Things to do and making the time to do them... :)
- Questions, comments, concerns?
- Hand in your COMPLETED Group Presentation Check-In handout that I provided on Blackboard and in Sociology lecture Tuesday!
- Key terms from SOCI 1301... Exam 3/Unit 4 Study Guide
- In this learning community, you have been challenged to collaborate with others on multiple projects. In so doing, you will have to share your ideas, informed point of view( as a result of your conducting research) and share your views with a public audience.
Time to do some hardcore presentation planning:
- Ticket out: You need to share your Group Presentation in progress!
Looking ahead in LCB:
- Tuesday, April 16th: Writing Project 2 Writing for the Real World is due at the Beginning of Sociology class. You must have a printed, stapled version ready to submit to Prof. Marquez. No late work will be accepted. For real. The deadline has been extended to allow you time to visit the Writing Center, and come by our shared office hours today from 2-4pm. Use your Argumentative Outline to help you draft your Op-Ed. Please feel free to come by and share your drafts of the Op-Ed. We are happy to offer feedback.
- Some more "real world examples" to help you as you are putting the finishing touches on your final draft: Dr. Araiza's Op-Eds and Prof.Bray's Analysis of Araiza's Writing
- Remember, you can earn 2 points for each visit to the Writing Center- up to 3 visits for this project. Make sure to get a slip from the consultant as proof of your visit.
- Group Research Presentations are scheduled for April 18th, 11am-2pm in the University Center, Jetty Room 123 and Tuesday, April 23rd, 11am-2pm-----UC, Anchor Ballroom C.
- Even if you are not presenting in class on those respective days, you need to be present so that each group has an audience and you will be tasked with evaluating your peers.
- The presentation schedule will be shared with you next Tuesday, April 16th. :)
- Thursday, April 25th- First-Year Research Conference - in the Univerisity Center Anchor Ballrooms (A, B, C, D), 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. You are expected to attend as audience members and complete a presentation evaluation form. You will need to turn in those evaluations to my office- FC 121. Completing a thorough evaluation can replace an absence in Seminar. You should also attend to support your fellow Learning Community B students who are presenting at the conference! #RepresentLearningCommunityB
- Tuesday, April 30th- Last day of class! :(
- Seminar and Writing and Rhetoric will combine classes that day. I will attend your regularly scheduled Writing class time. :)
- Need help with Sociology? Go and see your Supplemental Instruction Leader and EARN Participation and Engagement Points!
- Name: Abi Hernandez
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office Hour: Monday 10-10:50 am CASA Building Room 108 B
- Sessions meeting times/days/location:
- Monday 11-11:50 am CS 111
- Tuesday 4:00-4:50 pm CS 112
- Friday 10-10:50 am CS 114
- Weekly, students can earn up to 4 Participation & Engagement points by attending and actively participating in SI. The conditions are that you must arrive to the SI session on-time (stragglers are ineligible for points), stay for the session's entirety, and actively participate. You can never lose points. You can only earn them. We have eight more weeks to earn Participation & Engagement points. The goal is to accumulate 50 points over the entirety of the semester. Thus, regularly attending and actively participating in SI is in your best interest, as Learning Community participation (which includes P&E points) is worth 10% of your final grade in Sociology. Now you have two places to earn P&E points--in Sociology large lecture and in SI.