Exam 2 Workshop!
- Questions, comments, concerns?
- History Reading Quiz#5- This group quiz will be over Chapter 10 Beecher vs. Stanton.
- Group up into your Learning Community E Quiz Groups!
- An Experiment in Group Think!
- A Challenge for you all!
- Which essay prompt would you like to go over? Essay 1? or Essay 3?
- Last Task: Let's try and figure out which essay prompts the chronology sets we discussed in Seminar on Monday relate to!
Reminders and announcements:
- 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 alongside 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. You have until (Tuesday 3/27)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 history quiz reading averages in Seminar.
- Friday, March 23rd: First Year Research Conference Proposals due!
- Wednesday, March 28th: EXAM II
- Here is the copy of the exam study guide: EXAM II REVIEW
- Wednesday, March 28th- Midterm grades for all of your LC E courses will post on SAIL/Blackboard. Please come by and visit with us if you have questions or concerns. These grades are NOT permanent and are intended to give you a sense of your performance so far this semester. Remember, you have only completed a portion of the coursework thus far, :) If you have questions about your midterm grade, please come and see me during office hours.
- Monday, April 2nd- Summer/Fall 2018 online class schedule available to view on SAIL. Please come by to see me if you'd like guidance on registration. While I am no expert, I can certainly offer feedback! Make sure to reach out to your Academic Advisor and schedule an appointment soon!
- Make-up Exam day- Wednesday, April 4th
- Large lecture will not meet on this day. If you do not need to take a make-up, the learning community instructors will have optional meetings with students during large lecture class time to discuss student's grades in the LC. If you do need to take the make-up exam, you will need to get a letter of permission from me or Wooster to take your missed exam. :)
- Friday, April 6th is the last day to drop a course for the semester! Make sure to visit with your professors before you decide to drop a course!