US History I Syllabus

A syllabus is a document that a teacher or professor writes and distributes to provide students with an overview of an academic course. The syllabus is usually distributed on the first day of class. It contains several parts:

  • The course title and meeting times
  • The name of the teacher and his/her contact information
  • Expectations and attendance policies
  • Topics and chapters covered
  • Test dates
  • Other relevant dates
  • Grading policy
  • Required texts and other supplies

The syllabus is your key to success. Use the syllabus as a time management tool in conjunction with your daily planner.

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