Final projects have been graded and posted to Angel, and final grades have been turned in. Your final grade (including class participation) is the same as your cumulative grade in Angel. If you’re not sure what that means in terms of a letter grade, check the chart on your syllabus (https://english372.wordpress.com/syllabus/).
If you’d like the comment page on your web project but didn’t submit the project through Angel, email me after January 12 and I’ll send it to you. I won’t be checking email regularly until classes begin again.
The final exam will be held on Thursday, 12/18, 1-3 p.m. in our usual room (CUE 219). If you completed the weblog and the report, you do not need to take the final exam unless you want to. See the Syllabus for an explanation.
Bring paper (but no blue book) to the exam with you.
Because many of you have indicated that you’re doing web projects, and web projects can’t be uploaded to Angel, for Paper 4 you can choose any one of these ways to submit your work.
1. If you want to turn in a hard copy of your paper, turn it in at the beginning of class tomorrow.
2. If you want to turn in an electronic version of your paper, upload it to Angel by 9 p.m. tomorrow.
3. If you are doing a web project, you can either submit the rationale (along with the link to your page and all group members) to Angel under Paper 4 *or* email me the rationale along with the link.
Please be sure that the names of all your group members are on everything, including the web site and the rationale. You can post the rationale on your web site.
Some of you have asked about whether the extension policy applies to Paper 4. Yes, it does apply. If you have not taken an extension before but need to do so for Paper 4, email me before tomorrow’s class.
Also, if you wrote Paper 3 but weren’t able to open or read the comments on the version I returned to you, please email me right away (firstname.lastname@example.org or reply to this message) so that I can upload another version.