MTH 1825 Intermediate Algebra Online Syllabus Fall 2017

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1 MTH 1825 Intermediate Algebra Online Syllabus Fall 2017 Text material and ALEKS subscriptions: A customized version of Intermediate Algebra softcover 3 rd Edition, 2015 by Julie Miller, Molly O Neill, and Nancy Hyde, McGraw-Hill for MSU that comes bundled with an ALEKS digit access code. You need this access code and your MTH 1825 section s course code. The Course code for this class is posted in the D2L which you may access at and logging in with your MSU NetID. You have the following requirements for this course: Calculator: ALEKS has a calculator built into the program, but I recommend using a graphing Calculator. We recommend the Texas Instruments TI-83+,TI-84 or TI-84+ since it is required of all other Math courses at the Precalculus level. Note: You may not use a TI-89, TI-92, TI-Nspire, laptop or cellphone for taking exams. Web Page: The MTH 1825 Class page is located at The syllabus will be posted here and other pertinent information. More often than not relevant information (due dates, announcements, etc.) will be posted on MSU s D2L at Due dates for homework, ALEKS work and Exams will also be posted in ALEKS itself. Math Learning Center: As an extra resource for our students, the Department of Mathematics offers a Math Learning Center. The goal of the Center is to provide a supportive atmosphere in which serious students can get free tutoring assistance in mathematics. Check the MLC website for posted hours during the semester. Grade Evaluation: Points Each Total Points 4 proctored Exams (50 minutes) Online Timed Quizzes ALEKS Chapter completion varies by Chapter 200 Final Exam Total possible points: 900 Your total number of points will be converted into a percentage and your grade will be determined by the following grading scale: % % % % % % % % 1.5 Total possible Points for each ALEKS Chapter completion in your ALEKS pie. Chapter R 20 Chapter 1 20 Chapter 2 20 Chapter 3 20 Chapter 4 20 Chapter 5 part 1 15 Chapter 5 part 2 15 Chapter 6 part 1 15 Chapter 6 part 2 15 Chapter 7 25 Chapter 8 15 Total 200 pts. Page 1 of 10

3 Objective Due Date (by 11:59 pm) Chapter R Friday, Sept. 08 Chapter 1 Tuesday, Sept. 19 Chapter 2 Wednesday, Sept. 27 Chapter 3 Tuesday, Oct. 3 Chapter 4 Tuesday, Oct. 10 Chapter 5 part 1 ( ) Wednesday, Oct. 18 Chapter 5 part 2 ( ) Wednesday, Oct. 25 Chapter 6 part 1 ( ) Wednesday, Nov. 1 Chapter 6 part 2 ( ) Tuesday, Nov. 07 Chapter 7 Friday, Nov. 17 Chapter 8 Tuesday, Nov. 28 Quiz Due Date (by 11:59 pm) Material covered on quiz Quiz 1 Tuesday, Sept. 12 Chapter R Quiz 2 Tuesday, Sept. 19 Chapter 1 Quiz 3 Thursday, Sept. 28 Chapter 2 Quiz 4 Wednesday, Oct. 4 Chapter 3 Quiz 5 Tuesday, Oct. 10 Chapter 4 Quiz 6 Thursday, Oct Quiz 7 Thursday, Oct Quiz 8 Thursday, Nov Quiz 9 Tuesday, Nov Quiz 10 Tuesday, Nov. 21 Chapter 7 Quiz 11 Tuesday, Nov. 28 Chapter 8 Quiz 12 Friday, Dec. 8 Semester Review Exam Date Material covered on exam Exam 1 Wednesday, Sept. 20 Chapter R and Chapter 1 Exam 2 Wednesday, Oct. 11 Chapter 2, 3, and 4 Exam 3 Wednesday, Nov. 8 Chapters 5 and 6 Exam 4 Wednesday, Nov. 29 Chapters 7 and 8 Page 3 of 10

4 The role of ALEKS in MTH 1825 Who or What is ALEKS? ALEKS is a web based software that is the centerpiece of the MTH 1825 online course. It is integrated with the course textbook, so you will find many textbook resources available within ALEKS as you work. ALEKS has access to pdf files, video lecture files as well as the ALEKS explanation. By using ALEKS, you can track the course material you have mastered AND take timed quizzes as preparation for Exams. Where do I register? On the ALEKS homepage at You will receive a separate document for registering, but the starting point is the New Student? link. You will need your 20 digit account number that came with this textbook and the 10 digit course code that will be specific to your section. After you register with ALEKS (instructions in a separate document) you will be assigned a Login name and password. Use these to login to ALEKS on the homepage at If you have any issues with registering, the website to use is This will list the most common issues facing students when they are starting ALEKS. It also lists ALEKS contact information for more complicated technical questions. Page 4 of 10

5 STARTING IN ALEKS Once you have logged into ALEKS, it will begin leading you through the opening pages. Here is your opening screen: Click on Next to advance to 2 more screens. After that, ALEKS will guide you through a short tutorial about navigating the ALEKS environment. ALEKS Tools Tutorial You will then take a ALEKS tools tutorial. This will show you how to answer problems in ALEKS using the tools palette. Click on Get Started to take the Tools Tutorial. Alright, looks like a made it! Page 5 of 10

7 ALEKS Main Page Colored areas represent topics I have mastered from the assessment. Gray areas represent topics yet to be completed. Those are tackled when you Start My Path. Important features are on the main page are: Which shows you where you stand overall in the course. Start my Path window: Which shows how you master topics over time. This shows you what chapter(s) the class is currently working on, the number of topics completed in the Chapter, and the due date and time. Clicking on Start my Path begins your work. Page 7 of 10

8 Working in ALEKS Your first page is an example of a topic from Chapter R that ALEKS feels you are ready to tackle. Ready to tackle the problem that ALEKS gives you? Click on Start to work on the topic ALEKS has selected for you to work on.( Don t like the explanation? Click on Another Explanation when it is offered. ) You will then fill out the answer in ALEKS just like in the tutorial. NOTE!* You NEED a notebook(s) when working in ALEKS to record work. As you work on topics write down the Chapter, topic name and problem type. Since you will see a number of different problems, you need the notebook to reference your work in the Math Learning Center or with your TA s. Page 8 of 10

9 Additional Tools to help in ALEKS Want more tools to help understand the material? Go to the Right hand side of the page. Here you may find: A Calculator -You are expected to have a handheld one this is also available. See first page. This button opens a dialog box. Here you may access the e-book section to the topic, video lectures or notes from the instructor. This button indicates there is a short video lecture on the topic. Audio learners should check these out. A dictionary, for definitions on topics we are working on. A button to send an to your instructor if you really don t see what you are doing wrong. If you find your topic too scary at the time, you can choose another one. Don t like factoring just yet? Click on the arrow pointing down from the topic, and other topics you are ready to tackle will show up. Page 9 of 10

10 ALEKS Main Menu The main menu icon is set up like a smart phone. Clicking on options. gives you a drop down menu that lists diferent From here you can review your standing in the Class, your grades, check for class and access an e-book version of your textbook. Quizzes can be accessed by clicking on assignments on this menu. Page 10 of 10

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