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  • A. B. C. D. E. 1927 1943 1967 1982 2004
  •       When I give you the test, please leave it face down on your desk until I tell you to begin. You have three minutes to complete the test. The test will be graded and used toward your assignment points. There will be no talking during the test unless you are specifically instructed to do so. Once you finish the test, please turn your paper over on your desk and sit quietly until I give you further instructions. The first students to finish will receive an extra prize.
  • If you didn’t finish the test, why were you unable to complete it?  Why do you think some people were able to finish?  If you did finish, why do you think you were able to complete it? 
  •      I am a slow reader. I am not good at English. I am not good at school. I am bad at tests. I am stupid. I am proving myself right!
  •      I need to understand what is being asked of me. I need to find help. I need to focus on what I am doing and not be distracted by those around me. I need to have confidence in my abilities. I need to realize that failure is perfectly fine, but that not trying does not give me a chance to succeed. I can learn to do this!
  •      You cannot succeed in this class without help Sometimes asking for help is difficult because we are proud Your assignment in the first two weeks is to ask for help You can ask a peer, an SI leader, an instructor in the LRC, a Writing Mentor, me, or anyone else who is a resource You can ask for help with any aspect of the class and you will have to tell me about your experience next Thursday
  • On the back of your surprise test, write down the names of the people in your survival group from Tuesday
  • Free write—write without picking up your pen or pencil until I say stop. Do not worry about grammar, spelling, or sounding silly. Start with the prompt and go where your mind takes you. Prompt:  What did you think of the introduction to the book?  Are you intrigued? Why or why not?  What feeling do you get about Slater (the author)? 1:30 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 1:00 2:00 2:30 3:00 4:00 7:30 :00 :30 3:30 7:00 8:00
  • Introduction to Moodle, quizzes, submitting assignments, and Education Portal Video lessons
  • This time, ask your survival group if you need help!
  •   On a scratch piece of paper, rank your creativity (1 is low and 10 is high) On the paper I give you, draw that word or phrase    Only on the side with the word or phrase Use every ounce of your creativity number! If you need to look up a word or concept online that’s fine, but do not simply type the word into an images search!
  • Post from you will be due Thursday at 11:55 p.m.; responses (at least two) will be due Sunday at 11:55 p.m.
  • Due by Tuesday, January 28, 2014, at 4:25 p.m.
  • A. B. C. D. Follow directions! “Introduction” to Opening Skinner’s Box free write and discussion Moodle (and everything that came with it) Map of the class
  • A. B. C. D. Follow directions! “Introduction” to Opening Skinner’s Box free write and discussion Moodle (and everything that came with it) Map of the class
  • Due Sunday, January 26 at 11:55 p.m.:  Post to the introduction forum and respond to at least two students  Practice Turnitin assignment Due Tuesday, January 28 at 1:40 p.m.:  Watch two Education Portal (EP) videos (“Get the Gist of an Essay and Improve Reading Comprehension” and “How to Use Context to Determine the Meaning of Words”) and take the quizzes  Read “Opening Skinner’s Box” (Chapter 1 of Opening Skinner’s Box) and take the reading quiz  Read Critical Analysis Parts 4 and 5 and take both “Critical Analysis” quizzes (one on Parts 1-3 and one on 4-5) Due Tuesday, January 28 at the beginning of class:  Post your picture to Moodle (or bring one on your flash drive to post on Tuesday)  Get your iClicker!