Course Syllabus: 349 Marine Biology and The Chesapeake Bay
Second Semester: 2002 - 2003
Instructor: Mr. Larry Wineke
The student will still follow the First Semester Syllabus, but with the following amendments:
I will be using
these textbooks as supplemental materials for notes.
The student may want to get copies ( optional ).
Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Chesapeake Bay by
Deane Winegar. Published by
Longstreet Press, Inc., First printing 2000.
The History of an Ecosystem, Discovering the
Chesapeake edited by Curtin, Brush, and Fisher. The John Hopkins University Press, published 2001.
ISBN: 0-8018-6468-2 (pbk.)
Turning the Tide by Tom Horton and William M.
Eichbaum. Chesapeake Bay
Foundation. Island Press, 1991.
ISBN: 1-55963-100-7 (pbk. :alk. paper)
Bay Country by Tom Horton. 1994. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore and London.
ISBN 0-8018-4874 - X ( pbk. )
Dancing with the Tide, Waterman of the Chesapeake by Mick Blackistone.
ISBN 0 - 87033 - 532 - 4
= 20 % ( 2 hrs., 100 MC and
T/F, 25 Essays = total points 200 )
Student MUST have a minimum GPA of 90 % for the second semester.
= 15 %
( same kind as first semester )
= 25 % ( see below )
= 15 % ( info in seminar )
= 10 % ( see list below )
= 10 % ( Internet Research, Text Questions, Readings, CQs, ESG )
= 5 %
( same as first semester )
All collected work MUST be typed.
Read and take notes on Chapters 6 and 8 only.
Answer the questions at the end of each chapter,
challenge questions, and complete exam study guides.
CLOSED book/notes Tests will be given
Read entire book and take notes. CLOSED
book/notes Tests will be
given on books information.
Topical assignments. Find
article, summarize and present to class.
A topic for research will be assigned and then discussed during seminar.
Participation will be graded.
Required. See Mr. Wineke for
topic and style of presentation approval.
Group work, 2 members max.
anything that relates to the Chesapeake Bay.
12 minutes max.
Style of Presentation power point, self-produced
video, other by approval.
Do not read from screen !!!!!
Grade = zero.
For a good grade:
be original, informative, articulate, stay on time, organized.
Cost: $ 10 each
UMBI Plankton in the Bay
Cost: $ 10 each
Both April 15 CBMM ( St. Michaels, MD. ) Cost: $ 24.00
Both May 5 Days Cove Cost: $5.00
Each fieldtrip will require a typed report submitted
for a grade.
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