5. Course Requirements
In the beginning of the term, the class format will be discussion with some lecture, and will gradually become more workshop-oriented as the semester progresses. The course is designed so that you will first complete simple assignments in a group setting, then progress to more elaborate individual assignments.
The course requires regular attendance, participation via in-class and online discussions, timely completion of group and individual project work, and attention to basic composition skills such as proofreading and syntax. (Students are welcome to use the writing center.)
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Unless a homework assignment specifically mentions a printout, you should assume that I don't want a hard copy.