Thursday, September 21, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

All tests taken today have been returned.

A clarification and a reminder.

1. If you were certified to take Test 1 and you did not pass it, then you must re-certify with me or a tutor or Kristin. This holds for all tests taken after their cut-off dates.

2. If you sign up to take a test with Kristin then you must either bring your signed certification or ask her to do it for you. To do this you will need an unsigned copy of the competency worksheet from class. If you do not have one, you may ask her to bring one to the session.



Thursday, September 14, 2017

All tests taken today have been returned.

By this afternoon you will see a link on the webpage called "Tutoring". If you click on this link you can sign up for tutoring with our ISA Kristin McCandless.  Please read the appointment instructions carefully.

If and only if you are behind the cut-off date for a test, you may arrange to take this test with Kristin. Kristin does not grade the tests. You are not permitted to take more than one per tutoring session.


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

All tests taken today have been returned.

A few reminders.

Thursday is the cut-off date for Test 1. That means that Thursday is the last day you can take Test 1 w/o permission. It also means that you are currently on pace to not pass the class.  It is not hard to get back on a passing track this early in the semester, but do not make the mistake of thinking of making the cut-off date as a goal. You should plan to stay well ahead of it.

The attendance sign-up sheet is available only for the first 15 minutes of class. It is ok to come to class later than that, but you will not receive attendance credit.

The testing period starts at 11:10 and you may not take a test after 11:15.



Thursday, September 7, 2017

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Please read all the links below if you haven't already. One requires immediate action.

Tuesday we will cover some of the more subtle aspects of translation and reinforce our understanding of the formation rules during the first 50 minutes. Anyone wishing to take Test 1 may do so. If you are planning on taking a test, make sure that you have signed up to get a folder (see previous post.)

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