DNY.Fall2011. assignments(1)

DNY.Fall2011. assignments(1) - DNY Assignments Fall 2011...

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DNY –Assignments Fall 2011 Assignments: During the course of the semester you will have to complete the following assignments to be handed in on the due dates listed. I am providing the entire list now in case you want to use some of your forays into the city to collect information for more than one assignment at a time. Assignments come in a variety of categories. Your readings for example are assignments and coming to class prepared to discuss them in depth is part of that assignment. The discussions we have on our class wiki are also assignments. If I ask you to look something up in class or give you homework, to bring to the next class or post on line, or reflections to write, those are all assignments. That said, we have several much more formal assignments during the course of the semester and these are due on the dates listed below. I am providing the list now in case you want to use some of your forays into the city to collect information for more than one assignment at a time. Each written assignment should be approximately 3 pages in length, typed – double spaced. Use 11-12 point simple fonts (times roman, or arial), and margins that are no more than 1". Make sure your name and assignment number are on the work, that it is stapled or paper clipped together, and that where appropriate it has proper citations and an appropriate bibliography . You will get points taken off for any work that does not adhere to these standards as well as for work that is late. Please do NOT email me your assignments. My mail box is not big enough for many students to email me their work. If you cannot hand in your work in person, in hard copy, you may post it to your MY ST JOHN's space and send me the link. 1: Journal: over the course of the semester you will keep an online journal that only you and I have access to. I will ask you to write in it summaries of certain in-class work, comments on class discussions and so forth, but I will also ask you to write more formal reflections in it for example after our class walking tour and after our Ellis Island trip. These reflections will need to be not less than one page. Remember that the purpose of the reflections is to reflect on the topic rather than just recount it.
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course HON 1000C taught by Professor Paulalazrus during the Fall '11 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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