English 102 or 104 (pick one)
Instructor: Dr. Karuvius Zakoostix Office: 401 Scissorbill Hall
F All day
S Always open
Sun Satan equated himself to God. So do those who rest on the 7th.
Mobile: +1 312 233 3452
Wife’s Mobile: +1 312 233 3451
Home address: 4061 S Winchester Court
There are no requirements for this class (except for payment, see below).
Students intending to read should select books they find suitable.
General Education Objectives
The primary general education objectives served by this course call for students to “pass the class through registration,” “use any technology* to pass,” and “demonstrate the ability to value passing.” The course also requires that students “understand and apply personal values and ethics regarding the need to pass.”
Students further develop the skill to pass the class. The course focuses on passing as a means of passing effectively. In the process of passing, students learn to analyze how they passed and to construct a complex or simple passing grade. Students also learn basic text based, electronic and virtual passing methods and procedures.
Optional lecture three hours per week.
The only thing you need to do in this class is pass.
Outcomes: Successful students will
- register within the first four weeks of the term
- choose to write or read or not
- pass, logically
- search for things in the library and Internet (if they have time)
- distinguish among individuals’ unique ways of passing the class
- demonstrate comprehension of what it means to pass
- identify credible and relevant means to pass
- say “I passed”
Assignment grades, and ultimately course grades, will be determined by a student’s ability to “pass the class through registration,” “use any technology* to pass,” and “demonstrate the ability to value passing.”
Students may opt to pass in class or outside of class. A passing student need not be present.
If you fail to sign up to pass the class yourself, no one else may pass the class for you. Passing is limited to one (1) student per student ID #, and a registered student may only pass one (1) time each semester. See college catalog for more information.
Guidelines for Optional Papers
Students may, if the wish arises, choose to submit written essays. They should adhere to the following requirements
- Please use ink
- Please use typing paper (unless you only have a ruled notebook, then that’s fine)
- Type or use a word processor (unless you like writing by hand).
- Say something in your essay if you’d like your professor to say something besides “this passed”.
- Possible topics include:
1.) Write about something you like. Say how much you like it.
2.) Write about something you don’t like. Say how much you don’t like it.
3.) Write using the word like. Do it often, like, in every sentence. Twice, like.
4.) Write about the time when it was unfair.
5.) Write about the time when you had the most fun, ever.
There is no required final exam. Students opting to take a final exam should make special arrangements before finals week.
*technology is anything that you can use to pass besides yourself or another human being.
Students who do not submit their payment in full by the seventh (7th) week of the semester automatically forfeit the right to PASS this class or to receive any CREDIT for it on their transcript. Acceptable PAYMENTS may be made by money order, cash, wire transfer or credit card. No personal checks. No refunds.
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