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MATH 3000W pivovarovp : Introduction to Advanced Mathematics - Writing Intensive
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Proposal Type
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Writing Intensive
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pivovarovp
First Name:
Peter
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Pivovarov
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pivovarovp@missouri.edu
Phone:
573/884-7324
Department:
Mathematics
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Course Catalog Information
Academic Unit:
A&S
Subject area:
Mathematics (MATH)
Subject (Hiden for filtering CWP committee)
Mathematics
Course number:
3000W
Minimum credits:
Credit hours:
3
Maximum credits:
Expected enrollment:
15
Full course title:
Introduction to Advanced Mathematics - Writing Intensive
Catalog description:
Gateway to theoretical math courses. Focus on reading and writing math proofs/rigorously developing background needed in Adv Calc/Abstract Alg. Topics include logic, set theory, properties of functions and integers, the real number system, completeness of the real numbers, sequences of real numbers.
General education:
Mathematical Science
Components:
Lecture/Standard
Grading option:
A-F (allow student to choose S/U option)
Prerequisites:
Consent of Department required.
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Prerequisites or Corequisites:
Recommended:
MATH 1700.
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Instructor Information
Instructor User ID:
pivovarovp
First Name:
Peter
Last Name:
Pivovarov
E-mail:
pivovarovp@missouri.edu
Phone:
573/884-7324
Department
Mathematics
Employee ID:
(numbers only)
Faculty rank:
Tenure Line Assistant Professor
Campus address:
304 Math Sci Bldg
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The Campus Writing Program conducts a two-day faculty workshop to assist with the design and implementation of your writing intensive course. Once your course proposal has been approved by the Campus Writing Program, you will receive information on time, date and location of the workshop.
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Writing Intensive Course Information
WI course overview:
This course is a gateway to theoretical math courses. The focus is on reading and writing mathematical proofs and rigorously developing background needed for Advanced Calculus and Abstract Algebra. Topics include logic, set theory, properties of functions and integers, the real number system, completeness of the real numbers, sequences of real numbers.
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Writing Intensive Assignments
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Assignment title:
All Assignments
Purpose:
Three writing-intensive homework assignments will be revised based on instructor feedback, and resubmitted. Since mathematical language tends to be concise, the length of the initial draft of each of these assignments will be 2-3 pages. I will evaluate each draft, and provide written feedback as well as the opportunity for discussion and clarification. The revised drafts will be approximately 3-4 pages. The final revision should contain model solutions to all problems and the emphasis will be on clarity and quality of presentation and mathematically sound reasoning. There will also be three non-revised homework assignments, each approximately 2-3 pages of written work to be graded by the instructor. These more traditional homework assignments will focus more on the actual mathematics and problems solving skills, although clarity and quality of presentation will also be graded. There will be two midterms and a final exam. Each midterm will be designed to require at least two pages of concise mathematical writing by students, and the cumulative final at least four pages. Since the in-class exams will be completed under time limits where students may not have time to revise points of style and mathematical conciseness, the mathematical correctness will be the dominant factor for grading the exams. The cumulative final will include problems that are very similar to some of the problems on the midterm exams and writing assignments
Length of assignment:
First Draft #
pages
words
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18
First Draft Evaluator:
Revised Draft(s) #
pages
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12
Revision Evaluator
Total length of assignment:
40
Total pages for all assignments:
First drafts:
Total # of pages:
18.00
Revisions:
Total # of pages:
12.00
Total # of pages for all assignments:
40.00
Additional comments regarding assignments:
Writing Intensive Teaching
Method for teaching revision:
Peer review
Other method for teaching revision:
If your writing assignments include group writing, please explain how individual work is assessed:
Explain briefly the nature of the assignment(s) which address(es) a question for which there is more than one acceptable interpretation, explanation, analysis, or evaluation:
In solving the given mathematical problems and writing proofs of mathematical statements and theorems, students are free to choose their own approach, provided they produce logically sound arguments and correct mathematical reasoning. Since the course emphasizes deductive reasoning to obtain correct solutions and structure sound arguments, critical thinking is an essential component
Explain how the writing is distributed throughout the semester:
evenly throughout the semester
Percent of course grade determined by writing-intensive assignments?
40
%
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Estimated number of TAs or graders:
0
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