Grading Principles and Procedures

Grading Principles and Procedures - American Studies C111E...

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Unformatted text preview: American Studies C111E Fall 2009 D.A. McQuade English 136 Required Writing Exercises: Principles and Procedures Alexa Hagerty and I would like to articulate and underscore several principles concerning your submitting and our responding to the required writing exercises in this course. An Essay "Ready-to-be-Read" When you submit the writing exercise at the beginning of class, we expect that you will do so as an expression of your commitment to the principle that you will provide us with an essay that is "ready- to-be-read." In effect, you will be making a good-faith affirmation that you have taken the essay to "completion"; that is, you have invested your full intelligence in its preparation and that you are ready to submit it for a careful reading. We trust that you will recognize that the phrase "ready-to-be-read" involves an ethical...
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