Math 051 Intermediate Algebra Course Syllabus Spring 2015 crn 32333

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1 Instructor: Mallary Kamen, Instructor of Mathematics Math 051 Intermediate Algebra Course Syllabus Spring 2015 crn Office Hours: Online: Thursday 10:00 AM 11:00 AM Office Hours at the Harrisburg Campus: MWF 9:30-10:00 AM and 11:00 12:00 PM TH 12:15-12:45 PM Phone: (office) Course: Math 051 (crn Intermediate Algebra 3 credits) Class meets online 1/20/15 5/12/15 Course Description: Designed to augment the knowledge of the student who has limited background in algebra: fundamental operations, special products and factors, functions and fractional equations, exponents, radicals, quadratic equations. Prerequisite: Placement through the College Testing and Placement Program OR completion of Math 020 with a grade of C or higher. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: Perform the operations of multiplication and synthetic division on polynomials Simplify and perform the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division on rational expressions, radical expressions, and complex numbers Factor polynomials by substitution and multi-step techniques Solve each of the following: absolute value equations, absolute value inequalities, quadratic equations, rational equations, systems of linear equations in three unknowns, and radical equations Use the laws of exponents to simplify expressions containing rational exponents Translate real life applications into mathematical equations, formulate problem solving strategies, and interpret the solutions Determine whether a relation is a function, evaluate functions, interpret functions, and use function notation Graph solution sets for linear and non-linear functions in two unknowns and identify domain and range of the functions SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS (Minimum): This course will utilize both D2L (HACC s course management system) and MyLabsPlus. You may access D2L through MyHACC or directly at and from there you will be able to access MyLabsPlus. In the event that D2L is not available you may access MyLabsplus directly at Instructions for login to MyLabsPlus can be found at the end of this document as well as in D2L. You must have a reliable computer system with internet access as well as a backup plan in case your main system malfunctions. If you experience problems with your personal computer during the semester, you must have a back up plan in place. You can come to campus or use a friend s computer to complete and submit homework. You must have a working computer available to you at all times during the semester. The new D2L version does not work well with Internet Explorer. Any other browser such as Chrome, Safari, or Firefox should work well. Required Text: Intermediate Algebra, 4 th edition by Rockswold & Krieger, Pearson with MyLabsPlus access. Note: You may just use the online textbook if you wish. Calculators: Students in Math 051 are allowed to use a calculator on all exams and homework assignments. You are not permitted to use cell phone calculators or other electronic devices. You may not share a calculator with another student, and I do not have extra calculators for you to borrow. Please check with me in advance if you are unsure of the suitability of your calculator.

2 Communication: (rather than phone) is my preferred means of communication if you have any questions or concerns that cannot be addressed during office hours/online chats. Be sure to use your HAWKMail account for all school-related correspondence, and put Math 051 your name reason for the in the subject line of the . If you do not receive a response within 24 hours, please try to contact me again. I will have all grades back to you and posted in D2L within a week of the due date. Grading Policies: Final grade will be determined by total points earned out of points assigned, as follows: Initial to Professor 4 points 3 Exams (proctored, pencil & paper): 600 points Discussions (online D2L) 116 points Homework (online in MML): 160 points Homework (worksheet online D2L): 120 points 1000 points (Total) Letter grades are determined as follows: A = % B = 80 89% C = 70 79% D = 60 69% F = 0 59% Proctored Exams: There will be three (3) 200-point exams given throughout the semester. All exams are pencil & paper, show all your work exams. You will be allowed to use your textbook and the study guide note sheet provided for you in D2L. No other resources will be permitted during the tests. If you come to the test expecting to look up every answer in your book, you will run out of time. The material covered for each test is posted in the syllabus. If a student fails to take a proctored exam by the end of the time it is available, they may take a make-up exam provided they qualify based upon the following guidelines. Only one make up per student per semester will be given. NO EXCEPTIONS. It is the student s responsibility to contact the instructor in order to arrange a make-up exam. No make up will be given unless the student has notified the instructor by phone or before the last time available to take the test/exam. The make-up test must be rescheduled and taken within one week. No re-tests will be given you are expected to be prepared at the time the test is given and to take each exam on its scheduled date. Do not forget to check out the optional online exam reviews in MyLabsPlus to help you study for your test. Spring Testing Schedule Exam 1 February 18 th & 19 th Exam 2 April 1 st & 2 nd Exam 3- May 6 th & 7 th If you cannot come to one of the campus locations to take your proctored paper exam, you will need to make your instructor aware of this situation and secure a qualified proctor with the instructor's permission. A test proctor form must be completed and mailed to the Virtual Campus Office for approval two weeks prior to your requested test date. The form will be forwarded to your instructor for approval. You can download the guidelines for securing a proctor and a proctor form from the Virtual Campus web site at You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the file. Print out the form and follow the instructions on the form. If you would like a form mailed to you, contact the Virtual Campus Office. Discussions: In this course you will be required to complete discuss post most weeks. There are two types of discussion post: Initial Post and Response Post. Initial Post: Each post is worth 6 points and is due each Wednesday at 11:59 pm. All posts must be at least one paragraph (5 sentences) in length and be revelent to the questions asked. Response Post: You must respond to 2 classmates post with a paragraph. Each response post is worth 2 points and is due by Sunday at 11:59 pm. The response posts are intended for you to further discuss/extend/disagree with your classmates posts. Please refer to the rubric posted in D2L for further explanation of grading. Online Homework Assignments: There is a required online homework assignment for each week of the course. Each week the assignment is due by 11:59 pm on Sunday. In order to receive full credit for homework, it must be submitted in MyLabsPlus by the indicated date and time. You should work on the homework all week long, while it is fresh on your mind don t wait until the night before the due date! MyLabsPlus can be accessed by going to the website: or by clicking on the link in Desire2Learn. Each assignment is worth 10 points. Dropbox Worksheets: There is a required worksheet assignment for each week of the course. You will be required to download the worksheet for the week from D2L in the Dropbox for that week. The assignment will be based on the chapters we are currently learning about in the course. Please make sure to show all of your work so that you can receive partial credit. Once you have completed your assignment you must upload it in D2L to the designated Dropbox. All worksheets are due by Sunday at 11:59 pm. Late assignments: You will lose 10% of the total for every day that it is late. Each assignment is worth 10 points

3 Instructors Resources: In addition to the resources in MyMathLab, I have posted my own lecture notes for each section of the textbook that we will be covering. They are located in D2L in each week s content labeled notes. Please make sure to download the notes, so that you can hear the audio attached to the notes. I would recommend viewing these notes and all the extra resources from the interactive textbook before completing the online homework or Dropbox worksheets for the week. Online Office Hours: Each week on Thursday at 10:00 am I will have an online office hour. You are welcome to send me s during this time and I will respond promptly. This is not a required activity. Success Tips for Desire 2 Learn: D2L has video student tutorials to help you navigate the site. Once logged into D2L, select Resources (top of the screen). Under Resources, select Student Tutorials. Success Tips for MyMathLab: MyLabsPlus contains excellent Learning Aids, such as online videos that correspond to each section of the textbook, animations, PowerPoints, "help me solve this," "view an example," and ask my instructor features for each question. Be sure to always read the assigned textbook sections and review my class notes before you complete the assigned homework. Be sure to show all your work for the homework problems (even though only the final answer gets entered on MyMathLab), so that you are ready for your in-class, paper & pencil math tests. You do not need to finish the entire assignment all at once MyMathLab keeps a running total of your points, and you may go back into an assignment to earn additional points anytime up until the due date/time. There is no reason not to get 100% (or close to it) on every homework assignment, since all the learning aids are enabled and you have unlimited chances to get the problem correct, up until the due date/time. Getting Help: Students are encouraged to contact the instructor for help during the posted office hours or by appointment. Tutoring is available in the Learning Center at each campus. In addition, online tutoring is available and provided by SMARTHINKING and MyMathLab. For SMARTHINKING, go to for registration information. For technical help with MyMathLab, you may contact website support at (24/7). Drop/Withdraw: If you find that you must drop the class for any reason, be sure to contact me. Proper procedures must be followed in order to avoid receiving a grade of F. For student-initiated withdrawals, you are responsible for obtaining my signature and submitting the withdraw form to the Registration Office for processing. No grade will be recorded for students who withdraw during the refund period. A W grade will be granted upon request of the student from the end of the refund period until the midpoint of the course as defined in the College calendar. After the midpoint of the course, the student will receive a grade of W (if current average is at least 60%) or F (if current average is below 60%). Refund Dates: Please refer to this link to view the refund dates: Deadlines.cfm I grade: The I (incomplete) grade shows that coursework is incomplete and must be completed within eight weeks into the ensuing Fall or Spring term. An incomplete grade is computed as an F in your GPA when not completed within the allotted time. To be considered for an I grade in my class, you must have displayed consistent participation and a sincere effort to complete your work during the semester. All requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Y grade: The Y (work in progress) grade may be granted when, in the judgment of the instructor, the student has shown sufficient progress but needs more time to complete the course objectives. The student will be given the option of accepting the D or F grade. At the time the grade is agreed upon, the student must complete the Y grade form provided by the instructor. The student must re-enroll in the course no later than the next regular term in which the course is offered. The student may not receive a Y grade twice in the same course. If a student is already registered for the next term, the student must sign a Drop/Add Form to re-enroll in the course for which a Y grade is given. If the student has not completed the course by the end of the next regular term in which the course is offered, the Y grade will be counted as an F grade in computing the student's cumulative grade point average. It is important to note that a Y grade may adversely affect a student s eligibility for financial aid. Academic Honesty: Academic honesty is taken very seriously and is expected of all my students. Any acts of academic dishonesty will result in serious consequences (see AP 594). Any evidence of cheating will result in a grade of zero (0) on the work in question (and that work will not be able to be made up) and/or a grade of F for the course. In addition, the student s name will be reported to the dean and to the college. EEOC POLICY 005: If an accommodation is needed, please contact the disability coordinator for your campus:

4 MATH 051 WEEKLY OUTLINE SPRING 2015 Week Tasks #1: January 20 th - 25 th * Discussion post about yourself by Friday January 23 rd in D2L * Sign into MyLabsPlus * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections 1.3,1.5, & 2.1with interactive resources * Complete Homework in MyLabsPlus for a grade by Sunday 25 th at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 1 worksheet by Sunday 25 th at 11:59pm #2: January 26 th - February 1 st * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 28 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 1 st at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 1 st at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 2 worksheet by Sunday 1 st at 11:59pm #3: February 2 nd 8 th * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 4 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 8 th at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 8 th at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 3 worksheet by Sunday 8 th at 11:59pm #4 February 9 th 15 th * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections 4.1,4.2,4.5 with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 7 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 15 th at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 15 th at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 4 worksheet by Sunday 15 th at 11:59pm #5 - February 16 th 19 th Study for Exam 1 February 18 th & 19 th Take proctored Test on Chapters 1-4 #6: February 20 th March 1 st * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 22 nd at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 1 st at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 1 st at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 6 worksheet by Sunday 1 st at 11:59pm #7: March 2 nd 8 th * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 4 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 8 th at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 8 th at 11:59pm (2 assignments) * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 7 worksheet by Sunday 8 th at 11:59pm March 9 th 15 th Spring Break #8: March 16 th 22 nd * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 18 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 22 nd at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 22 nd at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 8 worksheet by Sunday 22 nd at 11:59pm #9: March 23 rd 29 th * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 25 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 29 th at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 29 th at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 9 worksheet by Sunday 29 th at 11:59pm

5 #10 March 30 th April 2 nd Study for Exam 2 * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Tuesday 31 st at 11:59pm April 1 st & 2nd Take proctored Test on Chapters 5 & 6 #11: April 3 rd 12 th * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 5 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 12 th at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 12 th at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 11 worksheet by Sunday 12 th at 11:59pm #12: April 13 th 19 th * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections 7.4, 7.6, 7.7 with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 15 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 19 th at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 19 th at 11:59pm (2 assignments) * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 12 worksheet by Sunday 19 th at 11:59pm #13: April 20 th 26 th * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 22 nd at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 26 th at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Sunday 26 th at 11:59pm * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 11 worksheet by Sunday 26 th at 11:59pm #14: April 27 th May 3 rd * View audio lectures in D2L * Read online text book on Sections 8.4 & 8.6 with interactive resources * Initial Discussion post by Wednesday 29 th at 11:59pm * Response post by Sunday 3 rd at 11:59pm * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Wednesday 3 rd at 11:59pm #15 May 4 th -12 th May 6 th & 7 th * Hand in (D2L dropbox) week 11 worksheet by Wednesday 3 rd at 11:59pm Study for Final Exam * Complete Homework in MyMathLab for a grade by Tuesday 5 th at 11:59pm Take proctored Test on Chapters 1-8 Welcome to your Math051 Online course! Below are the answers to some common questions that you may have about this online course. If you cannot find answers to your question anywhere in the course information that you ve been given, feel free to me at How do I log on to MyLabsPlus? Getting Started: 1. Go to your school s MyLabsPlus site: (Note: There is also a link to this site in D2L) 2. Enter your login name and password and click the Log In button. a. Your login name is your HACCid or H-number. b. If you have used MyLabsPlus in a previous semester, use your existing password. c. If you have never used MyLabsPlus before, use the password haccstudent. (If haccstudent is unsuccessful, use dropped.) d. If you are still unable to log in, contact your instructor. 3. Click to expand the term. 4. Click on the name of your course in the course list. If your course name does not appear, contact your instructor. 5. Click on a MyMathLab assignment or learning aid link within the course. You will first be prompted with the License Agreement and Privacy Policy page. Click I Accept once you have read the terms of use. 6. Click the My Profile tab on the upper left to change your password. Technical Support: If you need technical support, please click Tech Support on the upper right hand corner. Chat with Technical Support 24x7 for assistance. technical support for assistance. Speak with a technician 24x7 by calling If you click Support on the lower left panel, you will find several self-service support articles and information about how you can contact Pearson s 24/7 MyLabsPlus support team.

6 What is on the MyLabsPlus web site? Here s a general overview of some of the areas found on the MyMathLab web site and how we will use them. The following items can be found on the left side menu. Course Home -You should check the announcements page on a regular basis. Here you will find course updates, announcements of new assignments and upcoming tests, and any messages for the entire class. Homework, Online Quizzes/Tests- These pages will be where you will go to see your online homework (we do not have any online test/quizzes). More information will come as the assignments, homework, and test are assigned. Calendar- When I create homeworks and online practice tests, an entry is put into the MML Calendar by MML. You can use this calendar to get an overview of the months due dates for your MyMathLab assignments. Note: other assignments are in D2L Gradebook- Here you will find the results of your online homework. You are encouraged to immediately check whether any work that you have done online registers with the course web site. You can find all of your grades in Mylabsplus. Study Plan- Here you will find links to objectives from the course material grouped according to how well you have demonstrated your grasp on them from your performance on sample tests. Each objective is linked to exercises which help you practice it. More Practice!!! Chapter Contents- This is where you can view the e-textbook and watch video lectures. You can also find a Student s Solution Manual, so you can look up the answers to problems you want to try from you textbook. Tools for Success - Study guides for test! Multimedia Library - This section will have links to relevant videos, powerpoints, and worked out examples! Pearson Tutor Services- You can contact Pearson Tutoring for more help. Discussions - We will be using the Discussion Board in Desire 2 Learn, not in MML. Course Tools You can me directly from MyMathLab How do I get the course syllabus and other course information? To view the course information sheet and syllabus online, Go to the Virtual Campus website at: Click on Current Students, Virtual Campus Courses, Spring 2015, then your course title. After you are logged in to the course web-site, you can find the syllabus by clicking the syllabus button on the left side menu. Do I need to be logged in to the course web site at specified times? Yes and no, you may access course material on the course web site any time after completing the registration process. However, you will need to log in to the web site regularly to keep pace with the class. You will also need to complete assignments, homework and tests during the time period that they are available. What do I need to do to succeed in this online course? How do I do that? You need to do the same thing that you need to do in any course: learn and understand the material and demonstrate this understanding through your work on exams and assignments. You need to learn the course material independently through the resources available to you. Those resources are: Your instructor -- Do not hesitate to contact your instructor either by , phone, in person, or via the discussion board with questions on the course material. Instructor audio lectures Lecture created by me. These lectures can be found in D2L for each week under notes. These notes have audio, so please make sure to download the notes and watch them outside of D2L. Video lectures -- The same lecture that you might receive in an on-campus class covering this material. This is a great place to start your work on a topic. The lectures can be found in each section of each chapter on the course web site. The Multimedia Textbook (and Exercise Set) -- This is essentially an online version of the paper text with some very useful added features. Alongside the material from the text you will find links to audio and video clips, practice problems (You Try It), and animations. This can be found in each section of each chapter on the course web site. The exercise set is essentially practice problems from the textbook. They not only offer feedback as to whether your responses are correct or not, but also step-by-step guided solutions and examples similar to these practice problems. Online practice exercises -- These exercises linked to the objectives in your Study Plan offer an opportunity to see how well you are comprehending the material. Each problem also offers a step-by-step guided solution, click the Help Me Solve This link, a similar example problem, click the View an Example link, and a link to the section of the text which covers the objective, click the Textbook Pages link. Some practice exercises also offer links to animations which walk problems involving some of the same topics, click on the Animation link. Still other practice problems offer links to helpful video clips, click on the Video link. These problems can be found be accessing your Study Plan or the Tracked Tutorial Exercises link in each section of each chapter.

7 Do I need to come to a HACC campus? We will have two proctored exams and the final exam, all of which are paper tests. Students will take these tests at the HACC campus through which they are registered. If you cannot come to one of the campus locations to take your proctored paper exam, you will need to make your instructor aware of this situation and secure a qualified proctor with the instructor's permission. A test proctor form must be completed and mailed to the Virtual Campus Office for approval two weeks prior to your requested test date. The form will be forwarded to your instructor for approval. You can download the guidelines for securing a proctor and a proctor form from the Virtual Campus web site at You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the file. Print out the form and follow the instructions on the form. If you would like a form mailed to you, contact the Virtual Campus Office. What do I do if I have technical problems? If you look on the MyLabsPlus homepage, you will notice in the upper right corner a link to contact the company by chat, or by phone. If you can t get into the website, you can contact them at the following number When will I receive feedback from the instructor concerning test and assignments? How can I find out my grade? Any paper assignments or exams will be graded and returned to the student with comments via or mail at their home address (excluding the final exam). Along with the graded exams the student will receive their current grade as of that date. Students can also receive grades electronically through out the semester by looking at the gradebook in MyLabsPlus.

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