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ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
3 Credit Hours
Spring Semester 2011
INSTRUCTOR: Albrecht (Al) Schwalm WORK PHONE: (605) 455-6003
LOCATION: Wounded Knee College Center E-MAIL: HYPERLINK "mailto:aschwalm@olc.edu" aschwalm@olc.edu
TIME & DAY: Tues 1 - 4 pm
OFFICE HOURS: Tues 4 - 4:30 pm
Absolutely No Cell Phones Allowed In Class
All students will be required to turn off their cell phones when class begins.
Doing work from another class will not be allowed.
Leaving the classroom before or after breaks will not be tolerated.
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course prepares students for Intermediate Algebra. Topics covered include the real number system, solving linear equations, formulas, exponents, and polynomials.
COURSE OBJECTIVES
Students leaving this course will have an excellent foundation in the basics of algebra with an emphasis on solving word problems. Their skills will enable them to move forward in their math education at Oglala Lakota College or any other institution of higher learning.
PREREQUISITE
Math 103 Elementary Algebra with a grade of C or better, or a score of 80% or better on the Departmental Math 103 Test-out.
REQUIRED TEXT
Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. Larson & Hostetler, Fifth Edition.
READING LEVEL
Students will be expected to read all sections covered in lectures before coming to class. The reading level of the text is Grade 10 as computed using the Fry Readability Index.
REQUIRED MATERIALS
Scientific calculator, graphing paper, ruler, and pencils and a 3-ring binder for the portfolio.
WRITING EXPECTATIONS
Exams, quizzes, and assignments will contain application problems. All application problems require a well structured written sentence(s) for each application problem. Units must be correctly stated in the sentences.
ATTENDANCE PROCEDURE (OLC Policy)
Students are required to attend classes regularly. Instructors will submit attendance on-line weekly to the end of the semester.
If a student wishes to be excused from a class, it is the student's responsibility to clear the absence with the instructor. At that time the student must arrange for a make-up assignment. However, an excused absence is the same as an absence until the student has completed work equivalent to being in class. Once the make up assignment is completed, the instructor will then change the absent to present.
A student may be dropped from a course after six consecutive absences (three weeks = 12 class hours) and will be dropped by the Registrar after 10 total absences (20 class hours).
There are NO reinstatements and NO exceptions for students who are dropped for five absences.
This class meets twice a week for a total of four (4) hours. The student is required to attend every class.
The Oglala Lakota College attendance policy states: A student may be dropped from a course after three consecutive absences and will be dropped by the Registrar after five total absences.
Note: This instructor calculates absences to the nearest half hour.
Twenty (20) hours is equivalent to 5 absences.
Note: One days absence will be submitted on the day a total of 4 hours has been accumulated due to coming in late, taking breaks longer than the allotted time, leaving class early, etc.
If for some reason a student decides to drop this class, it is the students responsibility to fill out and submit a drop card to the center staff or registrar. Failure to follow this procedure will result in a final grade of F at the end of the semester.
Note: This instructor will not submit a drop card (do the paper work) for any student after the second week.
If a student misses a class, it is the students responsibility to get the notes and assignment(s) covered on the day of the absence.
It must be noted that any student who misses even three (3) or four (4) classes will find it difficult to achieve success in this course.
TARDINESS (OLC Policy)
In formulating this policy it is understood that unique problems exist for both students and faculty due to the decentralized nature of OLC. Since classes meet only twice per week, it is important that they be held even if they begin late.
Generally speaking, if an instructor is going to be late getting to a college center for a class, the center staff should always be notified. The following policy applies to cases where this has not been done:
A student shall be considered tardy for class, if he/she arrives late for class, but during the first hour of the class. A student arriving later than this, may be marked absent. This policy will not interfere with the instructor's prerogative to grade for class participation.
If an instructor is late for a class, students must wait for one-half hour. After this time, the class will be considered cancelled for that week and must be made up.
In the event that no students appear for class at the scheduled starting time, the instructor should wait at least one-half hour before deciding to cancel the class.
All missed classes must be made up.
Please make sure that you sign in on the attendance sheet. I will take a roll call at the beginning of the class. If you are late or you leave the class early, I will add up the time you missed. 100 missed minutes make up one wholly missed class period.
STUDENT PORTFOLIOS
All students will maintain a portfolio in a 3-ring binder. The portfolio will contain the syllabus, exams, quizzes, homework assignments, in-class worksheet sets, and any notes made by the student. Portfolios will be reviewed by the instructor at various times throughout the semester to help the student build a presentable portfolio. The portfolio will be submitted to the instructor for grading at the beginning of the last lecture (before the final comprehensive exam is taken). Portfolio grading will be based on completeness and will be worth up to 100 points.
WRITTEN EXAMS /QUIZZES:
1. There will be 13weekly quizzes (see the weekly schedule below).
Weekly quizzes will be given immediately after the first 5 minutes of a question/answer session at the beginning of class. Each of the graded quizzes will be worth a maximum of 10 points.
Missed Quizzes cannot be made up; therefore, the 3 lowest quiz scores will be dropped.
2. There will be three (3) End-of-Chapter Exams that are given after we finish a chapter in the textbook (see schedule below). Each exam is worth up to 100 points.
3. Should a student miss an exam, the student must make up the exam before the next class session or forfeit 100 possible points (see my office hours).
4. There will be a Comprehensive Final Exam. The Final Exam is graded according to the Evaluation Criteria set by the Math/Science Department (see below under Evaluation). Any student who does not take the Final Exam will receive a Final Grade of F.
ASSIGNMENTS
Be prepared to spend approximately 2 to 3 hours of study time for each hour spent in class. This means 8 to 12 hours of study time per week aside from the lecture!
There will be tree (3) graded Homework Assignments that are due at the times indicated in the schedule (see below). Each Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments have to be complete to receive the full points. The instructor may grade the full assignment or a number randomly selected problems.
Points for each assignment will be determined based on the completeness and solving the assigned problems correctly.
Students who complete assignment(s) by due dates will be prepared for a quiz or exam.
Late assignments will not be considered for points if submitted after the chapter exam has been taken but must be placed in the portfolio.
Any student who misses a class for any reason is still responsible for completing the assignments by the given due date.
There will be eight (8) Worksheet Sets.
Worksheets Sets have to be worked on in class.
If a student cannot complete the worksheet set in class or misses class, the worksheet set has to be completed at home by the student.
All completed worksheets have to be attached to your portfolio.
EVALUATION
In order to insure that students have obtained the basic knowledge and mathematics skills taught in Intermediate Algebra as outlined in the course syllabus, and to insure students are minimally prepared to advance to the next math sequence class, a minimum grade of 60% is required on the Departmental Final Exam in order to pass this course with a grade of D or better.
Criteria the Math/Science Department has established for this course.
a. For students scoring 70 100% on the Comprehensive Final Exam: The student will receive a grade of C, B, or A based on the students performance in class as determined by the instructor.
b. For students scoring 60 - 69% on the Comprehensive Final Exam: The student will receive a grade of D or C based on the students performance in class as determined by the instructor.
c. For students scoring below 60% on the Comprehensive Final Exam: The student must repeat the course or withdraw to avoid a failing grade. Students will also have the opportunity to test-out of Math 103 at a later date. Keep in mind the test-out requires 80% proficiency.
The criteria was established by the Math/Science Department to ensure the student has achieved mastery of basic concepts at the intermediate algebra level and the student has a reasonable chance to succeed at the next level (College Algebra).
All students are required to take the Departmental Comprehensive Final Exam.
Any student who does not take the Comprehensive Final Exam will receive a Final Grade of F.
GRADING CRITERIA
Three (3) End-of Chapter Exams @ max. 100 pts. each 300 pts.
Twenty (20) Weekly Quizzes @ max. 5 pts. each 100 pts.
Three (3) Homework Assignments @ max. 100 pts. each 300 pts.
Eight (8) In-Class Worksheets @ max. 25 pts. each 200 pts.
Portfolio (Final Review) 100 pts.
Maximum Total Points: 1,000 pts.
If you pass the Final Exam (see above under Evaluation) with 70% or higher, the following grade scale applies:
A = 850 1000 points
B = 700 850 points
C = 0 700 points
If you pass the Final Exam (see above under Evaluation) with 60 - 69%, the following grade scale applies:
C = 750 1000 points
D = 0 750 points
If you fail the Final Exam (below 60%; see above under Evaluation), the following grade scale applies:
Grade of F (Any points earned in class do not count)
* Academic dishonesty will result in a final grade of F *
SUGGESTIONS TO THE STUDENT
Attend class and do all assigned problems. The main key to learning math (algebra) is practice. It is common to struggle with many of the problems. What is not acceptable is giving up. I and your fellow classmates, will be available to help you.
DISCLAIMER
Information contained in this syllabus was, to the best knowledge of the instructor, considered correct and complete when distributed for use at the beginning of the semester. However, this syllabus should not be considered a contract between Oglala Lakota College and any student. The instructor reserves the right to make changes in course content or instructional technique without notice or obligation.
If you have a disability and are in need of assistance to successfully complete this class please contact the OLC Coordinator of Support Services, at 455-6040.
Tentative CLASS SCHEDULE on next page.
Tentative CLASS SCHEDULE:
Week1Tues, Jan25
Introduction; Chapter 1, Worksheet Set #1Week 2Tues, Feb 1
Quiz 1; Chapter 1 continued; Last week to Drop 100%Week 3Tues, Feb 8
Quiz 2; Chapter 1 continued; End-of-Chapter 1 ExamWeek 4Tues, Feb 15
Quiz 3; Chapter 2 Section 2.1, 2.2; Worksheet Set #2; Homework Assignment #1 is dueWeek 5Tues, Feb 22
Quiz 4; Chapter 2 Section 2.3, 2.4; Worksheet Set #3;Week 6Tues, Mar 1
Quiz 5; Review of Chapter 2, End-of-Chapter 2 ExamWeek 7Tues, Mar 8
Quiz 6; Chapter 3 Section 3.1, 3.2; Worksheet Set #4; Homework Assignment #2 is dueWeek 8Tues, Mar 15
Quiz 7; Chapter 3 Section 3.3, 3.4; Worksheet Set #5Week 9Tues, Mar 22
Quiz 8; Chapter 3 Section 3.5; Worksheet Set #6,Week 10Tues, Mar 29
Quiz 9; Chapter 3 Section 3.6; Worksheet #6,Week 11Tues, Apr 5
Quiz 10; Chapter 3 Section 3.7; Worksheet Set #7Week 12Tues, Apr 12
Quiz 11; Review of Chapter 3; End-of-Chapter 3 ExamSpring BreakTues, Apr 19
Spring BreakWeek 13Tues, Apr 26
Quiz 12; Mock Comprehensive Final Exam Week 14Tues, May 3
Quiz 13; Review of Chapters 1-3; Homework Assignment #3 is dueWeek 15Tues, May 10
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