Choose three composers from the Romantic Era. Pretend they all had an opportunity to meet, perhaps at a party. What do you think they might say to one another about music and culture? Construct the conversation as you imagine it. Initial posts are to be a minimum of 250 words.In addition to responding to the Forum question, students are also required to respond to two classmates by asking “the composers” additional questions. Responses to others are to be a minimum of 100 words.Goal: The goal of this forum is to explore the lives and music of Romantic era composers.This forum addresses course objective #1, #2 and #3.InstructionsInitial posts must be 250+ words, using correct grammar and spellcheck, posted by Thursday 11:55 p.m. ET each week. Part of the requirement for asubstantive postis to bring something new to the conversation. Read the forum prompt and fully answer it, demonstrate understanding of the lesson/content, include evidence from firsthand experience, reference to the course materials, and apply what you’re discussing to work, life, and reality.For Peer replies, respond substantively to at least TWO of your classmates for full credit, with 100+ words each post. This helps build a friendly and collegial environment in our class, and its part of your forum grade. Substantively answering questions that the instructor (me!) asks during that week’s discussion DO count toward your participation points. Making substantive posts will make the discussion more interesting and educational for everyone. Please let me know if you have any questions.This forum addresses course objective #1, #2 and #3.Use spell-check and check your word count.If you do quote or paraphrase from a source, please list the source at the bottom of your post.Your responses should be a friendly greeting and include two or more of the following:Asking a thoughtful questionShare additional content or sourcesShare your insight and experience/offer perspectiveGive encouragement and making other connections to the topicThe purpose of peer replies is to develop academic discussion and take our thinking to a deeper level in applying this week’s topic.DUE DATES:Initial post (250+ words) due: Thursday by 11:55 p.m. ETResponses (100+ words each) to 2 or more peers and/or your instructor due: Sunday by 11:55 p.m. ETLate posts may be reduced by 10% per day late for up to 5 days. Posts 6 or more days late may be reduced by 50% of the possible earned score.Rubric.Forums.MUSI200.pdf
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