F07(2) - Introduction to China History 1608 Dr. William Wei...

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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to China History 1608 Dr. William Wei MWF 1300-1350 Hellems 216 EDUC 220 Office Hours: M T 0900 & by appointment Introduction to China uses a variety of disciplinary approaches to suggest principal characteristics in most realms of the civilization of China that are of intellectual interest. The course is designed for students who do not already have substantial knowledge of China. The minimum standard of attainment in the course is a firm understanding of the significant aspects of Chinese civilization so that one can discuss them coherently. Requirements 1. The course grade will be determined according to the following criteria: Five quizzes............................................................50% (100 points) Note well: Each quiz is worth ten points. There will be seven quizzes altogether but only five of them will be counted toward your final grade. Final examination...................................................50% (100 points) Note well: This is an essay and identification examination. 2. Attendance is mandatory. If you have an excused absence, please provide Professor Wei with the appropriate documentation. He can be contacted directly by telephone at 492-7655 and by e-mail at william.wei@colorado.edu . 3. Only final examinations written in ink and in large blue books will be accepted. Note Well University Honor Code Mission 1 As citizens of an academic community of trust, CU- Boulder students do not lie or cheat whether they are on campus or as acting as representatives of the university in surrounding communities. Neither should they suffer by the dishonest acts of others. Honor is about academic integrity, moral and ethical conduct, and pride of membership in a community that values academic achievement and individual responsibility. Cultivating honor lays the foundation for lifelong integrity, developing in each of us the courage and insight to make difficult choices and accept responsibility for actions and their consequences, even at...
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F07(2) - Introduction to China History 1608 Dr. William Wei...

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