Class 07 Outline - CS162 PRESIDENTIAL COMMUNICATION Tim...

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CS162: P RESIDENTIAL C OMMUNICATION Tim Groeling ([email protected] ) Class 7: More On Primaries Please turn off your cell phone ringers Announcements Friday: Might be a few minutes late getting here from CLICC lab. Monday: First exam Talk about exam format Optional assignment: Suggest exam questions in online discussion forum Twofold study tool: Coming up with questions helps you study; answering others’ is good review.
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SoU Assignment Mini-assignment: One participation point. Watch State of the Union address next Monday night. [We’ll talk about SOUs later in the context of Baum and Kernell.] C-SPAN and the White House web sites might have it, too. Take notes. Don’t watch post-speech analysis. Try to pay attention to what you thought were the most/least important points, and the ones that made the most/least sense to you. Then, read three different print/web news accounts of the speech and compare what they focused on [headline; lead paragraph; after the jump; etc]. Write up a two paragraph response that discusses how the coverage got the speech “right” or “wrong” based on what you observed. Also include citations for the articles you’re comparing. Submit it to the homework board by the end of class Weds. I’ll post a message on the Homework Board for you to reply to. The Exam 50-minute in-class exam E-mail me NOW to schedule the makeup if you can’t make the regular exam. Don’t bring blue books: Just two pens My typical exam format: Mix of single-sentence, single-paragraph, and single-page questions 20 points total
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Sample Single Sentence Question From another course, obviously. Probably answer 5 of 6 or such.
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