Interesting Sif,Originally posted by sif not 99
doing a question on historiography is the way to score highly....
what i mean is do a question on why something is being written in the way that it is rather than a question like what extent such and such happened and then use historiography to back it up. You can do a what extent question, I did but it cost me getting 40/40 only got 39/40 because really i understand NOW that the course is about history writting rather than what has happened like the 2unit course is about
hey, this is trippy. i did ext by distance ed as well. this would mean that u were in the same distance ed class as me at camden haven and i didnt even know it! weirrrrrrrd. hahaha, how ironic. this info wouldve been so helpful say BEFORE the exams! u couldve helped me! oh well.Originally posted by Arch-man
My teacher dictated what we did for our case study, because I did it by distance ed.
We only had 2 courses he would be willing to teach, Tacitus and the Julio-Claudians, and The Historicity of Jesus Christ. I would have preferred to do the latter as there is A TON of info on it, and the debates are very intense.