LAB PROCEEDURES - Reflection: Periodically, you will be...

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LAB PROCEEDURES SPANISH 507 FALL 2007 ATTENDANCE Sign in everyday. Your attendance will be reported to your lecture professor. Make up work recordings are not allowed. HANDLING OF LAB EQUIPMENT No food or drink in the lab. Do not move computers. If you do, the alarm will sound. Report any problems with equipment immediately to the T.A. OVERVIEW OF LAB WORK Recordings: You will work in pairs this semester making recordings of situations that you and your partner will role-play. Each session you will practice two situations. Only 1 situation will be recorded. 4 or 5 of your recordings will be graded throughout the semester. (You will make more recordings than will be graded.) Recordings will be graded at random by the TA. Videos: Throughout the semester, you will watch cultural videos and write graded responses to what you see.
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Unformatted text preview: Reflection: Periodically, you will be asked to write a reflection on your progress in Spanish throughout the semester. This self-assessment will be evaluated by the TA or instructor. THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF LAB WILL COVER LAB PRACTICE AND LAB ORIENTATION. TO RECORD: 1. OPEN RECORDING SCRIPTS ON DESKTOP 2. 508 K 3. CHOOSE 1 MIN 4. RECORD AND NAME PROJECT: BOTH STUDENTS LAST NAMES AND DATE 5. SAVE TO DESKTOP TO UPLOAD: 1. GO TO YOUR BLACKBOARD 2. OPEN LAB COURSE 3. OPEN ASSIGNMENTS AND SELECT RECORDING ASSIGNMENT 4. SELECT CHOOSE FILE AND SELECT RECORDING ON DESKTOP 5. SUBMIT AND VERIFY UPLOAD 6. DELETE FILE FROM DESKTOP AFTER VERIFYING UPLOAD...
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