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141078 SE Seminar on Modern Islam (2021S)
Continuous assessment of course work
Voraussetzungen: AR-3 und AR-10
- Registration is open from Mo 01.02.2021 08:00 to Fr 05.03.2021 10:00
- Deregistration possible until We 31.03.2021 23:59
max. 24 participants
Presently the seminar is planned in digital form.
Assessment and permitted materials
Preparation of the texts; active participation in the discussion of the texts; B.A. thesis
Corona-Update: Due to the switch to home-learning students' active participation will be assessed on the basis of weekly submitted summaries (incl. reflections) of the assigned texts in the range of approx. 3 pages. Analogous to the obligatory nature of physical presence under normal conditions, these weekly submissions are likewise obligatory. Nevertheless three "absences" (i.e. non-submissions) will be tolerated.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
The minimum requirements for a positive completion of the course are active participation, preparation of the texts (reading, translation and engagement with content) and the writing of a B.A. thesis (including possible reflections) on a selected topic from the field of Islamic law. The B.A. thesis has to be submitted in due time and has to conform to the guidelines of good scientific practice. Physical presence is obligatory (3 absences will be tolerated). Grading will be based on preparation/participation and the B.A. thesis at a 30:70 ratio.
Will be specified during the seminar.
Will be made available via moodle.
Last modified: We 03.03.2021 12:28