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History 151 WI Fall 2008 E Komo Mai!
Course Description: Course Description: A survey of World History from the earliest times through 1500. This is a writing Intensive course. Students will complete between 4-6000 words of writing which will be the determining factor in their final grade. Course Prerequisite: English 100. This is a 100% online course and students are required to navigate Laulima to engage in class activities. Please contact the UH help desk for assistance if and when needed for Laulima technical concerns.
Contact Information LJ Padilla PB 1-7 Upper Campus firstname.lastname@example.org 974-7623 email@example.com Office Hours: M-R 2-3:30
Required Readings Clive Ponting, A Green History of the World: The Environment & the Collapse of Great Civilizations A Green History of the World: The Environment & the Collapse of Great CivilizationsA Green History of the World: The Environment & the Collapse of Great Civilizations Donna Rosenberg, World Mythology Handouts as assigned from various primary and secondary sources
Course Requirements Students will complete between 4000 to 6000 words of writing. All writing assignments will be typed. The course has several types of writing assignments including; one Cultural History research and writing project (minimum 12 typed pages) and Reading Reviews ( two paragraphs each). Please complete seven reading review assignments. There are thirteen scheduled over the course of the semester. Only your first seven reading review assignments will be graded. The Cultural History Project includes a series of drafts, instructor feedback, peer review and required revisions. A minimum of four drafts are required. The writing assignments will be 100% of the overall course grade.
Please review directions for assignments on the Laulima or on the instructional website http://hawaii.hawaii.edu/history/jennieindex.htm http://hawaii.hawaii.edu/history/jennieindex.htm http://hawaii.hawaii.edu/history/jennieindex.htm
The Learning Center provides free access to computers, tutoring, learning skills development, make up testing, writing/math and ESL assistance. HawCC is committed to provide equal access to the campus, course information and activities for students with disabilities. If you have a documented disability and/or related access needs, please see me during my office hours, or contact Karen Kane at the Kokua program 933-0702 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Students are expected to be familiar with and abide by the Hawaii Community College Student Conduct code. Plagiarism will result in a zero on the assignment. Please review http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism about this topic or ask questions for further clarification. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism Please let me know how I can help you succeed at HAWCC and in this course. I am looking forward to working with you and participating in your academic success.
Reading Reviews are due anytime Monday. Late work not accepted. Cultural History Project Assignments due anytime Friday. Late work not accepted. Looking forward to working with you! Have a great semester and please go to the discussion topic “Ask the instructor” if you have questions. I will be checking email and “Ask the instructor” Twice daily M-F in the mornings and afternoons. I am not available on weekends.
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