of Classics, Monmouth College
This is the form which will be used to evaluate your
product of this project can take the form of a research paper, creative
writing, artwork, website or any other work which deals with material
covered in course readings or discussions.
Length (if appropriate)
of topic (appropriateness to theme in a college course)
/ Personal Reflection
(How have you made this material your own?)
Abstract of the product
abstract describes and summarizes the product so that the audience can
obtain a general idea of the paper, artwork, or other product before viewing
or reading it.
Project Overview and Self-Evaluation
summary of how the project was conceived and prepared
b.) the goals of the project;
c.) an explanation of how you used and analyzed sources (originality);
d.) your evaluation of the ways your project meet the project goals
(For format of
bibliographic references, see Writing
quantity of research
A minimum of ten sources are required for a B-range grade.
Twenty are required for a project worthy of an A-range grade.
quality of research
Course books and websites evaluated by the class can be cited in the
bibliography but only as complements to the minimum number required works.
It is highly recommended that a variety of resources be consulted, including
books, journals, and websites. Heavy reliance on a single kind of resource
(especially encyclopoedia articles or websites) is not advised.
At least one citation from J-Stor is required for a B grade.
A typical annotation will be at
least 100- words (not
including bibliographic information and should
contain a summary of the source and the way
that this source was used in the
use of Artstor (if appropriate)
If images are inserted into the body
of the project, they need to be numbered with informative captions.
Otherwise, images must be provided in an appendix with citations. Be sure to
applies at least to abstract, project overview and self-evaluation. Where
appropriate it also applies to the actual project.
appropriate use of fonts
(Have you proof-read and spell-checked? Have you avoided contractions,
Appearance and Neatness
especially to artwork, powerpoints, etc.)
This material has been published on the web by Prof.
Tom Sienkewicz for his students at Monmouth
College. If you have any questions, you can
contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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