Syllabus 2011

Syllabus 2011 - 1Economics 110, BYU, Section 003, Fall 2011...

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1 Economics 110, BYU, Section 003 , Fall 2011 Professor: C. Arden Pope (142 FOB or 990D SWKT, Ex. 2-2157) Lectures: 8:00-8:50 am MWF 250 SWKT; Lab: B090 JFSB. Text: Mankiw NG. Principles of Economics. 6 th ed. South-Western, 2012. Supp. Reading: Buchholz, Todd. New Ideas From Dead Economists . Plume, 1990. Grading: 1 st Midterm Exam 25% 2 nd Midterm Exam 25% Final Exam 30% Book Report 7% In-class Quizzes and Assignments 13% Total 100% Additional Information: 1. More information on Teaching Assistants; Lab hours; Review sessions; assignment due dates and protocols will be provided near the beginning of the semester. 2. Book report: A requirement for this class is to read and report on Buchholz’s book, New Ideas From Dead Economists . You are required to write a two-page (double spaced) report on this book. The report will have a title, your name, a statement indicating that, “I have read, not skimmed, percent of the Buchholz book,” and two pages of text. This report will be graded and factored into your grade. 3. Quizzes: Quizzes will regularly be given in class, usually at the beginning of class, but sometimes at the end of class. These quizzes will be graded and factored into your grade. Your two lowest quizzes will be dropped. There will be no makeup quizzes. 4. Homework: Homework assignments will be graded and factored into your grade. You can turn the assignments in early, but not late. There are no makeup assignments. You will be held responsible for lost or misplaced assignments, so you may want to consider always having a backup copy. Assignments will be due on the day indicated in the syllabus, and can be turned in in class, or you can turn it in by 5 pm in the appropriate folder in the Lab, located in B090 of the JFSB. Late work will not be accepted. You may do homework by yourself, or in groups. Working in groups can be very effective, and is encouraged. Please limit groups to 4 students or less. If you work in a group, you may turn in one assignment with all of your names on it. 5.
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Syllabus 2011 - 1Economics 110, BYU, Section 003, Fall 2011...

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