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tical methods and to promote cooperative learning. Completing the worksheets in groups will allow you to discuss ideas and problems with other students. Your worksheet grade will reflect both your own work and the work of your group. *** Make-up worksheets will not be given for any reason . Tests : There will be 2 evening tests during the semester given in NULH and Urey lecture halls. Test Date Time Test #1 Thursday, September 25th 6:00-7:30pm Test #2 Thursday, October 30th 6:00-7:30pm You must take the test in your assigned location and time. More will be said about the exams at a later 3
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date. If you cannot make it to an exam, you must let us know BEFORE the exam is given. No make-up exams will be given without a documentable reason for missing the exam. Final exam : The final exam will emphasize later material but will also cover some of the key elements from earlier chapters. The final exam places and times will be announced in lecture, but are tentatively planned for 6:00-8:00pm on Thursday, December 11 in the North Underground and Urey lecture halls. In any case, please plan on taking the final exam on Thursday evening of finals week. Study Advice : COME TO CLASS! STUDY THE NOTES! BE AN ACTIVE LEARNER! Read through the notes to be covered before coming to class and review them after class. Either print the notes from Moodle or purchase a course pack from the bookstore. This will reduce the volume of notes you will need to take in class and you will get more out of the lecture. Read the textbook to solidify your understanding of the topics introduced during lecture. Doing your homework as well as the additional recommended problems conscientiously will greatly increase your chance of success in this class. There will be STUDY JAM sessions held most Monday and Wednesday evenings in the U.C. commons (6:30pm-9:00pm). **Plan to spend 2 hours outside of class for each hour of class** Adding/Dropping the Course : The last day to add using CyberBear is Wednesday, Septemter 3. Octo- ber 27 is the deadline for students to drop/add a course or change their grading option. See the registrar’s office or visit http://www.umt.edu/registrar/students/dropadd.aspx to find relevant add/drop dates. We will not recommend approval of late drops except in EXTREME circumstances (see the UM catalog). Students with disabilities : Students with disabilities may request reasonable modifications by contacting me (Mickey Smith). The University of Montana assures equal access to instruction through collaboration be- tween students with disabilities, instructors, and Disability Services for Students (DSS). “Reasonable” means the University permits no fundamental alterations of academic standards or retroactive modifications. For more information, please consult http://www.umt.edu/disability. Academic Misconduct : All students must practice academic honesty. Academic misconduct is subject to an academic penalty by the course instructor and/or a disciplinary sanction by the University. This includes, but is not limited to, copying answers on homework assignments, using someone else’s clicker or giving your clicker to someone else to use for you, cheating on exams, and any type of dishonesty in your work.
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