The first two tests will be taken online with a firm

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The first two tests will be taken online, with a firm due date and a limited amount of time to complete the test once it has been initiated. The final exam must be taken at a proctored location (details later in the syllabus). Quizzes: Each week, you will take a 10-question quiz that relates to content from the assigned readings and Power Point lecture for that week. You may not re-take the quizzes, so be sure that you have thoroughly reviewed the materials prior to starting each quiz. Your lowest 2 quiz grades will be dropped. Quizzes will be due by 11:59pm each Sunday, with the exception of the week of the final exam, when no quiz will be assigned.
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Discussion board posting sets: You are required to post an initial discussion board posting and response posting each week on Canvas over the course of the semester, with the exception of the week of the final exam. Your lowest 2 discussion posting sets will be dropped. With the exception of the first week’s introductory posting, t he weekly postings will relate to the Annual Editions article assigned for that week. There are two required components for each posting set. A) Your initial posting (due by 11:59pm each Thursday) must contain at least 300 words of additional text critically analyzing some issue related to the Annual Editions reading. It must also use correct grammar, punctuation, spelling, and complete sentences or you will lose points. In this text, you should react analytically to some portion(s) of the reading (not be a
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