Syllabus - Spring 2008

Syllabus - Spring 2008 - makeups must be made within 2 days...

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Music 412 Music in the Renaissance Spring 2008 SYLLABUS Meetings: 11:00–12:15 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2511 Mosse Humanities Building Instructor: David Crook, 5525 Humanities, phone 263-2361, email Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00–3:00 Grading: Class Participation (15%) One Research Paper, about ten pages in length (20%) Two Midterm Examinations (20% each) Final Examination (25%) Important Dates February 21 First Midterm Examination March 15–23 Spring Break April 8Second Midterm Examination April 17 Research Paper Due May 13 Final Examination, 12:25–2:25 pm Policies and Guidelines Weekly assignment sheets, readings, scores, and audio files for this course are available at Learn@UW. Since they will form the basis of our discussions, assignments should be completed BEFORE the class meeting on the date under which they are listed. Makeups for the examinations are given only in documented cases of hardship; arrangements for
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Unformatted text preview: makeups must be made within 2 days after the test, or the exam will be graded as F. Changes of schedule for the final exam (possible only when two exams fall within a 24-hour period) must be cleared through the Deans office. Papers should be typed, paginated, and double-spaced. They should also have margins of at least one inch on all sides. If you use someone elses work, that use should be properly documented; in other words, you should include footnotes and a list of Works Cited. The format of footnotes, the list of Works Cited, and other matters of style should be executed according to the instructions contained in a standard manual of style such as The Chicago Manual of Style, Kate L. Turabians A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertation, or The MLA Style Manual....
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