Dear Mrs. Ohs, When sending email to your professors we must remember to be professional and concise with what we write. Just because you are writing an email it does not mean that bad grammar and spelling are okay, instead use spell check or a dictionary. Finally don't forget that your email may be viewed by many others not just your professor, so make sure that what the email contains is appropriate.
3. Dear Mrs. Ohs The syllabus was clear and I have no questions, my only concern is presenting to the front of the class.
I am notified of all TCC closings through TCC Alerts which sends me text or voicemails, and I also check tulsacc.edu for any information.
My personal goals for this course if first of to pass with nothing less then an A, and secondly to become a more confident speaker.
The only significant hurdles I am faced with that might impede my goal, are my writing skills. Even though I have taken both Comp I and II my creative writing skills are not the best.
We should refer to our agenda to find out what we missed in class, what is due, or where we will meet on a particular day.
Each week of class will be worth 20 points.
If you have an unexcused absence 10 points will be deducted from any points earned that week. Excused absences consist of, dire emergencies, serious illness, military obligation, and a court date. Each day that you are arriving more than ten minutes late to class, 10 points will be deducted from any points earned that week.
Starting class on time is a