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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/2/11 Reading ourselves
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5/2/11 Recap Why did Francis Crick and his colleagues decide that genetic information must be coded in triplets? What kind of methods did they first use to crack the code? What kind of methods finally worked? Crick had an explanation for why the second kind of method worked rather
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5/2/11 Final project Prompt will be up on WebCt by the beginning of next week. I just need some extra time to make sure that it is helpful rather than confusing! Sorry for the delay, but with a few tiny modifications, it’s the same assignment that I presented last Friday.
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5/2/11 Two parts to the assignment A folder containing ten archival items A catalog for an imaginary exhibition
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5/2/11 Imagine the stuff in glass cases
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5/2/11 Here’s what a catalog might look like
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5/2/11 Components of the catalog A 500-800 word biography of the subject (YOU, aged 58 or so). A 300-500 word introduction to the section ‘First quarter in college’ (actually the whole thing, but you have to imagine it as one section). Ten short (100-200 word) entries for your archival objects, three of which should be accompanied by images of
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5/2/11 The intellectual challenge of this assignment is to connect the archival evidence you have accumulated during this quarter with an interpretation of the significance of this time in your life.
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