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ENGLISH 122 On Campus ASSIGNMENTS PAGE

This page lists all of your assignments and due dates as well as providing links to more detailed explanations of each assignment.

Assignment

Due

 

 

Reading Journal : 60 points Cr/NCR [click here for sample journal]

You must complete a minimum of 12 journals to get credit. If you complete fewer than 12 journals, you will get ZERO points for this section! Each journal must be 3-5 pages to get credit..

 

Every Monday by 11:00 A.M. PST

 

 

Reading Quiz #1 - 30 points A-F [on-line timed quiz]
Quiz may be taken two times - scores will be averaged.

 

Due week #5 9/20 10:00 am 
must be completed BEFORE 9/24 10:00 A.M. PST

Reading Quiz #2 - 30 points A-F [on-line timed quiz]
Quiz may be taken two times - scores will be averaged.

 

Due week #13 11/15 10:00am
must be completed BEFORE 11/19 10:00 A.M. PST

Midterm Exam - 40 points A-F 
Exam includes all information since quiz #1 -You may only take this exam one time.

 

Due week #9 - 10/18 10:00 am 
must be completed BEFORE 10/22 10:00 A.M. PST

Play Attendance - 30 Points A-F [click here for more information] *******You must attach a scanned copy of your ticket stub to your paper to get credit*******

 

Due week #9 - 10/18 10:00 am 
must be completed BEFORE 10/22 10:00 A.M. PST

Final Exam - 40 points A-F 
Exam includes all information since quiz #2 - no notes allowed. You may only take this exam one time.

 

Due week #17 - 12/11 10:00 am 
must be completed BEFORE 12/13 2:00pm PST

Literary Analysis Paper - 60 points A-F [click here for more information]

 

Due week #17 - 12/11 10:00 am 
must be completed BEFORE 12/13 2:00pm PST

Class Participation - 40 points

You all begin with 40 points. Every time you miss a class or if you come to class but do not participate in class, you will lose 5-10 of your points! If your points reach ZERO you will be dropped from the class!

Participation is defined as actively engaging in discussion with your peers and the instructor regarding the readings assigned.

Last Updated: 01/27/2015
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