An outline of an academic class often including course objectives and goals, list of assignments, description of assignments, due dates, meeting schedule, expectations, and professor contact information.
A detailed description of material to be covered in a course, the assignments and due dates, and the grading policy. Usually distributed the first class meeting, or posted on the web. Read it thoroughly, save it, and refer to it frequently.
Developed by your instructor, the syllabus acts as your contract for a course. This written document will typically include faculty contact information and hours, assignment information, attendance requirements, and grading policy. Some faculty may use an extended syllabus which includes course materials and handouts. When ordering books, be sure to ask if a syllabus is available. Faculty may choose to distribute the syllabus at the first class meeting.
A form of course description distributed by the instructor in the beginning of the semester, usually during the first class meeting. The course syllabus contains important information about lecture topics, homework assignments, attendance requirements, class projects, exam dates, grading procedures, and instructor office hours.
A document containing academic and administrative information about a course. The syllabus is provided by the instructor at the beginning of the semester and typically includes a lesson schedule, dates of exams, and quizzes, assigned books and readings, e-mail/phone number and the best time to reach the instructor, and an explanation of how the final grade will be determined.
At the beginning of the semester you will receive a syllabus from your instructor. A syllabus is a document that describes the content and expectations of a course, the grading policy, a list of assignments and related information such as the instructor's office hours and contact information.
a course outline. Instructors should provide the syllabus at the first or second class session. It provides a description of the course and may include information on the grading system, attendance policy, and assignments. Syllabi for many courses are on file in the university library.
A document that outlines the important information about a course. Written by the professor or instructor, it usually includes important dates, assignments, expectations and policies specific to that course. Some are quite lengthy.
A description of the main content of a course given to students on the first day of class by the instructor. It outlines what will be covered in that class for the semester, such as the assignments, deadlines, tests, quizzes, presentations, and expectations for participation in the class, as well as the attendance policy for the course.
A syllabus is an outline or other brief statement of what a professor expects to cover for the entire semester. It will often include an exact schedule of assignment due dates, test dates, grading system, and any issues a professor wishes to make absolutely clear.
A summary document prepared by the instructor that states basic information about plans for a particular course in a particular semester. Can include such things as textbook lists, office hours, test dates, required assignments, chapters to be covered, learning objectives, etc.
A written description of the contents and requirements of a course is a syllabus. The Syllabus contains the dates of the classes, the assignments, quizzes, exams, research, projects, and other work scheduled for a course in one semester. The instructor for the course gives the students a syllabus at the beginning of the course.
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A course outline given to students by a professor that details reading requirements, test dates, material to be covered, attendance and grading policies and whatever else the professor feels is important to mention about his class. The plural is syllabi.
An outline of a course that an instructor distributes the first week of class. A syllabus should contain: general course information such as its title, credits, prerequisites, location, meeting time; instructor information such as name, office location, office hours, telephone, email; course readings/materials; content of the course and how it fits into the broader curriculum; course goals and expected student learning outcomes; instructional methods; course calendar; course policies; and methods of evaluation.
a document which gives a description of a course including information such as the professor's name, where and when the course meets, assignments for the course, how the student will be graded for the course, and other expectations. wing Course-- A 400 level course which can provide either undergraduate or graduate credits.
At the beginning of the semester, each professor will distribute a syllabus for his/her class. A syllabus provides an overview of the course and the professor's expectations. Also included is specific information such as how to contact the professor, his/her office hours, required and suggested readings, assignments, a timeline, and the grading policy.
A detailed program or outline of a course of study prepared by the instructor. A syllabus will often include: a long description or statement of purpose for the course, a list of the course requirements, including midterms, a final exam, papers, due dates, and a week-by-week schedule of classes, topics, readings, and assignments.
A document provided by an instructor at the start of a class that offers an overview of the course. The syllabus usually covers course objectives, topics to be studied, assignments, required textbooks, grading policies, due dates for assignments, examination dates, and other relevant course information.
An outline of course work distributed by an instructor that describes how the class will run, what times it meets, what books are required, how students will be graded, and the like. These are not usually available until the first class. They will usually include specifics about the books and materials needed for the course, so you may wish to get this before you purchase these items.
A syllabus in the content of a language program and how it is organized. This can be contrasted to a method, which is how a language program is taught. Structural syllabuses and functional syllabuses are two different ways of organizing language material.
a document which describes the content to be taught in a given subject at a given grade level. A syllabus comes from the curriculum, and contains topics, objectives, competencies, and a description of assessment.