Exam 1 Study Sheet Mon PM Fall 2010

Exam 1 Study Sheet Mon PM Fall 2010 - HAA 130 PRINCIPLES OF...

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HAA 130: PRINCIPLES OF EUROPEAN ART EXAM 1 STUDY SHEET Instructor: Dr. Joseph Socki -- [email protected] Prehistoric through Byzantine EXAM FORMAT The first exam is scheduled for Monday, October 4. You will have a maximum of 90 minutes to complete the exam. The exam is worth 200 points (25% of your final course grade). There are Six Parts to the exam: o Image ID – Identify images with period, title and artist (when known) – 45 points o Multiple Choice Questions with Images – answer questions about the images based on information from our textbook and from class lectures – 50 points o Comparison / Contrast Essay – write a short essay comparing and contrasting a pair of images – 35 points o Short Essay – answer a question with a short essay – 30 points o Architecture Diagrams – label plans, sections, details, etc. of architectural works – 15 points o Vocabulary Matching – match terms and their definitions – 25 points You are only responsible for the images and vocabulary listed on the following pages. Exam is “closed book” – no notes are allowed. Any instances of cheating will result in an automatic failure on the exam. Make-up exams will be scheduled only in extraordinary circumstances** and at the sole discretion of the instructor traffic, weather, or minor illnesses are not acceptable excuses – plan to take the exam on the date and time shown above. All exams must be complete in 90 minutes – no exceptions ! If you are late to class, you simply will have less time to complete the exam! SAMPLE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS Slide 3 1. This work is from which period? A. Egyptian – New Kingdom B. Aegean – Mycenaean C. Greek – Geometric
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