ESPM 50 - Extra credit - assignment sheet - F_10

ESPM 50 - Extra credit - assignment sheet - F_10 - ESPM 50...

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1 ESPM 50 – Extra Credit Fall 2010 Extra credit essays : Describe and analyze extra credit activities in a brief (typically 1-2 page) substantive essay that draws on course themes and concepts. There are many acceptable approaches to an extra credit essay, and you are encouraged to be creative. But you should be sure to demonstrate that you have truly engaged the subject by participating in the activity, thinking about it critically, and succinctly expressing your thoughts on it. You may, for instance, use material from course readings and lectures to challenge, support or elaborate upon an argument presented in an extra credit lecture, book, film or article. Or you may simply describe and reflect upon observations, impressions and unanswered questions that occur to you in response to a museum exhibit or cultural event. You may use images, audio and video recordings, objects of art or material culture, etc. to enhance (and in certain cases, substitute for) an extra credit essay. Extra credit is an opportunity for learning, fun, creativity, and exploration. Make the most of it! Gradin g: You may submit up to 5 separate extra credit assignments for a combined total of no more than 50 points, to be applied to your final course score. Submission and deadlines
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course ESPM 28984 taught by Professor Spreyer during the Fall '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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ESPM 50 - Extra credit - assignment sheet - F_10 - ESPM 50...

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