EH 1301 SYLLABUS
Student Responsibility: All assigned reading and writing must be accomplished on the dates specified on the schedule. If you do not hand in a paper on time, you must write a note at the end of the paper to explain why it is being handed in late. You will be allowed ONE late paper. After that, you will receive a one letter grade reduction on your final grade for EACH late paper. English 1301 is a writing course and your text is as important to class as the textbooks you read.
Callaghan, Patsy & Ann Dobyns. A Meeting of Minds: A Brief
Rhetoric for Writers and Readers . 2nd ed. San Francisc Longman,
A. Grades: According to university policy, your grade will be based on the following:
| Essays || 70 percent|
| Responses || 10 percent|
| Weekly Journals || 10 percent|
| Final||10 percent|
B. Office Hours:
Please email me at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org I will return a response within 24 hours, usually much shorter.
My office phone # is 386-7305. My home phone # is 361-0157. Please do not call after 9 p.m. unless it is an emergency.
M/W 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
T/TH Email Office Hours 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Fri 8:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (Please check before coming since I am often in meetings on this day)
C. Class Attendance: You are allowed 2 unexcused absences. University policy also demands that anyone missing more than 25% of the class will automatically receive an F for the course.
Project Key, a service for students with disabilities at Faulkner University, main campus, serves as the central contact point for all students with disabilities including: Harris College of Business, V.P. Black School of Biblical Studies, Alabama Christian College of Arts and Sciences, Jones School of Law and all extended campuses. Students are responsible for informing the University of their need for accommodations and services.
Contact Pat Morrow, Director of Project Key at 334-386-7185, 1-800-879-9816, extension 7185,
email email@example.com, or www.faulkner.edu and click on University Services.