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How to benefit from Dr. Chase's courses:
- You are required to read the textbook assignments in your syllabus.
- Listen carefully to Dr. Chase's lectures. They do not necessarily follow the textbook format. When in doubt, lecture information takes precedence over the textbook. Dr. Chase covers material that is NOT in the textbook and/or may be poorly explained in the textbook.
- ATTEND CLASS REGULARLY. If you miss all or part of a class, you miss important information that you may not be able to find in the textbook AND most likely WILL be on the exam. You receive points for class attendance and have points deducted for absences, leaving early, or coming in late.
- This is not a "module" course. Dr. Chase writes his own lectures. He does not use the pre-packaged material written by the textbook manufacturer.
- Pay attention in class. You won't learn anything by updating your Facebook page, checking your email, or doing other non-class activities.
- Participate in class. Participation adds to learning and makes the class more interesting.
- Complete your assignments and pass them in on time. Answer questions thoroughly. One or two sentence answers are not sufficient. If you quote sources, say so. Use the information from Dr. Chase’s lectures as your primary source and the textbook secondary. Do not just look it up on the Internet. Do not use Wikipedia as a source.