Ganter Literature Courses - Student Information Sheet
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Select the current term.
Type your first and last name here, please. Use the name(s) you would like to be addressed by.
I have read the following "First Readings" after following the link at the top of the
Class Participation – Guidelines and Grading
Student Use of the “Digital Classroom”
Course Policy on Wikipedia
For this course you will need access to a working G-Mail or Google account, if you do not have one already. Enter an existing G-mail (or as I like to call it "Ganter Mail") address below or open a new one at
. Creating a new G-Mail address with some variation of "capustudent," "[your initials]capu" or "engl100mail" will give an added layer of privacy to your account. Type the G-Mail address address you wish to use for this course in the box below. You may delete this account after you have received your final grade at the close of the term.
List your primary academic interests and/or planned area of study. If relevant you can also list other courses you are taking this term.
Please list a few of the texts (novels, nonfiction, films, graphic novels, television shows) you may have read or seen in the past year. Write “none” if needed.
No pressure. If you have not done much reading or viewing lately, maybe a list a title or two that stuck with you in your life for better or for worse -- even if it is a throwback to when you were younger. (Children's books do count!) I promise not to psychoanalyze you.
Please write on some of the reasons you have for taking this course—or some of your expectations. Was there a reason you enrolled in this course as opposed to other available courses? "It fit my schedule" could be your answer!
Please check your preferred gender pronouns. I also encourage students to preface comments in class with indications of preferred pronouns.
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She, her, hers
He, him, his
They, them, theirs
I have no particular preference to declare.
Use one term you feel best describes your course workload this term: light, average, heavy or overloaded (!).
Last question: Do you have any particular learning needs you would like to make me aware of?
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