Art Syllabus - SYLLABUS Peru State College ART206 ART...

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SYLLABUS Peru State College ART206: ART APPRECIATION Syllabus – Spring – 2010 Instructor: Josh Anderson Email Address: [email protected] Course Meets: 3 Credits Online January 11 – March 5, 2010 Required Textbook: Living with Art – Eighth Edition by Mark Getlein http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073190764/student_view0/index.html Course Description & Objectives The objective of the course is to provide information and experience that will allow increased understanding and appreciation of the visual arts and architecture throughout history and in the present. Expectations & Instructional Approach Chapter Reading and Lecture: Selected textbook chapters will be covered as weekly reading assignments with additional reading from the historical section of the book (see Course Schedule). Lecture material will be posted to supplement the reading. Thirteen chapters will be covered with supplemental reading for each chapter. Chapter Discussion Questions: Chapter discussion questions will be posted on the discussion board. Students will post relevant material on the discussion board with a requirement of three postings minimum. There will be fifteen discussion questions. Discussion questions will be posted Monday morning and be available through the following Sunday until 11:55 P.M.* To receive credit all associated postings must be completed during the week the questions are posted. One discussion board grade will be dropped and the remaining fourteen will be averaged to determine the discussion board average grade. Chapter Online Field Trips: The students will take online field trips associated with the chapter reading. There will be fourteen total field trips. Online field trips will have posted guides with questions to be answered by the student. Online field trip questions will be posted Monday morning and be available through the following Sunday until 11:55 P.M.* All guide questions must be answered during the week they are assigned to receive credit for the field trips. Guide answers must be submitted by Sunday at 11:55 P.M.* Responses, with numbers corresponding to the questions, will be typed in the box provided. No attachments will be accepted for the field trips. It is the student’s responsibility to submit work in the required format. Work that cannot be read will not receive credit. One field trip grade will be dropped and the remaining thirteen will be averaged to determine the field trip average grade. Weekly Quizzes: Weekly quizzes over assigned reading will be given. Quizzes will be timed. Fifteen minutes will be allowed to take the quizzes. There will be a one-point penalty for each minute you go past the 15-minute time limit. Twenty multiple-choice questions will be used.
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There will be only one opportunity to take each quiz and no make-up quizzes will be given.
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