HAC 101 Syllabus - CoursePrefix/Number:Title Semester/Year

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Course Prefix/Number: Title  Semester/Year Instructor Information Instructor Name: Office Location: Office Hours: Office Phone: Cell Phone (optional): Home Phone  (optional): Email: Course Description (Replace this text with catalog course description) Course Prerequisites and Co-Requisites (Replace this text with pre-and/or co-requisites or if there are none enter "None") Learning Objectives  Upon the completion of this course, students will be able to:  (Replace this text with course objectives. Make sure objectives are measurable by beginning with an action verb. See  Bloom's Taxonomy of Action Verbs  for easy to use examples. These should be broad and align with individual lesson  objectives, which are more specific. Replace the samples below with ones aligning with your course activities.   Define the six levels of Bloom's taxonomy of the cognitive domain Explain the purpose of Bloom's taxonomy of the cognitive domain Write an instructional objective for each level of bloom's taxonomy Compare and contrast the cognitive and affective domains Design a classification scheme for writing educational objectives that combines the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains Judge the effectiveness of writing objectives using Bloom's taxonomy) Required Texts and/or Additional Materials (Replace text with required texts ISBN number and/or materials) Recommended Texts and/or Additional Materials
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(Same as previous) Course Scehdule DATES TOPIC/ CHAPTER READINGS, ASSIGNMENTS, ASSESSMENTS 8/23/10 1: Title . _ 2: Title 3: Title d. 4: Title d. 5: Title 6: Title 7: Title 8: Title . . Please refer to  UAB Academic Calendar  for other important due dates. Grading Activities Points/Percentage    Grade Description
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A= 90-100 % B=80-89 % C=70-79 % D=60-69 % F=0-59 % Suggested Study Methods To be successful in this course the following suggestions are made: (Replace text as needed Become familiar with the activities and due dates posted on the  Course Schedule Complete the assignments in order and on time.  Read all of the assigned material.  Participate in all class discussions. 
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course HAC 101 taught by Professor Corley during the Fall '10 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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HAC 101 Syllabus - CoursePrefix/Number:Title Semester/Year

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