1 Division of Math and Sciences Spring 2016 Section Number #19635 Mathematics 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students ONLINE 3 Units 7:30-9:30 p.m. Selected Days (2/8, 3/28, 6/3) in SCC-SC-111 February 8, 2015 through June 3, 2015 Instructor Darlene Diaz Office SCC-SC-124 Phone (714) Website Office Hours Tuesdays & Thursdays: 12:35-1:35 p.m. Virtual Office Hours Mondays 8-11 a.m. Try logging onto my Google+ Course Information An overview of mathematics for the liberal arts student. Topics will include problem solving, financial management, probability, statistics, and selected other topics such as set theory, geometry, logic, mathematical modeling and the history of mathematics. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Mathematics 080 or equivalent skills (measured by a satisfactory score on the Math Level 3 exam) and a course equivalent to Mathematics 080. Course Objective The student will become acquainted with various fields of mathematics, learn the relevance of mathematics in everyday life and strengthen problem solving skills learned in basic math and algebra. This course will satisfy the state mathematics requirement for Liberal Arts majors planning to transfer to CSU. Please also see the Student Learning Outcomes on the following page(s). Course Structure You will work on assigned sections independently via MyOpenMath (MOM) along with participating in the Forums. You should follow the schedule in the following pages. If there are questions from the homework or quizzes, feel free to send me a message via MOM, log onto my Google+, or attend the MaSH (this is highly encouraged). Study groups are also helpful with other students taking Math 105 at SCC. Even though this is an online class, I will be frequently accessible. Required Textbook  Diaz, Darlene, Math for Liberal Arts Students, Edition ISBN: Creative Commons Attribution 2.0, 2015, $16.20 (paperback). Click the link below for the textbook site on Lulu.com. Website: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Paperback)  Diaz, Darlene, Math for Liberal Arts Students, Edition ISBN: Creative Commons Attribution 2.0, 2015, $0 (free e-book). Click the link below for the textbook site on Lulu.com. Website: Math for Liberal Arts (free E-book)
2 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 2 of 14 Optional Class Notes  Diaz, Darlene, Santiago Canyon College, Math 105, Math for Liberal Arts Students (To be used with the textbook Math for Liberal Arts Students, Darlene Diaz, Edition 0.99 ); Available in MyOpenMath Other Supplies A scientific calculator is required, e.g., with logarithmic functions. Note, cell phones or PDA calculators of any sort are forbidden from being used in this course. (The TI-30 XS is a recommended inexpensive model, $19.99 at Target, that would be sufficient for this course.) Graphing calculators are permitted, but any graphing calculator beyond a TI-86 is forbidden. Sharing calculators is prohibited and unacceptable under any circumstances. A valid address (please see the netiquette handout attached to this syllabus for appropriate etiquette). Students are responsible for checking their daily, reading s sent by me, and adding my address to a safe-sender list in order to avoid providers sending my s to a junk folder. Access to a computer with internet connection is required for this course. You will be using MyOpenMath to access your chapter quizzes, homework, forums, projects, grades, course documents, exam reviews, etc. for this course. You must log on and verify your address in MyOpenMath within the first two weeks of the semester or you will be dropped from the course because this is an online course and is the primary communication for this class. Note, when I send the class s, they are templates. The templates are sent to everyone and are not to be taken personally in any matter. Any concerns or questions about the templates received, please inquire as soon as you receive the . Access to a scanner; if you choose to scan and send your projects via MOM, then it should be a pdf file. Usually, the scanner gives the options between a pdf and other file formats; be sure to select pdf. Pencil(s): The in-class exams will be done in only pencil. Failure to complete the exams in pencil will result in point penalties. Forums There will be three forums where you will post a reply and respond to your peers. You can also utilize Forums to obtain peer help with homework, exam review questions or set up study group meetings & times. I will be checking the Homework Questions forum daily so that I may answer any questions or comments posted. Please see the Forum and Posting a Forum in MyOpenMath handout attached to this syllabus for further directions in posting a forum. Forums are out of 25 points each (for a total of 75 points or about 9% of the course grade). must be completed by responding to each question within the given time frame will be graded on the accuracy of your posting, spelling (titles, names, words, etc.), and grammar are platforms to discuss with your peers; hence, you must reply to at least two peers posts in order to earn full credit by two days after the forum is due There are absolutely no profanities allowed in the Forums. Failure to refrain from rude comments, profanity, or slang will result in the removal from this course as well as being reported to the dean. College-level grammar and spelling are required when using the Forums; you will not receive any credit on your posting if you fail to spell/grammar check before submitting your post.
3 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 3 of 14 Projects There will be two projects throughout the semester and are due on selected dates, see the tentative schedule or the calendar in MOM for due dates. These projects are real-world applications from multiple concepts discussed in class so that the student practices and understands how the concepts are used in the real world. Projects are worth 35 points each (for a total of 70 points or about 9% of the course grade) can be typed or handwritten (5 points extra credit is earned for typed projects) are required to have the cover sheet with your initials attached to the projects should be pdf files when scanning and sending via MOM cover sheets are posted in MOM in the Projects folder Homework The purpose of homework in this course is to develop skills in understanding and communicating mathematics. It is not to give you busy work or drill. Don t think of your homework as a certificate proving that you have done the assignment. Think of it as an exercise in learning and in reporting what you have learned. Homework will be assigned weekly consisting of exercises called Homework for Chapter... from the chapters in MyOpenMath. It is your responsibility to have all of the problems correctly completed and if you have questions about any homework problems, post to the Homerwork Questions forum, me, attend the MaSH or attend office hours. Homework is worth a total of 100 points or about 13% of the course grade have the same due date as the chapter quizzes questions can be attempted as many times needed to optimize your score have LatePasses that can be used for a 1-week extension can be taken in multiple sittings (you can exit and enter HW anytime as long as it is before the due date) Chapter Quizzes There will be 10 online chapter quizzes via MyOpenMath after each chapter. Chapter quizzes will consist of approximately questions from each module and will be due on the selected days; see calendar on the following pages or in MyOpenMath. To keep on schedule, no late quizzes are accepted under any circumstances. Feel free to work ahead, but never behind. Quizzes will be out of 20 points each (for a total of 200 points or about 25% of the course grade) are graded on the number of questions that are answered correctly questions can be attempted twice as long as it is before the due date and within the allocated time have LatePasses that can be used for a 1-week extension are required to be taken in one sitting; if you exit a chapter quiz, your time will expire and you risk earning a non-passing grade A Complete each module, i.e., watch the videos, complete the homework before attempting to complete the quizzes. The quizzes are weighed heavily on your grade and failing to do well on the quizzes is a risk for earning a failing grade in the class.
4 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 4 of 14 LatePasses LatePasses can be used for when a student foresees he/she may need an extension for an assignment. The student can easily click the LP next to the assignment for a 1-week extension. Each student is allocated 4 Latepasses (marked LP next to the assignment) to be redeemed any time throughout the 16-week semester at his/her discretion. Each LatePass can be used for one assignment. This means if you want an extension for one chapter s assignments, then one LatePass is used for the homework and a second LatePass must be used for the quiz. You must redeem before the original due date. This is for the integrity of the assignments. Latepasses cannot be used for projects and forums. After redeeming the LatePass, you will have one week to complete the assignment. Now, the course ends on June 3 rd, and you cannot access any assignments beyond then- no exceptions. You may undo a LatePass, if needed, as long as it is before the assignment s due date. Testing There will be two in-class exams: one midterm and one final exam. The midterm exam will be given after the completion of the first five chapters and the final exam will be cumulative of all 10 chapters. The exams are free response. Treat the exams critically because the exams will be weighed heavily on your grade. The midterm will be held on Monday, March 28, 2016, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. and the final exam will be held on Friday, June 3, 2016, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. ; both in room SC-111. There will not be any make-up exams for any reason. Midterm Exam on Monday, March 28, 2016 Final Exam on Friday, June 3, 2016 A It is critical that you attend both dates above in order to be successful in this course. Since there are no make-up exams, you are responsible to make the according arrangements in order to attend and take both exams. Basis of Grading Grade Constitution: Component Points Ea. Total Pts. % of Grade Final Exam % Midterm Exam % Quizzes % Homework % Forums % Projects % Total Points % Grades will be distributed as follows: pts % A pts % B pts % C pts % D pts. 0 59% F Math Study Hall The Math Study Hall (a.k.a. MaSH) is a service provided by SCC that provides students assistance and supplement learning done in the classroom. A math faculty member, an instructional assistant, or a student tutor is always on duty to assist students with questions or concerns from their math class. Additionally, computers are available for students to access mathematical software or do work for an on-line math class. The MaSH is located in room U-80. The hours of operation for Spring 2016 are Mondays through Thursdays: 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. To utilize the MaSH, you must enroll in Math 105L, section # This is a Pass/No Pass, Open Entry/Open Exit lab course. You will need to fulfill at least 10 hours in the MaSH and two study-skills activities within the
5 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 5 of week semester to earn 0.2 units with a grade of Pass (P). Note, if you have to drop the class, be sure to drop the lab also to avoid a No Pass (NP) in the lab. Attendance is tracked through the sign-in computer so when entering the MaSH, have the assistant slide your student ID card or type in your ID number at the sign-in computer. When leaving, sign out the same way you signed in; signing out is critical in order to avoid losing any hours completed. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Alicia Frost at (714) Tutoring Center Santiago Canyon College Tutoring & Writing Center has tutoring services that may assist you in this course. The Tutoring Center is located in U-D-209. Feel free to call the center at (714) for their tutors schedules. Student Learning Outcomes As result of completing this course, the student will be able to Recognize mathematical applications in everyday life and demonstrate appropriate, relevant problem solving skills. Locate and utilize mathematical resources and technology while demonstrating numerical reasoning and literacy. Class Tips for Success For every hour you are in class, you should be studying two hours outside of class. Hence, you should be studying and practicing the course content for at least 8 hours per week for this course. Log onto MyOpenMath and verify your as soon as possible. This way if you are having trouble, I can help you sooner rather than later. Keep on schedule! Try to discipline yourself to stay on task and keep up with the schedule. Anytime you are in doubt, look at the syllabus schedule. Enrolling in Math 105L, a.k.a. Mash, will give you a place to study, get help with topics, complete homework, etc., and it will help you to stay on schedule. Go to the Mash, attend office hours, me or let me know as soon as possible if something does not make sense to you even if it is something simple. Do not be embarrassed to ask me questions. The most successful students ask questions. Questions are key. Do not stress. Commit yourself to passing this class and you will. You can make it through anything for 16 weeks! If you become frustrated with a homework problem, contact me. I will be glad to walk you through the problem by person, phone or . Do not wait until you re too overwhelmed before seeking help! Attendance You must devote at least six to eight hours per week to this class in order to be successful in this course. You are given the schedule in advance and I expect you to take responsibility for all course work and exam dates. Your attendance on exam days is pertinent to earning a passing grade in this course. If you decide to drop this course, it is your responsibility to drop online via WebAdvisor. Note, your attendance is based on your activity in MOM, not the number of logins. *** You will be dropped from the course for non-participation/excessive absencesno exceptions- if you do not enroll in MyOpenMath within the first two weeks of the semester, are not active in MyOpenMath within the first two weeks of the semester with a valid address or are not active in MyOpenMath for two weeks anytime during the 16-week semester. In the event you are late to class on exam days, take a seat in the row closest to the door; this row will be reserved for late students.
6 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 6 of 14 Academic Honesty Cheating will be dealt with as prescribed by the current Santiago Canyon College course catalog under College Policies and procedures (page 21). Students with Disabilities and Student Athletes Students with disabilities who want to request academic accommodations are responsible for informing their instructors and Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) as early in the semester as possible, or at least two weeks before the accommodation is needed. To have accommodations authorized, students must provide DSPS with verification of disability and meet with a DSPS professional for an evaluation of needs. Students may schedule a DSPS appointment by coming to the DSPS Office in E-105, by phone at (714) or by at Title IX Policy Santiago Canyon College (SCC) faculty are committed to supporting our students and upholding gender equity laws as outlined by Title IX. Therefore, if a student chooses to confide in a member of SCC s faculty regarding an issue of sexual misconduct, that faculty member is obligated to tell SCC s Title IX Coordinator. If a student does not wish to formally report an incident to a faculty member but wishes to speak to someone confidentially about an unwelcome sexual encounter, the student can speak to the College Psychologist who is not legally bound to report the conversation. The College Psychologist is located in the Student Health & Wellness Center in T-102 or call (714) Final Note By remaining enrolled, students hereby agree that they will be held responsible for items described in this outline and in the schedule. Due to unforeseen circumstances, all course items are subject to change upon my decision only. In addition, the student agrees that he/she is responsible for items in printed materials, changes to the schedule or grading policy on an as-needed basis. Neither being active in MyOpenMath nor checking is not a legitimate excuse for failure. Changes to the posted course materials, schedule and/or grading policy will be announced via MyOpenMath or , and students are responsible for knowing about any such changes, even if these students are absent or does not check his/her .
7 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 7 of 14 Tentative Schedule Week of Date You should be working on Quiz & HW due dates on Tuesdays Projects & Forums due dates Exams/Mtgs on Mondays 1 02/08 Orientation Chapter 1: Problem Solving Forum #1 Due (2/9) On-Campus Orientation in SC-111 at 7:30 p.m. 2 02/15 Chapter 2: Historical Counting Systems HW for Chapter 1 Quiz for Chapter /22 Chapter 3: Sets HW for Chapter 2 Quiz for Chapter /29 Chapter 4: Logic HW for Chapter 3 Quiz for Chapter /07 Chapter 4: Logic Forum #2 Due 6 03/14 Chapter 5: Measurement and Geometry HW for Chapter 4 Quiz for Chapter /21 Chapter 6: Finance HW for Chapter 5 Quiz for Chapter /28 Chapter 6: Finance On-Campus Midterm Exam: Chapters 1-5 in SC-111 at 7:30 p.m. ** ** ** Spring Break ** ** 9 04/11 Chapter 7: Statistics, Collecting Data HW for Chapter 6 Quiz for Chapter /18 Chapter 8: Statistics, Describing Data HW for Chapter 7 Quiz for Chapter 7 Forum #3 due (4/23) 11 04/25 Chapter 9: Probability HW for Chapter 8 Quiz for Chapter 8
8 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 8 of 14 You should be working on Tuesdays rums due dates Quiz & HW due dates on Projects & Fo- Week of Date 12 05/02 Chapter 9: Probability Project #1 due Exams/Mtgs on Mondays 13 05/09 Chapter 10: Distribution Normal HW for Chapter 9 Quiz for Chapter /16 HW for Chapter 10 Quiz for Chapter /23 Final Exam Review Project #2 due 16 05/30 Final Exam Review On-Campus Final Exam: Chapters 1-10 in room SC-111 at 7:30 p.m. (6/3) Note: Homework, Quizzes, Forums, and Projects are due on Tuesdays by 11:59 p.m. Midterm Exam takes place on Monday, March 28, and Final Exam takes place on Friday, June 3, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in room SCC-SC-111. Other Important Dates February 21, 2016: Last date to add a class with an add code. February 21, 2016: Last date to drop and NOT receive a W grade. February 21, 2016: Last date to drop with enrollment fee refund. May 08, 2016: Last date to drop a full-semester class with a W grade.
10 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 10 of Click Sign Up 5. Now you can log in as a student enrolled in our course! Go to the log in page and log in with your username and password: Verify your 1. Go to 2. Log in with your username and password. 3. Click on Account Settings. 4. Verify all your information and address. Your is the most critical in this course. Please make sure your address is valid so that you can receive s from me. Already Registered with MyOpenMath? Log in as usual, and then click Enroll in a New Class on the left. Then use the Course ID and Enrollment Key from the box on the previous page.
11 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 11 of 14 Entering Answers in Here are some tips when entering your answers in MOM. Tip 1. First, click inside the answer box. Click the purple pop-up below the box. The purple box tells you what type of answer should be entered. Tip 2. Notice, there is a yellow box with an upward arrow once you click in the answer box. If you click this, the MathQuill box will pop up. The MathQuill box will assist you in entering your answers whenever possible. By clicking the icons in the MathQuill, the input of your answers will be much easier. For example, if you click the icon, you will have an automatic formatting for a square root and all you have to do is enter the radicand. Tip 3. Solutions: When you solve an equation and obtain a solution of all real numbers or no solution, then MOM has a particular way of entering those answers. See below. Solution Enter in MOM View in MOM All real numbers No Solution oo (two lower-case o s) DNE Tip 4. Always click to preview your answer before submitting. This way, you see exactly what you inputted and make sure your inputted answer is correct.
12 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 12 of 14 Forums and Posting a Forum in Here are some tips for posting a forum in MOM. Tip 1. To see the Forum topic and directions, scroll down on the homepage until you see the Forum block: Tip 2. Click on the arrow to expand the block and view all Forum topics past due and due: Tip 3. To reply to the Forum and post a thread, click Forums in the top menu: Tip 4. Then Click the Forum you want: Tip 5. Select Add Thread to add a post: Tip 6. An entry box will come up for you to type in and post for that forum. Be sure to hit submit at the bottom of the page. Tip 7. To reply to any student s post, just click on a student s thread and then click corner of the thread. in the top right
13 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 13 of 14 Netiquette How to Communicate Effectively with College Professors It only takes 4 seconds to make an impression. Be remembered for your style of communication not your username. College students need to make a good impression to their professors in the classroom, when completing homework assignments, in presenting class projects, and performing on exams. Impressions are also being formed by professors when receiving an e mail message from a student in their class. College students must remember this is not your high school friend from home you are sending a message to; it is the person who will be recording a final grade at the end of the semester. Excellent grammar and sentence structure, appropriate word choice, and sensible organization of ones must be taken into consideration each and every time prior to hitting the send button. Suggestions for sending a professional e mail that will be read and responded to: 1. Appropriate Username Creativity can and should be appreciated, but what if one of your professors took attendance by reciting usernames and you had to raise your hand in front of other students in the class? Would you not acknowledge your presence in class and take the absence or could you say with pride here? Would you feel comfortable saying your username out loud in front of your mother, father, grandmother, etc. without being embarrassed or having a sense of shamefulness? Don t be remembered for your username be remembered for the message you sent. Example initials or something unique but tasteful like 2. Subject Line First and Last Name plus Course Name Identify yourself as a student in your professor s class as oppose to a list serve response, fellow professors, or a SCC announcement. Example: Jake Allison Math 219 Professors who teach 4 classes, serve on committees, and who conduct research receive an average of 40 s each day. 3. Greetings/Acknowledgements Start the E mail with a Sense of Respect Review course syllabus to determine prefix for professor s name. If their name is given on the syllabus as Dan Jones and you unable to determine what prefix to use, to be safe, use Professor Jones. No matter how easy going you might perceive your professor to be, never start a message with Hey teach! A more appropriate start to an e mail message could be something as simple but meaningful as Hope your day is going well. Great class on Monday.
14 Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts Students (Online), Page 14 of The Message Itself Be Specific and Present it in an Organized Manner Get to the point, the purpose of your e mail. Attempt to avoid long stories and presenting of scenarios or situations you find need paragraphs to explain. Sometimes it is better to talk to your professor in person then via e mail. Example I need to clarify an aspect of the assignment due next week. Would you prefer the paper double spaced or single spaced? If you must turn in a homework assignment via an actual e mail message, present material in an organized manner using spacing and breaks if necessary. You want your homework to be organized and presented in a visually pleasing way for easy of reading. 5. Concluding the Message End with Appreciation Examples Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon. or I appreciate you taking the time to consider my request. Avoid using the latest trends in signing off LOL, TTFN, Peace, etc. Just thank you will work every time. Finally, rewrite both first and last name, the course name and schedule such as, Jake Allison, Math 219, Monday & Wednesday 1:30 p.m. 4 p.m. Final Two Suggestions: Read the Message Out Loud & Hit Spell Check before Sending
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