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Welcome to ADJ 21a. Lindsey J. Bertomen. introductions. lbertome@jafar.hartnell.edu Office: C222b Office Hours: MWF 1000-1100 TTH 0900-1000 Online phone: 831.755.6742. Course description.

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welcome to adj 21a

Welcome to ADJ 21a

Lindsey J. Bertomen

introductions
introductions
  • lbertome@jafar.hartnell.edu
  • Office: C222bOffice Hours: MWF 1000-1100
  • TTH 0900-1000 Online
  • phone: 831.755.6742
course description
Course description
  • A survey and analysis of the history, identification and characteristics of drugs of abuse. A basic study of the effects and concepts of drug use and the legal aspects of drug control.
course objectives
Course objectives
  • Develop an in-depth knowledge base of the subject matter with a concentration on what a Professional infield of corrections or enforcement needs to know
  • be able to conduct research
  • create and organize ideas and concepts
course objectives1
Course objectives
  • Enhance critical thinking process by examining their value system on subject matter in a lot of personal and group research and discussion
  • develop skill in the use of the library and Internet
  • improve ability to communicate verbally and in writing
  • enhance self image and gain confidence by defending views before an audience
work schedule
Work schedule
  • There are 18 weeks in this class and 18 chapters in the textbook
  • The weeks will loosely follow the chapters in the textbook.
  • Read one chapter a week.
short papers
short papers
  • Sept 28, 2007
  • Nov 2, 2007
what to expect from me
What to expect from me
  • regular assignments
  • regular quizzes
  • accessibility
  • fair grading
  • no surprises
  • candor
what to i expect from you
What to I expect from you
  • No surprises
  • candor
  • hard work
  • attendance
  • timely work
  • group effort
presentations
presentations
  • Two per group (200 points)
  • Requires written presentation notes
  • Tell them what you are going to tell them
  • tell them
  • tell them what you just told them
your presentation
Your presentation
  • 1st Presentation Summaries are due 14th
    • 1 page or PowerPoint
    • Roles of presenters
    • References
grading
grading
  • This is not an intro class
  • I will not correct your English or spelling, you will
  • content is important, not volume
grading1
grading
  • Presentations: 200 points
  • Quizzes/assignments(10): 500 points
  • short papers(2): 200 points
  • the final: 100 points
  • extra credit: as needed
  • total: 1000 points
grading2
grading
  • A 90%+
  • B 80%+
  • C 70%+
  • D 60%+
  • F below 60%
  • no one can pass this course without completing all of the portions of the course
plagiarism
Plagiarism
  • Plagiarism or any other cheating will be addressed according to Hartnell College policy.
  • Attendance: I adhere strictly to Hartnell’s attendance policy.
introductions1
introductions
  • Why are you taking this class?
  • What do you expect to get out of this class?
  • Form groups of 3-5