geog 1001 syllabus

Geog 1001 syllabus - : Spring2010 Section2:T,Th1:403:00p.m Instructor:BethanyRogers Email:broge11@tigers.lsu.edu,Phone(225)5786183

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GEOG 1001 Human Geography: Europe and the Americas Spring 2010 Section 2: T, Th 1:40-3:00 p.m.  130 Howe-Russell-Kniffen Geoscience Complex Instructor: Bethany Rogers Email:  broge11@tigers.lsu.edu ,  Phone: (225) 578-6183  Office and Office Hours: Howe-Russell-Kniffen 445, Tuesday 3:00-5:00 pm Teaching Assistant: Alex Giancarlo  Responsibilities: Email correspondence, Exam preparation and review appointments Email:  agianc1@tigers.lsu.edu ,   Phone: (225) 578-2931 Office and Office Hours: Howe-Russell-Kniffen 452,  Tuesday 3:00-4:00 pm, Thursday 12:30-1:30 PM Teaching Assistant: Cory Sills Responsibilities: Make-up exams, Moodle grade input and Moodle forums Email:  esills1@tigers.lsu.edu ,   Phone: (225) 338-6143 Office: Howe-Russell-Kniffen 446 ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ WELCOME This is an entry-level course, designed for first-year students and others with a modest  background in geography and the social sciences. There are no formal prerequisites for  Geography 1001, “Human Geography: Europe and the Americas.” All students with an interest  in gaining an understanding of our world are encouraged to join us.  The course fulfills part of the University’s General Education requirement in the social sciences  (3 of 6 semester hours). As with other social science general education courses, this course  explores The different levels of association, from friends and family, to economy and polity, even  to civilizations of global significance. The patterns by which societies organize how people relate not only to each other but to  the world around them, ranging from relations to their physical environment to relations  to the divine. The diversity of cultures, across time and space, as well as universal social  characteristics and global networks.
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The learning objectives are for students to demonstrate  1. A mastery of factual knowledge of the subject matter 2. An understanding of how people relate to each other and to the world  around  them (ranging from relations to their physical environment to the divine) 3. An understanding of the diversity of cultures across time and space as well as  universal social characteristics and global networks. In addition, this course is  part of  a two-course series. The second course, Geography 1003, “Human Geography: Africa and Asia” is offered every  semester and, though it is taught by different instructors (with necessarily different regional  specializations), it uses the same textbook.  Note:  The following procedures and schedule are subject to change by the Instructor. GENERAL HOUSEKEEPING
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Geog 1001 syllabus - : Spring2010 Section2:T,Th1:403:00p.m Instructor:BethanyRogers Email:broge11@tigers.lsu.edu,Phone(225)5786183

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