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01 INTRODUCTION 2007 - BIO206L Instructors...

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BIO 206L Structure and Function of Organisms
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Instructors Instructors of Record (lectures) A.William Allen Alan Lloyd Wes Thompson Individual Lab Instructors (TAs)
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A. William Allen Office Hours: Monday10-1:00 PM By Appointment Office: PAI 1.22G Phone: 471-2691 Email: [email protected]
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Today’s Agenda Review Class Syllabus and Procedures Introduction to a class study Background information for today’s lab
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Texts and References Lab Manual : Laboratory Experiments In Biology: Structure and Functions in Organisms Detailed Syllabus and laboratory exercises LABORATORY MAN UAL Biology 206L SPRING S EMESTER , 200 7 LABORATORY EXPERIMEN TS IN BIOLOGY: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTI ON OF ORGANISMS PREPARED BY THE FACU LTY AND STAFF OF THE SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIEN CES UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
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Required Reference Photo Atlas for Biology By Perry and Morton Useful for dissections and identification of structures.
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Supplementary reference Biology: Concepts & Applications, 6th edition By Cecie Starr Provides background information and reviews biological concepts.
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Other Material Available BIO 206 web site: http://cluster3.biosci.utexas.edu/courses/bio206/ http://www.bio.utexas.edu/courses/bio206/ On file in the Life Science Library Examples of journal articles Some books
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GRADE ASSIGNMENT 45% of final grade comes from midterm and final exam. MIDTERM EXAM: March 26, 7:30-9:00 PM FINAL EXAM: Follows UT exam schedule 22.5% Midterm Exam 22.5% Final Exam Exams made up of 90 multiple choice questions. Material covered consists of lecture material and laboratory activities and results.
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CPS record of Lecture Participation (via CPS) 20 points Need to purchase individual response pad Obtain Access Code Registration online {2 places}(UT EID!!!!!) www.einstruction.com Bring to lecture each time.
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Grade Assignment 50% of final grade derived from laboratory activities: Quizzes given in lab {15%} Informal lab reports {27.5%} 1 Formal lab report {7.5%}
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Grade Determination 180 points Lecture Exams 20 points Lecture Participation (cps) 200 points Lab Activities 400 points TOTAL Final score total points/4
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Grading Scale 100-90 A 89-80 B 79-70 C 69-60 D Below 60 F
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Final Grade Determination Each student will be evaluated individually based upon the total number of points achieved by the student. The grade you earn is the grade you will receive.
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A student earns the numerical grade of 79.4, what is the student’s letter grade? a. A b. B c. C d. D e. F
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A student earns the numerical grade of 79.4, what is the student’s letter grade? a. A b. B c. C d. D e. F
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eGradebook All grades will be entered into eGradebook.
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