The Nametag Assignment
Make a permanent nametag to stand up on or hang over the front of your desk. The nametag should show the name you want to be called, in large, easy-to-read letters, and there should be no other text visible. "Text" means letters in any alphabet, numerals, and punctuation marks. (Remember that, in this course, the use of pencils is never acceptable for any of the homework assignments.) This part of the assignment is worth up to a possible 3 points, in half-point increments.
In addition to your name, see how much more you can tell us about yourself by using images, objects, materials, color, style, etc. Keep in mind that anything too small to be clearly visible doesn't tell us much about you. This is not an art project, but it is an opportunity to be creative! Who are you? What's important to you? What's your personality like? See how much of that you can communicate via the nametag. This part of the assignment is worth up to a possible 4 points, in half-point increments.
Think "outside the box." If you're not familiar with that phrase, you should look it up. This part of the assignment is worth up to a possible 3 points, in half-point increments.
The more you tell your classmates about yourself while following the instructions and thinking "outside the box," the more credit you will earn, up to a maximum of 10 points.
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