Week_Nine - IAH 207 Week Nine March 18th, 2010 Reminders...

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IAH 207 Week Nine March 18 th , 2010
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Reminders Reading for next week Monday: CP 307-337 Wednesday: 339-367 (Starting Japan) Questions for next week Monday: Section 12 Wednesday: Section 13 Starting today, I’ll be calling on random students at random times during recitation. This will contribute to the participation grade.
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Important Note When answering questions on pop quizzes or short answers on the exams, don’t just write everything you know about the topic. You need to answer the question. If a correct answer is buried in a pile of irrelevant information, you won’t get credit. We can’t tell if you really understood the text or not. Related information that doesn’t
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Upcoming Dates Paper One Due today Back in at most 2 weeks Less if we can, but we can’t promise that Rewrite due one week after paper returned Paper Two Topics due April 8 th Paper due April 22 nd
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Infernal Affairs Lau Mole inside the police
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2010 for the course IAH 001 taught by Professor Wang during the Spring '10 term at Michigan State University.

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Week_Nine - IAH 207 Week Nine March 18th, 2010 Reminders...

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