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Music: History of Rock and Roll

MU 015 OL1 (CRN: 60022)

3 Credit Hours

About MU 015 OL1

Examines rock music as a succession of related musical styles and as a social movement reflecting and influencing the changing American political and social landscape.

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Pre-College and High School

Notes

Dates: May 23 - June 17, 2016

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Section Description

This course looks at rock music from two perspectives: as a succession of related musical styles characterized by specific musical elements; and as a social movement influenced by and reflecting the changing American political and social climate from 1950 to the present. Through reading, directed listening, and asychronous online discussion, students will sharpen their appreciation and understanding of historically important styles of rock and develop an awareness of how the music and its performers have contributed to and reflected America's on-going social and cultural development.

Section Expectation

History of Rock and Roll is an online course that runs for 4 weeks. This means that you?ll cover the same amount of material online as in a full-semester 14-week classroom course in less than 1/3 the time, which implies the following: 1. In a full-semester course the average student spends about 3 hours per week in class and 3-5 hours per week on assignments. For this course you can expect to spend at least twice that amount of time (or more!) online ?in class? and on assignments. 2. In a full-semester classroom course you can often segregate one or two days to attend class and work on assignments. In an online course you can?t expect to log in once or twice during the week to do all your work. You?ll need to be able to log in often during the week to follow and keep up with the online discussion, which is an essential requirement of the course. 3. In a full-semester course, if you need to miss a week of class you can usually catch up without a problem. In an online course that lasts only 4 weeks you will have missed a lot of material, and will be asked to withdraw from the course. If you have a vacation planned or an inordinately heavy work schedule during the period that the course runs, you should not register for it. It can be VERY difficult to catch up once you fall behind. 4. In a full-semester classroom course, other than class meeting times and written assignments, there are relatively few deadlines to meet. In a 4-week online course there are multiple deadlines to meet EACH WEEK for postings and assignments. While it is true that in an online course there are no specific times when you must be online, you?ll need to adhere to these deadlines each week.

Evaluation

Your grade will be determined as follows: Discussion + Listening 50% Mid-term Exam 25% Final Exam 25%

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