Wednesday, April 13, 2005

FINAL EXAM STUDY GROUP

An open peer-study group on Friday at noon, in the students' lounge (with the ping-pong tables), for all ENGL-101 students.Friday: 12 pm. Bring your notes, discussion time. Let's figure out the best plan of attack for this final. All who can make it, bring others from the class as well.

[Nb: This is an excellent effort -- I commend you all highly. As I've said repeatedly, this class does credit to SFU's academic tradition. I've learned much from you this term. S.O.]

7 comments:

Brent said...

Wish I could come but I'm obligated to work...

Anonymous said...

If any of the blogging groups would like to post a comprehensive list of vocabulary on one of their blogs, that would be greatly appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Steven, could you please post what was discussed in the study session for all of us who have exams or work on Fri. afternoon. Thanks in advance.

Anonymous said...

Steven,

For all those who would like to attend the study session but are unable to, due to other exams or work, could you please post what is discussed so that we may all do well on this final. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Are people referring to professor Stephen, or student Steven?

Anonymous said...

Gosh!I am so frustrated now!I just saw this message, and it's 2-00 o'clock now. I hope it'll not be too late by the time i get there!Oh god!I don't wanna miss it!

xcentrik9 said...

Hey all:

OK, all we really did was discuss the themes out of the novels, how they can relate to one another.

We didn't find many other terms outside of the lecture notes.

So, if you're stressed out that you missed, don't worry. You didn't miss too much. It was essentially a discussion amongst 6 or 7 people about the books, nothing really new, just helping us reinforce the fact that we pretty much know all there is to know about these books.

Good luck tomorrow morning!