The Game Plan
- Questions, comments, concerns?
- Quiz #2- Sewall vs. Adams! (15 minutes)
- To start, let's put this in order: Colonial Responses to British Authority
- Which essay question did our discussion relate to?
- Even though this exam is exactly one week away, you will need to know your stuff!
If time permits, let's look at some Revolutionary Rhetoric!
Reminders and announcements :
- Your first fully evolved draft of Writing Project 1 is due via Blackboard by pm TOMORROW. Follow Professor Bray's submission guidelines! Per LCE policy, NO LATE WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED. SUBMIT YOUR DRAFT BEFORE THE DEADLINE!
- To help you as you read your Contending Voices text and are drafting your essay: CV Reading Guide
- To help you gain some familiarity with wiki's awesomeness and prepare for the exam... you have some Seminar Homework(Say what?!) involving wiki! You will need to define the term listed with your name IN A FULLY DEVELOPED PARAGRAPH(use the 5 W's to help you come up with a detailed definition). There's only one! Complete and post your definition here. You have until (Wednesday 2/15)by 5pm to post your definition! After that, the page will be locked. Students who post their definition will earn 2 points toward their final participation and attendance grade in Seminar.
- Exam I - scheduled for Thursday, February 16th. The study guide is available here:Exam I Study Guide and on Wooster's Blackboard page.
- On Thursday, 2/16 the day of your First Exam, Ms. Bray and I will be holding MANDATORY conferences with you in lieu of our regularly scheduled classes on that day.
- You will need to sign up in your writing groups. Here is the link to the schedule: LCE Conference Schedule
- The purpose of these conferences is to discuss the feedback you received on your Writing Project 1 drafts and any last minute questions you have about the exam.
- Need some additional guidance on the material for History? Here is the Supplemental Instruction Schedule for our learning community this semester: Spring 2017 SI Schedule