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PostSubject: How To Post Your Class Notes   Sun Jan 09, 2011 6:04 pm

To post class notes please title your topic using the date and time of your class for example:

Quote :
Notes: Monday Sept. 6, 8:00

Notes should be clear.

Notes should be in point form except where full sentences are needed for clarity.

Notes must include any future due dates mentioned in class and should indicate whether there was work due or handouts.

Feel free to post additional information to notes posted by other students.
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PostSubject: Week #2 COMP 1007   Mon Sep 10, 2012 2:04 pm

COMP English 1007 Room 246 East

September 10, 2012 (Week #2)

Today we went over our contract/handout in class with our professor.
Professor only accepts hard copies of assignment, but you can send him an email demonstrating that your finish.
APA - Due Week #3.
We will be using alot *Class notes, Calender and Open discussion*
We will be doing Journals at home and then take up in small dicussion in class. Then debrief about what we discuss.
This course COMP 1007 breaks down into 3 components LITERAL, INTERCEPTIVE AND CRITICAL ANALYTICAL
These components will give you understanding of critcal thinking and how to apply it within the Pre-Community Service program.
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PostSubject: Class Notes Monday 10th of September   Thu Sep 13, 2012 7:02 pm

We went over the program guides and expectations.

An assignment is due next Monday on APA style formation. It's a small indtroduction to the style, try to stay away from mentioning it's history and stick to the basic functions.

A lot of tips and things to keep mind were given out in this class, on this class, and here are some of them :

-The final grade of this English class will no doubt be looked at in the future by potential employers. That's some serious motivation material there.

- The TLC in the library is there to help us. They can look at rough work and point out some revisions to be made and help us catch our mistakes. A visit to them could really up the final paper.

- Once a student is set up in the College English Forum they can post class notes, throw up projects for feed back, and hold open discussions. We can all help one another get to that point together. It's a big pull also considering that after a certain amount of postings bonus marks are acredited. Pretty cool huh?

- This forum has a calander that Prof. D recommends get's checked every week

- In the class room when it's time to hand in assingments they've got to be passed in on hard copy, good old fashioned word processed style. If not they can't receive a mark.

- Once marked work is graded and handed back to the student, the students are urged to hold on to them. Keep everything. Because maybe at the end of the term the marks don't quite add up, and keeping all projects a student can back themselves up and defend their mark if necessary.

- Plagerisim, copy and pasting, this will not be toloerated in this class room and will specifically be punished to the full extent, so be very careful to avoid that.

Ok Tips, and Tricks, Hope this helps anyone
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PostSubject: Re: How To Post Your Class Notes   Sat Sep 15, 2012 1:08 pm

Please post notes as a new thread. Reply to existing threads with questions, comments or additions. Do not reply to stickies.

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