Study Guide for the First Exam

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Study Guide for the First Exam Below is the study guide for the first exam, scheduled to be given on March 11. It will consist of a mix of multiple choice, short answer, and an essay question. So that you might better prepare for the essay, the question is found at the bottom of this document. You may prepare the essay at home but you are expected to write in class without the help of notes. Be familiar with is my way of saying that you can expect to see the material presented as a multiple choice question. Be able to define/list/describe suggests that you might see the material in the form of a short answer question. I have listed the pages from the Lukens textbook (8 th edition: If you have another edition, check the index or table of contents to find the material.) that you should read to prepare for this test; read carefully means exactly that. You can expect to see several short answer questions from the required novels— Charlotte’s Web, The Tale of Despereaux, Esperanza Rising , and Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key. Remember that you will not be—save for the essay question—tested on the material for the Lukens paper. Please direct all questions and concerns to me.
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