I've read them all and taken notes on them
I've read them all, but could up my game on taking notes.
I've read more than half of them and maybe taken a few notes
I have taken a look at most of the articles
I should maybe get the book, so I can start that
I've missed a couple of classes, but I think I'm caught up
My attendance could be a bit better
I missed a class once, but got in touch with the prof to stay caught up
I've missed quite a few classes
I haven't submitted it yet. I think I need help.
I submitted a thesis and MLA bibliography and posted my picture. I really understand how people saw this star in the 1950s.
I handed in my stuff. I think I got the bibliography at least 80% right. I've also posted pictures.
I handed some stuff a bit late, but it is there now. I need to get my pictures up on the website.
I handed in my stuff. I think I got the bibliography at least 70% right. I need to get my pictures up on the site!
I am not sure how to find the class website and haven't looked at it on my own.
I have taken a quick look at the options and should make a plan
I have been submitting my notes, and I know which assignments I want to do.
I think I have pretty good idea of which assignments I will do.
I have started working at least one of the assignments in a serious way, and have a good plan in place.
I get the main ideas and could explain to a stranger what the course is about in general terms.
I'm confused. Maybe it would help to borrow someone's notes and to do a review?
I need a little help getting caught up with some of the terminology and ideas.
I can explain what it means to study visual culture and would recognize most of the new terms from the course. I can explain why we are studying the 1950s.
I know that Visual Culture borrows ideas from other disciplines. I can tell you lots of "fun facts" from the readings and lectures, and am beginning to get the hang of terms like prescriptive, symbolic, aspirational, etc.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.