BCOT 131 TRADITIONAL ONLINE
|COURSE:||BCOT 131 TRADITIONAL ONLINE|
|INSTRUCTOR:||Mageya R. Sharp|
|REQUIREMENTS:||Word software; Computer with Pentium I-IV; CD ROM drive; modem or direct network connection to an ISP; Internet Service Provider (ISP); an established E-mail address; E-mail program to write, send, receive, and read mail; ability to use E-mail; sound card (recommended).|
|STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:||
1. Students develop keyboarding skills of alpha, numeric, and symbol keys using the touch-type process.
2. Students key and format a business letter, distinguishing between block, modified-block, and personal styles.
3. Students key and format a memo with/without an attachment.
4. Students format business reports--one-page, multi-page, and bound reports with/without footnotes, side headings, and paragraph headings.
5. Students format and key an academic report with a list.
6. Students key and format tables in boxed, open, and ruled styles.
7. Students key and format preliminary report pages--title page, table of contents, and an outline.
8. Students key and format employment documents--letter of application, resume, job application, and follow-up letter.
9. Students demonstrate keyboarding speed and efficiency in a five-minute timed writing.
|GRADING:||The final grade will be determined from class work
assignments, timed writing, and exams.
|LAB:||There will be 15 sets of classwork lab assignments, each worth 20 points. All assignments must be turned in complete and on time to receive full credit. Incomplete lessons (that have been completed and resubmitted for credit) and assignments that are late will receive half credit points. 300 Points|
|TIMED WRITINGS:||Timed writings will be based on the three best 5' TW's with a 5-error maximum.
A = 45+ GWAM (50 PTS.)
|EXAMS:||Three exams will be given; one exam will be dropped. NO MAKEUPS. Each exam will be worth 75 points. 150 Points|
|Academic honesty is taken very seriously in this class. Any breach of this policy will result in an "F" grade for the specific work in question and/or a failing grade in the course and/or any options as delineated in the Cerritos College Academic Honesty/Dishonesty Policy.|
Last Update: December 19, 2012