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Dr. Chamberlin's Model Online Course

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

COURSE DESCRIPTION

COURSE GUIDELINES - TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. General Information
  2. Learning Outcomes
  3. Textbook Requirements
  4. Computer and Internet Requirements
  5. Course Web Sites and Online Tools
  6. Cybernauts Mailing List
  7. E-Mail Rules of Conduct
  8. U.S. Mail or Campus Mail
  9. Course Syllabus
  10. Course of Studies - How It Works
  11. Assignments - Introductions and Learning Styles
  12. Assignments - Group Thought Questions
  13. Quizzes and Exams
  14. Extra Credit - Map the Nautilus!
  15. Course of Studies - Summary
  16. Student-Teacher Contract of Understanding

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TUTORIALS
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne

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TUTORIAL ONE - Part 1, Chapter One: A Moving Reef

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  1. Introduction
  2. Learning Outcomes
  3. Lesson 1: The Novel
    1. A Moving Reef
    2. text version | audio version | short movie clip
    3. Formative Assessment 1
  4. Lesson 2: The Science
    1. Science versus Sensationalism
    2. text version | audio version | short movie clip
    3. Formative Assessment 2
  5. Lesson 3: Keywords
    1. Nautical terms
    2. Scientific terms
    3. Geographical terms
    4. Formative Assessment 3
  6. Lesson 4: Thinking Deep
    1. Thought Questions
    2. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Discussion Board
  7. Lesson 5: Activities
    1. Hands-On Activity: Map the Nautilus!
    2. WebQuest
  8. Additional Resources
  9. Final Assessment