INTfinal - Welc ome Final Exam December 14 at 12:10 pm The...

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Final Exam December 14 at 12:10 pm The test will include ALL material presented in class with emphasis of material presented after test # 2 1- Image identification, (from lectures posted in blackboard and ALL reviews) 2- fill out the blank questions ( from book and lectures posted) 3- and multiple choices ( from book, lectures posted and review) Final grade: Attendance : 15% (Review won’t be counted) Test 1 and 2 : 30 % Assignment: 20 % Final Test: 30 % The following images offer a general review, however, the test will include ALL the material presented in class and the assigned readings posted online since Lecture #1
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1-Image identification: 35 images, 50 seconds each 2- with Multiple Choices (6) 3-Followed by a Fill the Blank section (17) Total time for combined sections #2 and #3 : One hour to answer 23 questions Those ending before may leave after returning exam and signing roster sheet. Allotted time for Final Examination
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Readings All readings posted since first class with emphasis after test #2 and all posted chapters for Part # 3. Please notice that the material from the last two lectures # 22 and # 23 part 1 and part 2 are not posted in this review but they will be an important part of the final test. Carefully review From lecture #13 to last lecture # 23 part 1 and 2 Material presented in test # 1 and # 2 will be also part of the examination. PLEASE ALSO SEE REVIEWS #1 and # 2 posted on blackboard.
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The International Style Three basic principles: Emphasis upon volume -space enclosed by thin planes or surfaces as opposed to the suggestion of mass and solidity Emphasis upon regularity as opposed to
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