Comments Off on Next Week’s Classes (and Homework)
Unfortunately, due to unchangeable prior commitments that I made before the last-minute schedule change that made me your teacher for this class, I am unable to teach on the evening of March 11th and 13th. We will have a make-up class later on this month.
However, I am going to assign you with some homework for next week. The homework is in two parts.
In two weeks, when we next meet (ie. on the evening of Tuesday, March 18th) we will be doing an introductory exercise which is designed to help you get to know classmates outside of your group. The point of the exercise is to “talk yourself up” to others — to present yourself as an interesting conversation partner and an interesting person. So spend some time thinking about which of your qualities, or which facts about you, are the most interesting.
I will discuss this homework more during our class on the evening of March 6th. See you there!
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