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. Please be advised that this calendar is tentative and that adjustments, substitutions, and additions/deletions may occur. Any changes will be announced in class and by email. WEEK DAY READ IN-CLASS DUE 1 FRI 01/25 ● Syllabus/Calendar ● BB – Pope except
Present Position In this section, describe the interviewee’s present position. Identify specific competencies that the interviewee described as important to this position that were gained from the graduate program. Include other interesting information that the interviewee provided regarding the present position. Mention certification(s) if appropriate to present position. Pearls of Wisdom In this section, share special information about the interviewee, including lessons learned and any suggestions/advice the interviewee gave for individuals starting a graduate program.
ENG 130 Week 3 Individual Assignment Cause and Effect OR Process Analysis Essay Introductory Paragraph Write a single introductory paragraph for your upcoming Cause and Effect OR Process Analysis Essay due Week Four. This introduction should include: A hook to seize reader attention Three to four sentences that develop the topic A clear, bold thesis statement indicating the focus of your
WEEK 4 Annotated Bibliography Entries (graded) In your textbook (pp. 325–326), you’ll find a model of an annotated bibliography. Review the model, focusing on the components of the entry: (1) the reference citation, (2) the summary, and (3) the assessment. Then draft one reference entry and two paragraphs from one of your sources. We’ll use the rest of the week to peer review the entries to prepare you for this week’s
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,
Intergenerational Relations (graded) Has our modern mobile society weakened ties between generations in families, or has modern technology like Facebook and Skype brought distant families closer than ever? homework week 1 Homework Answer the following questions. Identify each questions by chapter and number and write your responses after each. • Chapter 1 - Page 30 - Questions 2 and 4 • Chapter 2 - Page 57 - Questions 1, 2 and 4 The grading rubric for this assignment can be found in Doc Sharing. Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
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MGT 305.04W/.05W Management & Organizational Behavior Fall 2012 Tentative Course Syllabus Instructor: Lindy Cheatwood E-Mail: Lindy.Cheatwood@tamuc.edu Class Type: Online Office Hrs: By appointment as needed The best way to contact me is via e-mail. This is an online course; therefore, expect most communication to be online. *IMPORTANT* Each time you send an e-mail to me, the subject line should read “MGT 305” to ensure that I receive the message. If you follow these directions exactly, I will respond to emails within a 48 hour time period. If you do not follow these instructions exactly, I cannot assure you that I will respond as quickly because your e-mail will be lost in a sea of other e-mail messages.
Employers often time try to come in between the workers and the union to make the workers not want to partake in the activities of a union. If any employee may have been terminated not by legal rights the NLRB can order for back pay. The result may not be instant but will come in a year or two time
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.)