When you have completed this assignment with your partner(s), please submit this as S2 Collaboration Product. Remember you will also need to submit your S2 Collaboration Assessment Guide. (Found in lesson 5.00 on page 3).
My name: Nicole Alvarez Collazo
My partner(s) name(s): I didn’t have one
1. What is pace? Pace refers to how fast or slow you move in the course. It is a required amount of assignments you must do every week to ensure you finish the course by your deadline.
2. What does it mean if you are “on pace”?
Doing required assignments each and every week
3. How can you be “not on pace”?
Not doing the required assignments every week.
1. What is a pace chart? A pace chart is your guideline what is due each week. It tells you what assignments you are to do and when they are due.
2. What does the far left column tell you? The far left column gives you the number of the week in the second semester. The next column gives you the date when that week starts (always a Monday). The white column tells you what assignments are due that week.
3. What does the white column tell you?
For example, when you are in week 7, which starts on Monday February 23rd, you are to do 6.06, 6.07, and 6.08 that week.
1. Why should you be doing your required assignments each and every week?
If you are working consistently each and every week by doing the required assignments on your pace chart, you will better remember the information you learned for your exams and DBAs.
1. What are the consequences of not following your pace chart every week?You could be in jeopardy of being withdrawn from the class for not working or staying on pace