You can participate by bringing up a topic, adding to someone else's point, or disagreeing, among other ways. Just making random comments that lead us nowhere does not count as participartion. If, in addition to not participating, you don't turn in written work, you will not pass the course. I take attendance, and late arrivals will be counted as absent. After the first few classes, when I have learned your names, I will take roll silently in class instead of taking it aloud. You may miss two classes for whatever reason without offering an explanation to me. If you are absent one time or two times, in other words, do not give me an excuse.
None is needed and none will be heeded. Missing more than two classes for whatever reason may result in a reduction of your final grade for the course, the degree of the reduction to be determined by me at my discretion depending on the circumstances, I may not lower your final grade at all or I may lower your final grade to an "E". Missing four classes or more means either that you need to withdraw from the course or that, if you do not withdraw, you will get an "E" as your final grade.
Why do I have these policies? Gillespie Essays on Music. Written and Related Work: Co- lead class discussion twice, once on a Tuesday and once on a Thursday, discussion questions for each class; and three 2, word papers. Class attendance and participation are crucial to the success of this course. You will not receive better than a "C" in the course if you do not participate in class. You can bring up a topic, add to someone else's point, or disagree.
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Just making random comments that lead us nowhere does not count as participation. If, in addition to not participating, you don't turn in written work either, you will not pass the course. If you don't bring the reading with you, I count you as absent. Please email me only to send me your assignments. Otherwise, contact me in person after class or during office hours. Come to class on time. If you enter after the door to the classroom has closed, I will consider you late; and I will count you as absent. Please turn off your cell phones during class.
Do not leave during class. If you do, I will you count you absent. Please put your last name first in the subject header of all microsoft word documents you send me. Example: Bush. Please put your last name in the title of all word documents you email me. Here's an example: Burt. Please email me only to send me class assignments.
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Otherwise, please talk to me after class or during office hours. If you have any questions about the course, please ask them of me in class or during office hours. Contact me by email only to send me your assignments. Also, put your last name first in the title of any attached document you send me and put you name in the word documents. NB: When doing your papers, I expect you to be able to "quote" images from the film.
By "quote" I mean capture images and insert them into you word documents. In other words, you must be able to capture a image from the DVD of each shot and insert it into your text. I require screen captures because they actually help you "read" the film as well as give your reader more information.
It's like writing about a poem from memory without being able to quote any lines versus having the poem in front of you and being able to quote lines from it. You may wish to print out a copy, but do check the website before each class to double check for any changes. The current version of this website is the binding one. Please download all online readings now at the UF e-course reserve webpage. Create a folder on your computer and put them in it.
If you are unable to access the readings, I don't consider that a valid excuse for not reading them, turning in discussion questions on them, printing them out, and and bringing them to class. To Repeat: All assigned work for the course must be completed and be of passing quality to pass the course. This is not a course where you can do 70 percent of the work and expect to get a C in the course. To get a C in the course, you need to do percent of the work at C level. Because of the number of students in the class, I may not notice that you have not been completing the work until the end of the term.
Co-leading class with one or two other students on a Thursday. Though this class is relatively large, I will not run it as a lecture. Instead, I will ask of you, in consultation with me, to lead class once during the term. You will lead class discussions.
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I will talk with you in advance about how to prepare and I will of course also participate in discussion. I will ask each one of you to prepare a close analysis of one scene from the film of your choice. You need to let each other know which scene you want to do so that you don't duplicate each other's efforts. Also, please cc me in your email correspondence.
To get credit for this part of the course, you must email me and the other students leading discussion your notes and questions at least two pages 24 hours before the class you'll lead. Discussion Questions. Two discussion questions on each reading on Tuesdays and two discussion questions eon each film discussed on Thursdays are due by 5 p. Please put your name after the questions you email me at ricahrd. Please print out the questions after I post them either online or by email, read them over, and then bring the print out with you to class.
This format can work extremely well, but it can only work and work well if all of you are equally prepared for discussion and only if you in fact do participate in class. You should be just as prepared to discuss on days you are not leading discussion as on days you are. The point of the questions is a that you do the readings and watch the films carefully analytically ; b that you come prepared to class to talk about the reading or film concretely; and c that you get practice for writing your papers and flim clip exercise your papers will depend on your noticing the kinds of things in the readings and film that draw you to formulate questions about them.
To this end, I will ask all of you email me two discussion topics sentences and discussion questions at least one about each reading and each film assigned for each class. I will then post these questions with your names on the course website or email them to you via the class email listerv before class. The day you lead class, you need not do the discussion questions. That just makes it easier for me to copy them on to this page. Please make sure the questions are your own taking them from imdb, wikipedia, or any other uncredited source is plagiarism , and please make them as concrete as possible addressed to a specific aspect of the reading or film.
Please limit your question to the film itself don't bother with production or reception histories. Your questions should arise from a close reading of the film or reading. Your questions may or may not come up in class, but all students should read all of them. Be sure to bring the assigned book or a print copy of all assigned eletronic readings and bring it with you to class.
If you don't bring the reading s with you, I count you as absent. All assignments double spaced, and that includes indented quotations in Ariel 12 point font must be electronically delivered to me via email in a Microsoft Word document at ricarhd.
Attendance includes completing the assigned work for each class and being to class on time. If you don't do the discussion questions, for example, you are counted as absent. Your physical presence in class is not enough for you to be counted as present. If you come to class late or if you come to class without having completed the assignment for that class, I will count you as absent.
After the first few classes, when I have learned your name, I will take roll silently in class. You may miss one class for whatever reason without offering an explanation to me. Funerals, colds, weddings, etc. Be sure to bring the assigned book or print copies of all assigned electronic readings and bring it with you to class.
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