Preparation for the midterm exam on Wed., March 8

It is definitely not too early to start preparing for your midterm exam on March 8. It will be an open-note, written exam with multiple choice, true/false, and short answer questions, along with a few short essay questions at the end to make sure you can briefly discuss some topics. It will be timed – you will have one hour to complete it. There’s a lot of material we have covered so far, so you don’t want to be randomly searching through handouts too often when the clock is ticking.

Start reading and reviewing now so you are familiar with the material and know which handout to search if you get stumped.

HINT: Many of the topics are thoroughly discussed and give multiple examples and details, but the materials and concepts I really want you to know are usually in bold-face type or in italics. So start there.

That said, here is a study sheet to help you narrow things down:

Photojournalism midterm exam study sheet

The links to the handouts and presentations are spread out over different posts on the web site, so I will list direct links to them here:

If you want to view the videos from the presentations, you’ll have to find the post here on the website related to the topic, however.

If you haven’t read the handouts/study materials, do it now, even before you look at the study sheet. You should download them because you will probably need them for your exam. You can print them out or save them to a personal device and bring them to class, or you can download them and save them to a cloud account (like Drive or Dropbox) and pull them up on the computers in the classroom. It’s up to you.

Let me know if you have any questions.

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One Response to Preparation for the midterm exam on Wed., March 8

  1. Pingback: Final exam on Wed (5/3) at 5:30 p.m. | Journalism 3333: Photojournalism

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