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1 PCCUA 1 Course Name: COLLEGE ALGEBRA Course Number: MS 123 ACTS Course: MATH 1103 (transferable) Semester and Year: Fall 2015 Meeting Place: C103 Meeting Time: Tues/Thurs 11:00a12:20p Prerequisites: 19+ on ACT or C in MS1123 Credit Hours: 3 INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION: Instructor: Ms.Gookin Office Location: C108 Office Phone: ; ext Address: agookin@pccua.edu Office Hours: On webpage & office door Website: search gookin Instructor s cell: COURSE DESCRIPTION This is a modern algebra course based on a function approach with emphasis on the following: critical thinking, mathematical modeling, and appropriate use of technology. Topics covered include: polynomial, rational, absolute value, exponential, and radical functions; graphing of polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic equations; graphing and solution of inequalities; solution of systems of equations, using a variety of methods including determinants and matrices; other topics include progression, binomial theorem, partial fractions and set theory. EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES: The student will demonstrate: The ability to perform and solve basic function operations and algebraic problems using appropriate vocabulary Critical thinking to formulate decisions and problem solving based on reasoning and analysis The appropriate use of technology to supplement and enhance conceptual understanding, visualization, and inquiry The ability to synthesize information from a variety of sources to solve problems and interpret results The student will demonstrate a basic understanding of functions including: Absolute values Quadratic Polynomial Rational Logarithmic Exponential Graphing of inequalities and quadratic inequalities The student will demonstrate an understanding of the application of the following topics: Systems of equations Matrices
2 PCCUA 2 INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES & MEASURES 1. Students will demonstrate knowledge and perform various operations involved in set theory. 2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the composition and properties of the Real Number System. 3. Students will demonstrate knowledge and a basic understanding of polynomial functions (linear, quadratic, and others) by being able to perform various operations which include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, composition, solution of equations, and graphing of these functions. 4. Students will use critical thinking to formulate decisions and problem solving based on reasoning and analysis. 5. Students will be able to synthesize information from a variety of sources to solve problems and interpret results. 6. Students will demonstrate knowledge and a basic understanding, as well as techniques to solve equations of nonpolynomial functions, which include: Exponential, Radicals, Absolute Values, Rational, Logarithmic functions 7. Students will be to formulate and solve basic real world problems whose models are nonpolynomial. 8. Students will be able to solve linear, quadratic, other polynomial form, rational, radical, absolute value inequalities. 9. Students will demonstrate knowledge and a basic understanding of the Cartesian coordinate system, and will be able to identify families of graph which includes: linear, quadratic, cubic, even and odd degreed polynomials, rational, exponential and logarithmic. 10. Student will be able to solve systems of equations by several methods; those methods include determinants and matrices. 11. Students will be familiar with the set of Complex numbers, their properties and operations. 12. Students will be able to recognize arithmetic and geometric series; to be able to find means between two given terms; to find sums and the terms of a sequence. PCCUA CORE COMPETENCIES The six PCCUA core competencies are incorporated within the context of the subject being taught. The competencies address skills the College has committed to developing in all students. 1. Social and Civic Responsibility Demonstrates adherence to legal/ethical standards established by society. The rules of the class (being on time, showing respect to all others, etc.) will reinforce this. 2. Technology Utilization Uses tools of the trade to achieve a specific outcome. We will not only be using a graphing calculator, but you will be doing much work online. 3. Analytical and Critical Thinking Displays reasoning including analyzing data, evaluating alternatives, setting priorities, and predicting outcomes. Math does require you to study data, alternative ways to do a problem, and mentally check reasonable outcomes.
3 PCCUA 3 4. Communication Engages in the interactive process through which there is an exchange of verbal and/or nonverbal information. In math, not only are your questions, your insights, etc. that you verbalize important but your ability to listen to the teacher and others in class important. Group work will also require communication skills. 5. Cultural Awareness Acknowledges that society is diverse with groups of individuals possessing differing beliefs, values, attitudes, and customs that are shared from one generation to the next. In our class we will interact respectfully with others no matter their background. TEXT AND REQUIRED MATERIALS: Textbook: Algebra for College Students 8 th Edition (MyMathLab code included) Publisher: LialHornsbyMcGinnis Required material: Graphing calculator (Texas Instrument 83plus or 84plus silver recommended), *MyMathLab Code, 3ring binder and TEXTBOOK. ATTENDANCE POLICY The instructor places high value on class attendance and punctuality. If you must be absent and you know ahead of time, please inform the instructor. Students will be warned of the danger of becoming excessively absent if you miss class three times. You are excessively absent when you accumulate five absences and you will be dropped from class. Missing class three consecutive times will require a doctor s excuse to prevent my dropping you. Additionally, a tardy or earlyout will count as a half absence. If you have to leave class for few moments due to emergency you will not be given a halfabsence if you return within five minutes, but you will need to sign in the signin/signout sheet if you are tardy, earlyout or taking a 5 minute timeout. Giving a reason for leaving is optional. COURSE PARTICIPATION, EVALUATION & ASSESSMENT Class participation is important. This is one reason a high value is placed on attendance. You will be expected to discuss and answer questions over the material covered in class. Notebook Portfolio [10%] A Notebook must be maintained in a 3ring binder, and not in the same one as your textbook. It should contain notes from class, completed online homework assignments with problems arranged and numbered in an orderly fashion, and other relevant materials and handouts. (No scratch work ). Each page of the notebook should have the Section number at the top, as well as whether it is notes, classwork, or online HW. Keep all returned and graded papers in a separate (back) section of the notebook, even if it is a graded classwork. Notebooks will be periodically checked and must be turned in at midterm and at the end of the semester. Notebooks are graded on the curve. Points are given for every page of problems or notes done in the student s own handwriting. Notebook grades can be improved if you do oddnumbered problems from the book for extra practice, but all work must be shown since answers only are given in the back of the book. Notebooks are the only curved grades.
4 PCCUA 4 Online Homework [20%]  Assignments will be given on MyMathLab. Assigned problems are to be worked by the student to assure his or her proficiency in algebra. All homework done from online should be maintained in your notebook. ALWAYS try to do the homework as soon as it is presented in class, if not before. You will have one week from the time it is taught to do it without penalty, but this just allows for you to come back to class with questions before the due date, not for you to procrastinate. Homeworks not done before the test will turn to a zero. Classwork and Quizzes [20%]  Classwork that is taken up, whether it be notes, problems worked in class, or group work will fall into this category. Quizzes will be given on paper, usually in the first ten minutes of the period. Missed quizzes or classwork CANNOT be made up; however your lowest classroom grades will be dropped one for every seven that is given. Tests [30%] Tests will be announced prior to the date given. Make up exams are not allowed, but the lowest grade will be dropped, so any missed exam will count as a zero and will be the test that is dropped. These tests will be given in class, never online. Final Exam [20%] A comprehensive final will be given. Extra credit Extra credit work on each section can be done from the book and the assignments are online at under the College Algebra bar. Extra credit is given only on problems worked correctly, but your grade is always 100%. If you turn in a paper worth 25 points, this would be the same as getting 25 out of 25 on a test. These points are added into your test average for the term. Notes on Extra Credit: Use graph paper if graphs are to be drawn. Go to my homepage to get graph paper printed off if you need it. Do not loan your paper to anyone else. Plagiarism of any work is cheating; both papers will be discarded. You may work with a tutor, but never turn in the tutor s work as if it were your own. Extra credit may be turned in each day. You must do your online homework for the section before any credit will be given for extra work from the book. Only do the assigned extra credit problems for credit, but you may do others for practice. Any extra credit must be turned in before the test is given over the sections you have done work on. Show all your work. Do not write answers only unless they are that type of problem. Each extra credit problem worked correctly generally counts one point. If the problem is lengthy, it may earn more points. Going to the overhead to demonstrate a problem is worth 5 extra credit points. Grading Scale 90% 100% A 60%  69% D 80%  89% B Below 60% F 70%  79% C
5 PCCUA 5 EARLY ASSESSMENT MEASURE As soon as the first test is given, you will be assessed using that score as well as your other work in class and online. You must strive to have a 70 average by this time. INTERVENTION BASED ON EARLY ASSESSMENT OUTCOME If your average is below 70, you will be required to spend an extra hour per week in the STAR or STEM lab. You will have the proctor in the STAR or STEM lab sign a card I will give you and you will keep this card until I ask for it. This time may be spent catching up on your online work, or taking practice tests from online. You can get help on these practice tests as needed since they will not count as part of your grade, but your work must be shown on notebook paper and turned in. I will check to see how much computer time you have done. MISSED OR LATE ASSIGNMENTS AND EXAMS No test or quiz or daily work in class can be made up if missed. It will count for a zero. However, if you know ahead of time that you will be absent on a test date (for such things as court date, military duty, a relative s funeral, or hospitalization) you can take the test BEFORE those in the class take it if you let me know at least a day in advance. Additionally, if you are tardy to class and the class is still taking a quiz which I frequently give in the first ten minutes of the class period, and no one has yet turned in a paper, you may begin the quiz, but it will be taken up at the time when all papers are called for by the teacher. You will not be allowed extra time to finish. However, if papers are already being handed in, you will not be given a chance to begin the quiz. The same applies to major tests. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES Students are expected to be in class, be attentive, participate, possibly demonstrate or work homework problems on the board or overhead. Textbooks, graphing calculator, notebook and pencil must be brought to class each meeting. It is a student s responsibility to keep up with the due dates for assignments. Online homework that is late is penalized 10% and if it is not done before the test over that section, it will turn into a zero. This is the smart way to do well in this class: 1) Be in class, on time, and ready to listen. Ask questions if you don t understand. 2) Take notes, study over them, study examples from the text book. 3) Do your online homework as soon as possible after leaving class. 4) Do problems from the book. Turn even #s in as soon as possible for extra credit. 5) Study for tests by doing practice tests online. Go to STEM or STAR lab for help on those you did not understand. CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR Electronic devices, such as cell phones, ipods, ipads, and pagers, are not permitted and must be turned off and out of sight during class. Violation of these policies may result in disciplinary action. Additionally, students are not permitted to bring food or drink into classrooms or to bring children to class. Students are required to be respectful to their instructor and all classroom peers.
6 PCCUA 6 SUPPORT FOR LEARNING Students will be assessed for learning outcomes before the fourth week of classes. In this course students have several options to assist with learning course material. Math help is available from Mr. Sellers in the STAR lab or from tutors in STEM lab. Students are also welcome to see the instructor during her office hours or by appointment. ACADEMIC HONESTY POLICY Cheating on quizzes or tests, or any other forms of academic dishonesty is prohibited. The penalty for academic dishonesty in this course is a "0" for the assignment with notification of the infraction to the Dean of Instruction. A second instance of academic dishonesty will result in a failing grade for the course and may also result in disciplinary sanctions including probation or suspension from the college. Plagiarism on papers or projects submitted for credit is prohibited. Plagiarism can be defined as unintentionally or deliberately using another person s writing or ideas as though they are one s own. Plagiarism includes, but is not limited to, copying another individual s work and taking credit for it (including a tutor s work). In math, certain websites are often used to obtain answers to problems without doing the work, and this is also plagiarism. CAMPUS SUPPORT SERVICES Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas provides student support services that assist students in achieving their educational objective. Those services include advising, financial aid, counseling and guidance, and safety and security. ADA POLICY: Scott Post is the Vice Chancellor for Student Services and serves as the ADA Compliance Officer. As an open enrollment college, PCCUA strives to meet the needs of students with selfdisclosed disabilities who wish to advance their education. A student with a disability must meet with the campus Disabilities Coordinator to obtain reasonable accommodations. Students who have met with the Coordinator are more likely to experience success in a positive learning environment. If you have a disability please contact the Student Disabilities Coordinator for your campus HelenaGeorge White (870) ext FERPA POLICY Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of A student has the right to inspect and review all of his/her records that meet the definition of educational records. No third party has the right to review student records without the student s permission, with very limited exceptions. For more information contact the Registrar s Office.
7 PCCUA 7 INSURANCE Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas does not provide insurance for its students. The college does encourage each student to secure his/her own insurance, and for that reason, the college has contacted an insurance agency to assist any student with individual student insurance coverage. Forms for this insurance are available in the Registrar s office. ACTS The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) contains information about the transferability of courses within Arkansas Public Colleges and universities. Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits and the equitable treatment in the application of credits for the admission and degree requirements. Course transferability is not guaranteed for courses listed in ACTS as No Comparable Course. Additionally, courses with a D frequently do not transfer and institutional policies may vary. ACTS may be accessed on the Internet by going to the ADHE Website and selecting Course Transfer. The syllabus and the policies, guidelines, and dates included are subject to change at the instructor s discretion.
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