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Merritt Class onlineHuman Sexuality and Introduction to Psychology : 

Merritt Class onlineHuman Sexuality and Introduction to Psychology Dr. Jarralynne Agee .

Course Overview (www.emerritt.org) : 

Course Overview (www.emerritt.org) Human Sexuality Spring 2009 Psychology 12 Course Code: 47332 Introduction to Psychology Fall 2010 Psychology 1A Course Code: 49336 Instructor: Dr. Jarralynne Agee Department of Social Sciences Merritt College E-mail: jagee@peralta.edu Phone: (205)516-5255 TA Dontrel Mosely (510)439-6587

Course Information(www.emerritt.org) : 

Course Information(www.emerritt.org) Human Sexuality Spring 2009 Required textbook: Carroll, J. (2007). Sexuality Now: Embracing Diversity. Second Edition. Wadsworth-Thomson: Belmont, CA. (Selected chapters or go to www.ichapters.com)Class Home Page:

Course Information(www.emerritt.org) : 

Course Information(www.emerritt.org) Introduction to Psychology Fall 2010 Required textbook: Introduction to Psychology by Rod Plotnik and Haig Kouyoumdjian(Any Edition)  ISBN13: 9780495103189

Course Information(www.emerritt.org) : 

Course Information(www.emerritt.org) Class Home Page: http://www.eperalta.org Follow the log in instructions and remember your password

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Course Information(www.emerritt.org) Course Description: See Syllabus

Course Syllabus : 

Course Syllabus Class TECHNOLOGY Requirements Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox A valid email address Flash plug-in for videos Sound card. Think of the World Wide Web and your email address as the car that gets you to campus and the notepad you use to take notes in class. You cannot take this class with out the tools you need. You must immediately resolve any barriers to your class participation or you will be encouraged to complete the course at a time where you can insure reliable access for yourself. Find out what local resources are available to you on campus.

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Course Syllabus Course Description Academic Honesty As always students are bound to the highest expectations of academic integrity. please work on your midterms, papers and final exam alone. Only group presentations should be done as collaboration. Students who submit assignments that are identical to other students work will be reviewed for possible plagiarism.   Attendance If you missed more than four “FORUM/Class Discussion” unexcused you will not receive the points for class participation. However, if you do have an excuse, your grades will be reflective of the materials that you submitted to class provided that you completed at least half of the assignments available at the time of your excused absences. STUDENTS WHO FAIL TO MAKE THE ORIENTATION ARE SUBJECT TO LOOSING THEIR SEAT IN THE CLASS TO OTHERS ON THE WAIT LIST.

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Course Syllabus GRADING SCALE 100-90 (A) 89-80 (B) 79-70 (C) 69-60 (D) 59 - F

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Course Syllabus COURSE REQUIREMENT   COURSES GRADES Online Participation FORUM (10  x 2 points each) 20Assignments (Critical Thinking) 250-500 word essays (10 x 2 pts) 20Quizzes 20Midterm MC/Short Answer           20Final Exam MC/Essay      20

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Course Syllabus COURSE SETUP AND REQUIREMENTS Online Participation (20 POINTS) FORUM Each week you will be posting a response to the questions raised by the online lecture, group discussions and reading materials. Please see our class website for weekly discussion topics. Midterm/Final Exam (50 POINTS) Multiple choice and short answer questions. The midterm will cover the chapters that have been read up to the midterm date. The final exam will be cumulative. Paper Topics(20 POINTS): The due date for the paper will be announced on our website. The paper will be between 4 and 7 pages in length and require appropriate grammar, sentence construction, formatting and references. The final topics and grading rubric will be announced online.

Group Forums : 

Group Forums How to participate in a great discussion!!!

Course Syllabus : 

Course Syllabus COURSE SETUP AND REQUIREMENTS Each week you will be posting a response to the questions raised by the online lecture, group discussions and reading materials. Please see our class website for weekly discussion topics. Your discussion will include information from the readings integrated with the posted online lecture and supplemental materials. You will graded on your ability to participate in an active discussion by asking thought provoking questions based on the material. Students who do not participate in the forum will not receive credit. Students who participate in the discussion but do not post a valid statement or question will only receive one point. (2 points per discussion)

Course Participation : 

Course Participation Group Discussions SEVEN ABSOLUTE FOOLPROOF WAYS TO ACE YOUR FORUM DISCUSSIONS Come up with an engaging QUESTION Think of topics that you feel that you could have a conversation about Add your discussion thread as early as you can Bring in current events Practice diplomacy (for hot topics, it’s up to you to be OBJECTIVE) Avoid subjects that are touchy issues for you CHAT WITH DR. AGEE AT LEAST THE WEEK BEFORE TO GET IDEAS & FEEDBACK!!!

Thank youNext STEPS! : 

Thank youNext STEPS! Sign up for a group topic Introduce yourself to class Buy the book Have fun

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