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St. Michael's College Courses
Reid Locklin

SMC103Y1 December 3, 2009 How do I answer a question well? Every question will ask you to speak to a passage or term with some understanding of context and some understanding of development of ideas. This is what it’s responding to, this is what it’s related to, this is when it occurred. How do I get context? Think about how you situate it within some grand narratives, the whole of the development we’ve been studying. The syllabus helps identify these more whole ideas through titles for each set of readings per week. Reading guides fill out a greater detail on key terms. Lecture minutes give a narrative of what has been happening. The Hughes text gives a context for the material as well. Essay Questions The essay questions will be the broadest questions to be addressed. You will be studying for term and passage identifications to help answer these more open ended questions. They will ask to trace a particular development that is treated in some detail in lectures, and in primary and secondary readings. On each reading guide, there is a section of For Your Reflection, and each of those questio
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