|Lynn J. Fancher, Instructor||Office Hours|
|IC3113d||Monday: 12 noon-1 pm|
|942-2127 (ext. 2127, 2125)||Tuesday: 12 noon-1 pm, 3-4 pm|
|email@example.com||Wednesday: 12 noon-1 pm|
|Mailbox: IC 3028||Thursday: 12 noon-1 pm; 3-4 pm|
|Friday: 11 am-3 pm [IC-3D]|
For a topical outline of this course and chapter references from the textbook, go here.
|Grading Scale||Class Assignments|
|90% - 100% = A||3 Exams: 300 points|
|80% - 89.9% = B||Paper: 100 points|
|70% - 79.9% = C||Lab Notebook: 75 points|
|60% - 69.9% = D|
|<60% = F|
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Exams: All exams will be short answer/essay style. There will be three exams, worth a total of 300 points. Exams will cover both lecture and lab materials. Missing any exam without replacing it will be grounds for failing this class. The last exam may not be made up.Missed exams: Follow this link for the procedure to follow if you miss an exam. The most important things to remember are:
Labs: You will be expected to keep a bound notebook/journal of drawings and observations made during the course of the quarter. This will be checked at each exam. 1st check: 10 points; 2nd check: 15 points; final check: 50 points. The grade will be based on completeness, care and accuracy of drawings and completeness and accuracy of other work.
Lab days are flexible; the pattern we follow is to spend as many lecture days as necessary to complete one unit, then spend the necessary lab days to complete the related lab work.
Research Paper: You will be expected to complete a formal paper approximately 15 pages in length. Instructions for this paper are found at the other end of the link. You may select any topic of interest for your paper, as long as the topic is clearly related to the disciplines of Botany. The paper assignment includes the requirement for two progress reports plus the final paper, which is due at the end of the tenth week of the quarter.
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