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Spring 2009


FINALS WEEK
XI. Final Exam Week
FINAL EXAM:
Monday, May 4th - 8:00-10:00 p.m.

I will have Office Hours - in EBH202 - for at least one hour before the Final Exam ... and likely two or more hours. It goes without saying, I can also be reached via email and in my office, as usual.

The Written Section of the Final Exam is here. Again, it's due Noon, Wednesday, 6 May 2009.

REMINDER OF EXAM PROTOCOLS:

  • TELEPHONES SURRENDERED TO LAB AIDE
  • The ONLY books you may use are your Allyn & Bacon Handbook and, if desired, a dictionary.
  • You may use all your notes, handouts, and printouts ... but you may NOT have photocopies of other people's materials.
  • When FIVE MINUTES of exam time remain you may use your computer ... but if you use IM (instant messaging) or email at any time before turning in your exam, both you and your message partner/s will receive a 0.0 for the exam.
  • For more on MSU's policies on academic dishonesty, please see this page from the Office of the Ombudsman.
  • You would also be well-advised to bring one examination "bluebook."
Get Your War On 1
Get Your War On 2

Week 1
I. Introduction to the Course [
a/k/a Previous Weeks]
  MON 1.12 WED 1.14
5:00-5:50 Office Hours Office Hours
6:00-7:50+ WRA135 WRA135

  • PLEASE NOTE: All materials and assignments will be covered during class. Always take good notes and you'll be just fine. ADDITIONAL NOTE: at the University Level, "take good notes" means "take more notes than you think you'll really need."
  • PLEASE ALSO NOTE: For the first week of classes we will meet in the classroom assigned by the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & American Cultures - indicated in the MSU schedule - EBH105. Beginning 1.14.08 we will always meet in EBH203, the Learning Resources Center's Computer Lab, unless otherwise indicated on this Schedule.
  • Course introduction.
  • "Get to know one another" session.
  • Discussion of writing - and prewriting - as a fundamental process of self-discovery.
  • Discussion of the Quindlen article.
  • Four Rules of Prewriting.
  • Q&A session.

ASSIGNMENT FOR WEEK 2 (so complete the assignment BEFORE next week, of course):

  • Read Horace Miner's "Body Ritual among the Nacirema."
  • Begin to consider the writing assignment associated with that essay (that is, begin your prewriting).
  • IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO STAY IN THIS SECTION, please begin composing a document in a word processor detailing the following six matters. (NOTE: respond in SHORT but COMPLETE sentences - with agreeing subjects and verbs, commas in the right places, and all your other best "English Composition Stuff" as you know it presently. Again, keep your responses SHORT and COMPLETE.) Just hang on to this document (e.g., store it in your AFS space) for the time being, please. Also, please NEVER "Save as HTML" if your wordprocessors allows that.

    1. The name by which you wish to be known by myself and your class mates (e.g., "Dave" instead of "David," "Bobbi" instead of "Roberta," "T.C." instead of "Thomas Carlyle," &c.). This will be the representation of your "self" as listed on the forthcoming daily sign-up sheet, the WRA135 class webpage for Spring 2008, and just about everything else. (While work-intensive, we like to keep it somewhat informal in here. <g>)
    2. Indicate what computer/technology experiences/resources are presently at your command.
    3. Indicate any service work you've previously accomplished or with which you are currently engaged.
    4. What do you like in media ... and - by extension - what are you like, as demonstrated by your favorite media? That is, choose some books or movies or musicians or TV shows or radio stations or CDs or authors or whatever to exemplify your "tastes of favorites," illustrative of whom you see yourself to be ... and why.
    5. Offer a quick'n'dirty synopsis (title, author, abstract, BRIEF commentary) of the last two novels you've read (and remember, Shakespeare did not write novels).
    6. How has the post-9.11.01 American environment effected you personally?

  • Spend AT LEAST two hours going over various materials related to this course, including - but not limited to - the following:
  • Make an honest assessment of your ability to commit to this VERY challenging course, bearing in mind the time required to fulfill your Service-Learning obligation. If you choose to drop, NOW is the time to do it ... though PLEASE recognize ALL Tier One writing courses are very challenging!

Week 2
II. Early Writings and the Rubric
  MON 1.19 WED 1.21
5:00-5:50 MLK Day!
No classes
WRA135
6:00-7:50+ Office Hours

  • PLEASE NOTE: all materials and assignments will be covered during class. Take good notes and you'll be just fine.
  • Establish your homepage and BOTH webfolio pages (135 and SLWP).
  • Catch-up time for new folks & supplemental "get to know each other" session.
  • Further discussion of "Body Ritual among the Nacirema."
  • Further discussion of the writing assignment associated with that essay. Post your current draft as <http://www.msu.edu/~userid/135/nac1.html>, where <userid> is your MSU userid.
  • Continued discussion of the writing process.
  • Additional matters for your webfolios:
    • Download the spreadsheet you can use to keep up with your class evaluations. (Then you can keep the scores privately in your AFS space.)
    • Discussion of the online essay format typically used for this course, which you should keep in your WRA135 webfolio.

Assignment:

  • Become familiar with TQIC rules - with an emphasis on the components of a thesis.
  • Create a webpage [appropriate filename: <RubricStuff.html>] describing in detail the three SPECIFIC sub-sections (e.g., comma splices, introductions, adverbs) of the Rubric you find:
    • MOST problematic (three sub-sections)
    • LEAST problematic (three sub-sections)
    • Also include on that webpage your responses to the six questions posed earlier (i.e., the name by which you wish to be known, &c.). Please do NOT use MSWord to "save as HTML" - copy and paste the TEXT in its "raw form"!
  • Consider whom you would like as a member of your group (keeping in mind your group members need NOT be a reflection of your [potentially] shared SLWP assignments, but will be the folks with whom you will present the Civil Liberties materials)
  • Post a draft of your Nacirema First Draft in accordance with the assignment ... correctly formatted.


Week 3
II. Early Writings, Group Establishment/Development, and Contacting Agencies

  MON 1.26 WED 1.28
5:00-5:50 WRA135 -
MEET IN
EBH203 from
now on
WRA135
6:00-7:50+ Office Hours
Bessey 202
Office Hours
  • Establish your homepage and BOTH webfolio pages (135 and SLWP).
  • Discussion of Project Agreement, Audience Assessment, and Fact File/Interview.
  • Go over your Nacirema essays, turn them into revised webpages, discuss evaluation/revision/editing methods & strategies.
  • Update posted Nacirema essays.
  • Review posted online descriptions of yourself (interests, Rubric/tech skills, & last two novels read, &c - see Assignment for Week 2).
  • Additional matters:
  • Download the spreadsheet you can use to keep up with your class evaluations. (Then you can keep the scores privately in your AFS space.)Moe Bush
  • Discussion of the online essay format typically used for this course, which you should keep in your 135 webfolio.
  • Determine group Moes. (Picture your group Moe wearing that distinctive Moe Howard wig ... it seems to help.... <g>)
  • Q&A sessions.

Assignment:

  • Find the person's Nacirema essay you were assigned. Remember their essay will be found at this URL: <http://www.msu.edu/~userid/135/nac1.html>, where "userid" is their ... well ... their user identification. Print a Rubric's "side two" and fill out the "Instructor Evaluation" side for your peer ... as best you can for now!
  • Read your group's Civil Liberties chapter, as it will be the "launching pad" for your presentations.
  • Get together to discuss your chapter with one another.
  • Work on your own webfolio pages.
  • Revise for a Next Draft your Nacirema observations - per the writing assignment - with an eye to suggestions made by peer-reviewers
  • Become utterly familiar with the six categories of the Rubric
  • Yet again: Become familiar with TQIC rules
  • YOU ARE NOW EXPECTED TO HAVE ALL YOUR "TREEWARE" TEXTS FOR THIS COURSE.

Week 4
III. Early Writings & the Language of Democracy
IV. Familiarization with Resources
(MEET IN THE MAIN LIBRARY ON WEDNESDAY)

  MON 2.2 WED 2.4
5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
meet in Main Library
across from Reference
Desk; librarian Hui Hua
Chua will make your
research life so EASY!
7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

  • Further discussion of "prewriting," "drafting," and "editing."
  • Another Rubric review.
  • Revise and post to your webfolio your latest Nacirema assignment.
  • Develop your webfolios as YOUR OWN.
  • Learn to do "Targets" on HTML pages using your editor (i.e., SeaMonkey, Mozilla, Netscape, whatever) - SUPER EASY! Then, start uploading your journal reflections.
  • Set up a Twitter account - to be updated at least twice a week to let your groupmembers know what you're up to in terms of your research (remember to begin each "tweet" with WRA135). You're certainly more than welcome to post on matters other than your research, of course! More on Twitter here.
Assignment:

  • Read your group's Civil Liberties chapter, as it will be the "launching pad" for your presentations.Moe Szyslak As a group, review your research strategy and guidelines for working and writing together.
  • Get together to discuss your chapter with one another. Be sure you've chosen the right Moe! (Illustration to the right would clearly be the wrong Moe. <grin>)
  • Work on your own webfolio pages.
  • Revise toward a Final Draft your Nacirema observations - per the writing assignment - with an eye to suggestions made by peer-reviewers
  • Become "super-familiar" with the six categories of the Rubric
  • Yet again: Become familiar with TQIC rules
  • Katherine Newman's "American Nightmares"
  • Charles Derber's "The Good Man Fills His Own Stomach"
  • P.J. O'Rourke's funny, thought-provoking "Slamming and Jamming" (For review)
  • Update your WRA135 webfolio to include abstracts about current readings (not including the poetry, below)

Week 5
IV.
Familiarization with Resources, cont'd
(
MEET IN THE WRITING CENTER ON MONDAY)

  MON 2.9
MEET AT WRITING
CENTER 300 BESSEY
WED 2.11
5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

  • MEET IN THE WRITING CENTER ON MONDAY
  • Revise and post to webfolios your latest assignments. Your webfolios must now be YOUR OWN.
  • Wednesday: Dave Smith coming in! (Karen out of town this week.)
  • Review Allyn & Bacon Handbook issues - BRING YOURS ON WEDNESDAY, along with some Rubrics, please.
  • View beginning of Victory Begins at Home, by Bill Maher.
  • Discussion of Newman, Derber, and O'Rourke.
  • Poetry time! Whitman and Frost.
  • Review of your S-L journal entries.

Assignment:

  • Upload your S-L journal's latest entries.
  • Have an updated draft of your Nacirema essay posted to your WRA135 Webfolio
  • Study for FIRST MIDTERM EXAM!
  • REMINDER: As discussed in class, Midterm Exam #1 will cover everything for which you've been responsible since the beginning of the semester. This includes - but may not be limited to - all the following:

  • Fundamental class information from the Achievement Requirements (including how many absences you're "allowed" with no question, differences between 3.5 and 2.5 essays, etc.)
  • Fundamental computer skills, such as:
      • How to access your webspace
      • How to correctly format a URL - how its name is organized, where it must go in your Andrew File Space, &c.
      • How to make new webpages and links - including Targets/Anchors - using SeaMonkey, Mozilla, &c.
      • How to compose <mailto> links with specific Subject headings
      • Why it is you may NOT use the <mailto> links on the "public" computers on campus (hint: the spoken example I gave dealt with "sending 'naughty' emails to the President")

    • Information from various presentations
    • Information from daily lectures, discussions, and Q&A sessions
    • ALL prewriting, drafting, and revision strategies discussed
    • Information about your SLWP agency
    • The Quindlen article
    • Miner's Nacirema observations
    • Newman's observations
    • Derber's observations
    • O'Rourke's observations
    • TQIC rules (particularly as they regard Writing a Thesis).
    • The Whitman and Frost poems.
    • Details of the six categories of the Rubric instrument, as well as what a Rubric-approach evaluation is about.

    • Project Agreement and Audience Assessment finalized and "worked out" with your agency contact person.
    • ALL matters discussed and viewed in class!
    • Get EVERYTHING "up to date"; get ready for First Midterm Exam. NOTE: We will NOT have an "in-class study session" for the upcoming First Midterm Exam, nor will you receive some sort of "handout study guide"; you're to have such study sessions on your OWN time and use this schedule as your study guide.
    • Q&A.


    Week 6
    IV. MIDTERM EXAM #1 ON WEDNESDAY

      MON 2.16
    TUE 2.17
    WED 2.18
    5:00-5:50 Class cancelled:
    See notation for
    Tuesday the 17th
    Class meeting in
    Auditorium to hear
    author Naomi Klein
    at 7PM.
    WRA135
    FIRST
    MIDTERM EXAM
    6:00-7:50+ Office Hours Office Hours

    Monday: No Class

    Tuesday: Attend Naomi Klein lecture in Auditorium.

    Wednesday: Midterm Exam #1

    REMINDER OF EXAM PROTOCOLS:

      • TELEPHONES SURRENDERED TO LAB AIDE
      • The ONLY books you may use are your Allyn & Bacon Handbook and, if desired, a dictionary.
      • You may use all your notes, handouts, and printouts ... but you may NOT have photocopies of other people's materials.
      • When FIVE MINUTES of the class session remains you may use your computer for those five minutes ... but if you use IM (instant messaging) or email at any time before turning in your exam, both you and your message partner/s will receive a 0.0 for the exam. (NOTE: if everyone agrees, we may use those five minutes of computer time before the end of the class session.)
      • For more on MSU's policies on academic dishonesty, please see this page from the Office of the Ombudsman.
      • You would also be well-advised to bring one examination "bluebook."

    Assignment:

    • Update your WRA135 webfolio to include abstracts about current readings.
    • Link to the Written Midterm assignment.


    Week 7
    V. Getting "Up To Date"

      MON 2.23 WED 2.25
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    Karen coming in!
    SUPER COOL BONUS
    SPECIAL: Nicole C.
    Springer coming in!
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    • MONDAY Discussion of First Midterm Exam.
    • Discussion of presentations.
    • In-class plagiarism exercise.
    • Nicole Springer (Assistant Director of the CSLCE) coming in for the Privilege Walk on Wednesday. You'll see.

        • Readings are to be done PRIOR to Wednesday's class.
        • Step One: click here.
        • Step Two: under the heading titled "The Curriculum," select "Modules," then choose "Module 2."
        • Step Three: enter your userid and password.
        • Step Four: click on "Print Full Module." (It's on the right-half of the webpage, just under "Feedback.")
        • Step Five: read that stuff! (Feel free to print it out; you may consider the materials "handouts" for future exams and quizzes.)
    • WEDNESDAY Karen coming in about 5, Nicole coming in about half past.
    • Discussion of upcoming readings, any catch-up needed.

    AssignmentMaher's Victory Begins @ Home

    • Read and take VERY good notes on the following:

    • Update your WRA135 webfolio to include abstracts about current readings.

    Week 8
    VI. Getting It All Digitized/
    Think Globally, Act Locally

      MON 3.2 WED 3.5
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    • Darned likely: Pop Quiz over last week's readings.
    • We'll spend this week watching some videos, evaluating progress now that we're in the middle of the semester.
    • MONDAY: View Roger & Me.
    • WEDNESDAY:
      • Finish viewing Roger & Me. View Pets or Meat (not to be confused with these guys).
      • Engage in this in-class Sentence-Combining exercise. Post your responses to the appropriate place in your WRA135 webfolio (have a look at what Sammy Sample did). OPTION: you may use MS Word and then post as a PDF file if you choose to (but if you do, be sure to include this image [] without the square brackets).
      • Now let's do this one in class.

    Assignment

      • Read When You Ride Alone You Ride With bin Laden.
      • Update your WRA135 webfolio to include abstracts about current readings.
      • Complete the Sentence-Combining exercise from above.
      • Complete this assignment for Nicole Springer.
      • Make certain all your SLWP and WRA135 webfolio materials are up-to-date. Your SLWP webfolio must have at least these elements:

        Part I: Planning the Writing Project

        • Linked Agreement & Proposal
        • Linked Audience Assessment

        Part II: Working on the Writing Project

        • Linked Agency Fact File
        • Linked Journal entries up to the current date

        Part III

        • Agency Evaluation for Service-Learning Writing Project


    3.9-3.13 SPRING BREAK
    (being eaten by sharks will earn you a failing evaluation in this course <g>)


    Week 9
    VI. Getting It All Digitized/
    Think Globally, Act Locally

      MON 3.16 WED 3.18
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    Boondocks10.26.02

    Futurama Roger & Me

    Big One

    Bowling for Columbine

    • View segments of The Big One (90").
    • Quick Moe meeting on Presentation progress.
    • Discussion and Q&A.
    Assignment

    • Continue working on your MANY various projects for this course.
    • TO BE SURE ... EVERYONE MUST READ THESE RESOURCES FROM PBS
    • PRESENTERS FOR ALL CHAPTERS OF CIVIL LIBERTIES: Get your "digital ducks in a row" concerning your presentations.
    Week 10
    VII. Think Globally, Act Locally (cont'd)
      MON 3.23 WED 3.25
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    Assignment

    • Complete the combined sentences for the even-numbered selections in Exercise 1 from THIS page, based on a work from the Purdue University Writing Lab. Post your page and link it to the appropriate place in your WRA135 webfolio.
    • Continue working on your MANY projects for this course.
    • Study for 2nd Midterm Exam.

    Week 11
    MIDTERM EXAM #2
    Deadline to meet with me at least once to discuss your writing progress
      MON 3.30 WED 4.1
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    • Monday
    • Randy Watkins of the ACLU coming to class today!
    • Catch up and Q&A.
    • Moe meetings about Group progress
    • Wednesday
    • Midterm Exam #2. ALSO - Presenters for Chapters One and Two are each to give me hard copy (i.e., paper) drafts of at least 4 Quiz Questions dealing with their chapter topics ... and be ready to make revisions and/or edits.
      • REMINDER OF EXAM PROTOCOLS:

        • TELEPHONES SURRENDERED TO LAB AIDECivil Liberties Book
        • The ONLY books you may use are your Allyn & Bacon Handbook and, if desired, a dictionary.
        • You may use all your notes, handouts, and printouts ... but you may NOT have photocopies of other people's materials.
        • When FIVE MINUTES of exam time remain you may use your computer ... but if you use IM (instant messaging) or email at any time before turning in your exam, both you and your message partner/s will receive a 0.0 for the exam.
        • For more on MSU's policies on academic dishonesty, please see this page from the Office of the Ombudsman.
        • You would also be well-advised to bring one examination "bluebook."

    Assignment:

    • PRESENTERS FOR ALL CHAPTERS OF CIVIL LIBERTIES: Get your "digital ducks in a row" concerning your presentations.Buttercup
    • NOTE: IF YOU EVER JUST "READ TO US" YOU WILL LOSE POINTS; we already know how to read ... and we've already read the sourcetext material.
    • Work from your notes. Have in mind a sense of how your presentation fits into the "big picture" of the general topic.
    • EVERYONE MUST HAVE a hardcopy of the "Faulty Logic" list as presentations are conducted; let's keep our presenters "honest"! <g>
    • Bring your ABH to class both Monday and Wednesday!

    Week 12
    VIII. Individual Rights vs. the Public Good

      MON 4.6 WED 4.8
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    • Bring your ABH to class both Monday and Wednesday!
    • Absolute last chance to discuss presentations.
    • Last chance to spend class time discussing SLWP matters.
    • Remember, all: this is nothing but your very best work!

    Assignment:

    • Chapter presenters finish "polishing" your group and individual Presentation Materials and putting sources - with explanatory paragraphs - linked to your WRA135 webfolio.
    • Make arrangements with your SLWP Agency and/or the Writing Center and/or the Library (and me) as needed. Work collaboratively!
    • EVERYONE MUST HAVE their own hardcopy of the "Faulty Logic" list as presentations are conducted; let's keep our presenters "honest"! <g>

    Week 13
    VIII. Individual Rights vs. the Public Good (cont'd)

      MON 4.13 WED 4.15
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    MONDAY: Presentation of Chapter One.Civil Liberties Book

    • EVERYONE MUST HAVE their own hardcopy of the "Faulty Logic" list as presentations are conducted; let's keep our presenters "honest"! <g>
    • Chapter One presenters launch. Chapter Two presenters are "on deck" and ready to go.
    • ALSO - Presenters for Chapters Three and Four are to give me hard copy (i.e., paper) drafts of at least 4 Quiz Questions dealing with their chapter topics ... then stick around and get ready to make changes to them.

    WEDNESDAY:

    • As always: EVERYONE MUST HAVE a hardcopy of the "Faulty Logic" list as presentations are conducted; let's keep our presenters "honest"!
    • Chapter One gives their coda.
    • Presentation of Chapter Two - Civil Liberties topics.
    • Chapter Three is "on deck."

    Assignment:


    Week 14
    IX. Final Agency Coordination/
    Perfection of Webfolios

      MON 4.20 WED 4.22
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    MONDAY: BRIEF "coda" from Chapter Two Presenters, if needed.Civil Liberties Book

    • Chapter Three presents; Chapter Four is "on deck."
    • Again: EVERYONE MUST HAVE a hardcopy of the "Faulty Logic" list as presentations are conducted; let's keep our presenters "honest"!

    WEDNESDAY: BRIEF "coda" from Chapter Three Presenters, if needed.

    • Chapter Four presents.
    • Again: EVERYONE MUST HAVE a hardcopy of the "Faulty Logic" list as presentations are conducted; let's keep our presenters "honest"!

    Assignment:

    • Dead Dog Due Date for all other materials except Week 15 writings: 11:59PM, last Friday of Week 14.
    • Compose and post your Study Group Project Evaluation Form (template).
    • Post your "Reflecting on Your Service Learning Experience" page; bring a hardcopy of your POSTED page to class Monday the 27th of April (i.e., you're to bring a printout of what's posted, with the URL printed right on the page, printed BEFORE class begins; NOTHING else will be accepted).

    Week 14
    IX. Final Agency Coordination/
    Perfection of Webfolios

      MON 4.20 WED 4.22
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    MONDAY: BRIEF "coda" from Chapter Two Presenters, if needed.Civil Liberties Book

    • Chapter Three presents; Chapter Four is "on deck."
    • Again: EVERYONE MUST HAVE a hardcopy of the "Faulty Logic" list as presentations are conducted; let's keep our presenters "honest"!

    WEDNESDAY: BRIEF "coda" from Chapter Three Presenters, if needed.

    • Chapter Four presents.
    • Again: EVERYONE MUST HAVE a hardcopy of the "Faulty Logic" list as presentations are conducted; let's keep our presenters "honest"!

    Assignment:

    • Dead Dog Due Date for all other materials except Week 15 writings: 11:59PM, last Friday of Week 14.
    • Compose and post your Study Group Project Evaluation Form (template).
    • Post your "Reflecting on Your Service Learning Experience" page; bring a hardcopy of your POSTED page to class Monday the 27th of April (i.e., you're to bring a printout of what's posted, with the URL printed right on the page, printed BEFORE class begins; NOTHING else will be accepted).

    Week 15
    X. Reflection and Wrap-Up
      MON 4.27 WED 4.29
    5:00-6:50+ WRA135 WRA135
    7:00-9:00 Office Hours Office Hours

    • BRIEF "coda" from Chapter Four Presenters, if needed.
    • Spend a good bit of time discussing Maher's book so we may fix this.
    • Be prepared for a pop quiz.
    • In class completion of Study Group Project Evaluation Form (template).
    • Peer Reviews of ALL online materials.
    • Peer review of your hardcopy of your "Reflecting on Your Service Learning Experience" in class. [Reminder of assignment: "bring a hardcopy of your POSTED page to class Monday the 21st (i.e., you're to bring a printout of what's posted, with the URL printed right on the page, printed BEFORE class begins; NOTHING else will be accepted).
    • REMINDER: failure to have Agency Evaluations in my mailbox (OR FAXED TO ME [517.432.6233]) by the deadline WILL RESULT IN A 0.0 EVALUATION FOR THAT PORTION OF YOUR FINAL EVALUATION.

    Assignment:

    • STUDY for your Final Exam (written portion here). As indicated during class, a fair deal of the exam will deal with Maher's book, Presentation materials, as well as various Rubric concerns. (For more on the Rubric, see "Week 1," below.)