HIS 112 (Fall 2017)
8 Week Course Assignment Schedule
23 October Start Date

 
Grades are recorded in the gradebook in Blackboard. For an explanation of the critical course deadlines, highlighted on the schedule in bold, please see the course syllabus.
 
Week Starts Topic Required Assignments and Critical Course Deadlines Due Date Possible
Points
23 October Unit 1: Introduction Introduction Paragraph, Syllabus Quiz and Blackboard Post 8 am
26 October
15
Unit 2: Seventeenth-Century Europe Seventeenth-Century paragraph 8 am
30 October
50
30 October Unit 3: East Asia

Blackboard post/respond
Last Refund Date/First Assignment Due Date Deadline (31 October)

8 am
2 November
5
Unit 4: Persia, a Gunpowder Empire? Unit 4 extra credit (not required) 8 am
6 November
 
Digital Project choice of topic and type of project 8 am
30 November
 
Digital Project assignment 8 am
7 December
150
6 November Unit 5: Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment Blackboard post/respond 8 am
9 November
5
Unit 6: Industrialization and Western Modernization   8 am
13 November
 
13 November Unit 7: Nineteenth-Century World Imperialism paper 8 am
16 November
100
Unit 8: Russia Midterm Exam 20 November 150
20 November Unit 9: World War I   8 am
23 November
 
Unit 10: World War II Genocide group project
Last Withdrawal Date (25 November)
8 am
27 November
100
27 November Unit 11: South Asian Independence   8 am
30 November
 
Unit 12: Decolonization and Nation-Building Bao Ninh paper 8 am
4 December
100
4 December Unit 13: Cold War (Digital project from unit 4 due) 8 am
7 December
 
Unit 14: Worldwide Modernization Wikipedia Analysis paper 8 am
11 December
100
11 December Unit 15: Final Exam Final exam 14 December 200
Unit 16: Twenty-First Century World Reflective paragraph and Blackboard posting
Course End Date (17 December)
8 am
17 December
25
    TOTAL REQUIRED POINTS   1,000
 
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The specific assignment deadlines in this course are listed on the course schedule.

There are extra credit options available in each unit of the course: (1) You may submit one item of extra credit in each unit of the course; (2) you may not submit extra credit work from a unit once that unit has been completed; (3) you may not submit extra credit work if you are not up-to-date on the course required assignments.

Course grades are based on the following scale:

  • 1,000-900:  A
  •    899-800:  B
  •    799-700:  C
  •    699-600:  D
  •    599-000:  F

 

 

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