- Reading Annotations: http://atlspaceplacerhetf16.robinwharton.net/syllabus-course-info/#Overview||Annotations|0
- Annotated Bibliography: http://atlspaceplacerhetf16.robinwharton.net/syllabus-course-info/#ProjectsRow1||Bibliography|0
- Built Environment Descriptions: http://atlspaceplacerhetf16.robinwharton.net/syllabus-course-info/#Overview||Annotations|0||BEDescriptions|0
- Built Environment Analysis: http://atlspaceplacerhetf16.robinwharton.net/syllabus-course-info/#Overview||Annotations|0||BEDescriptions|0||BEAnalysis|0
How will your final grade be calculated?
Reading annotations account for 300-600 points. Annotated bibliography accounts for 250-500 points. Built environment descriptions accounts for 300-600 points. Built environment analysis accounts for 300-600 points. Participation accounts for 400-???
What is the “submission form” and how do you use it? Embed the form below your answer (hint: Google “embed Google form” to find out how).
The submission form is where you turn in everything for the class. You fill out the form with your name, email, submission type, and link. Then sign the academic honesty statement.
The submission form:
Embed the course calendar and weekly overview below this question.
Where on the course website can you find an overview of what’s due and the readings for each unit?
You can find an overview of what is due and the readings for each unit in the Unit Overview which can be found in the Calendar tab. Specifically to find the readings, click on the row that states “readings” for each unit.
What is the best way to see an overview of what’s due each week?
The best way to see an overview of what due each week is to view the weekly overview which is located in the Calendar tab.
What is the attendance policy?
Points can be added to your grade for showing up to class while subtracted from your grade for being absent from class. A student will receive 10 points for coming to class and 10 points for participation in class. As far as excused absences go, this class follows the GSU student code of conduct policy for attendance.
What are the two ways you can lose points?
1) Not showing up to class/arriving late
2) Missed class prep assignment
What are my office hours, and how do you make an appointment to see me outside of class?
Your office hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 to 11:00 AM . To make an appointment, contact Dr. Wharton and set up a meeting time to consult outside of class!
How do you earn participation credit? Provide a link to the instructions/guidelines for participation.
You earn participation credit by participating in and outside of class by engaging oneself in the lesson. You can earn participation credit on by different accomplishments such as individual office appointment, class preparation assignment, etc.
How many points can you earn by participating in or organizing a study group session?
You can earn up to 25 points.
How can you be assured of earning an “A” in this course?
You can be assured of earning an A in this course by completing all of the major projects, missing no more than four class meetings, and obtaining 2800 points.
What are the minimum requirements for earning a passing grade of “C”?
The minimum requirements for earning a passing grade of C are completing the four major projects, coming to class prepared, and missing only four classroom meetings (equates to 1675 points).
What do you do if you’re not sure how to document your participation in order to earn points?
You should write a blog post and submitting the link via submission form or submitting the link from the Writer’s Help exercises. Make sure to somehow communicate such participation points to attempt to receive credit!
What are the Unit 1 readings and which one would you like to annotate for Reading Annotation 1?
Unit 1 Readings include Thomas Carter and Elizabeth Collins Cromley “Introduction” fromvInvitation to Vernacular Architecture, James Deetz “Parting Ways” from In Small Things Forgotten: An Archaeology of Early American Life, and Stephanie Fitzgerald “The Cultural Work of a Mohegan Painted Basket,” from Early Native Literacies in New England: A Documentary and Critical Anthology.