NEW DUE DATE Sat 10/31: Short Writing Assignment No. 3. [updated 10/30]
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Short Writing Assignment No. 3, due NEW: Saturday, October 31 (updated 10/30). COVID-19 IMPACT: YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD AND CLASSMATES’ NEIGHBORHOODS. Similar to Assignment #1, but focusing on COVID response and the difference that local, state, and national policies make. This will also include individual and collaborative components.
Late assignments. Ordinarily, tardy assignments will lose one grade level for each day or fraction of a day in their delayed arrival. In other words, a B-plus assignment handed in two days late will receive the grade of B-minus. New deadlines are possible if a student misses a deadline due to properly documented illness or difficulties associated with the pandemic crisis.
Course Collaboration Policy. Grades for the two collaborative short writing assignments will be assigned to all students in the group. For the two individual short writing assignments, the quizzes, and the course final assignment, each person is expected to present his or her own work. Discussion is always encouraged, but when doing individual work on writing assignments or exams, students should not exchange written outlines or texts. Work presented by an individual student must always properly cite quotations and indicate sources of evidence for each claim. Although materials beyond the course may be used, students are expected to master the course readings and cite parts of them where relevant.
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