Taking English course can prepare the students to write successful papers throughout student’s university career. In every major student will need to prove their knowledge on test, homework, and organize information in research papers and explain their opinion in essays. Even when students graduate they will still need to know how to write. For example, when doctors see the patients. After checking doctors write prescription for the patients.
Drafts: For essays and longer assignments, I will check to see that you have partial drafts and rough drafts on the days when they are due, and these will count for participation points. It is important that you bring those assigned partial and rough drafts to class when they are due so that you can take advantage of workshops and feedback to improve your work before the final draft is due. • Final drafts of essays are evaluated, in part, as good faith evidence of each student’s participation in the writing and learning processes. Thus, if the student writer has not brought rough drafts (partial or whole) to class workshops when due, or the student has not talked with me before the day that the final draft is due and produced those drafts, then I reserve the right not to accept the out-of-class essay final draft until these requirements have been met to my satisfaction. (Note: late penalties will apply.)
Text: Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser Student Learning Outcomes (for all sections of English 21a): 1. Given an academic and/or work-related writing situation, the student will show strategies to plan a draft; will draft a written response called for in the situation; and will revise
This includes all assignments, exams, term papers, and other projects required by the faculty mentor. The known submission of another person’s work represented as that of the Learner’s without properly citing the source of the work will be considered plagiarism and will result in an unsatisfactory grade for the work submitted or for the entire course, and may result in academic dismissal. LHE 8006-8 Activity 2 Dr. Miller Student Affairs Leadership Key Issues and Core Values Faculty Use Only NORTHCENTRAL UNIVERSITY Key Trend and Core Values Student Affairs Theresa Hicks 3/31/2013 Introduction Key trends and issues that have shaped student affairs include changes in the role of administrators, the emergence of mental health concerns among students, an influx of international students and minorities, and a growing population of veterans. The number of issues that are covered by student affairs is as numerous as the students they serve. Each student is unique and as such enters higher education with independent needs.
CALENDAR NOTE: Readings must be read prior to the class period for which they are assigned. Writing assignments are due on the date indicated. "RW" refers to the Rules for Writers and “BB” to course Blackboard site. You are responsible for bringing your textbook and/or copies of the Blackboard readings with you to class. Be sure to bring a copy of the most recent draft of the latest essay with you to every class for in-class peer review/revision work.
First, read the policy which is found in your Student’s Catalog. This policy states the importance of honesty in turning in your own work or citing correctly others work that you use. If you unclear about the policy you can contact your professor and they will be more than happy to help you. Understanding Consequences of Plagiarism: The consequences of plagiarism are very clear; it is not tolerated at all! There is a zero tolerance policy with plagiarism.
See the Student Handbook for additional guidance, available at http://www.wku.edu/handbook. ADA Notice: Disability and Accommodations Students with disabilities who require accommodations (academic and/or auxiliary aids or services) for this course must contact the Student Accessibility Resource Center, Room 1074, Downing Student Union. The SARC telephone number is (270) 745-5004 (TDD: 270-745-3030). Please do not request accommodations directly from the instructor without a letter of accommodation from the Student Accessibility Resource Center. The Learning Center DUC A330, in the Academic Advising and Retention Center To make an appointment at The Learning Center (TLC) or to request a tutor for a specific class, call 270-745-6254 or stop by.
Students will be required to study the text and to develop the ability to prepare and construct a response to the text, using appropriate language in their discussion. Students should be able to identify and discuss key aspects of the set text, including how the writer constructs meaning and the ways in which social and cultural values are conveyed. Area of Study 2 Creating and presenting Students will be expected to read a range of texts relevant to the theme ‘Conflict’, including the play ‘The Crucible’, songs of Paul Kelly and the film, ’Kite Runner’. Drawing on the knowledge gained from these texts, they will create written texts. Area of Study 3 Using language to persuade The focus of this area is on the use of language in the presentation of a point of view.
Worse, is that they ignore their responsibility to the tribe that has contributed so much to their science curriculum. This could possibly taint any future studies if the university earns a reputation of not honoring commitments to its subjects. In light of the circumstances surrounding this case, there are few options besides student involvement. Without the university population taking up the case, there could be a perpetual stalemate between the university and the tribe. It falls to the students to protect the guiding principles of the university and ensure it is being held ethically
Make-up exams must be arranged with the instructor prior to the next scheduled class. Failure to do so will result in a zero (0) for that exam. Make up exams are only given for excused absences. Students may be asked to provide documentation to support their absence. Classroom Conduct: • Students are asked to please be considerate of their fellow classmates by arriving to class on time and remaining in the classroom for the entire class period.