General Education Competencies and Student Learning Outcomes






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BLUEGRASS COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Course Information

HUM 120 Introduction to the Humanities


Professor: Maria Arroyo

Office: NA

Phone: (859) 246-6364 (leave a message)

Email: maria.arroyo@kctcs.edu


English Area Coordinator: Jim Fenton

Phone: (859) 246-6364

Division Phone: (859) 246-6367

Assistant Dean: Diana Martin

Phone: (859) 246-6344


Course Description:

Introduces students to at least five disciplines in the humanities, such as art, literature, dance, drama cinema, philosophy, music, architecture, religion, and mythology. Explores distinctions and relationships between the disciplines through study of their basic methods, themes, and forms. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).

Textbook

None - we will use photcopies and online material available on the wiki I've developed or as handouts. http://humanidades120.wikispaces.com/Informacion+sobre+el+curso

Course Content

El contenido de esta clase se enseña en español y se trata de materiales que vienen de los paises hispano-hablantes.

Method of Instruction

In HUM 120, students will be exposed to at least five of the topics listed under the course description. Student work will be assessed by participation in class in response to required readings, films and film segments, lectures and presentations, participation in discussions, and the production of a series of 7 web quest assignments described below.

General Education Competencies and Student Learning Outcomes:

HUM 120 will address the following general education competencies and student learning outcomes:

Students should prepare for the twenty-first century by gaining:

A. Knowledge of human cultures and the physical and natural worlds through study in the sciences and mathematics, social sciences, humanities, histories, languages, and the arts

General Education Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Utilize basic formal elements, techniques, concepts and vocabulary of specific disciplines within the Arts and Humanities.

  2. Demonstrate how social, cultural, and historical contexts influence creative expression in the arts and humanities.

  3. Evaluate the significance of human expression and experience in shaping larger social, cultural, and historical contexts.

  4. Evaluate enduring and contemporary issues of human experience.

B. Intellectual and practical skills, including inquiry and analysis, critical and creative thinking, written and oral communication, quantitative literacy, information literacy, teamwork and problem solving

General Education Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Utilize basic formal elements, techniques, concepts and vocabulary of specific disciplines within the Arts and Humanities.

  2. Distinguish between various kinds of evidence by identifying reliable sources and valid arguments.

  3. Demonstrate how social, cultural, and historical contexts influence creative expression in the arts and humanities.

  4. Evaluate the significance of human expression and experience in shaping larger social, cultural, and historical contexts.

C. Personal and social responsibility, including civic knowledge and engagement (local and global), intercultural knowledge and competence, ethical reasoning and action, foundations and skills for lifelong learning

General Education Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Evaluate the significance of human expression and experience in shaping larger social, cultural, and historical contexts.

D. Integrative and applied learning, including synthesis and advanced accomplishment across general and specialized skills

General Education Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Evaluate enduring and contemporary issues of human experience.

Attendance:Attendance is mandatory; absence is limited to 5 class periods. Any absence above 5 (excused AND unexcused) may result in removal from the class roster. Absence is not an excuse for lack of preparation for the next class. All assignments are still due on time. If you must miss class (for emergency or illness), contact me or a classmate to get the assignment, or make arrangements with someone to bring in a due assignment.
Withdrawal Policy: Withdrawing from the course on or before Wednesday, October 10 does not require my permission. After that date, my permission is required. To obtain the necessary signature, a student should bring the official drop form to me before the last day of class. Generally, the best time to contact me is just before or just after the scheduled class meets. In all cases, the responsibility for withdrawing from the course is the student's. As your professor, I am not allowed to assign a "W" grade. You must officially request it. Students who simply stop attending the class will receive an "E" grade (failing) which will reduce or remove any federal financial aid you might receive.
Late Work Policy: I don't accept it so don't do it. If you anticipate a problem, make arrangements with me before the work is due.
Assignments and Grading:

The grade for Humanities 120 will be determined by the following assignments and percentages. There is no final exam.

  1. Participation 15%

  2. Weekly Quizzes 15 % (1 % each week)

  3. Weekly news report 15% (1% each week)

  4. Homework & Written assignments 35 %

  5. Final project:

A. Oral Presentation: Students will give a presentation about any aspect of Latin-American culture (e.g. a traditional dance, a famous character (Cantinflas), food, a place of historical or cultural interest, etc.) 5 %

B. Written Presentation: Student will complete a 5 page written report on the same presentation theme with appropriate citations 15%
Grading Scale: 100-90 = A; 89-80 = B; 79-70 = C; 69-60 = D; Below 60 = E.
Plagiarized Work:

Plagiarism is a serious academic offense and will be dealt with according to the policies set forth in the KCTCS Code of Student Conduct, available on-line at http://www.kctcs.edu/student/studentcodeofconduct.pdf
Please take note of the following:

Section 2.3.1 reads, in part:  Plagiarism is the act of presenting ideas, words, or organization of a source, published or not, as if they were one's own. All quoted material must be in quotation marks, and all paraphrases, quotations, significant ideas, and organization must be acknowledged by some form of documentation acceptable to the instructor for the course.

Plagiarism also includes the practice of employing or allowing another person to alter or revise the work that a student submits as the student's own. Students may discuss assignments among themselves or with an instructor or tutor, but when the actual material is completed, it must be done by the student and the student alone. The use of the term material refers to work in any form including written, oral, and electronic. Section 2.3.2 reads, in part:  For instances of academic dishonesty related to earning grades the instructor may implement any of three sanctions: A) a failing grade for the specific assignment; and/or B) a reduced grade for the course; and/or C) a failing grade for the course.

 

Student Rights and Responsibilities:


All rules and regulations set forth in the current edition of the KCTCS Community College Code of Student Conduct will be followed in this course. The Code of Conduct is available online at: http://www.kctcs.edu/student/studentcodeofconduct.pdf.
Reasonable Accommodation:

Students with disabilities who require accommodations (academic adjustments and/or auxiliary aids or services) for this course must contact a staff member in BCTC's Disability Support Services (DSS) office, 103 Oswald Building.  The DSS phone number is 246-6530.  Please do not request accommodations directly from the professor.

Programmacion/class content:
Programación: Hum 120 en español

Semana 1

-Discusion del plan de estudios (syllabus) e introducción al estudio de las Humanidades

- Pautas para una buena redacción – actividad en clase

-lecturas para la casa.

Semanas 2, 3 & 4: Area La novela (selecciones)

    1. Miguel de Cervantes: Don Quijote de la Mancha (Satire)

    2. Francisco de Quevedo: El Buscón (social critique)

    3. Juan Rulfo: Pedro Páramo (magical realism)

    4. Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Cien anos de soledad (magical realism)

    5. Tomas Rivera: Y la tierra no se lo trago (realism)

Semana 5, 6 : Area La poesia (selecciones)

1. Sor Juana: Hombres Necios y otras poemas

  1. Octavio Paz: selecciones

  2. César Vallejo: selecciones de 'Los Heraldos Negros y España, Aparta de Mí Este Cáliz '

  3. Pablo Neruda: selecciones de 'Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada'

Semanas 7, 8 y 9: Area: Arte

  • Discusión sobre la ideología de los pintores y el uso simbolismo en sus cuadros. ¿Como influye su ideología en su trabajo?

Pintor

Nacionalidad

Obra

1.Diego Velázquez

Español

Las Meninas

2.Frida Khalo

Mexicana

Autoretrato/ El tiempo vuela

3.Fernando Botero (escultor)

Colombiano

Los músicos/ la familia

Salvador Dali (representante del surrealismo)

Español

La persistencia de la memoria

Semanas 10, 11 y 12 Area: Obra de teatro

    1. Jose Zorrilla: Don Juan Tenorio

    2. Otra obras de teatro

Semanas 13, 14, 15 Area: Cine: Pelicula en clase y pelicula para ver en casa (opciones posibles)

      1. Luis Puenzo: La historia oficial (https://www2.bc.edu/~rusch/ho.html)

      2. Guillermo del Toro: El laberinto del fauno

Final Project presentations Week

KCTCS is an Equal Opportunity Institution

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