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GRADING BREAKDOWN, Attendance Read policy below, Participation 20. Online Quizzes 20 4 apiece 5 quizzes count out of 6 given. Midterm Exam 20, Two Papers 20 10 apiece, Final Exam 20. ATTENDANCE POLICY, Attendance will be taken at the beginning of each lecture Please be on time late students. will not be allowed to sign the attendance sheet and will be marked absent without excuse If. you have four unexcused absences your overall grade will drop by one letter i e an A to a B If. you have six unexcused absences you will automatically fail the course. Examples of excused absences medical emergencies illnesses email me before class and. provide documentation from your healthcare provider on your return and pre arranged absences. for athletics and religious reasons provide documentation prior to the planned absence. Non emergency doctor s appointments weddings family gatherings trips to the ski slope etc. are not excusable absences please schedule these on your own time. PARTICIPATION 20, Students are required to regularly participate in class through a wide variety of means including. asking a question or making a pertinent comment during lecture answering questions posed on. the PowerPoint working in discussion groups and coming to office hours to talk over questions. you may have I expect a high level of participation from all students Speaking up and. participating in class discussion facilitates debate and making arguments that are backed up by. evidence both of which are useful skills both for historians and in life Students who do not. participate in discussion at all will fail the course. QUIZZES 20, Students are required to take multiple choice quizzes on D2L on course related material not.
covered in lectures The quizzes will cover the readings from The American Promise and D2L. In addition there will be a syllabus and plagiarism quiz at the beginning of the semester Each. quiz activates Wednesday of the given week at 10 00 a m and is due the next evening. Thursday at 11 59 p m Students will only be given 10 minutes to take each quiz There will. be a total of six quizzes including the syllabus quiz with the lowest score being dropped at the. end of the semester if you take all six quizzes Late quizzes will generally not be accepted. MIDTERM 20, The midterm will cover all material from Weeks 1 7 This BlueBook midterm will be conducted. in class at the end of Week 8, PAPERS 2 papers 10 apiece total 20. The papers will require you to write an analytical review minimum 900 maximum 1 000 words. on a book or film chosen from the reading film list on the syllabus see below Detailed. instructions on how to complete the papers are forthcoming on D2L. FINAL EXAM 20, The final exam will cover Week 8 up to the end of the course This BlueBook midterm will be. conducted during our scheduled final exam period on Thursday May 7 at 4 30 p m. Grading Scale for paper exams and class, 93 100 A 80 82 B 68 69 D. 90 92 A 78 79 C 63 67 D, 88 89 B 73 77 C 60 62 D, 83 87 B 70 72 C 0 59 F.
Exam Makeup Policy Disability Accommodations, If you have a personal medical emergency the day of the midterm exam please email me. before class and provide a doctor s note from your healthcare provider when you return to class. Similarly students with an athletic or religion related excuse can be excused from the exam if. they provide documentation prior to the exam date A makeup date time will be arranged at the. instructor s discretion in consultation with the student s concerned. Because quizzes are all take home they can only be made up in case of serious illnesses and. extreme emergencies Quizzes are active from W 10 a m to Th 11 59 p m the week they re due. If you have documentation from the Office of Disability Services granting you extra time on. quizzes and exams please provide that to me at the beginning of the semester so we can work. out accommodations, Please note Due to the late date of the final exam it cannot be made up after the exam even in. the case of student emergency or illness An alternate exam time will be available to students. with three or more exams on Thursday May 7 prior to this date. Technology Policy, Students ARE permitted to use laptops iPads or tablets to take notes in class Students ARE. also permitted to record lecture to play back later Please however do not browse the Web. during lecture as it may be distracting to others If I notice a student browsing the web during. class the entire class will receive a warning If I notice someone on a website a second time the. entire class will be barred from using laptops in class. Please silence and put away cell phones during class Students whose phones repeatedly ring. during class will be asked to leave class for the day and will be marked absent without excuse. Expectations of Students, I expect students to regularly attend to show up on time to be active participants in lecture. whether by taking notes asking questions participating in discussion and to not disrupt others. learning I will take notice of and discipline disruptive students. All of you have the right to a safe learning environment and I will do my best to provide that. to you You also must take ownership of the classroom for yourselves and help make it a. productive academic learning space I will not tolerate harassment or discrimination. Office hours M W 10 10 30 a m by appointment I expect students who are struggling in. the course to come to office hours for assistance make an appointment with me to meet at. another time if you are unable to come to office hours or to email me. Expectations of the Instructor, Please come to class with high expectations of me and don t hesitate to let me know if there s.
anything I can do to help you be a better student, I will offer you time to provide anonymous feedback midway through the semester. You should expect me to return papers and exams to you within 14 days of the due date. You should expect me to be at my office hours regularly If I have to cancel or change office. hours I will let students know via email or D2L in advance. University and Class Policies Regarding Harassment. You are expected to conduct yourself as a rational open minded adult in your communications. Disrespectful bigoted or rude comments and bullying will not be tolerated Such infractions. may lead to failure of the course Differing views are welcome and encouraged and some of the. materials assigned and topics discussed will be provocative but if you cannot speak your mind in. a respectful manner please keep your opinions and ideas to yourself We each have. responsibility for maintaining an appropriate learning environment Professional courtesy and. sensitivity are especially important with respect to individuals and topics dealing with. differences of race color culture religion creed politics veteran s status sexual orientation. gender gender identity and gender expression age disability and nationalities See policies at. http www colorado edu policies classbehavior html, The University of Colorado Boulder CU Boulder is committed to maintaining a positive. learning working and living environment The University of Colorado does not discriminate on. the basis of race color national origin sex age disability creed religion sexual orientation or. veteran status in admission and access to and treatment and employment in its educational. programs and activities Regent Law Article 10 amended 11 8 2001 CU Boulder will not. tolerate acts of discrimination or harassment based upon Protected Classes or related retaliation. against or by any employee or student For purposes of this CU Boulder policy Protected. Classes refers to race color national origin sex pregnancy age disability creed religion. sexual orientation gender identity gender expression or veteran status Individuals who believe. they have been discriminated against should contact the Office of Discrimination and. Harassment ODH at 303 492 2127 or the Office of Student Conduct OSC at 303 492. 5550 Information about the ODH the above referenced policies and the campus resources. available to assist individuals regarding discrimination or harassment can be obtained at. http www colorado edu odh, Plagiarism, Plagiarism in all of its forms will not be tolerated in this course Any plagiarism can subject to. you failure of this class or expulsion from CU In order to ensure that you understand what. plagiarism is and what you can and cannot do on essays and in exams please read the CU Honor. Code s What is a Violation page and the New York Times article below NOTE You ll be. quizzed on these for the syllabus and plagiarism quiz to be held on D2L during Week Two. CU Honor Code link http honorcode colorado edu student information what violation. NYT article link http www nytimes com 2014 07 24 us politics montana senator john. walsh plagiarized, thesis html hp action click pgtype Homepage version HpSumSmallMediaHigh module p. hoto spot region region photo spot WT nav photo spot r 0. Calendar Subject to Change, NOTE All reading assignments should be completed prior to the week they are listed.
Week One January 12 14 16 Introduction Reconstruction. Reading assignment The American Promise hereafter TAP Ch 16 Ted Widmer The Civil. War s Environmental Impact New York Times November 15 2014 on D2L. Week Two January 21 23 The West, NO SCHOOL MONDAY JANUARY 19 MLK DAY. Reading assignments TAP Ch 17 Thomas Andrews Killing for Coal introduction access. via UCB Libraries website, Syllabus and plagiarism quiz Quiz 1 due Thursday Jan 22 at 11 59 p m. Week Three January 26 28 30 Industrialization and Mass Culture. Reading assignments TAP Ch 18 Ch 19 David Nasaw Going Out introduction D2L. Quiz 2 over readings from Weeks 1 3 due Thursday Jan 29 at 11 59 p m. Paper writing workshop in class on Friday Jan 30, Week Four Feb 2 4 6 Progressivism and Imperial Expansion. Reading assignments TAP Ch 20 Ch 21, Week Five Feb 9 11 13 The 1920s and the Great Depression. Reading assignment TAP Ch 22 Lynn Dumenil Modern Temper introduction D2L TAP. Ch 23 David Kennedy Freedom From Fear Chapter 2 D2L. Quiz 3 over readings from Weeks 4 5 due Thursday Feb 12 at 11 59 p m. Week Six Feb 16 18 20 The New Deal, Reading assignments TAP Ch 24 David Kennedy Freedom From Fear Chapter 12 D2L.
PAPER 1 DUE ON THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19 AT 11 59 P M ON D2L. Week Seven Feb 23 25 27 World War II, Reading assignment TAP Ch 25. Midterm available on D2L by Friday Feb 27, Week Eight March 2 4 6 The Cold War MIDTERM. Reading assignment TAP Ch 26, Film in class The Cold War excerpts from Part 2 Iron Curtain. FRIDAY MARCH 6 MIDTERM EXAM, Week Nine March 9 11 13 The 1950s. Reading assignment TAP Ch 27 David Halberstam The Fifties Chapter 29 on D2L. Quiz 4 readings Weeks 6 9 and the Cold War films due Thursday Mar 12 at 11 59 p m. Week Ten March 16 18 20 The 1960s Unrest at Home and Abroad. Reading assignment TAP Ch 28, Week Eleven NO SCHOOL SPRING BREAK.
Week Twelve March 30 April 1 3 The Vietnam War and Watergate. Reading assignment TAP Ch 29 Peter Baker Richard Nixon s Tenure and Downfall are. Reassessed New York Times Aug 3 2014 available on D2L. Quiz 5 over readings Weeks 10 12 due Thursday April 2 at 11 59 p m. Week Thirteen April 6 8 10 The New Right, Reading assignments Tim Borstelmann The 1970s Ch 3 D2L TAP Ch 30. PAPER 2 due Thursday April 9 at 11 59 p m on D2L, Week Fourteen April 13 15 17 Ending the Cold War and Globalization. Reading assignments TAP Ch 31 Richard Read The French Fry Connection Day Four. Strands in a Broken Web The Oregonian Oct 21 1998 available on D2L. Quiz 6 over readings Weeks 13 14 due Thursday April 16 at 11 59 p m. Week Fifteen April 20 22 24 The U S Since 9 11, Reading assignment Walter LaFeber Michael Jordan and the New Global Capitalism Ch 7. Week Sixteen April 27 29 May 1 Conclusions Final Exam Review. No reading, Friday May 1 Final Exam Review, Final exam Thursday May 7 4 30 7 p m in Hellems 263. BOOK AND FILM CHOICES FOR PAPER 1, Reconstruction The New South.
Edward Ayers The Promise of the New South, David Blight Race and Reunion The Civil War in American Memory. Eric Foner A Short History of Reconstruction, Leon Litwack Trouble In Mind. American Experience Reconstruction, Birth of a Nation dir D W Griffith. Thomas Andrews Killing For Coal, Karl Jacoby Shadows at Dawn. Patricia Nelson Limerick Legacy of Conquest, Richard White It s Your Misfortune and None of My Own.
Dances With Wolves dir Kevin Costner, The West dir Stephen Ives time appropriate section consult with instructor. Industrial America and Mass Culture, Neil Gabler An Empire of their Own. David Nasaw Children of the City At Work and at Play. Kathy Peiss Cheap Amusements, Charles Postel The Populist Vision. Matthew Sutton Aimee Semple McPherson and the Resurrection of Christian America. Baseball dir Ken Burns time appropriate section consult with instructor. Jazz dir Ken Burns time appropriate section consult with instructor. New York dir Ric Burns time appropriate section consult with instructor. Progressivism at Home and Abroad, Doris Kearns Goodwin The Bully Pulpit. Scott Ellsworth Death In a Promised Land, Julie Greene The Canal Builders.
Kristin Hoganson Fighting for American Manhood, Michael McGerr A Fierce Discontent. Adriane Lentz Smith Freedom Struggles African Americans and World War. History 1025 003 History of the United States 1865 present MWF 9 9 50 a m Hellems 263 Instructor amp Contact Info Chris Foss Christopher foss colorado edu Office Hours M W 10 10 30 a m Hellems 351 and by appointment Required Course Texts James L Roark et al The American Promise A History of the United States Vol II 5th edition

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