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PS 101 Schedule, online - from Summer I classes with a...

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PS 101 Schedule, Online Summer 2010 Modules will appear by Wednesday morning 9 a.m. (eastern standard time). Modules will be available for almost one week. Plan for each Module to disappear by Tuesday at 11:55 p.m. (eastern standard time) the night before the next Module appears. *The dates noted below indicate when each Module will appear. (Remember, the prior Module disappears the night before) Wednesday, May 12--Module 1 (Introduction, Declaration of Independence and the Media) Tuesday May 18 11:55 p.m. (eastern standard time)—Deadline to submit documents quiz Wednesday May 19--Module 2 (the Constitution) Wednesday May 26—Module 3 (Federalism) Wednesday June 2—Module 4 (Congress) Tuesday June 1—last date for students, at their discretion, to withdraw from class Wednesday June 9—Module 5 (the President and the Bureaucracy) Wednesday June 16—Module 6 (the Judiciary) *Monday June 21—Last day for students, with the instructors’ permission, to withdraw
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Unformatted text preview: from Summer I classes with a “W” All assignments in Module 6 must be submitted by Tuesday June 22 midnight and WE’RE DONE!!! Continue. One more page. Module Schedule *Every week, the class will complete one Module *Students should notice that each Module includes the same types of assignments. In each Module, students will see the following items: *A message from the Instructor. This message will include that Module’s reading assignment. *A Studying the Chapter Guide (sometimes, there will be a Reading the Documents Guide (Students should use these guides as they read the assigned sections of the textbooks and other documents. Students should consider the questions in these guides and write out their answers. These answers should then be used by the students as part of their study guide; they will not be submitted as homework.) *A Reading Quickie for extra credit. *A News Journal Assignment *A Discussion Forum *A Module Quiz....
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course POL SCI 100 taught by Professor Day during the Spring '10 term at Elizabethtown.

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