WRITING 122 *Tentative* Course Plan - Fall 2010
English Composition II
WR 122 - CRN # 40218  - 4 credits
Tues. & Thurs. 10:15 - 11:55 am,
Library Rm. 1
Room changed to PIONEER Rm. 111
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http://current.cocc.edu/Degrees_Classes/calendar/default.aspx
http://current.cocc.edu/UserData/Documents/current/FinalExamSchedule.pdf


Unit 1: Course Introduction & Formal Academic Summary

WK #1 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED
Tues.
9/21
IN-CLASS:  Take roll, deal with Wait List, & introduce WR 122:
--Discuss REVISED AAOT Writing Requirements (effective Fall 2010) & FAQ's (online):
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/REVAAOT_WR121_WR122.htm
--Distribute & discuss WR 122 Syllabus & Course Information (handout)
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/syllabusF10.htm
NOTE: Syllabus section "Writing 122 *Planned* Course Assignments, Grading, Late/Make-Up Policies" is still Under Construction. 
--Discuss
COCC Computing Information & Online Resources for Students (online): http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/ComputingF10.htm
--Distribute & discuss WR 122 *Tentative* Course Plan (handout: pp. 1-2)
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/courseplanF10.htm
NOTE: Course Plan for Weeks 2-11 is still Under Construction.
--Assign WR 122 Student Entry Survey - Week #1, Fall 2010 (handout)
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/surveyentry.htm
--Assign textbook survey and reading: Crusius and Channell Ch. 1 "Understanding Argument," pp. 3-19
--Assign the following argument essays
(topic choices for Formal Academic Summary) in Crusius and Channell:
  
(a) Amber Young, "Capital Punishment: Society's Self-Defense" (pp. 55-58)
   (b) Julie Ross, "Why Residential Construction Needs to Get a Conscience" (pp. 142-151)
   (c) Justin Spidel, "Who Should Have the Right to Marry?" (pp. 243-246)
   (d) Elizabeth Baxley, "Be a Parent, Not a Friend" (pp. 281-284)
   (e) Angi Grellhesl, "Mediating the Speech Code Controversy" (pp. 319-321)
Thur.
9/23
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) DUE:
WR 122 Student Entry Survey - Week #1, Fall 2010
(2)
Read Day #1 handouts and online web sources (see Tues., 9/21) & come to class prepared to ask any questions you may have about this course (so far)
(3) Survey textbook, Read Crusius and Channell Ch. 1 "Understanding Argument," pp. 3-19; and always bring our textbook to class.
(4) Start reading the following argument essays in Crusius and Channell:
   (a) Amber Young, "Capital Punishment: Society's Self-Defense" (pp. 55-58)
   (b) Julie Ross, "Why Residential Construction Needs to Get a Conscience" (pp. 142-151)
   (c) Justin Spidel, "Who Should Have the Right to Marry?" (pp. 243-246)
   (d) Elizabeth Baxley, "Be a Parent, Not a Friend" (pp. 281-284)
   (e) Angi Grellhesl, "Mediating the Speech Code Controversy" (pp. 319-321)
IN-CLASS:  Take roll, deal with Wait List, & continue WR 122 course introduction:
--Discuss student questions regarding this course, Day 1 handouts and online web sources
--Collect completed
WR 122 Student Entry Survey - Week #1, Fall 2010 - to be scored (NOTE: there are no "right" or "wrong" answers; if you complete the survey, you get all 10 points)
--Discuss Crusius and Channell textbook survey and assigned Ch. 1 reading.
--Discuss writing genres and adjusting to their differences; introduce genre conventions of the Formal Academic Summary: distribute/discuss Cora's
Example Formal Academic Summary of Carl Rogers' essay (handout)
--Assign and discuss Formal Academic Summary:
  --Formal Academic Summary Directions
(handout), including MLA-style bibliographical entries for all Formal Academic Summary topic choices
  --Formal Academic Summary Evaluation Checklist
(handout)

Week #1 - FYI:  (1) Fri. 9/24/10: Last Day to Add a New Class
(2) COCC CAP Center
- Career Services, Academic Advising, Personal Counseling
Week #1 Drop-in Advising (COCC Barber Library lower level):
CAP Center Information: http://cap.cocc.edu/
CAP Center - Academic Advising:  http://cap.cocc.edu/Advising/default.aspx
(3) COCC Registration/Student Records
(Boyle Education Center):
 http://current.cocc.edu/Advising_Registration/default.aspx


Finish Unit 1 & Begin Unit 2:  Argument Analysis and Evaluation

WK #2 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED
Tues.
9/28
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) Read all five of the argument essay topic choices for Formal Academic Summary
(2) DUE: Preliminary Draft of Formal Academic Summary
(2 readable paper copies)
(3) Review and Bring to class relevant WR 122 handouts, our textbook, & any questions you may have about Formal Academic Summary assignment.
(4) Read
Crusius and Channell Ch. 2 "Reading an Argument," pp. 21-37.
IN-CLASS:  --Cora will discuss scoring of WR 122 Student Entry Survey & accessing "View Grades" in our Blackboard course.
--In-Class Writer's Workshop #1: Read & complete
Peer Reviews (handout forms) on at least 2 other students' Preliminary Drafts of Formal Academic Summary; to be returned to student authors for discussion & completion of Follow-Up Author Comments (on Peer Reviews)
-
-Discuss Ch. 2 (and review Ch. 1)
Thur.
9/30
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) DUE: Final Draft of Formal Academic Summary (one word-processed correctly formatted & double-spaced paper copy required) - to be graded
(2) ATTACH: Preliminary Drafts of Formal Academic Summary and Writer's Workshop #1 Peer Reviews with Follow-Up Author Comments (from Tues. 9/28) - to be scored
(3) Read Crusius and Channell Ch. 3 "Analyzing Arguments: A Simplified Toulmin Method," pp. 45-59.
IN-CLASS: 
--Exchange readings of Final Draft of Formal Academic Summary
--Collect Final Draft of Formal Academic Summary for grading, and Attachments: Preliminary Drafts of Formal Academic Summary and Writer's Workshop #1 Peer Reviews with Follow-Up Author's Comments for scoring
--Discuss Ch. 3, review Chs. 1 & 2, and methods/criteria for analyzing & evaluating arguments
--Assign Argument Analysis Exercise #1 (handout)

Week #2 - FYI:  Fri., 10/1/10, 5:00 pm: Fall 2010 Tuition due
to Enrollment Services (BEC) & 100% Tuition Refund period ends.
See also COCC 2010-11 Academic Calendar: Important Dates:

http://new.cocc.edu/Degrees_Classes/CalendarRef/default.aspx


Continue Unit 2:  Argument Analysis and Evaluation

WK #3 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED Revised

Week #3 - FYI:  Mon., 10/4/10: Begin Late fees for Late tuition payment & Late registration

Tues.
10/5
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) Due: Argument Analysis Exercise #1
(2) Read Crusius and Channell Ch. 9 "Motivating Action: Arguing to Persuade," pp. 247-272; and review Chs. 1, 2, & 3.
IN-CLASS: 
--Review Crusius and Channell Chs. 1, 2, 3 & 9 (and and methods/criteria for analyzing & evaluating arguments
--Discuss (small group and class) & then collect  Argument Analysis Exercise #1 for scoring

--Assign Unit 2 Take-Home Quiz (on Chs. 1, 2, 3, & 9) - paper handout also available in Bb
--Assign & preview readings: Example Student Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (available in Blackboard only) and Appendix B "Fallacies--and Critical Thinking," pp. 342-357.
Thur.
10/7
Revised
&
Updated
Cora was sick and class was canceled on 10/7/10.  However, Cora sent WR 122 students an email and posted an Announcement in our Bb Course regarding assignments for Tues., 10/12/10, and update on Cora's grading progress.
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) DUE:  Unit 2 Take-Home Quiz
(2) Read Example Student Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay
(provided in Blackboard)
(3) Read Crusius and Channell Appendix B "Fallacies--and Critical Thinking," pp. 342-357
IN-CLASS:  -Cora plans to return graded Formal Academic Summary, discuss revision option, & encourage students to check "View Grades" in Blackboard.
--Collect Unit 2 Take-Home Quiz (on Chs. 1, 2, 3, & 9) for scoring
--Distribute & Assign Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay Directions (handout)
--Revised: distribute Evaluation Checklist (handout)
--
Updated Review Approved Argument Topic Choices (listed in MLA Style Works Cited format) for Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (online only):
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/TopicChoicesMLAstyle.htm
--Discuss Example Student Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (available in Blackboard only)---Assign essay prep:  Argument Analysis Exercise #2 (handout)
Some in-class time at end of class will be made for impromptu conferences with Cora regarding graded Formal Academic Summaries & allowed revisions.

Continue Unit 2:  Argument Analysis and Evaluation

WK #4 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED Revised
Mon.
10/11

NON-TEACHING DAY:  No classes or instructor office hours
will be held.  However, the College will be open for other business.

Tues.
10/12
Revised
 

 

ASSIGNMENTS DUE - Revised (per email and Bb Announcement, 10/7/10):
(1) DUE: Argument Analysis Exercise #2 [Prep for Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay]
Rev. (1) DUE:  Unit 2 Take-Home Quiz
Rev. (2) Read Example Student Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (provided in Blackboard)
Rev. (3) Read Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay Directions (handout)
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/ArgumentAnalysisEvaluationDir.htm
Rev. (4) Review and Choose an argument for Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay from  Approved Argument Topic Choices (available online only):
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/TopicChoicesMLAstyle.htm
IN-CLASS: -REV: Cora returned & discussed graded Formal Academic Summary, Revision option, & reminded students to check "View Grades" in Blackboard.
scoring of Unit 2 Take-Home Quiz  Cora also plans to return & discuss scored Argument Analysis Exercise #1
--Discuss (small group and class) & then collect completed Argument Analysis Exercise #2 for scoring
--Discuss & self-correct Unit 2 Take-Home Quiz (on Chs. 1, 2, 3, & 9) and then collect for scoring
--Discuss Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay Directions (handout)
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/ArgumentAnalysisEvaluationDir.htm
--Review Approved Argument Topic Choices (listed in MLA Style Works Cited format) for Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (online only):
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/wr122/TopicChoicesMLAstyle.htm
--Review Example Student Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (available only in Blackboard)
--Some in-class time was made for impromptu conferences with Cora to discuss graded Formal Academic Summary, revision option, individual student questions re: Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay directions and topics, etc.

--Assign In-Text Citation & Works Cited Documentation Exercise #1 (handout)
--In-class Work Period:  Work on In-Text Citation & Works Cited Documentation Exercise #1 (for which you'll need to have our textbook with you!)

Thurs.
10/14
Revised
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) Continue working on your Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay

DUE: In-Text Citation & Works Cited Documentation Exercise #1

IN-CLASS: Cora returned scored Unit 2 Take-Home Quiz & reminded students to check "View Grades" in Blackboard.
Cora plans to return & discuss scoring of Argument Analysis Exercise #2,
Discuss (small group and class) & then collect completed 
In-Text Citation & Works Cited Documentation Exercise #1 for scoring
--Continue discussion of Example Student Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (available only in Blackboard), and student questions re:  Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay Directions (handout), and Approved Argument Topic Choices (available online only)
--
Distribute & discuss MLA Style In-Text Citation Practices (paper handout, also available in our Bb course under MLA Style content area)
--Some in-class time was made for impromptu conferences with Cora on student questions regarding Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay assignment.

Finish Unit 2 & Begin Unit 3: Research Skills & Avoiding Plagiarism

WK #5 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED Revised
Tues.
10/19
Revised
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) DUE: Preliminary Draft of Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (2 readable paper copies required)
(2) Review and Bring to class relevant WR 122 handouts, our textbook, & any questions you may (still) have about Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay assignment.
IN-CLASS: 
--Distribute Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay Evaluation Checklist (handout).
--In-Class Writer's Workshop #2: Read & complete Peer Reviews (handout forms, also available in Bb) on at least 2 other students' Preliminary Drafts of Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay; to be returned to student authors for discussion & Follow-Up Author Comments (on Peer Reviews)
--Some in-class time will be made for impromptu conferences with Cora to discuss students' questions regarding Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay assignment.
Thur.
10/21
Revised
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) DUE: Final Draft of Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay (one word-processed correctly formatted & double-spaced paper copy required) - to be graded
(2) ATTACH: Preliminary Drafts of Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay and Writer's Workshop #2 Peer Reviews with Follow-Up Author Comments (from Tues. 10/19) - to be scored
(3)
Explore the COCC Barber Library home page/web
IN-CLASS: 
-Exchange readings of Final Draft of Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay
--Collect Final Draft of Argument Analysis- Evaluation Essay for grading, and Attachments: Preliminary Drafts  and Writer's Workshop #2 Peer Reviews with Follow-Up Author's Comments for scoring
--Distribute & discuss Information Literacy (handout); Preview Ch. 5 (pp. 93-130), Research-Based Argument Essay assignment, discuss exploratory research and informational search skills
--Assign Library Databases & WWWeb Research-Evaluation Exercise (handout) & discuss MLA-style Works Cited (handout) models for database and WWWeb sources.

-
-Distribute What Is Plagiarism?  (handout) and preview Ch. 6 "Ethical Writing and Plagiarism"

Unit 3: Research Skills & Avoiding Plagiarism, cont'd

WK #6 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED Revised

Week #6 - FYI:  Mon. 10/25/10: Midterm Grade Reports due from all COCC instructors
(meanwhile, please check your "View Grades" in our Blackboard course)

Tues.
10/26
Revised
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1)  DUE: Library Databases & WWWeb Research-Evaluation Exercise (1 readable copy)
(2)  Read "What Is Plagiarism?" (handout) & Ch. 6 "Ethical Writing and Plagiarism" (pp.

(3)  Read Ch. 5 "Writing Research-Based Arguments" pp. 93-130, and bring your textbook to class
IN-CLASS: 
--Discuss Library Databases & WWWeb Research-Evaluation Exercises:  Correct MLA Style Works Cited for databases & WWWeb sources, & complete Evaluation section in class; then collect for scoring OR
(Revised) submit edited/completed Exercises on Thurs., 10/28
 - Discuss Avoiding Plagiarism:  Ch. 6 and "What Is Plagiarism?"  (handout)  and assign Take-Home Plagiarism Quiz.  Recommend related resources linked in our Bb course  under "Avoiding Plagiarism" :
     -Read/Review Academic Dishonesty (COCC Student Rights and Responsibilities)
  URL: http://studentlife.cocc.edu/Policies/Rights+and+Responsibilities/default.aspx
     --Do Self-Test - Recognizing and Avoiding Plagiarism: Exercises (Cornell Univ.)
  
URL: http://plagiarism.arts.cornell.edu/tutorial/exercises.cfm
Thur.
10/28
Revised
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1)  DUE:  Take-Home Plagiarism Quiz (to be self-corrected in class, then collected)
(2)  Review/Skim Chs. 8, 9, & 10 (different Aims/types of Arguments)
(3)  Begin topic selection & exploratory research
--Revised (4)  Collect rest of Library Databases & WWWeb Research-Evaluation Exercises (if not turned in on Tues., 10/26)
IN-CLASS:  -Cora plans to return & discuss graded Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay & scored Attachments, discuss Revision option, & remind students to check "View Grades" in Blackboard & to discuss any questions/concerns re: current course grades with Cora
--Go over  & self-correct Take-Home Plagiarism Quiz in class, then collect for scoring
--Assign Research-Based Argument Essay - Directions (handout) & discuss different types of Argument essays (convincing, persuading, mediating, problem-solution, etc.)
--Review Example Student Argument Essay in Ch. 5 (pp. 142-151) by Julie Ross
--Assign Topic Proposal and Annotated Bibliography - Directions (handout) - and see example Annotated Bibliography in Ch. 7 (Crusius and Channell 207-208)
--Assign Search Strategy Inventory - Directions  (paper handout & available in Blackboard)
--Revised Continue discussion of library and information Search Strategies and Sources, Hovekamp's resources and Campus Library > Research Tools
<http://campuslibrary.cocc.edu/Research+Tools/default.aspx>
--Revised: Class discussed and agreed upon a tentative Course Plan of major  Assignment deadlines for Weeks 7 - Finals Week.

 Finish Unit 3; Begin Unit 4: Research Project  & Research-Based Argument Essay
Class discussed (in class on Thurs., 10/28/10) and agreed upon the following
tentative Course Plan of Assignment deadlines for Weeks 7 - Finals Week.

WK #7 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED Revised
Tues.
11/2
Revised
ASSIGNMENTS DUE: 
(1) Review/Bring relevant handouts and any questions you have (so far) about assignments
(2) Review Example Topic Proposal & Annotated Bibliography  (available in Bb)
(3)  Continue topic selection and exploratory research
Rev: (4) Recommended: BRING to class your Search Strategies Inventory (so far)
IN-CLASS:  Revised: Cora plans to return & discuss graded Argument Analysis-Evaluation Essay & scored Attachments, discuss Revision option, & remind students to check "View Grades" in Blackboard & to discuss any questions/concerns re: current course grades with Cora
--Continue discussion of Research Project assignments and students' questions.
Thurs.
11/4
Revised
ASSIGNMENTS DUE
(1) DUE: Preliminary Draft of Topic Proposal & Annotated Bibliography (1 readable paper copy) - to be workshopped & edited in class -
    --PLUS ONE paper or E-copy for Cora
(2) DUE:  Preliminary Draft of Search Strategies Inventory (1 readable paper copy) - to be workshopped and edited  in class. 
    --PLUS ONE paper or E-copy for Cora
(3)  BRING
to class one or more full-text/s of source/s addressed in your Annotated Bibliography, and handouts on MLA-Style Works Cited (Documentation of different types of sources) & MLA-style In-Text Citation Practices
--
Revised: Some in-class time will be made for
IN-CLASS: 
--In-Class Writer's Workshop #3: (review Preliminary Drafts of Topic Proposals & Annotated Bibliographies, and of Search Strategies Inventories)
--Don't forget to provide Cora with paper copies and/or send her electronic copies of your preliminary drafts of Topic Proposal & Annotated Bibliography and Search Strategies Inventory TODAY!

Week #7 - FYI:   Fri. 11/5/10: Last Day to Drop full-term classes with NO grade
 on transcript
(NOTE: Instructor's approval is NOT required)


Unit 4: Research Project (prep. for Research-Based Argument Essay), cont'd

WK #8 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED

Week #8 - FYI:  Mon. 11/8/10: Begin Instructor's approval required to Withdraw
from classes and "W" will appear on transcript

Tues.
11/9
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) * DUE: Final Draft of Topic Proposal and Annotated Bibliography *
(2) * DUE:  Final Draft of Search Strategies Inventory *

(3)  DUE: ATTACHMENTS: Preliminary Drafts and Peer Reviews (from Workshop #3)
(4)  Bring Source/s and your textbook
IN-CLASS:  Cora will return & discuss her critiques of copies of students' Preliminary Drafts of Topic Proposals, Annotated Bibliographies, and Search Strategies Inventories (IF submitted to Cora on Thurs., 11/4/10).
--Continue discussion of Research Project assignments and students' questions.
--Discuss Planning and Drafting Research-Based Argument Essay: 
--RECOMMEND Example Student Outline/Plan
(handout and in Blackboard)

--Assign & do in class:  In-Text Citation Exercise #1

*Final Drafts and ATTACHMENTS may be submitted  to Cora's Humanities Dept. Mailbox, MODOC 226, on or before FRIDAY, Nov. 12, 10:00 AM.

Thurs. 11/11/10: Veteran's Day Holiday: NO Classes & College is Closed

Fri., 11/12 by 10:00 AM: *Final Drafts and ATTACHMENTS may be submitted  to Cora's Humanities Dept. Mailbox, MODOC 226, on or before FRIDAY, Nov. 12, 10:00 AM.

Unit 4: Research Project, cont'd

WK #9 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED
Tues.
11/16
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) TBA
IN-CLASS:  Cora will return and discuss graded Topic Proposal, Annotated Bibliography, Search Strategies Inventory, and discuss Revision Option.
Thurs.
11/18
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) DUE: Preliminary Draft of Research-Based Argument Essay
(2) RECOMMENDED: Detailed Outline/Plan
IN-CLASS: 
--In-Class Writer's Workshop #4: (review Preliminary Drafts of Research-Based Argument Essay)

Week #9 - FYI:  Fri. 11/19/10 & Sat. 11/20/10:
Registration for Winter 2011 begins for currently enrolled students


Unit 4, cont'd

WK #10 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED
Tues.
11/23
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1)  DUE:  Final Draft of Research-Based Argument Essay - Paper Version
(2) DUE:  E Version of Final Draft of Research-Based Argument Essay (send to Cora via email and Cora will submit to Turnitin)

(3) DUE: ATTACHMENTS: Preliminary Drafts and Peer Reviews
IN-CLASS: 
 TBA

Thurs. 11/25/10 & Fri. 11/26/10: Thanksgivings Holiday
NO Classes & College is Closed


Under Construction/Being Revised for Fall 2010

WK #11 ASSIGNMENTS DUE & IN-CLASS ACTIVITIES PLANNED
Tues.
11/30
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) TBA
IN-CLASS: 
 TBA  Cora plans to return and discuss graded Research-Based Argument Essays, scored Attachments, and discuss Revision Option. 

Week #11 - FYI:  Wed. 12/1/10, 5 pm:
Last Day to Withdraw from Classes AND Instructor's approval is required.

Thurs.
12/2
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
(1) TBA
IN-CLASS: 
 Assign Exit Survey and Course Reflections (handout)

Under Construction/Being Revised for Fall 2010

FINALS WEEK (Dec. 6-10, 2010)
See also Fall 2010 Final Exam Schedule:
http://current.cocc.edu/UserData/Documents/current/FinalExamSchedule.pdf
COCC 2010-11 Academic Calendar: Important Dates:
http://new.cocc.edu/Degrees_Classes/CalendarRef/default.aspx

WR 122 (CRN 40218) Scheduled Final

Dec. 7, 2010
Tues.
10:15 am
PIO 111
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:  
(1)
DUE: Optional Revision of Research-Based Argument Essay
with Required ATTACHMENTS

(2) Exit Survey and Course Reflections
IN-CLASS:
 Exit Survey and Course Reflections (handout)

Fall 2010 Term Final Course Grades:

Tues., Dec. 14, 2010: Fall  2010 Final Course Grades due from all COCC instructors (and it is very likely that Cora will not finish grading until this deadline).
Thurs., Dec 16, 2010: Fall 2010 Final Course Grades available for student review on COCC web.  Cora's students can also access "View Grades" in our Blackboard course to review their Fall 2010 Final Course Grades.
Mon., Jan. 3, 2011:  COCC Winter 2011 term classes begin.

NOTE WELL:  Cora will be on approved COCC Sabbatical Leave in Winter 2011,
which means that Cora will NOT be on campus and will NOT be teaching in Winter 2011,
and will NOT officially report back to work until March 28, 2011, the beginning of Spring 2011 term.
HOWEVER . . .
(1) If you have any questions or concerns about your Fall 2010 final course grade,
please contact Cora ASAP via email: cagatucci@cocc.edu
(2) As for retrieving your Fall 2010 Final & any other coursework left in my possession,
you can make arrangements with me via email to do so in Winter or Spring 2011.
I will keep Fall 2010 student papers and grade records until at least the beginning of Fall 2011.


COCC Snow Closure Policy:
http://employees.cocc.edu/Policies/Snow+Closure/default.aspx


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