1.What are the major projects? In a bulleted list, provide links to the project descriptions for each of them.
- Reading Summaries: http://spaceplacerhet.pdarrington.net/projects-2/#readingsummaries
- Annotated Bibliographies:http://spaceplacerhet.pdarrington.net/projects-2/#annotatedbibs
- Built Environment Descriptions: http://spaceplacerhet.pdarrington.net/projects-2/#bedescriptions
- Built Environment Analysis: http://spaceplacerhet.pdarrington.net/projects-2/#beanalysis
A-/A: major projects complete + 810-900 points B-/B/B+: major projects complete + 720-809 points C/C+: major projects complete + 630-719 points Non-passing: one or more major projects incomplete
3.What is the “submission form” and how do you use it?
Use the forms below to submit all of your work, and to sign up for in-person and online study groups and in-person group conferences.
Submitting your work . . .
Use this form to submit pretty much everything for which you’d like to earn points–study group reflections, major project drafts, contributions to our Atlanta built environment archive, etc. We will keep track of when you come to see us during office hours for individual or group conferences and when you complete exercises in Writer’s Help. For everything else, however, you will need to submit a link to evidence of your work on your own site, on Zotero, on Google Maps, or elsewhere on the web.If you ever have questions about what kind of evidence you need to provide to document your participation and how to submit it, stop by during office hours or ask the question before or after class. You’ll earn points for the office hours visit, asking the question, and for finding a way to make the information available to the rest of your classmates.
ENGL1102 Submission Form (Arrington)
You earn points for coming to class and lose points for unexcused absences. Students in the M/W F2F section earn 20 points for coming to class, and lose 20 points for each absence. Students in the hybrid sections earn 40 points for coming to class, and lose 40 points for each absence. Arriving to class late will result in a deduction of 10-20 points. In this course, students are expected to adhere to the Georgia State University student code of conduct. This includes the university attendance policy. Excused absences are limited to university-sponsored events where you are representing GSU in an official capacity, religious holidays, and legal obligations such as jury duty or military service days. Absences for all other reasons will result in a points deduction as outlined above. In the event of extended illness or family emergency, I will consider requests for individual exemption from the general attendance policy on a case by case basis.
Participation | 400-??? Points
~Ask not what you can do to earn credit for this course; ask what you will do to earn as many points as you possibly can.
During the course of the semester we invite you to engage with the course material and assignments, with your peers and with your instructors, consistently and in inventive ways. We will assign pointsto your workreflecting the level of your participation both inside and outside of class. We will also subtract points for failing to participate (e.g., missing class) so as to fairly reflect your level of engagement with the course concepts. Your goal is to accrue as many points as possible during the semester. http://spaceplacerhet.pdarrington.net/projects-2/#participation|1