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Unformatted text preview: Guide for Mid-Term Examination Thursday, March 1, 2007 2:00-3:15 PM McBryde 308 ENGL/AFST 3634 African American Literature Dr. Chandler The following sheet is a guide to help you make final preparations to take the midterm exam. Your class notes are an important part of this process. This sheet is only a guide to help you prepare for the test. It cannot and will not list every possible element that could be on the exam. The test is created from your readings, my lecture notes, and our class discussion, and it will focus heavily on your ability to apply the knowledge of your reading to the test. Basic Points 1. You should know the authors name and at least 1 title for all the authors we have read thus far. I will craft questions from those authors and works. Use your syllabus as a guide. 2. Be sure to review the section on the vernacular tradition to review the introductory lectures we explored at the beginning of the semester. 3. Dont try to write everything. Only give me what I ask for to avoid running out of valuable time. 4. Use your notes. I bring up particular issues in class for a reason, because I plan for you to see them again. So, if you have been in class, use your notes as a guide. So, if you have been in class, use your notes as a guide....
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