Who did What?

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"Your professor already knows what's in the assigned readings. Unlike high school, where you got credit for proving to your teacher that you actually did the assigned readings, in college, the assigned readings are not nearly important as what you do with them"

In high school, I remember being so nervous if I didn't finish an assigned reading because I feared not knowing who exactly did what in the novel when I was called upon by the teacher. I like that now what I read is for my benefit and how I apply it to my homework and papers. Now, we're focused more on higher level thinking, whereas in high school, it was all about memorization.


I'm glad to know that you're aware of the difference, Richelle.

Do remember to post a link from your blog entry back to the assignment page on the course website.

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