Sport and Recreation
Department of Classics
Summary of Goals and
Your final grade will be determined in the following way:
and Papers 50%
II. Resource Summary and
Quizzes and Papers
Instead of a
mid-term and final exam there will be SIX (6) quizzes.
These quizzes will
include a quiz based upon the site
plan for Olympia and
Quizzes (You have to pass the map portion to pass the course);
and three unit quizzes based upon material covered in class and in
course readings. For some sample multiple choice questions for these quizzes
Other types of questions may include true/false, fill-in the blank, and short
Other quizzes, both announced and unannounced, may be given at the discretion of
the instructor. No make-ups for quizzes will be given (except the map quiz), but at least one
of these quiz grades will be dropped.
In addition to these quizzes there will be a number of short
written assignments, the average of which will be equivalent to one quiz grade.
One of these written assignments will be a mid-course
All of this work will count 50% of the final
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