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Syllabi, handouts, and related materials created by Grinnell College faculty for courses at Grinnell.

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Stone, John David.
The first year tutorial, taken in the fall semester, is Grinnell College's only general academic course requirement. The college intends the tutorial to assist students in further developing their critical thinking skills and in improving their written and oral communication skills. Each of the tutorials offered in a given fall semester is based around a particular subject matter, which provides the vehicle by which the above goals are accomplished.

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Strauber, Susan Elizabeth, 1949-
The first year tutorial, taken in the fall semester, is Grinnell College's only general academic course requirement. The college intends the tutorial to assist students in further developing their critical thinking skills and in improving their written and oral communication skills. Each of the tutorials offered in a given fall semester is based around a particular subject matter, which provides the vehicle by which the above goals are accomplished. Explores what is meant by the modern word.

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Vetter, Roger R., 1951-
The first year tutorial, taken in the fall semester, is Grinnell College's only general academic course requirement. The college intends the tutorial to assist students in further developing their critical thinking skills and in improving their written and oral communication skills. Each of the tutorials offered in a given fall semester is based around a particular subject matter, which provides the vehicle by which the above goals are accomplished.

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Walker, Henry M., 1947-
The first year tutorial, taken in the fall semester, is Grinnell College's only general academic course requirement. The college intends the tutorial to assist students in further developing their critical thinking skills and in improving their written and oral communication skills. Each of the tutorials offered in a given fall semester is based around a particular subject matter, which provides the vehicle by which the above goals are accomplished. Uses the exploration of issues around artificial intelligence and computing in general

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Whittaker, John C. ǂq (John Charles), 1953-
The first year tutorial, taken in the fall semester, is Grinnell College's only general academic course requirement. The college intends the tutorial to assist students in further developing their critical thinking skills and in improving their written and oral communication skills. Each of the tutorials offered in a given fall semester is based around a particular subject matter, which provides the vehicle by which the above goals are accomplished. Modern popular culture is seeing a revival of interest in primitive skills. Practical experience; reading and writing will be applied to the the exploration of primitive.

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Yoder, Brooke
The catalog for an exhibition by the same name highlighting the timeline of theTutorial at Grinnell.

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gibel Mevorach, Katya, 1952-
Race thinking dominates ways in which people in the United States differentiate groups of people from each other. This tutorial focuses on associations between color and culture in order to examine how racial meanings are constructed and made comprehensible as well as how they are routed through representations of class. Using a combination of texts -- academic articles, films, newspapers and advertisements -- we will explore representations of "whiteness," "blackness," and other "race-d" identities in the public arena. Throughout the semester we will interrogate the language, ideas and assumptions that give meaning to the different ways we perceive the world around us and through which we understand our individual experiences.

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A photograph of Ed Phillips seated with some of his tutorial students in Carnegie Hall.

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Tutorials offered during the Fall 2010 semester at Grinnell College.

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