Introductory Calculus: Oxford Mathematics 1st Year Student Lecture
Introductory Calculus: Oxford Mathematics 1st Year Student Lecture

FALL, 2013, AUG 19 – DEC 16

MATH 120, MATH FOR GENERAL EDUCATION # 2212

Mon – Wed, 5:30 – 6:45

INSTRUCTOR: Robert Ridgway (rridgway@guhsd.net)

TEXT: Crossing The River With Dogs, Johnson, Herr & Kysh

ASSIGNMENTS AND TESTS

(homework will be checked the night of each test)

Mon Wed

8/19 pg 21, 1-13 8/21 pg 43, 1-14

8/26 pg 65, 1-13 8/28 pg 71, 1-5

9/2 **Labor Day** 9/4 practice test 1/2/3

9/9 TEST 1/2/3 9/11 pg 99, 1-14

9/16 pg 134, 1-18 9/18 pg 166, 1-17

9/23 pg 172 1 – 5 9/25 practice test 4/5/6

9/30 TEST 4/5/6 10/2 pg 191, 1-16

10/7 pg 223, 1-18 10/9 pg 258 1 – 13

10/14 pg 263, 1-5 10/16 practice test 7/8/9

10/21 TEST 7/8/9 10/23 pg 284, 1- 18

10/28 pg 310, 1-14 10/30 pg 338, 1 – 17

11/4 pg 346, 1- 5 11/6 practice test 10/11/12

11/11 **Veterans Day** 11/13 TEST 10/11/12

11/18 pg 369, 1 – 15 11/20 pg 407, 1 – 6

11/25 pg 431, 1- 18 11/27 pg 459, 1- 10

12/2 practice test 13/14/15/16 12/4 TEST 13/14/15/16

12/9 practice final 12/12 no class

FINAL EXAM 12/16 5:30 – 7:30

Grading

Homework: 20% Tests: 50% Final: 30%

98 –100 = A+ 88 – 89 = B+ 78 – 79 = C+ 60 – 69 = D

93 – 97 = A 83 – 87 = B 73 – 77 = C

90 – 92 = A- 80 – 82 = B-

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

A student will be able to employ both inductive and deductive reasoning appropriately.

A student will be able to construct visual representations of certain problems and then analyze those constructs to attain a solution.

A student will be able to identify patterns and use them to predict other outcomes.

A student will be able to employ logic in solving a problem to arrive at a solution.

A student will be able to categorize problems and employ the correct procedure to solve them.

Supervised Tutoring Referral:

1. Students requiring additional help or resources to achieve the stated learning outcomes for MATH 120 are referred to enroll in IDS 198: Supervised Tutoring – Math, for assistance in the Math Study Center (70-112). The department will provide Add Codes.

2. IDS 198 is a non-credit/non-fee course.

ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: Students with disabilities who may need accommodations in this class are encouraged to notify the instructor and contact Disabled Student Services & Programs (DSP&S) early in the semester so that reasonable accommodations may be implemented as soon as possible. Students may contact DSP&S in person in room 110 or by phone at (619) 644-7112 (voice) or (619) 644-7119 (TTY for deaf).

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