RHT 095-006 - Meets M 7-9:45pm Room E146
By midnight Sunday (3/9/14), you need to complete the
next two topics of the Online Grammar Assignment:"plurals" and "commonly confused words." This
means you need to have completed 3 exercises for the topic at 80% or higher. If you score less than 80% on an exercise, you cannot redo that
exercise but must choose another one under that topic. You DO NOT need
to print anything out or even email anything to me. If you have my email
address firstname.lastname@example.org listed as your instructor's email, I will be able to see all your work when I log in to the site.
Due Monday, 3/10/14
--Complete a 25-circle clustering for each of your three Journal One topics. Be sure your topic is narrow: ONE stressful thing in your life, ONE positive influence or ONE proud moment even if you freewrote about several. The mayor and heritage topics probably don’t have to be narrowed down. Remember to review assignment instructions on p. 36 and the sample on p. 37 if you are confused. Remember to number each circle when you're done and include the total on the page.
--Complete the Paragraph Assessment on pp. 11/12. You aren't expected to know all the
answers and won't be graded on correctness but just for doing it. If
you don't know an answer, though, don't leave it blank. Either take a
guess or write "I don't know" as your answer.
--Read pages 13-19, 28-30, 39 and 43-47 in your book. Complete a "Five Things Learned" assignment (directions on page 9).
Due Monday, 3/3/14
--Read the syllabus and complete the "Getting to Know Your Syllabus" handout (both sides).
--Complete the Student Information handout (both sides).
--Complete the Journal One assignment. Look at the handout or p. 34 of your book to review the instructions.
--Complete topic one (capitalization) of the online grammar assignment by MIDNIGHT SUNDAY (3/2).
--Buy your book and materials for class and bring them with you next week for credit (p. 7 in your book).
We will begin class in E320, but feel free to check the door of E-146 in case that changes. I will post a sign directing you to the classroom.