1. Attendance and regular participation is essential. Every absence will diminish the final grade.
  2. Written essays must be submitted as a MS-Word document in an email or in the disignated folder on BOLT. Each chapter composition will be factored as a percentage of the capter test.
  3. Voice recordings will either be submitted BOLT, as an electronic file in an email, or using an application or Internet tool. Students may be required to use the resources in the Language Laboratory in the Department of Languages and Cultures.
  4. Assignments are accepted on the due date only, unless there is compelling need to submit a late assignment.
  5. Students are responsible for all computer assignments and must find a computer that can access and operate all the required files and functions. The language laboratory is available for all computer activities.
  6. Two hours of preparation is expected for each hour in class--six hours of preparation per week.
  7. Students are expected to study the material. Completing assignments and attending class are only part of the learning process.
  8. Attitude will contribute significantly to the final grade, even though it is not evaluated in quantative terms.
  9. The final exam is scheduled
    • for GERMAN 101-01 Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 3:30-5:30PM in OSH G-31.
    • for GERMAN 101-02 Friday, December 15, 2017 at 8:00-10:00AM in OSH 220
  10. Students will be evaluated according to their own progress, not in comparison to the language proficiency of others in the class.
    • Projects, essays, quizzes and assignments: 25%
    • Active participation in class and in other activities: 25%
    • Tests and oral interviews: 25%
    • Final: 25%
  11. Grades posted on BOLT do not represent the official grade record; grades posted on BOLT allow students to gauge their progress during the semester.
  12. These procedures are subject to change at any time.