in this differs from the four "learning units" of this course. What
you have here is an assignment that has two main parts:
essay/diary that it's intended you work on
the term, which draws facts from your unit summary forms
and results in
a first-person "diary" that you will use in the final exam as a historical source document. This writing covers 12 of the civilizations/eras that
we study, as described on this chart, which indicates the unit in which each is studied. In order to confirm that
you understand what's required I ask you to submit a draft of the FIRST PAGE
(only) of your diary by the end of Unit 1. That page deals with the
Lascaux civilization and the facts for it are provided in your workbook
on page 4 as an
example of the
format of intended USF entries.
separate from your diary but based on it. This work is
Work Instructions at
the link below. The instructions are always accessible but the download for
the conclusions work specific to a term may be activated about 80% through the term. This work is your "take home" final
exam; this course has no traditional scheduled "final exam"
during finals week. CLICK HERE to access the
conclusions work instructions and downloads.