[Milton-L] teaching practices

laurie johnson laurie.johnson1 at comcast.net
Fri Feb 20 13:17:09 EST 2004

teaching practicesI think (having done this just last week) that writing "19" in front of a date is a throw back to the habit of writing "19" in front of the year, something we were all doing until just 4 years ago. I don't know about, but I name three files "Jan 1994," "Feb 1994," and "March 1994." So, it may have just been one of those slips. I think half credit seems fair. 

----- 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.


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