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									 Course Syllabus : Art 101                                     Instructor: Mr. Jefferson Boyer.
 Introduction to Art History
 Fall semester 2010                                            E-mail: jboyer@worwic.edu
 Section .01 W: 12:45-2:15 p.m.                                Office hours: as arranged.
 Location: AAB 307                                             Phone: 410-334-2999 ext. 3002

 Text: Adams, Laurie S. A History of Western Art. 4th ed. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2005. Print.

 Course Description: This course presents the major themes, styles, and subject matter of art
 and architecture from prehistory to the present, focusing on Western civilization. The artworks of
 each culture and historical period are examined in the context of the dominant thoughts, ideas
 and customs of the time.

 Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:

 Course Objectives
  1. Comprehend how art
   in Western culture has
   developed from pre-
   historic times, including
   key cultural, individual,
                                       Assessment Goals
                                      A. Identify the historical periods/ movements surveyed in
                                      the course.
                                      B. Explain how discoveries in technology advanced the
                                      way in which visual art is created.
                                      C. Explain the social and cultural context for the surveyed
                                                                                                  Assessment Strategies
                                                                                                     Museum field trip
                                                                                                     Unit tests
                                                                                                     Research project
                                                                                                     Final exam
                                      D. Compare and contrast the different periods of art.          Class presentation
   and techno-logical
                                      E. Recognize the various reasons for variety in art arising
   contributions that
                                      from changes in society and culture.
   occurred.                          F. Compare the ways in which developments in art either
 GEO* : 1, 2, 3, 5, 7                 break with the past, or are linked to the past
                                      G. Interpret the content of the text and class lectures.

   2. Discuss art using the           A. Define vocabulary terms relevant to art history             Unit tests / Quizzes

                                      (art and architectural terms, styles of art,                   Classwork
   terminology and
                                      movements of art.                                              Research proj.
   methods common in the
                                                                                                     Final exam
                                      B. Employ the terminology correctly in student
   field.               GEO 1, 2, 3                                                                  Class presentation
   3. Interpret, criticize,           A. Identify reasons why a work of art may be considered a      Museum. Field Trip
                                      historically important work of art.                            Unit tests
   and draw conclusions
                                      B. Explain how visual art can be looked at from different      Quizzes
   about important works
                                      perspectives.                                                  Classwork
   of art based on an                 C. Discuss the cultural elements and values present in a       Research proj.
   understanding of art               work of art                                                    Final exam
                                      D. Identify the personal message of the artist embodied in     Class presentation
 GEO 1, 2, 3, 5, 7                      a work of art
                                        E. Compare artworks that are strong statements of a
                                        culture or an artist.
                                        F. Relate how an artist (or an art movement) came into
                                        being, and its impact on art history.

   4. Recognize significant             A. Name the creator of the masterpiece (individual       Unit tests / Quizzes

                                        or cultural)                                             Classwork
   masterpieces of art and                                                                       Research project
                                        B. Explain the significance of the work in terms of
   their importance to                                                                           Final exam
                                        purpose, or achievement.
                                                                                                 Class presentation.
   Western Culture. GEO                 C. Infer the individual or culture responsible for the
                                                                                                 Museum field trip
   1,2,3,5                              creation of notable masterpieces.

 Course requirements: This course, like most introductory history courses, covers a vast amount

 of information. You are responsible for knowing the information covered in textbook readings,
 class lectures, discussions, handouts, slide lectures, videos, etc.      [GEO 8]

 Tests: There are four UNIT TESTS, which cover specific periods of art history and primarily in-
 volve objective questions. Reviews and/or study guides will be provided by the instructor to help

 students prepare for these tests.
    The final exam will consist primarily of questions drawn from the fourth unit of the course
 (see schedule), questions drawn from class presentations, and an in-class essay. In addition, many
 questions themselves will utilize vocabulary and concepts from the previous units of the class as
 they apply the artworks in unit four.                                      [GEO 2]*, [CO 1, 3]**

 Writing Assignments: Students will be responsible for researching an artist or minor move-
 ment in art and writing two brief research papers. The papers will use MLA or APA documen-
 tation format. The first assignment (2 pages long) will focus on the important artworks, typical
 subjects, and media used by the artist (or topic). Detailed directions will follow. The second
 paper will be 4 pages in length, and will focus on biographical info about the artist selected (or
 an overview if the topic is not an artist). You must use at least one electronically-retrieved
 source for your research assignment. The Media Center databases offer electronic access to
 encyclopedias, dictionaries, journals, and other source material. [GEO 1, 2, 3. 5, 7]* [CO 1, 2, 3, 4]**

 Oral Presentations: (5-7 min.), based on each student’s research paper topic [GEO 1, 8]*                     [CO 2,3,4]**

 Quizzes / Classwork / Homework Assignments: The instructor reserves the right to give ‘pop’
 quizzes, usually given at the beginning of class. Warning: There will be no chance to make up a

 missed quiz. From time to time there will be additional classwork or homework assignments. In
 most cases, they will be graded on percentage or letter grade scale, but some assignments may be
 graded on a “satisfactory” / “unsatisfactory” basis ( these assignments will be figured into a
 student’s class participation grade) [GEO 1,2, 5,6, 8]* [CO 1,2]**

 Field Trip: One field trip is built into this course. The trip date and destination will be deter-
 mined shortly, most likely on a Saturday of Sunday. Attendance for the field trip is required;
 missing the trip will affect a student’s class participation grade by 20 percent. The trip is a bus
 trip to a major museum off Delmarva. [GEO 8]* [CO 11-4]**

 Grades: Grading will be done on a point system as follows:
 Four unit tests @ 125 points each                               1,000 total
          (the final exam is the Unit 4 test)    500              Scale : 900-1,000 = A;
          Research Paper # 1                     100                         800-899 = B;
          Oral presentation                        75                        700-799 = C,
          Research Paper #2                      150                         600-699 = D,
 Quizzes, homework, classwork                    100                      599-below = F
          Class participation                      75
                          TOTAL POINTS:         1,000
 Class participation / attendance: Regular attendance is especially important. You are expected
 to attend every class. If you are absent, you are responsible for the information covered in your
 absence. Get to know one or two classmates, and call them to find out what was covered and
 what assignments were given. It is not the instructor’s responsibility to supply you with a full set
 of lecture notes for a class you missed.                  [GEO 8]*

 If you are unable to attend class, tell your instructor via e-mail or voice-mail. If you miss a test,
 you must notify me of your intention to make up the test within 24 hrs. of the test day so a test
 can be placed in the testing center. Failure to do so may result in a reduced test grade, or the
 inability to make up the test. You must make it up (within 5 days ) or you will receive a zero for
 the test. Make up tests are given in the Testing Center, AAB 225.phone: 410/ 334-2843 for the
 testing center hours. No make-up quizzes will be given. [GEO 8]*
     All written assignments are due in class on the due date. Oral presentations are to be
 presented on the date scheduled. The instructor reserves the right to reduce the grade for any
 assignments turned in late.
        In the event of a flu epidemic or other emergency that results in the suspension of

 classes, faculty will be communicating with students about their courses and course require-
 ments, such as assignments, quiz and exam dates, and class and grading policies, via faculty
 websites or Blackboard. Students will be responsible for completing all these assignments in
 accordance with class policies. Information about the resumption of classes will be com-
 municated via the College's website and email system.

 Cell phones/ earphones (Ipods, etc.) and laptops, Nooks and Kindles, and other electronic
 devices must be turned off when class starts, and put away in a pocket, book bag, or purse
 (And for the record, clapping a cell phone between your thighs is not putting it away). Likewise,
 earphones for I-pods, etc. must be put away, out of sight. Also, you are not to place purses or
 bookbags on the table top to wall off my view so you might sneak a text message. The use of a
 laptop computer during a lecture is not allowed. (Sorry, it’s distracting, and too many past
 students blew it by e-mailing, etc. during class.) Texting in class it is an impolite behavior.
 Therefore, if you are sitting in a way that suggests you are texting--both hands in lap, looking
 down at your lap, etc.-- your instructor will assume you are texting. You should be either using
 your hands to take notes and your eyes should be paying attention to the lecture at hand. If
 you’re instructor notices you secretly texting, he will note this in his gradebook just as secretly;
 each offense takes 10 points off your class participation grade.       [GEO 7, 8]*

 Academic Honesty [geo 8]* : Academic honesty is expected of all students. Cheating and
 plagiarism are violations of academic honesty. Any student who has violated the academic
 honesty policy will be denied credit for the assignment, and then the matter will be turned over
 to the Student-Faculty Disciplinary Committee. Documented evidence of the offense will be

 kept in the Arts and Humanities Department office.

 Plagiarism: In both oral and written communication, the following guidelines for avoiding
 plagiarism must be followed:
 1. Any words quoted directly from a source must be in quotation marks (for a written com-
 munication) and cited.
 2. Any paraphrasing or rephrasing of the words and\or ideas of a source must be cited.
 3. Any ideas or examples derived from a source that are not in the public domain or of general
 knowledge must be cited.
 4. All papers and presentations must be the student's own work.

 Students who are confused about what constitutes plagiarism should meet with their instructor.
 Cheating: Cheating is the act of obtaining information or data improperly by dishonest or deceitful means.
 Examples of cheating are copying from another student’s test, obtaining information illegally on tests, using
 unauthorized notes during exams or quizzes, or other deceitful practices.
 A Final Note: If at any time you encounter difficulty with this course, do not hesitate to talk to me, and I will do my best to
 help you. Remember—the wisest student is the one who has the intelligence to say “ I don’t understand”. Good Luck! I look
 forward to working with you this semester. --- Mr. Boyer

 * GEO+ 1, 2, etc. refers to the corresponding General Education Philosophy and Objectives. Please refer to the list on page 46 of the
 Wor-Wic Catalog
 ** CO + 1,2, etc. refers to the corresponding course objective.

 MW 12: 45 until 2:15 p.m.      Location: AAB 307.
 Art 101 / Introduction to Art History / Mr. Jefferson Boyer                                              jboyer@worwic.edu

 Fall 2010               TENTATIVE                    SCHEDULE

 DATE                   Handouts                       Chapters in the Text that correspond to the

                        Assignments &                 unit of study and the lecture.
                        tests, etc.
 Week 1                              ----    Labor Day -- No Classes--
 Mon. Sept. 6
 Wed. Sep. 8

 Week 2

                        --Course Syllabus
                        --Unit one Study Guide
                        --Artist paper #1
                        guidelines AND List of
                        artists /topics to choose

                        Due: topic for artist
                        paper # 1 (tell me, or e-
                                                      Unit One: The Ancient World (Ch. 1, 3 to 7, & 9)
                                                      Ch. 1 Why do we study the history of art?
                                                      (skip chapter 2; we will cover this in Unit Three
                                                      Ch. 3 Prehistoric Western Europe
                                                      Ch. 4 Ancient Near East

                                                      Ch. 5 Ancient Egypt
    Mon. Sep. 13                                      Ch. 6 The Aegean
                        mail it to me)
                                                      Online Video Homework: watch the free online documentary:
                                                      “ Nova: Secrets of the Parthenon” 55 minutes. pbs.org
    Wed. Sep. 15        Handout:                      Ch. 7 Ancient Greece
                        Research paper progress
                        report assignment
                                                      Ch. 7 Ancient Greece cont’d
 Week 3                                               >>Online assignment: watch “Roman City” by David Macaulay,

    Mon. Sep. 20                                      free online. Key word search : roman city Macaulay
    Wed. Sep. 22                                      (We will not include chapter 8)
                                                      Ch. 9 Ancient Rome
                        Due: progress report
 Week 4                 on research assignment        Ch. 9 Ancient Rome
    Mon. Sep. 27
    Wed. Sep. 29        Unit One TEST                 Unit One Test 1/2 of class. We’ll begin Unit Two after
                                                      the test.
                        Unit Two Study Guide          Unit TWO: The Middle Ages (Ch. 10 – 14).
                                                      Ch. 10 Early Christian and Byzantine Art

 Week 5                 Handout:                      Ch. 11 read only “Northern European Art” pages 173-182
    Mon. Oct. 4         Research paper #2             Online assignment: watch sometime before the unit test: the free
                        guidelines                    download documentary “Cathedral” by David Macaulay
    Wed. Oct. 6         DUE: Artist
                        Research Paper # 1            Ch. 12 Romanesque Art
 Week 6                                   Ch. 13 Gothic Art
   Mon. Oct. 11
   Wed. Oct. 13                           Ch. 14 Read: ‘Giotto’ pages 223-231, plus the ‘Kiss of Judas’
                                          comparison,232-233; ‘Internat’l Gothic”, 237; ‘The Limbourg Bros.’,
 Week 7           Unit Two Test
   Mon. Oct. 18   (Chapters 10 -14)       Unit TWO TEST, then after the test, we will begin
                  --Unit 3Study Guide     Unit Three: The Renaissance to Baroque
   Wed. Oct. 20                           Ch. 2 The Language of Art
                                          Online Assignment: Louvre Museum website, “A Closer
                                          look at the Mona Lisa, A Closer Look at Jan Van Eyck
                                          (more details on study guide)

 Week 8                                   Ch. 15 the Early Renaissance

   Mon. Oct. 25
   Wed. Oct. 27                           Ch. 16 the High Renaissance

 Week 9                                   The High Renaissance, , Ch. 16-- Continued
   Mon. Nov. 1
   Wed. Mar. 3

 Week 10
   Mon. Nov. 8
                  Unit Three

                  Test (last half of

                  Begin Student
                                          Ch. 18, 16th Century Painting, pages 318-327 only
                                          Unit Three test second half of class

                                          Unit Four : Neoclassicism to the Modern Age
                                          (Ch. 21 thru 25, 27-31.) Note: even though this unit is
                                          almost eleven chapters, each chapter is very short!

                                          Online Assignment: view Salvador Dali’s silent film “Un Chien
                                          Andalou” sometime before we discuss surrealism. Free online. Key
                                          words: Dali un chien andalou. Aprrox. 16. Min. long.
                                          Chapter 21     Neoclassicism
   Wed. Nov.10    Student Presentations   Chapter 22     Romanticism

 Week 11          Student Presentations   Chapter 23 19th Century Realism
   Mon. Nov. 15
   Wed. Nov. 17   Student Presentations   Chapter 24      Impressionism

                  DUE: Artist
 Week 12          Research Paper #2       Chapter 24, Impressionism (continued)
  Mon. Nov. 22
  Wed. Nov. 24    No classes today        Thanksgiving Break. Campus closed through Nov. 28
                  Continue Student
 Week 13          Presentations             Ch. 25, Post Impressionism (skip ch.26)
  Mon. 29
  Wed. Dec. 1                               Ch. 27, Cubism and Futurism ;

 Week 14          Continue student          Ch. 28 Dada, Surrealism, Social Realism,
                  presentations           Regionalism
  Mon . Dec. 6

 Wed. Dec. 8     Continue student    Ch. 30, Pop Art, Op Art, Ch. 31 Globalization
                 Last Day of Class
 Final Exam
 Mon. Dec. 14    Unit Four Test ( this is the Final Exam): Mon. Dec. 13, 12 noon- 2:00 p.m.


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