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The University of Tampa First-Year Writing Program English 101 Final Exam Questions Fall 2005 Students may not bring notes or rough drafts into the class. They may bring only a standard dictionary (no bilingual dictionaries) and the Prentice Hall Reference Guide or Bedford Handbook . Essays should be approximately 500 words, written in ink on lined, clean-edge 8 ½ x 11 paper. Bring your own paper and pen. Write on alternate lines and on only ONE side of the paper. Prepare all four questions. On the day of the exam, I will choose one. Exam Times: 101D, 11-1p, in regular classroom. 101F5, 1:30-3:30, in regular classroom. 1. This semester you have encountered many new ideas through your reading, community experiences, guest speakers, and other campus events. Identify one of these new ideas—something that really surprised you, angered you, enlightened you, or changed you. Describe this idea in careful detail, and explain precisely how it caused you to think about things in a new way. Be specific in explaining your previous ideas and assumptions, as well as the basis for your new view(s).
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