“NO WAY,” Frannie squealed, staring at her final grade in History and Philosophy of Science. “How could he give me a C? I described every historical event we read.”
“That’s the problem, Frannie,” Katie explained. Dr. Miller didn’t ask us to describe the events. “He asked us to describe how a historical event influenced a future scientific development. Remember that reading and remembering aren’t enough at this point. Our professors want us to use what we learn.”
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