Introduction to Humanities

Emails in general

  • After the Present email, each email must have the following conditions:
  • 1. You must use Titan email to email me
    -See contact page on Inverse for email address.
    -The ONLY info in the subject line must be the course and section number
    -Example: HUM 1020 ##T
    -Make sure the ## is correct: 03, or 04, or 05, etc
  • 2. You must attach any document to the email.
  • 3.You must also copy and paste the entire contents of an attached file into the bottom of the email when submitting for papers.
    -Pasted content does not need to be formatted. The aim of the copy/paste is so I can see the raw info/data you have sent in case the attached document is corrupted.
  • 4. Properly identify attached file names
    -Use Caps as per the following examples.
    -Start the file name with your Last Name then add the name of the assignment.
    -Example: SmithAssignment1
    -The second word in the file name must indicate if it's a rewrite.
    -Example: SmithRewriteAssignment1

Email rejection

  • If any of the four items above are not followed, I will respond with the words Submission Rejected: Requirements
  • If I am unable to open your file, I will reply with Submission Rejected; Corrupted File.
  • If a submission is rejected, you'll have to re-submit the assignment appropriately, which burns time left in the semester.
  • To ensure there are no problems with files, use the most current Word program (available free through MyEfsc).

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Current Grades

  • Everyone has a "C" grade at this point in the term, unless I have already communicated with you individually.

Future Grades

  • For a "B" Grade, you'll have 2 assignments to do over the next month.
    For an "A" Grade, you'll have the B grade 2 assignments plus 2 more assignments.

Assignment & "due dates"

  • Assignments will be posted here weekly on Sunday evenings.
  • These due dates are for you to remain on track; they are open-ended, which means you can turn in assignments any time on or after the due date.
  • Continual re-writes to pass each assignment still apply.
  • As always, only one assignment can be turned in at a time, so you could run out of time in the term if you keep holding off completing each assignment.

Assignment #1

For a course grade of A, these next three assignments build on one another.

For a course grade of B, after assignment 1, just do assignment 2.

Assignment #2

Assignment #3

  • Completing this assignment fulfils part of the A grade for the course
  • Assignment 3 link

Assignment #4

  • Completing assignments #3 and #4 fulfils the A grade for the course
  • Assignment 4 link

Other Gameplay Resources

Scoring, Rubric, and Rewrites

  • If you need to fix/ rewrite an assignment, you MUST turn in the previous attempt with the fixed new one.
  • Most assignments in the course are passable with only one or two errors of the assignment's rubric. More than two serious errors would need a rewrite to fix the errors.

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