Lecture1_C04 - Lecture 1 1 Syllabus Plan Introductory Notes...

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1 Lecture 1 Plan ¾ Introductory Notes and Syllabus ¾ About Science: Chapter 1 1. Syllabus CATALOG DESCRIPTION Introduction to physical science history, philosophy, methodology, and content of astronomy, physics, and chemistry which have allowed man to orient himself to his physical environment. INSTRUCTOR Dr. Mikhail Khankhasayev E-mail : [email protected] Office Hours: M W 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Friday 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (by appointment only) Jones Hall Bldg. (Physics Dept.) Rm. 111F TEXTBOOK
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2 COURSE EVALUATION Student performance will be evaluated in the following areas Homework (200 pts) 10 Blackboard Homework Sets (20 pts each) Tests (400 pts) 5 tests (100 pts each, the lowest grade will be dropped) Final Exam (200 pts) Final exam is cumulative Project paper (100) Attendance/class participation (100) Grading Scale A 90 -100 % 900 B 80 – 89 % 800 C 70 – 79 % 700 D 60 – 69 % 600 F< 60 % <600 Homework (200 pts ) I. Blackboard Problem Sets will be posted on the course Blackboard site in the Assignments folder. Each problem set must be completed by the required deadline Each set is worth 20 pts. II. Textbook questions and problems . These problems will be not turned in for grading. They are very useful resource for completing the Blackboard assignments. Solutions to the selected homework problems will be posted in the Homework folder before each of corresponding BB problem set is due . BLACKBOARD All students must be enrolled in the blackboard (BB) site of this course . To do this, each student should have a personal blackboard account.
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