[Milton-L] teaching practices

James W. Broaddus grylle at dscisp.com
Fri Feb 20 13:30:50 EST 2004

teaching practicesHe/she just just got confused in the heat of the test.If you don't give him/her full credit, he/she will never forgive you. If you do give him/her full credit, he/she will realize that you are a decent human being.  

I have never forgiven Miss Curtis for marking my answer, "William C. Bryant," wrong. The "correct" answer was "William Cullen Bryant. That was in the 7th grade in 1941.

Jim Broaddus
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Duran, Angelica 
  To: John Milton Discussion List 
  Sent: Friday, February 20, 2004 12:48 PM
  Subject: [Milton-L] teaching practices

  Hello, scholars, 

  I remember a professor I respected once mentioning what he did in cases like the one I am about to decribe.  I cannot remember his practice.  So, I ask for your advice.  A student just turned in a midterm exam, part of which requires students to identify the composition, publication, or performance date of a number of Milton's texts.  This student wrote in answers which correctly identified the decade and year but not the century: for example, "Lycidas" 1937.  What to do? Partial credit or no credit.  While I will ultimately have to decide, I value your opinions.


  Angelica Duran 
  Assistant Professor 
  English Department 
  Purdue University 
  500 Oval Drive 
  West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-2048 
  (765) 496-3957, phone 
  (765) 494-3780, fax 
  <aduran at sla.purdue.edu> 


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