What Would Wooster Do?

Remember the Exam is broken down as follows:

First 50 points: Chronologies and Terms

  • What are some possible chronologies included in your notes thus far?
  • What are some terms from large lecture and your readings (CV and Primary Source Documents on Blackboard)?

Second 50 points: Essays

  • What themes have emerged thus far that could eventually be formulated into an exam essay?
    • Consider this:
      • How does Dr. Wooster present his argument in large lecture?
      • What readings from Contending Voices and the Primary Sources does he assign to complement the lecture?
      • What supplemental assignment corresponds with lecture themes?

Your last task of the day: READ, WRITE AND TALK ABOUT A TOPIC OF YOUR CHOICE!

Your group will need to select a term/chronology topic from the envelope circulating around the room. Using your knowledge of the topic and your lecture notes, your group's task is to prepare a 1 minute presentation on your topic of choice.

Ground Rules: You MUST incorporate a visual so that your peers may learn or better understand the concept, and everyone in your group MUST speak!

So, what was the purpose of this exercise?