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January 20, 2020

Figuring out dates for clemency class presentations

As mentioned in class and in this post, this week everyone should be prepared to share their (tentative) plans for their class presentation.  In turn, it is now time to start figuring out a (tentative) schedule for these presentations.  If we want to schedule 3 or 4 presentations per week, we will need four class sessions to fit all 14 class presentation in during the normal class time.  In order to be able to cancel at least the last scheduled class (April 14) AND because we have a guest speaker scheduled on March 31, we have the following viable Tuesday presentation dates during the second part of the semester:

  • Feb 25
  • March 3
  • March 17
  • March 24
  • April 7 (alternative if needed)

Because March 3 is the week before Spring Break and some of you might have assignments due in other classes around that time, I would be open to cancelling the March 3 class to provide for April 7 class as an alternative presentation date.  (We can make other class time adjustments if it is especially convenient for more than 4 people to present on a particular date, or we could even consider adding a "presentation lunch date" on a Friday if that might work better for some presenters.)

So, at your relative convenience, please send me via email at least two dates that you think would be best for you to do your class presentation.

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