Week 1 november 26 december 2 reading getlein

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Week 1: November 26-December 2 Reading: Getlein, Chapters 1-5 Assignments: W1D1: Understanding Art , Initial Response due Wednesday W1D2: Defining and Understanding the Elements of Art, Initial Response due Wednesday Follow-up responses to classmates due Sunday Exam #1 due Sunday Week 2: December 3-9 Reading: Getlein, Chapters 14-15 Assignments: W2D1: Paleolithic and Neolithic Art, Initial Response due Wednesday W2D2: Medieval Art, Initial Response due Wednesday Responses to classmates due Sunday Exam #2 due Sunday Week 3: December 10-16 Reading: Getlein, Chapters 16-17 Assignments: W3D1: European Art, Initial Response due Wednesday W3D2: Compare and Contrast, Initial Response due Wednesday Responses to Classmates due Sunday Exam #3 due Sunday Research Paper Part 1 due Sunday Week 4: December 17-23 Reading: Getlein, Chapters 18-22 Assignments: W4D1: Nonwestern Art, Initial Response due Wednesday W4D2: Modern and Contemporary Art, Initial Response due Wednesday Responses to classmates due Sunday Exam #4 due Sunday Final Research Paper part 2 due Sunday
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