WCII Course Calendar, sec 124, Spring 2008 Revised Feb 3

WCII Course Calendar, sec 124, Spring 2008 Revised Feb 3 -...

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HIS1102-124: World Civilizations II Course Calendar Spring 2008 Revised February 3, 2008 This Course Calendar gives a day-by-day breakdown of assigned readings, scheduled exams, and a few pre-scheduled quizzes. Please note that pop quizzes and in-class writing assignments are always possible and, naturally, will be given without prior notice (as indicated in the syllabus, no makeup assignments will be given for in-class quizzes or miscellaneous assignments). If rescheduling of the calendar is required due to instructor illness or emergency, assignments will be rescheduled later in the semester. No exam or scheduled quiz will be given before the dates scheduled below. In general, you should schedule at least 6 hours of private study per week for this class, especially at the start of the semester when you are getting used to the nature of the course. This time should be used to review class notes, complete assigned readings, and study for quizzes and exams (your review for the exams should begin about two weeks before any scheduled exam). If you find that you need a lot more than 6 hours per week to complete the required work, you should make an appointment with me or the TA to talk about your study strategies and how you can make them more efficient. Important: Readings must
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 1102 taught by Professor Reid during the Spring '08 term at Appalachian State.

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WCII Course Calendar, sec 124, Spring 2008 Revised Feb 3 -...

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