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Spanish 201 - Course Calendar

WINTER 2022 CALENDAR:

WEEK 1  
M Jan 3 INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE
WEEK 2
 
Th Jan 13 QUIZ 1
GROUP PROJECT 1: COLLABORATIVE WRITING
WEEK 3
 
T Jan 18 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 1: IN-CLASS WRITING
W Jan 19 EXAM 1
Th Jan 20 Participation self-evaluation form
WEEK 4
T Jan 25 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 1: FINAL VERSION
WEEK 5
M Jan 31 QUIZ 2
GROUP PROJECT 2: COLLABORATIVE WRITING
W Feb 2 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 2: IN-CLASS WRITING
Th Feb 3 EXAM 2
F Feb 4 ORAL EXAM 1
WEEK 6
M Feb 7 Participation self-evaluation form
W Feb 9 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 2: FINAL VERSION
WEEK 7
W Feb 16 QUIZ 3
GROUP PROJECT 3: COLLABORATIVE WRITING
F Feb 18 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 3: IN-CLASS WRITING
WEEK 8

T Feb 22 EXAM 3
W Feb 23 Participation self-evaluation form
Th Feb 24 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 3: FINAL VERSION
WEEK 10
M Mar 7 QUIZ 4
GROUP PROJECT 4: COLLABORATIVE WRITING
W Mar 9 EXAM 4
Th Mar 10 ORAL EXAM 2
F Mar 11 ORAL EXAM 2
Participation self-evaluation form

VERY IMPORTANT: All exams and assignments, including group and individual projects, will be completed in all sections of the course on the dates established in this calendar. Your teacher will provide you with a more detailed calendar including also classroom activities and homework.

VERY IMPORTANT: In case of illness or other valid reason, alternative arrangements can be made for exams and due dates of assignments. You need to contact your instructor as soon as possible to discuss possible alternative due dates. If you are sick or have Covid-19 symptoms, let your teacher know you will be missing class via email. You should NOT provide medical documentation as proof of short-term illness to justify an absence.

VERY IMPORTANT: If you are a student athlete, in the national guard, or are missing class because of a UW mandatory academic activity, you need to provide your instructor with proper documentation indicating the dates you will be missing class. Alternative arrangements for exams and assignments need to be made BEFORE the due date.

VERY IMPORTANT: If you are a DRS student or need religious accommodations, please visit the main page of the course syllabus for more detailed information on UW policies and resources.

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