(Part I; Part II) Last Updated: 1/10/2005


1) Learning is an endless process. This exam does not assume that you know everything, and that's why you are given a lot of choices. However, before you make the choices, make sure that you read ALL the questions so that you will be able to learn from the others' answers in the last class.
2) Altogether you should answer three questions (Part I --must answer 40%; Part II--2 questions, 30% each). In principle, do NOT repeat in your choice of examples for analysis.
3) You can choose to answer one question orally with your group, and write the other two questions by yourselves. On your answer sheet, please give an outline of your part of the group's answer for double-checking. You can also choose to answer all the three questions by yourselves. In this case, you may be asked to present your answers in class.
4) Don't forget to write down the questions and their numbers before you answer them.
5) There is an abundance of resources and ideas on your textbook, on Internet and around you for you to read and think over, to organize and express. Do NOT, however, plagiarize. Enjoy learning from others and expressing yourselves!