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                 FALL, 2013, AUG 19 – DEC 16

 MATH 120, MATH FOR GENERAL EDUCATION # 2212

                             Mon – Wed,  5:30 – 6:45    

         INSTRUCTOR: Robert Ridgway (rridgway@guhsd.net)

 TEXT: Crossing The River With Dogs, Johnson, Herr & Kysh

                        ASSIGNMENTS AND TESTS

                      (homework will be checked the night of each test)   

 

             Mon                                                      Wed

8/19  pg 21, 1-13                                8/21  pg 43, 1-14

8/26  pg 65, 1-13                                8/28  pg 71, 1-5

9/2  **Labor Day**                             9/4  practice test 1/2/3

9/9  TEST 1/2/3                               9/11  pg 99, 1-14

9/16  pg 134, 1-18                              9/18   pg 166, 1-17

9/23   pg 172 1 – 5                             9/25   practice test 4/5/6

9/30    TEST 4/5/6                            10/2    pg 191, 1-16

10/7  pg 223, 1-18                              10/9   pg 258 1 – 13

10/14   pg 263, 1-5                             10/16  practice test 7/8/9

10/21   TEST 7/8/9                            10/23   pg 284, 1- 18

10/28 pg 310, 1-14                             10/30   pg 338, 1 – 17

11/4  pg 346, 1- 5                              11/6  practice test 10/11/12

11/11  **Veterans Day**                 11/13  TEST 10/11/12

11/18   pg 369, 1 – 15                        11/20   pg 407,  1 – 6

11/25   pg 431, 1- 18                         11/27    pg 459, 1- 10

     12/2 practice test 13/14/15/16          12/4  TEST 13/14/15/16        

12/9 practice final                          12/12  no class

                     FINAL EXAM    12/16     5:30 – 7:30 

                                          Grading

Homework:  20%         Tests:  50%           Final:  30%

98 –100 = A+      88 – 89 = B+     78 – 79 = C+   60 – 69 = D

93 – 97 = A         83 – 87 = B       73 – 77 = C

90 – 92 =  A-       80 – 82 = B-

 

 

 STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

A student will be able to employ both inductive and deductive reasoning appropriately.

A student will be able to construct visual representations of certain problems and then analyze those constructs to attain a solution.

A student will be able to identify patterns and use them to predict other outcomes.

A student will be able to employ logic in solving a problem to arrive at a solution.

A student will be able to categorize problems and employ the correct procedure to solve them.

Supervised Tutoring Referral:

1.      Students requiring additional help or resources to achieve the stated learning outcomes for MATH 120    are referred to enroll in IDS 198: Supervised Tutoring – Math, for assistance in the Math Study Center (70-112). The department will provide Add Codes.

2.      IDS 198 is a non-credit/non-fee course.

ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES:   Students with disabilities who may need accommodations in this class are encouraged to notify the instructor and contact Disabled Student Services & Programs (DSP&S) early in the semester so that reasonable accommodations may be implemented as soon as possible. Students may contact DSP&S in person in room 110 or by phone at (619) 644-7112 (voice) or (619) 644-7119 (TTY for deaf).

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:   Cheating and plagiarism (using as one’s own ideas writings, materials, or images of someone else without acknowledgement or permission) can result in any one of a variety of sanctions. Such penalties may range from an adjusted grade on the particular exam, paper, project, or assignment (all of which may lead to a failing grade in the course) to, under certain conditions, suspension or expulsion from a class, program or the college.  For further clarification and information on these issues, please consult with your instructor or contact the office of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs.

CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR:  At all times a student’s conduct and language is expected to be respectful of others.  Any student who decides to disrupt the class or hinder the progress of any other student may be asked to leave.  Conduct that distracts from the learning process includes but is not limited to talking, ringing cell phones, arriving late to class, leaving class early, reading magazines/newspapers, sleeping and eating.  Disruptive behavior will be dealt with in the following manner; first offense results in a verbal warning, second offense results in a one day suspension from the class.  Each expulsion will count as ONE absence.   Two absences result in being dropped from the course.   This means that students who talk during the lecture portion of the course or engage in any form of disruptive behavior may end up being dropped from the class.    Remember that you are in charge of your education, so take responsibility and learn the material as best you can.  If you have a question, ask it.  If you don’t understand something, say so!  Any question that will help you to better understand the material is not stupid.  Because of this, I expect you to be patient and respectful of others who are asking questions in an effort to do well.   All other GrossmontCollege policies are enforced.

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