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1 Form 2A, Page 1 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE COURSE NUMBER: MAT 0028 COURSE TITLE: PREREQUISITE(S): COREQUISITE(S): STUDENT ADVISING NOTE: Elementary Algebra Appropriate score on a college placement test or completion of MAT 0018 with a grade of "C" or higher (for nonexempt students). None Effective Spring 2014, students who entered the ninth grade in a Florida public high school in the school year, or any year thereafter, and earned a standard Florida high school diploma, or students who are serving as active duty members in any branch of the United States Armed Services, will not be required to take the common placement test (P.E.R.T.) or to enroll in developmental education at any Florida College System institution, including Florida State College at Jacksonville (per Senate Bill 1720, State Board Rule 6A ). These students shall be considered exempt from common placement testing and developmental education instruction, and may accordingly enroll directly in MAT 1033 or MGF 1106 or MGF For enrollment in any collegecredit math course beyond MAT 1033 or MGF 1106 or MGF 1107, exempt students will be required to take the common placement test. CREDIT HOURS: 4 CONTACT HOURS/WEEK: 4 CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN: Lecture/Discussion: 4 Laboratory: Other: FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 4 STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE ALLOCATION: 20
2 Form 2A, Page 2 CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to help students develop the basic skills necessary for success in MAT1033, Intermediate Algebra. The course involves a variety of teaching and learning methods, including, lecture, discussion, cooperative learning, labenhanced learning, and others. The major topics in the course are real numbers and their properties, exponents and polynomials, linear equations and linear inequalities, as well as an introduction to applications, factoring, rational expressions, radicals (square roots), and graphing in two variables. This course does not apply toward the associate's degree. NUMBER OF COURSE ATTEMPTS: Florida State statute limits a student's enrollment in this course to three attempts. Unless a student officially withdraws before the drop deadline, each registration in this course will count as a semester of enrollment regardless of the grade received. Students may have only two attempts at a developmental education course at the instate tuition rate. After two attempts, students must pay the nonflorida resident tuition rate, or may qualify for another remediation option, upon faculty recommendation, that provides an alternative to traditional classroombased instruction. ATTENDANCE POLICY: Faculty is required to institute an attendance policy for all developmental education courses. Faculty has two options: 1. Students are required to attend classes and to fulfill any lab requirements. Attendance will be recorded for every scheduled class session. Students who miss the equivalent often percent of class instructional time may receive a grade of FN (Failure for Nonattendance) or F (Failure), at the instructor s discretion. OR 2. Faculty who prefer a stricter attendance policy may institute their own. Faculty teaching online will require at least two contacts per week per student. The faculty will determine the nature of the contact. The following guidelines will be used for the implementation of all these policies. They are for information and are not to be listed on the course syllabus: 3. Faculty will include an Attendance Policy on all course syllabi. 4. Faculty will keep an attendance record of all students enrolled in developmental education courses. 5. Should the student be level changed, the student s record of attendance will begin on the first day of enrollment in the new course. 6. Faculty should inform students when they are close to violating the attendance policy. 7. For purposes of the minimum policy, faculty may excuse (or not count) student absences for personal illness requiring hospitalization, death in the family (parent, spouse, children, brothers, or sisters), jury duty, or military duty. Exceptions to this rule should be handled by the faculty member on a casebycase basis with the appropriate dean of liberal arts.
3 Form 2A, Page 3 SUGGESTED MATERIALS: (BOOK WITHIN SOFTWARE) (MYMATHLAB OR MYLABS PLUS) **ONLINE ACCESS CODE ONLY Developmental Mathematics, Elayn MartinGay Beginning & Intermediate Algebra with Applications and Visualizations, third edition, Rockswold and Krieger Developmental Mathematics, eighth edition, Bittinger and Beecher IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall 2011 (20121) (Formerly MAT 0024) REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: Spring 2011 (20112) Fall Term, 2012 (20131) FYI June CC Fall Term, 2012 (20131) FYI December CC Spring Term, 2014 (20142) Proposal Fall Term 2014 (20151) Proposal
4 Form 2A, Page 4 COURSE TOPICS CONTACT HOURS PER TOPIC I. Real Numbers and Their Operations 6 A. Order of Operations B. Applications (Including Perimeter and Area) II. Exponents and Polynomials 11 C. Exponents 1. Integer Exponents 2. Rules of Exponents 3. Scientific Notation 4. Algebraic Expressions 5. Applications D. Polynomials 1. Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials 2. Multiplication of Polynomials 1. Multiplication of a monomial by a polynomial 2. Multiplication of two polynomials 3. Special cases using binomials 3. Division of Polynomials 1. Monomials by a monomial 2. Polynomials by a monomial III. Linear Equations in One Variable 11 E. Definitions F. Solving linear equations using properties of Equality G. Literal Equations (Including geometry, motion [d=rt], simple interest [i=prt]) H. Applications (Including situations such as simple interest, tax, markups/markdowns, gratuities and commission, fees, percent increase or decrease, percent error, expressing rent as a percentage of takehome pay) I. Solving equations with fractions IV. Linear Inequalities in One Variable 4 A. Definitions B. Notations C. Solving Linear Inequalities D. Graphing Linear Inequalities on the Number Line
5 Form 2A, Page 5 COURSE TOPICS (continued) CONTACT HOURS PER TOPIC V. Introduction to Polynomial Factoring 11 A. Definitions B. Factors Common to All Terms C. Factoring Binomials (difference of two squares) D. Factoring Trinomials E. Factoring by Grouping F. Solving Quadratic Equations Using Factoring VI. Introduction to Rational Expressions 10 A. Introduction to Simplification B. Multiplication and Division C. Addition and Subtraction with like Denominators D. Addition and Subtraction with unlike Denominators (monomial denominators only) E. Solving Proportions (including rates and ratios) F. Converting Units of Measurements Across Measurement Systems VII. Introduction to Square Roots 3 A. Simplification of Square Roots B. Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Square Roots C. Rationalizing Denominators of Square Roots D. Applications (including Pythagorean Theorem) VIII. Graphing Linear Equations in Two Variables 4 A. Plotting Points B. Graphing Linear Equations Using Intercepts C. Graphing Linear Equations Using SlopeIntercept Form D. Identifying Slope of a Line (from slope formula, a graph, and an equation Total Hours: 60 *TOPICS NEED NOT BE COVERED IN THE SEQUENCE LISTED. ENDOFCOURSE ASSESSMENT: At Florida State College at Jacksonville, MAT 0028 students will take a common, collegewide final exam worth a percentage of the class grade. The exam will contain questions in shortanswer format with select multiplechoice portions and will be administered through math software. Students will have two hours to complete the exam.
6 Form 2A, Page 6 Calculator Usage: MAT 0028 students will be permitted to use calculators throughout the course. Any basic function calculator or scientific calculator may be approved for use in MAT Graphing calculators are not approved for use in MAT 0028.
7 + Florida State College At Jacksonville Learning Outcomes & Assessment NOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand to accommodate your entry. Section 1 COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: MAT 0028 COURSE TITLE: Section 2 TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply) SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 4 CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 4 AA Elective AS Required Professional College Prep AS Professional Elective AAS Required Professional Technical Certificate Other PSAV Apprenticeship General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 8) Section 3 (If applicable) INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: Communications Social & Behavioral Sciences Mathematics Natural Sciences Humanities Section 4 INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: Reading Speaking Critical Analysis Writing Listening Information Literacy Quantitative Skills Ethical Judgment Scientific Method of Inquiry Working Collaboratively Section 5 STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA Critical Communication Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning Thinking Information Global Sociocultural Responsibility Literacy Section 6 LEARNING OUTCOMES Appreciate elementary algebra and gain confidence in their ability to learn and use the principles of elementary algebra, appropriately operations with sets of real numbers relating to notations, subsets and operations in sets Type of Outcome: Gen. Ed, Program, METHOD OF ASSESSMENT Accurate communication about real numbers and demonstrated proficiency to solve problems using real numbers Accurate communication about exponents and polynomials and demonstrated proficiency to solve related problems
8 Section 6 (continued) LEARNING OUTCOMES operations with real numbers relating to the number line, properties, operations, order of operations and applications operations with exponents and polynomials operations with linear equations and linear inequalities in one variable Understand and perform fundamental operations with basic introductory polynomial factoring to include solving quadratic equations using factoring operations related to rational expressions to include simplification, multiplication, division, addition and subtraction of like denominators [unlike denominators, optional], solving proportions Understand the concept of introductory square roots and linear equations in two variables using plot points and graphing linear equations Type of Outcome: Gen. Ed, Program, METHOD OF ASSESSMENT Accurate communication about real numbers and demonstrated proficiency to solve problems using real numbers Accurate communication about exponents and polynomials and demonstrated proficiency to solve related problems Accurate communication about linear equations and/or inequalities with one variable Accurate communication about polynomial factoring and demonstrated solving quadratic equations using factoring Accurate communication about rational expressions and proficiency to solve related mathematical problems Accurate communication about square roots and linear equations and proficiency to solve basic problems, plot points and graph linear equations Section 7 Name of Person Completing This Form: Jhova RenteriaAybar, Joanne Mechmech, Sarae Mathews, Adina Vintu Date:
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