PaperRewrites - (1 If you received a C or less a rewrite is...

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Begin forwarded message: From: "Dr. Michael Sudduth" <[email protected]> Date: November 17, 2008 7:33:25 PM PST To: [email protected] Subject: Comments on Mid-Term Papers Introduction to Philosophy Class, Most of you received your mid-term papers today. As Wolfgang explained to the class, the overall performance was not good. I read a number of the papers myself and found the assigned grades fair, if not overly generous in some cases. Good News. . . . The good news is that all students will have the opportunity to rewrite their paper and submit it as their final paper. Given the amount of comments Wolfgang provided for most papers, you have plenty of suggestions as to how to improve your papers. I suggest you give your rewrite serious thought. Discuss your papers with either me or Wolfgang if necessary. Here are the rules for the rewrite:
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Unformatted text preview: (1) If you received a C- or less, a rewrite is mandatory as your final paper. (2) If you received a C or higher, the rewrite is optional. Note: Every student must submit a final paper. The only issue is whether you choose to submit a rewrite or write a new paper from a list of topics to supplied upon return from Thanksgiving Break. If you submit a rewrite as your final paper, you MUST turn in both the rewrite and the original paper. When I say 'original paper,' I mean the exact paper you received back with Wolfgang's comments, not a newly printed copy of your original paper. Please be aware that *I* will be grading all final papers. REWRITES ARE DUE IN CLASS ON DECEMBER 17, 2008, the date of the final exam. If you did not receive your paper today, please email me about it. Professor Sudduth...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course PHIL 101 taught by Professor Delevati during the Fall '08 term at S.F. State.

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