I realize that on Thursday I said I might be tweaking the reading schedule given the fact that so few of the class had actually made their way through the Hall chapter. Against all common sense, I’ve decided to keep the schedule intact with some minor changes, primarily because the work we do in the next few weeks is absolutely integral to the first paper, which is now due Tuesday Mar. 5th. This week won’t change. The last class of Week Four and the first class of Week Five, however, will be lighter in terms of reading, as we’ll be focusing solely on Havoc, In Its Third Year. Also, and this is crucial, the assignment under a given date indicates what is due for the NEXT class meeting. Any questions? Please address them to the comment section of this post.
Learning Assistance Center
LOCATION: HSS 348
HOURS: M-TH 9-4
WEB SITE: http://www.sfsu.edu/~lac
We offer the following services:
1. Weekly, scheduled tutoring sessions
This type of session is best for students who need to develop their reading, writing, math, and study skills in order to pass a class, or students who have low GPAs or are on probation. We often form groups of students from the same class.
When referring a student, it is helpful (but not required) to fill out a referral form describing the specific skills or areas the student needs to work on. The student may then bring the completed referral form to the center. Referral forms are available to download athttp://www.sfsu.edu/~lac/infofacstaff.html