[Based on the note on reading posted to Announcements page on 15 Sept 2014.
Reminder: this is not for marks, just for feedback, i.e., I will read what
you wrote and mark it to indicate that either it looked good or I had
problems with some parts of it. Only one `homework' per student per class
meeting (handed in at reaction questions time). Since it doesn't count
for marks, it is ok for groups of people to work on a particular paper together
at a time -- think of it as similar to a study group doing review for the
final exam. The paper covered by the homework can be the paper whose
reaction paper was due the day the homework was handed in or any of the
assigned readings that came before that day. Since there are only 7
classes left counting Tuesday 11 Nov 2014, prioritize and work together
- Title of reading chosen:
- Name of class member to return comments to:
- Reminder: only answer the questions you want to double check and/or
want feedback on.
- What is the author claiming to do in this reading?
- What does the author actually accomplish in this reading?
- How can this be applied to a task you are interesed in?
- List the technical terms introduced in the paper along with a very
short definition (use your own words, don't just copy definitions from paper).
- What are the role of the examples in the reading?
- Did you find any mistakes (typos?) in the examples in the reading?
- Can you create alternative examples to illustrate the same point?
- Of the other readings covered so far, which one do you think has the
most significant connection to this reading? What is that connection?