kitchen table math, the sequel: advice from William J. Kerrigan

Thursday, September 20, 2007

advice from William J. Kerrigan

concerned left this in a Comment:

"You don't go to school to learn to be vague and inaccurate, you know; you could learn that anywhere.

When you go into your other college courses, study before each class; always turn your work in on time; make one statement or ask one serious question in class every day; cooperate with your instructor; and you'll succeed in those classes as you have in this one."

Review: Glenn Matott
College Composition and Communication, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Feb., 1977), pp. 69-71

This calls to min WJK's exhortation on the subject of learning calligraphy.

It's grand.

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