Course Syllabus

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Course Description and Prerequisites | Course Objectives | Course Requisite Technical Skills | Time Expectation | Textbooks and Materials | Course Grading | Course Policies | Student Rights & Responsibilities | Overview of Assignments | Taking Proctored Assessments Your Email Account | Student ResourcesAccommodation Policy and Statements | NOVA Online Policies and Procedures | Course Summary (Assignment Schedule and Critical Dates)


Course Title: ARA 102 - Beginning Arabic II (4 Credits)

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Course Description and Prerequisites

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Course Objectives

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Time Expectation

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Course Requisite Technical Skills

In order to succeed in this online course, you must be comfortable working with technology. At a minimum, you must possess the following technical skills:

  • Ability to use the Internet in an effective and efficient manner, including installation and management of browser plug-ins and add-ons.
  • Basic knowledge about the operation of a computer, file management, and software installation.
  • Working knowledge of the Canvas learning management system.
  • Proficient searching the web for information
  • Able to download and print information from websites
  • Able to download, view, and/or print PDF files

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Textbooks and Materials

Required Textbooks

 

Acquiring Textbooks and Course Materials

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Course Grading

Your course grade will be determined by according to the following assignments and percentages.

 

Assignment Percentage of Grade
Homework

35

Quizzes

15

Discussions

15

Exams 1 & 2 (proctored assessments) 20
Exam 3 (proctored assessment) 15

 

NOVA Online courses have a requirement for proctored assessments to maintain compliance with our accreditation standards and the Higher Education Act’s identify verification requirements for online courses. College-wide, proctored assessments prove identity so students must show overall passing levels on the proctored assessments in order to pass an online course. In this online course, the average of all proctored assessment scores must be a passing percentage (60 percent) in order for you to pass the course regardless of your scores on other graded activities. Please contact your instructor if you require any clarification on this proctored assessment policy.

Your final grade will be based on the following scale.

 

Grade Percent
A 90-100
B 80-89
C 70-79
D 60-69
F 0-59

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Course Policies

Attendance Policy: 

NOVA Online's policy requires students to submit an assignment by a certain date so that you let us know that you are still interested.

First Assignment Due Date is: Feb 20. If you fail to turn in any item by Feb 20, you will be dropped from the class. 

Students are encouraged to meet with the faculty virtually at least once. However, students will not lose any grade if they wish not to participate in the meetings.

 

Grading Turnaround Time:

All completed assignments will be graded no later than seven days after the due date, and sooner when possible.

 

Late Work Policy: 

Please be aware that this course is designed in a way that allows you to learn materials one item/step at a time. I highly recommend that you do all the assignments on time. I understand that there are times when you need extra time to complete. You may turn in late work one week (7 days) after the due date. Thus, if the assignment is due on (3/1) late date is (3/8). Should you need more time, please contact me via email, and explain your reason. 

Quizzes: In order to do well on your exams, it is important that you complete the quizzes before the Exam. Doing your homework and taking the quizzes before the exam will help you in the Exam. However, I will accept Late Quizzes that are turned in by April 22.

Exams: You must take the exam on time. Students who need extra time must have reasonable excuses such as health issue, family emergency, or court order. 

At any time a student requests to take an exam after the due date, including Incomplete, the student will only be allowed to take the portion of the Exam and be graded on questions that are in Lockdown browser which are graded through automated systems. All other attachments or answers of questions that are required to be graded by the faculty will be given a zero. 

Class ends xx, but you must take the Final Exam before the end of that date. Testing Centers are not open, you will take the exam at home, via Zoom.

 

Incomplete Policy:

Withdraw from the Course

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Student Rights & Responsibilities

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Overview of Assignments

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Taking Proctored Assessments

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Your Email Account

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Student Resources

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Accommodation Policy and Statements

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NOVA Online Policies and Procedures

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Course Summary:

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