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School of English & Liberal Studies Faculty of Business
Professor’s Addendum to Subject Outline
Semester: SUMMER 2015
Subject Title: Subject Code:
College English EAC150
William Danicki NBR,NBS,NBT,NBU,NBV
Office: Telephone Ext. E-mail:
B3021 26170 email@example.com
Welcome to EAC 150! This semester we will be working hard on refining your English writing, reading, oral and analytical skills. The EAC150 subject outline is available at http://www.senecac.on.ca/fulltime. This addendum is your guide to the subject requirements and activities in my class.
Grading / Assignments
in-class essay of 800 words 20%
essay of 1000 words 20%
Texts & Materials
• See “Tentative Schedule of Readings & Essays” All students are required to use the following Research Guide for their assignments: • Seneca Libraries. Guide to Research & Citation MLA Style. 4th ed. [Toronto]: Seneca Libraries. 2011. Print
• A good quality English-language dictionary • A good quality thesaurus (optional) • A folder/portfolio to keep all work throughout the semester
Note: Electronic dictionaries are not permitted during in-class writing or exams.
• E-text available for purchase?
| |Yes |
|x | No |
Tentative Schedule of Readings & Essays
MLA Formatting and Style (An Anthology of College Readings on Guide---The Owl at Purdue Reserve in the Library)
May 11 Note: owl . english . purdue . edu / owl M. Visser, “Running on Empty” The Owl at Purdue University is one of 18 the oldest, best, and most reliable sites H. H. Gordon, “Can We Love Our Battering for all kinds of information on composition. Fathers?”
25 See and Navigate: essay due Kate Chopin, “The Story of an Hour” “The Storm” • MLA Formatting and Style Guide • The Writing Process • General Academic Writing • Research and Criticism • Grammar and Mechanics • Literary Analysis and Criticism
June 01 See also Seneca Library Site E. Wharton, “Roman Fever’ for MLA Format and Style J. Hodgins, “By the River”
08 essay due
29 Reading Week
|Letter Grade |Percentage |GPA |
| A+ |90%-100% |4.0 |
|A |80%-89% |4.0 |
| B+ |75%- 79% |3.5 |
|B |70%-74% |3.0 |
| C+ |65%-69% |2.5 |
|C |60%-64% |2.0 |
| D+ |55%-59% |1.5 |
|D |50%-54% |1.0 |
|F |0%-49% |0 |
The term work will constitute 75% of the final grade. A minimum of 50% of graded term work must be completed in class. Students will read 8-10 selections and write a minimum of 2500 words during the term, including at least two 500-word analytical essays written in class; a 1000-word analytical essay; and a research assignment. Students will develop arguments based upon a critical appreciation of the themes and literary techniques presented in the readings. They will also support their views with textual references. No more than 10% of the final grade will be allotted to quizzes and/or presentations.
The final exam will constitute 25% of the course grade. It will be a common exam in the form of a textual analysis. Successful completion of term work is a prerequisite for writing the final exam. Your professor will allow you to write the exam for practice purposes. Students must also pass the final exam to pass the course.
Upon successful completion of EAC150, students are now eligible to take the required literature component of their diploma program.
Promotion Policy Successful completion of term work is a prerequisite for writing the final exam. Your professor will allow you to write the exam for practice purposes. You must complete all course work as specified and achieve a grade of 50% or more both on the term work and on the final exam. Your overall grade in the subject should be 50% or higher in order for you to pass the course.
Evaluation of Work
Evaluation is based on correct language usage, organization and mastery of the subject at a post secondary level. Students are expected to learn professional standards of performance in the subject areas, and tests and assignments will be graded on that basis. In recognition of the significance of exceptional communication skills in the work place, marks are deducted for language errors on all tests and exams. A student can be failed on the basis of language errors alone.
Missed Tests / Presentations / In-Class Assignments
Students who miss scheduled tests, presentations or in-class assignments will receive a grade of zero. If there are valid reasons for missing the test, presentation or in-class assignment, the student MUST:
a) Contact the professor or student advisor either by phone or by email prior to the start time of the test, presentation or in-class assignment and
b) Next class, present the professor with a signed, word-processed memo indicating why the test, presentation or in-class assignment was missed, with documentation where appropriate.
At the professor’s discretion, a make-up test/in-class assignment or new date for the presentation may be granted or the value of the test may be added to a subsequent test or final exam. In courses where the grading scheme does not include the lowest test mark, this missed test policy does not apply.
Late assignments will result in a penalty of 5% per day to a maximum of five consecutive days. Assignments will not be accepted after five consecutive days or as otherwise indicated by your professor. If there are valid reasons for the late assignment the student MUST:
a) contact the professor, either by phone or email, no later than the date the assignment is due to indicate the assignment will be late, and
b) present the professor with a signed, word-processed memo indicating why the assignment was late, with documentation where appropriate. If the reasons are deemed to be valid, there will be no penalty.
Attendance and Participation
Consistent attendance is important for success in this subject. If you are absent from class, please notify me by phone or e-mail. You are still responsible for the material and assignments missed and may be required to provide documentation. For extensions or special considerations, make the request to me well in advance of any due dates.
Considerate classroom conduct, adequate class preparation, and constructive participation will enhance your academic experience and that of your colleagues. In particular, you are asked to be prompt, courteous, responsible and collaborative.
Student/Faculty Consultation Outside Classroom Hours:
My consultation hours are:
The Learning Centre offers academic support to all Seneca students in the form of one-on-one tutoring, small group tutoring, and workshops and is located in the libraries of the Newnham, Markham, York and King campuses. Students should book tutoring appointments by either logging on to the Web Access Booking system (WABS) at https://www.senecac.on.ca/wabs/ or by visiting The Learning Centre in person.
Dropping a Subject
There are two deadlines for dropping this subject. If you drop by Day 10 of the semester, the subject will not appear on your transcript. If you drop by the last drop date (see Student handbook), the subject will appear on your transcript with a grade of DNC. To drop, please notify your professor, complete a “Timetable Change Form,” and return it to Registration by the deadline. Discuss any possible negative consequences of dropping the subject with the Coordinator.