Readme_for_ACE_Winter_2009_ECON202

Readme_for_ACE_Winter_2009_ECON202 - listening The activity...

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I will usually post most of the PowerPoint slides I use in class before lectures. I recommend that you bring hard copies to lectures (however, in the past, some students preferred to edit them on their laptops during class instead). Generally, the slides will not be complete. Specifically, they will usually not include graphs. The main reason for not including graphs is to make sure you get some practice drawing them (on examinations, students often really “screw up” graphs they have never drawn). In addition, I realize that it is hard to stay alert in lectures if you are just passively seating in your seats
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Unformatted text preview: listening. The activity of occasionally having to write something down will hopefully help you stay alert and attentive. In addition, not including everything discourages less mature students from thinking that downloading these notes is a substitute for attending lectures. There may by typographical and other mistakes in these files that will be corrected in class. If you skip classes, you will be left on your own to figure out these errors....
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course ECON 202 taught by Professor Angelatrimarchi during the Spring '10 term at Waterloo.

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