- Attendance and regular participation is essential. Every absence will diminish the final grade.
- Written essays must be submitted as an MS-Word document in the disignated folder on BOLT. No assignments will be accepted as email attachments.
Each chapter composition may be factored as a percentage of the chapter test.
- Voice recordings will either be submitted BOLT. Students may be required to use the resources in the Language Laboratory in the Department of
Languages and Cultures.
- Assignments are accepted on the due date only, unless there is compelling need to submit a late assignment.
- Students are responsible for all computer assignments and must use a computer that
can access and operate all the required files and functions. The language laboratory is available for all computer activities.
- Two hours of preparation is expected for each hour in class--six hours of preparation per week.
- Students are expected to study the material. Completing assignments and attending class are only part of the
- Attitude will contribute significantly to the final grade, even though it is not evaluated in quantative terms.
- The final exam is scheduled
- for GERMAN 101-01 Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 10:30AM - 12:30PM in OSH 217.
- for GERMAN 101-02 Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 10:30AM - 12:30PM in OSH 217.
- Grade distribution:
- Projects, essays, quizzes and assignments: 25%
- Active participation in class and in other activities: 25%
- Tests and oral interviews: 25%
- Final: 25%
- Grades posted on BOLT do not represent the official grade record; grades posted on BOLT allow students to gauge their progress during the semester.
- These procedures are subject to change at any time.