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Unformatted text preview: The Presidential Primary The Presidential Primary Process Process PART I: EVOLUTION AND PART I: EVOLUTION AND ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS Preparation for Midterm Preparation for Midterm Four questionsall randomly selected from midterm study guide New Date for Midterm Tuesday, April 27 (not April 22) Preparation for Midterm Preparation for Midterm Four questionsall randomly selected from midterm study guide Three elements to a complete response Preparation for Midterm Preparation for Midterm Four questionsall randomly selected from midterm study guide Three elements to a complete response Conceptual : Define/elaborate key ideas Preparation for Midterm Preparation for Midterm Four questionsall randomly selected from midterm study guide Three elements to a complete response Conceptual : Define/elaborate key ideas Empirical : Illustrate concepts with specific examples Preparation for Midterm Preparation for Midterm Four questionsall randomly selected from midterm study guide Three elements to a complete response Conceptual : Define/elaborate key ideas Empirical : Illustrate concepts with specific examples Normative : situate in course themes and issues (Why significant? Why should one care?) Preparation for Midterm Preparation for Midterm Four questionsall randomly selected from midterm study guide Three elements to a complete response Conceptual : Define/elaborate key ideas Empirical : Illustrate concepts with specific examples Normative : situate in course themes and issues (Why significant? Why should one care?) On average, a full response takes up about 1- 1 pages. Tips for Midterm Tips for Midterm All questions have equal probability of appearing on midterm Being an especially important question doesnt enhance the likelihood of its appearance Being a less important question doesnt diminish the likelihood of its appearance Tips for Midterm Tips for Midterm PACE YOURSELF; PACE YOURSELF; PACE YOURSELF!!! Exam lasts 75 minutes 18 minutes/question Place Place Head Head Here! Here! Tips for Midterm Tips for Midterm No outlines or bullet pointsWrite in full paragraphs Evaluated on how well you discuss a question Not simply on ability to identify main points Tips for Midterm Tips for Midterm Neither short answer nor essay examIts somewhere in between Forget intros and conclusions Get into the guts of the discussion Tips for Midterm Tips for Midterm Neither short answer nor essay examIts somewhere in between Forget intros and conclusions Get into the guts of the discussion Write expansively Your job: To demonstrate command of the course materials....
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2010 for the course POLITICAL 140B taught by Professor Jamesscott during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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