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Spanish 003 SP10 1 Spanish 003 Syllabus Spring 2010 Class grading scale, assessment categories and percentages can be found in the class policies. It is your responsibility to read and understand the policies. They can be found at: http://sip.la.psu.edu/blp/index.shtml The pages indicated in this syllabus correspond to the text Mosaicos. While the topics for each day will remain the same, your instructor may change the particular activities used, or create other activities to supplement the material in the text. Regardless of the reason for your absence, if you cannot attend class, remember that you will be responsible for contacting other classmates (not your instructor) to obtain any missed information. Online activities (ANGEL) will normally be due on Fridays by 4PM , unless indicated otherwise in the syllabus. While most online activities are due on Fridays, some are due on a different day. Make sure you check the syllabus every week. If you have any questions about the content of the activities, please e-mail your instructor. If you do not receive a response from your instructor within 48 hours (M-F) or 72 hours (weekends), e-mail the supervisor of SPAN 3 at [email protected] . If you experience technical difficulties with ANGEL only, please fill out the form at http://sip.la.psu.edu/blp/helpform.shtml Writing assignments ( escrituras ) are due at the beginning of the class on Day 2 unless indicated otherwise in the syllabus. (See syllabus for topics and length . ) Escrituras must be typed, double-spaced, and printed with Times Arial 12 point font, 1” margins, and legible. If an assignment is not typed, there will be a .5 point deduction in the escrituras grade. See policies for more information on escrituras. The escrituras will be returned to you corrected and graded one week after they are turned in. If you experience delays in receiving corrected homework, please contact the assistant to the director, Carol McCabe, at [email protected] . University Important Dates : For the dates of Drop-Add, Final Exam Conflict filing period, Late Drop and Withdrawal, see the university’s academic calendar at: http://registrar.psu.edu/academic_calendar/spring10.cfm The Final Exam takes place during finals week. Do not make travel plans before the date of the final exam is announced officially by the registrar’s office. A plane ticket purchased by you or by anyone else for you will not be considered a reason for not taking the final exam at the officially scheduled time. Spanish 3 Important Dates o Diagnostic Exam January 13, Wednesday Place: Pollock Testing Center , 7-9pm January 19, Tuesday Place: Pollock Testing Center, 7-9pm o ANGEL Training January 14, Thursday: 7-7:30pm, 7:30-8pm Place: 062 Willard January 20, Wednesday: 6-6:30pm, 6:30-7pm Place: 062 Willard January 25, Monday: 7-7:30pm, 7:30-8pm Place: 062 Willard o January 11 - January 20: Drop/Add period o February 15 - March 7: Final exam conflict filing period o April 9: Late drop deadline o April 30: Last day for withdrawal from university Note: The first week and a half of the semester is dedicated to review.
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