LGC 100 (S50)— Introduction to Practical Logic

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Final Exam and Final Grades
(12.17.05)

Here, unofficially, are final grades for the course:

LGC 100 (S50) Grades

You'll notice that some students greatly benefitted from the "weight B" rule described in the syllabus. For a few students, things worked out best under "weight A." In every case, the overall calculation was made to the greatest advantage of the individual student.



Time / Location:

Tuesdays, 6:00- 8:45 / Room 108

Instructor:
William Buschert <will.buschert@usask.ca>
Office:

At FNUC: Room L1, Mezzanine Level

At U of S: TR 9-4 (across Campus Drive from Arts, beside Health Sciences), 966-6955

Office Hours:
At FNUC: Tues. 5:30 - 6:00
At U of S: Wed. & Thurs. 2:30 - 3:30, or by appointment
Text:

Trudy Govier, A Practical Study of Argument, 6th Edition (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 2005).

In keeping with the new FNUC Saskatoon policy (which I happen to think is a seriously misguided policy), this text is available at Turning the Tide book store, 525 11th Street East (at Broadway, behind Lydia's), 955-3070.

You must obtain a copy of the textbook—it will be virtually impossible for you to pass the course without it. For students who absolutely cannot afford to purchase the textbook, several copies have been placed on reserve in the Library downstairs.

Additional readings and some materials used in class (e.g., overheads) may be made available on the course web site.

 



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Last Updated: December 29, 2005