Welcome to Tere English's Web Page for Students -- Spring 2013
Here you will find everything you need to help you be successful in your Developmental Communications classes.
Please email or call me or come see me during my office hours if you have any questions or concerns.
Last day to drop a class without receiving a "W" with a refund-Feb. 18 (in person), Feb. 18 (online)
Last to drop a class with a "W" but no refund- May 3 (in person), May 5 (online)
Some Important Notes
*If you stop attending a class (or you wish to drop a class), you must drop the class yourself on or before February 18. Failure to do so may result in a grade of NO PASS in this class.
*Please make sure that the email address on file with the college is accurate; if you change your address, please update your email address by using the student portal.
*Please keep graded papers such as quizzes and tests in a safe place. You should keep them at least until final grades have been posted.
*If you are a student with a disability and require classroom accommodations, please see me immediately to
discuss arrangements. The sooner I am aware that you are eligible for accommodations, the more quickly I will be able to provide them. If you have not done so already, you may also wish to contact the Disabled Students Programs & Services Office in Instructional Building 1018. Phone (818) 364-7732/TTD
(818) 364-7861 and bring a letter and/or documentation stating the accommodations that are needed.
About the Learning Center…
*If you need help or feedback while you are working on your assignments, visit The Learning Center, located on the first floor of the Library/Learning Resource Center. Tutors there will assist you in many areas: writing, math, reading, research, and homework assignments. In the new Title V HSI-ISSA Academic Success Center, the writing and reading specialists are excited about helping you to succeed. In the Writing Lab, tutors can assist you with MLA or APA styles and in developing writing assignments, lab reports, book reports, essays, and research papers.
*The Reading Lab offers free assessments of your reading skills using Reading Plus, interactivesoftware that provides individualized learning modules to enhance your reading skills. This online program can also be accessed from home. Make a Reading Lab appointment to learn how to access Reading Plus.
*The Learning Center is FREE for all students. Call 818-364-7754 to make AN APPOINTMENT or visit the Information Desk. Visit the Learning Center early each semester and use the FREE assistance throughout the term.
*AND, ESPECIALLY FOR DC 1 STUDENTS, the Learning Center has developed interactivecomputer tutorials to help you develop your grammar and sentence-writing skills. Visit
http://www.lamission.edu/learningcenter/devcomlinks.aspx to access these exciting tutorials!
No courses are available yet for this semester. Please check back later.
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