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May 2, 2017 by Rose Marie Myalil (rmyalil)
EALL 6831 : Daoism in East Asia
Tue, 02 May 2017 08:02:55 GMT
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 17:36:35 GMT
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East Asian Language and Literature (EALL)
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
East Asian Languages and Literatures (EALL)
Long Course Title
Daoism in East Asia
Short Course Title
Daoism in East Asia
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EALL 3831 - Daoism in East Asia
REL 3831 - Daoism in East Asia
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General introduction to the Daoist (Taoist) Tradition in China and in East Asia. Students who take the course for graduate credit will be assigned additional work.
1. Have a basic knowledge of the Daoist Tradition.
2. Be able to think, discuss and write analytically about the key Daoist beliefs, practices,
rituals, and ideas in different historical periods
and their interactions with other religious
3. Be able to understand, interpret and contextualize the primary sources and secondary
scholarship in relation to the social and cultural backgrounds of China.
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Recommended Syllabus Template_082516.docx
Assignment of Credit Hours_Final__Oct 2016.docx
Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
Attached syllabus is updated including credit hour policy.
Course Reviewer Comments
Wed, 09 Apr 2014 15:21:31 GMT
Rollback: need to distinguish grad-level work by more than number of pages; need to specify extra assignments
Sun, 14 Aug 2016 22:43:36 GMT
Rollback: Please add class schedule and U policy on religious holidays to syllabus.
Sat, 19 Nov 2016 22:49:45 GMT
Rollback: Syllabus must contain the required OAPA boilerplate regarding: Course requirements and grading; Attendance and Participation; Goals and Learning Outcomes; Weekly Schedule; Academic Integrity; Support for Students Outside the Classroom; Religious Holidays; Security. Consult template uploaded with syllabus. Also, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education now requires that all syllabi include average minimum amount of out-of-class or independent learning expected per week. For more detail see provost.gwu.edu/files/downloads/Resources/Assignment-Credit-Hours-7-2016.pdf.