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These objectives are located in the study guide that I will provide for you. Reading Objectives At the beginning of each class, I will write the reading assignment for the next class on the chalkboard. This is also located on your course calendar.
By the time of our next meeting, you should have read the assigned material and written down answers to the reading objective questions. They will help you focus on the important concepts History syllabus theories discussed in the chapter.
You will not have to hand in the answers to these reading objectives, but experience has shown that students understand and benefit from the lectures much more if they have done the reading and written down the answers to the reading objectives before the in-class lecture.
Most important ,students who write down answers tend to do better on the tests. Since this course will primarily utilize the lecture-discussion methodology, attending class lectures is very important.
These state the major themes that we will discuss in the class lecture. At the beginning of each class, I will write the lecture objectives on the chalkboard that we will be covering during class so that you may follow along.
If you are absent from a class. If you are absent, make sure you copy the notes you missed from a classmate and check with me to get any handouts I distributed.
I will check roll at the end of each class by having you sign an attendance list. The attendance grade will be based on a point scale. Thus, if there are 20 class meetings excluding the 4 tests and you attend 16, you would receive an attendance grade of I will give you a filmsheet of questions or a chart to construct while watching the film.
These films are not optional and are an integral part of the class. These filmsheets will be filled in while you watch the film in class and will be handed in at the end of the class. Obviously, if you are not present, you cannot watch a film and turn in a filmsheet.
These films are not available in the library or elsewhere. There is no way to make up a missed film except to write the extra credit book review -so try hard to have good attendance. The book review can add up to 3points to your final course grade and will be graded on a letter grade scale.
A book review that receives an A will add 3 points to your final course grade, one that receives a B would add 2 points, a C would add 1 point.
Any book review that receives less than a grade of C will be returned to the student to revise and will receive no extra-credit until the student turns in the revised review which must be turned in before the last class meeting. The first student to sign up a book to review will review that book, but no one else can review the same book.
To access the list of books that you may review go to austincc. Test 1 class meeting. You may sign up earlier by just telling me at an earlier class. The first student to sign up for a particular book gets to do a book review on that book — no other student may review the same book!
Please see me during office time if you are having trouble choosing a book to review.History Syllabus Through the advanced study of history, students should acquire the skills and knowledge that will extend the scope of their general education and provide a foundation for the professional study of history.
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