Course Evaluation of HU 213

SCIENCE AND LITERATURE


Who is your Instructor?
 
Enter the last name of your Course Instructor.  If there is more than one instructor, enter the lead or lecture instructor first:
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  Course Procedures and Policies  

A detailed course syllabus was provided at the beginning of the course.

Information on course requirements and assignments was provided at the beginning of the course.

The grading policy was stated in detail at the beginning of the course.

Instructor office hours were announced and generally kept.

  The Instructor  

Is well prepared for class

Knows thoroughly the material being taught

Gives clear and well organized lectures.

Speaks clearly and is understandable.

Encourages questions and discussions from students.

10 

Presents real-life applications of course material.

11 

Is helpful and willing to answer questions outside of class hours.

12 

Is aware when the class does not understand him/her.

13 

Motivates students to do their best work.

14 

Has a positive working relationship with students.

  Graded Assignments and Exams  
15 

Graded assignments and exams are returned within a week(for courses that meet several times a week) and within two weeks for courses that meet every other week.

16 

Solutions to assignments and exams are discussed and/or provided in class.

17 

Assignments are relevant to course material.

18 

The effort required to complete assignments is appropriate for the course.

19 

Exams accurately assess the studentís performance in the course.

20 

Exams required a reasonable amount of time to complete.

  Instructional Materials and Methods  
21 

The textbook provides good support for the course curriculum.

22 

The textbook has a good balance of theory and application.

23 

A variety of teaching methods was used for instruction.

24 

Multimedia resources are used in class for instruction.

25 

The syllabus, assignments, and/or other materials were made available on the internet.

26 

Internet resources were suggested to support course materials.

ABET - How well did you
 
A38 

Develop an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

A39 

Learn how to communicate effectively

A40 

Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context

A42 

Gain knowledge of contemporary issues

In this section how many of the questions were appropriate for this course


Course Specific - Objectives
 
Q27

Students will develop a working definition of science fiction, identifying the techniques, conventions, and concerns of the genre.

Q28

Students understand the definition of science fiction and are able to identify the techniques, conventions, and concerns of the genre.

Q29

Students will learn how the elements of literature (polt, setting, character, point of view, tone, style, structure, and symbolism) contribute to the theme of a text.

Q30

Students have learned how the elements of literature (plot, setting, character, point-of-view, tone, style, structure, and symbolism) contribute to the theme of a text.

Q31

Students will be able to discover and analyze the themes and techniques of a work of science fiction.

Q32

Students have learned how to discover and analyze the themes and techniques of a work of science fiction.

Q33

Students will understand how science fiction writers use science fiction scenerios to comment on contemporary science and society.

Q34

Students should be able to write effectively about science fiction texts (both literature and film) in both informal reading responses and formal essays.

Q35

Students have learned how to write effectively about science fiction texts (both literature and film) in both informal reading responses and formal essays.

In this section how many of the questions were appropriate for this course


  Compared to Other Courses at Polytechnic  
37 

The course is difficult.

38 

The pace of the course is about right.

39 

The size of the class is about right.

  Overall Evaluations  
40 

My overall rating for this course is:

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My overall rating for this instructor is:

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