- either i give a good calculus lecture and a poor analysιs lecture,

- or i give a poor calculus lecture but a decent analysιs lecture.

i have a feeling that half of them are bored and the other half are panicked. several students already dropped my analysιs course. i know this is not an honors analysιs course. i'm going slow, covering almost all of the details. in case students aren't fast at taking notes, i am erasing at a slow pace, and adding delays,

.. for instance, by explaining the motivation for the theorem or what to expect in the proof.then again, there are other issues. today a student was confused at why, to prove

*-(P → Q)*, that we were proving

*P ^ -Q*.

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Being a one-hit wonder would mean that once, early in your career, you gave a good lecture - and you'll never be able to do it again.

I'm positive it's not

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