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Econ 175 Lecture Slide - 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley,...

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Unformatted text preview: 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 1. Format and Overview of Class, and the Human Costs of Economic Crises Econ/Demog C175 2011 Ronald Lee UC Berkeley Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 11 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 22 Econ/Demog C175. Lecture 1 Outline for Lecture 1 Class Structure, Format and Procedures Human Costs of the Economic Crisis Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 33 Your Graded Work (see syllabus) Five Problem Sets Grade based on best four Not accepted late Cooperation is fine, but write-up must be independent ! Midterm Exam is Tuesday, March 8 (15th day of class) Final Exam is Monday, May 9. Emphasizes second half of course First Draft Term Paper, due Friday April 9. You get comments and can revise. Both original and the final drafts are graded. Short Empirical (data analysis) You choose topic Unscheduled in-class activities using i-Clickers. Graded on participation, not whether response is right or not. Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 44 How Grade is Determined (could change somewhat) 12% problem sets 28% midterm 25% term paper 30% final 5% response (participation) in class i- Clicker activities. 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 55 Teaching Assistants--Introductions Aaron Chalfin (Head GSI) Reid Hamel Sara Lopus Stanley Ellicott Contact: 175gsi2011@gmail.com the bSpace forum 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Class Administrative Assistants Dr. Ellen Langer Dr. Celeste Winant Contact: 175admin@demog.berkeley.edu Office in Demography building, 2232 Piedmont Ave. Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 66 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 77 Optional Sections You do not need to attend You can attend a different one each week No connection to enrollment 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 88 What happens in sections? Discuss lectures, readings, and class materials Students ask questions Discuss answers to problem sets and exams Teach basic computer skills Sometimes new material that is not on exams. 2/10/11 Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2011 Enrolled students must confirm by email During the first week of class, enrolled students must send an e-mail to 175confirm@demog.berkeley.edu by Friday Jan 21 to confirm their enrollment. CONFIRMATION Last Name First Name in the subject line last four digits of your student ID in the body text of the e- mail. EXAMPLE subject line: CONFIRMATION Doe John....
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