•ORQ’s are returned to students after the exam has been marked (refer to your section instructor for details). These exams have been scanned before they are returned to students. •Students’ MCQ answers and answer key are posted on Canvas (LMS) site. •The MCQs questions are NOTreturned to students, posted or reviewed in class. Students who wish to review these questions may attend an exam review session or see their section instructor I.Learning Activities 1.LaunchPad (textbook website)- Pre-Class Quizzes - 5% of gradeStudents will be required to completepre-class reading quizzes that will consist of questions related to the pre-class readings. •To obtain full marks you must answer the questions correctly and you have 2 attempts for each quiz. •The total score at the end of the term will be based on all quizzes minus the lowest scored quiz. •For example, there may be up to 10 pre-reading quizzes assigned in the term, and the 9 best scores counted for the final quiz grade. •Quizzes will open at the latest on Thursday afternoons at 1:00:00 pm and close by the start of the first class the following week. 2.In-class Activities – includes i>clicker participation and other activities - 8% of gradeImportant note:Lectures and activities may not be recorded (and/or posted) by audio, video or photographic devices without the explicit permission from the instructor. Each section and Instructor may allocate in-class activities and marks as appropriate for their classroom and are usually based on 80% participation over the term. i>Clicker participation and In-class Activities= 8% Points are awarded for participating in 80% of the questions posed in the lectures throughout the term. These points are based on participationby responding to clicker questions in the section in which you are registered. Responses to questions are not marked for correctness. Students are only permitted to use their own clicker device in class (see policy on academic misconduct in section L) All completed in-class activities are recorded for participation. Participation is interpreted as an acceptable level of effort and quality of responses but not marked for correctness. Students are expected to show their best effort. Examples where students would be given a zero grade for any one activity would be: minimal effort or students completed an activity in a section other than the one they are registered in. J. Course Goals By the end of BIOL 112, a successful student should be able to:
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5 1.Describe the general cellular machinery and regulation of the processes of replication, transcription, translation, and energy transformation. 2.Apply knowledge of the structure-function relationship to the cell’s utility of biomolecules (proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates) and organelles 3.Outline general processes and basic thermodynamic underpinning of cell’s generation of energy from sugar, and energy + reducing agents from the Calvin cycle.
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