As this class is in online format, “class participation” will be measured by regular postings to the class Discussion Boards. A student may be dropped for excessive absences or lack of participation. It is the responsibility of each student to contribute to the class Discussion Forums and respond to your fellow students’ posts. This is a participatory class, so be prepared to participate. Withdrawal Policy (Drops): Withdrawal from the course after the official day of record (see current catalog) will result in a final grade of “W” on the student transcript, and no credit will be awarded.
AP Language and Composition Assignment • To access your assignment: -Harrison School District web page at harrison.k12.ar.us -Select Harrison Senior High School -Select Staff Directory – English – Brandy Eddington -Select AP English – Head Start Assignment *AP Language and Composition Assignment Sheet (this page) *Gatsby Study Question *AP Multiple Choice Test *AP Penny Synthesis Essay *AP Lord Chesterfield Analysis Essay *AP Sontag Persuasion Essay • All assignments are due at the end of the first week of class. Technically this is not a summer assignment, but it will be helpful to get a jump start. • The three essays in Assignment #2 must be typed in Tahoma 11-point font. (I do not accept formal essays that are not
Course Title: Oral English, Spring 2012 Day 13 Homework: During class today, come and ask Ben to confirm your final exam time. Also, for Day 14, Final Exam Time: Between June 11 and 22. We will go in order of class number. Students will be spaced seven minutes apart, and should arrive at the classroom ten minutes before their exam time. Final Exam Content: If the university approves the exam, there will be three questions.
Not available after this date even with approved excuse.) Assignment Overview All written exercises will reflect the accurate application of the week's topics presented during that week's material, with attention toward creative problem solving, presentation style and originality of contribution. Each student is responsible for: • Reading assignments: Weekly reading assignments should be completed before Discussion, Quiz and Dropbox assignments. • Discussion questions: Complete weekly online Discussion by the assigned dates. Additional discussions related to the material are encouraged.
FALL 2012 - LSCS-University Park Sociology 1301 - Interview Project Scheduling Form and 10 Student- Generated Questions - Due 10/3/12 After you have selected and contacted your potential Interviewee in advance, you are to complete the form below by filling in the blanks. First, select an interview date. Second, review all 80 potential questions from the 80 Professor-Generated Questions. Third, select 20 questions from the total 80 questions. Fourth, generate YOUR OWN 10 Student-Generated Questions and submit the total 30 questions to the Interviewee several weeks IN ADVANCE of the face-to-face interview scheduled below and submit to the professor for editing and approval.
Course Syllabus Travel Industry Financial Analysis & Control TIM 4620 Instructor: Thomas Zhuang Course: TIM 4620 Term: Fall semester 2012 Class: Mondays (17:15 – 20:10) Class Room: MP 441 Office Hours: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM on Wednesdays Office: 1188 Bishop St. #1010 Phone: 523-1837 (W) 295-8878 (C) E-mail: email@example.com ============================================================== Required Text: Hospitality Industry Managerial Accounting by Raymond S. Schmidgall, Seventh Edition ISBN 13:978-0-86612-359-4 Course Description: This course is an integrated and in-depth overview of the dynamic processes involved in utilizing relevant information to plan for,
ENG 101—English Composition I English Department Fall 2011 10-week Session Catalog Course Description: This college transfer course emphasizes the study of composition in conjunction with appropriate literary selections, with frequent theme assignments to reinforce effective writing skills. A review of standard usage and the basic techniques of research are also presented. Prerequisite(s): ENG 100 or ESL 110, RDG 100 or ESL 100 or equivalent placement test scores. Credit Hours: 3 Department website: www.midlandstech.edu/edu/ed/english Desire2Learn Login Page: https://elearn.midlandstech.edu Note: ALL students in this class are required to use a D2L course website for handouts, notes,
Cite language or ideas that are not your own. Plagiarizing will result in at least a zero on the assignment and possible expulsion from the college. If you receive help from a tutor or friend, the outside help must be clear on the rough draft. Withdrawal Dates Consult Corsair Connect Assignment Schedule August 27 Introduction to the class; write in-class assignment In-Class Writing: Choose a or b (not both). Write an essay that uses good detail and avoids the five-paragraph format.
Please refrain from tabloid media such as The National Inquirer, People Magazine, etc. 6. The current event is due at the beginning of class. Late current events are unacceptable. If you are not in class the day a current event is due, you are expected to have e-mailed it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org so the time on your e-mail is prior to the start of class (i.e., you can’t skip class because you forgot your current event and then e-mail it to me later) 7.
Ok, good. * I look forward to getting to know all of you in the coming weeks, but for now I’ll start with a brief introduction of myself and the course. * My name is Allie Kelley and I specialize in 19th U. S. military history. * I am a firm believer that history is incredibly important for both people and a nation. * Pause for a second and pretend that you forgot everything that ever happened to you before you walked into this classroom.