It is a necessity
that you read and follow all instructions for each assignment. Follow
the Assignment Turn-In Instructions below. Assignments must be turned
in by their due dates, according to the course "Schedule."
Week One Assignments
need to be scanned
into digital format (either .jpeg or .gif) and then submitted
to the course's WebCT Assignment Drop Box by the Assignment Due
Date. You can activate the course's WebCT Account by clicking
on this "Activate
Course WebCT Account" link
or via the "Activate Course WebCT Account" link located
on the course "Classroom" page.
Once you have entered WebCT > Click on the "Assignment
Dropbox" link > Select the appropriate assignment link
> Attach the File (.jpeg or .gif) > In the Subject Area
type the Assignment Title (i.e. Week One, Lettering Assignment;
Week Two: Assignment 2A; etc.) > Submit the Assignment.
for using WebCT
- Hard copies
(the Actual Drawings) must be mailed on or before the Assignment
Due Date. By the Due Date, place the appropriate Weekly Assignments
in a Manilla Envelope and mail to:
Triton College - Room AT150
2000 Fifth Avenue
River Grove, IL 60171
- Read Chapter
1 pages 1 - 8; Chapter 2 pages 9 - 15; and Chapter 5 pages 145
- 150 in your course text book (Ching book).
- Take the
Week One Reading Assignment quiz. See the Week One "Quiz"
link available in the course "Classroom" for more detailed
- View the
Agenda Information for Week One, via course "Classroom."
- View and
learn the Terminology for Week One, via course "Classroom."
Week One's Lecture. Read all information and follow all instructions.
Lectures often give tips on properly completing assignments.
the Lettering assignment, Assignment 1A.
Lettering 3/16" and 3/32", Write A-Z and
Grading Criteria: Dark Architectural
Lettering with light guidelines. Use a straight edge for all vertical
lines. I am looking for One (1) perfect of each letter. Note:
You can access sample lettering files via the course "Classroom."
Label this assignment, Week One Assignment 1A.
- Once you
have completed and turned-in all work associated with Week One
you may begin working on Week Two