To minimize this type of stress in this class, we will enact the following policies: Writing assignments in this course will allow you to discuss matters that are personally relevant to you as a student.
To minimize this type of stress in this class, we will enact the following policies: Writing assignments in this course will allow you to discuss matters that are personally relevant to you as a student. I will do my best to say only positive comments about your writing during class unless you tell me you're comfortable with critique of your work while in the classroom.
Any comments to help you improve will be typed as comments on your documents or in a digital chat session. In addition, you can visit my office for a private conversation to help you improve. No final grade on writing assignments will be given until you have had a chance to improve them based on my feedback.
The only exception is rough, revised, and final drafts of papers, which are awarded points for timely completion and revision effort only. If you feel stressed or worried about a grade for any assignment or the overall course, I would be happy to talk with you about your concerns and options for moving your grade to where you would like it to be.
You can set up an appointment with me by emailing me your free times to meet, even outside my stated office hours. Conduct Policies Seek help from Dr. If you are struggling or need help, send me an email —we can meet for tutoring in my office. You can also use workshop time in class to ask me questions.
You may seek help on assignments before they are due.
Be sure to use your UNG email account if you send me an email. Obtain permission to visit the Writing Center. It all depends on the kind of help you are seeking.
Talk to me before going to the Writing Center for help. Arriving on time goes a long way to staying on track. I won't embarrass you if I see you off-task, but I will send you an email letting you know my disappointment. I want you to succeed--time in class is essential to that success.
Some assignments will be homework, and some will be done in the classroom. When you are absent, show me proof of excuse to avoid the penalty for late work. Attendance will often be required for full credit on an assignment. Being here every class period, with all assignments ready, is the best way to earn the grade you want.
Always email to notify me about an absence. All assignments for credit will be done in Google Drive. Writing assignments have length requirements stated in the instructions.
You will need access to a working computer with reliable internet. The computers in the labs here on campus work great if you don't have one at home.English is English Composition I, a 3-credit hour course offered by the English Department in the College of Arts and Letters that fulfills one of two Area A "Communication Skills" requirements.
You must earn a "C" in English in order to move on to English English and English are communication courses with outcomes that address the critical thinking, rhetoric, processes, and modes and media involved in communication.
These outcomes derive from state, disciplinary, and institutional mandates. Learn english with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of english flashcards on Quizlet. Course Descriptions. English Composition I - ENGL Description.
A composition course focusing on skills required for effective writing in a variety of contexts, with emphasis on exposition, analysis, and argumentation. The course includes an introductory use of a variety of research skills. ENGL English Composition II () is a composition course that develops writing skills beyond the levels of proficiently required by English , emphasizing interpretation and evaluation, and incorporating a variety of .
Description of Course English is English Composition I, a 3-credit hour course offered by the English Department in the College of Arts and Letters that fulfills one of two Area A "Communication Skills" requirements.