GRAMMAR & WRITING PRACTICE
FU JEN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
TERRI LI-CHI YUEH
|TIME: Monday 8:30-10:00 PM
CLASSROOM: ES 508 / COMPUTER LAB
CORRECT WRITING, 6TH ED.
(Butler, Hickman, McAlexander, Overby) (CW)
SIGNIFICANT SCRIBBLES: WRITING FOR FLUENCY (Kelly & Shorteed) (SS)
FLONGMAN ESSENTLAL ACTIVATOR
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PARAGRAPH PRACTICE: WRITING IN PARAGRAPH
& COMPOSITION (SULLIVAN)
Be an active member of the classthis is possible only if you are present. Thus, regular attendance, class participation, learning attitude, and assignments submitting on time are very important for your grade and progress in language learning. If you are absent, you are responsible for the material that we cover in the class. If you miss the class for more than three times (with excuses or non-excuses), you might not pass the course. In addition, please make necessary preparation before you come to the class. Any delayed assignment will be reviewed but no graded, and you are expected to complete assigned writings on your own; that is, no late paper! and no plagiarizing! Failure to do so will positively affect your final grade.
IN-CLASS ATTENDANCE & WEB-CLASS PARTICIPATION 15%
(Including the conference with your instructor)
WRITTEN ASSIGNMENTS & REVISIONS
PRACTICES & QUIZZES
MIDTERM & FINAL EXAM
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