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HIS 315K - Final Exam Study Guide

HIS 315K - Final Exam Study Guide - FINALEXAMSTUDYGUIDE...

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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE History 315K, Fall 2007 Check announcements on Blackboard for information about TA and Seaholm office  hours. Important Exam Information: 40545, MWF 9-10, Exam date:12/15/07, 9 am – 12 noon, UTC 2.112A 40651, MWF 203, Exam date: 12/18/07, 9 am – 12 noon, UTC. 2.112A Bring a new unmarked blue book.  Plan to write ALL your exam answers in the blue book. I will report your grades to the Registrar on 12/21.  Therefore, you will not be able to view  your History 315K course grade, online, until 5 pm on 12/21. You may pick up your final exam blue book from my office (Garrison Hall 4.124) on, or  after, 1/14/08.   If you have questions about your course grade, please contact me—not your Teaching  Assistant.   I will be on holiday from 12/22 through 1/7 , so I ask you not to call or email me  with your questions during that time.   Final Exam Format: There will be one essay question (worth 50 – 70 points).  This essay question will have to  do with the last third of the class:  the lectures and readings assignments since the  second exam.  This means, all lectures from 10/29 through 12/7; Henretta, chapters 8-14;  The Bonds of Womanhood  by Nancy Cott and  Uncle Tom’s Cabin  by Harriet Beecher  Stowe.  All lecture outlines are posted under course documents on Blackboard.  Reading  guides for the books by Cott and Stowe are also posted on Blackboard.  There will be 30-40 multiple choice questions.  These multiple choice questions may be 
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