= No late work is accepted.
= Not ALL assignments will be completed /introduced on eCompanion.= Students will not be allowed to use computerproblems as an excuse as to why their work islate. They are responsible for backing up theirwork.= Regular attendance and completion of allassignments, on time and as scheduled, isimportant to your success in this course.= Papers, usually, will be graded within 2 weeksof their due date.=Please use Microsoft Word to completepapers. If you only have WordPerfect orMicrosoft Works, you should definitely SAVE AS.rtf (Rich Text Format).= Emails to the instructor must be error-free ( Iam an English teacher, afterall) & will beresponded to within 24 hours Monday-Friday.= If a flood or other major disaster occurs duringthis semester, the instructor will communicatewith the class via email as so what to do tocontinue the course along. Please have anupdated email in eCompanion/eCollege!=Chapters that may not be assigned: Chapters 2,3, and 4. Chapters 7, 9, 10, and 11. Chapter 13.Chapters 23 and 24. And about half of ChuckKlosterman’s essays.
Regular and punctual attendance is an integral part of thelearning process. Poor attendance is likely to affect students’quality of work and overall success in the course.In order to support a positive and comfortable learningenvironment for students and fair practice in our English andHumanities Department courses, the following policies havebeen adopted:1) Since coursework can be both individual and collaborative,regular attendance is vital. If students have
, it will be considered excessive and
intheir withdrawal from the course.2)
a) Students are permitted to make updaily coursework, quizzes, and tests due to
illnesses, mandatory military duty or religious obligations,recognized college-sponsored activities, or funerals. b)Students must be aware that merely notifying the appropriateDivision Dean’s office or their instructor of their absence
equate an excused absence.3)
All other reasons for absences.
No late work will be accepted without anexcused absence & proof (doc’s note, military,funeral, school-related activity). Callinginstructor or dean’s office does not constitutean excused absence.*To document your excused absence(s), youmust email the instructor with two items: 1)the missed homework attached (within a weekof last excused class date), and 2) proof – doc’snote, email from coach, phone number, link tofuneral announcement, etc.
Regular attendance, promptness,and participation in classes isexpected of each student. A studentmissing three consecutive or fivenon-consecutive classes will bereferred to the Division AcademicCounselor.
Email messages are not text messages. Pleasepunctuate and capitalize and use an openingand closing.
Your message should utilizepunctuation and capitalization. Also, placingyour name at the end (after a closing) would bemost helpful; we can’t always recognize you byyour email address.