|During most classes we will work on problems, in fact the
primary focus of the class will be on problems. You should work out an
individual answer to the assigned problems and be prepared to fully
participate in the class. You should read and think about the
unassigned problems since we will be working on many of them in class.
Your class participation grade will be effected about how well you
participate on both assigned problems and unassigned
problems for the class.
- single spaced
- 1 inch margins (right, Left, and bottom)
- .5 in margin Top
- 12 pt.
- Use Word, rft for electronic submission.
You should post your answer to Moodle by the time required. In general,
assignments are due the day before class. Only the
problem posted on Moodle will be graded. Not all assigned problems
will be graded. There will be at least 3 graded problems. Other
assigned problems will be assessed on a good faith basis. Graded
Problems will count for 70% of the problem grade. Other assigned
problems will count for 30% of the problem grade.
are due 5:00 pm the day before and should be posted in
YOU SHOULD BRING TWO COPIES of YOUR PROBLEM to CLASS. One copy
will be turned in during class. At the top of the page in the right
hand-corner place your name on the first line and on the second line
place the problem number and name. Problem
answers will be collected during class. No problems answer will be
accepted late (That is after class). No exceptions!
The problems turned in at class is "evidence" of your preparation for
class. The second copy is for you to use in your small group
discussion. You are not prepared for class if you don't have a copy of
your problem for your use during class.
each problem you should prepare your own answers BEFORE CLASS. Your problem answer should
reflect a good faith attempt to answer the question. In
structuring your answer to the extent possible use the following
- State a Conclusion to the Question(s) presented
- Identify relevant laws and other principles;
- Discuss the resolution of the problem including the legal,
social or other issues; applying laws and other principles appropriately; Use supporting information; Making
reasonable arguments and conclusions that are reasonable.
- Restate the Conclusion