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Introductory Info for 1211 Assignments. Reflection Papers Typed hard copy due at beginning of class Your personal well developed opinions and reflections.

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1 Introductory Info for 1211 Assignments

2 Reflection Papers Typed hard copy due at beginning of class Your personal well developed opinions and reflections on relevant info in the assigned reading Good grammar/ accurate punctuation No summary 250 or more words 25% of total grade 10 points per paper Possible extra points for obviously well thought out discussion Could have one or two of these in class

3 Titles of Artifacts in Reflection Papers Using “Quotes” –Short poems –Articles –Essays –Short stories Titles Capitalized only –Religious works, like The Bible or The Koran –Buildings –Monuments Using Italics –Works of art –Sculptures –Book length literature –Lengthy musical works

4 Content for Reflection Papers Response to assigned discussion topics Additional information supplied elsewhere in book or online (cited) Personal opinions/evaluations

5 Format for Reflection Papers Header  Name (left side),  Title (center): Reflection #...: Chapter [s]: …)  Date (right side) Paper:  250+ words on topic of choice from assigned chapter(s)  One page only – can be single or 1.5 spaced;.5 margins Ima Student Reflection #1: Chapter 1 5/29/13 (Reflection Comments) XxxAfter reading about the Hittite society, I’m sorry that we have so far been unable learn more about them. Their ability to conquer other ancient societies around them suggests that they were highly advanced. The inscriptions on one of the walls of their capitol city.... xxI enjoyed learning about their letter writing.... The letters between Ramses II and his wife and show that the royal of both cultures were highly literate. They also indicate a softer side to the warrior kings toward each other and the same between the two wives. It was interesting to note the efforts even at that early time to cement political relations with marriages between previously rival royalty. XxxI also enjoyed learning about their religious beliefs and the video recreations of their capitol city. …….. (Opinions – not summary)

6 Sample Test Format

7 Multiple Choice: (instructions) (4 choices: a, b,c,d) True-False: (instructions) T/F Identification: (instructions) fill in the blank Matching: (instructions) –Column with numbers matched to column with letters (numbering of questions; 8-10 MC; 8-10 T-F; remainder ID and/ or Matching; lines for answers; 30 point test, one point each) Name:______________________ Humanities 1211 TEST 1 Chapters 1-3

8 Sample PowerPoint Presentation: (see syllabus for specific requirements) Please note: No sentences allowed.

9 Henges By Kelly Duke

10 Description Large prehistoric earthwork Usually circular Made from stones, wood, or earth Surrounded by earthen bank and ditch From the Neolithic period

11 Location Around 100 henges in the British Isles Commonly found in ‘groups’

12 Stonehenge Britain's greatest national icon Constructed around 5,000 years ago Inner ring - bluestone Outer ring - sarsen stones Weight - as much as 50 tons each

13 Avebury Largest henge in the world 1,088 ft (331.6 m) diameter Encompasses part of Avebury village

14 Ring of Brodgar Third largest henge in the British Isles Once known as “temple of the sun”

15 Thornborough Three aligned henges Together over a mile long Mirrors the 3 stars in Orion’s belt

16 Usage Religious monuments Temples for worship Sacred burial site Astronomical observatory Prehistoric calendar Tribal gathering place

17 Construction Transport stones to site on rollers Dug ditch 20 ft wide, 7 ft deep Slid end of stone into hole Used ropes to pull stone upright

18 Example Reference Slide Brautworst, H. (2013). The irony of being an elementary student attending college [Online image]. Retrieved December 30, 2012 from Forbes, S. (2011). Hagar Elementary School [Online image]. Retrieved March 3, 2013 from Pogue, T. (2007). Grammar school boys in England [Online image]. Retrieved January 1, 2013 from https:rockskids.edu [Untitled photograph of dancing elephants]. Retrieved April 10, 2013 from Walking with friends [Online image]. Retrieved February 15, 2013 from

19 Sample Reference Page from Written Sources References

20 Citing an APA Image from an Electronic Source (taken from

21 Maximum Possible Information creator's name (author, artist, photographer etc.) date of publication or creation title place of publication publisher type of material (for photographs, charts, online images) website address and access date name of the institution or museum where the work is located (for artworks and museum exhibits) dimensions of the work (for artworks)

22 In-Text Citation In parenthesis at first or last of info, depending upon length/type of citation Two reasons Paraphrase (includes summary) Quotation One approach: Artist Surname, Year

23 (Paraphrase or Summary): (Brautworst, 2013) (Quotation): (Brautworst, 2013) In-Text Citation Examples

24 Complete Reference: Artist Surname, First Initial. (Year). Title of the artwork [Format]. Retrieved from URL (address of web site)

25 Complete Reference Examples: Baumel, A. (2013). Cholera treatment center in Haiti [Online image]. Retrieved October 2, 2013 from https://www.doctorswithoutborders.org Brautworst, H. (2013). The irony of being an elementary student attending college [Online image]. Retrieved December 30, 2012 from

26 Reference (No Author): Title of work [Type of work]. (Year image was created). Retrieved from URL (addressof web site)

27 Reference (No Author) Examples: Flu epidemic [Online image]. (1919).Retrieved November 6, 2013 from art/collections The irony of being an elementary student attending college [Online image]. Retrieved December 30, 2012 from

28 Reference (No Author, No Title, No Date) Try to locate missing information by clicking on the image, and/or looking at the bottom of the image.

29 Reference (No Author, No Title, No Date) Examples: [Online image of a school]. Retrieved from [Untitled illustration of a sleeping dog ]. Retrieved December 5, 2010 from

30 Format for Reference Slide in alphabetical order (by artist’s last name - or, if no artist, whatever is first word of reference) single spaced on the reference slide double spaced between entries

31 References (sample – by Randy Quinn) Arthen, W. W. (1988). “The Wicker Man: A Ritual Transformation.” Fireheart, Sping Issue, 1. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from Celtic Europe Around 400 BC [Image]. (2001). Retrieved November 18, 2014, from #arrival #arrival Celtic Knot Symbol of Trinity. [Image]. (2014). Retrieved November 18, 2014, from https://www.udemy.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/bigstock-Celtic-Knot- Symbol-of-Trinity x300.jpg https://www.udemy.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/bigstock-Celtic-Knot- Symbol-of-Trinity x300.jpg “Celtic Mythology and Celtic Religion.”, (2014). Heart O’ Scotland. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from Celtic Symbols of the Tuath de Danann, (2015). What-Your-Sign.com. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from Celtic Tree of Life Knot. [Image]. (1990). Retrieved November 19, 2014 from Celtic World and Cultures. (2006). Timeless Myths. Retrieved November 19, 2014 from

32 (sample continued) Ellis, P. B. (1994). “The Druids”. London W6 9ER, Great Britain: Constable and Company Limited. Gundstrap Cauldron. [Image]. (2009). Retrieved November 18, 2014 from https://www.flickr.com/photos/rosemania/ /in/photostream/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/rosemania/ /in/photostream/ Jones, M. (2003). “Triple Goddess of the Celts.” Jone’s Celtic Encyclopedia. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from Leona, Cate. (2014). Celtic Knot Meanings: Design Ideas and Inspiration. udemy/blog. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from https://www.udemy.com/blog/celtic-knot-meanings/https://www.udemy.com/blog/celtic-knot-meanings/ Lia Fail. [Image]. (2014). Retrieved November 18, 2014, from https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7305/ _05f11c05db_b.jpg https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7305/ _05f11c05db_b.jpg Modern Wicker Man [Image]. (2007). Retrieved November 18, 2014, from Robinson, B. A. (2007). “Celtic Druidism: Beliefs, Practices, and Celebrations.” Religious Tolerance. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from Sailors Knot. [Image]. (2008). Retrieved November 18, 2014, from patterns.com/image-files/sailor-medium2.jpghttp://www.free-macrame- patterns.com/image-files/sailor-medium2.jpg “Wheel of Life, The”, (1999). Spring Wolf’s Pagan’s Path. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from Wheel3. [Image]. (1999). Retrieved November 18, 2014, from l3.gif l3.gif


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