Monday Jan. 14th

Monday

Overview: Term Paper

March 27 - last day to turn in Term Paper if you want to make corrections.  Any papers turned in on or before March 27th will be returned and can be corrected and resubmitted at any time.  Papers submitted after the 27th will be graded and returned.  The grade on the paper is then final.

The paper must be two pages in length.  Page one will be facts you have researched on a given artist.  Page two will be your opinion of the artist and works.  You will be graded on spelling and grammar.  You will also be graded on your ability to separate fact from opinion.

The paper must be 10 point Times New Roman...because I said so. Site your sources.  NO WIKIPEDIA!

You must submit the paper on PAPER.  No digital copies will be accepted.

Overview: Blog

The blog will contain images that may appear on the test. They will appear as follows:


Artist: Alphonse Mucha
Title: "Princess Hyacinth"
Media: Lithograph
Link: http://www.muchafoundation.org/

There will be additional facts provided in class that you will be required to take notes on.  If the information is green, that means that it will be part of the image identification part of the test as seen below.


Artist: Alphonse Mucha
Title: "Princess Hyacinth"
Media: Lithograph

If something appears in red, then it will be included on the test, but not in the image identification portion of the test as seen below.


Artist: Alphonse Mucha
Title: "Princess Hyacinth"
Media: Lithograph

If something appears in any other color, I'm sleep deprived and in need of coffee.  Someone needs to go to Old Crown and buy me some 9th Degree of Darkness coffee grounds.

Links are purely for your own enjoyment.  If I do not mention it in class or if it isn't part of a reading assignment, it won't be on the test.

Overview: Tests

There will be a mid term and final.  The final only covers what is discussed from mid term on.  If you fail the mid term, speak with me about an extra writing assignment.  Tests will be given on a Monday.  The previous Wed. will be an open study time where you can use notes, the text or the internet to answer the questions.  That evening the questions and answers will be posted on line for you to study.

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