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Spanish 203 - Course Calendar

AUTUMN 2020 CALENDAR:

WEEK 1  
W Sept 30 INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE
WEEK 3  
M Oct 12 MODERATED DISCUSSION 1
COMPOSITION 1 (Formal letter): FIRST DRAFT
T Oct 13 EXAM 1: Lesson 6
WEEK 4  
T Oct 20 COMPOSITION 1 (Formal letter): FINAL VERSION
F Oct 23 MODERATED DISCUSSION 2
COMPOSITION 2 (News): FIRST DRAFT
WEEK 5  
M Oct 26 EXAM 2: Lesson 7
WEEK 6
 
M Nov 2 COMPOSITION 2 (News): FINAL VERSION
F Nov 6 MODERATED DISCUSSION 3
COMPOSITION 3 (Brochure): FIRST DRAFT
WEEK 7  
M Nov 9 EXAM 3: Lesson 8
W Nov 11 VETERANS DAY - NO CLASS
WEEK 8
T Nov 17 COMPOSITION 3 (Brochure): FINAL VERSION
F Nov 20
MODERATED DISCUSSION 4
COMPOSITION 4 (Theater): FIRST DRAFT
WEEK 9  
M Nov 23 EXAM 4: Lesson 9
Th Nov 26 THANKSGIVING - NO CLASS
F Nov 27 THANKSGIVING - NO CLASS
WEEK 10
W Dec 2 COMPOSITION 4 (Theater): FINAL VERSION
WEEK 11  
T Dec 8 MODERATED DISCUSSION 5
W Dec 9 EXAM 5: Lesson 10
Th Dec 10 ORAL EXAM
F Dec 11 ORAL EXAM

VERY IMPORTANT: All written and oral exams, and moderated discussions 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 justified reason, alternative arrangements can be made for written and oral exams, and due dates of homework assignments and compositions. During COVID-19, justified reasons include: illness, internet outage, and taking care of dependents (sick family members, school-age children at home...). You need to contact your instructor as soon as possible to discuss possible alternative due dates. 

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 can be made for written and oral exams. These arrangements 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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