2.Mid-Term Exam: An exam will be held on XXX. It will be a closed-book exam. No books, lecture notes, handouts or photocopies are permitted into the exam hall. Each student will be tested how he/she understands the assigned readings, lectures, and films shown in the class. Students will have TWO HOURS to complete the questions. If you are late more than 10 minutes to the exam hall then you will lose your chance to take the exam. You will receive a zerofor the final exam. The format and guidelines for the exam will be announced later. Make-up exams are only possible for emergency medical reasons or if okayed by your department chair. Students who miss their final exam are to submit their MC within 2 working days of the final exam and the MC has to be dated on the day of the exam. 3.Final Research Paper: You are to write one 8-page research paper. You should consult with your instructor well before the proposal is due, which is the 10thweek. You should email the proposal to your instructor. Your proposal should be approved by the instructor. In the paper, each student should discuss at least one pivotal period (the colonial period, the sixties, Korean New Wave in the 1980s, post-SHIRI Korean cinema, etc), film movements or dominant genres (i.e. melodrama, horror, historical epic, action, crime thriller, comedy, independent movement), technological innovations (i.e. cinemascope, the mode of digital filmmaking), industrial history (i.e. studio system, censorship /regulations, co-production), and the concept of national/transnational cinema. The most important thing is that your paper has a thesis, is focused, and is well researched. In your paper, you must cite at least FIVE written sources: books or articles, NOT web pages. Only two of the sources may be from the works assigned in class. The other sources must be ones that you find in the library or elsewhere. They must be scholarly sources •All papers must be submitted on HARD COPY.No late papers will be accepted except in the case of documented dire emergencies. Be aware that this does not include computer problems. Be sure to back-up your work, make multiple copies of a document, don't wait until the last minute to write or print your paper, and you should be able to avoid disaster. Late papers will receive azero.•All references must be properly cited using either MLA (Modern Language Association) Style () or Chicago Manual Style () depending on your general familiarity. Course Policies1.Attendance: Participation is a significant part of your grade for this lecture course. You are allowed one unexcused absence(no questions asked). After that, you should let me know in advance if you will not be able to attend a class. If you miss the class FIVE TIMES(and more) you will fail the course. If you miss the class more than THREE TIMESyou will receive a ‘zero’ for a ‘15% class attendance and participation’ portion of your final grade. If you are late to class (i.e. 10 minutes or more past the time class is scheduled to begin) it will adversely affect your grade. And If you are late
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