Final exam exercise

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YOUR FINAL EXAM EXERCISE:

Your final exam exercise will be a two-page paper, very similar to the module papers that you have written all term. Here’s the question–and it is a two-part question– I want you to address:

Part I: In every class, be it an art history class or a class on any other subject, there is always that moment, that reading, that work of art or thing introduced or experienced, that topic discussed, that thing that was said, that comment that was made, etc., that really hit you, that really changed the way you were thinking, that really taught you something you didn’t know before, that really got you thinking in a new way, and that you really anticipate remembering for years out of the experience. so, what was that one whatever in this class (again, it can be anything: a reading, a work of art, an idea, a moment in our discussions, etc.)? For Part I of your final exam exercise, I want you to select that one whatever and write to why it represented a significant aspect in your lasting learning. THEN, for Part II,

Part II: This is the “pay it forward” bit. Find something related to the class subject and material on your own (this, again, can be anything: a work of art, an idea, a video, an interesting online resources, etc.) that you were inspired to find and enjoy by virtue of having this class and you would recommend as something to include in future offerings of the class. You might think about this specifically in terms of who college students are today and what they really like and how and what they really like to learn and would get them excited about the material of the course. This can even be something really “out there!” So, for Part II of your final exam exercise, I want you to select that something you would recommend and write to why it would be of value and of interest to fellow students.

Part I and II can be related, but they need not be, and you can write them as separate essays or as one continuous essay. Above all, for Parts I and II, what I’m looking for is thoughtful deep engagement with reflection on your learning and your recommendations of two things that you have learned–Part I– and discovered—Part II– that have contributed to your learning in and through this course.

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Final Exam Exercise
Instructions

YOUR FINAL EXAM EXERCISE:

Your final exam exercise will be a two-page paper, very similar to the module papers that you have written all term. Here’s the question–and it is a two-part question– I want you to address:

Part I: In every class, be it an art history class or a class on any other subject, there is always that moment, that reading, that work of art or thing introduced or experienced, that topic discussed, that thing that was said, that comment that was made, etc., that really hit you, that really changed the way you were thinking, that really taught you something you didn’t know before, that really got you thinking in a new way, and that you really anticipate remembering for years out of the experience. so, what was that one whatever in this class (again, it can be anything: a reading, a work of art, an idea, a moment in our discussions, etc.)? For Part I of your final exam exercise, I want you to select that one whatever and write to why it represented a significant aspect in your lasting learning. THEN, for Part II,

Part II: This is the “pay it forward” bit. Find something related to the class subject and material on your own (this, again, can be anything: a work of art, an idea, a video, an interesting online resources, etc.) that you were inspired to find and enjoy by virtue of having this class and you would recommend as something to include in future offerings of the class. You might think about this specifically in terms of who college students are today and what they really like and how and what they really like to learn and would get them excited about the material of the course. This can even be something really “out there!” So, for Part II of your final exam exercise, I want you to select that something you would recommend and write to why it would be of value and of interest to fellow students.

Part I and II can be related, but they need not be, and you can write them as separate essays or as one continuous essay. Above all, for Parts I and II, what I’m looking for is thoughtful deep engagement with reflection on your learning and your recommendations of two things that you have learned–Part I– and discovered—Part II– that have contributed to your learning in and through this course.

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