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esl_223_midterm_study_guide - ESL 223 Yoder Spring 2008 EAP...

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ESL 223; Yoder Spring 2008 EAP Reading Midterm Study Guide The Midterm Exam for this class will take place in our normal classroom (C-112 Wells) Wednesday, February 27 from 8AM-9:30AM. The exam will be a paper and pencil exam and comprise questions over the following topics we’ve discussed in class: Content I’ll ask you 3-5 short-answer questions about the articles that we’ve read in class so far. For example: What are some of the major contributors to CVD? How can cases of CVD be reduced? For these questions, you’ll need to write in complete sentences. Incomplete sentences or one- word answers will receive no points. Vocabulary All of the vocabulary we’ve talked about in class is fair game. Question formats will include: matching, fill-in-the-blank paragraphs, sentence creation, and definition completion. A comprehensive vocabulary list is shown below: access to awareness afford acquired diagnose contribute common discrimination expertise foundation diagnose escaping factors indicate encouraging
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