Because of theinteractive nature of thiscourse, in-class activities andhomework cannot be madeup due to absence. Debatescannot be made up for anyreason.
In order for this course to be a success, it is essential that all studentsare present every day. Students in EH 346 must follow the English Department’soverall attendance policy, which requires students to be present at 75% of classmeetings. This means that a student may miss no more than
class meetings.Upon your eleventh absence, you have exceeded the maximum absencesallowed and will receive an F for the course. This policy begins the first day ofclass.
It is disruptive to be tardy to class, so please avoid being tardy. If you doarrive late, it is you responsibility to notify me of your attendance by handing in adated, signed note at the end of class. Otherwise, you may be reported absentfor that class.
If you arrive while a speech or debate is in progress, please wait forthe speech/debate to end before entering the classroom.
All students are expected to attend class fully prepared withappropriate materials and all devices that make noise turned to the OFF position(e.g., cell phones, personal stereos, etc.). Any student behavior deemeddisruptive by the instructor will result in expulsion of the student from the classroom,with an absence for the day and possible disciplinary action.
Personal Electronic Communication Devices:
All forms of personal electroniccommunication devices should be used for learning purposes only. If a student’suse of a device is deemed to be disruptive to the learning environment, thestudent will be asked to leave, with an absence for the day.
Disability Accommodation Act:
Any individual who qualifies for reasonable accommodationsunder The Americans WithDisabilities Act or Section 504 ofthe Rehabilitation Act of 1973should contact the teacher immediately.