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Syllabus DesignI graduated from University this last quarter. I don’t have much to show from it, physically, but I benefited immensely intellectually. However, the one item that I do still have in my possession, as a token of courses taken, is the syllabus from most courses. The syllabus is the one item that acts as a physical proof of the courses that were taken during a 4 year term. The reason that I held onto these slips or packets of paper was because throughout the class they acted as an organizational tool to keep me on course, they answered questions as they arose, and they let me know what was expected of me. As a student the syllabus was an important tool, though I do not think that all professors realize the importance of a well written and well organized syllabus. The syllabus is the first thing that should be handed out on the first day of class. It gives the student something to reference as far as goals of the course, what information will be covered, and even what books or materials should be purchased. Thus, a professor or teacher should consider what the goal for their class is, and then tailor their syllabus along a logical path which arrives at that goal. As Sinor and Kaplan write in their article “Creating Your Syllabus” having goals clearly stated not