Ganter Writing Courses - Student Information Sheet (Spring 2017)
This information is collected by the instructor to assist in your teaching and learning experience. It is private and is not shared with other students in the course for any purpose.
Select the current year.
Select the current term.
Type your name here. First name, then last, please. Use the name(s) you would like to be addressed by.
Your answer
Please check your preferred gender pronouns. I also encourage students to preface comments in class with indications of preferred pronouns.
Please confirm that you have read the "First Readings"/Course Policies for our class (links on 'Class Participation,' "Student Use of the Digital Classroom,' and our '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 address below or open a new one at https://accounts.google.com/SignUp. 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 your G-Mail address in the box below. Make a note of it and your password.
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List your primary academic interests and/or planned area of study. If relevant you can also list other courses you are taking this term.
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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.
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Briefly describe your previous work in high school English classes or other college writing/English courses (novels/plays you might have read, techniques you might have learned such as the "five paragraph essay,” rules you may have been asked to follow). Be as detailed or as brief as you feel you need to be. “Not memorable” is fine as an answer.
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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? (If this is a writing course, maybe there is a particular area of your writing you feel needs work or improvement).
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How would you best describe the 'learning style' that suits you?
More than one may apply, of course. For now try and select only the one you are MOST responsive to as a student.
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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