Paper instruction : This is a meta-exam, in which you will be creating a final
Paper instruction : This is a meta-exam, in which you will be creating a final exam for a future hypothetical Women in Literature before 1900 class. Using the template below, build an exam that would allow a student to show that they had read and understood the material, and could be capable of making connections. For Section I, create a list of twenty terms. Then, in a well-thought out paragraph, explain why you have chosen these terms. Why would you expect second-year students in this class to know these terms by the end of the semester? What would you hope to see from them? For Section II, choose ten short passages from our texts. Then, in two-three paragraphs, explain why you have chosen these passages. Do they speak to specific themes in the course that you would expect students to be able to recognize? Do they correspond to useful thematic or theoretical issues we have discussed in class? For Section III, create five essay questions, Then, in a five-paragraph essay, explain why you have chosen these questions. What would you expect to see in answers? Why would these questions be helpful in allowing students to show their understanding? How are these questions both broad enough to give students some scope, and narrow enough to make sure that the students can prove their knowledge?

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