Any student needing to arrange a reasonable accommodation for a documented disability should contact Disability Concerns at 350 Fell Hall, 438-5853 (voice), 438-8620 (TDD).
Minimum Writing Requirements
Students will complete a carefully constructed sequence of assignments designed to achieve the course goals. They will write an average of at least 1000 revised words per week, resulting in several exercises and six finished papers. Major papers, averaging at least 2000 words, will be written in drafts or stages. All papers will require the use of reference or source materials and appropriate citation and documentation. The final paper will be a reflective essay on the work done in the course to include in the portfolio.
Course Policies page here. Policies in effect for English 101, which are published in the Course Guide for Language and Composition, will be in effect for English 145.
Grading & Computers
Information on grading here. Grades will be based on three main components: Quality of essays, quality of responses and revisions, quality of work with peer papers.
Students will turn in a portfolio at the end of the course. All your
writing for this course must be word processed and available in
the hardware and software format used in the course.