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Expos Final Exam: Monday, May 2, 2011 Exam Format Students will write an in-class essay during 1 class period (80 minutes). The exam will ask students to connect Gregory Stock’s “The Enhanced and the Unenhanced” to 2 other essays we read this semester. Students will not know what these essays are in advance. Students will not see the essay question in advance. Students may use The New Humanity Reader, a personal dictionary, and a print-out copy of Pallasmaa’s “The Eyes of the Skin” during the exam. They may not use any other notes or sheets of paper. Expectations The midterm is graded pass/fail. Students must pass the final to pass the course . A passing exam will do all the things a C level paper will do in Expos: have an emerging project, make some valid connections between texts, demonstrate reading comprehension, and create a coherent relationship between paragraphs. A passing exam will have control over significant sentence-level errors that impede meaning.
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