Comp Ii

In: English and Literature

Submitted By ITTstudent
Words 734
Pages 3
Childhood Cooking
Beckie Wakefield
ITT Tech

Childhood Cooking
Think back to childhood years and those few things done at home with mom or dad that seemed so small then but have come to be a favorite memory. Of all the aspects of my childhood one of the most influential and memory filled was cooking in the kitchen with my mother. In addition to cooking being a favorite memory for me I believe it is a great activity to do with children, it is a useful lifelong skill and it is relaxing and enjoyable. I am grateful that I was taught how to cook and how to enjoy cooking as a child. It has filtered into my life as an adult and my family now.
I can recall the wonderful smells of the traditional fall time cooking, apple crisp, whoopee pies and my favorite fresh chocolate chip cookies wafting through my little house in the woods of Maine. I am happy to be able to include Makenzie in the joy I get from cooking. I remember how thrilled I was to come home and see ingredients set out on the counter and know that mom had a new recipe project to do. I can now repeat those projects with Makenzie, it is so satisfying to see her get excited to learn from me and do something we’ll both always remember. Cooking is a great bonding time for a child and adult it is fun and children can be inventive and not realize that what they are being taught will follow them through life.
Besides the nostalgic aspects of learning to cook throughout childhood and growing up into an adult it has come to my attention that cooking is a helpful know how skill to have. Many young people find themselves obtaining a first job in the food industry. Being a line cook is a simple first job for any college student. Knowing how to cook basic meals would make for an easy hire and easy job for students fresh out of their parents homes. As people move into their first place without parents to put food on the…...

Similar Documents

Comp 220 Lab 3

...COMP 220 Lab3 go to following address to get complete lab http://homeworkfox.com/tutorials/computer-science/4604/comp-220-week-3-ilab-3-of-7-inheritance/ | i L A B  O V E R V I E W | | Scenario and Summary | | This lab introduces you to writing a C++ program to implement the concept of class inheritance using different types of bank accounts as a model. In this lab, you will create a base class, called CBankAccount, and two additional classes (each derived from CBankAccount), called CSavingsAccount and CCheckingAccount. You will then test the operations of each class in function main() to simulate the transactions of both a checking account and a savings account. Deliverables | 1. Submit a single Notepad file containing the source code for all the files of the lab to the Dropbox for Week 3. Your source code should use proper indentation and be error free. Be sure that your last name and the lab number are part of the file name: for example, YourLastName_Lab3.txt. Each program should include a comment section that includes (minimally) your name, the lab and exercise number, and a description of what the program accomplishes. 2. Submit a lab report (a Word document) containing the following information to the Dropbox for Week 3.  * Include your name and the lab or lab-exercise number. * Specification: Include a brief description of what the program accomplishes, including its input, key processes, and output. * Test......

Words: 1394 - Pages: 6

Comp Ii Paper

...Exploratory Paper: As Technology grows, there are more and more virtual schools popping up around the country. With this happening there are a few questions that you must ask yourselves. Is the education that you get from an online school as good or equal to the traditional school system? Can all students succeed in the online environment? Will students learn as much from an online course as they would in a face-to-face classroom setting? Are the degree’s that you may receive from these schools as good or treated as equal to an actual physically attended college degree? Some students feel different about this subject. Taking online classes makes more sense to them in their lifestyle or family situation. The students who take online classes may not be able to attend a traditional college, they may have concerning issues that will not allow this, whether it be having to raise a child and not being able to find adequate child care, or maybe just the cost of the actual school. There are students that do a mixture of both online and traditional classes. They take the classes that they can at a traditional college then take classes online as well. The mostly do this all at the same college that they attend. They may have some of the same issues in life and college but still find time to make it to a regular class room setting. This way they can choose and see what classes they can sign up for and take the rest online. So when comparing the degree’s that you get......

Words: 450 - Pages: 2

Comp Ii Unit 9 Project

... | | | |References for Part I | |Just Drive. (N.D.) Retrieved from http://www.cmu.edu/homepage/health/2009/winter/just-drive.shtml | |Profile-Marcel Just. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.psy.cmu.edu/people/just.html | |Marcel A. Just. (N.D.) Retrieved from http://www.psy.cmu.edu/faculty/just/ | Part II: Three Secondary Sources Cell phones have rapidly become part of the daily lives of millions of people. Distracted drivers using cell phones cause about 2,600 traffic fatalities and 330,000 accidents every year (Richtel, 2009). Many drivers talk, text, and respond to their e-mails while trying to drive. People that use cell phone while driving are not aware of their surrounds. Many drivers have swerved into other lanes, ran red lights, or had really close calls all due to using a cell phone while driving. Using cell phones while driving is very dangerous not only to the drivers but also to the people around them. When using a cell phone while driving it extends the driver's reaction time as much as having a blood alcohol concentration......

Words: 2242 - Pages: 9

Comp Ii

...First Week Writing Assignment: Tell Me About You! Length – 3 full pages minimum Due: Wednesday, August 28th Worth: 25 points As an introduction to Composition II, I’d like for you to write me a short essay about yourself! This assignment will help me to get to know you and also to determine the course subject matter over the semester, discussing topics and issues each of you find important. In this assignment, I would like the following: * A short introduction about yourself, discussing your interests, hobbies, and any other background information you want to share * A brief run-down of your academic interests and history – how far along are you in college? What’s your major? What do you think you want to do with your degree? * Then, write me a page or so about an issue or topic you’re passionate about. If you can, try to find an arguable thesis or commanding idea on your position, and argue that point of view to me (e.g., I really enjoy movies, but I believe the annual blockbuster production cycle hurts the art form in many ways, such as…). This can be any topic of political, social, or personal interest to you! It will help me understand your interests and guide you towards writing assignments you care about. * It should conform to all standards of MLA formatting rules and guidelines. If you include any quotations, please document them accordingly. All papers this semester will require this. Slap your name and the date on it, and hand it in at......

Words: 262 - Pages: 2

Comps

...Program (NY: Harper & Row 1990). See also Desmond Ball, ‘Desperately Seeking bin Laden: The Intelligence Dimension of the War Against Terrorism’, in Ken Booth and Tim Dunne (eds.), Worlds in Collision: Terror and the Future of Global Order (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2002) pp.66–7, for an analysis of the airborne and satellite intelligence collection systems deployed to Afghanistan in Sept. and Oct. 2001. 6. Indeed, in many areas, the US has extended its lead in space-based systems. Barbara Starr, ‘USA Sees Vital Role for Commercial Satellites’, Jane’s Defence Weekly, 30 July 1997, p.21. 7. Jeffrey T. Richelson, ‘High Flying Spies’, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Sept./Oct. 1996, p.53; and Alan Dupont, ‘The US and Verification of SALT II’, Pacific Defence Reporter, Oct. 1979, p.26. 8. Desmond Ball, The Intelligence War in the Gulf, Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defence 78 (Canberra: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National Univ. 1991) p.15. 9. Statement by Paul G. Kaminsky, Undersecretary of Defense for Aquisition and Technology, to the National Security Subcommittee, House Appropriations Committee, 23 March 1995, . 10. SBIRS and its functions are described in Richard J. Newman, ‘Space Watch, High and Low’, Air Force Magazine, July 2001, pp.35–8. Satellites launched into geosynchronous orbit 35,000 kms above the equator are able to hover over a single spot because their orbit speed matches that of the earth’s rotation. 11. Desmond Ball, Signals......

Words: 11896 - Pages: 48

Comp Ii

...Words Commonly Confused Worksheet Part 1: For each of the following sentences, circle the word or words that best complete the sentence correctly. 1. I couldn’t decide (which / witch) color shoes I wanted. 2. If a cat falls (of / off) the counter, it will land on its feet. 3. Make sure you do (your / you’re) homework right after school. 4. I talked (to / too / two) my brother yesterday. 5. (Are / Our) you going to be on (are / our) baseball team? 6. He bought (to / too / two) speakers (to / too / two) complete his stereo system. 7. I saw (their / there / they’re) mom sitting (their / there / they’re). 8. I think (their / there / they’re) in trouble! 9. New surgeries for blind people can restore (their / there / they’re) sight. 10. The dog chewed on (its / it’s) squeaky toy. 11. My neighbor dressed as a (which / witch) for Halloween. 12. She couldn’t remember (were / where) she had put her purse. 13. I would rather be poor and happy (than / then) rich and sad. 14. Do you think (its / it’s) going to rain? 15. (Know / No), you may not go to that concert unless (your / you’re) 18. 16. After practice, I walked (strait / straight) to my bed, (to / too) tired to eat. 17. (Were / Where) you scared during the movie at all? 18. Clean your room, and (than / then) you may watch TV. 19. The site of the new shopping mall will be over......

Words: 696 - Pages: 3

Comp Ii

...Social Media: Effects on Marketing and the Public ITT Abstract This will help describe the effects of social media on the public as well as in sales. The people that are referenced within are describing how there sales job market. Social Media: Effects on Marketing and the Public Social media has changed how we do our daily business. As far as humans have been introduced to products there has been a way to market them. The way producers market their products has only changed. All of the changes are not too bad; the use of social marketing has helped many salespeople sell their products. With social media salespeople have the ability to target more people. With the current use of social media at their fingertips, salespeople have embraced the use of it and made it work to their advantage. When Twitter celebrated five years, compared to its regular forms of marketing it had 150 million users in four years. (Raj Agnihorti, 2012) For such an achievement to happen so rapidly meant that social media was the way to go. Salespeople are an important to the company. Social media similar to Facebook, Twitter, and others like them help spread the word about products. Products cannot only be order from web sites one can also leave feedback on the product. Through social media purchasers may remain anonymous. (Rebeca Walker Naylor, 2012) With the consumer being an anonymous person, the company does not need to spend countless dollars to advertise; people will do......

Words: 1579 - Pages: 7

Comp

... b. If you do not encounter this updating of security questions, click on UPDATE security questions. The “Update Security Questions” link can be found at the bottom left of the homepage of the ACTBAS2 data set, together with the “Change Email Address/Password” link. 6. Mouse over the different tabs to learn about the features included in NetSuite. 7. Do not forget to log out. If you encounter problems, you may contact NetSuite Support online by doing the following steps: a. In the “Support” tab, scroll down and click on “Contact Support Online”. You will then be directed to an online form. b. Fill out the online form completely. i. In the “What is this about” line: Select “Ask a Question” ii. Select from the list what your question is all about. If it’s about log-in problems, then select “Log-in/Password” iii. In the Subject line, write “DLSU ACTBAS2 Practice Set”. iv. In the Message line, write as complete as possible what the problem is all about. Include the error message like “Invalid Password” in the description. v. Put a checkmark on the “Case Severity” box. vi. Specify why this case is severe (e.g. We have our computer session tomorrow). vii. DO NOT FORGET to write your contact number, and attach the prefix “63” to the number (e.g. 632-1234567; 63917-1234567). c. Click “Send”. Normally, a customer representative will email/contact you within 24 hours from......

Words: 1986 - Pages: 8

Comp 2

...EN1420 Comp II Unit 5 Project Part II Portner, J. (2005). The Return of School Uniforms. In K. Burns (Ed.), Contemporary Issues Companion. School Violence. San Diego: Greenhaven Press. (Reprinted from Teacher Magazine, 1996, February 14, 15[21]) Retrieved from http://ic.galegroup.com.proxy.itt-tech.edu/ic/ovic/ViewpointsDetailsPage/ViewpointsDetailsWindow?displayGroupName=Viewpoints&disableHighlighting=true&zid=&search_within_results=&prodId=OVIC&action=2&catId=&documentId=GALE%7CEJ3010082216&userGroupName=itted&jsid=c4801c247a7918ca8b7aaf75a46a3bb3 Daniels, S. (2005). School Dress Codes Are Necessary and Constitutional. In J. Carroll (Ed.), Opposing Viewpoints. Students' Rights. San Diego: Greenhaven Press. (Reprinted from Findings, 2001, May) Retrieved from http://ic.galegroup.com.proxy.itt-tech.edu/ic/ovic/ViewpointsDetailsPage/ViewpointsDetailsWindow?displayGroupName=Viewpoints&disableHighlighting=true&zid=&search_within_results=&prodId=OVIC&action=2&catId=&documentId=GALE%7CEJ3010398217&userGroupName=itted&jsid=5b35c1b4b1c2cae05faaabbe58795c7f WILKINS, J. (1999, March). School Uniforms. The Humanist, 59(2), 19. Retrieved from http://ic.galegroup.com.proxy.itt-tech.edu/ic/ovic/AcademicJournalsDetailsPage/AcademicJournalsDetailsWindow?displayGroupName=Journals&disableHighlighting=true&search_within_results=&prodId=OVIC&action=2&catId=&documentId=GALE%7CA54099133&...

Words: 596 - Pages: 3

Comp Intro

...Contact the instructor: You are welcome to communicate with me through emails or drop by in my office during office hours. Since there are so many spams around the email system, please make sure that you put your course number in the subject heading (eg. COMP 150 AB2) and send it from your UFV email account. Otherwise, your email may be accidentally filtered/deleted. If I don’t respond in two days, please re-send the email or talk to me directly after class or during my office hours. Course Description This course is an introduction to structured computer programming. Students will study algorithms and top-down design, and will implement algorithms in a procedural programming language. Please refer to http://www.ufv.ca/calendar/CourseOutlines/PDFs/COMP/COMP150-20100423.pdf for further information. NOTE: COMP 150 or 152 (respectively) cannot be taken for further credit. Prerequisite B.C. Principles of Math 11 with a grade of C or better or MATH 085 with a C or better. Competent in computer skills. Course Text & Material Reference: Schaums’ Outline: Programming with C++ John Hubbard McGraw-Hill ISBN: 0-07-135346-1 Text: C++ for Everyone Cay Horstmann Wiley ISBN-13: 978-0-470-92713-7 Note: You may need a flash drive if you want to keep your own copy and transfer files. Other Course Resources Q:\cis\Jon Quah\comp150 It is your responsibility to check the website often as files may be added or updated at any time. Course Objectives/Outcomes ...

Words: 832 - Pages: 4

English Ii

...Amber Wells Ac 1010637 Assignment 7 English Comp II 7/7/2013 Online Shopping Vs. Traditional Shopping Humans have several different beloved past times such as sports, vacations and entertainment. One of the oldest and most enduring is shopping which encompasses shopping for necessity and shopping for pleasure. Advancements in technology have allowed humanity to purchase items online through the Internet. The purpose of this essay is to compare and contract shopping online to traditional shopping. At the end of the essay you can decide which method is best for you. Traditional and online shopping allow the consumer to view the items; however, not all online websites allow the consumers to get a panoramic view. Visual appeal is one of the important aspects of attracting potential buyers but if they can’t see the item from all sides this may hinder the purchase. Traditional and online shopping provides the consumer with information about the products. In the traditional arena the customer can talk with the sales clerk and get information about the products right in the store. Online the customer has at least three ways to collect information about the product: (1) product description, (2) product reviews and (3) toll free numbers to the customer service line associated with the websites. Traditional shopping and online shopping allow personal interaction; however, the levels are varied. Traditional shopping allows the consumer to build a relationship with...

Words: 1404 - Pages: 6

Comp

...approach has also been used to cut energy usage by routing traffic away from data centers experiencing warm weather; this allows computers to be shut down to avoid using air conditioning.[27] Larger server centers are sometimes located where energy and land are inexpensive and readily available. Local availability of renewable energy, climate that allows outside air to be used for cooling, or locating them where the heat they produce may be used for other purposes could be factors in green siting decisions. Approaches to actually reduce the energy consumption of network devices by proper network/device management techniques are surveyed in.[28] The authors grouped the approaches into 4 main strategies, namely (i) Adaptive Link Rate (ALR), (ii) Interface Proxying, (iii) Energy Aware Infrastructure, and (iv) Energy Aware Applications....

Words: 370 - Pages: 2

Comp

...CHAPTER 1 – STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT STRATEGY Strategy: formulation of organizational missions, goals, objectives and actions plans (how the organization intends to achieve its goals Mintzberg’s 5 P’s of Strategy: i. Plan: intended course of action a firm has selected to deal with a situation ii. Purpose: consistent stream of action that sometimes are the result of a deliberate plan and sometimes the result of emergent actions based on reactions to environmental changes or shifting of assumptions iii. Ploy: specific manoeuvre at the tactical level with a short time horizon iv. Position: the location of an organization relative to its competitors and other environmental factors v. Perspective: gestalt or personality of the organization HR Planning Notebook 1.1 – Description of Strategy Strategy: declaration of intent (considered as both plan and purpose) Strategic Intent: tangible corporate goal; point of view about the competitive positions a company hopes to build over a decade Strategy Formulation: entire process of conceptualizing the mission of an organization, identifying the strategy, and developing long-range performance goals Strategy Implementation: activities that ees and managers of an organization undertake to enact the strategic plan and achieve the performance goals Objectives: the end, the goals Plans: product of strategy, the means to the end Strategic Plan: written statement that outlines the future goals of an......

Words: 19138 - Pages: 77

Comp 220 Complete Class

...COMP 220 Complete Class Click Link Below To Buy: http://hwcampus.com/shop/comp-220-complete-class/ COMP 220 iLab 1 Two-Dimensional Arrays Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 2 Resistor Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 3 Bank Account Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 4 Composition Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 5 Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 6 Overloaded Operators Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 7 Polymorphism Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 1 Two-Dimensional Arrays Lab Report and Source Code BlackJack Table Specification: Include a brief description of what the program accomplishes, including its input, key processes, and output. There is always a dealer in the game. At the start of the game, the dealer’s first card will not be shown or displayed. The second card will be displayed. The dealer may draw additional cards. The dealer must use a random-number generator to determine the maximum number of cards the dealer will draw--a value between 0 and 3. In other words, the dealer is a computer player. The dealer does not show all the cards or the total until all the players have either gone bust (over 21) or hold (no more cards drawn). There must be at least one other player (you) and up to a maximum of four other players (all played by you). . On a player’s turn, that player may either draw a card or hold. Once a player holds, he or she should not be asked to draw another card during this game...

Words: 3938 - Pages: 16

Comp 220 Complete Class

...COMP 220 Complete Class Click Link Below To Buy: http://hwcampus.com/shop/comp-220-complete-class/ COMP 220 iLab 1 Two-Dimensional Arrays Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 2 Resistor Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 3 Bank Account Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 4 Composition Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 5 Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 6 Overloaded Operators Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 7 Polymorphism Lab Report and Source Code COMP 220 iLab 1 Two-Dimensional Arrays Lab Report and Source Code BlackJack Table Specification: Include a brief description of what the program accomplishes, including its input, key processes, and output. There is always a dealer in the game. At the start of the game, the dealer’s first card will not be shown or displayed. The second card will be displayed. The dealer may draw additional cards. The dealer must use a random-number generator to determine the maximum number of cards the dealer will draw--a value between 0 and 3. In other words, the dealer is a computer player. The dealer does not show all the cards or the total until all the players have either gone bust (over 21) or hold (no more cards drawn). There must be at least one other player (you) and up to a maximum of four other players (all played by you). . On a player’s turn, that player may either draw a card or hold. Once a player holds, he or she should not be asked to draw another card during this game...

Words: 3938 - Pages: 16

Troja Brad Pitt Orlando Bloom + Der 13te Krieger Antonio Banderas Sammlung DVD | michael porter | PoinBreak 3D HOU BluRay 3D 1080p