Study Guide for First Exam

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Study Guide for First Lecture Exam What does the test look like? 20% textbook (objective) and 80% lecture (subjective) Section One: Textbook Questions (2 points each) Anything that was NOT covered in class 2 T/F questions; 3 fill in the blank; 5 multiple choice Section Two: Identifications (5 points each) Complete Sentences; People, places, ideas, phrases from lecture Section Three: Essay (50 points) Answer one essay from the two questions provided Generally a question that you have to defend your answer WITH EVIDENCE Broad statements and generalizations are not sufficient What can I do to prepare for the exam? Come to class and take your own notes Perhaps find a study buddy/group; limit to 3 like-minded people Read the textbook Find the items we DO NOT discuss in class How might you put this into a question? Transfer lecture notes to individual notecards in ID form Review the 5 W’s on a regular basis Before the exam, practice writing the IDs without notes Think about possible essay questions Practice outlining/writing essays Generally questions where you decide and defend your answer with evidence
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course HIST 134 taught by Professor Bradford during the Spring '07 term at SFASU.

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