Hist 102gm - relflection on course

Hist 102gm- - textures or even the paper would be helpful and this much ambiguity makes me uncertain or my work and general ideas Furthermore

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Hist – 102gm Prof. Glenn and Mr. Justin Haar Reflection on the course: The course is engaging and it makes me read a lot more than I use to before, and making me think for myself a lot more rather than being force fed information. I like the way in which the books are discussed and I am allowed to develop my own interpretation. However a little more guidance regarding the direction in which the course is headed and what you want us to look out for or discuss more whether it be in class or in the texts and
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Unformatted text preview: textures or even the paper would be helpful and this much ambiguity makes me uncertain or my work and general ideas. Furthermore, before I begun reading Chretien de Troyes I was told by my TA what I might want to look out for and that really helped me to form a better understanding of what I could possibly gain while reading the text, making it easier to see its importance and significance. Hence, such methods that give us a little more guidance might be helpful....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course HIST 100g taught by Professor Jasonglenn during the Fall '11 term at USC.

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