January 22, 2008

January 22, 2008 - -There will be 3 regular multiple-choice...

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Sociology 101.001 January 22, 2008 Book: The Essentials of Sociology -copies of the book are available in the bookstore, and there is one on reserve in the library Additional Contact information is available on the syllabus distributed in class There will be a WebCT component to the class. It will be used to check grades, and to post test dates and due dates for ‘Reaction Papers’ Grading- -Attendance will occasionally be taken in the form of pop quizzes. Attendance makes up 5% of the grade -Approximately 10 “Reaction Papers” will be assigned throughout the semester. They will be graded for full credit or no credit and should be 1-2 pages typed and double spaced. These will represent 10% of your final grade. Further details concerning these papers will be posted on WebCT and announced in class
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Unformatted text preview: -There will be 3 regular multiple-choice exams covering about 4 chapters each. These exams will be worth 20% of your final grade-The final exam will be a partially cumulative exam, and will have an essay component. The essay topic will be announced in advance. This exam will be worth 20% of your grade.-Students are expected to come to class having read the chapter(s) designated for lecture. Lectures will be PowerPoint based. Supplementary Instruction--There will be informal study sessions offered by CAPS designed specifically for the course. They are not mandatory.-The times for these study sessions are as follows: Tues 6-6:30 PM in Zim 345 Thurs 11-11:50 AM in Hum 309 Friday 9-9:50 AM in Zim 345 For more information, contact: Katelin Schumacher E-mail: [email protected]..
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Goodman during the Spring '07 term at New Mexico.

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