|Geoffrey on Rushdie Affair|
|Heather Faircloth on Final Exam time|
|Geoffrey Broadhead on Final Exam time|
|Linda Bruner on Final Exam time|
|Johanna Schafer on Final Exam time|
An archived version of a 2007 NCSU course blog
Goals of the assignment:
The first part of the weekly assignment is to ask a question about the reading for this week — a real question; i.e., something you don’t know the answer to. Ask a question that your classmates can answer quickly. Questions are due before class (which starts at 4:30pm) on Tuesday. Post your question to the blog.
The second part of the weekly assignment is to answer someone’s question (not your own; claim dibs in the comments to the question). You must cite at least one authoritative source. Answers, unlike questions, can be as long as you like. Answers are due before class (which starts at 4:30pm) on Thursday. Post your answer in comments.
Note that you’ll be asking a question about Tuesday’s reading every week, and you will not be asking questions about Thursday’s reading.
Good research questions include these: