Talk:World History Homework Six

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Mr Schlafly, this is a very unusual piece of homework. There doesn't seem to be much point in writing down what percentage of words we know, as you can't check whether or not we are fabricating results. It also isn't testing us on anything in Lecture Six - as the Study Guide is compiled through homework assignments, we will be memorising Study Guide terms from last year and thus aw we are unable to add to the Guide, our knowledge of any terms relating to this year's Lecture will not be tested. Can we please return to the format of questions which specifically relate to the Lecture? Otherwise, with no testing and no ability to add to the Study Guide, there is no means of testing out knowledge and not even an incentive to read the Lecture.

Many thanks,

RexBanner 15:05, 13 October 2011 (EDT)