What to look for on my Web site.JVS

web page's themes.

The URL is http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/

Always check:

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/Exchange.html

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/Newitemsite.html

  My Schedule

If you find it difficult to understand the page layout, go here:

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/Exchange.html#explain

For course indexes try:

Technology: http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/Technohomex.html

Ecojustice: http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/Eco-Justis_is.html

Social sciences index: http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/Social_Indices.html

If lost the file names are at: http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/sitemap.html

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The home page is

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/index.html

The best places to start are:

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/smallsite.html

and,

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/addons.html

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Basic information about assignments is at: http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/assign1.htm

Good research sources are: http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/ResearchRelyon.html

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/research_places_on_wwweb.htm

Importance of words

Sample speech (for final exam presentations)

Sample structure for writing.

Really good writing is hard so practice.

 

Grade scale is here.

How do I grade?

Vocabulary, I think is crucial to your success, so new terms are organized as:

a reader          A level ?     Try, http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/ADVAVOCA.HTML

          B level ?     Try, http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/VOCAB.html

          C level ?     Go to, http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/Vocabase.htm

          Survival level? See, http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/Conceptdefine.html

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CORE explained

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/CourseCORE.html

ADVANCED

C

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/website.html#core

 

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/website.html

 

O

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/website.html#o

 

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/tools.html

 

R

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/carcap.html

 

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/methods.html

 

E

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/realideal.html

 

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/diameth.htm

 

 

A critical page to keep in mind is at .

http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/probsolv.html#Top

 

consulting

CORE is the acronym for how every class is prearranged. First, we clarify terms and what the texts mean. Then we organize all the material and connect it to the authors. Next, we reflect on the sub-surface levels about what the substance of the class is. Finally, we examine the arguments for you to make up your own mind about what is so important to put in the final exam, final assignments, or final verbal presentation.

See: http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/ecoinqui.html

 

Writing is the most important skill to learn in college and my course so go to: http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/WritingPapersWho.html

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Social sciences index learn learn landscape index learnlearn words index learnlearn photograph index learnlearn population index

Totally confused ? Then go to, http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/CourseCORE.html#details

For an explanation (annotated) of what is on the site go to http://web65.rollins.edu/~jsiry/sitemap.htm

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