Developing skills of information acquisition, including interviewing, writing away for information, conducting library research, creating a research bibliography, and taking research notes efficiently Thinking critically and creatively about materials acquired from print and electronic sources Required Textbooks Stephen E.
You will have remote access from a personal computer for days. A final, revised outline is due on the day the speech is delivered. I began here years ago teaching drawing classes of all levels, then I moved on to teach painting and now Foundations.
Rebecca Howard, Writing Matters. In Photowe will look at the current role of photography, and you will have the opportunity to create your own images based on a new awareness of the power of the medium. In a small, supportive classroom environment, students learn to communicate their ideas effectively using verbal, written, and visual techniques.
It is very important that students properly acknowledge all ideas, work, and even distinctive wording that are not their own. Rebecca Howard, Writing Matters.
If you have travel or other plans that conflict with the scheduled examination date, you need to change your plans or to take the course a different semester. Take time to read the entire Online Student Handbook.
She believes that the arts are imperative to this process. The instructor may also summarily suspend the student for the class meeting when the infraction occurred as well as the following class meeting.
The more creative your speech, the more successful it is likely to be. The principles you learn in this class should benefit you not only in subsequent courses in the University, but also in your career and in your life as a citizen in a democratic society.
Other Written Assignments Homework Throughout the semester, there will be periodic written homework assignments in which you work with the principles of speech composition presented in the textbooks.
Final Students will have the choice to complete a 5-page paper that compares 2 artworks from the readings, lectures or movies, or to produce a visual project based on a process or an artist that was presented in class. If you are directed to begin with an article or an object, use it only as a starting point to explain something of consequence about you or your classmate.
After the speech, you will view your recording on Learn UW and prepare a two-page typed self-assessment evaluating your performance on that speech and explaining the major items you want to work especially hard on in your next speech. Save all graded work for this class. Guidelines will be provided on the class website.
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Supervised Tutoring Referral Students are referred to enroll in the following supervised tutoring course if the service indicated will assist them in achieving or reinforcing the learning objectives of this course: Summer Term Comm Arts may be one of the most useful courses a student will take during his or her undergraduate career.
Communication Arts Course Book, 15th ed. These assessments are due in class on the assigned day and will constitute a portion of your semester grade. Professionalism and courtesy are expected of all email.
You may be asked for your Grossmont College or Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College login username and password to proceed.September Saturday. be sure to tell them that you are a member of the Arts Wayland Hall Course – you’ll get a special discounted rate. Christopher cheri197.comer 12 THE INSTITUTE FOR VISUAL STUDIES We will visit as a class on November 21 JMU Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Band Tuesday.
ART - Introduction to Art. Provides a basic overview of the study, language, history and cultural relevance of visual art and is designed primarily for non-art majors.
Utilizes visually-enhanced lectures and may include optional introductory studio experiences. ART Syllabus Credit Hours: 3. ART is designed to create a greater aesthetic understanding and appreciation of the various visual arts.
Emphasis will be on painting, sculpture, architecture, and related art forms. When appropriate, gallery tours, films.
Syllabus ART Art History: Prehistory to Middle Ages General Information Date May 31st, Author Mary Delmastro Department Visual and Performing Arts. Syllabus 3 credit hours: GEC Fine Arts designation Ann Millett, PhD [email protected] Course Description Intensive study of selected works of art with an emphasis on formal analysis and the relationship between art and culture.
The class website is a place students can access the following: class schedule, syllabus, assignments, online resources, information about museums and local exhibits. It can be accessed both on campus and off campus, and it does not require an individual account.Download