SYLLABUS_PORT_101_SPRING_2009[1]

SYLLABUS_PORT_101_SPRING_2009[1] - PORT 101 / SPRING 2009 U...

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PORT 101 / SPRING 2009 UNIVERSIDADE DA CAROLINA DO NORTE — CHAPEL HILL Departamento de Línguas e Literaturas Românicas Instrutor E-mail Atendimento Escritório Sejam bem-vindos ao Curso de Português! I N S T R U Ç Õ E S E S Y L L A B U S 1
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PORT 101 / SPRING 2009 O BRASIL, SEUS ESTADOS E CAPITAIS I N S T R U Ç Õ E S E S Y L L A B U S 2
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PORT 101 / SPRING 2009 1. HONOR CODE   (http://instrument.unc.edu/instrument.text.html#generalresponsibilities ) It shall be the responsibility of every student enrolled at the University of North Carolina to adhere to  the policy of the Academic Honor Code, which can be found at the link above.  All academic work  submitted for this course must bear the student’s signature   confirming that s/he understands and  accepts the regulations of the Honor Code, which must be supported and maintained by every  member of the university community.  2. GENERAL INFORMATION ATTENDANCE POLICY ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY: “The following legislation by the Faculty Council gives each instructor the authority to prescribe  attendance regulations for his or her classes: ‘Regular class attendance is a student obligation, and a  student is responsible for all the work, including tests and written work, of all class meetings. No  right or privilege exists that permits a student to be absent from any given number of class meetings.’  If a student misses three consecutive class meetings, or misses more classes than the instructor deems  advisable,   the   instructor   may   report   the   facts   to   the   student's   academic   dean.”   ( 2007-2008  Undergraduate Bulletin ) THREE ABSENCES  are acceptable during the whole semester. THREE LATE/TARDY ARRIVALS  during the semester are acceptable.  THE NON-FULLFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS ABOVE   will   affect   your  participation grade. Remember: no food and drinks are allowed in classrooms. PARTICIPATION Your participation grade will be based not only on the fact that you are in class, but also: ON HOW MUCH AND HOW WELL YOU ARE PREPARED FOR CLASS : Each student is responsible for reading and  making an effort to understand  the grammar topics and  vocabulary related to them in advance.  Please refer to the syllabus to find the material covered in each  class . You are supposed to come to class prepared and willing to participate. Please take notes while  preparing for class and bring any questions related to the topic that will be discussed on that day.  Feel free to raise your hand whenever you do not understand something or need further explanation.  Do not let the questions multiply! Do not forget that it is  only by participating  that you can show that 
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2009 for the course PORT 101 taught by Professor Lopes during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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