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Final Examination – Musical Instruments and Creativity -504-CWM-03 -Page1of5FINAL TAKE HOME EXAMINATIONFall 2020Course:MusicalInstrumentsand CreativityProfessor: Mark MolnarRoom:TAKE HOME EXAMNumber:504-CWM-03Date:Monday, December 14th,2020throughTurnitin.com:Your Class ID is26093054Your enrollment Key issilenceTime Due: 4pm.Exams handed inafter4pm on December 14th, 2020will not be marked unless exceptionalcircumstances can be documented.Name:________Jessy-Patrick Ngenzi___________________________________________Short AnswersSilence and SoundCreativity and UtilityQ. #1Q. #2Q.#3Q.#4/10 Paragraphsbegin with a distinct topic sentenceuse transitions and uses logic between ideasshow coherent organization,develops the topic thoroughly,provides historical context for each assertionprove their ideas with evidence,and connect to the main topic of the Paragraph in aconcluding sentence./10 LanguageThe sentences that make up the essay areneither too short (fragments),nor too long (run-ons);made up of words that are accurately used,spelled properly,punctuated properly,grammatically correct, and properly structured,and expressed in original and interesting language./5 Evidence and Documentationquotations and sources to back up each assertion madeis well integrated (introduced, fluid, put in context,adequately discussed),and is properly identified (as reference, quotation orparaphrase) and properly documented in the text of theessay in MLA format.TOTAL/100
Final Examination – Musical Instruments and Creativity -504-CWM-03 -Page2of5Short AnswersFollow the instructions below and as a result, you will produce paragraph answers forFOURofthe following questions and provide clear and concise answers in paragraph form.As a guideline, each answer should have between 1-2 paragraphs, with approximately 4-8sentences each. In total, you will make at least3 assertionsabout your chosen topic (these assertions donot include the context that you need to provide the foundation for the reader to understand thoseassertions).

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