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# ENG 4 and 5 L Syllabus Fall 2010

Course Number: ENGL 004, Spring 2010

College/University: UC Riverside

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English L-Course Syllabus English 4L, 5L, and Eng 1PA L Fall 2010 Dr. Lash Keith Vance Email: lashv@ucr.edu Office: HMNSS 1103C Office Hours: Wed 10-12 &Apt Before you proceed with this syllabus, please have: 1) Twenty minutes of uninterrupted free time. 2) An open or printed version of the syllabus 3) Access to the Internet PRESS PLAY NOW ON THE VOICE RECORDING FOUND IN THE SYLLABUS FOLDER ON BLACKBOARD....

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