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Unformatted text preview: Evolution and behaviour section intro 1 Introduction 1.1 Ground rules Expectations of students • Print the notes from the web and bring them to class • Don’t talk while other students are talking, or while I am responding to student questions • If you must talk at other times, be inobtrusive • Don’t use your computer in class • If you must use your computer in class, be inobtrusive – And don’t connect to the internet Expectations of professor • Start and end on time • Focus on conceptual understanding • Make clear what terminology and facts must be learned • Open to questions – both in class (within reason) and at office hours – Tue 1:30-2:30 and Fri 10:30-11:30 in the resource room (BSB- 201A) or by appointment • Available by email, and on ELM forums 1 Structure of presentation • Required material will be clearly outlined in the notes – • Required terminology will be presented in bold • General ideas and approaches presented in class may also be required; you should take notes on these in your own words Why come to class? • It’s required • Listening and thinking and talking will help you understand concepts, instead of just memorizing • Details and terminology should be covered in sufficient detail in the notes; concepts may not be Why read the book? • It’s interesting • The book will explain some things in a better way (for you personally) than I do • Familiarity improves understanding Taking notes • You will need to develop your own style of taking notes – Many people benefit from writing things down, or using their own words • If a new concept is making sense to you right now, write something that will help you remember • If there’s something I think you all need to write down, I will write it for you (or mark it as an answer) 2 Evaluation • You are not responsible for details unless they are in the notes – and not responsible for terminology unless it’s in bold • You are responsible for relevant ideas and concepts from lectures and readings • Conceptual questions, logical inference questions and application ques-...
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