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History since the 1500s Professor Agnew HIST 1011 Last week of Classes April 27-29

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History since the 1500s Professor Agnew HIST 1011 Last week of Classes April 27-29 HIST1011

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History since the 1500s
Hugh Agnew
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be narrower and the will be only from the material from the midterm till now He goes on to describe the nal exam Think about the outline of the essays before you write them It would be helpful to bring in material from the rst unit 2 hour test ID questions Can be people or concepts Now the world Nationalism It will be one ID question Don39t worry so much about the dates and space if you can39t do exact time frame its okay use time frames maybe ESSAY QUESTIONS If he says compare and contrast make sure you do both Always take in the context and the in uence of that century There many be some questions with quotations in it Make sure that your answers are dense of facts and real answers Be speci c as possible HOW TO STUDY Don39t try to read all of the chapters Use the textbook questions and study those discussion questions Break up your studying and study different parts and different themes on different days Go back through the lists of the documents Make a reference to a primary source document into your essay question Break up your studying for all of your different tests Do the course evals online


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