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We have readings that are about 20 pages each week. Do yourself a favor and avoid this class if you can. However, blocking some types of cookies may impact your experience of the site and the services we are able to offer. Monotone guidde, knows his material very well, powerpoints are very wordy. It is an unfair class and not worth the stress.
A November 30,7: A April 28, He basically does nothing, only TA takes part of discussions. Salaryy has the most boring and monotone voices I have ever heard. But if you think you know everything about sports stats, players, teams it aint going to help you in this class. His feedback is not helpful, and he doesn’t really help students to learn in this course! Additionally, he assigns an unfair amount of work, especially for a level class. The professor spends a lot of time talking about non-sports related topics.
I got a on the first exam because everything is straight from the slides and readings.
There’s a midterm and final, 25 multiple choice and a take home 3 page essay due on the day of the exam. January 20,8: Thomas also has a very know-it-all, snobbish attitude. However, xalary spent several lectures arguing with him over student-selected theses because he insisted there was only one correct one. B May 20,9: Strongly agree with others comment!
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slaary The dumbest thing is that every group presents the same article. Even if he suggests otherwise, your grade will always be subjective to what he thinks the article’s main thesis or argument is which grade-wise means is RISKY.
As every person has a different perspective on each article sometimes, the grading is based on what Thomas thinks is right. There is no need to go to actual lecture because the slides are online and everything on the test is straight off on the slides.
This class is stupid and tedious. It’s not as interesting as you think it will be.
Do not take if you are diiamondback a kinesiology major. Review the slides you will be in great shape. The main problem, however, is the grading.
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Every week the students must read a page article, half of which are not easy to read and comprehend, and make a powerpoint on the authors thesis. I would go as far as to say that Dr. Almost everybody brings their laptop and if you forget yours then may sakary bless your soul. I was fortunate enough to have a good one, but if you sense your TA will be a difficult grader, drop this course.
Like previous reviews said, it’s more of a literature class where you have to analyze every article and make powerpoints on the: I would suggest that unless you are a KNES major, do not take this class. If you look over the slides and take notes on them it’s easy to do well on the exams. First of all, the class is improperly named.
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Thomas has obviously changed. Good class, hopefully it stays the same way in the future. Instead of being what I thought would be an interesting class, this has turned out to be a very time-consuming, stressful, pointless class.
Most of your grade for this class depends on your TA.