SYLLABUS LIT 233 Summer 2016 ONLINE(1).doc - JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE 899 Tenth Avenue NY NY 10019 Syllabus for LIT 233 Section 99 online

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JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, 899 Tenth Avenue NY, NY 10019 Syllabus for LIT 233, Section 99, online course American Stories (Writing Intensive) Summer Session One, May 31 – July 6, 2016 Prof. Adam McKible E-mail address : [email protected] Contact hours: by appointment via Skype Skype address: adam_mckible Deadlines: Please note the following deadlines, which I have placed at the beginning of this syllabus so that you will be aware of their importance. Failure to meet these deadlines will negatively affect your final grade. All deadlines are at 11 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. To keep on top of your work, cross out each task after you have met the deadline. Tues 5/31: Post your self-introduction in Introductions discussion board Wed 6/1: Respond to at least one introduction by another student Fri 6/3: Take the Douglass One quiz and post in Douglass One discussion board Mon 6/6: Respond to at least two posts in Douglass One Tues 6/7: Take the Douglass Two quiz and post in Douglass Two discussion board Wed 6/8: Respond to at least two posts in Douglass Two . Thurs 6/9: Take Freeman, Jewett, Cather quiz and post in the discussion board. Fri 6/10: Respond to at least two posts in Freeman, Jewett, Cather discussion board Tues 6/14: Take The Great Gatsby One quiz and post in the discussion board Thurs 6/16: Respond to at least two posts in The Great Gatsby One discussion board Fri 6/17: Take The Great Gatsby Two quiz and post in the discussion board Mon 6/20: Respond to at least two posts in The Great Gatsby Two discussion board Tues 6/21: Take the Hurston, Walker quiz and post in the discussion board Thurs 6/23: Respond to at least two posts in the Hurston, Walker discussion board. Fri 6/24: Take the Vonnegut, Butler, Diaz quiz and post in the discussion board Mon 6/27: Respond to at least two posts in the Vonnegut, Butler, Diaz discussion board Tues 6/28: Term Paper Proposal due via email ( [email protected] ) Wed 7/6: Term Paper due via Turnitin Once again, all deadlines are at 11 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
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McKible syllabus THIS SYLLABUS IS ORGANIZED INTO SIX SECTIONS: 1. What’s it all about? 2. Who is my instructor, and how can I contact him? 3. Where is everything? 4. What will I be expected to do, and how will I be graded? 5. When and how will I need to get everything done? 6. What else do I need to know? But first: Let’s face it, a syllabus is a really, really boring thing to read. It’s dry as toast, full of rules, and makes you feel like you can’t possibly do everything that’s expected of you. I know, because I don’t like reading a syllabus, either. But you really do need to have a look at this thing, and I have tried to make it as clear, concise, and understandable as possible. So, go ahead, give this a read, and then be sure to ask me any questions you might have.
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