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only for personal use and agree not to post such recordings on the Internet, or otherwise distribute them. (JCCCStudent Code of Conduct statement 319.01.12).This is a web-based class, and I record and post our Zoom class sessions for everyone enrolled in this class. Yourcontinued enrollment constitutes your consent for these recordings and their use in this way.Caveats:Students should expect additional costs to range from $1 to $15 for course materials and presentationresources.Students should have adequate access to a computer, reliable Internet connection and printing capabilitiesfor assignment submission.Course Evaluation & Grading Scale:Tests and Quizzes: 20%Chapter Quizzes(19 quizzes @ 10 pts each)190Syllabus Quiz5PRCA5Speeches: 50%Informative Speech #1100Informative Speech #2125Persuasive Speech #1125Persuasive Speech #2150Outlines: 10%Outlines (4 outlines @ 25 points each)100Assignments: 20%Discussion Boards60Audience Analysis/Surveys20Topic Submissions (4 @ 5 points each)20Peer Evaluations (4 @ 10 points each)40
Self Evaluations (3 @ 10 points each)30Final Self Evaluation30Total Points1000**Few extra-credit opportunities will be given for additional points. The Instructor will announce opportunities viaCanvas or during in-class meetings.Grading Scale:A = 90-100%Represents work which is outstanding, far above the minimum requirements necessary forcompleting this course/assignment.B=80-89.99%Represents work which is significantly above the minimum requirements necessary for completingthis course/assignment.C= 70-79.99%Represents work which meets basic course/assignment requirements.D=60-69.99%Represents work which is worthy of credit even though it does not fully meet all of the basiccourse/assignment requirements.F=below 59.99%Drop Deadlines:To view the deadline dates for dropping this course, please refer to the schedule on the JCCC webpage, under Admissions>Enrollment Dates>Dropping Credit Classes.After the 100% refund date, you will befinancially responsible for the tuition charges; for details, search on Student Financial Responsibility on the JCCCweb page. Changing your schedule may reduce eligibility for financial aid and other third party funding. Coursesnot dropped will be graded. For questions about dropping courses, contact the Student Success Center at 913-469-3803.Additional Guidelines:Late Work/Extension Requests: No late work will be accepted. (See one time exception policy as noted above.) Allquizzes, participation activities, discussions, and paper assignments must be turned in on time. It is the student’sresponsibility to WATCH THE CALENDAR and be aware of when something is due. You are given plenty of timeto complete all assignments. Work is expected to be done on time. Computer or Internet breakdowns are not anacceptable excuse for turning in late work. Make sure that you plan and plan early, don’t wait until the last minuteto start an assignment.

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