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Unformatted text preview: SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION OF FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS SYLLABUS ART 236T1/THHISTORY OF WOMEN ARTISTS Fall Quarter 2005 (3 Credit Hours) INSTRUCTOR: Kelly Joslin E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org (Please use e-mail to contact the instructor. ) ART DEPARTMENT OFFICE: 13-201 (Bldg. 13, Second Floor, Room 201) TELEPHONE: (937) 512-3170 This video lecture course was created by Dr. Sally A. Struthers, Dean of The Fine & Performing Arts Division, Sinclair Community College. , NOTE: Every student now has an e-mail account provided free of charge via Sinclairs new portal- my.sinclair . Sinclair intends to begin communicating important information and news exclusively using these accounts by fall 2004. At the end of the quarter a grade report will be emailed to all students by way of their my.sinclair email address. During the FIRST WEEK of the quarter, send an introductory e-mail message to Ms. Joslin at email@example.com . Students who fail to contact Ms. Joslin as requested will not receive important course announcements and updates. Carefully review the ENTIRE Syllabus and keep it for future reference. It is the students responsibility to review all course-related policies, important dates, and information regarding assignments. If you have a question, consult your Syllabus FIRST . If the syllabus does not answer your question, please contact Ms. Joslin via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org . IMPORTANT DATES: (Winter Quarter: January 3-March 20, 2005) Fri., April 15 Summary Journal #1 Due. Fri., May 6 Summary Journal #2 Due. Fri., May 27 Summary Journal #3 Due. Fri., June 3 Term Paper Due. COURSE DESCRIPTION A history of women artists from the Middle Ages to the present day, with emphasis on the history of style and womens historical roles. COURSE OBJECTIVES Video lectures, assigned readings, and library research will enable the student to recognize and to appreciate womens roles and achievements in the history of art. The student will actively engage critical thinking and communication skills in the formal analysis and interpretation of these achievements in terms of the history of art and specific period styles. 2 TEXT (Required) Whitney Chadwick, Women, Art, and Society , 3 rd edition. SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS Library resources, audio-visual aids. TEACHING METHODS ART 236 Video Lectures, assigned readings, library research. METHOD OF GRADING Course Requirements: Grade Scale: Summary Journal #1. . . . . .25% 90-100%=A Summary Journal #2. . . . . .25% 80- 89%=B Summary Journal #3. . . . . .25% 70- 79%=C Term Paper. . . . . . . . . . . . .25% 60- 69%=D 0- 59%=F ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION: Two options are available for assignment submission. Please review the following options carefully. Assignments MUST be submitted as electronic documents OR via the U.S. Postal Service. Assignments submitted in any other manner will not be accepted for credit....
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