Syllabus SP 09_2 - American History 1301 8434/9041 Online...

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American History 1301 – 8434/9041 – Online Course Instructor: Dr. David Buice Spring 2009 Richland College – Humanities Division Prerequisite (as in catalog) Development Reading 0093 or English as a Second Language (ESOL) 0044 or have met the TSI/Texas Success Initiative standard in reading. Course Description : History of the United States with a focus on the development of American characteristics and institutions, including the forging of a new society from European, African, and American cultures. Emphasis on colonial and early national periods through the Civil War and Reconstruction. Students must take 6 credit hours of HIST 1301, 1302, or 2301 to fulfill the Texas legislative requirement for history. Required textbook : , Vol. I, Special Texas Edition ISBN # 0-536-07128-4 How to contact me : via e-mail at [email protected] . As I will be on campus very infrequently, there is little point in contacting the Access Office and leaving a phone message, as it may be weeks before I actually read the message. Contact me via e-mail. I will try to answer all emails within 24 hours and usually much sooner than that! Just how does an online class operate; how do I get the information and learn the material? An excellent question, and hopefully the following points will answer it? First, I will provide you with chapter notes for each chapter of the text. The notes will be posted on the eCampus site for our course. You should read and work your way through each chapter, using my notes as your guide. At the end of each set of chapter notes you will find a list of the most important terms to know from that chapter. I will also post a review sheet to help you prepare for each test. TESTING: How are we tested and evaluated? Student evaluation will consist of four tests and two required Discussion Board topics. Each test has 100 points, and each of the four tests “stands on its own,” which is to say that there is no overlap on the material on which you are tested. The first test covers Chapters 1-4 of the course, the second test Chapters 5-8 and so forth. The fourth and last test covers only Chapters 13-16 of the course and is not, I repeat, is not a comprehensive final. The tests are made up of both multiple choice and true-false questions.
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2010 for the course HIST 1302 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '08 term at Richland Community College.

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Syllabus SP 09_2 - American History 1301 8434/9041 Online...

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