Thanks to everyone who came to the final review session(s)! I hope to look through your answers this weekend and will post some of the top questions if time permits.
Final review 3:30 at red bleachers outside ground level of humanities building.
I hope everyone is having a great final week of classes. Remember to repeat “I can I can I can, I will I will I will” (preferably to yourself) before every exam and essay during this last stretch!
As those of you who were in class yesterday recall, a peer-led mass mobilization successfully demanded/gave input expressing a desire for a final paper extension.
Though the output of this movement was the concession being granted, the outcome of your final paper is entirely up to you. I want to see some beautiful masterpieces on Monday!!
In other class news….
Thanks! Just want to make sure we are all on the same page at such a critical time in the semester. As always, write me if you have any questions or concerns.
All my best,
Crash Course History #1 : The Agricultural Revolution
Final papers due + final exam review / movie party in class this Wednesday.
For those students who have not presented, Tomorrow is your final chance to take five minutes or less to sell us your paper.
Please watch this and as many Hans Rosling TED talks before our next class (5/1) so that we can have presentations and still tackle the last concepts/chapters.
Please remember that this Wednesday our class will not meet in SW105 as usual but instead we will attend the speech being held at Technical Center (TC) Building, Room 231. Click below to learn more about this and other extra credit opportunities.
Includes presenter line-up and basic information about the presentations to be conducted during week 14. As always, feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.