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Its focus is on the nature, causes and effects of drug use and addiction. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 1. Explain the effects of stimulants, depressants, hallucinogens and other commonly abused drugs on the body, mind and behavior. 2. Describe the physical, emotional, psychological and social nature of use, abuse and addiction. 3. Describe popular beliefs and government policies related to addiction and society(s response to it. BASIC EXPECTATIONS 1) Attend Class 2) Read power points in advance 3) Take notes 4) Ask questions Recommended Text: Kuhn, Swartzwelder & Wilson Buzzed. 2nd ed. NY: WW Norton OR Inaba & Cohen(s Uppers downers and allarounders (5th edition or higher) (not in bookstore) MANDATORY POWER POINTS will be handed out in class. It is expected that students will review the forthcoming 12-15 slides PRIOR to each class. Students must be aware that lecture elaboration is crucial and note-taking is ESSENTIAL! Confidentiality Policy: Some students may choose to share personal information regarding themselves, family, or friends. Therefore, all students are to keep what is said in the classroom in strict confidence and respect the feelings and beliefs of other class members. Diversity Policy: Students are encouraged to contribute their perspectives and insights to class discussions. However, offensive language (swearing) and remarks offensive to others of particular nationalities, ethnic groups, sexual preferences, religious groups, genders or other ascribed statuses cannot be tolerated. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Grades will be based on scores earned thru attendance and three exams. GRADING SUMMARY Attendance 50 A= 90-100% = 360 - 400 Test 1 100 B= 80-89.9 = 320 - 359.9 Test 2 100 C= 70-79.9 = 280 - 219.9 Final 150 D= 60-69.9 = 240 - 279.9 400 points possible F = 00-59.9 = 000 - 239.9 EXAMINATIONS: Tests/exams may consist of multiple choice, matching, fill-in-the-box, true/false, short essay and/or definition items. Test 1 is tentatively set for Feb. 19th, and test 2 for March 31st. Both are worth 100 points. The final exam is valued at 150 points and will be given on Thursday May 14th at 10:30 AM in the normal classroom. Students must bring #2 pencils to exams, scantron forms are supplied by the instructor. Areas deemed weak on the first exams will be represented on the final as will ideas/themes/principals/terms that recur throughout the entire course. ATTENDANCE: Attendance is a fundamental component of the course, especially in the summer. Attendance will be taken at least once each day and 2.0 points assigned for each Full Class attended. A late roll will be used for those not present for the main roll. Late roll sign-ins will get half credit(1 point). Attendance cannot be (made up( regardless of the reason for absence: Sorry, NO EXCEPTIONS regardless of reason. Excuses are used only for test days. Students are personally responsible for recording their name on the daily attendance sheet. Up to 58 points may be earned thru attendance but only 50 are counted into the course requirements meaning that up to8 points extra credit can be earned via attendance. (Attendance is not taken May 7th, in accordance with UNT policy.) DISABLED STUDENTS: The Department of Rehabilitation, Social Work, and Addictions is committed to full academic access for all qualified students, including those with disabilities. In keeping with this commitment and in order to facilitate equality of educational access, faculty members in the department will make reasonable accommodations for qualified students with a disability, such as appropriate adjustments to the classroom environment and the teaching, testing, or learning methodologies when doing so does not fundamentally alter the course. If you have a disability, it is your responsibility to obtain verifying information from the Office of Disability Accommodation (ODA) and to inform me of your need for an accommodation. Requests for accommodation must be given to me no later than the first week of classes for students registered with the ODA as of the beginning of the current semester. If you register with the ODA after the first week of classes, your accommodation requests will be considered after this deadline. Grades assigned before an accommodation is provided will not be changed. Information about how to obtain academic accommodations can be found in UNT Policy 18.1.14, at www.unt.edu/oda, by visiting the ODA in Room 321 of the University Union or by calling 940.565.4323. Other Policies 1) Disruptive behavior, such as chronic tardiness, newspaper reading or carrying on conversations, is not tolerated. Please do not eat during class. 2) Students arriving late for class should enter thru the rear door and use the SIDE AISLE to locate the first available seat while making every effort to minimize disruption. 3) Cell phones may not be used at any time, in any way during class. They must be turned off before class begins - NO EXCEPTIONS! This means, students may not receive or send text messages or class. Cell phones are thus not to be handled or displayed during class. Handling a cell phone will be interpreted as use. Failure to abide by this policy will result in up to 5 points being deducted from he student(s grade without notice. 4) Laptop/notebook computers are often distracting to other students. Those wishing to use such devices must sit in either the very back row of the class or the extreme front row farthest from the door. These devices may be used ONLY for taking notes in class. Any other use of such a device(e.g., reading material from other courses, web surfing, checking email) will result in a loss of 5 points and the privilege of using the device for the duration of the semester. 5) All test/exam questions are retained by the instructor. All other materials are returned to students as soon as they are graded. Students should retain these materials until they receive their official final grades. 6) Grades are revealed/discussed only in person under laws protecting student confidentiality. 7) Students are required to bring a number 2 pencil with a good (clean) eraser for each test/exam. 8) Incompletes (I's) can be given only if a student is "unable to complete their academic responsibilities" for medical (disease or injury) or legal reasons (jury duty, U.S. military service) or other "extraordinary( reasons for a significant period of time that can be documented in writing on letterhead with a verifiable signature. The university requires that 70% of the class be completed before an Incomplete can be considered. 9) Make-up exams require written documentation of the circumstances that led to students( inability to take the exam and should be requested in advance whenever possible. Tests delayed more than three days will be made-up using a different, more essay oriented, format. 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