Estimados(as) compañeros(as) de Estrat. de Lectura en Ingles I, acá esta la lista general de promedios finales. Hay dos columnas en el documento, la primera obedece al numero de carne universitario de cada uno y la segunda a la nota final y redondeada de cada uno de ustedes. El miércoles 27 de noviembre de 8-11 a.m. estaré en el aula 1 en caso de que alguno tenga dudas sobre su nota final.
PROMEDIO FINAL ESTRATEGIAS
Well, here are some extra works for some of you who owed me previous ones from the class.Here is a book from where you gotta take and do the exercises from the theory presented on each page. Kysha, you gotta do pages from 150-153 ( on this page the exercise 3, only). Cortes, you gotta do pages from 150-153 (on this page the exercise 3, only). Ariana you gottta do pages from 150-160. In all the cases you have explanations of theory and the practice. I’m going to ask you to send it back on a word file and to do it on Saturday or Sunday at the latest to my e-mail which is email@example.com.
Grammar and Usage for Better Writing (2004)
Here you already have the final test of the course. It is wholly based on the book worked in class, and on its exercises. Please send it back on Friday,November 22nd (the best day to do so), or Saturday at the latest. As soon as I get them all, I will be sending you the final grades of the course. God bless you all, and merry christmas.
Com. ESCR. IV Final Test
From now, on here you have access to a study guide for the Jonathan Swift’s Modest Proposal. Reread the essay and analyze the answer to give to each of the questions on the document.
A Modest proposal Study Guide
Now you have direct access to the presentation of the comparaison- contrast essay seen in class. Besides that you have the program of the course in case of need for refernce to the activities we have to do at the latest part of the semester. Atte. prof. Victor Hugo Acosta
Here you have the essay to be read and analyzed. Besides, remember this one is to make a literary analysis. The delivery dates for the analysis are: Novermber 13th or November 20th. See you next week. Prof. Victor Hugo Acosta.