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Check this page daily! Week 11 (March 12-16) and Week 12 (March 19-20)

Assignments for the Week:

  • Monday and Tuesday, you will work on the Movie Review (your last assignment) while I grade your Term Papers.
  • Find the details of the Movie Review, a short direction for the essay, and the grading criteria on NC 18
  • Post the rough draft of the Review on Wednesday for group comments--however, discussion on this assignment is not mandatory and there will be no points on it.
  • Post the Final Draft of the Review on Thursday
  • Friday is the last day for any make-up work or missing assignment.  I am not going to accept any assignment after that day.
  • We will meet on Tuesday, march 20, in Room 1220--Old Main from 3:00-5:00 for final comments and reflections.

Readings for Week 9:

No more reading except for the directions for the Movie Review!!!   Believe it or not, we are done.


What's Due this week?

  • Final Draft of Movie Review  on NC 18, Thursday, March 15, by 6 p.m
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
Assignment 4
Assignment 5
 
Week 10 (March 5-9)
Assignments for the Week:
  • Monday, you will post your Document Test, by 6 p.m.
  • Keep working on your Term Paper as I look through it and give you some constructive criticism
  • Final Draft on your Term Paper should be posted on NC 17 by Thursday, March 8
  • Next, work on your last essay--the Movie Review.   But to write this essay, you need to watch a movie on your own.  The details of the Movie Review paper and criteria will be posted on NC 18 by Friday, March 9.

Readings for Week 10:
No new reading.  However, please check rules for correct documentation, how to quote and cite, from A Writer's Reference and / or Elements of Argument.
Documentation Exercises

What's Due this week?
  • Documentation Test on NC 16, Monday, March 5, by 6 p.m.
  • Final Draft of Term Paper on NC 17, Thursday, March 8, by 6 p.m.

To check your grades go to https://secure.scc.spokane.edu/vgb/

Your username is First Initial and Last Name, such as msen.
Your password is the last four digits of your social security number.

Click on Underlined Links below to read/review the documents

The first class meets on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2001 in Room 1220, at 3:30 to 6:30. 

Before class begins:

  • Review syllabus
  • Download and install Connect.Net

    http://www.wwnorton.com/connect/Software/SoftStudentNet.htm
    This is the address you need to download the software you need for the class.  Please come to class ready to use it.

    You will need to purchase a manual for Connect.Net to use it on your machine, as you will have to insert your serial number which can be found on the back cover page of the manual.
    Our host address is river.scc.spokane.edu

    Our access code is English on the Internet
    Your class is English 201

    Look on the roster to find your login name.
    You will supply your own password.

     


     

 

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