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16.6: Grading_How I Evaluate Your Work in the Class

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    HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED

    Your grade in will be evaluated based on the following :

    1. Successful completion of written work assigned in each module.            4 0%

    2. Successful participation in on-line discussion topics in each module.     4 0%

    3. Successful completion of Museum Research Project.                                10%

    4. Successful completion of tests in a variety of topics related to art           10%                

     

    The points necessary for a grade of A+ = 93 and above

    A = 90

    A- = 88

    B+ = 85

    B = 80

    B- = 78

    C+ = 75

    C = 70

    C- = 68

    D+ = 65

    D = 60

    D- = 58

    F = 55 and below

    You will be evaluated in the discussion by two main criteria:

    A. The quantity of participation.

    B. The quality of your participation. I will let you know early in the course, as to the quality of your participation.

    C. See complete explanation of discussion evaluation in supplemental documents. 


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