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Note: To better identify your class, I added between brackets the year when you entered university.See first an Overview of re-examination results as of May 2009
Intro Teo Text 1.1Re-exam #9 for LRE-3+ (2005).
Academic Essay 1.1Re-exam #2 for LRE-1 (2008).
Re-exam # 3 for LRE-3 (2006)
Academic Essay 1.2 (Argumentative)Exam for LRE-1 (2008).
Re-exam#4 for LRE-2 (2007)
Brit.Lit. Augustan 1.2First exam for LRE-1 (2008).
Brit.Lit. Victorian 2.1Re-exam #7 for LRE-3+ (2005) corrected 1 July 2009Brit.Lit. Modernism 2.2
Exam #1 for LRE-2 (2007)LEC _ Verb 2.2
Re-ex #8 for LRE-3+ (2005) added 1 July 2009
Re-ex #7 for LRE4+ (2004) added 1 July 2009Seminar grades for LRE-2Technical English 2.2
Seminar grades for LMA-2
Grades for LMA-2 and
a list of important Observations and Notes, as well as a Top of Best and Worst Papers.
Postmodernism 3.2All grades LRE-3, first exam (pdf format)Postcolonial Studies 3.1
Embarassing errors to be corrected on the forum. Since these are public errors, you will have to correct them before I insert your grades into the catalogues.
Re-exam #5 for LRE-3+ (2005).Re-exam #5 for LRE-3+ (2005)American Modernism 3.1
Re-exam #6 for LRE-3+ (2005)Istoria socio-culturala a lit. engleze 3.1
Re-exam #3 for LMA-3 (2006)
Grading forum activity followed the same principles as grading seminar activity. The only difference is that you did not ge an automatic point for presence.
Unlike some of you might think, one post is NOT equal to one point. (I sense that many of you have tried to artificially multiply your posts, bu splitting them into many parts. Sorry, it did not work!)
Points were attributed as follows:
- One regular significat intervention = 1 pt
- One intervention that does not bring new information = 0,5 pt
- Repetitive intervention, approval ("Yes, Corina, you're right"), exclamatory enthusiasm = 0,1 pt
- Highly original interventions, that advances significantly the discussion = 2 to 3 pt
- The maximum cumulated score per thread (=book, poem, or suject discussed) = max. 8 pt