Faculty Name - Sample Class 3

Green Sheet

Course Name and Number - # Units

Instructor: Your Name Here
# hours lecture/# hours lab, # additional hour to be arranged

  • Lecture: M/T/W/TH/F in room (ex. L26) time (ex. 11:30 a.m. - 1:20 p.m.)
  • Lab: M/T/W/TH/F in room (ex. L26) time (ex. 11:30 a.m. - 1:20 p.m.)
  • email: @deanza.edu (please put (edit for your class here) BIO10 in the subject box of all emails)
  • Office:
  • Office Hours: M/T/W/TH/F (ex. 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.) or by appointment
  • Phone: 408.864.xxxx

Course Description:

Include course description here.

Course Objectives:
Upon completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. List . . .
  2. Identify . . .
  3. Understand . . .
  4. Discuss. . .
  5. Name. . .

Expanded Description: Content and Form
A. List . . .
  1. . . .
  2. . . .
  • . . .
  • . . .
  • . . .
  • . . .
B. Identify . . .
  1. . . .
  2. . . .

C. Understand . . .

  1. . . .
  2. . . .

D. Discuss . . .

  1. . . .
  2. . . .

E. Name . . .

  1. . . .
  2. . . .


Methods of Evaluating Objectives:

Tests and quizzes will cover . . .

  • Laboratory (2 tests, 2 articles): 125 points
  • Best 2 out of 3 exams 200 points
  • Student Presentation
  • 1 Final Exam 100 pts
  • Attendance/participation 25pts

Total points possible xxx

  • # Extra Credit Points Available. (Not included in Total Possible Points-Extra Credit Only). See instructor for details. Extra credit must be turned in by the stated deadlines.
  • Missing a test is STRONGLY discouraged. Make ups will only be offered to students who show the instructor a doctors note or an official note from the court.

Your accumulated total points are compared to the total possible, and your letter grade is determined as follows:

Letter Grade Percentage Points Earned out of # (edit as appropriate to your grade)

Grade
% of total
Points
A+ 95-100% 475-500
A
91-94% 455-474
A
89-91% 445-454
B+ 85-89% 425-444
B
82-84% 410-424
B- 79-81% 395-409
C+ 71-78% 355-394
C
65-70% 325-354
D
55-64% 275-324
F
0-55% 0-275

Attendance:

Attendance and participation in both class and lab is required for students to be successful in this course. If an in-class assignment or quiz is missed, you will receive a zero grade for that quiz.

Attendance is taken randomly in both lab and lecture. Students who participate when present and are absent 2 times or less in the quarter AND who are not late more than 2 times (combined lab/lecture), can earn up to 25 points at the end of the quarter. No bonus points are given to students who do not meet all these criteria. Students who are absent more than 5 times may be dropped from the course.

In the spirit of community and collegiality, students are encouraged to work together in lab, form study groups and challenge each other. However, written assessments such as quizzes or exams, are considered to be the individual and independent work of the student alone.

Students who cheat on exams, quizzes or any other means of evaluation will receive an F in the course. Names of students found cheating will be forwarded to the appropriate college authorities.

  • Essential Student Materials:
  • Minimum College Facilities: fully equipped biology laboratory, videotapes, specimens and models.
  • Computer Access to instructor's Web page and the publisher's Web site is available on campus at the Science Pavilion and Open Media Lab.

Required Texts:

  • (example) Essentials of the Living World by George Johnson, McGraw Hill Publisher, 2006 2nd edition
  • ISBN: include #

Assignments

List assignments or link to your assignments page.

 

It is the student's responsibility to access these materials PRIOR to lab and bring them to each lab session.

Students who are eligible for reasonable accommodations must speak with the instructor as soon as the need for accommodation is known.

DROP POLICY: If students intend to drop this class it is the student's responsibility to formally drop the course with admissions and records by the deadline documented in the schedule of classes (available online at www.deanza.edu). Students who do not drop the course by this deadline and who stop coming to class will get an F in the course.



Contact
email Email: Faculty Name
Phone: 408.864.
Office:
Hours:
M
 2:30-3:30 p.m.
T  9:00-11:00 a.m.
W 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Department Web Site 
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Last Updated: 6/30/08