course is designed for your learning pleasure. As a result of
participating in this class students will become familiar with the classics from the 19th and 20th centuries and
build knowledge of common nursery rhymes, folktales, myths, and fables.
Students and Instructor will read and share literature and literature activities
during each class session. Another goal is that students will enjoy children's literature, sharing literature with children, and
continue to read books written for young people.
active participation in each class session is vital to your learning as well as
to the learning of the other students in the course. You must come prepared and ready to be engaged as an active,
communication skills are essential for all education students.
The quality of your written and oral expression will be included in the
evaluation of your work, including grammar, form, spelling, and neatness.
Cite your sources. Complete
bibliographic references are expected where appropriate.
COMMITMENT TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
College of Saint Mary seeks to maintain a supportive
academic environment for students with disabilities. To ensure their equal access to all educational programs,
activities and services, Federal law requires that students with disabilities
notify the University, provide documentation, and request reasonable
accommodations. If you need accommodations in this course, please notify me so
that I can verify that the required documentation is filed with the Academic
Affairs Office and that your accommodation plan is in place.
STATEMENT ON ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
integrity is one of the basic principles of a college community.
College of Saint Mary encourages and expects the highest standards of
academic honesty from all students. Cheating,
plagiarism, or other forms of academic dishonesty are subject to disciplinary