Lab_Schedule - Econ 104 Autumn 2010 Page 1 University of...

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Econ 104 Autumn 2010 Page 1 University of Victoria Economics 104 Principles of Macroeconomics Spring 2008 Lab Classes for ECON 104 Structure of Lab Classes Lab classes will be based primarily upon the chapter questions from the course textbook, Frank, Bernanke, Osberg, Cross, and Maclean (2009). The lab instructors will be going through selected questions, providing context and assistance with the answers. Students are strongly advised to prepare the material for the lab in advance (review the relevant chapters & chapter questions); attending the lab classes without preparation is unlikely to be a good use of your time. Moreover, by preparing the lab classes, students will keep on top of the material as the course progresses, which is necessary to understand the material (and to do well in the examinations). Attendance and participation in labs is expected and students are well advised to attend in order to keep up with the material. There are, however, no grades associated with labs. Lab classes may also have practice short answer questions for students; this is useful preparation
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2011 for the course ECON 104 taught by Professor Voss during the Winter '10 term at University of Victoria.

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