Class structure wednesdayfriday dr jordan lectures

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CLASS STRUCTURE Wednesday/Friday: Dr. Jordan Lectures Attendance expected Participation invited Teaching Fellow guest lectures Outside guest lecturers – Doug Glanville, Marisa Nightingale Monday: Small Group Recitations with Teaching Fellows Participation and Attendance expected Readings should be completed prior to class Student Led Discussions
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TA Responsibilities Lead weekly recitation Prepare study guides for exams Prepare exam questions Meet with students about questions or concerns Work with students on student-led discussions and capstone projects Grade exams, SLDs, and projects Act as liaison between students & professor
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My Responsibilities o Provide overview of the field o Connect theory to practice o Introduce major streams of effects research o Assess knowledge and learning o Provide opportunity to ask your own questions and explore your own interests (SLD, capstone project) o Be available to you to talk about the class, the field, and your long-term interests
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Your Responsibilities o Come to class o Come prepared (do your readings) o Contribute to class discussion o Help us learn your name, interests o Stay on top of exams and projects; contact us early if you have questions or concerns o Provide constructive feedback (we will ask for a mid-semester evaluation)
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Laptop Policy o You may use laptops for note taking, but please
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  • Winter '17
  • Jacob Clifford
  • Rhetoric

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