RST 40 Course Syllabus

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9/27/07 10:44 PM MyUCDavis External Site Window Page 1 of 5 https://classes.ucdavis.edu/outside_window.cfm?site=/CourseManagement/Website/cw_frame.cfm%3Fterm%3D200710%26crn%3D75237%26pid%3D1 Course Home >> RST 40 fall 2007 syllabus Instructor: Wendy R. Terry, Ph.D. New Testament Purpose : The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the texts of the Christian New Testament. Course time : lecture—MWF 2:10 to 3 PM Course location : lecture—Olson 206 (please see course website for section locations) Instructor contact information : [email protected] 724 Sproul Phone: 754-9998 Office Hours: Mondays 8:30 to 10:30AM & 3:10 to 4:10 PM or by appt Box: 614 Sproul Teaching assistant information: Claire Blackstock & Ruth Lesher [email protected] [email protected] office hours: Thurs 9 to 11AM W 10AM to noon, 1 to 2PM & F 12:50 to 1:50PM Office: 307 Voorhies Box: 614 Sproul Course required texts : Raymond E. Brown, An Introduction to the New Testament . New York: Double Day, 1997. New Revised Standard Version translation of the New Testament (You may use other translations to augment your study, but all examination will and citation must come from the NRSV.) Requirements : As a student in the course, you will: Attend lecture and section having completed the reading for that day/week, Complete 2 in-class exams and 1 final, and Write one 5 to 7 page research paper. Evaluation : You will be evaluated in 3 areas, with the following weights: Attendance at Section 10% Exams (3 of equal weight) 60% Research Paper 30%
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9/27/07 10:44 PM MyUCDavis External Site Window Page 2 of 5 https://classes.ucdavis.edu/outside_window.cfm?site=/CourseManagement/Website/cw_frame.cfm%3Fterm%3D200710%26crn%3D75237%26pid%3D1 Attendance : We will not be taking roll at lecture. We will, however, be taking roll in section. Studies have shown that the best way to learn is to participate.
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