questions based on your reading, writing
Answer the following questions based on your reading, writing the at least minimum words specific to each question. Your written responses should be at least 400 words total. Number your responses, but do not restate the question. Provide list of outside resources applicable, but do not include in the word count. Each question is worth 12 points.
1. (50 words minimum) What are the main points of this reading or interview? Focus on concepts, ideas, and themes, but also consider individual facts that were interesting to you. A bulleted list is OK, but make sure it is grammatically correct.
2. (150 words minimum) Answer one or more of the following, and be prepared to bring it up and discuss it in class.
a. Was anything unclear or confusing to you?
b. What was new to you, and how did it change the way you think about or perceive things?
c. Was there anything you would like to explore further or find out more about as we discuss items in class?
3. (150 words minimum) Describe at least one direct connection between the reading or interview and current topics from outside class (news stories you’ve seen, current research, etc.). You should actively look up items and be prepared to discuss them in class.
Alternatively, give at least one specific example of an aspect or experience in your personal life that is directly related to the reading or interview. This could be a course you’ve had, personal experience with military or first responders, or something similar that you are prepared to discuss in class.
This assignment is based off Chapter 1 from the book and the PowerPoint attached. Here is the link to the book