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Students who want or need to drop this class must do so at the Registrar’s office, those who do not drop a class and who stop attending for whatever reason must receive a grade of “ F” according to University policy unless they withdraw officially. Attendance and thus Participation in class is included in the participation grade. Lectures may be taped only by permission of the professor. All work submitted should be typed, except in class examinations. Students with special needs: If you have a documented disability that will impact your work in this class, please contact me to discuss your needs. Additionally, you will need to register with the Counseling and Disability Services Office in Crooker Center. I am pleased to be of assistance in accommodating a student’s needs as indicated.
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GRADE EQUIVALENTS FOR DR. WILLIAMES 100-93A, 92-90 A-, 89-87 B+, 86-83 B, 82-80 B-, 79-77 C+, 76-73C, 72-70C- 69-67 D+, 66-60 D, 59 & below F RECORD YOUR PROGRESS IN THE COURSE TOWARD YOUR FINAL GRADE Student points possible List Your Own Scores Paper 100 points Test I 100 points Test II 100 points Document analysis 100 points Final (Test 3) 100 points Quizzes Only if deemed necessary Total 500 points Participation: extra credit points, also can include attendance Total possible Points 600____ . Extra credit points can’t be used to earn any form of A level grade HISTORY 1336 WORLD COMMUNITY II GOAL Prof. Lee J. Williames, Ph.D. Students will demonstrate a sense of historical perspective, realizing there are stages or cycles of change and reaction in the development of modern history. (Professors evaluation of selected exercises assessment : answer exam, quiz & discussion questions) That students will gain a sense of the geopolitical, economic, and social forces which influence the development of Modern history. (assessment Professors evaluation: answers to exam, quiz, & discussion questions) That the students will have a sense of the facts of history and concepts in various movements in modern history since the end of the 17th Century as stressed in the course outline. (assessment Professors evaluation: answers to exam, quiz & discussion questions) That students will gain an understanding of the forces which shaped history in the last 300 years in the evolution of the West to global preeminence, then the decline of empire and a broader sense of the search for self determination. The focus will be on the movements emerging in the West and at times in reaction to the West and then evolving globally such as: individual rights, self determination, industrialization, the evolution of global war (WWI, WWII, Cold War), wars of revolution, the advent of the “Isms”(nationalism, Imperialism, totalitarianism) decolonization and national liberation, and the collapse of Western empires. (assessment Professors evaluation: answers to exam, quiz, discussion questions, research papers & essays) That students will realize that while large forces shape modern history individuals also shape history. Students will also research leaders noting their findings about the individual’s contribution in shaping history.
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