ESL 273 - SYLLABUS - spring 18 (4).docx

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* Always be prepared to learn, so a “ Binder, Notebook, and Pen/Pencil and a STAPLER ” will be your standard tools needed at every class session in order to journal new vocabulary, unique concepts, and personal observations from commentary in small group and whole class discussions. * Access to a computer and printer (Very Important!) Attendance Attend class regularly and on time. Inform the instructor if you have to miss a class, particularly the first two weeks of class. Arriving more than 10 minutes late is counted as an absence. If you have to miss a class, find out what you have missed from one of your Study Buddies, and make up for the work before you return to class. There are a maximum of two absences allowed during the regular academic quarter . 2
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As the quarter goes by so fast, please do not come to class late…come early! Three (3) tardies = 1 Absence! If you come to class more than 10 minutes late, you will be marked ABSENT. Additionally, you may miss critical information necessary for successful completion of this class. Everyone in life will have exceptions, emergencies and changes in schedule; however, if you stop coming to the class, it is your responsibility to drop . Academic Integrity As a student at De Anza, you join a community of scholars who are committed to excellence in the teaching/learning process. We assume that all students will pursue their studies with integrity and honesty; however, all students should know that incidents of academic dishonesty are taken very seriously. When students are caught cheating or plagiarizing, a process is begun which may result in severe consequences. It is vitally important to your academic success that you know what constitutes academic dishonesty. What is Academic Dishonesty? The two most common kinds of academic dishonesty are cheating and plagiarism. Cheating is the act of obtaining or attempting to obtain credit for academic work through the use of dishonest, deceptive or fraudulent means. Copying, in part or in whole, from someone else’s test Submitting work presented previously in another course Altering or interfering with grading Using or consulting, during an examination, any sources, consulting with others, use of electronic equipment including cell phones and PDA’s, or use of materials not authorized by the instructor Committing other acts that defraud or misrepresent. Plagiarism is representing the work of someone else as your own. Incorporating the ideas, words, sentences, paragraphs, or parts of another person’s writings, without giving appropriate credit, and representing the product as one’s own Representing another’s artistic or scholarly works such as musical compositions,
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