WYO PSM II Voice Syllabus January 10 2011.docx

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Rocky Mountain Festival of Voices: Each student is expected to contribute to the festival in some way. This could include shepherding school groups around the festival, leading sectionals, etc. 2
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After all of these experiences, each student will write a summary for each observation (a minimum of 2 to 3 paragraphs for each observation will suffice) that discusses what was accomplished and/or learned during each. Answer questions such as, “What did you learn? What did you do? How did the group grow as a result of this lesson?” Then, assemble this material into a single document with headings for each experience. Assessment will be based on content, mechanics of writing, coherence, and presentation. Teaching in Class (15%) Throughout the semester, students will be asked to teach during class in a laboratory setting. Assessment will be based on professionalism, preparation, improvement, delivery of content, and demonstration of skills mastery. Other Issues Disability Accommodation: The Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 provides protection from illegal discrimination for qualified individuals with disabilities. Students requesting instructional accommodation due to disabilities must notify the instructor early in the semester and register with university Disability Support Services in SEO, room 330, Knight Hall. For more information, go to: . Electronic Devices: Please disengage all electronic devices before entering the class. Students who choose to utilize such devices during class will be asked step out of the room. Checking Email and Accessing Online Course Information: Please check your university email and the course website daily. Vital information will be delivered via email and posted on the course website, and it is the student’s responsibility to stay current. 3
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