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  • 1. POLS 2301 Mr. Bartl
  • 2. Use Your Required Materials and Own Your GradeWelcome to American Government
  • 3. Textbook3
  • 4. • Course Requirements• Final Grades will be calculated as follows:• Blogs – 50 %• Chapter Tests – 20 %• Final Exam – 20 %• Participation and Attendance – 10%
  • 5. • Blogs • Entry – 500 words or - weekly writing more, due everyassignment discussing the Mondaymaterial from the Nicholsreader • Responses – Two 250 - should engage and word responses duediscuss, not summarize every Friday - Will divide class intogroups of three
  • 6. • Chapter Tests – 5 • Final Exam – a final, online, multiple comprehensive, in choice tests; lowest class exam given score will be during finals week dropped
  • 7. • Attendance and • Any student missing Participation more than 10 class meetings will fail • Being late is considered the same as being absent
  • 8. • Personal Electronic Devices are prohibited
  • 9. • First Readings – this • For next week – You week (by need to read AGP ch. Wednesday) you 9 and Nichols pp. need to read AGP 152-160 (and do chapter 8 your first blog entry on this)
  • 10. • First test (over AGP • First Blog Entry must chs. 8-9) will be put be posted on on Blackboard at the Blackboard no later end of next week than Tuesday