Option AVisual Arts SummaryResearch one painting, sculpture, or work of architecture. You may choose an example from the text or from an online, academic resource.Write a 350- to 700-word summary describing your selected work of art or architecture. (You are welcome to go over the word count if you wish.) Include the following in your description:A description of the use of color, line, composition, or other formal elements in the workA description of the types of media or materials used in the workAn overview of the subject represented or the style of architectureApply appropriate APA formatting.Submit your assignment as a Word document using the Assignment Files tab.Proper APA formatting is required on all formal assignments (See the template in the Class Messages for additional help)
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Introduction to the Visual and Performing Arts
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95+ 90-94 87-89 84-86 80-83 77-79 74-76 70-73 67-69 64-66 60-63 <60 Participation Grading The weekly discussion requirement is this: For full participation credit during participation weeks, you are required to contribute a total of eight (8) substantive messages each week in the classroom. The eight messages must occur on at least three different days during the online week to earn full credit. If substantive messages are posted on only two days, you are eligible for only 2/3 credit. If substantive messages are posted on only one day, you are eligible for only 1/3 credit. Please post during the appropriate week from Tuesday through Monday. Posts before Tuesday morning at 12:01 am MST and after Monday night at 11:59 pm MST do not count. I expect your discussion question responses and participation posts to reflect critical thought. Whenever possible, please try to relate the course content to real-world applications from your work experience. Please note that both quantity and quality are important considerations when it comes to participation. A participation post that says simply, "I agree," for example, would not constitute participation because it does not add anything of substance to the discussion. Each post should be at least 75 words each and be a fully developed idea and a fully developed paragraph. In order to earn full participation points, you must add something of substance to the discussion 3 out of 7 days per weekadding something of substance would consist of new ideas, your perspectives, pointed follow-up questions, responses to discussion questions, etc. You will find it is much easier to keep up with an online class if you are logging in and participating regularly. Late Assignments Page 2 Late assignments receive a 10% deduction for each day they are late if assignments are not posted by 11:59 p.m. M.S.T. on the day they are due. Assignments more than 4 days late will not be accepted. Technological issues are not considered valid grounds for late assignment submission. In the event of a University of Phoenix server or classroom outage, students should submit assignments to the instructor via email to demonstrate timely submission and when systems are restored, submit those assignments according to syllabus instructions. Unless an Incomplete grade has been granted, learner assignments submitted after the last day of class will not be accepted. IMPORTANT NOTE: Assignments have a late policy. Assignments can be submitted up to four days late with a growing penalty each day. However, participations may NOT be submitted late. If you miss the participation, then you miss the discussion. Feedback Each week, I will provide grades or scores and comments on your assignments. You will receive feedback within six (6) days after the due date. Late work does NOT have the same six-day turn around. Late work is graded after all other work (students who turned work in on time) has been graded. Technical Support Technical Support is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call 1-877-832-4867, or use the e-mail support form. Answers to the most common issues are found in the Knowledge Base by clicking Help, found at the top of every student Web site. Page 3 1 A Title Choice of Your Own First M. Last Name ARTS 100 Date Due Dr. Rockford Sansom University of Phoenix 2 Title Choice of Your Own This part of the paper is where you should write a fantastic introduction that links all of the various themes and ideas of the paper together. More than three sentences are generally needed for a good introduction or any paragraph. In the paper, you should follow all of the requirements of the assignment. You should also read the syllabus. You should also remember the word count for the assignment, knowing that Dr. Sansom will gladly accept more words if you chose to write them. For more helpful tips, please continue to read further. In all papers, you must cite all of your work. The following sentences are a few examples of how to cite a specific from the textbook. The Internet is a vast and important tool for communication not only in American culture but also in all modern culture as well (Lule, 2012). Lule (2012) discuss the evaluation of the Internet. If you use a quote, you should cite with the page number like the following sentence. Unlike many other forms of mass communication, the Internet originated as a military-government project (Lule, 2012, p. 15). Notice that the period in the previous sentence is after the parenthesis. As another example, this passage is a long quote from acting teacher Uta Hagen (1991); this example shows how to use a long quote: I believe in the immortality of the theatre. It is the most joyous hide-away for all those who have secretly put their childhood in their pocket and gone off and away with it to play on to the end of their days. (p. 290) Long quotes should be used sparinglyprobably no more than one (maybe two) in the size papers you are required to write for this class. Long quotes are defined as quotes over 40 words. Additionally, throughout this paper, you should use the writing tips that are given in the Weekly Overviews located in the Course Material Forum. 3 This part of the paper is where you should write a fantastic conclusion that unites the themes and issues of the paper. Conclusions should probably be at least three sentences or more. Below you will find a reference page. You will note that the reference page is on a separate page and that the references are in alphabetical order. Also, the word References is centered. Below are a few examples of references; they are examples only. You do not have to use these exact references in your papers. For your convenience, I included the textbook. Always reference what you cite, and cite what you reference. For extended examples and help, please go to the universitys CWE. Please remember that section headings are bolded, but the bolding in the body of text is only something that I have done it here for your convenience here; it is not formatting. Also, please remember to delete the references on the reference page below that you do not use in your paper. With the exception of your textbook, the references below are simply examples and should not be in your paper. I hope you found this paper template helpful. 4 References Bortel, M. (2006). Teaching Creativity. Retrieved June 7, 2010, from http://www.goshen.edu/~marvinpb/arted/tc.html Hagen, U. (1991). Challenge for the actor. New York: Scribner. Lule, J. (2012) Exploring media and culture. Irvington, NY: Flat World Knowledge. Parker-Pope, T. (2008, May 6). Psychiatry handbook linked to drug industry. The New York Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com Rowling, J. K. (1999). Harry Potter and the sorcerers stone. New York: Scholastic Books. ... Purchase answer to see full attachment
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