(168386865) SyllabusREL212Spring2014.pdf

5 analyze the connection between early christian

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5) Analyze the connection between early Christian beliefs and the world in which they developed. 6) Compare New Testament writings with other 1 st century writings not included in the canon. 7) Demonstrate analytical and exegetical skills through formal and informal writing assignments. 8) Apply vocabulary terms used within biblical scholarship to describe its particular academic insights. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Grading Policy Grading Scale Grade Requirement A 90 – 100 B 80 – 89 C 70 – 79 D 60 – 69 F Below 60 P a g e | 2
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Evaluation of Performance Please read all of the course policies and procedures that follow the college policies and procedures. 5 Unit Exams 500 points Group Project – Pauline Epistle 100 points Character Biography 100 points Passion Narrative 100 points 2 sets of Self-Study Assignments 200 points (100 points each) 2 sets of Weekly Reading Quizzes 200 points (100 points each) 1200 total points, lowest 2 100 grades to be dropped, final grade based on 1000 points divided by 10 per the college grading scale. Policies and Information Quality of Instruction Statement The GTCC faculty members are committed to providing quality instruction. If there is a concern about the instruction provided, treatment of an individual or a group of students, or professional conduct of instructors, first see the instructor, then the department chair, and then the division chair. The description of Students' Rights and Responsibilities can be found in the current Student Handbook/Calendar. GTCC courses reflect essential employment skills and general education core competencies. To learn more about these skills and competencies, please visit the GTCC web site. Department: English and Humanities Chair: Dr. Joann Buck Office: DH304B Division: Arts and Sciences Chair: Dr. Connie Carrol Office: DH 210 ADA Statement If you have a disability that may affect your academic performance and are seeking accommodations, it is your responsibility to inform disability Access Services, Davis Hall room 107, ext. 50157 as soon as possible. It is important to request accommodations early enough to give the disabilities staff adequate time to consider your request and recommend reasonable accommodations. Instructors will provide necessary accommodations based on the recommendations of the disabilities staff. Email Response Time and IM Policy The preferred method of communication in this class is via email . I will respond to all emails within 72 working day hours (3 working days), and I generally respond the same day. If you IM me via BlackBoard I will generally be happy to engage you then and there. Sometimes due to the demands of my day job I may not be able to engage with you right at that moment, and I reserve the right to ask you to email me your question. P a g e | 3
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