HUM 01 STUDENTS- LA MISSION COLLEGE- SUMMER 2015
Our syllabus for the Summer 2015 session is available.
Please look it over and email me with any questions
you may have. There is no textbook; however,
the reader we will use is available at the bookstore.
To see the syllabus for Hum 1 click HERE.
To see the calendar for Summer 2015 click HERE.
For some idea of what I am looking for in the "short write" assignments click here .
* As discussed in class, here is a sample paper for you to use as a guide.
Please do not use any parts of my response in answering any
future prompts for yourself.
To see my writing sample click here.
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Notes for June 29
* I added an Extra Credit assignment. You can find
the page by clicking the link to the left.
* The next short write is due Tuesday! I will upload the prompt this weekend.
* Along with the "Daily Life of the Romans", please make sure you have read the
reading I posted on the HUM 1- Summer 2015 assignments page.
* I have posted suggested topics for the Midterm due Tuesday, July 7th.
* I have posted a link to the video that we saw in class today about
Christianity in the Roman Empire.
HUM 02 - LASC students
I have finished grades for Hum 02 Studies in Selected Cultures.
To see your grade click HERE.
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We have always believed we are unique, but how and why has changed throughout human history.
My class will focus on how different cultures and eras have understood what it means to be human. By that I mean a focus on how we have understood our relationship to ourselves, those around us, and our place in the universe. We will study the art, history, sociology, and philosophy of various cultures in order to better understand how we define who we are in the world.
We will cover ancient civilizations in the Middle East, the Far East, Africa, Central America, as well as Ancient Greece and Rome. It is important to recognize their contributions to world history and our lives and culture today. I believe that in order to better understand where we are going, we first need to understand where we have been, and how past views of what it means to be human has shaped the world today.
I look forward to this semester and hearing how you shape your world view as you continue your education as Mission College.
Want to know what I use as a guideline to grading? Click here to see the rubric I use.
Please click here to email me, or use the link on the left.
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