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Excessive quotes please avoid using direct quotes

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college student to understand how to cite correctly, paraphrase correctly, and quote correctly. Excessive Quotes: Please avoid using direct quotes when possible. You should be quoting only when paraphrasing (writing in your own words) will dramatically lessen the effect or meaning of the words. Using direct quotes demonstrates that you don't understand the material well enough to discuss it in your own words. No more than 15% of your total word count can be made up of quoted material. Other Course Expectations: I expect you to read through the course announcements first upon entering the classroom, and check your school email address daily. Please respond to any emails I send you as soon as possible. You should also read the grade feedback posted in the gradebook each week. Note on Workload: The workload of this course is equivalent to the workload in a face-to-face class. You should expect to spend at least 10 hours a week on lectures, participating in discussions, and taking exams - the things you would be doing in class on-site - in addition to the time you spend doing what otherwise would be your homework (i.e., reading, note taking, and writing papers).
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Guidelines for Discussion Postings Please be sure that each initial discussion post refers to specific works of art from the textbook (include the figure number) and utilizes vocabulary related to the art elements, design principles, media, and techniques that you have learned about in the class. Remember that there are TWO discussion forums each week – each discussion forum requires an initial response and two follow-up responses. Both discussion forums are due on Wednesday of the week. Please do not answer in bullet points and do not copy/paste the question into your response. Citations in MLA or APA format are required both in-text and at the end of your response in a "works cited" or "references" section. No more than 15% of your paper should be quoted from your sources. All responses will be checked for plagiarism. Late Initial Posts are marked down 10% each day they are late. No responses to the discussion will be accepted after the week has ended. Levels of Achievement Criteria Proficient Satisfactory Needs Work Unacceptable Art Elements and Design Principles Terminology 20.00% 100 % Detailed, precise, and original description of the stylistic and formal elements of the work follow a logical and aesthetically attuned order. Formal terminology is accurately and skillfully used. 85 % Detailed and precise description of the stylistic and formal elements of the work follow a logical and aesthetically attuned order. Formal terminology is accurately used. 70 % Accurate description of the stylistic and formal elements of the work follow a logical or comprehensible order. Formal terminology is accurately used. Formal terminology is correctly used to some extent. 0 % Inadequate or incomplete description of the stylistic and formal elements of the work; order of description may be haphazard. Formal terminology is improperly used or not used at all Interpretation of the Meaning, Purpose, Aesthetic and Cultural Impact 20.00% 100 % Formal description based
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  • Spring '16
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