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Course Syllabus   M ATH  209 :  COLLEGE    MATHEMATICS  II Course Number : Math 209 Course Title : College Math II /  NW09 – 1YR08 Course Start & End Dates: 03/23/2010 – 04/20/2010 Course Location : Houston Northwest Campus - Rm TBA Class Days and Times : Tuesday  from  6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Required Text Note: All required text materials can be found on the 209 course page. The page can be accessed through the University of Phoenix Student and Faculty Web site at Electronic Resources (An Electronic Reserve Readings (ERR) page has been created for each week of this course. The ERR contains recommended readings and suggested key word search parameters related to the given week’s objectives. To locate the link for each week’s ERR, navigate to the “materials” field under the appropriate week on the 209 page. No password is required.) Instructor : Laurette Blakey Foster Office Phone : 281.744.3849 UOP E-mail Address : [email protected] Alternative E-mail Address : [email protected] Availability : 6pm – 10pm T - F Business Mailing Address : University of Phoenix – Houston Campus 11451 Katy Freeway, Suite 100 Houston, Texas 77079 Welcome Welcome to the University of Phoenix and our Mathematic 209 course. I look forward in assisting you during the next five weeks as you complete your mathematics requirements. Instructor Biography B.S., M.Ed. Virginia State University – Mathematics Ed.D. University of Houston – Curriculum and Instruction – Mathematics Education Mathematics Association of America – Committee on Curriculum Reform for the First Two Years National Facilitator – Refocusing College Algebra Southern Association of Colleges and Schools – Quality Enhancement Evaluator
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Point Values for the Course Assignments ASSIGNMENTS POINTS Individual (70%)      Individual Homework Assignment for Weeks One through Four  16      ALEKS ®  Progress for Weeks One through Four 15      Individual Quiz in Week Two 3      Individual Quiz in Week Three 3      Individual Quiz in Week Four 3      Individual Final Exam 15      Participation (All Weeks) 15 Learning Team (30%)      Learning Team Project and Activities for Weeks Two through Five 30 Total 100 How Points and Percentages Equate to Grades: 100- 95 A 76- 74 C 94-90 A- 73- 70 C- 89-87 B + 69- 67 D+ 86-84 B 66- 64 D 83-80 B- 63- 60 D- 79-77 C + 59 < F University of Phoenix Standard Policies and Procedures Please see the Policy link on your rEsource page for the standard policies and procedures for the  University. Course Changes Please note that the instructor’s assignments may vary from the original syllabus you received  from the student web page. Assignments in this document take priority. While the reading  assignments and learning objectives remain the same, some of the assignments in this syllabus  have been customized for this particular section. Your instructor will point out the changes.
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