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Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics LSGI1D03 Living on a Dynamic Earth Subject Outline Teacher: Wu Chen and George Liu Office: ZN612, ZS617 E-mail: [email protected] ; [email protected] Tutor: HAN Yao, Serein Office: ZS606 E-mail: [email protected] Classes: Lectures and tutorials: Mondays . Week 1, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 4 Sep, Wu Chen Week 2, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 11 Sep Week 3, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 18 Sep Week 4, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 25 Sep Week 5, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 9 Oct Week 6, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 16 Oct Week 7, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 23 Oct Dr Zhizhao Liu Week 8, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 30 Oct Week 9, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 6 Nov Week 10, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 13 Nov Week 11, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 20 Nov Week 12, Room Z211, 15:30-18:20, 27 Nov Textbook Adams, S., & Lambert, D. (2006). Earth Science: An illustrated guide to science . New York, Chelsea House. Available via Mylibrary: Assessment Coursework: 100% Assignment : 50% ELC: 10% LSGI: 40% Two in-class MCQ quizzes: 50% Must score D in each component (assignment and quizzes) Mark to grade scale: A+ ≥ 85; A ≥ 75; B+ ≥ 71; B ≥ 65; C+ ≥ 58; C ≥ 50; D+ ≥ 44; D ≥ 38; F < 38 Assessment policy In order to pass this subject, students must attain a minimum grade of "D" in all components. Absence from in-class tests must be accompanied by a doctor’s sick leave certificate, a social worker’s report, or the death certificate of an immediate relative. It is the policy of FCE that minor illnesses (e.g.
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