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'''Read the lecture.'''
 
'''Read the lecture.'''
  
Then quiz yourself on a few of the terms '''on each page''' of the Study Guide.  Write down an approximation of the percentage that you know (such as "10%): ____
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Then quiz yourself on a few of the terms '''on each page''' of the Study Guide.   
  
'''Then study all the terms in the Study Guide'''
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Write down the approximate percentage of terms that you know correctly (such as "10%"): ____
  
Then quiz yourself on ''all'' the terms in the Study Guide.  Write down an approximation of the percentage that you could then answer mostly correct (such as "40%"): ____
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'''Then study all the terms in the Study Guide'''
  
Study and quiz yourself for as much time as you have.  Write down the highest percentage that you could then answer mostly correct (based on a sample of the questions on each page): ____
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Then quiz yourself on ''all'' the terms in the Study Guide.  Write down the approximate percentage of terms that you knew (for the most part - you don't have to know every detail about a term to earn credit for it): ____
  
Write down which page was the easiest for you: ____, and which page was the most difficult for you:  _____.
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Study and quiz yourself for as much time as you have.  Write down the highest percentage that you know (based on a sample of the questions on each page): ____
  
'''''Next week there will be a competition in class about who (or which team) knows the most'''''.
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'''''Next week there will be a [[competition]] in class about who (or which team) can explain the meaning of the most terms (like a "spelling bee")'''''.
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[[Category:World History lectures]]
 
[[Category:World History lectures]]

Latest revision as of 07:16, 15 April 2013

World History Homework Six
Instructor: Andy Schlafly

Read the lecture.

Then quiz yourself on a few of the terms on each page of the Study Guide.

Write down the approximate percentage of terms that you know correctly (such as "10%"): ____

Then study all the terms in the Study Guide

Then quiz yourself on all the terms in the Study Guide. Write down the approximate percentage of terms that you knew (for the most part - you don't have to know every detail about a term to earn credit for it): ____

Study and quiz yourself for as much time as you have. Write down the highest percentage that you know (based on a sample of the questions on each page): ____

Next week there will be a competition in class about who (or which team) can explain the meaning of the most terms (like a "spelling bee").