Outdoor Literature


Study Guide for the Mid-course Test






Use the following to help study for the mid-course test:


Study over the quizzes. I've indicated the correct responses on the quizzes that I handed back. For the mid-course test, I will use some questions - or similar questions - from the quizzes. Other questions will come from the lectures and readings (below).


Study the lectures notes. Here are links to lecture notes in the first half of the class. I will have questions from each of these:

After you have reviewed the lecture notes above, check the following and make sure you can answer questions about the following:

Know the names of the authors and the titles of their works.


Review the readings Have a good idea of what happens in each reading.  The best way to study the readings is to write brief notes in margins. Writing it down helps you remember and makes it much easier to review.

As you look over the readings, get a feel for how the author writes.  For example, who is the author of the following quote: 


"I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of a man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor."

And the answer would be?   








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