Syllabus II does not share the optimistic assumptions of Syllabus I; thus it moves at a much slower pace and does not get through the entire book. However, it does cover all the basics of comprehension. My assumption overall is that instructors can probably create the syllabus that suits their needs by combining some elements of both syllabi.
Teachers are able to use a printout of the file directly for copying and distribution in classall they have to add are the course name and number as well as dates in the blanks left for that purpose.
Note: The syllabus is in the form of a .pdf file. To read and print this file, teachers will need to have the Acrobat Reader installed on their computer. The Reader can be downloaded for free from the Adobe website.
Last update of this page: July 21, 2004
Syllabus II (.pdf file)
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