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Party time! Excellent! February 19, 2010

Posted by phoenixaeon in BtVS, Children's Literature, EA300, OU, TMA03, TMA04.
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So I received the result for TM04 this morning. *SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE* I shall direct you to the post for the TMA03 result, as it was exactly the same! Again, the words chuffed and mintballs come into play here, along with a Snoopy dance:

Well, that is my celebration done. Back to the grindstone.

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1. John Hughes - February 20, 2010

Nice one Ally! So that’s another 90% – I could do with a couple of those myself 🙂 Very well done!

phoenixaeon - February 20, 2010

Why, thank you 😀 How’s A363 going?

John Hughes - February 21, 2010

It’s going well, thanks. Just sent TMA4 in this week, it’s a proposal for the ECA so there’s no mark as such you just get a pass or a fail (failure means you fail the course). I’m doing fiction for the ECA – 4000 words of the stuff. Only two more TMAs left and then the ECA (TMA6 is actually 1000 words of the ECA story). I’ve read all of the coursebook now, so just need to write two good stories. I’ll probably be needing some feedback on them when I get them written, so if you’re not too busy with your own coursework at the time … 🙂

phoenixaeon - February 21, 2010

Aye, sure. I’ve just started all the reading for TMA05: analysing a picture book. I sat down and worked out a schedule for it, writing down what I needed to do and the time allotted to the activities in the course book – it all came to about 28 hours of work. And then I found all the ‘extra reading’ that had been included on the course resources on the course website. Holy Heck. I think I used the equivalent to a small wood in the paper I used to print out the critical essays! So I’ve got about two weeks of solid study and attempting the TMA coming up. I want to get a little ahead as they’ve only left us four weeks to do the 4000 words ECA, and it’s not a course that is short on reading!

But I’ll have a little bit of time… I need something else to do whilst doing the TMAs to allow ideas to flow and for my brain to recoup!


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