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1 Nutrition 10 Contemporary Nutrition WINTER 2016 INSTRUCTOR: Anna Miller, MS., RD PHONE Write NUTR 10 and the time your class starts in the subject line of your e- mail. OFFICE HOURS Mondays and Wednesdays 8:50-9:20 am and 1:30-2:00 pm [By appointment only during Final Exams week] Virtual office hours on Catalyst: Fridays 7-9 am OFFICE LOCATION SC 1210 (2 nd floor of Building 2 of the Science Center). Use the phone outside the building door to call my extension (5576) Welcome to Nutrition 10! This class will undoubtedly affect the way you think about food, dieting and health. We often have complex relationships with food and may approach the topic of nutrition with some bias. I invite you to have an open mind as you explore this dynamic, powerful and meaningful topic this quarter. Cheers, Anna COURSE DESCRIPTION Physiological, psychological and practical aspects of obtaining a healthy diet. Relationship of nutrients to health and well being. Evaluation of current nutritional issues and controversies. PREREQUISITES English Writing 100B and Reading 91 or 100 or English as a Second Language 24 or 72 and Mathematics 200 are advised. It is expected that you can do simple math problems, including those that use percentages and ratios. CATALYST: Assignment instructions, study guides for tests, handouts, power point slides and other supporting materials will be made available throughout the quarter on Catalyst. All quizzes are taken on Catalyst. Go to STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Evaluate a meal plan or a diet for meeting the criteria of a Healthy Diet 2. Evaluate nutrition claims about a dietary supplement, food, or diet for accuracy and health- enhancing potential. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK Discovering Nutrition by Insel, Turner and Ross, 5th edition, This textbook can be rented from the DeAnza bookstore. In addition to the textbook you will need a new, blank spiral bound 8 ½ x 11 notebook pages. (Please, not more pages than this) Bring to every class. ATTENDANCE

2 Plan on coming to every class, on time. Not all lecture material is in the text. You cannot make up the experience of being present in class. If you must miss a class (don't come to school if you re sick!) you are responsible for finding out what you missed, from a classmate. If you are absent more than 3 classes, you may be dropped from the class. Being late by 10 minutes or more OR leaving class 10 minutes or more early constitutes an absence. I do not take attendance every class meeting, so do not assume I will drop you if you have been absent 4 times since I may or may not have taken attendance on the days you were absent. Coming to most classes, coming on time, staying to the end of class is important for earning journal points. A low journal score can lower your course grade. If you need to leave early, DO NOT ask for my permission. This is college you are adults. (Relax - - I will not be personally offended if you do leave early. Nor will I make assumptions about your level of academic commitment.) Remember, you are allowed some absences. If your absences exceed what is allowable, and they are truly due to events beyond your control, by all means, contact me to discuss your situation. (But don t bother if you intend to make up a story to cover up poor choices.) How do you learn about nutrition in this course? If you wish to drop this class, it is your responsibility to do so. Not doing so may result in your receiving an F grade. You are in charge of your own learning! People learn best BY DOING, rather than listening passively. In this course, you are expected to engage in class discussions and activities, and complete out- of- class tasks in a meaningful and productive way. Read the assigned pages in the textbook BEFORE the corresponding class on that topic. Become familiar with the terminology and concepts of that topic when you come to class. I plan class activities with the assumption that you have read the reading assignment. Come to every class prepared. Only some of the learning of nutrition takes place in class. Much happens outside of class, if you are open and willing to engage in the learning process. Never sit on confusion! Ask questions and get clarification whenever needed. I m here to help you. Be aware of the last day to drop with a W. If you realize after this date that you are not getting the grade that you desire, please do not ask me to drop you college procedures do not allow me to do so. Monitor your grade throughout the course so there are no surprises in the last weeks of the quarter. ð If you need any classroom accommodations or services due to a disability, please see me. A verification of your disability must be on file with the college. For information on learning disabilities call For information on other disabilities call Being activiely involved in the learning process requires being fully present. Turn off and put away cell phones and other electronic devices for the entire duration of class. If you text or check messages during class you ll be marked absent for that class. No warnings. No exceptions. Cell phones on desks or in laps (ie not put away) will be collected and held until the end of class. Do your part to maintain a distraction- free learning environment.

3 GRADING PROCEDURE 2 midterm exams (30 points each) 60 points Final Exam 60 points Diet Assignment 70 points TAKE NOTE 5 Online quizzes (10 points each) 50 points There will be no extra credit Course Journal 60 points points offered in this class Total Possible Points 300 points Grading Scale A = % B = % C = % D = % F = <59.01% ONLINE QUIZES 6 online quizzes will be offered on Catalyst. Each quiz is 10 questions, worth 10 points. Questions will be True/False and Multiple Choice. The lowest quiz score will be dropped. If you miss a quiz, this will be the one that is dropped. There area no make- up quizzes. The quizzes will always be open from Sunday 8 am until Saturday 8 pm, on the week indicated on the green sheet (the quiz is listed on Monday, but is open from the day before until the following Saturday). You must take the quiz during this time to earn quiz points. Be sure to log onto a computer with a reliable internet connection. If not, you might not be able to submit your quiz and will therefore not earn those quiz points. You will have a maximum of 15 minutes to take the quiz. You will have one opportunity to take each online quiz. The answers to the questions will become visible once the quiz is closed. Checking the answers is important for doing well on the midterm exams. EXAMS QUIZ 1: The Green Sheet and material/reading assignment from Classes 1 & 2 QUIZ 2: Material/reading assignment from Class 3 QUIZ 3: Material/reading assignment from Classes 4 & 5 QUIZ 4: Fats & Heart Disease QUIZ 5: Energy Balance and Alcohol QUIZ 6: Vitamins and Minerals All of the above is subject to change. Be in class to learn of any changes. 2 midterm exams are given. Neither score is dropped. Exams include true/false, multiple choice, fill- in- the- blank and short answer questions. You will need a long, skinny scantron for each. Midterm exams take place in the first 30 minutes of class. If you come late, you will not be given extra time. There are no make- up exams. If a genuine emergency prevents you from coming to class on the day of an exam, contact me (voic , or e- mail: on the day of the missed exam. Only if you (or someone, for you) contact me before the close of the day of the exam will I offer an accommodation. Documentation of the emergency may be requested. Cell phones cannot be used for any purpose during an exam, even as a calculator. Exams are closed notes/closed book. Study Guides for each exam will be posted on Catalyst. MIDTERM EXAM 1 covers the topics in classes 1 through 8 (includes Carbohydrates & Diabetes ) [30 questions] MIDTERM EXAM 2 covers the topics fat, heart disease, cancer, phytochemicals and protein [30 questions] FINAL EXAM 45 questions will be on material from classes questions will be from material throughout the quarter. The specific material that will need to be studied for these 15 questions will be outlined in the Final Exam Study guide, which will be posted on Catalyst towards the end of the quarter. All of the above is subject to change. Be in class to learn of any changes.

4 DIET ASSIGNMENT The assignment is divided into 2 parts. Each part will be turned in at specific times. See the course schedule for the due dates. Part 1 is worth 20 points. Part 2 is worth 50 points. The assignment involves recording what you eat and drink for 3 days, inputting this onto a specific website or smart phone app, printing reports from the website, evaluating your food record and the reports generated, and assessing your own diet in a written report. Deteailed instructions will be posted on Catalyst. Each part of the Diet Assignment will be accepted late, but only 1 class late, (the class meeting immediately after the class that it is due) - - not after that! Late assignments will be marked down 10%. Assignments turned in after 1 class late will not be accepted and will be given a score of 0. If you cannot come to class on the day that it is due, it is fine to have someone else deliver it for you. Always make a copy of your work before you turn in. The Diet Assignment must be turned in as a hard copy. No part of it may not be submitted online. This assignment is a big part of your grade and requires significant effort and time to do wel on it. This assignment provides both academic and personal benefits. Know This! NU Student Success in this class requires TIME. The DeAnza guideline is to spend 3 hours of time TRI studying/working on a course outside of class for every hour that you spend in class. So.be prepared TIO to spend at least 12 hours a week using and studying the course materials. Time management skills N are essential for staying on top of the material. Evaluate your priorities. Do not attempt to take this 10 class if you are stretched too thin this quarter. Be realistic as to what you can accomplish with what JOU time and energy you have to give to this class. There are no shortcuts to learning and mastering skills. RN Countless students have reported to me - - at the end of the quarter - - I didn t believe what you said AL at the beginning of the quarter, but..you were right! You must bring your journal to every class. Your journal must be dedicated for journal entries only and not used for general note taking. The journal is worth up to 60 points. Points will be earned mostly by Writing Reflections. Many classes will begin or end with a written reflection. If you come a few minutes late, or leave early, you will miss journal point opportunities if they were offered you can not do them at a later time. There may also be some at- home tasks that earn journal points. You can only earn journal points by being in class. Journal entries will be stamped by your instructor. If you don t have your journal in class, you don t get journal points if offered that day. If you leave class early and miss getting your journal stamped for something done earlier in class, you miss out on those journal points. Do not ask me to stamp your journal in a later class. Each stamp is worth 2 points. The journal will be turned in twice. Midway in the quarter, and at the last regular class, the class before the final exam (dates are on the Class Schedule). The points in your journal will be counted and recorded then and only then. If you lose your journal, any points not counted/recorded will not be included towards your journal grade. Don t lose your journal. It is your responsibility to not lose it. The consquences of losing it are yours and only yours to experience. Although you are not graded on the content of your writing reflections (there are no right/wrong answers), 10 journal points are based on thoroughness of your writing reflections. The maximum amount of points you can earn for actual journal entries is 50. Then, up to 10 additional points will be be awarded, at the end of the quarter when you turn it in, if the writing reflections show real thought (not superficial), if your journal writings are neat, legible and in order. Please use ink, not pencil, for your journal writings. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY Any student found to be cheating or taking part in any form of academic dishonesty will receive no points or grade for what they cheated on. Some examples include:

5 Copying from someone else's exam Purposely allowing another student to copy from your paper during a exam Communicating to another student during an exam, looking at another student s exam, looking at any written material other than the exam will all be presumed to be for the purpose of cheating Turning in another person's Diet Assignment (or any part of it), representing it as your own Copying parts of the Diet Assignment from another person s work Any form of plagiarism (diet assignment or course journal) Giving your academic work to another student to plagiarize Lying to an instructor or college official to improve your grade. The Office of the Dean of Student Affairs & Activities maintains a record of students who have engaged in academic dishonesty. This information is used to identify and discipline students who have been reported for academic dishonesty more than once. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION If you need to receive an A or a B in this class, then plan to put the time and effort into the class to help you to be successful. Do not wait until the end of the quarter to act if it becomes evident that you are not likely to earn the grade that you need or want. Sometimes the process of learning is frustrating and difficult. Oftentimes it is satisfying. Learning requires considerable effort and patience. With appropriate strategies, that effort brings you results: mastering the material. Students who exhibit disruptive behavior will be dropped from the class with a W. Excessive talking in class at inappropriate times is considered disruptive behavior. Private conversations during lecture is disruptive (and disrepectful, not to mention an obstacle to your learning) Check out the Student Success Center on campus. They have workshops that can help you improve your testing taking skills, writing, and much, much more. If you are or have ever battled an eating disorder, and this course/the diet assignment has the potential of setting you back in your recovery process, please feel free to discuss your situation with me. Some accommodations are possible. Frequently Asked Questions Q. How do I contact my instructor? A. The quickest way is to e- mail me: Be sure to write NUTR 10 and the time your class starts in the subject line. Q. Can I use an earlier edition of the textbook? A. It is ideal to use the current edition. All of my page references correspond to this edition. It s possible to use an edition one earlier, but be aware that there are changes from edition to edition. Nutrition is an ever- changing subject. I m sorry the textbook is very expensive, even used copies. The textbook is available for rent at the bookstore. And there is a copy on reserve at the library. Q. Do I have to eat a healthy diet to do well in this class? A. Your grade in this class is not at all based on how well you eat! You do not have to change your eating habits while in this class. Many students, however, do find they make some changes in their food choices as a result of things they learn in this class.

6 KEEPING TRACK OF YOUR POINTS It s useful to know your standing in this class and you can do that at any time in the quarter. Add up your scores and divide by what would be the total possible points at that point, and multiply by 100 to get the percentage of maximum points you ve earned thus far. Record your points below to keep track. Your Points (Fill In Your Scores) Total Possible Points Quiz #1 10 Quiz #2 10 Quiz #3 10 Quiz #4 10 Quiz #5 10 Quiz #6 0 (lowest quiz score is dropped) Midterm Exam 1 30 Midterm Exam 2 30 Diet Assignment Part 1 20 Diet Assignment Part 2 50 Journal 60 Follow this advice from an A Student in Nutrition 10 Don t come to class hungry you ll get hungrier with all the talk of food! Ask for help when you need it Really read the green sheet Know what s going on Participate in class don t just sit there Turn in assignments when they are due so you don t lose points for them being late Stay on top of things so you don t fall behind Study, study, study for the quizzes and exams- - Use the study guides Ask questions when you re confused Get more, not less out of this class!

7 De Anza College Nutrition 10 Winter Quarter Class Date Topic Reading Assignments Exams/Due Dates 1 Mon Jan 4 Introduction to Nutrition 10 Getting Started.. 2 Wed Jan 6 What is a healthy diet? Why care about your diet? Attitudes and Obstacles 3 Mon Jan 11 Overview of the Nutrients Energy Calculations Tools for a Healthy Diet 4 Wed Jan 13 Where do we get our information? Evaluating Internet Sites Mon Jan 18 Martin Luther King Day: No Class 5 Wed Jan 20 Reading Food Labels p p p (Diet & Health) p. 464 (Chronic Disease) p p p ; p p Online Quiz #1 (It is open from 8 am Sun 1/10 until 8 pm Sat 1/16) 6 Mon Jan 25 Carbohydrates Chapter 4 BRING TEXT TO CLASS Online Quiz #2 7 Wed Jan 27 Carbohydrates continued Chapter 4, p Part 1 of the Diet Assignment is due 8 Mon Feb 1 Carbohydrates continued Chapter 4, p. 181 Online Quiz #3 Diabetes P, Wed Feb 3 Fats Chapter 5 BRING TEXT TO CLASS 10 Mon Feb 8 Finish fats Midterm Exam 1 Heart Disease 11 Wed Feb 10 Cancer Phytochemicals Mon Feb 15 President s Day: No Class p p p Turn in Journal 12 Wed Feb 17 Protein Chapter 6 BRING TEXT TO CLASS 13 Mon Feb 22 Finish Protein Online Quiz #4 14 Wed Feb 24 Energy Balance & Obesity p ; p Mon Feb 29 Weight Management p Midterm Exam 2 16 Wed Mar 2 Alcohol p Mon Mar 7 Vitamins & Minerals Overview; Vitamins C & D, Sodium & Hypertension, Calcium & Osteoporosis 18 Wed Mar 9 Finish Vitamins & Minerals Dietary Supplements 19 Mon Mar 14 Organic Food Food Choices & the Environment 20 Wed Mar 16 Eating Out vs Cooking Meal Planning 101 Final Exam 9:30 section: Monday March 21 9:15 am p ; p p p p ; p p p p p :30 section: Wed Mar 23 11:30 am BRING TEXT TO CLASS Online quiz #5 Part 2 of the Diet Assignment is due Online Quiz #6 Turn in Journal

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