Lecture1-IntroConceptsHistOfEng(1)

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Unformatted text preview: LIN204H1S - English Grammar Summer 2011 Lecture 1 Instructor : Bridget Jankowski Office Hours : TBA (by appointment for now) Email : [email protected] © 2011 Course Textbook (required) A Student’s Introduction to English Grammar – by Rodney Huddleston and Geoffrey K. Pullum – Available at the campus bookstore. – Both new and used copies. – Depending on the version there may be a few typos. These are listed in a PDF posted on Blackboard/Portal called Errata . I may also provide readings on topics that are not covered in the textbook. 2 Course Textbook (required) A Student’s Introduction to English Grammar – by Rodney Huddleston and Geoffrey K. Pullum – Available at the campus bookstore. – Both new and used copies. – Depending on the version there may be a few typos. These are listed in a PDF posted on Blackboard/Portal called Errata . I may also provide readings on topics that are not covered in the textbook. 2 Blackboard/Portal Lecture notes, homework assignments, any extra readings, etc. will be posted on Blackboard. – You should be able to log in using your UTORid and password. It’s important that you ensure that your e-mail address is updated and correct on ROSI so that you receive important announcements sent via Blackboard. – You are responsible for all such announcements so make sure that you’re receiving the course emails. 3 Announcement There is a student in this class who requires a volunteer notetaker as an accommodation for a disability. By signing up and posting your notes, you can make a significant difference for this individual’s capacity to fully participate in this course. Go to: http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/accessibility/pcourselist.as px or come in person to Accessibility Services 215 Huron St. Suite 939. • Many students notice the quality of their notetaking improves through volunteering. • You will also receive a certificate of recognition. 4 Methods of EvaluaLon 5 40% Final Exam 30% Midterm Exam 30% Homework Assignments (x5) Weight Evaluation Not all HW assignments are worth the same amount. They range from 5% - 7% of your mark. – Those that involve more writing are worth slightly more. See syllabus for details. Schedule: See syllabus No lecture on Monday, August 1 (Civic Holiday). Midterm will be on July 25 th during the regular lecture time.- Please note that I have a very strict policy on medical notes. See syllabus for details. Remember that this course proceeds at twice the speed of a normal term course. It’s important not to fall behind. 6 Homework Assignments Five homework assignments: – Due at start of lectures (i.e. at 6:10pm)....
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