CLAS230 Classical Mythology
Department of Classics
Monmouth College

For Tuesday, April 2, 2002, I would like you to submit to me (preferably via e-mail) a Progress Report on your individualized project.   This report  should include the following information:

1.) a paragraph describing the topic you are pursuing;

2.) a summary of what you have done so far and plan to do to prepare this topic;

3.) an annotated bibliography of resources  (minimum of five, not including course texts) you have consulted or planned to consult. Annotated means that you will add a sentence or two noting how you think you can use the information in this resource for your project;

4.) a short paragraph describing how you plan to present this project; i.e., what medium (paper, artwork, webpage, etc.) do you plan to use and why.

For further information, see individualized project guidelines.

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