During each seminar, the instructor will be asking students lots of questions from the reading assignments, so there will be many opportunities to answer and to make additional comments or ask questions of your own. Your attendance at the weekly seminar for this course is very important. The seminar is an excellent source of information and explanation of the weekly material in this course. However, if you are unable to attend the seminar, you can still learn the information that was provided and also earn the seminar points. In order to earn the seminar points, you must complete an alternative assignment and submit it as a Word document attached to an email.
ENG3U Independent Study Unit (ISU) - Outline Name: Date: No. The ISU is your final culminating project for this course, and represents your development through the preceding units of study. The ISU will be an ongoing process completed throughout the semester, concluding with the submission of your ISU Essay (final draft) and Oral Presentation. You will be given some time to work on your ISU in class, including one-on-one conferences with your teacher, but most of the work required for this project will take place outside of class, in consultation with your instructor. Task: You will choose one author, of poetry, short stories, novels, and/or plays, on which to focus your ISU.
Each learning module is related to a text chapter and contains notes from me, discussion questions for your response, and quizzes to help you check your mastery of the material. Each week on Monday at 6am one or more learning modules will be available to you. At 6am on the following Monday morning the quizzes and discussion questions will be locked and you will no longer be able to do them. The content in each learning module will be available to you throughout the semester for you to re-read, if you choose. Reading: Assigned chapters in the Haviland textbook will provide the basic topics for each week’s learning modules.
PHL 101 COD – QUIZ #1 Please provide responses to the following questions: 1.On what day of the week and at what time are exams, quizzes, and discussion board posts due? Exams, quizzes, and discussion board questions are due on Mondays by noon. 2.What is the student work assigned for Week 2? Lecture 2-Plato: The Phaedo Reading - Plato: Phaedo Lecture Three – Plato: The Republic Reading - Plato: Republic 3.How often should one check email and the course Blackboard site during the term? One should check email and Blackboard at least once daily for any new announcements from the instructor.
ENGL 1010 Fall 2012 Cole ENGL 1010 Fall Assignment Process: Refer to Norton Chapters: 6: Narrative 23: Brainstorming 36: Describing 39: Narrating 27: Revising Writing Assignment 1: Narrating Online Text Exploration Assignment Content: Overview: Step One: Getting Started 1. Review assignment, rubric, & make “To Do List” 2. Use in class discussions and materials to create first draft 3. Have at least one and a half pages of written material in MLA format and brief outline for rest of essay for our One-On-One meeting in my office on Aug 27 & 28 This is your first essay for ENGL 1010. As with the format of the class, we will begin with a first-person narrative and work our way into an academic research essay. This essay is that
* Two body paragraphs, with in-text citations as examples of support for each reason. Paragraphs should also use transitions to move the reader to the next paragraph. * A solid conclusion paragraph that restates your thesis and provides a final messagethat persuades the audience to accept your point of view. This timed essay will take place on Monday, November 21. You may use your book and your outline, located on the next page of this document.You should plan to write for the duration of the class.
English 217 Intro to Critical Theory Updated 29 December 2010 Spring Semester, 2010 MWF Instructor: Darby Lewes, Professor of English (Office D324) Office: (570) 321-4114 Home: (570) 547-7010 Email: email@example.com Course Information English 217 is an introduction to literary criticism as a discipline, which provides training in writing critical papers and familiarization with major literary genres and critical schools of thought. Prerequisite: English 106 or consent of instructor. In order to do well in this class, you must Attend class regularly. Since class participation will make up a considerable portion of the final grade, students with more than three undocumented absences will receive deductions from their final grade:
ART HISTORY FINAL Art History Final Marshall Mathers Allied American University This paper was prepared for ART 100: Introduction to Art History, Art History Final taught by Professor Thomson. Final Project – Submission The Final Project is due this week with your Module 8 Homework Assignment. Please upload a second document entitled “Final Project” with your Module 8 Homework Assignment. Choose one of the following artworks or artists for your Final Report. Your report must completely answer the four questions posed to guide your research.
Did the postings each week assist you in this class? 3. Cite a post that one of your fellow classmates posted that helped you to understand the material and why. This paper will be due by the end of the Final week. 1) The post that I had the most difficulty with was DQ 7.
Name: Lindsay Baugher |Date: | |Graded Assignment Draft Personal Statement Submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. Save the Graded Assignment document in your Career and College Portfolio. Before You Begin Over the next few days, you will be drafting a personal statement. To help you complete this Graded Assignment, gather the documents you created in previous lessons, including • Student Guide Organizers from Unit 1 • Personality Assessment and Career Assessment • Any notes you took or research you did in lessons and for Working Days Your teacher will use the grading rubric on the last page of this document to grade your assignment, so review the rubric before you begin writing.