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ENGLISH 122 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

Orientation: 20 points A-F [click here for orientation page]

This assignment should be completed during our on-campus orientation, but just in case you don't finish in class, you have until 11:55 pm on Sunday to get everything submitted.

There are 4 specific activities you must complete correctly to get your points: Journal #0 = 5 points / Discussion Questions #0 = 5 points / Responding to group #0 = 5 points / Quiz #0 = 5 points

 11:55 pm on Sunday PST after the on campus orientation

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 10:00 A.M. PST

Online Discussions: 120 points A-F

You must complete a minimum of 12 on-line discussions [10 points each]. On-line discussions include posting your answers to discussion questions [5 points] and responding to other students in your group. [5 points] You need to write something meaningful to your groupmates. YOU WILL NOT GET CREDIT IF YOU JUST SAY 'GOOD JOB' - the goal is to talk about the pieces with your group to increase everyone's understanding.

 

Post your answers to discussion questions every Wednesday by 10:00 AM PST

Post your response to other students answers every Friday by 10:00 AM 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 BEFORE Friday 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 BEFORE Friday 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 -BEFORE Friday 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 - BEFORE Friday 10:00 A.M. PST

Final Exam - 40 points A-F 
Exam includes all information since quiz #2. You may only take this exam one time.

 

Due week #17 - BEFORE 12/14 10:00 am PST

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

 

Due week #17 - BEFORE 12/14 10:00 am PST

Class Participation - 40 points

You all begin with 40 points. Every week you miss logging in, you will lose 5 points per day missed! If your points reach ZERO you will be dropped from the class!

You must log into Blackboard 3 days a week or you will lose points.

Conduct

Your respectful participation in this class is essential for your learning and the learning of your classmates. Students who commit disrespectful or distracting/ non-participatory behaviors will be referred to the dean for appropriate action and blocked from the class until resolution is found.

Plagiarism

The Communication Arts Department has a zero tolerance policy for cheating or plagiarism.  
 
According to the Cuyamaca College Catalog, Student Code of Conduct, Academic Dishonesty such as cheating or plagiarizing, is grounds for instructional and administrative sanctions. That means that if you present the words (even three or more in a row), ideas, or work of someone else as your own, or if you have your work heavily rewritten by someone else and turn it in as your own, your instructor has the right to fail the assignment. The same is true if you are seen or otherwise caught cheating on a quiz, exam or other non-collaborative assignment.   In addition to whatever penalty the instructor applies to your graded work, he/she will report your misconduct to the Department Chair, the Instructional Dean and the Associate Dean of Student Affairs. The Associated Dean of Student Affairs will keep a master list of cases of student misconduct. Any student who is reported to have cheated or plagiarized twice will be called in for a meeting with that dean. It will be up to the dean's discretion to determine what action to take, but students may be SUSPENDED FROM THE COLLEGE OR PERMANENTLY EXPELLED for repeated acts of cheating or plagiarism. Please feel free to consult the college catalog for further information or visit http://www.cuyamaca.edu/ascc/conduct.asp

Writing Center (B-167, 660-4463) 

To help you succeed in this class, sign up for Supervised Writing tutoring at the Writing Center.  All tutoring sections are FREE.  Tutors can assist you in analyzing sentence and paragraph structure to improve your overall writing skills, and your grade!

Students with disabilities who may need academic accommodations should discuss options with their instructors during the first two weeks of class.  It is also recommended that you contact Disabled Students’ Programs & Services (DSP&S) in A-114.  You may also call DSP&S at 660-4576 to schedule an appointment.

Last Updated: 08/06/2015
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