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									                         PART 2 – SYLLABUS DEVELOPMENT FORM


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                                             I. COURSE CODE
   Semester          Course Code        Credits     Lecture hours           Lab hours           Other
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                                         II. COURSE DESCRIPTION
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to grab attention; write with second person voice – “you”; use action verbs; vary words and techniques;
Spice it up; limit of 40 – 120 words.




Prerequisites: List courses to be completed prior to taking this course. Enter “None” if no prerequisite
needed. Include any recommended courses. In addition, consider skills or knowledge students should
possess to help them assess their readiness to participate in this course.



                                      III. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
Include all materials needed for student success.
Text title (Edition),
Author, Publisher

Articles, Websites

Software

Tools, equipment

Safety apparel

Models



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Other
                                    IV. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
State general learning goals and objectives. List four to six major objectives toward which you expect all
students to achieve. Consider end-learner outcomes – what will they acquire by the end of the course.
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                                       V. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
The aim of learner-centered teaching is to promote critical thinking skills. Consider a variety of methods
to convey information and skills. Active learning, group discussion, and problem-solving exercises help
students apply and retain what they’re learning, and adds relevance and experience to the content.
Examples include: Lecture, Demonstration, Active participation, Experimentation, Group work, and the
like. Please list:




                                       VI. METHODS OF EVALUATION
Check all that apply
                     Class
   Attendance                          Papers            Portfolio          Journal           Observation
                  participation
                                        Reports or       Worksite
                       Projects                                             Quizzes           Exams
Assignments                          presentations    experience
   Other (describe)                                                                           Final Exam
College Standard Grading Scale

College Grading Standards             Recommended Guidelines for Student Grades
4.0 --- Excellent                     4.0     ---      91 - 100%
3.5 --- ----------                    3.5     ---      86 - 90%
3.0 --- Good                          3.0     ---      81 - 85%
2.5 --- ----------                    2.5     ---      76 - 80%
2.0 --- Satisfactory                  2.0     ---      71 - 75%
1.5 --- ----------                    1.5     ---      66 - 70%
1.0 --- Poor                          1.0     ---      61 - 65%
0.0 --- ----------                    0.0     ---      0 - 59%
Non-Credit Grading System

P = Pass               Z = Failure         X = Audit             W = No show
                                           VII. COURSE PRACTICES

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College-wide policies are stated in the Lansing Community College Catalog and include those on
attendance, withdrawals and incomplete grades. The catalog is available on the internet at
http://www.lcc.edu/catalog/
                       VIII. DETAILED OUTLINE OF COURSE CONTENT AND SEQUENCING
List content for each class meeting (separate attachment acceptable).
Session 1
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 2
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 3
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 4
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 5
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 6
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 7
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 8
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 9
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 10
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed
Session 11
Topics covered
Teaching methods

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Materials needed
Session 12
Topics covered
Teaching methods
Materials needed

                                          IX. TRANSFER POTENTIAL
In general, non-credit courses are non-transferrable.

Many credit-based courses are transferrable. For transferability information, please consult the Transfer
Equivalency List located on the internet at http://www.lcc.edu/transfer. For additional transferability
information, contact the LCC Counseling Services Department, (517) 483-1255.

The MACRAO Transfer Agreement simplifies the transfer of students from one Michigan institution to
another. It appears in the catalog.
                                     X. STUDENT ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
The very nature of higher education requires that students adhere to accepted standards of academic
integrity. Therefore, Lansing Community College has adopted a code of academic conduct and a
statement of student academic integrity. These may be found in the Lansing Community College
Catalog. The violations of academic integrity include cheating and plagiarism. It is the student's
responsibility to be aware of behaviors that constitute academic dishonesty.

Classroom behavior that interferes with the instructional process is not tolerated. The consequences are
addressed in the catalog under Administrative Withdrawal. Also, see Lansing Community College policies
located at http://www.lcc.edu/policy/
                                    XI. OTHER COURSE INFORMATION




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