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Assessment 2007 08

Assessment 2007 08

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American Literature Survey: 1900-1945
Course instructor: Mihai Mindra
Fall, 2006 - 2007

Average grade of 2 seminar papers +
1 presentation+
average grade of 2 quizzes +
average grade of final paper & final paper presentation (in final
oral examination).
DIVIDED BY 4, on condition the average grade of final paper and final
paper presentation is minimum 5.
Note: Seminar papers/presentations not delivered/made according to

schedule may still be delivered with final papers/made in the final oral exam. Otherwise they will count for 0 in the final average grade calculation.

Final grades may be augmented by 10% for active intellectual course
\u2022Seminar paper & final paper length:3-4 typed pages (approx. 1000 words
,Times New Roman, font 12, 1.5 spacing)
\u2022The seminar papers / presentation/final paper fragments should belong to

different bibliography texts. General, speculative (not text based)
commentaries and irrelevant information will be crossed out and will lower
your grades. See, hereby attached, seminar paper samples.

\u2022Presentations and (final) papers will analyze, on reading list brief excerpts
(chapters, paragraphs, stanzas) the aesthetic and cultural (ideology, mentality),
aspects of these texts. No general statements/commentaries admitted.
\u2022Final papers consist in more complex texts analyses. They test the efficiency
of the seminar work.
\u2022The topics for the seminar papers should be chosen as follows:
First paper: bibliography corresponding to Lecture 1 to 7 /
Seminar 1 to 3 (including)
Second paper: bibliography corresponding to Lecture 8 to 14 /
Seminar 4 to 6 (including).

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