Math 1314 College Algebra Honors Instructor Syllabus


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1 Math 1314 College Algebra Honors Instructor Syllabus Instructor: Elizabeth Johnson Office: ES Phone: (Voic available for messages) Office Hours: Posted on my office door and by appointment. Prerequisites: High school Algebra II and an appropriate placement test score, or Math Honors Course Description This honors course is an indepth study and application of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, and conics may be included. The honors outcomes are achieved through two additional projects (HowTo Video Presentations and Linear Regression) and the increased peertopeer engagement and collaboration that comes from the flipped classroom course design. You will be expected to come to class having watched the lecture videos provided so that we may expand and strengthen your understanding of the concepts during class through a series of games and group activities. Honors Outcomes present in MATH 1314 Honors 1) Effective Communication & Collaboration a) Communicate skillfully in written and/or oral formats to a wide range of specific audiences. b) Demonstrate an ability to work productively in groups and create solutions to a given problem. c) Foster cooperation with peers to increase constructive collaboration. d) Build consensus amongst a diverse group of individuals. 2) Critical Thinking a) Employ academic sources to support claims with relevant and credible evidence. b) Utilize acquired knowledge, effective academic research methods, and critical thinking skills to generate new ideas, processes or approaches to relevant issues. 3) Knowledge Application a) Apply accurate and logical analysis to achieve desired outcomes. b) Illustrate digital literacy through the appropriate use of digital tools and resources. c) Synthesize information across multiple disciplines to create a more fully contextualized response to a problem or issue. 4) SelfAwareness a) Evaluate the effectiveness of personal criticalthinking strategies in order solve problems. b) Confidently convey one s goals and evaluate achievement based on selfassessment. c) Revise judgments and change behavior based on new evidence information in order to choose the best option for reaching one s personal goals.
2 Honors Components The following components demonstrate how the honors outcomes are met in MATH HowTo Video Presentations This series of video presentations will ask you to record yourself solving math problems of your choice from a given list. These recordings will provide you an opportunity to articulate your problemsolving processes to teach others, as well as demonstrate your literacy with digital tools. Refer to Blackboard for further instructions. Honors Outcomes Met: 1a, 2b, 3a, 3b and 4a Linear Regression Project This project will require you to obtain realworld data and to develop a linear regression model. This project will demonstrate your literacy with a graphing calculator, provide you an opportunity to communicate skillfully in a written format, and synthesize information across multiple disciplines. Honors Outcomes Met: 1a, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 3c Inclass Engagement Activities The flipped nature of this class gives us more inclass time to work problems in groups. This will allow you to communicate skillfully in written and oral formats, demonstrate an ability to work productively in groups and create solutions to a given problem, confidently convey your knowledge, revise judgements, and change behavior based on new information. Honors Outcomes Met: 1b, 1c, 1d, 2a, 2b, 3a, 4a, 4b, 4c Course Materials Materials: College Algebra, Graphs and Models, 6th Ed., by Bittinger/Beecher/Ellenbogen/Penna, Addison Wesley (not required) An access code for My Math Lab accompanies the text and is required. (For students with used texts, the access code is available for purchase in the bookstore or online.) Failure to purchase the code or logon to the website (refer to handout) will result in the student being dropped from the class. Use the address that you check most frequently, and make sure to write down your login information where you won t lose it. Lecture Notes: Purchase a copy of the lecture notes in the Bookstore. They will be used in class. Login: Password: Calculators: A graphing calculator (TI83 or similar model) will be required for this course. Students will not be permitted to use graphing calculators on portions of the tests requiring graphing skills. Calculators on cellphones will not be permitted. Grading Homework Grades (15%): The student s homework grade will be determined from several sources such as homework assignments, inclass assignments, and quizzes (online and on paper). No daily work will be accepted late. You must bring me proof of a computer malfunction if you wish to receive an extension on any online homework. All homework for each week will be due on Thursdays at midnight. Homework is found on MyMathLab.
3 Daily Grades (5%): The student s daily grade will be determined from daily notebook checks and participation in classroom activities. Special Note: Since I will be performing a note check at the beginning of each class, if you know you will miss class for any reason, you can a picture or scan of your completed notes. I must receive this before class for you to receive credit. Projects (10%): The student s project grade will be determined from two types of projects. The first project is over Linear Regression and the second project is a HowTo video presentation that the students will create three times over the semester. Exams (Major 50%, Final 20%): There will be four to five major exams. A comprehensive final exam will be given that is worth 20% of the semester grade. There is no makeup for the final exam. The final exam will replace your lowest test grade. Course Policies Attendance: It is the policy of Kilgore College to require attendance. Six hours absence from class is considered excessive and after such time the student may be dropped from class. An absence is defined as not being in class and three tardies will count as one absence. In the case of absence, it is the student s responsibility to makeup any assignments before they are due. While an instructor may drop a student for excessive absences, the ultimate responsibility for withdrawing is on the student. Special Note: Since I will be performing a note check at the beginning of each class, if you know you will miss class for any reason, you can a picture or scan of your completed notes. I must receive this before class for you to receive credit. Classroom Behavior/ Etiquette: Students will display appropriate classroom behavior at all times. Inappropriate and/or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated and may result in dismissal from the classroom. If such behavior continues, a student may be dropped from the class. Students will be expected to observe the following: 1. Be on time and stay until class is dismissed. If you need to leave early for any reason, please let me know before class. 2. Get a drink of water, use the restroom, and sharpen your pencil before class, not during. 3. Turn off cellphones and other electronic devices. You may be asked to leave class and counted absent if your phone rings or you are texting during class. (And yes, I can hear it even if it is set to vibrate.) 4. Be attentive to the subject being presented. Do not sleep, study for other classes, or carry on personal conversations during class. Your responsibility as a student is to take notes, listen and participate! 5. Be respectful of others; remain silent while your instructor or another student is speaking. 6. Come prepared for class. Bring your text, pencil, paper and calculator to class and use them! 7. Exercise academic honesty. Cheating will not be permitted. If you have your cell phone out at any point during an exam that is considering cheating and you will receive a 0 for that exam grade. Course Expectations How to be prepared in this class: Reference the calendar and determine which sections need to be completed before class. Watch each video for those sections in MyMathLab, making sure to take notes along with the video. Make sure to highlight anything you need to ask questions over in class. Start on the homework. You should be able to complete 100% of the homework assignment before you come to class, but it is not necessary. You re ready to come to class now!
4 Daily Class Schedule: After Class: 12:30 12:45: Once you get to class, grab the activity sheet for the day and start working on your own. Open your notes so I can come around and quickly check they re completed. 12:45 1:00: Question and Answer Time. I ll answer any questions from the homework or class notes. 1:00 1:50: Activity Time. Finish the homework each week by Thursday at midnight. Anything not completed by then will have a 50% penalty. Start on the next class s notes & homework.
5 Course Schedule Math Honors Algebra Homework for the week is due every THURSDAY at midnight. HowTo Videos are due in Blackboard before Exams 1, 2, & 3. Date Week InClass Preparation/Homework 1/17 1 1/23 2 1/30 3 2/6 4 2/13 5 2/20 6 2/27 7 3/6 8 Tuesday Syllabus Register for MyMathLab, 1.2 Notes Thursday Section 1.2 & Calculator worksheet 1.3 & 1.4 Notes Tuesday Sections 1.3 & 1.4 Linear Regression Data Selection Thursday Linear Regression Twizzlers & Project 1.5 & 1.6 Notes Tuesday Sections 1.5 & Notes Thursday Calculator worksheet & Section & 2.3 Notes Tuesday Sections 2.2 & 2.3 Thursday Review & Video Work Day Finish HowTo Video #1 Tuesday Exam 1 & HowTo Video #1 Due 2.4 & 2.5 Notes Thursday Sections 2.4 & & 3.2 Notes Tuesday Sections 3.1 & 3.2 Thursday Section Notes Tuesday Section 3.3 Section 3.4 & 3.5 Notes Thursday Section 3.4 & 3.5 Tuesday Review & Video Work Day Finish HowTo Video #2 Thursday Exam 2 & HowTo Video #2 Due 5.1 Notes 3/13 Spring Break 3/20 9 3/ /3 11 4/ / /24 14 Tuesday Section Notes Thursday Section Notes Tuesday Section & 5.5 Notes Thursday Section 5.4 Tuesday Section 5.5 Thursday Review & Video Work Day Finish HowTo Video #3 Tuesday Exam 3 & HowTo Video #3 Due 4.1 & 4.2 Notes Thursday Sections 4.1 & Notes Tuesday Section Notes Thursday Section Notes Tuesday Section 4.5 & Review Thursday Exam 4 5/1 15 Tuesday Thursday Final Exam Review Final Exam Review 5/8 Final Exams
6 Course Schedule Math College Algebra Homework for the week is due every THURSDAY at midnight. Date Week Syllabus & Section 1.2 Functions and Graphs Sections Linear functions, slope & applications; Equations of lines & modeling Sections & 2.1 Linear equations, functions, zeros & applications; Solving linear inequalities; Increasing, decreasing & piecewise functions Sections ; Review The algebra & composition of functions Exam 1; Sections Symmetry & Transformations Sections 3.1 & 3.2 Complex numbers; Quadratic equations, functions, zeros & models Sections Analyzing graphs of quadratic functions; Solving rational & radical equations Section 3.5 & Review; Exam 2 Solving equations & inequalities with absolute value Section Inverse functions; Exponential functions & graphs Section Logarithmic functions & graphs; Properties of logarithmic functions Section 5.5; Review Solving exponential & logarithmic equations Exam 3; Sections 4.1 & 4.2 Polynomial functions & modeling; Graphing polynomial functions Sections Polynomial division; The remainder & factor theorems; Theorems about zeros of polynomial functions Section 4.5 & Review; Exam 4 Rational functions Final Exam Review
7 Fall 2016 MATH 1314 College Algebra Departmental Syllabus Catalog Description MATH College Algebra (330) This course is an indepth study and application of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, and conics may be included. An instructorapproved graphing calculator will be required. Prerequisite: TSI complete. F, Sp, Su ( ) Textbook and Resources College Algebra, Graphs and Models, 6 th Ed, by Bittinger/Beecher/Ellenbogen/Penna, Pearson. An access code to My Math Lab website is required. Course Intent This course is intended for those students majoring in a variety of fields that require further study in mathematics. College Algebra will satisfy the mathematics requirements for students majoring in liberal arts or technical fields. This course will also help students attain logical thinking and problem solving skills. Scope of the Course Unit 1: Introduction to graphing, linear equation and inequalities, linear functions, and applications. Unit 2: Basic functions, algebra of functions, transformations, and variation. Unit 3: Solving various types of equations and inequalities, analyzing quadratic functions, and applications. Unit 4: Graphing polynomial functions, theory of equations, graphing rational functions, and solving inequalities. Unit 5: Exponential and logarithmic functions. Unit 6: Solving systems of equations; matrices Student Learning Outcomes The successful student in this course will be able to: 1. solve linear and quadratic equations and inequalities with applications. 2. model and explore graphs using technology. 3. write the equations of lines and circles given information about their graphs Broadway Kilgore, Texas (903)
8 4. organize and analyze data using technology. 5. graph simple equations and basic functions 6. identify, explain, and illustrate transformations of basic functions such as shifting, reflecting, compressing, and stretching. 7. apply the concept of a function, including domain and range, operations, composition, and inverses. 8. solve other types of equations such as quadratic form, radical, and absolute value equations. 9. graph quadratic, polynomial, radical and rational functions. 10. identify and list the real and complex solutions of polynomial equations using various theorems and processes including technology 11. solve exponential and logarithmic equations with applications. 12. evaluate all roots of higher degree polynomial and rational functions. NEW Item 13. solve systems of equations; matrices. Learning Activities and Assessment Students will attend and participate in lectures and group work, do homework on paper, and do online activities (homework and/or quizzes). Student outcomes will be assessed by a combination of some or all of the following: homework grades, quiz grades, major exam grades, and a comprehensive final exam. See instructor s syllabus for specific activities and assessments. Throughout the semester the following Core Curriculum Objectives will be addressed: 1. Critical Thinking Skills which may include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. 2. Communication Skills which may include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written and visual communication. 3. Empirical and Quantitative Skills which may include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts/data resulting in informed conclusions. ADA Statement Kilgore College is committed to making reasonable accommodations to assist individuals with disabilities in reaching their academic potential. If you choose to request accommodations for a documented disability which may impact your performance, attendance, or grades in this course, you must first register with the Office of Disability Services. Please note that classroom accommodations cannot be provided prior to your instructor s receipt of an accommodation letter from the Office of Disability Services. For more information about accommodations, please contact the Disability Services office on the second floor of the Devall Student Center: (903) Broadway Kilgore, Texas (903)
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