Submitting assignments the short concept paper and

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Submitting assignments The short concept paper and the interview with an immigrant assignment must be submitted as files attached to an email message to me no later than the date and time indicated on the class web page. Since technical problems sometimes occur, do not wait until the last minute to send the file. You will also turn in a paper copy at the following class session. If I did not get the corresponding file by the deadline, I will deduct a small lateness penalty from their grade, and I will not grade the paper until I receive the matching file by email. The paper copy serves only as a placeholder until I get the computer file. The computer file is due by midnight of the due date. The due date is on a day when the class does not meet, so that coming to class will not conflict with last- minute work on your assignment. Details on submitting the assignment will be included in the assignment instructions. Drafts I encourage you to submit an optional draft of your interview with an immigrant assignment by email by the due date for drafts. The due date for drafts is shown on the class schedule on the class web page. I will return the draft with comments which may help you to improve the final draft and get a better grade. The sooner you submit it, the sooner I can return it to you, and the more time you will have to make any changes. I may not be able to respond in time to last-minute drafts. There is no credit for submitting the draft in itself. Email I usually reply to emails within 24 hours. If you do not hear from me within 48 hours, assume that I did not get your message and try again. Open invitation If you want help, or would just like to talk about anthropology, archaeology, assignments, preparing for tests, or anything else, please drop by during my office hours, arrange to see me at some other time, or contact me by email. I am here to help you master the material. Dropping and Adding Students are responsible for understanding the policies and procedures about add/drops, academic renewal, etc. Information on adding and dropping classes is available at . Students should be aware of the current deadlines and penalties for adding and dropping classes. Course Requirements 2% Submitting a recognizable digital photograph of yourself by email or having your photo taken in class so I have a chance of learning who you are.
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5% One-page “concept paper” early in the course. I will assign you a concept discussed in class, and you will find and briefly discuss an example of that concept in Guests of the Sheik . This assignment is primarily practice for writing the test answers and paper, and early feedback on how you are doing. 5% Another one-page “concept paper” a bit later in the course. More feedback, especially if you needed to adjust your approach after the first one. 18% Reading quizzes (around 0.7% per quiz). Three multiple-choice questions about the readings at most class sessions.
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