Analysis of An Essay (15% of final grade) English 1301 Foster Due Date Turnitin copy due by 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 18 (MW students) / Thursday, Mar. 19 (TTh students). Please note that this deadline falls during Spring Break! Rough draft and other drafting materials due at beginning of class the first class period after Spring Break.
B1 MODULE PORTFOLIO 1 (13-17/12/2011) VOCABULARY Learn the following vocabulary items from Reading Explorer 1 Units 1&2 and use each in a sentence. On Monday, 5 December, you will take a quiz in which you will be asked to do various tasks, like matching meanings with words, choosing words from a box to complete sentences, choosing the best word to fill in blanks (multiple choice), writing the definition of a given word or the word for a given definition, writing a sentence with a given word, etc. It will last about 10-15 minutes and will be evaluated as the first part of the week’s Portfolio grade. UNIT 1 UNIT 2 intelligent (adj) conservation (n) through (prep) destination (n) intelligence (n) huge (adj) wonder
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Study Guide Questions Week 10 Part 2 Marcus-37 and A Family…* Due: Wednesday, March 23, 2011 Topic: Women and Families in the 19th Cent Objectives: Learn about topic. Read and comprehend primary sources. Develop critical analysis and thinking skills. Total Points Possible: 20 Instructions: Read the source as indicated, and then type your responses to each question. When finished, print out, staple and submit in class.
PSY 3604 Syllabus Spring Term 2012 Class meeting times: Wednesdays, 6:20pm to 8:50pm Murphy Hall, Room 130 Instructor: Ann Marie Schissel Office Hour: Wednesdays 4:30pm – 5:30pm S344 Elliott Hall, 75 E River Road firstname.lastname@example.org Teaching Assistant: Gilbert Jew Office Hour: Tuesdays, 1:15pm – 2:15pm N120 Elliott Hall email@example.com Course Description This course will provide an introduction and broad background to the classification of psychological disorders. Students will learn the classification system used in the DSM-IV-TR, as well as important diagnostic, etiological, and treatment related information. While etiology and treatment will be discussed in some detail, the bulk of the material will
Scheme of Work Learning Programme: Unit/Module: Diploma in ICT Systems and Principles Level: 3 SOW for Academic Year: 12/13 Unit 25:Computer Systems 16 Sessions 4 Days Scheme of Work written and produced by: Unit/Module Ref Unit/Module Teacher: June 2012 produced by Paul Snellgrove Learning and Teaching Strategy Resources including ILT Duration of Unit/Module (in weeks): College Week and Date Learning Outcomes (Learners will be able to) Components • Draw a standard layout of a PC system • Define technical terms used in a PC system • Explain the terms o Ghz o RAM o BIOS o ROM o PSU • Draw a layout of a common motherboard • Describe the POST process Components • Describe the functions of components in a PC o CPU’s Describe development of Intel CPU’s o Motherboard o BIOS o PSU o Bus Components • Describe the functions of
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SDV 100 Official TCC Course Syllabus Discipline Prefix: SDV | Course Number: 100 | Course Title: College Success Skills | | Course Section: | | Credit Hours: 1 | Lecture Hours: 1 | Clinical Hours: N/A | Lab Hours: N/A | Contact Hours: 1 | Studio Hours: N/A | Semester: Fall 2013 | Meeting Days/Time/Location: Virtual | Instructor Information Name: Erica Tripp-Wiggins, MA Office Location: Virtual Office Hours: Sunday 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM Contact Information: 757-580-4828 Course Website (optional): Blackboard site: http://learn.vccs.edu Instructor email address (college or VCCS): firstname.lastname@example.org Course Information Course Description Assists students in transition to college. Provides overviews of college
COURSE SYLLABUS ENGL 1301: Composition and Rhetoric I |Instructor Contact & Course Information | Instructor: Dayna Lawson Section: English 1301 Dual Credit Semester: Fall 2014 Course Times: Monday- Friday Classroom: B111 Home Page: http://classroom.misd.org/default.aspx?Dayna%20Lawson/Home Email Address: email@example.com Phone Number: 936-597-6401 ext 1511 Office: Montgomery High School Office Hours: 6:30-7:00 M-F, 2:35-3:30 M-T |Catalogue Description: