|Instructor: George Knox
Office: Sylvania CC 221
Office Hours: TBA
|Phone: (503) 977-4475
Course Description: This course introduces technical and professional communications. We will review various technical formats (e.g., definitions, instructions, specifications, etc.) while focusing on the writing process. Activities will include lecture, class discussion, research, in-class and out-of-class writing, collaborative activities and lab work. Students will complete and submit technical projects and presentations, and participate in group activities. Prerequisite: WR 122/WR 214.
Classroom: WCWTC 1544, WCWTC 1518 (Lab)
Grading: Grading will be based on a point system. The maximum number of points available in the course is 200. The following scale will be used to assign the final grade:
A = 180+ Points
B = 160-179 Points
C = 140-159 Points
D = 120-139 Points
Attendance: Students who miss more than one class will receive a "No Pass". Students missing one class will be responsible for any assignments due and for any in-class work. Make-up work should be arranged with the instructor as early as possible in the term. An "Incomplete" will only be given for verified illness or emergency. Conflicts should be brought to the instructor's attention as soon as possible.
Student-Instructor Conferences: Students are required to meet with the instructor twice during the term to assess their progress in the class. Meetings will be arranged individually throughout the term.
Accommodation: Students needing accommodation should notify the instructor prior to or on the first day of class. Special arrangements will be made as soon as possible.
Assignments & schedules may be changed due to institutional,
weather or class concerns.
|Instructor: George Knox||Phone: 503-977-4475||E-mail: email@example.com||Office: Sy CC 221|
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