General Education Learning Outcomes Students will demonstrate 1) knowledge of a foreign language and culture 2) knowledge of linguistic and cultural diversity and the contributions of such diversity to the global society. Objectives To learn introductory level Japanese speech, reading, writing and grammar skills mastery of hiragana, katakana and some kanji mastery of fundamental sentence patterns, modes and tenses. To understand the Japanese way of thinking through language structure, denotations and connotations of words, so-called loan words, cultural phenomena, etc. To understand some aspects of the Japanese culture, people and society through various materials such as videos, news ads and written materials. II. Required Materials 1. Genki I An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese, Eri Banno et al, The Japan Times 2. Genki I Workbook, Eri Banno et al, The Japan Times 5. Audio materials for Genki I are available on Moodle (HYPERLINK http//moodle.oakland.eduhttp//moodle.oakland.edu) You can also obtain the CDs in the language lab (409 Wilson Hall, tel. 248-370-2078). You are responsible for getting access to the audio files. III. Course Requirements and Grading Grading Your grade will be calculated as follows other factors may be considered at the discretion of the instructor. Attendance-Participation20Chapter Tests15Homework Assignments10Course Project15In-class Dialogue/Reading Checks5Speaking Interview15Chapter Quizzes5Final Exam15 Grading Scale 999694929089878583818079787776754.03.93.83.126.96.36.199.33.23.13.02.188.8.131.52.574737271706968676665646362616059.9-184.108.40.206.12.01.91.81.220.127.116.11.31.21.11.00 Attendance Regular attendance is essential to this course and will be checked at the beginning of each class. If personal conditions make it impossible for you to come to every class on time, you should reconsider taking this course. An absence is an absence. There is no difference between an excused or an unexcused absence. If you come in late, it is your responsibility to inform the instructor of your tardiness when the class is over, otherwise, it is possible that you are marked absent. If you miss a class, you are still responsible for the materials covered on that day. Please work with a fellow student to obtain any notes or to learn of additional activities from the missed class. All materials covered in class are subject to testing. Participation Language is a means to communicate and it is impossible to master a foreign language without extensive practice. This class is designed to provide you with that practice. Class time will be the time to practice and expand on material that you have already prepared outside of class - NOT to learn the material for the first time. It is crucial for the students to speak up (verbal practice) during class. It is important to learn from mistakes. Active classroom participation will be of value to your grade. We will be using class time to practice pattern drills, writing and using vocabulary. Your participation/performance will be assessed during each class period accordingly and a students grade can be marked down for lack of class participation. NO USE OF CELL PHONES OR TEXINTG DURING CLASS TIME. Urgent incoming calls should be handled outside the classroom to avoid disruption to the rest of the class. Note To be industrious, attentive, and eager to participate should be the rules for any student who learns in an institution of higher education. Chatting or being otherwise disruptive, as well as carrying yourself in an ill-mannered fashion will not be tolerated. After a reminder about appropriate classroom conduct, if you continue disrupting the class, you will be referred to the Dean of Students and dropped from the class. Please be respectful of your other classmates and me. Audio Materials To fully benefit from this course, you should practice using the audio materials as part of your preparation for every class. Audio materials train you in
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There are many stakeholders impacted by this business decision, including the following (along
with a description of how):
You as a Manager—your reputation, self-esteem, and potentially your livelihood could be
Creditors and Bondholders—credit decisions based on inaccurate information could
5 December 2011
Harmful Homework V.S. Helpful Homework
You know that feeling you get when the teacher announces homework?
“Homework is stressful, it can lead of frustration, it limits the amount of free time a student has, it effects a student’s social life, it can affect a family emotionally and it takes away time in which more productive things can get done.” This shows why people believe we should not have homework. It shows how homework can be a negative outlook on life…
“Down with Homework!” Reflective Essay
Positive Effect of Home Work
I disagree with Alfie Kohn(This belongs at the end of this paragraph, not as your first statement.) article In“Down with Homework”Alfie. Kohn talks about the negative effects of children doing homework, but fails to recognize how many students have benefited and strived from it. He states, (comma before quotation) “Tthere is no evidence to demonstrate that homework benefits students…
Instructor: Melinda Lorton Email: Lorton_Melinda@sccollege.edu
Office Hours: During, before or after class
Required Material: Intermediate Algebra, Sullivan & Struve, 3rd edition, Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2014.
Note: The text comes with the MyMathLab package. There is also
a custom printed version of the text for SCC students available at
the campus bookstore at…
Kids Have Homework?
Students aren’t doing their homework (Schoolwork that a student is required to do at home)for some reason and it’s hurting their them. With our homework, you will be behind in class! The reason is probably because they think it is a waste of time. You need to know why it is important.
Homework creates a part between school and home. Parents don’t get to spend time with you while you're at school. Homework allows them to keep up with what you're doing in your class. It's…
with readings and homeworks that you will be expected to do before we meet in lecture.
Session 1: Tuesday, Jan. 28 Welcome to the course
How we think. How to think better
II. The Strategy of Visualization
Session 2: Thursday, Jan. 30 Thinking with your eyes.
Prepare by class time on Tuesday, Feb. 4: Read The Art of Reasoning, pp. 1-7 and 11-28
Do homework #1 on-line
Session 3: Tuesday, Feb. 4…
Connect URL: http://connect.mcgraw-hill.com/class/c_simon_spring_2011_acc_201_section_1001
Textbook: Phillips, Libby, & Libby Fundamentals of Financial Accounting (with 2008 Home Depot Annual Report).
Connect Software: New textbooks will come with the code you will need to create an account for the online homework system called Connect. This program can be accessed utilizing the URL listed above and you will submit your homework assignments (other than Writing and Excel Assignments)…
Imagine, You slowly droop into math class, you feel sleep deprived,too tired to be there, to tired to listen there, too tired to look there and way too tired to work there. you melt into your seat and then, you yawn, eyelids drop, shut together, all done, checked out and hit the hay. You get your name called, you wake up and then you feel as if, the whole world stops. Detention time for you, You ask the teacher why, she says, “because you fell asleep in class!” Wait! Why didn’t you get any sleep…
home .The homework exercises are additional and will help to reinforce your knowledge of the chapter. There will also be additional problems and cases (including past exam questions) provided to you in the tutorial each week to be worked on in class. Please complete the homework exercises before coming to class as well as the tutorial exercises. The tutorials are always one week behind the lectures (ie the material is covered in the lecture and you prepare the tutorial work to bring to class the next…
requirement for TUSD and meets one year of the UC/CSU requirements as a lab science.
Daily Class Requirements:
All students are required to bring the following items to class every day:
lined paper and a spiral notebook
Comply with all NHS School Policies at all times.
Respect others and their property.
Raise your hand if you have a question.
No eating of any kind during class.
Do not get out of your seat without permission.
You must be in your seat, working on the…