child care workers need a knowledge of child development?
*Children need security; you provide a secure environment.
*Children need to trust themselves and others; you show you c
Megan Doctor (SAC 200)
Families: Where Children Are Nurtured Chapter 3
1. How has the definition of the word family changed? The definition is becoming less
meaningful in todays surrogate parenting situations. Another definition would include a
group of k
Megan Doctor (SAC 200)
The Children Chapter 2
1. Describe the changes that take place in childrens assessment of their school
Most children enter kindergarten eager to learn and are optimistic in their evaluation of
self and their expectation
Name of Activity: Coin Combination
Content Area: Math
Appropriate Age Group: 7
SC Standards: The student will understand and utilize the mathematical
processes of problem solving, reasoning and proof, communication,
connections, and representation.
Name of Activity: Descriptive Writing
Content Area: Writing Appropriate Age Group: 14 year Old
SC Standards:Use precise language, action verbs, sensory details, appropriate modifiers, and
the active rather than the passive voice.
Name of Activity: Core Democratic Values
Content Area: Social Studies
Appropriate Age Group: 12
SC Standards: Ideals of American Democracy.
Objective(s): All students will explain the meaning and origin of the ideas, including the core
democratic values e
Name of Activity: Reading can be made fun
Content Area: Reading Appropriate Age Group: 5th graders
SC Standards: Standard 5-3 The student will use word analysis and vocabulary
strategies to read fluently.
Objective(s): Engage in meaningful vocabulary stud