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.
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. Fifth, complete this form and submit it by 10/3/12. Sixth, a few weeks later, CONFIRM the date and time of the face-to-face interview with the Interviewee. Seventh, conduct the face-to-face interview and follow the guidelines in "Guidelines for Interview Project" uploaded to the LESSONS TAB of the Angel website for this class. (Note: the due date for the FINAL PAPER with all attachments is 11/26/12.)
Field Experience Report Michelle Thorne-Nichols Liberty University FIELD EXPERIENCE REPORT INSTRUCTIONS For your field experience placement, you will either complete your practicum in a special education classroom or community placement. These hours are to be documented in each type of setting: learning disabilities, mental retardation, emotionally disturbed, autism, etc. In Module/Week 3, you are to submit your Field Experience Plan (when and where you plan to complete your field experience) to your instructor. PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Both licensure candidates and non-licensure students within this course must complete 10 hours of field experience.
What is your biggest concern right now about using Web Tycho? This is my first class with UMUC so I want to make sure I establish a good patern for using the the Web Tycho site. I do like the fact that the site has all the assignments available for planning which allows you get ahead of schedule if you events coming up that will not all you to work on your class during the week. That's it! Remember--submit the answers to these questions in your assignment folder and then email me a note to let me know you are finished with the orientation
CM 22 Construction Documents Problem 3 (P3)—United Technical Institute Landscape Buffer Spring 2013 Reading: UTI Project Manual and Drawings, in SacCT Instructions: This assignment is open book, open notes, and you are free to discuss it with your classmates. The purpose of this assignment is to help you become familiar with the drawings and specifications for the UTI Natomas Landscape Buffer project. You are expected to spend several hours reviewing the drawings and reading the specifications over the next week. The following is a list of questions pertaining to both the drawings and specifications for the project to help you in this process. Your assignment is to have completely reviewed the drawings and specifications for this
Understanding of readings is essential for the group presentation, group assignment, individual assignment, and the examination. Planning Your Time The unit is based on an average student workload of 160 hours; made up of 40 hours face to face contact and 120 hours unsupervised private study and group work. Everyone is required to complete and submit the assessment work by the due date. If you know you will be unable to do this, please see the lecturer, otherwise penalties will apply. Marks will be deducted for lateness at the rate of 10% of the possible mark per working day, exhausting all possibility of any mark in two (2) weeks.
But complete the other forms now. ** If you have worked previously at Willamette, you are already in the payroll system and may skip these forms. *** Must be completed every 12 calendar months by every employee After the Student Payroll office has enrolled you in the system, Leslie will use the information on this Check Sheet to set up your AGSM on-line time sheet in JASON. Student Name__Udaykiran Pottabathula______ Student I.D. Number_____2164215__________ 1st year student at AGSM_____ or 2nd year student at AGSM _X____ or undergrad _________ Departmental Asst, Teaching Asst, Research Asst, PCA, Ambassador, PaCE, Tutor, Counselor, Compass Week, Job Title: GA / _____________________ ___________________ ________________ Hourly pay rate: $__________ $________________ $_______________ Supervisor’s Name: _________________ ___________________ ________________ Approximate number of hours per week: ______ _______ _______ Are you eligible for Federal Work Study Funds?
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.
Professor Dougherty American History Since 1877 (HIST 202) Semester Research Project Due Date: Thursday, March 21st, 2013 This semester you are required to complete a research project that is worth 100 points or approximately 15% of your total grade. Please start early, note the due date above, and contact me with any questions. NOTE: The writing requirement is a state mandate for all transfer-level history courses. Consequently, you are required to submit a paper that meets the minimum length requirement outlined under General Rules – Format, Length, and Writing. The remainder of your state-mandated writing requirement will be completed in the Discussion Board.
The discussion should include why you like the book, why the theme is relevant to you and others, why others should read the book and what you learned from the book. Use examples to support your opinion LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATIONTwo letters of recommendation from a teacher, a mentor or coach, or the community service supervisorTHE RESEARCH PROJECTThe project is career/ job/ trade focused. The student will research his/her future employment answering the following: * Why did you choose this career/trade * What schooling, certification or credential is required * How long does it take to become a professional in the field * What are requirements for the field (tests…) * Interview someone in the field The research paper on the career/trade will be 3-5 pp. not including title page, bibliography, or outline.THE PRESENTATIONYour presentation can be a digital, multimedia presentation or the traditional presentation.No partners allowed for research projects/presentations.COMMUNITY SERVICE REFLECTIONWhile the community service reflection is no longer included in the senior portfolio, your experiences with your community service need to be included in either your Autobiographical Journey