for Work Winter quarter 2010 Amanda Johnson
Saturday 9am to noon (with one hour
You can contact me on (425) 564 3087
or e-mail at email@example.com
At the end of this class, you will be able
an application form
questions with confidence
yourself to the interviewer
You need to:
(or borrow from the library) the class book.
Apply Yourself English for Job Search Success by Lisa Johnson, Lynn
Levey and Elizabeth Chafcouloff. Around $20 from the bookstore.
to every class please be on time. If
you are sick, e-mail or call me before class.
the notes and the class book
off phones and pagers.
the homework! It will help you!
To complete this class, you will need to
participate in class activities and achieve grade 3 or above in all key
assignments: completing an application form, a resume, a cover letter and a
mock interview. Completion is based on
completion of assignments and homework, attendance and class participation. I
will grade the assignments and may use numbers or +, √ ,-
..need to work more
.beginning, too many mistakes
Each student will have a class folder. The
portfolio will have:
Short term goals progress
Copies of assignments
treat each other with dignity and respect even when we have different
ideas. We will use professional behavior
that does not disturb others. Student Procedures and Expectations policies can be looked at on www.bcc.ctc.edu/artshum
with verified and documented educational disabilities
must demonstrate the same progress as other students with reasonable
accommodations, such as additional time. It is the responsibility of the
student, requesting reasonable accommodation, to provide verification of
disability and to disclose this information to the program and to the office of
Disability Resource Center. The phone number for DRC is 564-2498.
respond only to direct inquiries from students.
We discourage third parties (parents, spouses, and friends) from
involving themselves, because this can slow student growth and progress. We do
this because we are committed to student self-advocacy and independence. We
also do it because federal law (the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
mandates that we protect the privacy of student education records, and BCC
policy mandates that we keep academic performance as a matter between the
institution and the student. Requests by students to include third parties in
any instructor-student discussion of academic performance will be considered on
a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the instructor. You may see the full
text of this entire policy Arts and Humanities Commitment to Student Growth and
The students in this program often
like to do nice things for their teachers at the end of the quarter. A card
with words from all the students, flowers and food are good ways to thank your
teacher. You do not need to buy your teacher a gift or give money.