FAQS ABOUT THE MIDTERM EXAM

FAQS ABOUT THE MIDTERM EXAM - THE MIDTERM EXAM, HISTORY 20,...

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THE MIDTERM EXAM, HISTORY 20, WINTER 2009 WHEN ? and WHERE? Part I of the exam will be administered in University Lecture Hall starting promptly at 10:10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 6. Part II of the exam will be administered in Discussion Section meetings during the entire week of Feb. 9 through Feb. 13. PLEASE ARRIVE AT YOUR SECTION MEETING ON TIME. WHAT’S THE EXAM STRUCTURE? Part I of the exam will have a total of 40 multiple choice questions and will count for 40% of your exam grade. Part II of the exam will be six short answer responses (60% of the exam grade). You will be given a list of ten terms, drawn from the lists of terms that appear as the last slide of each lecture (an entire list is also posted on ilearn in the Midterm Exam section). You will choose six terms and write a short paragraph on each. The paragraph must be written in complete sentences; it should identify the term (who, what, when, where) and explain briefly its historical significance (why is it important in history, linked to the major themes of the course). See the posted document, “Writing Short Answers—The Five Ws Strategy,” for more information on how to compose an appropriate short answer response.
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