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12th April 2015, 10:11 AM
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Ccsu fye

Can you please give me some details about the Central Connecticut State University - First Year Experience give me some information about the services, programs and curricular of it? As here I am looking the same?
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26th July 2018, 09:24 PM
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Re: Ccsu fye

I want to get the details of First-Year Experience FYE course of Central Connecticut State University CCSU so can you provide me?
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26th July 2018, 09:25 PM
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Re: Ccsu fye

FYE (First Year Experience) is the combination of all of the services, programs, curricular and co-curricular activities that supports a student's transition from high school to college as well as provides a foundation for academic success at a particular institution

FYE 101 (First-Year Experience)

Professor Chris Pudlinski

PHONE: 832-2701
E-MAIL: pudlinskic@ccsu.edu

OFFICE: Vance Academic Center 317-06

OFFICE HOURS: T 1:30-2:30 p.m.; R 8:45-10:30 a.m.; F 8:45-11 a.m.

This 1 credit class fulfills your First-Year Experience requirement and is attached to a section of COMM240 (a required class for all Communication majors).

OBJECTIVES:

1. To aid students in their transition from high school to college.

2. To help students develop the academic skills necessary to succeed in their courses (e.g., writing, note taking, studying, speaking)

3. To make students aware of the resources (academic, cultural, personal, and social) available at the university.

4. To help students develop survival skills (the basic approaches students need to master for preventing and solving problems that inevitably arise)

5. To help develop a sense of the university as a community in which the students get involved in study groups, extracurricular activities, service organizations, sports, etc.

6. To enable and encourage students both to think critically and to cultivate their own voices through assignments that employ active learning techniques.

ASSIGNMENTS:

Your final grade will be based upon the successful completion of the following:

WEEKLY JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS (60% of grade; 5% each):

Good grammar, interesting content, and proofreading will be a key to success. Unless otherwise instructed, these should be typed. You will be assigned 13 journals; you must do 12 of them!

ATTENDANCE/PARTICIPATION (15% of grade):

You will receive full credit if you attend every class, are never late (nor leave early), and you participate in our in-class activities.

FINAL PAPER (25% of grade; due on December 15th).

FYE101 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Date Content/Assignments/ FYE Activities

8/28 Transition to CCSU (as part of Opening Weekend):

Academic expectations, differences from high school

9/1 Taking and utilizing good class notes

Understanding the syllabus


9/8 JOURNAL 1 DUE: Personal Coat of Arms

PERSONAL OBJECT SPEECH (JOURNAL 2)


9/15 JOURNAL 3 DUE: Sample In-Class Notes & Evaluation

Active listening and active reading strategies

9/22 JOURNAL 4 DUE: Study Notes for Chap. 1 in COMM240 text

Community and campus engagement

9/29 JOURNAL 5 DUE: Exam Anxiety Questionnaire & Analysis

Preparing for exams

10/6 JOURNAL 6 DUE: Report on campus activity

Critical thinking: The Wise choice model

10/13 [IN-CLASS] JOURNAL 7 DUE: Post-exam assessment

GPA calculation & mid-semester progress report

10/20 JOURNAL 8 DUE: Self-assessment of one's writing abilities

Critical thinking: Writing clearly and critically

10/27 JOURNAL 9 DUE: Academic Dishonesty Scenarios

Library resources & research: Tour of Library

11/3 JOURNAL 10 DUE: Class Selection and Planning for Spring 2012

Planning for your major, minor and general education experience at CCSU

11/10 JOURNAL 11 DUE: Time Management diary & calculation sheet

Guest lecture: Time and task management

11/17 JOURNAL 12 DUE: End Of Semester Plan

Guest lecture: Memory strategies

12/1 JOURNAL 13 DUE: Perceptions of college life

Intergroup communication/simulation: The Village People

12/8 Looking back/Looking forward

Contact-

Central Connecticut State University
1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT 06050
860.832.CCSU or toll free instate 1-888-733-CCSU


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