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3 Palomar College is dedicated to serving the needs of a wide variety of students by offering many alternative learning opportunities. One is the Hybrid Course offered through the Mathematics Center. The Mathematics Center offers Pre-algebra, Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, and College Algebra in a Hybrid format. The Hybrid format offers students the opportunity to complete a mathematics course in less than one semester or to finish two courses in a semester. Location Room MC-1 Telephone (760) , Ext Web Page Center Hours www2.palomar.edu/math/mlc/ Monday Thursday 8:00 am 8:00 pm Friday 8:00 am 2:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am 12:00 pm Sunday Closed Math Center Staff Phone Number Director: Fari Towfiq Tutoring Center Coordinator: Annie Lee Instructional Assistant: Maryam Aghanasir Jayson Wiestling (760) , ext.2716 (760) , ext.2728 (760) , ext.2729 Drop Dates: August 20, 2018 September 4, 2018 (With no notation on record) September 5, 2018 October 12, 2018 (With W ) Audit/Pass/No Pass: Deadline for Audit or Pass/No Pass is September 27, 2018
4 1) Lessons are presented on the computer. An instructor and tutors are available at any time in the Mathematics Center for assistance. In addition to instructors and tutors, students have access to online tutoring 24/7. NOTE: a. Supplementary material, such as computer lessons/drill and practice, for many topics is easily accessible. b. Digital videos of the lessons are available to students. 2) Each student is responsible to attend a designated number of hours per week in the Mathematics Center: Math 60 students 4 hours and 35 minutes per week. These designated hours should be comprised of: a. Watching math digital videos b. Viewing the multimedia e-text c. Doing Homework assignments d. Asking tutors and/or instructor questions e. Taking online tests f. Taking/reviewing written exams 3) In addition to the above, students are expected to study outside of the Math Center about 8 hours per week. Online tutoring is available for students 24/7. 4) Students may accomplish the goals of each chapter on or before the deadlines. 5) Students must do assigned homework; take 5 online tests, 5 written exams, and a final exam to earn a grade in Hybrid Math 60 course. NOTE: A schedule of homework assignments and exams are given. If a student falls behind the exam schedule, he/she could be dropped from the course. Self-Motivation If a student is not self-motivated he/she is likely to fall behind in this class. Self-Discipline A student should watch assigned digital videos, read e-text, and do assigned homework to get ready for the online tests and written exams. Good Time-Management Skills Student should make a schedule for him/herself and follow the attendance, homework, and test schedules. Good Reading Skills He/She needs to be able to follow instructions which appear on the computer screen and in the e-text. Students should read the assigned sections from the e-book.
5 Instructor: Professor Fari Towfiq - Director Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to: 1. Formulate algebraic models to represent relations from tables, graphs, and problem situations. 2. Investigate and compare multiple representations of a function. 3. Analyze linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic functions from graphic, numeric, and symbolic perspectives. 4. Analyze and solve linear and nonlinear systems of equations and inequalities from graphic, numeric, and symbolic perspectives. 5. Solve application problems involving linear, quadratic, exponential, and rational relationships and interpret the solutions. 6. Identify and apply principles of algebraic manipulation necessary to rewrite expressions and equations in alternate forms. 7. Apply critical thinking and mathematical reasoning skills necessary in algebraic problem solving and related areas of endeavor. Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs): 1. Applications of Functions: Determine and implement an appropriate method of solutions for a variety of problems involving contemporary applications of Linear, Quadratic, Exponential, Logarithmic, and Rational Functions. Such applications include, but are not limited to Bacterial Growth, Exponential Decay, Earthquakes, Compound & Simple Interest 2. Graphing and Problem Solving: Graph Linear, Quadratic, Exponential, and Logarithmic Functions Required Textbook: Lial Intermediate Algebra 11e Access Code, Pearson/Addison-Wesley. ISBN: (e-book included/ INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA, 11 th Edition, Lial/Hornsby/McGinnis) Attendance: After registering for this class, be sure to log-in and out (using Palomar ID number) each time you attend the Math Center. Since Math 60 is a 4-unit course, it is essential that you budget minimum of 4 hours and 35 minutes per week in the Math Center for a total of 72 hours for the semester. However, if you finish the course material in less than 72 hours, the attendance requirement will be waived for the remainder of the semester. If you are taking this class under the assumption that you do not need to attend the Math Center except for exams, this is wrong, and you could be dropped for non-attendance. If you decide to withdraw from the course, be sure to drop the class on e-services. Do not expect the Math Center Director to automatically drop you from the course. If for some compelling reason you are absent, please inform the Math Center Director. Otherwise, you could be dropped for non-attendance. You may also receive attendance credit for working on course materials in MyMathLab at either Academic Technology Lab, TLC/Escondido Center, or Camp Pendleton Computer Lab. All written exams must be taken at the Math Center on San Marcos Campus. Note: Study time should not be limited to your Math Center hours. You are expected to study outside of the Math Center. Online tutoring is available to you 24/7 in case you need any help.
6 Grading Procedures: The course grade will be based on the following: Homework Online Tests Written Exams # 1 Chapters 1 & 2 2% 2% 12% Written Final Exam # 2 Chapters 3 & 4 2% 2% 12% # 3 Chapters 5, 6, & 7 2% 2% 12% Chapters 1-11 # 4 Chapters 8 & 9 2% 2% 12% # 5 Chapters 10 & 11 2% 2% 12% Total 10% 10% 60% 20% 100% Homework Assignments: 5 assignment sets, 10% of the total grade. Online Tests: 5 online tests, 10% of the total grade. Written Exams: 5 exams, 60% of the total grade. Final Exam: 20% of the total grade. Note: The Final Exam is comprehensive and mandatory. Note: If you do not do your Homework assignment, take a written exam or online test, you will receive a grade of zero (0) for that Homework assignment, written exam or online test. Letter Grade will be assigned as follows: A 90% - 100% B 80% - 89% C 70% - 79% D 60% - 69% F 0% - 59% Exam Chapters Homework Assignment Online Test Written Exam Retake Exam Deadline Latest Starting Date * Deadline Deadline #1 1 & 2 09/03/ /04/ /06/ /13/2018 #2 3 & 4 09/23/ /24/ /26/ /03/2018 #3 5, 6, & 7 10/14/ /15/ /17/ /24/2018 #4 8 & 9 11/04/ /05/ /07/ /14/2018 #5 10 & 11 11/27/ /28/ /29/ /06/2018 Final Exam 1-11 Wednesday, 12/12/2018 * You can take each online test as many times as you wish. The highest score will count toward your grade. The online tests are very similar to the written exams. If you receive a score of 80 or better on the online test, you are ready to take the actual written exam. Otherwise, it is recommended that you review the material again before you take the actual written exam. www2.palomar.edu/math/mlc/
7 Aug 20 Aug 26 Sections 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 Aug 27 Sept 2 Sections 1.4, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 Sept 3 Sept 9 Complete Homework Assignment # 1 Take Online Test # 1 (If you need, take it several times) Review and take Written Exam # 1 Sections 3.1 Homework # 1, Sept 3, 2018 Online Test # 1, Sept 4, 2018 Written Exam # 1, Sept 6, 2018 Sept 10 Sept 16 Sections 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5 Retake Exam # 1, Sept 13, 2018 Sept 17 Sept 23 Sept 24 Sept 30 Section 3.6, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 Complete Homework Assignment # 2 Take Online Test # 2 (If you need, take it several times) Review and take Written Exam # 2 Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 Homework # 2, Sept 23, 2018 Online Test # 2, Sept 24, 2018 Written Exam # 2, Sept 26, 2018 Oct 1 Oct 7 Sections 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4 Retake Exam # 2, Oct 3, 2018 Oct 8 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 21 Sections 6.5, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6 Complete Homework Assignment # 3 Take Online Test # 3 (If you need, take it several times) Review and take Written Exam # 3 Sections 8.1, 8.2 Homework # 3, Oct 14, 2018 Online Test # 3, Oct 15, 2018 Written Exam # 3, Oct 17, 2018 Oct 22 Oct 28 Sections 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7, 9.1 Retake Exam # 3, Oct 24, 2018 Oct 29 Nov 4 Nov 5 Nov 11 Sections 9.2, 9.3, 9.4, 9.5, 9.6, 9.7 Complete Homework Assignment # 4 Take Online Test # 4 (If you need, take it several times) Review and take Written Exam # 4 Sections 10.1, 10.2, 10.3 Homework # 4, Nov 4, 2018 Online Test # 4, Nov 5, 2018 Written Exam # 4, Nov 7, 2018 Nov 12 Nov 18 Sections 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 11.1, 11.2, 11.3 Retake Exam # 4, Nov 14, 2018 Nov 26 Dec 2 Dec 3 Dec 9 Dec 10 Dec 12 Section 11.4 Complete Homework Assignment # 5 Take Online Test # 5 (If you need, take it several times) Review and take Written Exam # 5 Review for Final Exam Take online Practice Test Review for Final Exam Take Final Exam Homework # 5, Nov 27, 2018 Online Test # 5, Nov 28, 2018 Written Exam # 5, Nov 29, 2018 Retake Exam # 5, Dec 6, 2018 Final Exam, Dec 12, 2018
8 1. If you have the Title Specific MyMathLab Access Code, go to and click on the Register button for students and follow the on-screen instructions (See page 2, Student Registration Instructions). The Instructor Course ID is towfiq You will set up your account as part of the registration process. 2. You can either access MyMathLab here in the Math Center, or in the other computer labs at Palomar, or at home. 3. The e-book is available on MyMathLab. 4. Video lectures are available in MyMathLab. a. Click on e-book tab in your MyMathLab. b. Click on the chapter pertaining to the online test and written exam that you are currently preparing for. c. Click on the appropriate section. d. Watch the section lecture video. e. View the etext. f. Do the Homework at the end of each section by clicking on the Homework tab in your MyMathLab. Note: Homework is 10% of your final grade. Each homework set is due one day before the corresponding online test. Homework problems will prepare you for both the online tests and written exams. Note: If you need to practice more, work on your study plan or exercises in your e-book at the end of each section. Otherwise, just move on to the next section. Note: Study plan is not part of your grade. g. If you have any questions, please ask the tutors or instructors. If you are not at the Math Center, please contact one of the online tutors. Note: Online tutoring is available 24/7. See the instruction on how to contact an online tutor by clicking on Online Tutor Tab in MyMathLab. h. Continue steps a through g until you finish all the sections in the chapters pertaining to the exam you are currently preparing for. i. Go to Online Tests in MyMathLab. Take the online test that you prepared for. Online tests are worth 10% of your total grade. Note: You can take each online test as many times as you wish. The highest score will count toward your grade. You can review each online test by clicking on Gradebook Tab in MyMathLab. j. If you receive a score of 80 or better on the online test, you are ready to take the actual written exam. Otherwise, it is recommended that you review the material again before you take actual written exam. Note: Since you can retake your online tests as many times as you want, I would suggest trying to get 100% on your online tests. k. Continue steps a through j to prepare for the next online test and written exam. Note: If you do not do well on a written exam, make sure that you review your written exam with the instructor, or the instructional assistant, and then take it as a retake for a maximum score of 90.
9 Written Exam Procedures: Ask for the exam at the front counter. You must show your valid photo I.D. in order to take an exam. No notes or books are allowed while taking an exam. No cell phones or other electronic devices are allowed while taking an exam in the testing room. A scientific calculator is required. (No graphing calculator is allowed for any exam.) Each exam contains 20 questions. Final Exam contains 30 questions. Each question on the exam is worth 5 points. Allow yourself at least two hour for each exam and three hours for the Final Exam. You must complete your exam in one sitting, but there is no time limit. Note: Test must be completed by Math Center closing time. Follow the given schedule in order to complete your course successfully. Note: For each written exam you have one day of grace period. Show all your work on the provided answer sheet. Write neatly and clearly. Partial credit may be earned. If you have any questions while taking an exam, you may ask the instructor on duty or Instructional Support Assistant (Grader) only. You may not use your own scratch paper in the testing area; scratch paper will be provided upon request. Scratch paper will not be graded. Show your work in the appropriate space on the answer sheet. The exam, answer sheets, and scratch papers must be returned to the front counter upon completing the exam. Any attempt to remove exams, answer sheets, or scratch papers used with the exam is considered academic dishonesty and will be handled with accordingly. You may retake each exam once (except the Final Exam). The highest score you can receive on a retake is 90. How to Keep Track of Your Attendance Hours: Each time you come to the Math Center, you will log into one of the two computers located by the doors. You will enter your student ID, click the box for your class, and then click select. When you leave the center, you will log out using the same process. When you have completed logging out, the computer will display the total number of hours you have attended for the semester. If you attend the TLC at Escondido Center, your hours will not show up at the computer at the Math Center. However, the Math Center Director will have access to both attendance information and will know if you have been completing your hours. If you have any trouble completing your hours, please contact the Director by or phone ( x2716).
10 Test Results/Review: Drop Policies: General Policies: The results of your exam will be ready in 3 working days. Your score will be posted in MyMathLab (under the Gradebook tab). You must show your valid photo I.D. to see your exam. Review your exam in the testing room only. IMPORTANT: Graded exams cannot be removed from the Math Center. Taking your exams from the Math Center will result in a grade of F for each exam removed. Do not make any marks on the graded exam. Scratch paper will be provided. Do not use your own paper. If you have any questions on the grading of your exam, please contact the Math Center Director. Any change in grade has to be authorized by the Math Center Director. Once your review is done, return the exam and all the papers pertaining to your exam to the front counter. Exam results will not be given over the telephone or by . You could be dropped for non-attendance. You could be dropped for not taking online and/or written exams. Note: If for some compelling reason you cannot complete your required hours or you cannot take your exams on time, you need to notify Professor Towfiq, Math Center Director, as soon as possible. Note: If you know that you will miss part of your required hours, or you cannot take your exam on the scheduled day, please make them up in advance. When requesting services in the Math Center, please submit your valid photo I.D.. Please do not bring children to the Math Center. Please do not bring pets to the Math Center. While in the Math Center, keep your cell phones in the OFF/STUNT mode, do not engage in unnecessary conversations, and do not use the computers for uses not related to your Math class. If you receive a phone call, please step out of the Math Center before answering it. Americans with Disabilities Act: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Palomar Community College District will provide reasonable accommodation whenever possible to facilitate access to and participation in its services, programs, facilities and activities. If you need any such accommodation, let the Director, the instructor on duty, or the Tutoring Center Coordinator know immediately. Academic Integrity Code of Conduct: Academic Integrity is a code of conduct for students that requires honest and ethical academic endeavor. If a student is found cheating on an exam, he/she will receive a grade of F for that exam; and the exam cannot be repeated.
11 Incomplete Grade: For incomplete grade you must see the Math Center Director. The incomplete grade I may be assigned for unforeseeable, emergency, and justifiable reason. You must have completed 60% to 70% of the course material with an average of 70% or better.
12 ADDITIONAL RESOURCES The Academic Technology Lab (located on the bottom floor of the Library), the Palomar College Escondido Educational Center, North and South Educational Center Teaching and Learning Center (TLC), and the Camp Pendleton Computer Lab (located at the Joint Education Center), have computers available for your use. You may do all or part of your studying at these locations. However, you must take your exams at the Mathematics Center on the main campus (San Marcos). ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY LAB (bottom floor of Library) , ext ESCONDIDO EDUCATIONAL CENTER Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) Check the following website for tutoring schedule: NORTH EDUCATIONAL CENTER (FALLBROOK) Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) Check the following website for tutoring schedule: SOUTH EDUCATIONAL CENTER (RANCHO BERNARDO) Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) Check the following website for tutoring schedule: CAMP PENDLETON COMPUTER LAB JOINT EDUCATION CENTER (JEC) Check the following website for tutoring schedule: Note: Time spent at these locations will count toward Math Center attendance. Sign-up sheets are available at each location to track your attendance. Online Tutoring: Online tutoring is available to all Hybrid students 24/7. For instruction on how to access online tutoring, you can watch the YouTube video at the link.
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