You don’t need prior bowling experience for this course.
When you have successfully completed this course, you should be able to do the following:
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The information contained in this course is the only text required for this course. You will also need access to a bowling alley for this course.
This course will allow you to learn bowling skills without having to demonstrate in front of an onsite instructor. There are five units, each unit containing various lessons. There is an assignment you should submit at the end of each unit. Also, you will submit a portfolio assignment after Unit 5. You must bowl fifteen games to pass this course. A written final exam will be given after you’ve completed all of the units in this course.
These are ungraded questions to help you check your mastery of the discussion material before completing graded assignments.
Several learning experiences are outlined for each unit. For the learning experiences, you are required to bowl a specified number of games for each unit. You will be required to bowl a minimum of fifteen games to complete the course. All games you wish to submit for grading must have your pin totals and averages on them. It is important that you bowl the specified number of games required at the end of each unit in order for you to improve your scores. Do not wait until the end of the course to bowl the required games. To pass this course, you must submit all official scoring sheets from the bowling alley for each game you bowled for each unit. The official scoring sheets will be grouped together and submitted after Unit 5.
Bowling score sheets will not be returned to you. These cannot be resubmitted for a better grade; however, you may bowl more than the required games and only submit the best fifteen scores.
Unit quizzes appear at the end of each unit. The assignments consist of a series of multiple-choice questions about the discussion material in each unit. You may submit only three assignments in a seven-day period.
The final exam for this course is comprehensive and consists of objective, scoring, and aiming questions that are related to the lesson outcomes, reading assignments, and unit quizzes.You must pass the final exam to pass the course.
To pass the course, you must also successfully complete each of the assignments. Your final grade for this course will be weighted according to the following scales:
|Assignments||Weight of Final Grade|
|Five unit quizzes (each worth 8 percent)||40%|
|Bowling games (you must bowl fifteen games, score cards to be submitted for unit)||30%|
|Final Exam (you must score 60 percent or higher to pass the final)||30%|
|E (fail)||59% or below|
For the last assignment in the course, you will submit an electronic copy of all the official scoring sheets from the bowling alley for each game you bowled for each unit. Here is the grade breakdown for bowling scores:
|A||120 and above|
|E (fail)||69 and below|
The grading scale is based on an average score from the fifteen games you will bowl. If you score above a 120 for one game you will not get an A grade—you will need an average score above 120 from fifteen games in order to get an A grade, between 100 and 120 to get a B grade, etc.
Note: You can get a computer printout of your score card from your bowling alley, but you will generally need to tell them before you bowl your game that you would like a printout. You cannot resubmit bowling score cards to improve your grade.
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Summary: 5 computer-graded assignments and 1 instructor-graded assignment, may be resubmitted once for a fee
Because of the nature of your assignments, you are required to receive a 60% or higher on all instructor graded assignments in order to pass the course. The instructor graded unit for your course is unit 6. If you receive below a 60% on an instructor graded assignment:
If ANY part of Unit 6 Portfolio is missing, the instructor will post at E (0%) for the unit. Students will have to resubmit the unit with all the missing parts and pay a fee to do so. Students can do this after the final is requested (but not taken), only if they got a 0% on Unit 6. Only failed units can be resubmitted after ordering, but before taking, the final exam.
Summary: 1 proctored, computer-graded exam, may retake once for a fee, must pass to earn credit for the course
You must pass the final exam with a score of sixty percent or higher in order to pass this course. If you fail the final exam, you may retake the exam once for a fee. If you need to retake an exam, contact the Independent Study office.
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